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Elephant Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Grim Tales series!

Your nephew and his friend have gone missing from Evergreen Boarding School! Your only lead is that both children recently mentioned seeing the apparition of a lady in white. Can you uncover the secrets hiding in the boarding school, or will you fall prey to the spirits inside? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Save Professor Lumberwick and his students in the bonus chapter!
  • Find hidden emblems and morphing objects throughout the game.
  • Earn achievements and replay your favorite mini-games and HOPs.
  • Enjoy exclusive screensavers, wallpapers, concept art, and more.
  • Explore even more bonus content in the Secret Room!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 915 MB

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Grim Tales: The White Lady Collector's Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not throwing out this game... I have played a number of the serial games and I still like this one. There is so much to consider and not too gory for kids, like that matters these days. I am buying the game because it is good. It is difficult to derive new games with so many being in common. This piqued my interest and can see it in my collection to play again. One thing for sure I was tired of was looking for a pipe in so many HOG's that just looking for a powder puff seems redeeming.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hauntings, Secret Rooms, a Lady in White...Who could Ask for More?! This is a great game in the tradition of ghost stories whispered at night and eerie old houses best avoided because....You get the idea, right? The fear and suspense are at a perfect level and the music and graphics are super appropriate. Only 2 drawbacks, one minor and the other less so. First, the ghostly "helper" has a voice both irritating and hard to understand. No wonder he seems grouchy and sarcastic most of the time! The other downer (for me) is that the spot shown in the "hint" for HO scenes is sometimes hard to see clearly and separate from the background. But regardless, this is a super supernatural trek into the past and back. Even the puzzles keep a mysterious feel going. If ghosts and hauntings are your thing, give this game a try. Not perhaps at midnight with no lights on, but prepare to be "spirited" into a tale you'll remember for a long time.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4.5 Star Rating I did enjoy this game. It did have a different feel from the previous Grim Tales, not that that's necessarily bad. But, if you're expecting a similar experience then you might be disappointed. There are lots of HO and mini-games which were all enjoyable. The character development was a touch lacking as I felt I should've known more details about them. There are tons of collectibles and morphing objects in each scene which I loved. Overall, it's a quality game.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from loving this hidden object this is a great captivating hidden object. it had me mesmerised but sorry I cannot afford the full version wouldv loved to see what goes down. I hate that 1hour does not mean 1hour played as my life is busy I lose out on so many games of play now and 1.2.3 the free trial is over. but this game graphics sound tips everything is just great.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My ear perked up when I read about Alister Dalimar on a collectible painting 10 hops in main game and 5 in the Bonus. I really like this game. It was a smooth back and forth with tricky morphs. You look for a morph and then you see a clock turn into a different clock. The whole time you know there is a clock but if you didn't see it change, you won't know it because it's still a clock. Lots of Emblems to collect and Paintings too. The Paintings have comments on them when you hoover over them. I liked the story to the Bonus Game more than the main game. In the Bonus Game your at the Magic Academy formed by top wizards. It reveals some secrets. Archives has 15 mini-games and 15 hops to replay. The Secret Room has morph items to collect and you can't collect them until they are morphed into the thing you need to collect. They have 4 Dolls, 8 Clown Masks, 12 Skulls, 20 Magic Balls, 16 School Bags and A White Lady. 8 Concept Art, 8 Wallpapers, 5 Music Tracks and One Screensaver.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Based on entire game and bonus game. Completed the whole game plus the bonus game! Great game! Loved the bonus game as well. I'm NOT going to go play by play about either games, because others have done a great job of that! I will tell you, that everything from the sound, the visuals and story line are done very well with excellent taste. I'm very happy with my purchase. I will play it many times, it's just that good! I just got through playing this game plus another CE, I purchased today and am very tired. My parents are very old, in their 90's and had to take care of their needs and my own household needs as well. That said, You can see why I am short on words. I recommend this game, wholeheartedly !
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ELEGANT LADY DRESSED IN WHITE SHOW YOURSELF TO US TONIGHT Looks like little Billy has gone missing again! Even though this family has seen its fair share of ghostly encounters and paranormal troubles, Brandon chooses to send his son Billy, to a Boarding School that had experienced some questionable paranormal activity. The Evergreen Mansion was completely burned to the ground just five years ago, killing the entire Mansfield family. Rumors spread through the school even faster than the flames did, rumors of a ghostly apparition, rumors of the Lady in White, rumors that Laura Mansfield has returned! Is it a coincidence that a fire broke out at the Boarding School that once was the Mansfield Mansion, the same mansion that burned to the ground? Is it a coincidence that Billy and his best friend Sarah, disappeared on the night of the fire? One thing's for sure, the Lady in White has a message that's clear, "Don't touch the children!" Grim Tales is one of my favorite storylines, I own and have played all 12 previous games. Although The White Lady isn't one of the best games in the series, it's still an awesome game. The storyline in this game is just a little too familiar, and the HOP's are a bit dull, but the puzzles are in abundance to help even out the game. I'm not sure why they chose to have Brandon's oldest son Billy, as the victim again, but perhaps the two storylines intertwine after the demo. In this Collector's Edition, there are Collectible Emblems, Morphing Objects and Portraits that give a background history about various areas of the Mansfield Mansion. Anna Gray is a Private Detective with a unique ability to travel back in time. All she needs is a personal item from the victim, and she's whisked away, back in time,before the tragedy occurred. This part is never fully explained and I have sooo many questions! Does Anna actually disappear when she time travels, or does she just stand there looking all weird? How does Anna always manage to time travel to the perfect time frame, does she ever go back too far or not far enough? If all she has to do is touch a personal item to initiate the time travel, how does she keep from time traveling when she touches other items, does she wear gloves? A trip to the museum could be a nightmare for poor Anna! All questions aside, well, there is another unanswered question, does Anna take Daddy Richard's skull with her everywhere she goes, or does she just pop his skull into her purse, only when there's an investigation? As I stated earlier, the Hidden Object Scenes aren't very creative, but honestly, this is a feature that needs to either be phased out, or reverted back to the good ole days when objects were actually "hidden" Nowadays, the HO's are just huge junkpiles, or cluttered items. The objects are all in plain sight, not cleverly blended into a normal scene. The HO's in this demo are mostly Interactive List finds, but there are also Silhouetted Shape finds, and uncovering Pairs of identical objects. The Mini Games are entertaining, ranging from super simple to medium difficulty. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Assemble a puzzle by correctly placing torn fragments. 2) Move all dowels through their corresponding holes using directional arrows on the dowels. 3) Use clue to enter the code on the panel. 4) Place sliders next to their corresponding images, sliders can only move clockwise along the tracks. 5) Complete the photo album pictures by placing the correct piece from the left and place on the right. 6) Hit the apple target by clicking when the sliders are within the green zone. 7) Light all the circles around the board by matching 3 or more identical tiles in a column to remove them. 8) Reconstruct a diary page by selecting a piece of the page and placing it in an adjacent empty space, pieces can't move over each other. 9) Use the clue shown to land on the correct symbols using left and right directional buttons to look through the different symbols. 10) Select directional arrows to move the character through the maze, searching for levers to open other parts of the maze. GRIM TALES GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating -Bloody Mary (8-1-13) 4.3 -Color of Fright (11-6-14) 3.8 -Crimson Hollow (8-25-16) 4.1 -Graywitch (2-2-17) 4.0 -The Bride (11-19-11) 3.8 -The Final Suspect (5-16-15) 3.8 -The Heir (2-25-16) 4.3 -The Legacy (1-5-12) 4.6 -The Stone Queen (1-3-13) 3.9 -The Vengeance (5-15-14) 4.5 -The White Lady (8-3-17) n/a -The Wishes (7-12-12) 4.5 -Threads of Destiny (10-7-15) 3.9 This Collector's Edition has 1 Screensaver, 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks 20 Achievements to earn, Archives, 36 Collectible Emblem pieces, Morphing Objects, 14 Portraits, a Secret Room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Carrying A Skull In Your Tote Bag Is Just Plain Creepy! Who in their right mind does that anyway? Anna Gray, of course!! But I will say, in this game, I hated the skull as my "helper" and Richard Gray's voice could not have been more annoying. It seemed much harder for me to understand this time. Has it always been so "garbled"? The story was intriguing and Ladies in White usually have a good ghost tale attached to their death, at least in the books I have read. So I'm anxious to see the whole story unfold. Plus, except for a few, Grim Tales have always provided a quality game with enough entertainment to satisfy my needs. Didn't care much for the demo though. There were so many things to unlock and so many misplaced keys and emblems. I was worried not enough time would be left for enjoying the game, but it finally came together. The graphics were just okay which usually they are much better. This time they were more like a comic book in some parts, but it didn't distract from the game. The color was very good and the scenery wasn't dismal, but typical of boarding schools. I imagine this one has secret doors and passages since it was once a mansion in it's bygone days. I appreciated the simple jump map. There were 4 game modes from which to choose. I think that is a great thing, because then everyone can enjoy the game, no matter what your skill level. I personally love it so I can adjust the hint and skip reload times. The puzzles were good, just a few in the demo, and they were not too difficult. I think there was one that slowed me down a little. Surprisingly, the HOPs were nothing special and held no challenge, at least for me, but they were still fun. There was an average amount of extras including morphs, emblems to collect and a secret room. I did not see any morphs in the demo, maybe they were difficult to spot in this game. I always love having the bonus chapter, especially if it ties in well with the main story. I love Elephant Games and the Anna Gray investigations. This will be a purchase when another good sale pops up. Faith....
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from grandpa ghost..... i love this series...however, the last 3,including this one are too short and too easy........that said.....love the grandfather ghost...he has evolved with every game.....if you have never played this series.....start from the first , it will make sense to the gamer....have fun...i never go into all this, too much info, with any game, i think it ruins the fun......
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CANNOT GO WRONG WITH ANNA AND RICHARD Grim Tales is one of my favorite series by Elephant Game developers. I have always been infatuated with Richard; yes, including his speech, and the sound of his voice. Please to see he is hanging in there to help his daughter Anna. This is a well-executed ghostly game that does not disappoint. The storyline is, as always to me, intriguing. The fun factor is justly done; there is always something to do. The visual and the sound effects are beautifully done just right. The level of challenge is just right for me, not too hard, but doable enough to figure out without skipping. The hidden object puzzles are as always fun to play and intriguing. I like the different time travel modes and chasing the Woman in White. I knew this game was going to be good, and I purchased it immediately after playing the demo to the end. Solving this mystery case entails a lot of excitement, spooky fun, and intriguingly grim music, and beautiful scenes.
Date published: 2017-08-03
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