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Mariaglorum Company proudly presents Bonfire Stories: Manifest Horror, the suspenseful new tale in the chilling Bonfire Stories series!

Alan’s letter sounded desperate, but Caroline found something far worse than she expected when she came back to town to help him. Now, with Alan missing, a foreboding fog blanketing the city, and past secrets piling up, Caroline must use her wits to stay ahead of the terrible evil lurking inside the fog. If you love Hidden-Object scenes, this is the game for you! You’ll need eagle eyes to search through dozens of stunning scenes to help Caroline find the truth about the monster in the mist and to survive long enough to learn how to stop it in this horrifying, unique new Hidden-Object game!

  • Finish the experiment in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Earn achievements, answer trivia questions, and complete a bonus puzzle!
  • Collect all the skulls!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, music, videos, and concept art!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 803 MB

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Bonfire Stories: Manifest Horror Collector's Edition is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yet another great game This is the third Bonfire game I play, It has different style of game play I have never experienced before in any other HO games. Nice graphics, music and sound effects. I enjoyed playing this game a lot.
Date published: 2020-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I must be in the minority here! I've just started this game...bought it on BOGO weekend to be able to purchase another one I've wanted. This is not my first Bonfire Stories and, though I can see the point of the commenters with the low ratings, I've been completely challenged with this game so far! I have been a Big Fisher for years and "cut my teeth" on HOG's, though I have to admit I've become jaded and bored with them as they've all become same old-same old. Now this one comes along and is an HO lover's dream come true! I don't think I'd recommend this for beginners...for old, experienced eyes such as mine, many of the items are very difficult to spot and I've spent a lot of time searching the so-called "junk piles". I like that it is not puzzle-heavy and I like the concept of following the map to advance to the next scene. I truly appreciate the story being rooted in modernity and want to thank the developers for changing things up enough to keep me interested! Oh, and I don't necessarily buy a game for the "bling"...the extra time I get to spend on any game is enough for me.
Date published: 2020-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME.........To me I love this game i think its fun engaging and hearkens back to the HOPS of yore but with much better graphics and mini games. The problem is not everyone wants this format to return and I sympathize with them because this is a fantastic series and I know when I love a series and it is dramatically changed and I am not onboard with those changes it really really sucks. So what I would suggest is to make a different series for the HOP purists and keep the Bonfire series the same so nobody is alienated. But give it a chance the bad reviews are looking like they are about opinions on game format.
Date published: 2020-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At Last! Hooray! Here is a very nice, old-style (in a good way) game that offers just enough challenge to keep things interesting without making you tear your hair out. There are those who complain that there are too many HOs and not enough puzzles...well, this IS a Hidden Object game! There has been a recent influx of releases that are labeled as HOGs, but are extremely puzzle heavy for some reason. Perhaps BFG (or the gaming industry) should create a new category for such games: PHO or PHOG, to show there are more puzzles than HOs? That will allow buyers to select the type they prefer, instead of expressing disappointment and lowered ratings. There have also been comments that there isn't anything/enough to 'do'. I'm not sure what they expect to 'do', unless they are wanting to mix potions, create spells, perform medical tests on corpses, or tend to the injured...all of which require running around to find myriad ingredients, book pages, surgical tools, bandages, and people to observe and interrogate. I am in the camp that opposes running back and forth multiple times to gather bits and pieces of something just to open a door or a mailbox, and the less I have to engage with characters using a drop down list of questions, the better I like it. I'd much rather play a long HOP to acquire the key. But, to each their own. While there were comments that the game went from HOP to puzzle, to HOP, rinse, repeat, without much roaming around and 'doing' things, it happily reminded me of Madam Fate type games. Here's what I didn't like while playing the demo: There was no toggle to stop 'helpful tips', which leads to there being entirely too much 'instructing' instead of letting me explore and see if what I clicked on did anything or found anything...I don't like a character/the game telling me to find specific things that are obvious or would let me use my brain to figure out. If it's part of a conversation during a joint activity (like disarming a bomb, or assembling a remote control), it would be expected for the character to ask for a pair of wire cutters or batteries; but please don't suddenly flash the command "Find a battery" just before adding 'Battery' as the last object for the HO list in progress. And don't flash "Block the door" and then have the found objects magically fly over and block the door without any cursor help from me. What I liked: The atmosphere is appropriately dark, sort of steam-punk and lightly creepy. There are no fairies, half-animal/half-humans, no spells, no gadgets, no concoctions, no assistants or helpers, very little dialogue and the ability to skip them. The game advances in an orderly and relatively linear fashion -- no jumping back and forth between places to find little things to open something just so you can get out of the house. I loved the frequent HOs and puzzles! Many of the objects took a bit of careful looking, which is why they are called 'hidden objects'...I loved that the darker atmosphere added to the challenge. Loved that there were collectibles in the location scenes AND at least some of the HOPs (I wasn't checking), and the puzzles (so far) have been varied and require some thought. I don't play with the sound up most of the time, so can't comment on voice performances, effects, etc. Overall, I have enjoyed the demo and plan to buy this and hope BFG and the devs will give us more like it. Don't just read the reviews, try it and see how you like it. You might be surprised!
Date published: 2020-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A City Clouded By A Mysterious Mist Brings Heaps Of Fun This is a delight to play. If you like games with a great storyline with a concentration of challenging HO scenes then this game is for you. If you tend to favour puzzles then you'll be disappointed as the few that are integrated into the game are easy. I enjoyed them though as I found them to be casual fun. The voice acting, sound effects, graphics, and the background music are spot on adding the right amount of suspense. I found the storyline to be consistent with great flow. If you enjoyed the League of Light: Growing Threat released recently by this same developer then you will enjoy this one as well. Highly recommend for stress relieving fun. Cheers.
Date published: 2020-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the change of gameplay I absolutely love Mariaglorum they are one of my favorite game developers because they've always done something different than other developers. Now unless you've played the latest League of Light game you won't be familiar with this change of format so I'll break it down: The game has far more HOP scenes with puzzles and mini games in each scene to move the story along. If you are a long time big fisher like me then you know that this is how the games use to be before developers decided to focus more about story and scene interactions in newer games. My only complaint about the game was that the ending and the bonus chapter cut scenes made no sense whatsoever, it was like the developers were in a rush to finish. I absolutely love this change and look forward to what Mariaglorum will do for there other property Mystery of the Ancients.
Date published: 2020-02-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it ! This is a great little game. Nothing too taxing, an enormous amount of interesting hidden objects to find and an interesting story. Really enjoyed it.
Date published: 2020-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Understand while some didn't like it, but I loved it. I realize some don't want a game mostly full of hidden object scenes. And I realize the challenge level was not real high. But I found the game to be interesting, atmospheric and fun.
Date published: 2020-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! A TRUE HOP game! I am not going to be popular for saying this but I am really enjoying this game - it is more the true version of a hidden object game, not the games that are being made now but still being called HOG games. There is little challenge to or very few hidden object scenes these days - this was refreshing and I loved that!!!!
Date published: 2020-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great new type of Hidden Object Adventure A new format for Hidden Object games that I really liked. It keeps a focus on finding Hidden Objects and not on just switching between scenes to create an adventure. The adventure part is mostly guided which prevents guessing of what to do next. I hope many new HO adventure games adopt this style of game play.
Date published: 2020-02-22
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