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Grandma Studios Limited proudly presents the latest addition to the Whispered Secrets series!

When a stranger approaches you with information about an ancient artifact, you find yourself pulled into a strange world of nightmares and dark memories. Can you find a way to defeat the nightmare monster, or will you become its latest victim? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!


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Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very enjoyable game play - vibrant art - recommended I really enjoyed this game. The story line was engaging, and the art was colorful and very nicely done. The sound quality was also very good with great sound effects and well-paced music scores. The magnifying glass gadget wasn't really necessary, but it didn't take away from the game play. The other gadget was a dream catcher that led the path into someone's nightmare, which flowed well with the story line. There was a good variety of HOP and mini games from quite easy to a bit challenging. They offered easy and hard mode for many of the mini games which was nice. The Hidden Object games with the books were kind of "eh," but all the others were a nice variety, easy on the eyes and enjoyable (and that says a lot, since the Hidden Object Scenes are my least favorite part of almost any game). I liked that you went back and forth from reality to nightmares. It was a visually beautiful game, though certainly not a thriller. It wasn't scary or creepy at all, but still very nicely done with an engaging story. The fact that I didn't get irritated, and I looked forward to continuing the game makes this one a winner. Grade A game.
Date published: 2018-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from for me, one of the best. brilliant game, would recommend.
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of my favorite games this year! It's fantastic!! I haven't loved a game this much in a very long time! It's my pick for game of the year! This review is after playing the CE edition, the entire game plus the bonus chapter. The storyline was great, the music was beautiful and or creepy which fit within each scene. The mini-games were fun and on some of the games you could pick easy or hard, the hidden object scenes were plentiful and a lot of fun. I loved the graphics and all the different scenes which were just so well done! Yes, like many games you find something to put somewhere else to open it which normally I find boring but not in this game. It just flowed so well, and it wasn't overdone. You didn't have to find a million keys or amulets to keep the game moving! The atmosphere was just so entertaining, you went from normal, into dreamscapes which were creepy back to a normal everyday environment, then back into someone else's dream etc. I think that's why it was so much fun because things, people kept changing. I can't really explain why I loved it so much but I know I literally made myself stop playing a few times because I just didn't want the game to end too quickly and that rarely happens for me. There are 2 bonus games, one was about an hour long the other was a much shorter bonus. The main game was approx. 4.5 hours. The game ties up nicely in the main game so this SE edition is just perfect and there is no reason to purchase the CE edition unless you want the bling and the bonus game. If you're looking to save some cash this SE will do nicely. It really is an awesome game! Yes, I highly recommend this game!
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ~~A STORY OF NIGHTMARES AND CHILDHOOD TRAUMA!~~ This is a compelling mystery where an evil entity from the world of dreams straight-up called Nightmare has escaped into the real world who is traumatizing innocent people with disturbing nightmares. As a revered agency of the Dark Light, you need to take a dive into this surreal world of dreams and stop Nightmare from doing more damage to these poor souls before you are next. Essentially, Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible is a psychological thriller game. However, instead of taking a more serious tone like the earlier Maze games, Enfant Terrible incorporates more colorful fantasy elements into the plot. The storyline definitely has some thought provoking moments and I really found the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent. This perfect pace, along with the wide variety of locations included in the game, makes Enfant Terrible incredibly addicting – honestly there is never a single moment of boredom in the game. The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular. The glossy colors, the detailed artwork, the studio-quality cutscenes, the on-point voice-acting, and the suspenseful music – every aspect of the production hits all the right notes! The development team deserves much credit for this superb addition to the series! The game cleverly intertwines story elements with the gameplay, creating an extremely smooth gaming experience. For those who are concerned, the game contains one little gimmick – the Magnifier – which is neither annoying nor adds much value to the game. As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be glad to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. Further, the puzzles include an option to switch between Easy and Hard mode as well as adopt some cool and neat twists. I also had more enjoyment by selecting the "custom mode" so that I could make it as difficult as I wanted. The game is also generous when it comes to extras. The main game took me four hours to complete, the bonus chapter added another hour of equally-incredible gameplay, and the hidden chapter comes in the form of a surprisingly enjoyable HOP. Other bonus items include a strategy guide, wallpapers, a jigsaw puzzle to assemble a screensaver, concept art, videos, soundtracks, re-playable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. Fans of this series are in for some twists and turns with the content of the story and an extra surprise revelation involving one of the main characters too! This is one of the better Whispered Secret additions and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Cheers! Also in this series: •Whispered Secrets: The Story of Tideville •Whispered Secrets: Into the Beyond •Whispered Secrets: Into the Wind •Whispered Secrets: Golden Silence •Whispered Secrets: Everburning Candle •Whispered Secrets: Song of Sorrow •Whispered Secrets: Forgotten Sins •Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I actually have nightmares about shaped keys and neon palettes. It's no secret that I'm generally not a fan of Grandma's games. This one is an improvement on their usual fare, but not spectacular by any means. For me, it's difficult to remain immersed in a game that's drenched in unnaturally neon colors, for one. However, I am a fan of games involving nightmares, because it provides for both surrealism and whimsy in the graphic design. I did find the storyline engaging. When the demo ended, I retained a lingering curiosity about the relationship between the psychotherapist and the Nightmare creature. And the characters were voiced well. HO scenes came in several flavors: zoom box, interactive list, storybook, locked panels, morphing objects, and sequential interactions. While the zoom box and storybook scenes were quite easy, the others were at least moderately challenging. Mini-games ran the gamut from throwaway easy to somewhat challenging. My favorites: • Light all haystacks on fire in one continuous line. The starting point is not specified, but if you choose the wrong place to begin, you'll reach a dead end. • A new riff on Match-3: Plant seeds in the garden, collecting three or more in a row. You must collect fifteen of each flower type, and the garden spontaneously sprouts flowers that can help or block you. • Fill the grid with color. There are four squares labeled with numbers. Choose one and drag to fill that number of squares with color. Obviously, you have to plan a bit. On the downside, there were at least five shaped keys per game scene. That gets old, especially when you use one only to be "rewarded" with yet another one. I really wish this trend would go away and devs would be more creative in their gameplay design. Also, there were TWO gadgets: the dreamcatcher (which lets us travel to others' nightmares) and an unnecessary magnifying glass (which required "charging") to reveal HO scenes. I gave the CE three stars, and would rate this about the same. So, worthy of a PCC, DD, or really good sale.
Date published: 2018-08-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I GUESS I WOKE UP TOO EARLY I just couldn't get into this game like everyone else did. I did buy Enfant Terrible in the Collector's Edition version, but it didn't hold my attention, and after a couple of days attempting to play it, I finally just gave up without finishing it. I'm not sure what it was, perhaps because the storyline didn't grab my attention the tasks just became mundane and more like a chore. The CE version received a 4.0 average, so my only suggestion is to try the demo for yourself and use my review for the game features available and form your opinion based on whether or not you enjoyed the demo because apparently, I'm the odd man out on this one. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Enfant Terrible is just another "terrible" story about a detective who enters a person's nightmarish dreams to defeat the plague beaked-masked monsters that haunt them. To make matters worse, there are 2 gadgets that are just as believable as the monsters are scary. I've made this statement over and over, "if you can't come up with a creepy looking monster, don't show it!" Leave it up to one's own imagination to picture the things that go bump in the night, catching glimpses of something lurking or stalking can be just as terrifying, and certainly better than seeing these cheesy looking things leftover from a B-rated horror flick! I was super curious about the title they chose, Enfant Terrible. What is an Enfant Terrible? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, it's (A) a child whose inopportune remarks cause embarrassment. (B) a person known for shocking remarks or outrageous behavior, or (C) a usually young and successful person who is strikingly unorthodox, innovative, or avant-garde. I'm going to loosely translate that as a very non-scary, weird nightmare creature you'd laugh about in the morning when you wake up wondering what you ate that caused that dream, which seems to pertain to this story a little more than any of those other definitions. It seems unfathomable, but there are actually 2 GADGETS used in this much anticipated Whispered Secrets game! The first gadget is a Detective's Mirror that detects hidden caches. Let's just stop right here for a moment of silence..............sigh! This gadget brings up so many questions, mostly WHAT? & WHY? Really? Okay, I quickly overcame my grief only to discover that this magical mystery machine requires a Crystal to make it do its mirror master detecting, and guess what, it breaks after one use, of course, and says the same thing each time. "it's amazing but quite finicky" Next up we have a Dreamcatcher that allows the detective to enter someone's dream, aka nightmare. (lets not even talk about the fact that this plot has been done at least once in just about every series) Moving on to the graphics, what happened to the awesome, realistic graphics that were so cool in Everburning Candle? The graphics here are sometimes downright cartoon looking. The nightmare "monsters" are cheesy looking and so not scary. I used to love this series, but 2 gadgets, a been there done that storyline, large unrealistic graphics, and cheesy looking monsters, has me seriously doubting this series should move forward! The Hidden Object Scenes are in abundance, but some of the scenes are repeated. Most of the HOS are in the form of sketches in a book to progress the plot or give background sight to fill in the blanks of the story, tasking you to find and replace 3 Keyword Items on each page. There are also Progressive Interactive Silhouetted Shape Finds, Items to find to use as a tool to open up the Interactive Listed Items, Multiples of the same Item Finds, Finding all Morphing Objects, and several Zoom Zone HOS to find a handful of Listed Items, some of which require a slight interaction. There is an optional Match 3 game to play if you're not into Hidden Object Scenes. The Mini-Games are numerous and many of them are available in an Easy or Hard Difficulty Mode. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during and after the demo: 1-Swap upper & lower lock teeth to match the key shape. 2-Hover over green orbs to collect them while avoiding red orbs. 3-Swap the positions of the yellow & blue tiles. 4-Draw a single continuous line to all symbols on the dreamcatcher. 5-Fill meter by clicking the red buttons when the blue icons reach the green zone. 6-Select the numbered branches in the correct order. 7-Place railroad tracks correctly onto the silhouetted shapes. 8-Light all haystacks in a single line using directional arrows. 9-Swap puzzle pieces to reconstruct the image. 10-Place the stars into the correct slots. 11-Select the pumpkins in the correct order by trial & error. 12-Slide tokens along paths until they reach the correct slots. 13-Plant at least 3 seeds in a row, new ones grow after each move. 14-Select matching pairs of keys. 15-Place torn fragments into their correct silhouetted shapes. 16-Fill all squares by selecting & dragging limited moves colors. The Collector's Edition version has10 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art pictures, 15 Achievements to earn, 8 Music Soundtracks, 11 re-playable Movie Cutscenes, 25 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes (Best Time & Best Accuracy % scores) 11 re-playable Mini-Games (Best Time scores) 35 Collectible Memorable Objects (collect 35 memory objects to unlock the Hidden Chapter) 20 Hidden Zoom Zone Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces (assemble the 20 piece Jigsaw to set the Screensaver Wallpaper) 21 Morphing Objects, 5 Main Chapters (The Nightmare) +Hidden Chapter (Forest of Dreams) +Bonus Chapter (The Last Sleep) and a built-in Strategy Guide, sleep well and enjoy! WHISPERED SECRETS SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-The Story of Tideville (November 3-2012) 4.1 2-Into The Beyond (December 11-2013) 4.3 3-Into The Wind (November 2-2014) 3.5 4-Golden Silence (September 4-2015) 4.4 5-Everburning Candle (April 29-2016) 4.4 6-Song of Sorrow (December 21-2016) 3.1 7-Forgotten Sins (October 1-2017) 4.0 8-Enfant Terrible (August 3-2018) by: GrandMa Studios
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too much dexterity required I played about 30 minutes of the demo before I gave up and deleted the game. The story was good and I was interested to see where it would go. The settings were pretty with good graphics. Can't comment on the sound because I turned it off. Only one HOs in the time I previewed. All the hidden objects were morphing objects and I had to use the hints to find two of them. I don't like morphs, but that's not what killed me on this game. The killer for me was the puzzles. Many of the ones in the first half hour required varying degrees of manual dexterity. Moving the mouse and clicking fast and repeatedly. I have arthritis in my hands and fingers and I just could not solve those puzzles! So, if you have finger mobility issues, make sure you preview this game before buying.
Date published: 2018-08-04
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