Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage
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In this ghostly continuation of the Fear for Sale series, you've discovered that a luxury ocean liner bears an eerie resemblance to a ship of the same name that vanished years ago. Can you survive its next voyage?

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 778 MB

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Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage 4.2 5 18 18
Permission Granted To Board The S.S Virginia, Destination....1930! Recently there have been reports of several passengers who have boarded a mysterious cruiseliner that simply disappears into thin air. As an investigative Journalist, Emma Roberts knows she must board this Ghost Ship if she wants the story of a lifetime, hopefully she won't have to spend her lifetime on an Endless Voyage! This ship appears to be a replica of the S.S. Virginia, in Miami Florida, but this is no replica, this IS the S.S Virginia, the ship that went missing in the 1930's! One minute the ship looks pristine, the next a bucket of rust, beautiful flowers wilt within seconds, seagulls fly right through the ships walls, as if it weren't even there! To complicate matters, there has been a murder on board, Now may be the perfect time to "jump ship" because this cruise may be deadly! Personally, I liked the Collectors Edition better because you begin the game as a simple Reporter, and advance up the ranks from Investigative Journalist to Special Correspondent. Every inventory item you find, every collection found and Morphing "seer" objects you spot, will net you points, you will even receive points for completing Hidden Object Puzzles and Mini Games. As the points add up, so does your ranking, you can even replay the game to get a better score, or challenge a friend. The Collectors Edition also has 34 Morphing Objects to spot, and several Collections available within different categories, such as Lady Collectibles, Captain and Musician Collectibles and Postcards. The map will indicate that all Collectible and Morphs have been found in each location, with a gold star above that area. Either Edition has Plus Sign Inventory items requiring further interaction before that item can be used such as combining two inventory items together or repairing the item. The Hidden Object Scenes are very interactive and extremely well done. Some are progressive, silhouettes, requiring you to find the first item that matches the silhouetted shape shown, and then using that item in the scene to collect the next item and so forth. There are also interactive list finds, and smaller HOP's within zoomed in areas where you are tasked with finding 4 or 5 fragments. There is an optional Jigsaw Puzzle available in place of the HOP, which sounds appealing because all of the hidden object scenes are repeated at least once. The Mini Games seem fairly easy, at least within the demo, lighting the correct lights to duplicate the astrological sign as shown, or swapping tiles to their correct position to complete an image, by using arrows to rotate three different sets of tiles. The Collectors Edition has Wallpapers, Concept Art, Screensavers, Music, Achievements, Collectibles, Morphing Objects, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! May 1, 2015
Come Aboard and Sail Away .... to the Past? I knew almost immediately upon playing the demo that this was going to be not only a great game but that I would have to add it to my growing list of unplayed games - lol. The storyline is a fairly new one. In the 1930's, 3 people went missing when the ship, named Virginia, disappeared while at dock. Imagine ..... a storm .... fog enveloping the ship .... lightning .... a fierce wind ..... and then .... the Virginia disappears right before your eyes! It's now "present day" and another ship, named the Virginia, has docked at the same pier. Is it a duplicate in every way, including the name .... or could it be .... the SAME ship ????? OH MY!!!! Shades of the Bermuda Triangle!!! There are 4 difficulty modes: Casual, Normal, Hard (each shows you things like sparkles are on or off, how often your hint button recharges, etc.) and Custom (where there are several options you can change to suit your game play). Graphics are sharp and very realistic. Even down to the numbers on the clock at the pier. The music was not creepy at all .... more ...... quite lovely. That's the best I can do. I would normally have listened to it throughout the game play but I had a terrible ear ache today and ultimately turned it off. That actually disappointed me. Voice overs were extremely well done. I had no problems either hearing or understanding the various characters. There is a transportable map which shows your current location and where something needs to be done. There is a task list .... and you can work your way UP the ladder of journalist ranks by finding 8 items throughout the game. The tutorial offers you the choice of "full tutorial", "only on Special Features", or "No tutorial". HOGS (hidden object games): 26 - extremely interactive and quite fun. Mini Games - 28 - I found them a variety of easy peasy to .... hmmm .... THIS is going to take some patience and perseverance (of which I have neither). lol I think those at any level of experience would enjoy this game as there is certainly NO shortage of things to do as you move through the game play. It is high in entertainment value but not so "busy" that it takes away from the story. I very rarely give a game 5 stars but when I do it's a guaranteed purchase for me (I purchased the CE version). I was hooked very early into the demo. Join me in investigating the Virginia. Will we find answers or sail away to ..... the past? Enjoy! May 1, 2015
Excellent! This game had all of the best features. There were HOS but there were not so many as to become boring. They were varied and enjoyable. The puzzles were good. The gameplay was intuitive. I loved the artwork and the seafarers theme. Even the plot was interesting. It was really good. May 1, 2015
Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage SE Some reviews give many plot details. I'd rather just get the basics & learn the rest playing the game. What's helpful to know: -is there a choice of difficulty levels? [some older games don't have that option] -is there a jump map? -is the game mostly HO's or are there many puzzles? -can puzzles be skipped? -can the skip/hint recharge time be very short? Fear for Sale is HO focused & meets the other criteria in the questions above. Will play it again. October 9, 2015
Excellent Try this game! Other than a few middling complaints, I couldn't find anything wrong with it! 1. There were a few jarring places in the music, but lowering my speaker volume solved the issue for me. Overall, I thought the music to be a good accompaniment to the game. 2. Having to wait out the black screen between locations may have been due to my slow Internet connection. 3. I lost track of the story's logic. Not sure if it was just me or if something was left unexplained. There might have been some loose ends that needed tying up. The positive about that issue is that I cared about the story! 4. The whole game was about a chapter too long for me. The artwork in this game is outstanding, and there were enough HOS to keep me happy. They were all beautiful and clearly drawn, but quite challenging and not just seek and find. Each time an HOS was replayed, it involved a new challenge. A+ on those, guys! This is one I'll play again. July 15, 2015
An all around 5 star in my book Totally enjoyed this game. Excellent graphics, color and animations...even the voice-overs were good. Interesting storyline and smooth gameplay. HOS were interesting and at times a bit challenging with an option to do a puzzle if you didn't want to do the HOS or complete it. Mini puzzles were interesting, but I'm not a puzzle doer so I did skip some of them. Custom options allow you to refresh the skip and hint quickly which really helps in some cases. Transporter map was excellent! This was an SE so I imagine the CE may develop the ending a bit, but it ended well anyway. Definitely worth the money as it was a long game for a SE. Highly recommend if you enjoy HOS/Adventure games. January 1, 2016
Fabulous! Loved it Great hidden object scenes, great puzzles within the HOS, fab - going to buy all rest in the series now November 7, 2015
Now That was Some Great Gameplay The Fear for Sale series has just come up a notch or two, maybe even three!! The Endless Voyage episode had not only a great story but super-enjoyable puzzles and HO's. Many games have made their puzzles so obtuse that I usually skip them after frustrating time sadly spent. Not here! Also the Hidden Object play was well more than just finding items, some included many steps. All in all...WELL DONE June 11, 2016
And the Ship Sails On This is posted after playing the entire game. Darn good game from these great designers. I really enjoyed playing. The graphics are excellent. Very clear and the colors fantastic. Voice overs were also great as was the music. It went right along with what was happening at the time. I found the hidden objects pretty challenging. There are different types, from the list to silhouette, to interactive. Enough variety that I didn't get bored. If you don't want to do the hidden objects you can play a jigsaw puzzle. I didn't play it so you're on your own with that.The mini games.. were mini games. Some I did some I just skipped. Don't care for them anyway, but they will challenge you if you like to play them. There is no journal, but a task file you can check. Loved how quickly the hint and skip buttons filled. There's an interactive map that will take you where you want to go and show you where things are to be done. Even with that, I had to think quite a bit about the actions once I got there. The story had me from the beginning. It's a very good tale and the only disappointment I had was the ending. I just felt it could have been better. So much went on in the game, that just to close it, was a let down. I enjoyed this. Be sure to give the demo a try. I'm sure it will go on your buy list. May 3, 2015
Be Not Afraid! As reporter Emma, you are investigating a disappearing ocean liner. It picks up a passenger or two and vanishes from each port. You think you know where it will appear again and go to meet it. You manage to get on board and your adventure begins. You overhear a heated conversation and moments later a shot rings out. You rush to investigate. Soon the evidence of a murder is mounting and the ship is in danger. There are HOPs with a puzzle alternative and good mini-games. The artwork is well done, especially when the ship "decays." The VOs are also good, music changes from scene to scene, and the background sounds are appropriate. Best of all, there is just enough story in the demo to hook you and keep you interested, but not so much that you think you know where the plot is going. I found the game a good length and the plot nicely done through the end. While not perfect, this game is still head and shoulders above some recent disappointments from older series. If you've enjoyed the Fear For Sale games in the past, please enjoy this new one. If you've missed out before, you need to try the Demo. May 2, 2015
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