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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!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Chimeras: New Rebellion is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So many magical creatures for one game The artwork and clarity of the graphics are beautiful and a pleasure to immerse in. The story is the weakest aspect of the game. The premise has been dealt with many times over, and this version is not terribly original and seems pedestrian. Aside from the story, the game itself is very good, especially the artwork, which is fantastic. The puzzles are mostly easy, but there are a few near the end that take more time to solve. Among the magical creatures encountered include: a vampiress, a village of centaurs, a dragon to transport you to different locations, a mermaid, werewolves, and a griffin. The sleuthing aspect is great and well done. I enjoyed myself, even though I didn't care much for the story.
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from whimsical creatures I totally enjoyed helping the creatures. Lots of interaction with creative characters. lighthearted.
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Humans, Chimeras, Demons...OUTDOOR woodland settings at night Available at BFG since 2018. Review based on completed game. I don't know much about the Chimeras series, because only this one and one another have caught my attention. The story is on the lighter side, more a mix of "magical/folklore" creatures (not intensely spooky or creepy or anything like that), but you can tell from my title, what the subject is. GRAPHICS – Beautiful, clear, enjoyable, scenic settings in the evening. Outdoor scenes, and outdoor dwellings with lots of woodland. HOPS: 12 – 14? Little and often - Sometimes a large wordlist, sometimes only 6-8 words. My only suggestion is to make the HOPS BIGGER. The windowed variety when they occur are just TINY!! SOUND: Of the 4 sound settings, Environment and Effects were very good. I silenced Music and Voices, so I can't comment on those.
Date published: 2018-06-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I'M STILL SCRATCHING MY HEAD WONDERING WHY THIS IS A GAME IN THE CHIMERAS SERIES? I just finished playing this extremely short game, which took me about 2 hours to finish after the demo which only took about an hour to complete. I didn't finish the bonus chapter because it was just more of the same. The BC continues your journey as you are tasked with healing the Creatures Holy Tree, the source of their powers. You must find the Water of the Dead within the Demons' Underworld, and the Water of Life within our world to heal the tree. You will find the last 3 Cards and the last 12 Puzzle Pieces of the fourth Screensavers within the BC. I was disappointed that it didn't allow me to return to the demo scenes to find a missing Puzzle Piece, a piece that I only missed because of a glitch where the demo left off and the purchased game began. Personally, I prefer CE versions because of the collectibles and morphs my favorite feature, but because this game is so short, I don't think the CE extra's are enough to make the CE worthy. Here's a recap of my review to help you make the decision of which version, if either is right for you: I realize there have to be entry level games introduced to get new people onboard the HOPA train, but this game has every cliche imaginable not to mention the fact that I completed the demo itself with 24 minutes remaining! Great story, I'm sure others will love it, but why is this game, or the last several games, part of the Chimeras series? Where are the Chimeras? (wbtw make no appearance whatsoever during the entire game!) Paperclip to open a broken zipper, check, oil can to remove 35 years of corrosion, check, a ring to open a secret compartment, check, a new drawer pull because the original one fell off when you gave it a tug,(and yet the new one not only aligns perfectly with the holes, but doesn't fall off when you gave it a tug?) an item stuck in the crack of a billboard, check, an angel statue missing a wing, check (why does the dragon have the missing wing from someone else's humble abode?) an item at the bottom of a drain, check, a spider's web covering an important item, check (not to mention the spider is always the size of a grapefruit) boarded up windows and doors, check (why would I assume there's an item of necessity behind something boarded up for years?) lanterns requiring a small, thin object to open the latch which is always on the inside (how did it get locked from the inside in the first place?) a candle to see in the dark (I see a not so hidden object puzzle in the making) missing emblems from every box, gate and cache in the entire town, including inside everyones houses, check, a clogged drain, check (and always clogged with 1/3 puzzle piece needed) missing water valves, check, locked house doors, check (yet the keys to every resident's locked house is laying inside the local fountain or inside a bird's nest?) missing quill and ink, check (don't worry the bird will give you her feather once you scare the bajeebers out of her whilst stealing her prized key) torn fragments missing from the family portrait, check, loose brick hiding 5-6 items behind it which doesn't cause the brick to stick out further than the rest, check, large objects entangled by thorny vines, check, gates with complicated puzzles, check (hope the fire department can solve those puzzles quickly) anyone and everyone you meet is carrying around a much needed puzzle piece, check (and they don't now what it is but assure you it will help your investigation) Here's one I DIDN"T see coming...a locked cabinet inside the jail cell requiring multiple items, both inside and outside of the cell to open it, not only did it contain random items, but it also contained a roll of toilet paper, good luck getting some TP prisoners! (how come jail cells never have a toilet?) .....moving on to the third scene... Amazingly, those cliche features aren't the deal breaker for me! I've always loved the graphics by Elephant Games, Mystery Trackers, Surface, the earlier MCF (think back on Fate's Carnival) and Royal Detective, even the first Chimeras, (Tune of Revenge) had amazing graphics. Nobody did the "creepy abandoned towns" and realistic atmospheres like this dev was able to create. For some reason, they abandoned this graphics style and went with the bright and sunny whitewashed appearance. Items are large and cartoonish and lack detail. They barely include items to interact with (turn lights on, straighten a picture, splash the water, chase away the frog, play the piano etc) The micro-details are what I miss the most from an Elephant game. Is it because their targeted group of players are aging and they feel the need to make everything large, which in turn takes away from the detail? As far as the Collector's Edition version goes, the CE has Morphing Objects, collectible mythical creature Cards, and some extremely large Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces to assemble 4 Screensavers. It doesn't allow you to return to previous scenes to pick up missed morphs or collectibles. It also doesn't have re-playable HOP's (not that I'd want to play these super easy ones) or re-playable mini-games, and even though the Bonus Chapter is somewhat long, there are only 3 very short main Chapters. I'm sure many will love this game because it has a good fairytale storyline, which in actuality has nothing to do with Chimeras which once again are m.i.a. The Hidden Object scenes are super simplistic. I found every item without looking at the list. After playing the first 2 HOP's I earned an achievement for all of the HOP related awards, not once did I have to look at the list of actual items! There is no excuse for this, in my opinion, these are NOT Hidden Object Puzzles, they are items sitting out in the open, there has been no attempt to hide any of these objects! They have mostly Listed Items with no interactions, but there are also Silhouetted Shape finds and several Zoom Zone's with 6 listed items to click on (versus "finding") after the demo, there is little to no progression or improvement. The Mini-Games are fairly easy and mostly involve swapping tiles. After the demo, I found some of the puzzles to ramp up in difficulty a tad bit, but the instructions on the more complicated mini-games were horrible and at times utterly confusing! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Swap triangular shaped tiles to complete image. 2) Find 6 matching items on 3 photos. 3) Find 6 eye symbols on a picture. 4) Swap tokens to match items related to images. 5) Rotate disc sections and place keys accordingly. 6) Place shards to restore glass orb. 7) Choose correct paths in a maze using the map as a reference. 8) Rotate lock parts according to colors shown. The Collector's Edition version has 12 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art pictures, 4 Screensavers (Four 12 piece Jigsaw Puzzles) 5 Music Soundtracks, 21 Achievements to earn, 12 Collectible Cards (mythical Creature Bios) 48 hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces (to assemble 4 Screensavers) 28 Morphing Objects (various flowers), a Secret Room, 3 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a built-in Strategy Guide. CHIMERAS GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Tune of Revenge (February 7-2013) 4.7 2-The Signs of Prophecy (October -15-2015) 3.9 3-Cursed and Forgotten (May 26-2016) 3.8 4-Mortal Medicine (November 10-2016) 3.9 5-Mark of Death (May 4-2017) 3.3 6-Blinding Love (October 19-2017) 4.2 7-New Rebellion (May 3-2018) 3.6 by: Elephant Games
Date published: 2018-06-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from chimeras: new rebellion Game pretty straightforward and interesting. I finished it in less than two hours so there's that. Game way too short. Kinda sorry I wasted a game credit.
Date published: 2018-06-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing The demo was compelling enough for me to buy the game and the storyline has been interesting so far, but the game went downhill after the demo. The instructions to the mini-games didn't match the game being played and worse, there was no walkthrough (the developer website walkthrough was a joke and absolutely laughable) to help with the lack of instructions. This is definitely not the quality I've come to expect from the series and I am severely disappointed in the lack of detail the developers gave this game.
Date published: 2018-06-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hidden Object game I believe this to be a re-release. It seems that any game with less than 400 megs is an old one although I have not been able to find the original release date anywhere. It is just that I remember playing some of these when they were first released. I think it is kind of like with a book where there are different editions. This is not the first edition. That is why it is such a short game, I believe. The game itself is okay; just old.
Date published: 2018-06-02
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