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

A new reality show is entrancing the globe, but not in a good way. When strange things start happening on the set of the nation’s most popular show, it’s up to you to save the contestants and yourself! With dark forces around every turn, do you have what it takes to save the world from a horrible fate? Find out in this stirring hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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The Unseen Fears: Outlive is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A very good surprise I really enjoyed this game. Interesting story line and it went for a long time - I thought i'd got to the end & the story continued. Great value - More than some of the more established series offered on Big Fish.
Date published: 2018-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can you save the city before the televisions take all the people? A very captivating game. You never know what's in store for you. You can communicate with the paranormal and once you pick up the monster's tattoo, you either: put pictures together picking up objects from one scene and placing in another with the story of the beginning from each released captive progressing each time; or: you will be given insight to an object you may be looking for. Your main aim is to destroy the monster and send him back to where he belongs. You have a variety of mini games and hidden object games to complete to proceed from one step to the next. Of course I skipped some of the puzzles (i.e. I'm no good at getting the pipes working) and you do have the choice of playing a match 3 game.
Date published: 2018-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fresh great game! Based on the CE. Hmmm... It’s really-really strange to read all these negative reviews from those who write them to every game. Most of them complaint about same old, same old. Here is new fresh game that differ from others and it get so many negative reviews. Ok, we’ll ever get only fairies and spooky houses. I strongly suggest try this game and make your own decision. This is really great game!
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fans of Survivor will love this game! I Loved this game! I thoroughly enjoyed the heck out of this game! I don't normally purchase the CE edition of games unless I think they are going to be very good and I felt that way about this game so I purchased the CE and I do not regret it at all! This is the shorter SE version which is just as good as the main story ties up nicely in this edition, you just won't get the bonus games. I was very perplexed by the low reviews on the CE edition of this game especially by those who only played the demo. When I played the demo I was hooked, after playing the entire game, the bonus game, and the other mini bonus game I can honestly say they missed out because I had a fantastic time playing this game! The game progresses and plays like every other game we have here on BF but the story was really fun and different. It's basically a bit of a rift on the show survivor, someone with a broken heart finds what they think is an immunity idol but in the end, it turns out she unleashes a very old very baddddddddddd evil entity. Your job if you choose to take the case is to flush this demon out and lock him away again forever! I love the locations they are all regular everyday modern environments and jungle locals. I love being in regular modern, everyday settings instead of the same old same old, overly colored fantasy lands, or dark dreary, broken down, ugly, bug infested environments which we see a lot of. I wish we had more games like this. Many games lately have bored me so it takes me days sometimes weeks to finish a game, this game I started yesterday and finished today, I just didn't want to stop playing The mini-games are not really my thing but I found I played and enjoyed at least half of the ones in this game, the hidden object scenes were fun and varied, the music was appropriate for each setting and the locals as I stated before were really nice. The best part was the story you find out little by little what the story is and it becomes clearer and clearer the more you play, many games you lose the thread of the story if there ever really was one, not this game you know what you are doing and why you are doing it. You get things in your inventory and you use them within a reasonable time frame. You don't drag junk with you the entire game! I truly find it shocking and very hard to believe anyone would give this game a one star especially after all the actual duds we've been given this past year. I highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reality Show Gets A Whole New Meaning I generally enjoy new twists on hidden object games, because unfortunately many of them fall into the same standard rut. That cannot be said for this game, which features a reality show that is so close to Survivor as to risk copyright infringement and rather smartly uses that vehicle to shoehorn in the status quo story of saving the world from the demonic evil spirit that was already banished once forever. But really will be this time, we swear! It can get a little hokey, to be sure, but I liked the concept of reality television potentially sucking the souls of its viewers and causing the end of the world. Maybe I watch a little too much reality television. The game itself looks great, with solid effects and voice acting that is largely solid with a couple of exceptions. HO scenes are just enough, and you will repeat a couple of the scenes. Minigames are pretty standard and generally not challenging, especially true of the one at the end. I did like the twist that your character uses a couple of special powers, but to be honest they aren't that interesting. More could have been done with that facet. Overall, though, you could do much worse. The story moves along well, and it's predictable but largely very fun. The theme is interesting, while a bit over-the-top. I liked the chance to do something different rooted in an area we can all relate to.
Date published: 2018-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ~~THE UNSEEN FEARS SEQUEL IS A FAR CRY FROM THE ORIGINAL!~~~ This is the follow up to The Unseen Fears: Body Thief. I would recommend you to play the first installment which is intense and because there are some good and spooky moments that seem to be missing from this sequel. Do you recall and remember what The Unseen Fears: Body Thief was about? It’s about a private detective with some special skills who is called for help in Amsterdam. The authorities are facing a seemingly deranged killer that leaves their victims skinless and they have a feeling that it might be a bit supernatural. In The Unseen Fears: Outlive, your mission is entirely different. A new reality show is entrancing the globe, but not in a good way. When strange things start happening on the set of the nation’s most popular show, it’s up to you to save the contestants and yourself! With dark forces around every turn, do you have what it takes to save the world from a horrible fate? Find out in this sequel to the successful The Unseen Fears: Body Thief! This mystery game allows you to battle supernatural forces and defeat all sorts of spirits and demons while you attempt to save the world. The game does not feature new gameplay mechanics or anything of the sort, which means that if you already are a HOPA fan it should be easy to get down to business from the first minutes of your adventure. The story starts with a TV shows that goes wrong and starts spreading some kind of curse around the world, while simultaneously putting the contestants in danger. Your job is to save everyone and deal with the evil spirits in the process, although you also receive a bit of help on the way. The story is about as straightforward as it gets, so don’t expect anything out of the ordinary in this regard. This edition may not live up to casual gamers expectations; unlike the first edition. As far as the puzzles are concerned, all you have to do is find the required items in order to unlock them, as well as solve the mini-games that challenge your wits. Sometimes you just have to place the right item in a slot, while other times you have to find the correct pattern in order to unlock a container or a door. There is a lot of variety in this regard, even if most mechanics boil down to the same thing in the end. I really enjoyed the scenery even if a bit cartoonish at times. Thankfully, the scenery is quite good at distracting you, given the fact that you are always exploring interesting environments. The artwork is very detailed and in tune with the story, and the same can be said about the characters you meet along the way. There’s even voice acting for cut-scenes, as well as spooky sound effects to help with the atmosphere. It's your typical supernatural adventure game and I wonder if fans of the series compare it the original? All in all, nothing really sets The Unseen Fears: Outlive apart from the rest of the games in the genre, but that doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy the trip. Hence, you can easily spend a few hours solving quests and defeating monstrosities. I enjoyed this game and played with an open mind though I found myself comparing both editions. Demo and give this sequel a chance. Who knows? Some casual gamers may like this edition just as much as the first, if not more so. Cheers!
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Unseen Fears: Outlive I liked the effects and mini games are fun
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally a game I can get my teeth into I thought this was going to be one of those boring back and forth games but turns out this game has some great game play. Took a while but finally came around. I'm not going into a long description because there are others who like to do that but I will say the story flows along logically and with no snags. The graphics were great and characters were well drawn. I really enjoyed playing this one, I bought it and I recommend it.
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ready for an OK Game? Here it is! Fleur won the survival game show, "Outlive" against Jack, Mina, and a few other contestants. Unfortunately the game was more deadly than the players or the studio team knew. An ancient demon is using the show to capture enough life force energy to take over the city and then the world! Nathaniel is a magic investigator, fresh off his last case and in L.A. to rest. He is quickly drawn into the snare the demon has laid for the fans and contestants of "Outlive." Good stuff: I liked the HOPs associated with Nathaniel's new ability to read the past from an artifact. These HOPs featured several scenes that had misplaced items that belonged elsewhere. The scenes split into more possibilities as items were found and placed in the first two scenes. Otherwise there were the usual puzzles and the HOPs had a Match-3 alternative. Artwork was nicely drawn and colored. VO's were very good and characters were more developed than usual. Bad stuff: Most of the challenge was in those pictorial HOPs I liked. Everything else was a walk in a very small park. There were the usual logic problems and an over-the-top demon. Please try the demo for yourself and make your own decision.
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from RIDICULOUS PLOT TEDIOUS GAME PLAY Unfortunately, the only feature I enjoyed in this second addition to The Unseen Fears series, was finding the collectible Masks, that were very cleverly hidden in each scene location. And to double up on the unfortunateness, the Masks are only available within the Collector's Edition version. I actually gave the CE version, 3 Stars on my review of the demo, but I quickly discovered that after the demo, there was very little improvement, in fact, the plot just kept getting more ridiculous chapter by chapter, until I had finally had enough! Not all my feelings are negative about this game, there are 5 Chapters total, and the chapters are quite lengthy, so IF you like this story line, it's well worth the money, even more so with the CE version which also has a Bonus Chapter AND a Hidden Chapter! Shortly after posting my CE review, another reviewer contacted me in the forums, telling me that it was only a game, because I had made a comment that the plot was so over the top. I get it, but The Unseen Fears should be about the paranormal, not about a million different weird features that are about this and that, going in a million different directions. For instance, after the demo there's a man glued to the wall, and he's a shapeshifter, but it has nothing to do with how things got the way they are, it wouldn't matter if he wasn't a shapeshifter. Then I use a curse antidote on the lizard lady, and it appears to burn a hole into her shoulder. The next thing I know, A Hidden Object Scene appears on her shoulder! It's just weird, and this isn't a fantasy game, well it is, but it's not supposed to be! For what it's worth, here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Nathaniel Wilson is a brilliant detective (he's brilliant, the newspapers say so) with some pretty sweet tatts. (that part isn't in the newspaper, I totally made that part up) What's so sweet about Nathaniel Wilson's tattoos you may ask? Well, for starters, the tattoos give him supernatural abilities. With a quick flick of his wrist (after rolling up his sleeves first of course), zap! The unseen is now visible, ta-dah! It's okay, I wasn't impressed either, but eventually he sees peoples memories (not very newsworthy either) Nathaniel has just finished up his Amsterdam investigation, so he decides to do a little R&R at the Outlive Bar. He doesn't even get the chance to crack open a beer when the next supernatural case lands right in his lap, what are the chances of that!? (cuz he has supernatural abilities and a supernatural phenomena has just occurred at THIS exact place and time, turn the page) Looks like vacation's over Nathaniel, time to roll up your sleeves and start flashing that tattoo all over Los Angeles. Nathaniel could sure use some Mystery Tales sunglasses, because everyone in the entire city has blinding beams of lights streaming from their eyeballs! These death rays can only mean one thing.......the force won't be with them for much longer at this rate! Nathaniel brilliantly uses his spidey-senses (because he's brilliant, remember?) and picks up a newspaper, where he discovers that strange death's have been occurring for a couple of weeks! After much deliberation, he deduces that the cause of death is because they were all drained of energy. I'm sorry, what???? How exactly does a coroner determine whether or not a person has been drained of energy? Does he have an energy meter? Is there a posthumous test to prove this? Wouldn't ANY dead person be void of energy? Am I the only one who questions these ridiculous statements? Moving right along to the Hidden Object Scenes, or lack thereof. Granted, I may not have made it as far through the demo as most, because I was taking notes with my life's energy before it depletes, but I only came across one very small Interactive List Zoom Zone HOP, and one regular sized HO Interactive List find puzzle, which was repeated in the same location as a Multiple Item find puzzle! I'm not a huge fan of most HOP's, in fact, I've always wished they would add a skip feature to the HOP's, but shouldn't there be more HOP's in a HOPA game? So I guess this is more of a PAG, but I was HOPAn for a little more. There is an alternative Match 3 game to play, but there are no large matches or power-up boosters available to make it a little more appealing. The Mini Games are far too easy to master. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Restore the broken TV glass is a 2 part puzzle, by dragging glass shards correctly. The first puzzle has 3 huge chunks, the second puzzle has about 8, slightly smaller chunks of glass. 2) Rotate the small triangles to match the tiles' colors, use the arrows to rotate the large triangles. 3) After finding the balls to the pinball table, you won't become a pinball wizard, because you don't even get to play a pinball game? 4) Select green circles to find the correct route to the TV studio. Or you could use your newfound x-ray vision, if your life energy levels are good to go. 5) Free the ladies from their shackles by finding matching pairs of shackles. Of course you can use a chainsaw to cut through metal shackles, wires, rope and heavy gauge chain links, which btw, are frighteningly close to the "ladies" 6) Rotate the rings of the disks in a two part puzzle in between your chainsaw scenarios, moving one disk may affect others, actually moving one disk will affect others, all of them. 7) Choose the correct answers on the screen based on the clues in the album. 8) Swap the petals to their matching colored masks, using directional arrows to swap adjacent petals. 9) Mix ingredients to create a Curse Antidote. Any curse. Yep, with just a few household items, you too can whip up a batch of Curse Antidote. Does someone you know have a mask stuck to their face? Curse Antidote. Does someone you know have beams of light piercing through their blank eyes? Curse Antidote. Does someone you know have missing life energy? Curse Antidote. It slices, it dices, it even julienne fries. Curse Antidote. (available at participating stores, tax, title, fees and licensing are not included) Curse Antidote. THE UNSEEN FEARS GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Body Thief (March 16-2017) 4.0 2-Outlive (December 30-2017) 3.7 by: Grandma Studios The Collector's Edition has 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 8 Music Soundtracks, re-playable Movie Videos, Mini Games and Hidden Object Scenes, 15 Achievements to earn, 72 Collectible hidden Masks, a built in Strategy Guide, a Hidden Chapter ( Until it Sleeps) and a Bonus Chapter (Arisen) Curse Antidote!
Date published: 2018-01-29
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