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Elephant Games presents a magical tale in their popular series Chimeras!

Astrid and Greta are the best of friends, but when Greta doesn’t report in for her semester break at their school of magic, everyone knows something's wrong. As you begin digging deeper, you'll discover the hallowed halls of Heavenfall hold many secrets. And someone will do anything to keep you from finding the truth, guarding the mysteries laid dormant in Heavenfall's darkest corners for years. Can you bring the truth to light, and help find Greta? Find out in this enchanting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Seal the Dark World portal forever in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games and earn achievements!
  • Find morphing objects, collectible spell cards, and puzzle pieces!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, screensavers, music, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 929 MB

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Chimeras: Heavenfall Secrets Collector's Edition is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST casual game (BY FAR!) since Detectives United:Origins This was a pleasent surprise. No illogical and badly designed minigames (no pure guesswork, trial'n'error crap), but well designed minigames, which were logical, and not to easy, but neither to hard. The graphics were good and atmospheric, and suited perfectly to the gameplay. The voice action also spot on, which is also rare (unfortunately). So her goes: Gameplay: 6/6 wonderfully designed minigames (with no pure guesswork and trial'n'error crap, which most other of the recent casual games has been infected with. Graphcis and sounds: 5,5/6 Very beautifull, and fitted the style of game and gameplay perfectly. The voiceacting also spot on (also rare today) Al-in-Al: One of the best casual games I have played for months
Date published: 2018-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The missing children at the Wizarding School I loved the game it reminds me of being at Hogwarts School, I loved the storyline, there are collectibles, morphing and magic cards. Loved the bonus story how it added to the main story.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from another chimeras hit I have loved the chimeras series and this one is no different. I am an old man so like the puzzles that waste a lot of my time and take my mind off my arthritis. The developers have not shown any sign of taking less care and trying to ride on former glory as some do. It seemed that the graphics are better on this one.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A SURPRISINGLY GOOD NEW CHIMERAS GAME Chimeras Heavenfall Secrets is game number eight in the Chimeras series, one that I think should probably go away, at least for those of us who are past their tween years. That being said, the original game in the series Tune of Revenge to this day remains one of my favorite all time games. Chimeras Heavenfall is a decent game and one that, IMHO, is far better than the past several in the series. Perhaps it is because I love fantasy games and am so happy to be past all of the creepy and psycho laden games of the past month. Although it won’t resonate with everyone, I quite enjoyed finding my way around this game. So what did I like or not like in the game? The graphics were gorgeous, crisp and full of color – something I happen to appreciate in the games I play. On the other hand the high-pitched voices, primarily of Astrid and Greta were not quite so good, which is generally the case when an adult script reader tries to emulate the voice of a child. What sold me on purchasing the game was the storyline along with the HOS and Puzzles. The HOS scenes were good and not quite too easy. I had to use the dreaded hint button several times to make it through one of the early HOS in the game. I always enjoy a game where the HOS are done in the original list style that is used most frequently in this game, although there was some variety thrown into the mix. The Puzzles or mini-games are really excellent, and included many of my favorites. One or two of the multi-level puzzles took some time to solve as they increased in difficulty once you hit the third level - I think I must have spent almost a half hour on one of the door puzzles alone. Okay, I hate to admit it but I never followed Harry Potter since my children were out of the nest when Harry rose to fame so I can play this game without comparison to that well-known series. I totally enjoyed Chimeras Heavenfall Secrets and didn’t need to think about what Harry would do as I proceeded through the game. All in all I have found the game entertaining and quite interesting as I worked with Astrid to rescue her friend Greta. As always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy this game as well. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Magic and spells... 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 makes #8 in this series. Yes, I have all of the others. Graphics are well done, as usual and are quite clear even in close ups. Colors started out quite nice, but then reverted back to the bright oranges. Still, for the most part, they are well done. We didn't have a lot animation in this one, but what we had was well done. Voices are not bad, but a little high pitched, trying to make the characters sound younger than they looked. Game play was very good, with no problems at all during the demo. Music was rather soothing. There isn't much in the way of sound FX, except an occasional meow from a cat you can't see. This game was fairly quiet, except for the constant music. Very little character interaction during the demo. Hops were nothing new, but scenes were clean and clear and items were not hard to find. We have interactive lists and silhouettes. I don't see that we can switch to something else if we don't care for the HOPs. There seemed to be an awful lot more HOPs in this addition than in previous games in the series. We had a combination of challenging and simple puzzles, but nothing really new. Hint system is quite helpful and it does transport to longer locations. We do a lot of back tracking in this game, and jump all over the place. There is a jump map, but again, it is very bland and boring. Much easier and faster to use the transport feature. I did like the variation of collectibles. We need to find 48 jigsaw pieces, which are fairly large for the most part and easy to see, if you look for them. They blend fairly well into the "orange" hue we have in every scene. We collect 12 pieces each for 4 puzzles. We also have 27 morphing objects. These are all musical instruments. They morph quickly, their colors are faded in order to hide them better, and can be anywhere in the scene. We also have 12 tarot cards. This series seems to have fallen off with this one. It isn't a bad game, but the story moves very slowly and there is almost no character interaction to keep you interested. We return to the same rooms way too many times. The only challenge was in a few of the puzzles. Yes, this one has the "Harry Potter" feel with magic and all that, but it needed some action to keep things moving at a steady pace. Even at that, I like this one well enough to buy it and add it to my ever growing collection. I think most players will like this one for one reason or another. I gave it a 4.0 on my scale. 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: 2018-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute but Brief Review based on full game plus bonus chapter. I liked this recent Chimeras game. If you like the whimsy and fun of Harry Potter, you will probably enjoy this game. Certainly, you will notice some similarities. The storyline was cute and entertaining. The voice over was largely well done and the music was lovely. The imagery and general artwork were beautiful. The HOPs were definitely on the easier end of things, as were most of the skill games. My biggest complaint was that this was a very short game. Only three chapters plus a bonus chapter. These days I expect at least 5 chapters plus a bonus chapter, especially for what you pay for the Collectors Editions. The bonus chapter was nice, but you won't really miss anything if you only play the main game and don't purchase the collector's edition. If you enjoy cute, happy ending, casual gameplay. This is a nice game to play.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Heavenfall the Magic Boarding School Based on the completed game with bonus content We met Astrid in the last Chimeras-New Rebellion. This time she and her friend Greta are concern that at their magic boarding school, students are missing. The professor of protection against dark forces professor doesn't like Greta. I liked the story and the game play is ok. It had too much placing things and not enough relaxed puzzles. I disliked most of the puzzles and all of them in the bonus chapter. I liked collecting the 27 morphing musical instruments, 48 pieces to make 4 jigsaw that can be used for screensavers and 12 collectible cards. I liked the hops and the unique creatures you ran into. The secret room has 13 replayable hops and 13 mini-games. I liked the game but the gameplay and not many relaxed puzzles put it into just ok for me.
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from chimeras lost in magic or is that just me I am emblemed out It is a good game not too , bad''' graphics and hogs are good, but it really is a pain of a game as far having to collect all the ***** EMBLEMS before you can really move on it is enjoyable to a point and having said all of the above pleasant and manageable game what is the rush, ok bit slow enjoy and relax Heartblob
Date published: 2018-11-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not so bad.....But not so good! This is not really a bad game. It is typical Elephant Type, which I have to say is not one of my favorite devs. I really do not like their set up for the inventory and for the hint button, map, etc. There is too much space taken up when it could be smaller.The game I thought was okay. The puzzles I liked. Many were thought provoking which is good. The story line is okay. I for one do not compare it to Harry Potter as I have not read nor watched any of those...so to me this is on it's own merits. It is not a buy for me but at least try the demo and see what you think.
Date published: 2018-11-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from BECOME SWEPT UP INTO A DARK WORLD 3 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter OVERVIEW: Detective! You are off to Heavenfall School in response to a letter from “tween” Astrid. It appears her classmate, Greta has disappeared. A secret room within the school contains a painting which transports those who approach it to an ominous, dangerous place - the Dark World. Once there, it is impossible to escape. The school’s professors have sealed this room with magic spells; however, former students as well as Greta have found a way to enter this room and become swept up into the painting. When Astrid is absorbed into the painting as well, you, Detective must venture into this dangerous world to save both girls. OPINION: Be ready to transport into a Harry Potter style world of enchantment and magic. This is a game full of potions, spells, wizards and portals to other worlds. I did not purchase this game for several reasons. First, I found the pace very slow. Most of the action, or lack thereof, in the demo, consists of searching to-and-fro for inventory items. There were not enough activities to keep my interest. Second, I found the HOP scenes in the demo nondescript and lacking any creativity. Third, I found the whimsical story better suited to pre-teens. On the plus side, the graphics are exquisite with beautifully designed scenes. I have never cared for this series, so it will be a pass for me. However, it may appeal to those who love fantasy games. MECHANICS: There are four (4) levels of play including a customized version. There are twenty-two (22) achievements. Collect twenty-seven (27) morphing musical instruments and (12) cards as well. Collect forty-eight (48) puzzle pieces for four jigsaw puzzles. These four (4) puzzles become screensavers. I found the items easy to locate; however, the scenes in the demo are cluttered with them. There are twelve (12) wallpapers along with concept art and music selections. There is a secret room which probably contains HOP scenes and puzzles you can replay. HOP SCENES: The demo has more HOP scenes than puzzles. I found the scenes nondescript with little creativity. Most are lists of items with minimal interactivity. There are also two silhouette scenes. I found only one which I felt was somewhat creatively designed. It is a scene in which the player must switch between four (4) pictures to locate items. PUZZLES: There are five (5) in the demo. I feel they are better constructed than the HOP scenes. The ones I played were creatively designed, some with three parts with each puzzle increasing in difficulty. SPOILERS: HERE ARE THE PUZZLES FROM THE DEMO: A. Moving tiles puzzle. Move two tokens on a grid at the same time, alternating your moves between the two of them. Both must reach their allotted slots at the same time. B. Maze puzzle. Using arrows, move a gold cross to push gold tokens on a path to their designated slots. 3X More tokens are added as you finish each round. Increases in difficulty C. Connection puzzle. Place tokens on the grid so that lines upon them connect without any breaks. 2 D. Connection puzzle. Connect tokens with lines upon them so that the number of lines radiating from them equals the number on the token. 3X E. Assembly puzzle. Choose from a series of squares to create three symbols which are contained within scrolls.
Date published: 2018-11-03
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