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Elephant Games returns with a brand-new tale of despair and deception with Chimeras: What Wishes May Come - Collector's Edition!

Derek Pierce blames himself for the accident that caused his wife's coma. His support group has helped, but he would do anything to see Christina awake and happy again. But Derek is about to learn an important lesson – be careful what you wish for. When a strange, genie-like creature confronts him outside the clinic one night with a special offer, Derek sees a chance to make things right, but he didn't consider what he was sacrificing to make his wish a reality. Now, Derek is in a race against time to find out where the creature came from and what its true intentions are before it returns to collect! Prepare yourself for a heart-wrenching tale of deception and personal sacrifice in this powerful new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Reverse an ancient ritual and save Robert in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Collect all the cards and puzzle pieces and share in the wisdom of the past!!
  • Outwit the deadly genie with an official strategy guide!
  • Download beautiful wallpapers and a memorable soundtrack!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 984 MB

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Chimeras: What Wishes May Come Collector's Edition is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Chimeras is in the Bonus Chapter I also seen a Chimeras on one collectible card. I really like the Secret room with the 61 morphs in four scenes. Some morphs are too tiny. All the hops are fun. I only liked half of the mini-games. I didn't like the curved shapes, car, planet signs or germs mini-games. I have all the achievements except finish all the mini-games. I wish they wouldn't have this achievements as I like games mainly for the hops, extras and the story. I do like the way Elephant does achievements. I like adding things or having things materialize. This story is creepy. I liked the teeth on the fish. This story has a Genie, Fortune teller and a Scientist. It bothered me that the Fortune teller didn't have a name. It has 3 chapters + bonus, 5 wallpapers, Secret room with 61 morphs, 12 collectible cards with wise saying, 48 puzzle pieces to put together for 4 screensavers. Replay 13 hops, 14 mini-games and 5 music.
Date published: 2021-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Considering what we've been getting this game is a goldmine! I actually had a lot of fun playing this game it was interesting, the storyline in the main game was pretty darn exceptional and it was coherent and made sense to me, so I'm surprised by some of the reviews that said otherwise. There were no Chimeras in the main story but the bonus game did have one and the story for the bonus play was actually pretty good as well. Now I've been playing HOG's/Adventure games for 10 years now and it isn't a really incredible game but definitely worthy of an excellent rating because it was interesting and fun. Weird title considering the main game didn't have Chimeras, so there's that. There were some tedious tasks but that's to be expected in these games. I keep hoping that something AMAZING will come along but I was content with the gameplay in this one. It won't work twice. Give it a shot at least, I think you will be pleasantly rewarded.
Date published: 2021-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Edition to the Series! Loved this game! A little different from past games in this series but the change is welcoming. Loved everything about this game: storyline, characters, graphics. Perfect; highly recommend!!
Date published: 2021-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved this game I could not stop playing I love this game. I was disappointed that it did not have a bonus chapter.
Date published: 2021-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 3 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 36 pages. My Time - 5 Hours OPINION: Wish you had a nice easy breezy game to play – one with a great story– one filled with lots of activities? Your wish will be granted with this newest monster fest. Although I have never cared for this series, I found this game better than the earlier ones within the series. It is a short game. I completed the entire game in five (5) hours, playing and completing most of the puzzles. Nevertheless, this is a quality action-packed game. For me, I prefer a quality game over a boring long one. There are two collectibles, jigsaw pieces and cards containing witty sayings and commonsense advice. As in other games from this developer, the jigsaw pieces are used to complete four puzzles upon completion of the game. However, for an added twist, in this game, the jigsaw pieces must be rotated to be positioned correctly into the puzzles. There is an expedition room which allows the player to return to scenes to retrieve missing collectibles. As in their other games, this developer has a secret room which provides for more item searches within the game scenes. These searches are timed unlike those in the main game with more items added with each search. I found the graphics appealing. WHY 5 STARS? I am awarding 5 stars to this game for the vast improvement in this series. I found this game well-crafted with a much better story and better activities as well. However, compared against other developers, I would give this game 4 stars. This is a decent, but not outstanding game. Judging it against earlier games in this series, this game, to me, is a vast improvement. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 22 achievements. • Collect 48 puzzle pieces for 4 jigsaw puzzles to be solved upon completion of the game. • Collect 12 cards. • 5 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Replay 13 HOP scenes and 14 mini-games • Secret Room in which the player returns to the game scenes to search for additional items. • Expedition Room available upon completion of the game. Player can return to game scenes to recover missing collectibles. BONUS CHAPTER: It is another story. Join lovebirds and paranormal investigators, Sarah, and Robert, as they search for ghosts in the chapel from the main game. When Robert wishes to have the roar of a lion and the speed of a snake – he gets his wish – he becomes a chimera. Playing Sarah, you must now save him through a ritual. I enjoyed the tongue-in-cheek humor within this chapter. However, I was not completely awestruck by the activities. I feel the puzzles and HOP scenes were much better in the main game than in this chapter. There are five (5) HOP scenes, one mini-HOP scene and six (5) mini-games. Continue to collect the collectibles within this chapter. HOP SCENES: There are sixteen (16) HOP scenes, thirteen (13) of which can be replayed upon completion of the game. There are a few mini-HOP scenes in which a small number of items (usually six) are to be located. There are standard lists of items, storybook scenes with items highlighted, and silhouette scenes. Some of the more unusual searches include a rebus scene and a search-and-replace scene in which the player locates items and places them in the proper location within the scene. Some of the scenes I felt were creatively designed including searching for items on a genie’s back. However, there is one scene in which I found the items impossible to locate. The items to be located are placed on dream catchers. I could not make out most of the items on the dreamcatchers. MINI-GAMES: There are twenty-one (21) mini-games. I found most of the puzzles easy to solve with only a couple which were of middle difficulty. They are varied, and variations of ones seen in other games. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MIN-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Assembly puzzle. Rotate scarabs on a grid so that lines protruding from each one matches the formation on a given diagram B. Sliding tiles puzzle. Slide snake tokens up and down so they align with their matching color on the left side of the grid. C. Assembly/Switch puzzle. Switch the halves of 9 cards so that each one is complete and each set of 3 cards are related in some way to 3 given images. D. Assembly puzzle. Rotate two dials, one containing the bottom half and one containing the top half of a set of masks. Rotate until an image of a mask which is formed - matching one given at the top of the screen. BONUS CHAPTER: E. Checkers puzzle. Move tokens by jumping over each other until only one remains. 3X. Increases in difficulty. F. Map puzzle. Move a car through a road avoiding obstacles within its path. You have 5 lives before restarting the puzzle. G. Maze puzzle. Move a ball through a maze to its exit on the bottom of the maze.
Date published: 2021-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Collector's Edition for sure. Good game. Story line was little different with the bonus chapter the best. Just like most games in this type of game one looks for items to help along the game path. No to hard with a couple a little hard. Puzzles were not to many and a little hard compared to the other parts of the game. Collectables are not to hard with again a couple rather well hidden. It is longer game it seems than most of the newer games. The bonus chapter game is a little long also. I liked the bonus chapter a little more for some reason. If you like a game that is a mystery type with a little creepyness and search for items I think you will like this game. Try the free part and if you like that part you will like the rest of the game. You don't like it then don't bother .
Date published: 2021-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Where's My Chimera? Another in a favorite series! This Chimeras entry doesn't actually involve anything particularly chimerical, at least in the main game, but it does involve an evil Djinn granting wishes. As is usual in such a transaction, the Djinn tends to come out on top. Our hero - it's a fellow who has inadvertently put his wife into an auto-accident-related coma - intends to swap his wish for her life and it turns out that the price will be a year of his life a spectator in his own body as the Djinn does...well, it doesn't sound promising. And so how to cheat the cheater? Pros: busy game, plenty of HOs and mini-games, straightforward plot with a rather delightful supporting character in the Fortune Teller, the best-drawn character in the story, who appears in the Bonus Game as well. Adequate to good graphics, good to very good voice acting. Nice variety of locales. Cons: lots of back and forth, and a very useful map that is unfortunately necessary at points where the next action isn't obvious from the plot. Mini-games a little on the too-easy side for experienced players. Bonus game: a husband and wife team of paranormal investigators hits the jackpot, only to result in him turning into a chimera. Yes! A chimera in Chimeras! I thought they were going to cheat us. Their backstory romance is actually quite charming, and it falls to the Fortune Teller to help the lady make things right. Excellent voice acting for all three characters. Overall, a solid entry in a series that was starting to feel a little strained. It's too bad that only the CE players will actually get a Chimera, which may lead to some head-scratching for the SE players who get none. Nothing spectacular, but a workmanlike effort that is well worth playing.
Date published: 2021-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Way to short!!! I love Chimeras games, played and bought everyone of them, so when I saw a new Chimeras game was out, I was sold before I even played it, and don't get me wrong, it was a great game, but WAY WAY TO SHORT!!!!!! I'm one of those people who take their time playing a game, most games I play last me a week, I'll finish it just in time for the new game on Thursday, but this game lasted me 2 days, that was it, 2 lousy days, including the bonus chapter, and I took my time!
Date published: 2021-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Wish This Would Have Come Sooner... Setting: You are Derek Pierce. Your wife Christine was severely injured in an auto accident that was your fault. While she lies in a coma, you attend a support group for people dealing with extreme grief. Outside the group's meeting you find a strange lantern from which a genie appears. The genie promises to completely heal your wife - in exchange for one year of your life. You quickly agree but... all is not as it seems and there is more to discover. I felt myself drawn in to the story in spite of an, "Oh no!" when the genie appeared. The trial does not reveal the "grand plan," so you are left to wonder where this is leading (I certainly hope it doesn't follow the usual path). The artwork is in a realistic style and is good in both the cut scenes and the stills. Game play is solid but not spectacular, as is the voice acting which is done with little emotion. Music is nice and not intrusive. CE extras: Collectibles are 12 pictures and 48 jigsaw pieces. Replay of 13 HO's and 14 mini-games. Secret Room and wallpapers, etc, All in all it seems a "well done" is in order. If not for the ordinary game play I would have given this five stars. Seems like the kind of game I've been wishing for...for about a year of my life.
Date published: 2021-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Chimeras: What Wishes May Come - Collector's Edition Liked the game and kept getting more interesting but nothing extremely interesting. Overall a good game. Graphics were very nice. Would be a good game for someone enjoying hidden object games.
Date published: 2021-08-11
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