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EleFun Games proudly presents the next spine-tingling installment in the Fear for Sale series.

Fear for Sale magazine has just won an award, but the celebration is cut short when the office is attacked by murderous dolls. You arrive in time to save your friends, only to find yourself blamed for the attack. Can you solve the mystery of the dolls and their connection to a mysterious businessman in time before it’s too late? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
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Fear for Sale: Tiny Terrors is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go Emma! This is my fave game atm... a decent storyline with characters to boot that I can relate to. Decent HOP and minigames. Loved the extra game too in CE. Keep making these quality games please!
Date published: 2018-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bravo EleFun games, well done indeed! I absolutely loved this game!! It was so much better then many of the CE reviews gave it credit for, but I guess that's because most people just review the small sample and not the completed game! This game gets better and better the more you play it. Granted the dolls look more like tiny humans then dolls and we aren't seeing anything all that new and different from other games when it comes to the hidden object scenes or mini-games but there were a few that were different and the hidden object games pertained to the story, not just random junk piles. I like that. I can't really put my finger on it but there was just something about this game that was so much more fun than many of the other games I've played lately. I can honestly say this is my favorite from The Fear For Sale series and I am a fan of all the games! If I had to pick one reason this game was so much more fun it would be the story, it just keeps unfolding little, by little as you progress through the game, everything you do, everything you read takes you to the conclusion. The graphics and scenes were very well done, the music fits each scene perfectly! Yes, I highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Is there a romance for Emma Roberts? 5 chapters, 17 hops. Present day Pennsylvania. Emma goes to work and some thing is wrong. She hears child like taunts. She meets a doll that is trying to kill her and something is wrong with her employers. She fights the offender and helps the people she loves. The mystery unfolds. The dolls unlike Chucky are attractive. They look like real people that are deadly in miniature form. This maker also made Mayan Prophecies, The Keeper of Antique, The Forgotten Fairy Tale and Witches Legacy.
Date published: 2018-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun, But All That Loading... The loading of all the scenes was really annoying. Could have been a 5-star game without that. Nice length, some decent mini games. Voiceovers were excellent. And it appears the detective has an eye for Emma. Hmmmm...
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This Was a Bit Different This is posted after playing the entire game. I was really reluctant to make this purchase, but I did and I'm pleased with my buy. The game was interesting and rather fun, as much as I hate to admit it. I'm not a fan of this genre, but this one surpassed my expectations. Graphics, were great as were the effects which went along with the action in the scene. The voice overs were exceptional and the music wasn't as bad as I expected. Loved the hidden object games. There are lots of them and they are well presented. They are clear and not just a junk pile. Mini games were likewise good. I even, as he proudly sticks his chest out, liked them. I did most of them and the ones I didn't I couldn't figure out what to do. So that means there are simple or I've developed a great deal of patience and intelligence which I doubt, so I'll go with simple. Others will go into the story so I'll not bore you with those details. I was hooked on the story from the beginning all the way through. The continuity was amazing. Don't get them written this well anymore. The only problem I had with the entire game was the constant loading. One would think in this day and age that wouldn't be necessary, but it did get extremely frustrating waiting for the load each time I changed scenes and sometimes within the same scene. It isn't a deal breaker, but it is obnoxious to say the least. Give the demo a try. This is one of the better games to come out here lately and perhaps you might find it as enjoyable as I did.
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall Good Game I thoroughly enjoyed this game except for the dolls. They were suppose to be creepy but came across more silly and ridiculous than anything else. I really would've liked a more believable adversary. However, everything else in the game I really did love. The cutscenes, graphics, voice acting, HO scenes, and most of the mini-games were really great. I highly recommend this latest edition from the Fear for Sale series. EleFun is a great developer.
Date published: 2018-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty Good I like the heroine in this series of games very much, and was looking forward to another one of her paranormal adventures. This one, for some reason, didn't really get my attention. I found some of the puzzles a little tedious at times, and I don't like having to go back to the beginning if I make a mistake right near the end! One maze was so slow, a square at a time, plodding along, so I just skipped it as it wasn't interesting at all. The Tiny Terrors were a little creepy in the beginning, which was fun, and as the story line developed it became clearer why there were around, but it was a long time coming. The ending was semi-satisfying, but won't give anything away. If you can get this game on sale, I'd give it a try to kill some time.
Date published: 2018-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from YOU'LL BE ONE OF US SOON Who doesn't love a Creepy Doll comes to life game? I gotta admit, I was super excited because my favorite genre is creepy horror, and everyone knows how things went when Annabelle unleashed her horrorfest! Unfortunately, the ease of the game interfered with the plot. The plot is really good and is somewhat creepy with the dolls taunting whispers, giggles, and mischevious deeds, but EleFun has got to do something about the "loading" screen that occurs after each scene. It causes your mind frame to auto-adjust and it takes away from the intensity of the moment. As far as the CE Bling, I love the Morphing Objects, Collectible Magazines and Collectible Eyes that give you more insight to the story, however, give me the option to turn off the "hand cursor" that points to them, otherwise, it says "look at me, here I am". It would be good if the Eyes weren't located on pieces of paper in a zoom zone as well, which make it impossible to miss when the zoom zone doesn't close until you click on it. My final complaint is that this is a super easy cookie cutter game. Wouldn't it be nice if a dev came up with different tasks and features? Wouldn't it be really cool if a game had alternate endings depending on the choices you make? Wouldn't it be cool if you had to figure things out instead of just clicking on everything? How about a journal that the player decides what information to add to it and you used clues you found to solve the puzzles rather than the current piece of paper that automatically appears to show you how to solve everything? The Hidden Object Scenes are bland and uneventful. (btw, on the custom mode you can turn off the HOP penalty that causes the screen to fog with too many misclicks) The very first HOP showed promise because it included puzzles to solve, but afterward, they just fell into the so-so category. Many of them are multi-layered, with Interactive List finds, Keyword finds, Multiple Item finds and Silhouetted Shape finds and there are also several smaller Zoom Zone HO's. There is an alternate Jigsaw Puzzle offered, but once again they have outlines making it difficult to not know where they go. There are a total of 22 HOS throughout the game. Mini-Games go from super simple, no skill required games to puzzles with some of the worst, most confusing directions I've ever seen. There are a total of 25 Mini-Games offered throughout the game. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1-Click when the 2 circles overlap. 2-Choose 3 bricks that share 3 out of 5 symbols. 3-Place fuses according to the clue. 4-Connect fuses w/ a continuous line of # specific connections. 5-Find the connection between all symbols & dates. 6-Find the item that matches the silhouetted shape to fight the doll. 7-Choose directional arrows to deflect the dolls attack. 8-Click the bar continuously until the meter fills up. 9-Guess the sequence of lock tumblers. 10-Navigate the tunnels according to the map, finding & using items along the way. 11-Click tumblers to enter the correct code. 12-Click to remove blood cells shown on the right. 13-Place the clues correctly. 14-Choose crest segments and select directional arrows to move them. The Collector's Edition version has 9 Wallpapers, 9 Concept Art pictures, 3 Screensavers, 3 Music Soundtracks, 12 Achievements to earn, 20 Eye Symbol Signs (collect 4 eyes to open up more of the story) 31 Morphing Objects, 15 Collectible Fear For Sale Magazines, 5 Chapters +Bonus Chapters and a built-in Strategy Guide. FEAR FOR SALE SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Mystery of McInroy Manor (December 24-2010) 3.7 2-Sunnyvale Story (January 6-2012) 3.9 3-Nightmare Cinema (May 3-2013) 4.1 4-Phantom Tide (May 2-2014) 3.9 5-The 13 Keys (November 21-2014) 4.2 6-Endless Voyage (May 1-2015) 4.3 7-City Of The Past (November 27-2015) 3.8 8-The House On Black River (April 15-2016) 4.1 9-The Dusk Wanderer (October 30-2016) 3.4 10-Hidden in the Darkness (May 19-2017) 3.8 11-The Curse of Whitefall (November 5-2017) 3.8 12-Tiny Terrors (August 12-2018) n/a by: EleFun Games
Date published: 2018-08-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Advertising between EVERY screen change! Graphics were absolutely terrific in this game and it was a lot of fun... right up until I began reacting to the advertising that clutters the game, ruining any immersion. Terrible idea, in my view, to force your customers to see advertising between every screen change; this is certainly the result of some misguided marketing person. This disappoints me more than a little, as I own most of the others in this Fear for Sale series -- which has now ended.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just No The title of this game should be Tedium. I don't understand why all the positive reviews for the SE versus the more negative ones for the CE, which I recommend you check out. There is nothing new or creative here. Even the idea of evil dolls is an echo of the evil puppets in another game series. Then we have the outworn lock pick puzzle, the crawling through the vent maze, and deciphering the combination to not one but two locks just in the demo! Not to mention the loading screens between every location change adding to the tediousness. Speaking of the crawling through the vent maze... why do you need a tool to remove the vent screen before entering the maze, but at the end you only need to pull the screen away before exiting? It was at that point I gave up entirely without finishing the demo.
Date published: 2018-08-15
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