Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came

Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came

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Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came is a hidden object adventure that will challenge even the most seasoned detectives. Despite your role as an seasoned investigator, you've fallen into a trap! Will you become the next victim, or will you step beyond the boundaries of this world and battle Darkness in its lair? The choice is yours.

  • A dark and elaborate atmosphere
  • Enjoy beautiful, hand-drawn graphics
  • Survive the plot and its many twists
  • Stunning soundtrack - live the mystery!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 300 MB

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Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Good Game This game has some similarities to the other Beyond game. I enjoy this game. I am not quite finished with the game but I can tell you it is another interesting HO to play. The graphics and story line are very good. There is a hint button if you get stuck. The game gives the appearance of being a spooky game. It is not. If it were I wouldn't bother with the game. There is lots to do to keep you occupied. Whoever designed the game did a great job of making it fun.
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The BEST Hidden Object Game Ever Few Hidden Object games have had an impact on me such as this one. The sublime storyline, along with it's old style cartoonish graphics, thrills you from the very beginning to it's end. I strongly recommend it to people who love playing Hidden Object games.
Date published: 2018-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A VERY INTERESTING GAME THAT GATHERS MOMENTUM AS IT GOES ALONG The first thing to know is that the demo part is not enough to get a sense of this game. Secondly, that the English translation is quirky seems to put off some people and if anything amuse and charm others. I belong to the second group. There are a smile or two along the way from this and no confusion of meaning really. And perhaps the quirkiness adds to the sense of originality in the game. Thirdly it seems there is a platinum edition of the game. I wonder if it has a strategy guide and options on the timer for hint or skip functions and if so I do wish Big Fish would offer that version. And a fourth thing that remains with me after playing the game through is that I liked the characters and felt an interest in them in a way which I have hardly liked any characters in recent games. The plot may be in some ways original, but more than that the journey through the plot plays and feels original and that I am going to dare say is because the game has a heart , it has the possibility of being cared about and in fact liked. I like this game! hey! give it a chance and I bet you will too!
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MORE!!....................MORE!!............ENCORE!! I give this game a standing ovation. Deeply relaxing & artsy. Mix of town and nature. Available at BFG since 2018. Review based on completed game. WOW. Unpredictable! Now THIS is something different. This game is refreshing and not a cookie-cutter production. You're not fed the same expected scenarios and outcomes. Check it out! I loved this game so much I could play it and play it and PLAY IT! Even if the story had lasted another 10-20 hrs, I would have just kept looking forward to it! I was sad when it ended...How can I even express how RELAXING I found this game? Another game with realistic items mixed in.! A game on the artsy side with great, relaxing, moody ambience. I'd say this is probably be going to be called 'old school' graphics by some? Yes, I love it! I'm so lucky! A rare gem indeed. Something about the feel of the game reminded me of Azada in Libro, and a little of Empress of the Deep, not the content necessarily, but the FEEL of the game. There's something Anime too going on with an Elven warrior, during the cutscenes, but really it is... its own game. Character interaction is limited, but I found the main character has too many same-ish still shots. Occasionally silly/non-logical solutions are included (but they just made me chuckle) and so it is worth trying your inventory items even when you think they wouldn't be helpful! The HOPS are ok, and a bit of fun. There are some benign grammatical errors here and there, but I just found it amusing - I found the sentence didn't quite make sense, but it was something you could easily figure out. GRAPHICS - Widescreen or Fullscreen & a "Keep aspects ratio" option. Plus an added Brightness adjustment. HOPS: Wordlists with some interactive thrown in – about 6-8. Hint recharge is same length as game difficulty chosen, so, if you choose intermediate difficulty, you'll get over a minute to wait for the HOPS too. PUZZLES: All skippable. A selection. SOUNDS - with 2 adjustments: with music on a separate control (very important!) MAP: TRAVEL -Yes, but VERY RUDIMENTARY map. On all levels, the only map indicator is where you are currently at. JOURNAL: NO DIFFICULTY SETTINGS – 3 –NOT interchangeable. HINT: The TREE of Gondor!! (You'll see). 45 SECONDS ON CASUAL, 1.20-ish ON INTERMEDIATE, NO HINT ON MOST DIFFICULT. Hint guides and leads you, but be aware that whatever you choose as your difficulty level, that recharge time applies to the HOPS too. INVENTORY – Lockable CHARACTERS: Minimal interaction. Neither lip-sync, nor lip movements. Voice-overs are mainly very good, but the main character I found was in a bit too much in the second half, without much variation in stance.
Date published: 2018-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good game with an extraordinary storyline. Good game, I liked it! Excellent graphics and atmospheric sound. Interesting story that I want to learn to the end.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Glad I stuck it out Wish BF would let us give 1/2 stars as I would rate this 3 1/2 as there certainly are some really clunky moments, but oddly enough they seem to happen during the demo time. The translation stuff was of no care to me at all as the voice over work here was really exceptionally well done, and the story line really picks up after the demo. As for game play, I enjoyed that it was more adventure-focused and I think there were only 2 HOS (yay!!) that did repeat but were rather interactive with inclusive puzzles. There was very little "find this to put on that" back and forth stuff and I found the game very straightforward. I admit to hammering the hint button a number of times and was not disappointed with the help offered. I strongly recommend this one!
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ~~A DARK AND MOODY OLD SCHOOL GAME FOR A COLD DAY!~~ Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came is a detective game in which you have to gather clues, solve puzzles and explore a series of creepy locations in order to unravel a mystery and help a young girl named Ailvia return to her world of magical elves in order to defeat the "creepy shadow creatures". The whole game is presented using dark and gritty landscapes, but your role is to find your way out of the nightmarish locations and maybe even catch a few bad guys along the way. The story starts when the detective is stopped in the middle of a dark road by a fallen pole, which prevents him from going further. Naturally, you step into the nearest town in order to find help, but as it turns out, things are not very pleasant here. Not only that, it turns out that the whole thing was a trap to get you there, so you must use your wits in order to escape unharmed from the ordeal. The rest of the game is as straightforward as it gets in the genre, which means that you have to use various items in order to solve puzzles and progress from one scene to the other. There are all sorts of mini-games as well, including mazes and a whole lot of hidden object scenes. Some of the puzzles can be more time-consuming than others, but there are some interesting riddles awaiting you. I like the fact the whole experience is pretty dark and moody, and that is achieved using gritty artwork and nice special effects. Every scene looks like something out of a horror scene, and there’s plenty of detail in the artwork as well. Even the cutscenes are designed to be creepy, in spite of the comic book-style drawings that replace the 2D renders you might be used to. In the end, Beyond the Invisible: Darkness Came is not nightmare material and (there is no hand-holding unless you like the hint button), but it’s dark enough to make you uneasy and help with the overall atmosphere of the game. Thus, it’s worth a shot if you are into detective stories. I give it 3.5 stars. Cheers!
Date published: 2018-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Darkness Came is a BIG improvement over the first game I totally disagree with the reviewer who stated the first game in this series was better. Darkness Came is, by far, so much more advanced than the first game. At least in this game, the translation to English was better and it was so much easier to understand what was going on. There was nothing sick or disturbing in this game like there was in the first one. What's really great is that they added voice-overs which were well acted. Kudos to the developer for actually listening to all our previous feedback! The graphics and puzzles were more advanced. And the story line actually made sense this time around, so I was interested enough to purchase the game and play it to the end. Please don't base Darkness Came's play ability on the low ratings you see. I recommend giving it a shot for the hour trial.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mysticism, magic ... what else do you need for a good game. I can set 4 stars, because this game have is a good sense of style. Unusual cutscenes try to make the atmosphere of noir. If it's convenient for you, you can adjust the brightness - this will help to feel the atmosphere better. I think this is a long game, because the plot develops slowly. Only in second part I understood, why the game interface is so… magical. I recommend it for relax play. No spiders, no gore and violence - only investigation and myst.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If you're looking for an oddity... Well, this game got me to lol a few times, unintentionally, but i kind of loved that. The translators were, shall we say, inexpert? One scene requires finding a record to put on a player and the game refers to it as a plate that all once owned. Ha! And then there was the electric hand dryer attached to the stone wall next to the medieval water feature. Ha! More to the point, the game play was sometimes quite unique and sometimes incomprehensible so I used the hint button more than I usually do, which is never. But I liked it. The mini-games were not the usual. You think they are-find the wires and reconnect the power-but then they twist to something odd. i'm a huge fan of whimsy so this game tickled me no end. Do try the demo. I'm sure it's not for everyone and maybe I liked it because I was in the mood. But if you're tired of the same old same old, this might give you an hour of fun.
Date published: 2018-01-10
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