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From ERS games comes the HOPA classic Grim Façade with another exciting case to solve! A masked vigilante calling himself the Avenger has the town of Coldstone in a death grip of fear, and you're called in by the mayor to investigate. His wife's been kidnapped, and there's a blacklist of potential targets for the Avenger's wrath. Can you stop him before he strikes again, or will you be crossing another name off the list?

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Grim Facade: Hidden Sins 4.1 5 22 22
Definite buy . . . but which? CE or SE? I wrote a review when the CE came out, and I bought the CE. I partially reproduce that review here and note differences. This review is based upon playing the CE for maybe 3 hours and then playing the demo of the SE for a few minutes. If I am looking at reviews when the CE has been out for a while and there?s an SE newly released, I want to know whether to buy the SE or the CE. Here, I think the CE is worth it. Negative is, I didn?t think the achievements and collectables were very interesting, and their banners stuck out into the far left of the screen, showing all the time. But other CE features?the ability to play games over again, the music, and a bonus chapter--were enough to sell me on the CE. The CE kept me up way past my bedtime. A detective is tracking down a vigilante who is terrorizing a town for past injustices. People on a ?blacklist? are dying. The detective must catch vigilante before the mayor of the town, who hired him and who is on the list, is killed. There?s a really interesting cat. The art is beautiful and the colors are nice. Even the little tokens that you pick up are cute. The black and white movies disbursed throughout added to the ambience. The music fits the story well (I particularly like ?Track 1,? which is the first one you hear when you start the game). This might be one reason to buy the CE, if you like to play music later. The HOS?s were good and the mini-games were very, very good. Play is seamless and natural. You can figure out what to do without having to hit the hint button all the time, but it is not easy, either. SPOILER IN THIS PARAGRAPH, but it explains the way I figured out how to do something. The whole concept for collecting thoughts was unique and interesting, but the act of actually catching them was kind of boring because I did have a bit of trouble finding them (they are invisible and floating in the air). At first I kept sliding the thought catcher thingy up and down and back and forth, covering the whole screen in a methodical fashion. I caught a couple that way. But I don?t think that?s the best way. What I ended up doing for the rest was, I put the thought catcher thingy in the middle of the screen and slid the mouse straight up and down slowly. This caught the thoughts as they cruised through the middle of the screen. There were riddles. How fun! The only jarring note in my whole playing experience (I?m still not to the end of the CE) was in the mayor?s introduction. OK, I can see why people on a blacklist may be important people, a who?s who of a town. The people in charge are those in the position to perpetrate injustices that a vigilante would want to avenge. But to say that the mayor lives in ?the nobility district?? Silly. Besides, since when is a mayor ?nobility?? But since that?s the only thing I could find wrong with the game, I agree with other reviewers that it is one of the best games of the year. You gotta try it. I am very pleased with my CE purchase. Definitely get one or the other. July 18, 2015
Exceptional I played the full version of the SE game and loved every minute. These developers for the Grim Facade games really provide adventurous and unexpected amusements. My first Grim Facade was Venice. I was so surprised at the momentum of the adventure that I have compared every game since to it. Thanks for a truly fun experience! The puzzles were quite good. I wish I had purchases the CE version so that I could play them all again. August 3, 2015
Hidden Sins, Secrets, Surprises & Ending Choice Awesome addition to the series, best yet. The characters, questions, graphics, storyline & choices were a great surprise & the best was the cat!!!! I loved the cat & his sharing lives & sense of humor, purrrfectly executed (puns intended) I wish I had gotten the CE version & I wanna replay to choose the different ending & some different choices but that will wait for now. The HOS were good, challenging but not overly so & the mini games were very challenging for the most part. I hate skipping mini games but I had to skip 2 of them (the chase & the bone puzzle) cuz it wasn't working out for me this time to get it right, BUT that's a good thing to have the games challenging instead of the same old easy cheesy stuff, so thank you!!! This is a great addition to the series & you won't guess who the masked avenger really is, very nice surprise February 11, 2016
find the masked vigilante there is a custom level and an interactive map. you have been summoned to coldstone to find the mayor's wife who has been taken. there are murders happening and they need to be stopped and the the list that the mayor found has both his and his wife's name on it along with others in the village. you chased down the masked person and it will surprise you at the end. great graphics and the HO scenes vary in what kind they are. they are fairly easy to spot the items. sometimes, though, you have to figure out what to do unless you read the skip help. sometimes you don't have that, though. sequel...i feel sure. there always has been so far. August 18, 2015
Awesome I loved this game, great story-line, great atmosphere, level of play just right for me. I love the Grim Facade series and this game certainly didn't disappoint me. July 21, 2015
ERS games have outdone themselves!! Exciting!! 5 second hint and skip in custom mode folks! An awesome fun game!! July 14, 2016
Favorite Grim Facade game Hidden Sins is my favorite of the Grim Facade games. Love the art style and the story line! July 16, 2016
Another Great Grim Facade! This is quickly becoming my favorite series. I love ERS graphics and they always have some pretty good puzzles. All in all a fun game that I have no real complaints about. I've played all the Grim Facade games and will be waiting eagerly for the next one. August 8, 2015
Really Unique Mini Games This game is the beginning of the future to HOS playing and seeming like an XBOX or PS3 or 4 game. There were so many mini games in this where you had to do many of the things you would in a console game. It had many of the same functions. I really liked that. One where you have to rock back and forth to get out of a trap upside down and then in another you had to beat a boss basically with crossbow, then another where you had to ride of a horse and shoot at a carriage in front of you. I was so frustrated but so surprised and happy with the game play. I am looking forward to more HOS having more mini games like this along with HOS scenes. Lets pump up the party developers, we are tired of just finding an object to go to a certain location, lets add much more challenge! This game did that and Im glad I bought it! BTW another thing that they are incorporating is decision making. For instance in the end of this game, you have to decide on the "should you or should you not"...if you play this to the end you'll see what I mean, I dont want to give it away, but I am loving the ability to choose like you would again in a console game and I like when you can choose what to say to a character as well. September 2, 2016
Consequences Of Corruption The discovery of energy producing crystals could benefit the citizens of Coldstone beyond imagination, but where there's power, there's always going to be corruption. The consequences of this political corruption is deadly, in fact, the who's who of Coldstone are being targeted by a man only known as "The Avenger" a masked vigilante who will stop at nothing to avenge his loved one's. The Mayor of this small town, Isaac Merel, has asked for your discretion while investigating the disappearance of his own wife Lisbeth. The Mayor has little information to offer, other than a blacklist he found with several names of the town's officials, including Lisbeth and himself! You soon find out it isn't a blacklist, it's a hit list, and no matter how hard you try, the Avenger is succeeding, one by one. What have these people done to deserve the Avengers wrath? I Beta tested this game a while back, and in my opinion, it's a good game, not a great game, but I seem to be one of the few reviewers who feel this way. The graphics are hand drawn and beautifully detailed , which is impressive when you think about all the talent involved. I prefer computer generated graphics with sharp lines, crisp resolutions and vivid colors that pop. Some reviewers have negatively commented on the subject matter of explicit scenes involving assassinations, and that's okay, personally it doesn't bother me, I didn't think any of the scenes depicted any more violence than other games with this type of storyline. With the hand drawn graphics and overabundance of pastel colors, it isn't even realistic. You will eventually come across a device that can read the memories of an area, things that have happened recently, with the help of the energy crystals and a quick Mini Game where you catch the memory fragments. You will also collect random coins that you find throughout the game, which comes in handy at the local street vendor. Some of the inventory items are complex items that require some type of interaction before using it such as combining that item with another inventory item. The Collector's Edition has 24 Achievements to earn and several Collectible Masks of different origins, which gives a brief description about each mask collected in the Collectibles icon. I think this edition gives you more bang for your buck. The Hidden Object Scenes were just okay, and I was really disappointed in the fact that the HO scenes are repeated in the same exact area. At least the second time around, the type of HOS is different, sometimes they are interactive list finds, sometimes you have to place items from the inventory bar into the scene, and there are also multiple finds such as finding 12 bats. The Mini Games are way too easy for my taste, I was able to complete each puzzle usually within less than a minute and on the first try. Swap figurines from left to right and right to left, sliding tiles along several paths until each color coded section forms a complete motif, Rotating tiles so that the 4 doves are all in the center of the board, nothing new and all are very quick and doable games. For Comparison, the Collector's Edition has 16 Collectible Masks, 24 Achievements, Movies, Music, Wallpapers, Screensavers, Concept Art, replayable Mini Games and Hidden Object Games, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! July 18, 2015
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