Dark Dimensions: City of Fog

Dark Dimensions: City of Fog

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Silvertown was swallowed by fog and disappeared from the face of the earth 100 years ago. Search for a town consumed by fog! Unlock forbidden doors and uncover mysterious items in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1280 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 357 MB

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Dark Dimensions: City of Fog is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 89.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from UnBelievable! Excellent! Perfect! Oh my God, this game was PERFECT in every single way! The locations were beautiful, clear, interactive, living & breathing, easily navigated, interesting, cozy & each one different from the other (Hotel, Photo Shop, Grave Yard, Train Station, etc...) While at first some of the locations seemed like they were just background, eventually you could find a way to enter them! This was so fun & cool once you discovered the way. The Storyline was Top Notch. Slightly familiar, but with enough of a major twist that it kept things fresh & interesting. There were people to interact with, plus very good voice-overs. This meant you never once got that lonely, solitary feeling. Navigation was a breeze & you almost always knew where to go next. I only needed a couple of nudges later on in the game. There were just the right amount of HOS & all of the objects were fair, clear & easy to find. The HINT system worked just fine & recharged fairly quickly. There were some nice creepy surprises, such as specters in the keyhole, ghosts in the mirror & codes appearing in developed photos. Overall I give this game a Perfect score, a huge jump from the series last "Wax" title. I can't wait to see more greatness from this development team!
Date published: 2012-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dark Dimensions: City of Fog SE Lillian and William were about to be married in Silvertown, Maine, in 1896, this would be the wedding everyone will be talking about, a beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple. James has loved Lillian from afar, she barely knows he exists, unfortunately James vows that if he can't have her nobody will, thus a tragedy ensues and brings forth the Dark Dimensions. The Dark Dimensions feeds on tragedy and ill will it is capable of consuming whole tows with it's thick black fog full of demons and ghosts. The town of Silvertown is gone forever.....or is it? The Hidden Object Scenes are some of the best and most fun. Some items require interactions such as clicking on a book to open the book and reveal a key. Other items you find are kept in the tool section of the inventory bar which will be used back into the scene such as finding scissors and using those scissors to snip the bow off of a shoe. There are plenty of mini games, some easy, some a wee bit frustrating such as clicking on the red eyes of multiple snakes on Medusas head until all the red eyes turn blue, when you click on one snake eye, others change as well. I have yet to play a Dark Dimensions game that wasn't over the top, superior game quality, beautiful graphics, epic music and entertaining games available. The Collectors Edition has music soundtracks, concept art, wallpapers and that wonderful built in Strategy Guide. Either version in my opinion is a great decision, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A mystery shrouded in mist Yes, another hit from BFG, to which it is difficult to award less than 4.5 stars (I had to rounded it up to 5 as 4 would have been unfair) due to the overall high quality of the game. Set on superb artwork as its background, the adventure presents a solid storyline that unfolds smoothly and not without logic. All wrapped up in gloom... and fog, without falling into sheer morbidity, the start is backed up by a wonderful orchestral soundtrack that contributes to the atmosphere. The locales are rich in details and colors, the HOS's are not the usual pile of junk we see in too many other games; half of them are interactive with items neat and crisp. Putting the useful objects to use does not require you to scratch your head for hours before shouting "Eureka !"; this doesn't mean there isn't any challenge, but the solution is never far-fetched and always logical. Challenging also are the numerous puzzles, though not overly difficult; they too are logical. Many of them are a bit off the beaten tracks, others are variations of classics. Although fairly linear the game never gets boring, ensuring long playtime and a diversity of actions.
Date published: 2011-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ghostly In a Nice Way Based on entire game. A challenging game in which you try to solve the murder of a beautiful woman in Silvertown the night before her wedding in 1896. In addition to her fiancee, she had an obsessive fan - did he do it? There are plenty of notes and newspaper clippings on your journey which provide clues to how she met her fate. Visuals were great and set a ghostly atmosphere. The ghosts looked like ghosts. There is a map in the town square, but not all locations are on it. Don’t recall if the map appears in your notebook because, if it did, it took forever to turn back the pages the first time, so it was just easier to go the town square. Plenty of HOGs – some are straight Hos, while others require using an item within the scene to complete an object (which sometimes took some thought to figure out) before it can be collected. Unfortunately, you had to sometimes click on a particular spot of an object to collect it. There were a number of challenging puzzles, which can be skipped. Hint system could have worked better outside of the HOGs. If you needed to use something on an object and it wasn’t in your inventory and didn’t appear to be in the room, the hint would merely point to the uncompleted object. I find this type of hint is not useful when I already know that I need to do something with an object. On the plus side, it did inform you if there was nothing to do there. I could have done without the voice over in the intro. Rather lengthy with a logical conclusion.
Date published: 2012-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Enjoyable Game! This is a great hidden object adventure game. The graphics and gameplay are top-notch. Some of the hidden object scenes are interactive, which is a nice change from the average game in this genre. The puzzles are challenging. The music is good, the scenery is eerie, the story is engaging. The game lasts a little longer than the typical game of this genre, which I always think is nice. Anyone who likes hidden object adventure games should consider giving this one a try.
Date published: 2011-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Immersive H/O Adventure Game! I really enjoyed this game; have played it a couple times already. The graphics are beautiful and spooky, the story is unique, the H/O scenes are well done, but not impossible, good length of game. There were a couple times where I wasn't sure what to do, but once you get around a couple times, you can figure it out. I would highly recommend this game for those who like period/historical themes. Another hit from BF! =-)
Date published: 2011-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game. Well done. except for a really goofy beginning, that you can skip, this is an excellent game. lots of details, challenging puzzles, nice approach to hidden objects....alll in all, one of the better games I've purchased through Big Fish, and the extra game is a nice length too.
Date published: 2011-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I've ever played Frustrated sometimes, but never for too long, just long enough to make you feel clever when you beat it. I've played hundreds and visually, emotionally and intellectually, this was the best. A good assortment of puzzles, enough moving around to make you feel like you're getting somewhere, enough backtracking to make you satisfied with yourself for remembering, but never too much of anything, except of course, pleasure. Bravo and when will there be another like this! I play the caual mode in all games, because I like struggling with a puzzle for a decent amount of time before, sometimes, skipping.
Date published: 2012-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent HO Game excellent HO game with nice visual quality, and it is not very hard to get through
Date published: 2011-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic game! Love this games so I bought. Very little help on hint so you have to remember where you need to go by the items in your inventory.Mini puzzles are challenging HO scenes are interactive. The map in on a wall in the square so not much help there but what direction .I like that . Very well made. Thanks
Date published: 2016-03-12
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