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Go on a quest to defeat an ancient evil. There's a magical world hidden beneath ours in this hidden-object puzzle adventure - but first you must gain the Sight to save it! The Shade is more powerful than ever, and magical creatures across the land tremble at the passing of the seasons. Continue the struggle with Fiona and the Storm Cat as fall sets in and discover secrets in both our world and in the Otherworld. Can you stop the Shade before the Eternal Winter arrives?

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The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Gorgeous, lush scenes
  • Achievements and collectibles
  • Unique and challenging minigames
  • See both magical and human worlds
  • Interactive map follows your progress

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  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 800 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 494 MB

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Otherworld: Shades of Fall Collector's Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 62.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of the Series I was only mildly to moderately impressed with the first two games in the Otherworld series, but this one is definitely the best of the three so far. Like the first two, the visuals are stunningly beautiful. Unlike the first one, the pacing of the story here is good, the gameplay is challenging but not frustrating, the mini-games are varied and good, and I even liked this chapter of the continuing saga (usually stories get old by the third installment, so good job on the developers' part!). The HO scenes are a little challenging at times and were the only part I didn't enjoy terribly--there are some instances where you have to move some things around to see behind them but it's a bit confusing to know whether you actually need to interact with everything or not in order to find the objects. However, there weren't overly many HO scenes, and none are repeated (!), so this was a minor concern. The hints are helpful, as well, and there are notes and a map for easy navigation, though the gameplay never really gets spread over too large an area at any given point in the game, which is also nice. In the CE, there are little dragon collectibles, which are very easy to see, as well as a fairly short bonus chapter which wasn't as fun or deeply-developed as the previous chapters, so I think the SE probably would have suited me just as well in this case. And like the previous installments, this one also lets you keep a very useful object throughout! I really like that aspect of these games. It's something more developers need to start considering instead of the use-and-toss method! Overall, a fun fantasy game (though this one involves a little more crossover into the modern world than the others). Hopefully, the next (last??) game in this series will continue the upward trend!
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great installment in the Otherworld series! This installment of the Otherworld series is a continuation of the ongoing story. I would say that if you loved the first two, you will not be at all disappointed in this one!
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MAGICAL WORLD OF FEYS AND CREATURES A continuing story of Fiona and the Storm Cat saving the world from the evil Shade, who wants a winter wonderland 24/365. Game offers a lot: challenging puzzles, incredible color, beautiful animation, danger and evil vs. beauty and stunning graphics in a magical setting. The graphics and colors are so gorgeous that you just want to touch everything (and you can without penalty) to see what they are or what they do. HOS are quite different – no crowded junk piles, no finding a list of objects which you don’t need. They are finding similar worked into an item already in the world (such as finding a number of crowns, fey characters and snowflakes on Shade’s eternal prison i.e., tomb). Flawless gameplay. The story is interesting – you don’t know where it will take you next. Extremely helpful Magic Storm Cat, who will show you where you should go or what you should do if you are stuck. The Otherworld games are near perfect and this one is no exception.
Date published: 2013-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How many times can you use the word "fay" in a game? I really like the Otherworld games, and this is a good next chapter . Beautiful fantasy graphics as always, I really like this developer's imagination. Voiceovers and music can be turned off, always a plus for me. HOS scenes are fun, and some games actually have a little challenge. Played on hardcore and easily finished the game. Strategy guide keeps pace, but doesn't have solutions to games, just the final solution. Game is a very good length, well worth the CE price. Plot fits in nicely with the series, but it's hard to understand why the main character keeps having to regain the "Sight". Collectibles are fairly obvious but beautiful. bonus epilogue sets up the next game. I recommend this whole series for adults who like fantasy games with a twist.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Otherworld: Enjoy the Journey Again At last the next title in the Otherworld series is out! I have to say that these are some of my most favorite games. The graphics are gorgeous. I love how each scene is transformed, the real world becoming the “otherworld”. The blending of darkness and fantasy is breathtaking. The characters are beautifully rendered, and enjoyable to meet. The hint system is very straight forward. HO scenes are interactive, and some are very unusual. I loved finding the fay dragons(though it’s not that hard). There are the usual achievements, and extras, though nothing unique. This one seems a little less dark then the earlier offerings, but overall still really enjoyable I am a huge fan of the series so it’s a definite buy for me, but I think that for those of you who find that the achievements sometimes get in the way of enjoying the game, you could wait for the SE and not miss out on much.
Date published: 2013-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't wait for the final one! The story line in this one grabbed you and pulled you in. There wasn't the stereotypical story that is replayed over and over, and which you can figure out from the beginning. This game has a ton to offer in its play as well. Hidden object scenes aren't just tacked on and make no sense. Instead they are in sensible places, and what's especially unique is that you can interact with them outside of the HOS. Once you find things, often you can further interact with the area. Also, not everything is strict HOS. Instead not only do you have interactive scenes, but there are multiple types of game play in single games. Much more interesting and challenging then other HOS games these days. One of my favorite parts is that you hang on to your dagger. It drives me nuts that in most adventure games you find something useful, such as a knife or a lighter, then you use it once and just toss it over your shoulder. It makes way more sense that if you find a pocket knife, you are going to put the thing in your pocket and keep using it until the thing breaks or you lose it. The one complaint I have about the game would be the small mouse click areas. I would get really frustrated trying to do some action and check the strategy guide, only to find out I was doing the right thing, just not clicking in the exact tiny, little, pin hole area. I don't know about replayability, but this game is a definite win for making me anxious for the next chapter and dying to find out what happens next.
Date published: 2013-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Otherworld: Shades of Fall CE Visually this game is always a stunner clear graphics and bright.Sounds :Just beautiful.Challenges were good but not that hard. Storyline of this game is what always drew me in since I first played it(I own the previous installments)Fiona,the Cloud Cat and yourself are still trying to find a way to get rid of the Shade.Only there's a twist in the story as to how it all began.In general: Beautiful game,storyline, challenges I would've liked if it was harder some of them were just predictable either way I still love this game.If the CE is not for you well you can always wait for the SE.
Date published: 2013-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Love The Otherword Games! I love this game! I've been waiting for the Fall one to come out, and I was so glad when I came on and saw it, that I bought it without trying it first. Now I have all three and can't wait to see the Winter one. Boom Zap have outdone themselves with the Otherworld games, and although logic will say the winter one will be the last, I hope it isn't. I love all three games, but I think this one is the best. They just keep get better and better! The graphics are awesome in this game, and so are the animations. The HOS are not in the same scenes, and they're interactive and a variety, like find the shape, find the object, use some objects to find others, and find fragments. The mini games are mostly new ones, but I did skip a few, unless I could guess at what to do. One problem I've had with all three of Otherworld games is that I don't see the whole screen. I have a wide screen, but for some reason the game doesn't go all the way over to the left, so part of the right side is cut off. On the mini games the text that tells you what to do is on the right side, partially cut off; I don't get to see the whole text. I've tried uninstalling the games, changing the size, but nothing helps. grrr But, I play them anyway, and will play this one again, as I have the other two. I like the music in this one, and I left the sound up, which I usually don't do, and I like the other sounds, too. The characters are so great in this game, and really rendered well. The scenery is such that sometimes I just spend a few minutes looking at it all. You collect 60 objects in this one, and they're not fairys like the 2nd one, but dragons. The wings are very colorful so they're not hard to spot. There is a bonus game; it took me a little over five and a half hours to play the game, and an hour to play the bonus.(I played casual) There are also achievements, and other things to see, like the art concept, music, etc. I like everything about this game, and if you are a fan of the Otherworld games you'll like it, too. It's great!
Date published: 2013-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely WONDERFUL!!! :) Wow, how I love the Otherworld series!! This is the meanwhile 3rd Game and BoomZap are still improving! Gorgeous settings, astonishing creatures, animation of the different characters is extremely welldone with nice voiceovers… And for those who are new to the Otherworld series, there is a short briefing shown in the intro. Of course you’ll have the locket to gain the sight of the Otherworld again. The change from „here and now“ to the Otherworld is simply indescribable!! Facts: 9 chapters plus bonus-chapter, 3 modes to choose from, map shows available action and is able to take you there, inventory is also your journal with important informations (you can switch between them), strategy guide follows from chapter to chapter, a dagger is available during the whole game, direction giving hint. 23 hidden-object-scenes, all just played once! Some very interactive from list, find a certain amount of items, find silhouettes, put things back in the scene, find fragments… 24 minigames, most of them not very difficult, but fun! Like, switch tiles through changing their path, Rotation-puzzles, memory, find pairs, move bars… Extras: 60 fay dragons to find and collect, 20 achievements, replayable minigames and cutscenes, soundtrack, concept art and wallpapers. Maingame ends after approx. 4,5 hours in the 2nd mode conclusively - more or less - as we all know, there will be another sequel… Epilogue (bonus-chapter) takes another 1 ¼ hours. Absolutely recommendable!!!! Enjoy!! :)
Date published: 2013-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Brilliant! BASED ON DEMO The previous two Otherworld games have been breathtakingly beautiful, entertaining and challenging. This one tops them on all fronts. Particularly impressive to me is the originality of both the puzzles and the HOPs. According to the bonus content, there are 23 HOPs and 24 other puzzles. Yet the HOPs are so different from what we’re used to, it’s hard to decide which category a puzzle fits into. In the demo so far (which I didn’t complete in the hour), we have only one interactive list, and it is so interactive almost every item is hidden from view. The others include a HOP where multiples of certain objects are required, but can only be found using an arrow system to align their two parts in the scene. Tricky. There are others, all of them different, in the demo, but you get the idea. The other puzzles and mini-games are equally original, brilliantly so, but not as difficult as the puzzles in the previous games – so far! Gorgeous to look at, they could easily keep me happily puzzling along for much longer. Skip is very quick (on Casual). The adventure side of this game is also a little more straightforward this time. There is an interactive jump map, which is handy as there is a little to and fro action. There is no journal but another delightful idea, a ‘clues inventory’, which consists of photographs of those patterns, codes etc. for use later. There are a lot of magical characters to meet, all beautifully drawn, with good voiceovers, including a white fluffy talking cat who becomes your hint button. I didn’t use him in that function, I used the map, so I don't know if he’s a directional hint or whatever. I do know he pipes up with the occasional comment of his own. There is also the Perpetual Prison, which is what our quest is all about, we must repair it in order to capture the Shade (evil creature of dark magic) before he turns the world into endless winter. We must also again rescue Fiona. If you’ve not played the other games, this will not interfere with your enjoyment, because the intro gives you a full explanation. The intro is extremely well done (voiceover, narration, cutscenes, graphics), but is not fireworks, both good and bad behave in a much more gentle way in this game. The CE includes a bunch of extras, all the usuals, plus replayable mini-games. There are 60 fay dragons to collect. Easy to find, and not very well integrated into the scenes. I didn’t like them. There are also achievements, and a room to show them off. This game is wonderful, and I may not be able to resist getting the CE on this one and upgrading the others. If you've not yet tried them, they are well worth a look.
Date published: 2013-10-17
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