Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity

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Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity contains graphic content and is intended for mature audiences.

Following his previous two cases, Adam begins to unravel a new mystery. This time, Adam comes to the aid of a painter that is besieged by a ghost. In his investigation, he learns more about the same cult and that it might be somehow connected to his missing sister. Through mortal danger, he reunites the painter with his departed wife but also attains a solid lead about his sister.

For the final case, Adam finds his sister, but also the leader of the cult which took her, leading to a confrontation. He narrowly avoids death and ends up in a strange world that seems to be completely morphed even though it resembles reality. Battling madness, he manages to find his way back to reality where he sees that he is about to get killed by the cultists and their powerful leader. Instead, his sister sacrifices time and Adam avoids danger but ends up trapped in a place outside of this world.

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  • OS: 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • Hard Drive: 897 MB

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Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 52.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this series! What an adventure! All the acting and characters are superb. The gameplay is smooth. The puzzles are on the easy side, but there's a variety, and I'll admit that I even skipped one where you slide bars back and forth to make a pathway. This game begins with act 3, so it's best to start with Adam Wolf: The Flames of Time before trying this one, even tho each act is complete in itself, and there are two acts to each game. Try the demo, and if you're not interested by the time the hour is over, then you're not out anything. I'm totally hooked and can hardly wait until the next installment.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity I have purchased this game,and I'am awaiting for the next adam wolf game.
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game Most of my reviews about the Adam Wolfe series are posted in the first one which basically are the same for this one. An excellent, fun but challenging game. This one has chapters 3 and 4 in it as the first one has chapter 1 and 2 but each chapter can stand on its own the common thread being his search for his sister. I found the game a total hoot and enjoyed the dialog, of which there is a lot as well as terrific animations and graphics. Not really sure the need for the dire warning in the beginning.
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very fast pace and you feel like your there There's fighting and shooting and the occult. Ghosts. Adam finds his sister. I love Adam's voice or the actor voice who portrays him Petar Jandric'.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb Game! The best game ever! Please make more like this game!
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This One Game Held My Attention to the Bitter/sweet End (of Eternity) Forgive me not editting more precisely. The stories in this series are really good, especially, especially, to me, the last. I have only played the first, third, and fourth, but I may be playing the second sometime soon.Fresh, original storylines that actually excite me, not just because they are creative and new; these ideas were well developed and they fascinate me - multidimensional flexable realities, better than ever. I loved the mind traveling through paintings. I loved even more the way reality had so many layers. I still like all the secret notes and scavaging through packs that don't belong to me, too. Characters too, were well made, intelligent, charming, and lbelievable, quite beautiful usually, for realistic cartoon (when I'd like them all to be photographic, myself) and voices were all soothing, pleasantly professional, as was music / background sound. And I am thankful for, of all things, the aesthetic appeal of the minigames, especially. This is important to me, because when my mind gets caught up in the joy of unraveling a (new or anew) logical rule system (in a quest for a talisman or piece of the puzzle) I really need the background to be a thing of beauty. I find the cursor to be more cleanly artistic and appealing than any I'd seen before, the game-piece-style circled hand. I enjoyed the usefulness of several permanent above inventory items, gps / jump-map, extra-sense eyesight (for visually appealing hop / sequencing activitie s) mfollowc d four story cards, cultic watch (mental time travel device from inside the story), handgun, & hint (15-90 secs). I would have enjoyed even more buttons on my phone. Why must I always borrow someone else's. Some of the story, including the very beginning where it stumped me, is introduced in story panels, 3 at a time, read or listen, click each one, x3, then click each panels key object from story sentance, not hidden but colours come out and game continues, easy ambiance enhancing graphic novel pages. I was glad there were only a few activities to do at a time, that I never had thirty-something things in my inventory and a map full of unfinishable statues / in unlockable traps / doors. There was enough to keep me investigative and active without overwhelming and boring me. Another thing I loved, that times and other details often needed to be memorized for near immediate use. Things were for seeing the other side of and turning over. Things were for going back iin time over. Layout was vivid and sureal, neat and tidy. Neat special affects. Nothing seemed not new. Everything made logical sense, without not surprising. Yet, it didn't leave me feeling clueless. Minigames were sometimes new! I think. Some were fun but easy. Others were neither too difficult (to me) nor easy. Wow! If only there had been more of those, a lot more. Some (not all) minigames / hops: 1. Compare differences between photo and present. 2. take pictures of astral activity and analyze them. includes paranormal info. 3.put paper clue together. 4. channel and cherrypick the lines of a hidden love letter as it is being written. 5. motorcycle relay 6.choose symbols from within a highly detailed collection of symbols. Nice writing here however morbid it is. 7.follow outlines with... writing instruments. more detailed work in second story was easier with touch screen. 8.follow specific sewer pipe to correct valve. 9.choose 3 symbols per word while listening to a cult poem. 10.find, complete, and use three syllouetted objects, and find, complete, and use several more (and more then) syllouetted objects, but patiently, as more work, was sometimes called for, just a little, not too much. 11.stop several clocks hands at (intuitively guessed?) correct times. 12.stop cross hairs in the green. 13.lovely, brightly lit, five styles hidden object puzzle, very easy (I think) 14. beautiful, wood-look line drawing, sliding panel wooden puzzle box. 15.match foreign scrawl cult symbols. 16.sliding painting panel puzzle, proper placing affects colour / light level. 17.follow 5part combination lock without pausing during each partial rotation. 18.an ingame interactive hop to collect the Book of Timelessness. flip through pages, find each talisman ingame to wake up the spirit living on each page who then gives a fortelling of fate. 19.place and spin 3 disks with differently coloured petals inside, line up petals to affect the colour of pill shaped connections between the disks exactly so. There are others. There is a lot (to me) of brief (at least) hand to hand combat. I wouldn't have thought of it. I would have liked more challenging minigames and less challenging ingame work even more, but this game was a real joy to play, very entertaining and good looking (maybe the sewers were dank and dismal). The hops were not difficult or too easy and were nice to look at. It is not too short or too long and is really really replayable content.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Great game. We need more! Fun and storyline was awesome.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic sequel This is one of the best new series I have played. It just sucks you in. Great game flow and very interesting. Very clear, realistic graphics, lots to do. I suggest you play the first installments first, otherwise it won't make sense to you. It is an ongoing story. I really hope there is much more to come. What a wonderful break from the usual princess, demons and fairy games. This is a supernatural detective story. I love the voiceovers and how the story is told. Thank you Mad Head for this refreshing new type of game. Please keep it coming
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from And now for something different... After playing Adam Wolfe-Flames of Time I had to buy this one immediately. The only drawback is it isn't a long game but it's so intense I didn't care. It's rare anymore that I can get totally immersed in a game but this series does it. Hoping for a third one. Again, looking for your sister by solving other people's problems, not a new idea, but an original game play. You have the occasional choice that changes your path a bit. I LOVE interactive games! It's a very dark game in mood, so if you like noir, you will like this. There is none of the "Oh, I have to rescue that child before she burns up...right after I find a screwdriver, a corkscrew, two ribbons...yeh. Hate those. All the searches and puzzles directly move you through. Did I mention I hope there are more one like this? Please please with sugar on it?
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~ADAM WOLFE 2 IS ANOTHER EPIC EDITION IN THIS SERIES!~~~ Adam Wolfe is an episodic hidden object adventure game created by Mad Head Games. It’s more “adventure” than “hidden object” and even though that is usually a big turn off for me, in this case things are completely different. Before getting to the review itself, it’s worth mentioning that the game has been released on multiple platforms in different ways. For us as Big Fish gamers it is available as two Standard Edition games: Adam Wolfe: Flames of Time and Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity. Adam Wolfe is not your regular guy – he’s that type of private investigator who specializes in investigations of the supernatural. Part of this is caused by the mysterious disappearance of his sister who still haunts his dreams every night. He knows she’s still alive and, after months of no progress with his investigation, he finally has a new lead. And his life is about to get a lot more complicated, as all sorts of supernatural creatures and unimaginable cults will get thrown into his life, resulting in incredible adventure after incredible adventure. There is a total of four different mysteries that you have to solve during the game. You can consider each a standalone episode, but they are all connected and lead to the inevitable conclusion. I really loved this approach and enjoyed the different mini-adventures, each with their own characters and mysteries. Although Adam Wolfe throws at you all the known tricks of regular casual games: like hidden object scenes, hints and HOPA mechanics, this is also a game that players who don’t really fancy playing hidden object games would love. This means that the focus is greater on the puzzles and adventure itself, while the hidden object scenes are few and far in between. But even the hidden object games come with new elements and manage to sometimes stay away from the regular list finds: I really enjoyed playing them, even though I wouldn’t have minded getting a bit more of those. They were really well done and with each new episode, their quality increased. The minigames and puzzles were fun to play as well. I found most of them fairly easy to complete, but I had a few where I ended up scratching my head and wondering what to do next. This is a great thing as I don’t like games that are insanely difficult, nor those that I cruise through like a hot knife through butter. An extremely important element – and definitely one of the game’s greatest strong points – is the high quality of its graphics and sound. The visuals are absolutely amazing, with the cinematic cut scenes delivering the wow factor like few hidden object puzzle adventures do. Attention was paid to details and everything in between. I never found anything to complain regarding the graphics and the amazing animations – and I usually find at least something to complain about. The sound is surprising too. Not only that the soundtrack is decent and never gets annoying, but the voice overs are absolutely amazing! With this game, you’re getting AAA voice over from talented actors – again, something that you rarely see in such games. Kudos to Mad Head Games for investing tons of time in all areas of the game! What Adam Wolfe manages to deliver is a complete adventure, a skillfully brewed potion of awesomeness, mixing smart storytelling with great game mechanics and topping them with eye candy visuals and great audio. It’s an intense adventure with horror elements (but without overdoing it), a beautiful game that manages to make you care about its characters and keeps you glued in front of the screen until you reach the final credits. All in all, Adam Wolfe is a must play game, both for fans of the genre, but also for those who don’t necessarily play this type of games in their spare time. And the best part about it is that each new episode is better than the previous so you’re always getting better and better content. Amazing!
Date published: 2017-03-07
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