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Grandma Studios presents another mysterious journey beyond the everyday world in The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talents! Your friend Carlos, an art critic, asked you to visit Italy to help investigate the disappearance of a colleague. The clues all lead back to the same local gallery where you quickly discover that this disappearance wasn’t the first. And as the pieces fall into place, you’ll discover a supernatural web of lies, jealousy, and betrayal. You’ll have to find the clues, learn the truth, and watch who you trust to solve the case and stop the disappearances in this intriguing new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!

  • Help a muse child find her true calling in the bonus chapter!
  • Replay your favorite mini-games and unlock a bonus Hidden-Object Puzzle!
  • Collect art palettes to paint your own work of art!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, music, videos, concept art, and more!
  • 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: 641 MB

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The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It didn't grab me but I didn't hate it. I've played a game with muses before and it didn't bother me to do it again. I like the arts. The gameplay wasn't smooth. I was scratching my head a lot. I don't think it was well designed. It doesn't have that flow. You can't care about the story with the poorly made gameplay. So that just made it a OK game in my eyes. I liked being in Italy. Liked the food. The furnishing's and surroundings were very plain and I like fancier. I did like the muses and flowers scene. I liked the hops and I Loved the flower and food (bruschetta) hops. I liked quite a few puzzles. Didn't like the create paths between each number and the multi mixed picture. I really liked making the potion once I figured it out. I also liked the relaxing mini-games. Always love the extras. Collected two photos per scene and art palettes. I was happy to pick up what I missed in the end so I could open the Good Memories which is a hops. The paint by number didn't label the paint with numbers and I thought it should have. The achievements are a muse scene and it looks nice. 5 chapters + Bonus. The bonus chapter is New Start. The trial ends toward the middle of chapter 2. Replays on 11 hops, 11 mini-games, 8 music and 29 movies. 8 wallpapers and 8 concept art. There is a muse and flower hop scene that I set for a wallpaper. The bonus chapter is ok but Nathaniel should lead in both main and bonus chapters in my mind. He wasn't even in the bonus chapter. It's what happens after the main game and Alonso Ricci is a teacher.
Date published: 2020-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from NOT ME I played without sound but, I didn't enjoy myself much. The other Ominous Talents I did enjoy. Bought 2 NOT THIS ONE.
Date published: 2020-01-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I HOPE MY GAMING MUSE WILL TAKE ME FAR AWAY FROM OMINOUS TALENT The Unseen Fears has been a hit or miss series for me and Ominous Talent is a miss. I guess my HOPA muse has deserted me as I found Ominous Talent a rather dull game. This developer has presented some of the most creative and excellent HOPA games I’ve ever played but The Unseen Fears games have rarely hit the mark for me. From the beginning of the game until I finally quit playing, the game seemed to be plodding and contrived. Maybe I’ve burned out on playing unexciting cookie-cutter games that have become the norm. In defense of Ominous Talent there were some creative touches but only a few. I don’t expect developers to always come up with something new but having a plodding storyline with very slow-paced gameplay made Ominous Talent an unremarkable game. The HOS are well-designed, and they are my favorite part of the game. My favorite HOS involved finding clothing and accessories and placing them in the appropriate cabinet. It is not a new concept but one the I found a lot of fun. Most of the HOS are the list style but there is some variety in the mix. The puzzles did not grab me at all. I am not a fan of too many puzzles in HOPA games and I dislike the ones where we must navigate a car from point A to point B. I can’t think of any puzzle in Ominous Talent that I found intriguing. Something that didn’t help improve my fondness for puzzles, or to make some of them possibly enjoyable is that the instructions were terrible, and I had no idea how to even begin solving many of the puzzles. If there is another Unseen Fears game, I hope the developer will read the reviews of games for the series and then create their next game on what reviewers seemed to enjoy the most. The concept of the game is basically intriguing with Nathaniel being able to use special powers to help solve mysteries but there needs to be more. Even though I purchased the game, I doubt I will finish it as it was simply boring. The great thing about gamers is that we all have different opinions on games and something that I don’t like might just be perfect for others, so please try the demo because The Unseen Fears Ominous Talent might be a game you will love. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2020-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sluggish and contrived, childish gameplay. Based on partial demo. This is one of the slowest-moving games ever. I couldn't become engaged at all, because a quite promising storyline was executed so poorly. The HO scenes were creatively presented and interesting. But the mini-games were suitable for children. Simon Says, matching pairs, and simple jigsaws? Insulting. Exploration consisted of the usual: fixing so many broken things and finding shaped keys. This kind of stuff is tiresome and unoriginal. Production fell short of state-of-the-art realism, but its unfinished appearance had all the charm of cold oatmeal. Voice acting was terribly melodramatic. Sorry, but I found nothing noteworthy, so I can't recommend it.
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another Nope! I don't like putting down developers, but GrandMa really needs to "up its game." The most recent games just seem cheesy. That's the only word that fits. The graphics are way too much like cartoons. I miss the days when BFG had games with 3d graphics. I uninstalled this within 10 mins of trialing it. As always, demo it before buying to see if your cup of tea or not.
Date published: 2020-01-25
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