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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

Grandma Studios presents the next chilling installment of The Unseen Fears series!

When the people of Lyon are plagued by haunting visions of their past mistakes, you’re called in to investigate! There’s more to this case than meets the eye as specters using mirrors track your every move. Can you save the locals without becoming the mirrors’ next victim yourself? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“I really liked the clear and beautiful graphics. The action began as soon as the game began. It was so nice to have a game where the various items were easy to see. I think that this game is good for beginners and intermediates.”  - beta tester

“I LOVED this game! I am looking forward to it coming out. The story line was awesome and the graphics were beautiful! The pace was perfect. This was the best beta I have played so far. I was sad when it was over”  - beta tester


  • Uncover a deadly force in the bonus game!
  • Replay fun mini-games and HOPs.
  • Lots of collectibles and achievements to earn.
  • Enjoy exclusive movies, music, and more!
  • Never get lost with the 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: 841 MB

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The Unseen Fears: Last Dance Collector's Edition is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from unseen you bet find your way through this one A great and fun game , so much to do and to collect morphing jewellery , whoops watch out for the man with the cat nasty man . love the puzzles and the hidden object so much fun, dance yourselves through this one ,
Date published: 2018-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why so critical? I enjoyed doing the beta test and am enjoying the finished product. If I want a great storyline I read a book. If I want to have some fun, relaxing time I play a game. I say give it a try... you just might be pleasantly surprised.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mmm, thank you... Yes it was a little slow at first, but it did pick up after awhile. Voice over and music is great. Visual superb. And yes I am enjoying the game; it is a little cluttered here and there and hoping to see more of your games.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is fun! My review title pretty much says it all. Graphics are great. It's all great except for maybe the accents. The game takes place in a French city called Lyon (without the "s" at the end) pronounced lee-ohn, not lion. The police officer seems to be the only character with a real French accent; the rest of the accents are a bit of a mishmash, but who cares? The game is a keeper. I've put it on my Christmas game list. Can't wait.
Date published: 2018-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Just Experienced My First Non-Boring Demo! This is a game about mirrors that need to stay out of people's business! There are games about mirrors filled with evil, but this one is different, presenting an interesting, unusual storyline. It begins with Nathaniel, a supernatural detective, being contacted by Brigette, in France, who is frightened and needs help. When he arrives he meets her sister, Irene, who claims she hasn't heard from Brigette in days. she can't enter her house because her key broke in the lock (of course!). Once inside, they find Brigette locked in the bathroom, dead! Thus begins our challenge of finding out who or what is responsible and why. We discover that mirrors are taunting people with regrets and mistakes from their past and the ultimate result, so far, is death, caused by the evil entity inside the mirror. I think this is a quite unusual storyline and Nathaniel has a big job to tackle. The demo was loaded with puzzles/games and HOPs. They were all so creative and unique. Two in particular were very imaginative. The HOPs were interactive and several were very different. Plus there was an alternate Match 3 available. There were two collectible jewelry pieces in each scene, unless I overlooked something else. There is a supernatural tattoo that is a helper in the game, it glows when something weird is about to happen and it is also on Nathaniel's arm. I do not like gimmicks and gadgets, but this one was not irritating. I loved everything, they were all excellent. Another good thing is the custom mode which lets us set our hint and skip recharge time. In many games it is pre-determined for us, which I don't like. The graphics were outstanding to my eye, very vivid and rich natural colors making them even more beautiful. The scenes had lots of interesting items and gave Nathaniel many tasks and clues to help solve the mystery at hand. The characters were done very well, movements were pretty natural and the voice-overs were great. The French accents didn't sound silly to me. But maybe a little too Frenchy with the sister. Well, that's about it for me. Other reviewer friends will provide much more info than I. They are very informative and helpful AND save my poor arthritic fingers from all that typing (lol). I love reading everyone's reviews! I really enjoy the Unseen Fears games and this one is on my waiting list for the next good sale, 5 stars here! God Bless....
Date published: 2018-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A DARK JOURNEY THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE MAIN GAME: 6 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 37 pages OVERVIEW: Through the looking glass you go to investigate your next case, Nathaniel. As a paranormal detective, you are off to Lyon, France to investigate a case involving a series of mirrors. These mirrors are evil, revealing disturbing and twisted information to their owners. They have a devastating psychological effect on those who possess them. You will get more than you bargained for in this case. With each mirror you deal with, you will pick up its negative energy, manifesting it upon your hand. Prepare to smash a few mirrors and restore the lives if their victims. OPINION: I found this a creatively designed game with a well-written gaming script. For me, this is a vast improvement from the previous games in this series. The pace is excellent with plenty of activities to keep the player engaged. The graphics are cartoon-like with some realistic imagery. I found the main part of this game enjoyable with some new twists in the HOP scenes and in some of the puzzles as well. MECHANICS: There are four (4) levels of play including a customized version. There are fourteen (14) achievements. Collect fifty-four (54) pieces of jewelry. There are two (2) pieces of jewelry in each scene. I found the pieces easy to locate. You can replay some HOP scenes and puzzles. There are ten (10) wallpapers along with concept art, music and video selections. GIMMICKY TATTOO: Activate a tattoo on your arm when you wish to investigate a scene via the paranormal. You will see illusions and manifestations from this unseen world. This will open a HOP scene in which you must search for items from the real world and from the dream world and exchange them within the scene. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a prequel. It involves the love story between Vivien, a young ballerina and her beau, Louie. I did not finish this chapter. However, I found the activities from first part of this chapter being of the same quality as those from the main game. HOP SCENES: There are sixteen (16) HOP scene within the main game. You can play a Match-3 puzzle in lieu of the scenes. Most of the scenes are either lists of items or search-and-replace scenes. The search-and-replace scenes are creatively designed and, to me, the best part of the game. You will play one of these scenes for each of the victims from this game. You search for nine (9) to twelve (12) items within a split scene (one depicting reality and the other, a dream state). After locating those items, you will then place them back into the scene in the proper location. PUZZLES: There are twenty-four (24) puzzles within the main game. I found most easy – some a little too easy for my taste. However, the developer did provide a couple of puzzles in which you have the choice to play the puzzles in either an “easy” or “hard” mode. Although most of the puzzles are standard ones seen before, this developer has provided some creative new approaches to some of the puzzles. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SAMPLES OF THE PUZZLES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Assembly puzzle. Using four (4) arrows, move reflections of five (5) items onto a central figure, a monkey. Once it reaches the monkey, you will need to center each item to onto the appropriate part of the monkey. Unique puzzle never seen before. B. Rope puzzle. Untangle vines so they do not intersect. C. Choice between “easy” and “hard” modes. Domino puzzle. Place dominoes on a grid, creating a path so that the pips on each end match up with the domino abutting it. D. Choice between “easy” and “hard” modes. Logic puzzle. Reading descriptions concerning a dog’s toy preference, place toys on a circular disk according to the given clues. E. Connection puzzle. On a grid, connect city landmarks by visiting each one only once. All landmarks must be visited, and you must end at a certain designated location. F. Matching puzzle. Place the owners of the various mirrors within their proper location on a bulletin board. BONUS CHAPTER: G. Switch puzzle. Switch hanging shards of glass to match the patterns underneath them. H. Switch puzzle. Switch ballerinas by color according to a given code.
Date published: 2018-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hearts and Flowers more suited to Valentine's Day Based on the finished game with bonus material. I play as Nathaniel, a paranormal detective in Lyon, France. The game starts out gruesome but it turns into a real sweetheart. With 6 chapters, bonus chapter and a hops that is a hidden chapter it's long and Very Beautiful. The placement in the Reality or Dream hops was beautiful but not fun. You know it goes in a certain area but if not place exactly it won't place. Which takes several frustrating try's. That lowered the fun factor for me. The Hops with the stained glass in the bonus chapter was very nice. You find 12 fruit and I found 3 and no more until I figured you had to change the channels to complete. I liked the hops with the roses. I liked the jigsaws and very few puzzles. I would have liked them to be more relaxed and easier. The bonus Chapter has a young Vivien and Margo and it has a beautiful flower shop. I found 53 of the 54 collectibles that are hearts, roses and it looks like a plague. I was able to retrieve it. Once retrieve, it opened the Hidden chapter.
Date published: 2018-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than the last few weeks offerings. This game may not suit many but, to my thinking, it beats the too dark, literally and figuratively, dreck that has been offered the past few weeks. In part because of my dark monitor, I'm always in favor of light and bright colors, regardless of subject, over dark. Yes, the accents are abysmal (the aforementioned "Lion" for Lyon is a great example) but this isn't a Shakesperean play, it's a little game. I dislike paranormal games but I'll buy this one because it's the first HOP game in several weeks that I've found the least bit appealing and viewable.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Still Worth It The game kept my attention and I loved the puzzles but it's not quite on par with the first unseen fears which was phenomenal. While I did enjoy the game the story was lazier than the others have been and my fear is that the quality will start to drop like it does in a lot of series as they press on. Beyond that concern I found the game to be fun and worth buying but just not as good as the first two games. Hopefully these games that I have come to look forward to do not go the way of the dodo.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Find Nathaniel a New Press Agent! Tell me if you've heard this one: Nathaniel is on a trip and finds himself being called to investigate a case. He will find himself trapped in a surprisingly short amount of time, again. If that sounds familiar, you've just started another Unseen Fears game. Nathaniel travels to the home of Brigitte, a young woman who has asked for his help while he is on a trip. He arrives in time to see her forcibly pulled away from a window. As he is contemplating the beauty of the city, Brigitte's sister arrives, concerned for Brigitte's safety. She and Nathaniel enter the house only to see an upstairs door slam in their faces. When they finally enter the bathroom, it is to discover Brigitte's body, fully clothed and in the over-flowing bathtub. From that point on, there are constant oddities in the story and game play that left me wondering who fact checked this poor little game before they kicked it out the door. After the short and trite "interview" published in the local paper with Nathaniel, I felt myself on a downward slide! There are lots of reasons why you need to check out the Demo before you buy. The biggest one involves your personal tolerance for disjointed story-telling and odd busy bits thrown in to take up time. The next problem will be deciding if you buy into a supernatural sleuth who can't see a four-fingured villain setting him up. Please play the Demo.
Date published: 2018-12-03
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