Fear For Sale: The Curse of Whitefall
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EleFun Games brings you the next chilling installment of the Fear for Sale series!

Paranormal occurrences are spooking the workers and halting construction at a hotel site in Alaska, so you’re sent to investigate. Things quickly turn dark as apparitions try to keep you away and you’re transported into the past! Nothing is as it seems in this old mining town. Can you keep history from repeating itself and save yourself in time? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1197 MB

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Fear For Sale: The Curse of Whitefall

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Fear For Sale: The Curse of Whitefall is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Time Travel and Murder Mystery Versus Sleeping Potions and Bad Logic This newest game for the Fear For Sale series has both Time Travel and a murder mystery going for it. Unfortunately, with each good thing comes a liability. Gamers will have to decide how each element lands on the balance scale. Norm loves Olivia. Olivia's Daddy, the Sheriff of Whitefall, does not like Norm. Olivia is murdered. Fast forward one hundred and five years and Emma Roberts, our journalist from Fear For Sale magazine is on her way to investigate mysterious happenings at the site of a new resort hotel being built on the spot where Whitefall existed until it burned down in 1912 and was never rebuilt. Emma is thwarted on every side as she gamely tries to get to work with very little help from the single local resident who seems to be the only one around when she arrives. Good stuff: All the usual game elements including a Puzzle alternative to the usual HOPs, familiar puzzles, lots of beautiful artwork and music. The VO's and animation were well done. Emma has another mystery afoot, with a little time travel thrown in for novelty. Bad stuff: The usual failed logic rears its head as you find pieces to a safe lock everywhere from a public fountain to an abandoned wagon in the woods, with the key hidden in plain sight. And you get to do odd stuff like making not one, but two sleeping potions just in the demo. Yawn. Bottom line: The time travel and story line may be enough to peak your interest. Give the demo a try to see if you want to investigate with Emma.
Date published: 2017-11-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from complicated storyline, laboured gameplay This game has its moments , but it felt short on many features. The previous FFS (Hidden in the darkness) was more enjoyable (and Nightmare Cinema still my favourite so far). The graphisms are correct and varied (like the vault and the shaman temple towards the end , well done) but the storyline was not enjoyable , it did not kept my interest very long with these time loops it began to be confusing ; besides, there is too much talking , too many explanations , too many ghost apparitions , too many sheets of paper to read (that says a lot when a game needs to explain itself so often), and i could have done without the loading screens between playing areas and without the gimmicks of the darn amulet. A few of the mini-games were interesting but that was the minority of them , and too many sequences that tells the story while finding hidden objects. This is a common trend in games and often superfluous informations making the storyline even thicker to the point it becomes ingestible. I suppose that if one can handle the storyline of this game , he would see things differently , but from my sight the game became more and more boring. What i liked the most : -the music which was very good , quite pleasant and appropriate -some HO scenes have a few objects really hidden -the duration of the game is long (well, in this case it wasn't a good thing but still is a quality worthy to be mentionned).
Date published: 2017-11-05
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