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Grandma Studios presents another mysterious journey beyond the everyday world in The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent! 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!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 504 MB

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The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Great way to spend a couple of hours. I actually enjoyed this game and found it a great way to spend a few relaxing hours. I love any game that takes place in a modern setting and not in an ugly broken down bug-infested creepy building. I'm also a little tired of fantasy realms as well. Modern settings are rare in these games and I'm always happy to play one when I find one. This isn't the best in the series but it wasn't bad at all, I quite enjoyed it. The scenes, graphics, music, puzzles and hidden objects were all very well done. I do recommend this game.
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some parts really good, some mediocre, some just bad Really mixed bag on this game. The artistic features were very pleasing. The tasks were: - minimal - put this here - tedious - do this in exact, specific order - different - figure out where this goes. I can see where the developers tried to insert "new" or "different" so I give them credit for trying. The game is "okay". Or, perhaps I'm just spoiled because of games like Paranormal Files: Trials of Worth and Dreadful Tales: The Space Between CE and Facility 47 (Facility 47 especially where you really have to use your brain. I loved it!) Play the trial, feel whether you're compelled to buy this game or not because I can't recommend buying nor not buying it.
Date published: 2020-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from FINDING ALONSO'S TALENT Completed Game approximately 6.0 Hours (including completion of all puzzles, Bonus & Hidden Chapter) *20 Scene Locations +7 CE Bonus Chapter (+1 HO hidden chapter scene) Difficulty Range: Beginner Family Photo: Beatrice and her brother Alonso are children of Muses whose powers aren't as strong as their parents' so they use artifacts to inspire human emotions, an energy source needed to survive. Beatrice found her talent at a very young age, but Alonso struggled for years to find his talent. Nathaniel has been called to duty at the Guerra Gallery to investigate the strange disappearances of people who have mysteriously vanished shortly after being photographed. Has Alonso finally found his Muse Talent? Are his talents being used nefariously? Gadget/Helper: Nathaniel's Tattoo detects paranormal activity and is used 6 times during the Main Chapters. Each time the Tattoo is activated, you will play a mini-game puzzle variation such as a horizontal slider puzzle or rotating hexagonal puzzle pieces to complete the image. In the Bonus Chapter (CE version) Vanessa's Paint Brush Gadget replaces Nathaniels Tattoo and is used 3 times. Morphing Objects/Collectibles (CE version only) There are 54 Photos available, some are just normal photos, some morph into other objects, and there is a pull out tab to tell you how many are available in each scene. The photos combine into 5 Muse portraits collages when completed. There are 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that are used to purchase 12 different colors of paint to complete a Paint by Numbers masterpiece. Hidden Object Scenes: (Match 3 Alternative available) There are 13 Hidden Object Scenes +8 in the CE Bonus Chapter, including several smaller Zoom Zone HOPs. There are Interactive List Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Swatches Finds, Placing pictures with cut-outs over the matching items in the scene, Keywords in Sentence Finds, Multiples of the Same Item Finds, Find & Replace, and Items that match Descriptions Finds. I hate to sound like a broken record, but the HOP's were boring, what happened to the amazing HOP's you had in the recent WS game? Mini-Games: There are 20 Mini-Games +6 in the CE Bonus Chapter, including 6 Tattoo-Gadget puzzle variations. Some of the games have multiple layers or multiple steps to complete. The mini-games aren't very challenging and Grandma needs to work on adding more of a variety as far as difficulty-range goes because not everyone is a novice HOPA gamer. Bonus Chapter: New Start (CE version only) Alonso has found his talent! Aunt Vanessa offers him a job teaching other children of muses the fine arts. His first assignment is to help a young girl named Jo who is much like Alonso, struggling to find her talent! This is a somewhat short and boring chapter that retraces most of your steps from the Main Chapter. Because you aren't playing as Nathaniel in the BC, the Tattoo Gadget isn't used, but Vanessa's Paint Brush is used 3 times by playing a hidden object game to find 6 different "traces" which are basically highlighted blobs. There are 7 scene locations with 6 additional Mini-Games and 8 Hidden Object Scenes (some of which are smaller zoom zone hops) You will pick up the remaining 9 Zoom Zone Palettes which Unlocks the Hidden Chapter Hidden Object Scene and allows you to purchase the final Paint Colors and complete the Paint by Numbers art. There are 14 Photo's remaining, some of which are Morphing Objects, You must locate all of the Palettes to unlock the Hidden Chapter, but I believe you can click on any missed Pallette in the CE extra's section to jump to the scene to search for them after completing the Bonus Chapter. Hidden Chapter: Good Memories (CE version only) After completing the Bonus Chapter, and locating all Palettes, you can access the Hidden Chapter titled Good Memories. Unlike Grandma's last Whispered Secrets masterpiece, this Hidden Chapter is nothing more than a single, one-and-done, Hidden Object Scene where you locate Listed Items on 4 tabs that reveal an object when all listed items are found on each tab. You then use those 4 objects interactively in the scene to complete the HOP. It isn't very creative and it was a huge disappointment especially when compared to their last game's Hidden Chapter! Collector's Edition Extra's: 8 Wallpapers (all with Characters ?) 8 Concept Art Pictures, 29 Movie Cutscene Videos, 8 Music Soundtracks ?, 11 Replayable Mini-Games?, 11 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 15 Achievements, 54 Collectible Photos (some of which are Morphing Objects) The Photos create 5 different Muse Portrait Collages, 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that allows you to purchase 12 Paint Colors and complete a Paint by Numbers landscape picture, 5 Main Chapters (titled: Family Photo) +Bonus Chapter (titled: New Start) +Hidden Chapter (titled: Good Memories) The Hidden Chapter is just a simplistic Hidden Object Scene that can be completed in less than a minute and was a huge disappointment!! There is also a Built-In Strategy Guide. THE UNSEEN FEARS SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Body Thief (April 14-2017 ) 4.1 2-Outlive (January 28-2018) 4.2 3-Last Dance (December 28-2018) 3.2 4-Stories Untold (July 12-2019) 3.6 5-Ominous Talents (February 21-2020) n/a by: Grandma Studios
Date published: 2020-02-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I HOPE MY GAMING MUSE WILL TAKE ME FAR AWAY FROM OMINOUS TALENT 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 them. If there is another Unseen Fears game, I hope the developer will read the reviews of games in 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: 2020-02-21
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