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Vendel Games proudly presents the next installment of the Spirit of Revenge series!

You’ve been called in to investigate a series of strange accidents at a school for girls. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a deadly turn as you uncover dark secrets and a malevolent spirit haunting the students! Can you save them in time, or will you become the spirit’s next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Revisit Wilford School in a hunt for an ancient artifact in the bonus game
  • Watch haunting video clips from the game
  • Collect figurines to learn more about the game characters
  • Get soundtracks, wallpaper, and concept art
  • Walk through the gameplay and puzzles with the Strategy Guide

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 982 MB

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Spirit of Revenge: A Test of Fire Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Puzzles should enhance I play a lot of games and lately I have noticed that the puzzles and "secrets" are just busy work to provide a challenge that has nothing to do with solving the actual mystery. It used to be that each puzzle provided a key to another level or puzzle that actually helped piece together the story. Now developers just make you find stuff just to find stuff. This story line is fine and the graphics are ok, the puzzles are a little more relevant, but still some plain busy work which doesn't enhance the story.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from CONJURING UP GHOSTS FROM SCHOOL DAYS PAST 4 CHAPTERS PLUS A BONUS CHAPTER – REVIEW BASED ON THE DEMO OVERVIEW: Megan, the “unfriendly” ghost, is out for revenge in this 3-star game. Since 1966, she has been “smoking up storm” in the hallways and rest rooms of a private girl’s school. Puffing her toxic black smoke everywhere and toward everyone, she is letting everyone know of her discontent with her time spent at this private school. Being bullied at this school, she jumped out the window and cannot find any peace in the afterlife. Her behavior calls for her to be “expelled” from the school grounds forever! Hopefully you, Ms. Gale, as the detective in this case, have the fortitude to “kick her out” and bring a little peace to the current students and Megan as well. This game seems best suited to the Nancy Drew set - middle school aged girls who could possibly relate this scenario. It also might be of interest to beginning players, those who wish to relive their teens, or those who like easy-breezy games. I do not think this game compares in quality to previous games by this developer. The graphics are cartoonish and blurry. If the strategy guide is any indication, this is short game. I found the demo very boring. The pace is slow due to the extremely easy puzzles – some of which I would hardly call puzzles – they are that easy. I did not find one that was even slightly difficult. The HOP scenes are creative and some are multi-step. This is a bare bones game. There are very little extra in this game. There are few achievements and collectibles. The collectibles are large figurines and morphing objects. PUZZLES: Puzzles in the demo include a series of matching puzzles. One of those puzzles seemed more like a HOP scene than a puzzle. You must locate and replace items on school certificates which are out of place. You need only find one misplaced item per certificate, so this is fairly easy. The other HOP style puzzle involves a storybook sequence relating the story of Megan. Other puzzles include a rotating rings puzzle containing numbers to be placed in the proper position, a sequence puzzle with four numbers, a switch puzzle to recreate a portrait, and a variation of a pipe puzzle involving a lock. HOP SCENES: They are the best part of the game. I found them very creative in design. They are either lists of items or silhouette. They are interactive and in some the silhouette scenes you must locate and then use the items back in the scene in the proper sequence. I must admit this did make the HOP scenes a little more interesting. Each HOP scene contains a mini-puzzle and the ones in the demo are easy. GHOSTS OF SCHOOL DAYS PAST: I am certain some will enjoy this game when it appears. It will be a pass for me. What scared me more than the vengeful ghost in the game was the plaid used for the uniforms. This plaid is the same plaid used for my parochial school uniforms. Yep – a little freaky! LEVELS: Casual, Advanced, Hard, Custom Hints and Skips: 15 to 255 seconds EXTRAS: Map is provided as you play the game 9 Achievements Collect 9 figurines of characters in the game 41 Morphing objects: Strategy guide - 28 pages 6 Wallpaper, 12 Concept Art, Video and Music HERE ARE THE DETAILS (SPOILERS) FOR THOSE WANT MORE INFORMATION ON THE HOP SCENES AND MINI-PUZZLES IN SEQUENCE HOP SCENES: A. List of items to locate. Somewhat interactive. Mini puzzle: Moving tiles puzzle. Move three round objects into position to restore an image. B. Silhouette. Locate and use the items in the scene. Must be used in sequential order. Mini-puzzle: Matching puzzle. Place items into the proper location in a closet organizer as per a picture on each pocket. C. Mini-HOP scene. Locate 5 keys. Mini-puzzle: Matching. Match up the tops of 5 keys with the proper bottoms. D. Storybook scenes. Locate items and replace them into the correct position. E. Silhouette items. Interactive. Items must be found in a certain order and replaced back into the scene to interact with it. Mini-Puzzle. Switch puzzle. Switch wedges so that each wedge matches up by color. F. Silhouette puzzle. You will need to locate more than one of the items to eliminate the silhouette. Mini-puzzle. Jigsaw puzzle. G. List of items to locate. Mini-puzzle. Sliding tiles puzzle. Slide tiles into place as per a diagram. PUZZLES: Puzzle Rating: (1) Extremely easy 2) Easy (3) A little difficult or time consuming (4) Moderately difficult (5) Difficult A. Search and replace puzzle. On a wall with school certifications, locate items within the certificates which are out-of-place and put them into the proper locations. Rating: 2 B. Switch puzzle. Switch 5 circles on a painting and rotate them to recreate a picture. Rating: 2 C. Pipe puzzle. Rotate tumblers for a lock so that lines upon them match up. Rating: 2 D. Sequence puzzle. Press numbered squares in sequence to match those on a code. Rating: 1 E. Matching puzzle. Rotate blocks on a frieze so that match those on a drawing. Rating: 1 F. Rotating rings puzzle. Rotate rings containing numbers so that the numbers match up with those on a given code. Rating: 2
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Potential wasted The puzzles are a mix of some of the most irritatingly unfun games in HOG's but the real problem is the story. What starts out as an interesting plot of ghostly revenge gets thrown out almost immediately after the demo. 'WARNING, SPOILERS AHEAD : The ghost doesn't really want revenge, she's being possessed by a demon from a magic bowl for no reason at all.' END OF SPOILER' The bonus game is so pointless there's no reason to have even made it. This game had such potential storywise but once all that was abandoned as soon as you buy it. Don't bother getting it unless it's on sale and you literally have nothing else to do.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1½ stars...formulaic and easy, nothing original or interesting The principal of the Wilford School for Girls hired me to investigate dangerous paranormal events at her school. Apparently, the ghost of a bullied student had returned to exact revenge, even though the students at Wilford now aren’t the ones who bullied her. Upon my arrival, a doctor was loading the corpse of a student onto an ambulance, insisting loudly that she be rushed to the hospital, which I found odd. I was appalled that the principal failed to see the obvious need to evacuate both students and staff, but she seemed more concerned with proving to me that the school had passed inspection. Since, when I rehung the inspection certificate, it punched a whole through the flimsy wall, it seemed more likely that someone had bribed the inspector. Upon closer examination, all the school’s certificates appeared to have been tampered with. Strangely, I was able to move elements of them that were actually ink printed onto the paper, as if the laws of physics had stopped working. In my exploration of the school, I discovered that nearly everything was locked. Some doors, cabinets, and boxes had traditional keyholes, but others bore ornately shaped indentations I couldn’t explain until I began to find objects here and there that matched those indentations in shape. How bizarre. I was unable to access the third floor because of a pile of broken glass from a fallen light fixture. When I attempted to simply move the large pieces of glass aside, something prevented me. Other strange things I encountered included a broken zipper pull, a couple of missing drawer handles, one dusty item I was required to brush clean, and a key that inconveniently fell through a grating. I began to have a strong sense of dejà vu. Several times, I ran across oddly cluttered areas accompanied by varying types of lists, some depicted in words, others in silhouettes. Apparently, the idea was to find the objects on these lists, kind of like a treasure hunt. Well, it wasn’t difficult since the items were in plain view. Whoever created the lists believed that simplistic things like matching and jigsaw puzzles would slow me down…lol. That same person must have created the ridiculously easy puzzles I kept running into, like the one on the certificates. Really, having a four-digit lock, then writing the code on the mirror above the lock and setting up a humidifier next to the mirror? A simple swap and rotate jigsaw puzzle? A lock with five tumblers I must rotate to create an unbroken line, but each one lights up when I choose the correct one? You didn’t need a detective for this. Suddenly, exactly 43 minutes into my investigation, the Wilford School for Girls disappeared and I was instantly transported into a comfy chair in front of an iMac, staring at a lengthy error message. I realized I wasn’t a detective at all; I was a gamer playing yet another illogical game with a silly storyline and easy gameplay…and that game had just crashed. What a relief!
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Revenge is a Dish Best Left Unserved. You play as detective Brenda Gale called to a girl's school to investigate mysterious events. You arrive to see a student's spirit leave her body as it is loaded on an ambulance. The ambulance attendants seem unable to recognize a dead body. The head of the school leaves you at the door to return to her office where she will await news from the hospital about the student. You notice some more spirit activity, search the principal's office as she watches, and then wander around the school. You will see the dead student's spirit fighting another ghost and seek to work out the story. Good stuff: There are the usual game elements, CE bling, and an bonus chapter. Bad stuff: The game elements are entry level HOPs and puzzles that a child would scoff at. The story is logic light and evil ghost smoke heavy. Please read LunaNik's clever review. I cannot hope to be more clear than that on how silly this game is, or how derivative. This fifth entry in the Spirit of Revenge series is the Devs effort to sink yet another series as quickly as possible. You need to try the Demo to see how well they succeeded!
Date published: 2017-01-15
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