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Mariaglorum Company proudly presents Bonfire Stories: Manifest Horror, the suspenseful new tale in the chilling Bonfire Stories series!

Alan’s letter sounded desperate, but Caroline found something far worse than she expected when she came back to town to help him. Now, with Alan missing, a foreboding fog blanketing the city, and past secrets piling up, Caroline must use her wits to stay ahead of the terrible evil lurking inside the fog. If you love Hidden-Object scenes, this is the game for you! You’ll need eagle eyes to search through dozens of stunning scenes to help Caroline find the truth about the monster in the mist and to survive long enough to learn how to stop it in this horrifying, unique new Hidden-Object game!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 645 MB

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Bonfire Stories: Manifest Horror is rated 1.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring I only did the trial, glad I did not spend the money. This "game" is one HOP after another with little point and a dull plot. The only real object is finding tanks of nitrogen with which to douse the bad guy and get more time for the boring HOPs. There were no challenging puzzles. I found this to be very boring, not very challenging and only worth the time spent on it to find out it was a poor quality game.
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I DON'T MIND THE VENUE BUT THE PUZZLES & HO'S WEREN'T VERY CREATIVE (& certainly not as good as the last game with this format) Completed Game approximately 5.5 hours (including completion of all puzzles & CE Bonus Chapter) 32 Scene Locations Difficulty Range: Beginner-possibly Intermediate This is simply a Hidden Object Game with Mini-Games and a weak plot. Each Scene is a whole room Hidden Object Scene where the goal is to find neon batteries to make a fog-clearing apparatus more powerful which allows more HO scenes to become available. I LOVED this concept in the last game by this developer in a different series, but they clearly didn't put forth the same effort as they did with the previous game! The infamous voice-actress, Lani Manilla is the same voice for 2 different characters, (in all fairness they are aunt & niece) she is a very talented woman, but I found her soliloquy, detailing every thought, action, and observations, to be annoying and downright grating, by the end of the first chapter! Collectibles & CE Bling (CE version only) There are 32 Collectible Skulls located in the main scenes as well as the original Hidden Object Scenes, some of which are very well-blended into the scenery and difficult to spot. There are no collectibles in the very short Bonus Chapter and other than the usual wallpapers, concept art, music, videos, and achievements, there's no incentive to buy the CE version, I regret using my free CE code! Gadgets/Helpers: There is a Monster-Mist Clearing Machine Gadget that is used 7 times with an associated mini-game (which I actually ?'d!) You complete available Hidden Object Scenes to collect groups of 3 Neon-blue Batteries then return to the Machine to place them and solve a mini-game (described below in the Mini-Game section) which in turn, opens up more areas of hidden object scenes to search for more batteries, lather, rinse, repeat. Hidden Object Scenes: There are a whopping 48 Hidden Object Scenes +10 in the CE Bonus Chapter. I was blow-away by the HOP's in the league of light because the scenes were beautiful, creative, entertaining and challenging, but these HOP's were not! Many of the items are tiny and others are located on the dark outer fringes that are impossible to spot. I still like this "Whole-scene HOPA-HOG-hybrid concept (occasionally not every time) they aren't HO scenes located in an area of the room, they are located in the entire room. Each scene is accessed via the pop-up map, available HO scenes have green marker points, red marker points can't be accessed until you have the equipment required. Most are simple Listed Item Finds (25), but there are also Keywords in Sentence Finds (1), Spot the Differences (1), Multiples of the same Objects, such as 20 Bobbers, 12 Pressure Gauges, 20 Crosses, etc.(9) Pairs of Objects Finds (7) Silhouetted Shape Finds (2) Swatch Finds where you find areas in the scene that match a swatch sample (2) Symbol Silhouettes where you find 2 partial symbols that match the silhouette when combined (1) Some of the HOP's have a puzzle or mini-game to solve and many of the scenes are repeated in chapters 3-5, and most of the scenes have a Collectible Skull. (not available in the repeated scenes) Mini-Games: There are 31 Mini-Games +4 in the CE Bonus Chapter. Unlike their last game in the league of light series, these games were nothing special and certainly not challenging, and very few of the Hidden Object Scenes included puzzles. There is a repetitive game (7x's) associated with the Machine which requires connecting color-coded wire nodes from the right & left columns, to the central fuses which must have the correct colored wires attached (1 from the left, 1 from the right). I actually loved this puzzle that increased with difficulty each time by adding several wire nodes that required specific color combinations! Here are a few descriptions of the puzzles you'll encounter throughout the entire game: ?-Connect color-coded wires from the left & right to the central fuse x7 ?-Insert the specified number of pins into each numbered cell on the grid. x1/Make a specified number of connections horizontally, vertically, or diagonally x1. ?-Move marbles to their matching-colored slots by rotating disc rings and moving colored marbles to empty slots. ?-Tetris style game placing various-shaped boards/Blocks style games where you move blocks vertically & horizontally to clear a path for the main block to escape. ?-Manual dexterity puzzles that require dragging a marble through tubes w/o touching sides/puzzles that require sliding objects along tracks to their correct destination. ?-Memory matching games where you flip over two cards at a time. ?-Pipes variations drawing water from valves to turn corners/Turning valves to set all gauge needles to the green zone (1 affects others) ?-Swap Tile variations to complete image/Swap pie-shaped pieces to create a clown face. ?-Direct colored beams of light by placing lenses to change the direction of the light beams. ?-Escape from the monster by moving up to 2 spaces each turn, but the monster can move 3 spaces if he sees you. ?-Choose the correct emotions so that Sorrow reaches a level 5 before all other emotions. Bonus Chapter (CE Version Only) The Bonfire stories continue where the game left off but this time the story is told by the town's barber from a different perspective. This is a short chapter with just 10 Hidden Object Scenes and 4 Mini-Games. There are no Collectible Skulls in the Bonus Chapter and it was a rather boring ending. Collector's Edition Extra's: 17 Wallpapers (most have no characters yay!), 36 Concept Art Pictures, 8 Music Soundtracks, 31 Movie Video Cutscenes, 8 Achievements including the famous Mariaglorum achievement of answering 3 questions about the game (6 of the achievements are in 3 categories) 40 piece Fresco Puzzle (FYI: can be completed at ANY time, even before playing the game, and you'll earn an achievement for completion) 32 Collectible Skulls~1 in every scene including the HOP's (You can return to any scene to pick up missed Skulls by clicking on the empty Skull slot in the collectibles Tab) 5 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-In Strategy Guide. BONFIRE STORIES SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-The Faceless Gravedigger (June 16-2017) 4.5 2-Heartless (October 19-2018) 4.5 3-Manifest Horror (March 15-2020) n/a By: Mariaglorum Games
Date published: 2020-03-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Another Ho-Hum HO Game The story is weak, the hidden object puzzles are run-of-the-mill, so the game isn't anything special. Big Fish has had a run of bad games lately that are so alike, you can't tell one from the other. And to the develops of the Bonfire series, give players the option of muting bad voice overs by amateur actors. It just makes the games kind of annoying - I don't pay for bad acting at the show, I won't pay for it in a game where I pay almost as much.
Date published: 2020-03-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bonfire Stories are going downhill - like many other games What a weak and boring story line. The whole game you are searching for batteries in different locations. No action, no story, just HO Scenes and mini games. MariaGlorum was once one of my favorite developers, I am really disappointed lately and will not purchase it anymore.
Date published: 2020-04-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Set fire to this one and retreat Worst game in this series which, until now, has been good. The story was very ho-hum. The only way to progress the game was via every HOP. There was no travelling room to room. Lots and LOTS of talking. In fact, it was pretty boring and I was glad to finish the game. Such a disappointment. Maybe the next one in the series will be better.
Date published: 2020-04-12
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