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Deep Shadows brings you the next riveting installment of the Tales of Terror series!

While on your way to a remote island for your latest story, your boat inexplicably crashes. When you awake, you find yourself trapped and fighting for your life! Nothing is as it seems on this island as you traverse through ancient grounds to escape your captors. What’s more, a strange fog has begun its invasion onto the property. Do you have what it takes to uncover the story behind the mysterious fog and escape with your life? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Uncover the origin of the fog monsters in the bonus game!
  • Tons of hidden objects in every scene!
  • Earn fun achievements throughout the game!
  • Never get lost with the helpful strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 752 MB

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Tales of Terror: The Fog of Madness Collector's Edition is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Deja vu Haven't we done this before? Another foreboding island, another boat that sinks, another madman taking us prisoner, another bunch of similar HOPs and run-of-the-mill puzzles, another story that has us doing the same old things we've done in a hundred other games. All the usual improbable things happen. The spider that sits in a cup while I find a plate to shut him in - Hey, this sucker was huge! I should have needed a weight on top of the plate. The mouse that sits waiting for me to feed it. The whistle I whittle to scare a crow. All of the broken bits and pieces I carry around till I find something I can use them on - the saw handle, the charcoal plucked from a newly extinguished fire, the odd wrench, the random wick. And I apparently escape barefooted in a nightgown - or possibly a hospital gown as I was in bed with a IV in my arm when I decided to escape. And why would someone in an isolated castle have medical equipment in quantity enough to keep more than one person prisoner? The bottom line is that nothing in this game adds up to an intriguing story and good game play that will make you want to add the game to your collection. Please try the demo.
Date published: 2018-07-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I Tried to Catch Some Fog But I Mist I am very much in agreement with Cathy about this one. Not as bad as some games lately, but not that great. Same storyline, same types of puzzles, and junkpile ho's. Not as much nonsense picking up silly things and putting them in silly places to accomplish something silly, so I appreciated that. The graphics were pretty enough, but that is not what I buy a game for. All in all pretty much the same old stuff again.
Date published: 2018-06-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's Okay, but I Got Bored... Not as derivative as other games have been lately, which is good. But, it just couldn't keep my interest, which is bad. I played 55 minutes of the demo, but just couldn't take another HOS! They are well-done, but plentiful. A bit too plentiful, and a lot of junk-piles, which have unfortunately "come back" to HOGs. I am actually surprised I got past the beginning. A boat ride to a spooky island... a boat wreck... waking up by fluttering our eyelids open... escape cuffs... find ourselves in a dungeon (well, if it has a skeleton chained to the wall, doesn't that have to be a dungeon?). It has a lot of the usual tasks (clear cobwebs, distract an animal with food, fix the broken telescope, put oil in a lantern...), huh, maybe it's more the same as other games than I first thought! Let's see what the inventory holds... lantern without oil saw handle flint lever rusted object handles umbrella battery oil Okay, not much different there. PUZZLES: my problem, and it may be I'm tired, was the instructions. I didn't understand some of them! There were the usual cast of characters. Move portraits to match the outlines on the wall. That's not puzzling for even a child. I liked the one where you had to move tokens to their color, by blocking and bumping with the other color tokens. I am so tired of the press one while it affects the others puzzles. HOS: Nicely done, if too junk-piled. For a few years we got away from junk, now it's back. Lots of HOS. I really did enjoy how you do one (put item found to open list) and then later need an inventory item to open a different part of the HOS, with new items. The old chest with stickers HOS was my favorite. But, like I mentioned before, too many for my taste! Or, at least too many of that kind, even though they were very nice (except junky!). COLLECTIBLES: morphs in HOS and some sort of hidden signs, not easy to find, but easy to forget about. A couple of things made little sense. We were hiding, yet in the same scene need to make a "loud noise" to scare a crow! Then, we have a lever in our inventory, and come to a place where we say to ourselves, "I'd better find something long, like a lever..." But, guess what? Our lever doesn't work! Nope. We say we need a lever, we have a lever, but we have to wait until we can wrangle a stone sword away from a statue! There is nothing really wrong with the game, it just didn't keep my interest. Even the BOGO sale isn't tempting me. I never recommend a game I wouldn't buy myself.
Date published: 2018-06-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Game developers were in the fog on this one First thing I noticed, besides the lousy graphics, was this supposedly experienced boat skipper crashes on the rocks. Next, the heroine, again with the female only lead, leaves her room with no shoes and, as far as we know, no clothes other than a hospital gown. Not good on the continuity here. Another thing I noticed, what's with all the looking through keyholes? Annoying. Overall this is just a poorly thought out game in story line, mini games and HOs, graphics and characters. I find nothing redeeming in this game and the only reason I played the demo to the end was to see what happens. I wasn't disappointed. The only other seemingly sane person on the island she helps turns out to be a baddy and goes after her. This is one game I definitely do not recommend and is far from anything but a 1, or maybe stretching a 2, star rating. Don't waste your money. Play the demo and if I missed something that makes this buyable then good luck.
Date published: 2018-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1½ stars…Same as the last hundred games. I quit 20 minutes in because I was bored to tears. This "game" includes all the same silly tasks as the last hundred games I demo'd. Broken glass and cobwebs I won't touch even though my life is in danger from a madman. A mouse who just sits there until I get him food…like that happens in real life. At this point, it's impossible to distinguish one dev's games from the next, because they're all EXACTLY alike. Put out a fire that magically never spreads to nearby flammable materials. Use a thick gold coin as a screwdriver. Find a paperclip to function as a zipper pull. Dig up something from a garden or flowerpot. All. Exactly. The. Same. When you're faced with the same situations in every game, there's no challenge. You already know the solution. Devs load up the same subroutines they've already programmed, slap on a fresh coat of paint, and call it a new game. It's a ripoff. And this cookie cutter isn't remotely CE-worthy. The only extra gameplay is the bonus chapter. No replayable HO scenes and puzzles, which should be standard for ALL CEs. What's the incentive to pay double the price when you're not getting double the value? Another ripoff. If you happen to like the idea of fog monsters, I recommend you play the Twisted Lands trilogy instead. The plot is a million times better and so is the gameplay.
Date published: 2018-07-01
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