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Amax Interactive presents the latest spine-tingling installment of the popular Grim Facade series!

When a protective charms collector finds himself pursued by a strange group of locals, you're called in to investigate. You quickly find that the latest addition to his collection is far more dangerous than he could have imagined. Now the fate of the world hangs in the balance! Can you stop an ancient evil from escaping and beginning a new reign of destruction? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Grim Facade: The Black Cube is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunned, It's An OK Game On My 2-Buy-List! *wow* Where is everybody, only 2 reviews, can’t figure this at all, must be all at Melbourne Cup! Been a while since I have liked a game of this type. Usually too dark, this one far from it, very clear and in most scenes very bright can find everything, (well nearly everything) game runs smoothly and not slow like some others have been of late. There’s no running around like a chicken with its head cut off, no running forwards and backwards and forwards, you get my drift. It’s really a clean, friendly, fun game. Why I gave this game a 5-star rating. Nearly forgot the music must be good as I don’t remember it, meaning it’s there but wasn’t annoying me. It really is a different game for a change, really curious as to how this one ends.
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE BLACK CUBE AND WHY DOES IT CAUSE SO MUCH TROUBLE? Grim Façade is another of those series that seems to never end and honestly, I was quite prepared to not even play the demo of the game let alone purchase it. However in another surprise for me, AMAX has created a Grim Façade that I actually like and have enjoyed playing. Perhaps it is because some recent games from developers have made it difficult to find one or more hidden items before we can make initial progress in a game. I really like the fact that in the Black Cube I didn’t need to scratch my head to figure out where to begin and since it was evident that we needed to figure it out quickly; I found it easy to at least begin the game. I’ve stopped writing reviews where I will give away the storyline and itemize every little detail as I believe that gamers are very smart and truly want to figure it out for themselves. After all, IMHO, discovery is half the fun of playing a game. If you want more information before you try the game there are a few reviewers here who write very comprehensive detailed reviews to provide that information for you. Although the storyline might seem confusing, I found it to be interesting and it kept me playing the game. I loved the graphics because AMAX creates such realistic characters in its games. I enjoyed the HOPS that I found to be well designed even though some items might have been difficult to find. The puzzles were terrific and although they were not difficult they were entertaining and fit well with the gameplay. I often become weary of a game when there are far too many puzzles that make it seem like we are never moving forward. Not so with the Black Cube, because I enjoyed the puzzles that included some I haven’t seen in a while and others that are my favorite types in a game. All in all, Grim Façade the Black Cube is a good game and one that I found entertaining. Not everyone will agree but at least for me it is one of the better games I have played this year. Although this game is one that I love I always recommend that you try the demo to see if it is one you will enjoy also. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2018-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Storyline This is not one of my favorite series but AMAX is a favorite developer for graphics, in particular. I enjoyed the HOPS and the puzzles, both well-suited to the storyline and not too numerous to interrupt. I play at a casual, intermediate level and I thought, at times, the direction of the game (gathering inventory) was not clear but that may be my level of play (inexperience) and not the game. As for the storyline, I loved the plot twists, and in this regard, game play was smooth, fun and truly enjoyable. The dialogue was realistic and again, the superb graphics all but brought the characters to real life. As always, try the demo.
Date published: 2018-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Black Cube I have played all the Grim Façade games and this one seemed rather disjointed. Just when you think you are getting somewhere and solving it, things change. There is also a lot of back and forth. I did like the cutting of planks and placing them. As always try it -- you might like it.
Date published: 2018-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring...very disappointed Horrible game...very slow...would not recommend this game if you enjoy adventure or a challenge...I could not get into this game and I tried
Date published: 2018-11-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from THIS STANDARD EDITION ISN'T TINGLING MY SPINE EITHER I've tried unsuccessfully to finish this game for three days now and it just isn't tingling my spine as the synopsis states. I did, however, manage to dredge through 3 of the four chapters, but I was bored to death. The mini-games aren't very exciting, and I felt like I was stealing money to pay a shady vendor for goods that were more than likely stolen. I was asked to help sort fish by a kind old man a couple of times and both times I found coins laying around as I did my "good deed." Did I say, "here, I found these coins while I was helping you?" No! I just pocketed the coins and rushed over to the shady vendor's cart right beside the kind old man's fish cart to buy an item that he probably stole from the kind old man in the first place! I always have to adjust my screen resolution to play an Amax game, and then re-adjust it when I'm finished which is really annoying. I don't have to jump through these hoops for any game by ANY other developer. I have a 27" iMac Pro screen and if I don't adjust my resolution the sides of the game are too stretched and I can't see or access anything on the sides. I can barely see the "options" icons and I can't click nor see objects that are located on the sides in the HOP's. If I try to play in the Windowed mode, the window is about the size of an index card! I've talked with others who've had this issue when they have larger monitors, yet Amax refuses to make a minor adjustment to accommodate our screens. I say this because perhaps if I weren't so annoyed with this process, perhaps I'd enjoy their games more? There are a couple of features that I actually liked, such as the Icons that tell you if there is a Morphing Rose or a Collectible Amulet in the Collector's Edition version for each scene, it even tells you if there isn't one in that particular scene. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: David and Zyrtec (or is it Allegra?) Campari are collectors of Protective Amulets and Artifacts. David was elated to finally add The Black Cube to his museum's collection, but his interpretation of the Cube's powers was vastly different than that of Nasacort's. Blinded by a burning desire to possess the elusive Black Cube, David chose to believe that the Cube was nothing more than a benevolent amulet. The Campari's are now in grave danger from those sworn to protect the Cube, and even graver danger from the Cube itself...should've listened to Clariton, turns out she was right! Can the good Detective save Flonase from the evil within the Cube, or will evil prevail? The Hidden Object Scenes are okay, but the objects tend to be a bit on the small side which is the only reason they are even remotely challenging. One HO scene requires finding items that match circular swatches and I found that some of the colors were nowhere close to the samples being shown, and I have an amazing graphics card! I did enjoy a Matching Protective Charms Pair scene, as you selected a Charm that matched the Silhouetted Shape you could read a short description of the charm's "powers" There are also several Interactive List finds available throughout the game, but no alternative puzzle offered. I did enjoy a small percentage of the puzzles and Mini-Games offered and I will admit that Amax does a nice job of offering a variety of puzzles and a nice ratio of puzzles to hidden object scenes, but I found most of them to be rather dull and uninteresting. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo which I believe sets the stage so to speak of what can be expected: 1-Swap fan sections to complete the image. 2-Select all matching symbols on the cube to remove them. -Hard Mode: select spaces to reveal hidden symbols. 3-Follow the vines and select the end of each one being held. 4-Remove all symbols by tracing lines without crossing twice. 5-Use directional arrows to place tokens based on the clue. 6-Swap identical shaped puzzle pieces to restore the image. 7-Avoid obstacles by choosing numbered directional signs to move the horse. 8-Turn over 2 cards that match each card shown. 9-Select the cloud with the evil spirit after the shuffle x3. 10-Select Symbols in the order shown on the clue. 11-Repeat the sequence of statue heads that light up. 12-Find matching pairs or roses when they opened. 13-Swap tokens to their correct spots based on adjacent images. The Collector's Edition version has 8 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Screensavers, 4 Music Soundtracks, 18 replayable Movie Cutscenes, 12 Achievements to earn, 16 re-playable Mini-Games, 13 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 12 Collectible Protective Amulets (with descriptions & origins) 18 Morphing Roses, 4 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter (sequel) and a built-in Strategy Guide. GRIM FACADE SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating  1-Mystery of Venice (July 22-2011) 4.0   2-Sinister Obsession (August 3-2012) 3.2   3-Cost of Jealousy (March 29-2013) 4.0   4-A Wealth of Betrayal (May 23-2014) 4.0   5-The Artist and the Pretender (October 17-2014) 3.8   6-Hidden Sins (July 17-2015) 4.1   7-Monster in Disguise (June 17-2016) 2.9   8-The Red Cat (November 20-2016) 4.3   9-A Deadly Dowry (October 22-2017) 2.8 10-The Message (January 26-2018) 2.3  11-Broken Sacrament (May 11-2018) 3.4 12-The Black Cube (November 14-2018) n/a by: Amax Interactive
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Easy Puzzles, Boring Game I managed to make it through the demo without dying of boredom, and that's saying something. However, it seemed the demo was exceptionally short, so I wonder if the game will be short as well. Everything about this game is easy. There are fewer HOS than puzzles -- puzzles that are so easy that, while I usually skip them all, in this game I was able to solve them with no effort. Neither were the HOS at all challenging. Although the story held out some promise, and the graphics were at times excellent, the game failed to evoke any sense of horror or dread that you might expect in a game about the threat of an ancient evil destroying the world.
Date published: 2018-11-09
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