Dead Link: Pages Torn

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After receiving an invitation to visit her sister Amanda, Ellen is horrified to find that her sister has been murdered. It's up to Ellen to bring the killer to justice, but she's about to become tangled in mysterious forces she couldn't have foreseen in her darkest dreams.

While following clues her sister left behind, Ellen starts hearing her sister's voice inside the manor, calling her name! With every clue and every call for help, her mind is pulled deeper into paranoia. Is everything as it seems in the town of Whitechurch? Will Ellen escape or will she become the next victim?

  • Murder mystery psychological thriller
  • Over 50 locations set in an English Manor
  • Unique mind-twisting puzzles
  • Original soundtrack

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1035 MB

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Dead Link: Pages Torn is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from highly appealing game This game really appeals to me. The music is good, excellent graphics, good story, easy puzzles. Not all actions to take are obvious. I like that this is a contemporary setting and no gloomy mansion in Victorian setting. This game is a classic. Very satisfying end.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GOOD OLD FASHIONED FUN REVIEW OF COMPLETED GAME Well fishies, this really is a terrific game. I wasn't expecting too much, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. You play Ellen Grace and you have to find out what happened to your sister Amanda. There is: * Voiceovers (with dialogue); * Easy, Normal, Expert and Custom modes of play; * Diary; * Interactive map. The graphics are very good. They characters kind of look cartoony but each scene is very well defined and items are clear to see and grab. There are plenty of areas to explore within the mansion, outside surrounding grounds and in town. Sound is good and the music is mainly fast orchestral. Ellen and Amanda's voices are supposed to be British, but you can forgive the devs for at least trying. The hidden object games are straightforward and silhouette. These are easy to do and items you need are clear to see. Each one only takes a couple of minutes. I've seen all the mini-games before but I enjoyed doing them again. They are all very easy to do and are great for beginners who want to gain experience. I played on Custom and turned everything off, so no skip or hint. However, I did find that I couldn't use the interactive map at all throughout the game, so I had to remember where tasks were to do. That's no problem for me, but you may want to play a different mode if you want to use this. Keep an eye out in your diary as there are things in there to help you progress through the game. All up the game took me about 5 hours to play and I really enjoyed it. There is a sense of urgency to find out what happened to your sister - TRUST NO-ONE. Overall a terrific game and definitely worth checking out. This is a new developer and I look forward to many more stories to come. Well done devs. Happy playing fishies.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~WOW! FINALLY AN ENTICING SE WORTHY OF PLAYING.~~ I really was in the mood for a decent brain teaser. Dead Link: Pages Torn did not disappoint in this regard, even if it’s a bit on the short side. The game’s been developed and published by Phime studio LLC and they've created a decent game worth purchasing or using a free coupon. These are also the developers who brought you Showing Tonight: Mind hunters Incident, their debut as far as adventure games are concerned. I always find it funny how every single HOG in my collection has to contain supernatural or esoteric themes. Too many of the games I play seem to fall into this chasm of stereotypes. But hey, it’s not zombies at least. Originality aside, you get a story that focuses on a novelist’s efforts to find her missing sister while also looking for motivation to keep on writing. It starts quite promising but the plotline never shakes off the feeling of déjà vu. Dead Link: Pages Torn is quite predictable unfortunately and nearly all the characters which shall interact with Ellen Grace, our protagonist, seem to hide something or simply act strangely. The game’s action takes place in the English countryside in a fictional coastal village called Whitechurch. In reality there are a dozen Whitechurches in the UK, yet none of them are so close to the seaside. So don’t expect historical backgrounds or photorealistic locations. The Grace Manor and nearby surroundings shall be available for exploration but you probably know by now that most HOGs involve static 2D imagery, perfectly fitting for the point and click subgenre of adventure games. Dead Link is no different and the search for Amanda shall force her sister to solve all manner of puzzles while running errands for equally shifty individuals. What starts as a conventional “whodunit tale”, quickly derails towards themes that neither use nor require much logic in the narrative thread. The characters’ monotone speech doesn’t help much either and no, they’re not under a trance, sadly. At least that would have explained their odd behavior. Considering that you can wrap up this story in under two hours if you skip any puzzles (I obviously didn’t), the narrative leaves much to be desired in terms of length and replay value IMHO. There are several puzzles rendered in 3D which involve more interaction than their 2D counterparts since you’ll also have to rotate them, not just click here or there. A great touch indeed, don't you think? Nearly 30 locations to examine, both indoor and outdoor. So at least you can’t complain of being limited by the size of the crime scene/lingering mystery. Even the aforementioned static scenery is skillfully drawn, colorful and highly detailed as the situation demands it. You can’t have interactive hidden objects within poorly drawn backgrounds, now can you? The gameplay section had to be the title’s saving grace, right? And rightfully so, since most HOGs compensate their dreary stories with some well-planned puzzles along those titular hidden object segments. Dead Link has a much needed diversity from this perspective. Anything from simple chromatic-based puzzles to classic card games and more challenging mysteries that involve quite a bit of backtracking in order to assemble a single item from several pieces scattered around Whitechurch and the Grace Manor. As boring as the dialogue may have been, I was properly entertained by mixing items, finding new clues and solving the main mystery at a steady pace. I had my doubts and I eventually found proof. Don’t expect me to spoil anything about the complexity of the puzzles or the game’s plot twists and conclusion. Suffice to say that Dead Link redeemed itself in my eyes by the time I had finished it. I would also like to add that more Standard Edition games like this one should be introduced into the pond equally to the Collector's Editions that we are offered weekly. Thanks for taking time to read my lengthy review. Cheers!
Date published: 2018-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kudos to Phime Studios for a Good Old-fashioned WHO DONE IT! I really like this game. This is a new Dev that I think will go far. Yes, the graphics could be better but I absolutely love the story line and the old fashion solving of a murder. Everything ties into the story line. No junk piles (hoorah). The journal is great as are the clues they give you. The HOs and mini games also tie into the story. Old Fashion can be good. Just relax and solve a good mystery.
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Surprise! I look forward to Mondays, to see if I'll find a treasure or a dud release! This one is a treasure. My review is based on part of the demo. I wanted to stop and buy before getting too far! (I've played the first part of this game before...?) A murder mystery, what could be better? For me, nothing! I like the graphics, the almost buy not quite cartoon quality to them. The sounds are well done. (I did think the widower could sound like his wife's death was a little more tragic, to match his words!). I love the cursor being a pen nib. Since it's not a CE we don't have the extras, which is fine. I hate buying SEs since I know that I am missing things! I bought this game, and to take advantage of the sale had to accept buying an SE of a CE on my list (one with the fewest collectibles). HOS: nicely varied. Find a flashlight and batteries, then set the battery polarity. Use that flashlight to find clues on a body. See, this is what makes a game "good." Relating the HOS to the story, integrating the items, not just tossing in a HOS because it's "time" for one. The list was very interactive, included a puzzle. PUZZLES: when we fine instructions and clues, the papers go in our journal, not our inventory. So, when we need them we must either remember, open and remind ourselves, or open and write them down. Great! I HATE the inventory instructions, it makes things too easy. Plus, really, in real life we'd write things down and have to refer to them. *click buttons in order *set clock *move blocks so tile can get past them (one of my favorites, I have this sort of game on my phone) Another surprise Monday game! Some of my all-time favorites have been Monday games. Again, I want to mention how much I like the new Big Fish logo. It's fresh and current.
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The game is too short I did like the game but it was way to short to play. It only took me about 2 1/2 hours to play this threw. I can't believe how short it was unless I was missing something.
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I was a bit sceptical of this at first as it's a bit cartoonish, but it's a great game! it's nice to have a fresh look on a game, no ghosts and things that jump out at you! and the voices try to sound british but I personally think it's american actors trying to put british accents on lol as they sound a bit 'posh' and not every british person sounds posh. I certainly don't haha! This is a fun game!
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Phime Bam! I really enjoyed Dead Link: Torn Pages. Good job new developer Phime! Characters well defined, instructions for HOPS and games done well. The story was not boring, nor was there excess to-and-fro-ing to get: knives, rope, hooks, etc. Usually used soon in the game. I felt it was a little short took me 3 hours. Glad to see no dragons, vampires, paranormal activity, just a nice who-done-it. Thanks BFG for bringing this to us!
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from short and sweet a great way to kill a couple of hours. no spooky phenomenon and the gaslighting is not very sophisticated but fun all the same. if you want to stretch your brain this isn't the game but if you want to have fun with very little effort its perfect!
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Refreshing! What a great game. Finished playing and had fun. This game was a refreshing change from all the (same) games we have been getting lately. More please.
Date published: 2018-09-04
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In this hidden object murder mystery, a single page from a journal leads a woman down a dangerous path of deception to track down a murderer.

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