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Elephant Games proudly presents a unique adventure in their supernatural Chimeras series!

For centuries, creatures and humans lived peacefully together in this town, until recently, when several children suddenly went missing. What starts as a vague suspicion quickly turns into a violent inquisition as the creatures are rounded up to be executed. Can you prove their innocence, or will you be punished along with them? Find out in this intriguing hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Change the Chimeras' world in the Underworld bonus chapter!
  • Unlock the Secret Room, if you dare!
  • Find collectibles and review your glorious achievements.
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide.

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: 966 MB

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Chimeras: New Rebellion Collector's Edition is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The different Creatures surprised and delighted Every Chimeras is different with different people, animals and stories. With my favorites in the series-Cursed and Forgotten, Mortal Medicine, Mark of Death and Blinding Love. This one is number Seven in the series. This one is more playful with the creatures. It has three chapters + bonus. I would call this a relaxed game, which I Love. Spoiler Alert If you like a dragon, centaur, vampiress, mermaid, werewolf, griffin, sphinx and serpent women this may be for you. It does have a demon and demoness. Find forty eight puzzle pieces, twevle cards and twenty eight morphing objects. Has secret room, so replays on fourteen hops and twelve mini-games. Try it for yourself.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Based on completed game plus bonus chapter. I really enjoyed this game and the bonus chapter. I don't know why all the bad reviews for this game? Not a whole lot of back and forth with this game....This is very important to me.When a game is constant back and forth, I get nervous and very bored. This game kept my attention with the story line...very colorful and it did NOT get off the subject. Like most games do. I bought another CE by the great reviews and it was a stinker. To each their own I guess.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chimeras: New Rebellion CE This game's visual quality is SUPERIOR! The story is very enjoyable and the "games" are challenging, but definitely doable. Moving from place to place in the game is logical and well coordinated. This game has bEAUTIFUL COLOR WHICH MAKES YOU WANT TO GO TO THE NEXT LOCATION just to experience the game environments of this game. R.John
Date published: 2018-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE THE CREATURES!! THERE'S MUCH TO DO, AND LOTS OF FUN TO BE HAD IN THIS LATEST ADDITION OF CHIMERAS!
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another rebellious Chimera xxxxx I love this game , love the great graphics , the excellent hos, well I just about said it all, my view a great game very enjoyable have a lovely play heartblob
Date published: 2018-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chimeras: New Rebellion For me it`s a another excellent game from this series. I love the detailed graphics and the colours and the story is exciting.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantasy with a mission.... As a new member of the Chimera Society, you are sent to Silverlake, a town, where you have to investigate a serious problem: children went missing and the creatures are under suspicion of being the culprits. Though in Silverlake humans and creatures had installed a pact and lived in peace for a long time, now the creatures are vicitims of an inquisition. Your case: prove the creatures’ innocence and stop the hunt. You get more information by the head of the creature council in front of the city gates. But soon you are involved in all the trouble yourself and of course we will find some evil minded characters behind the conspiracy. Interesting new role of Chimeras: no longer mythical creatures as in the legend but real beings, forming an association for the underprivileged. We have many puzzles in this game, a lot of HOS – both varied in challenge and creativity. They make our way through the weird story more entertaining. The creatures are not animals but a mix between such and fantasy beings, e.g. dragons or satyr-like half-humans. They play the role of the once tolerated race, who is given the scape goat role, when things go out of control. On the whole a fascinating fantasy ride, though not a really new story.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun, Fast, and Fabulous Hidden Object Game Based on the Demo. This hidden object game is fabulous. There are puzzle pieces, collectibles, and morphing objects to find and collect in every scene.The graphics are excellent: bright and vibrant in some scenes, muted and pastel in others. Characters and scenes are beautifully drawn. The soundtrack is fun with great voice overs. It has an excellent and unique storyline that makes the game even more interesting. Beginning in the very first minutes of the game are some really fun puzzles, many of them very challenging. The hidden object scenes were all very well drawn, some with word clues, some with silhouettes. All were fun. There is something for everyone in this game. It was an immediate buy for me.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PLAYING THIS GAME - YOU NEED TO OPEN THE BOX BUT THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX AS WELL! REVIEW BASED ON THE ENTIRE GAME: 3 Chapters plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 38 pages – Time: 4 hours OVERVIEW/BACKGROUND: Detective! As a new member of the Chimera Society, you are off to deal with a broken peace treaty between the humans and the chimeras. Chimeras are being blamed for kidnapping and attacking humans with the humans retaliating by hunting them down and executing them. Adding to this nightmare is the fact that breaking this peace treaty will open the portal to the Underworld, home of the demons. Now you must hunt down the six (6) members of the Council of Creatures, now in hiding, to get the keys to open a box. This box is critical to stopping the demons! You have until midnight before all “heck breaks loose.” Are the chimeras on the attack or is there another explanation for these recent incidents? OPINION: For me this is a low 5-star game. It is a good but not great game. The main game is short; however, the bonus chapter is long and, for me, well-worth the additional cost. This is a game which should appeal to fantasy game lovers. For me, this is the best of the series. I have never liked this series with its flying, fire-breathing, three-headed creatures. However, this one has an excellent gaming script. The graphics are colorful and there are artfully designed whimsical creatures in this game. The pace is decent; although there are times in which I felt the pace lagged slightly. There is an even number of HOP scenes and puzzles (if you include the mini-puzzles). However, I am rather disappointed you cannot replay either the puzzles or the HOP scenes. With the lists of items, I was also disappointed there was not another game to play in lieu of the scenes. MECHANICS: As usual there are four (4) modes of play, including customization of the game. There are twenty (20) achievements. You collect twelve (12) cards which provide information on chimeras. And as in most Elephant games, you collect forty-eight (48) jigsaw pieces to play four (4) puzzles to play at the end of the game. There are twenty-eight (28) well-hidden morphing objects (roses). However, the cards and jigsaw pieces are easy to locate. There are twelve (12) wallpapers plus concept art and music. BONUS CHAPTER: This chapter is a sequel to the main game. The kingdom’s holy tree has been damaged. You must find the water of the living and then go to the underworld, land of the demons, to find the water of the dead to save it. For me, I was more impressed with the bonus chapter than the actual game. It is a long chapter with nine (9) puzzles and eight (8) HOP scenes. HOP SCENES: There are twenty-five (25) HOP scenes in this game – ten (10) of which are mini-HOP scenes in which your search for a small number of items. Most of the scenes are lists of items. However, thrown into the mix are a couple of FROG scenes, a few silhouette scenes, one with runes, and a couple of storybook scenes. I found it unusual that the final scene is a HOP scene. Most are somewhat interactive, and I found them ones seen in most games. PUZZLES: There are twenty-eight (28) puzzles in the game. The puzzles vary in design and difficulty as well. Except for one puzzle, they are all varieties of puzzles seen in other games. The challenging puzzles appear after the demo and in the bonus chapter as well. DID I MISS SOMETHING? There are two puzzles which have instructions which make no sense to me. In one, you move bars up-and-down to create a path to move rods across the grid. The directions state something about locating suns and moons to solve the puzzle. These items do not even exist within this puzzle. I have played this type of puzzle before, so I could figure out what to do. The second puzzle requires colored and numbered tokens to be slid into proper position on a grid. However, the instructions mention moving paths. You cannot move paths in this puzzle. I gave up trying to figure out what to do in his puzzle and skipped it. SPOILERS: HERE ARE A FEW PUZZLES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Matching puzzle. Move pieces of a mosaic with colored tiles so that it matches that of a given image. Click on pieces of the mosaic to change their color. Changing the color of one tile may change others as well. B. Maze puzzle. Move four wolves to locations with an X upon a grid. There are walls within this grid to block the wolves’ movement. Moving a wolf will remove or create walls. Only one sequence will locate all four wolves where they belong. 3X. Increases in difficulty. C. Matching puzzle. On a grid, maneuver weights on chains so they match up with their outline on the left side of the grid. Moving one token affects the movements of the others. D. Connection puzzle. Remove skulls by using an amulet to create a path to eliminate each one without retracing your tracks. E. Slats puzzle. Slide 6 slats on a grid to create a path for a ball to move from upper left to bottom right. Rather an unusual puzzle. I have never seen this puzzle with sliding slats. F. Bonus Chapter. Obstacle course. Maneuver a boat to the other side avoiding obstacles in your path. I found the boat difficult to maneuver. G. Bonus Chapter. Physics puzzle. Angle mirrors so that beams hit each mirror at least once. H. Bonus Chapter. Beat the computer. Try to get more yellow tokens than your opponent – the computer. Surrounding tokens will change color if they are next to that color.
Date published: 2018-05-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Chimera...where? Hello friends! As usual, I review mostly on the game and not much on the story, as others do a much better job than I. Looks like this is #7 in this series. Graphics are fairly well done in this addition, but we do have a little blur now and then. I don't know if it's actually the graphics, or the colors. For some reason, the color seems faded and we have a lot of oranges in this one. That color really dulls a scene for some reason. What happened to bright clear colors? Animation is smooth and well done, but I did note that they don't blink very often. Music was monotonous and seemed like only about 5 notes throughout. Voice overs are well done, but Edora's voice was much younger for someone of her obvious age. Astrid's voice was a bit over the top and quite high pitched, even for a child. Even at that, not too bad. Game play was very good, with no problems at all during the demo. There isn't much in the way of sound FX, but we did have some. This game was fairly quiet, except for the music, and not a lot of character interaction. Hops were a nice combination of silhouettes, interactive lists, pairs, straight lists and picture pieces. Scenes were fairly clear and items were not hard to find. I don't see that we can switch to something else if we don't care for the HOPs. Well done. Puzzles were not difficult, and so far, had no real challenge to them. Hint system is quite helpful and it does transport to longer locations. As in others in this series, we are constantly backtracking for one item or another. There is a jump map, but it is very bland and boring, so the transport is handy and faster. Collectibles are nicely done. We need to find 48 jigsaw pieces, to complete 4 different puzzles. These pieces are fairly large and quite easy to see. We have 12 cards with various information on them, but nothing that is needed to continue playing the game. These are not in every scene, so remember to watch for them. Again, we have 28 morphing objects, which are various flowers. Be on the lookout, as these objects morph quickly and really have no color to make them stand out. This wasn't a bad addition to this series, but seemed to move a little slow. Hopefully that picks up as the game progresses. As stated above, we don't have much in the way of character interaction, but we are constantly on the move, so we don't really get bored. The story seems a little different and I found it interesting enough to want to play it out and see what happens and why. When I beta tested it, I only gave it a 4.25, mostly because of the colors. I think most all levels of players will find this one worth the CE price. Yes, I am adding it to my collection of CE games. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. Play on!
Date published: 2018-05-04
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