Les Miserables: Cosette's Fate

Les Miserables: Cosette's Fate

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Montfermeil, France, 1826.

Fantine lives in poverty and is doing everything she can to get by. Sadly she is forced to leave her little girl Cosette at the Thénardiers' boarding house, to find work in the city. The Thénardiers are cruel and dishonest innkeepers. They constantly exploit and abuse Cosette, making her their maid.

In this video game adaptation of Victor Hugo's brilliant work, you'll play as Cosette. Help her have a better future and try to escape from the clutch of the spiteful innkeepers.

"Les Misérables" is one of the most famous literary works in the world. It has been adapted for film several times and it is now available as a video game for the first time! Through the unique ambiance and the detailed graphics of this game, discover or rediscover one of the greatest novels of the history of literature.

  • Collect key objects
  • High-definition animated decor
  • Animated interactive areas
  • Play mini games and solve puzzles!

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  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • Hard Drive: 591 MB

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Les Miserables: Cosette's Fate is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Old fashioned HOP Game It never fails to amuse me to see people who downloaded a hidden object puzzle game complain bitterly when the game they downloaded has lots of hidden object scenes. On the other hand, it's too bad when these people tear a game apart because it is what it is and not the type of game they prefer. It isn't the game's fault they wanted a HOPA and downloaded a HOP instead. This game's quality is not accurately reflected by the ratings it has received from people who downloaded a hidden object game in spite of not really caring too much for hidden object scenes. It is an older game. Whether or not you think it's fair to put it out as "Today's New Release", as Big Fish did today, it's silly to rate a game based on your annoyance at receiving an older game instead of a brand new one. The game doesn't deserve the poor ratings it got from people who don't think it's fair to call it a new release and are venting their annoyance in their review. The graphics are very sharp and visually appealing. Game play is straightforward with HOS at every turn, frequent puzzles, and a very minimal "adventure" component. Unlike many modern HOPA games with amazing graphics and childishly easy HOS/puzzles this one has great HOS to match the great graphics. Things are well hidden but not small. The scenes are clever but not cluttered. The puzzles are generally easy but fun to do. The story is a good one borrowed from a major classic novel. The music fits the theme and is unobtrusive. I didn't hear any baby crying noise or any other sounds that were a problem. Drawbacks include a mildly laggy custom cursor that cannot be traded for the system cursor and an inventory that won't lock. I really like this game. I have purchased others designed like it in the past and had a lot of fun with them. If you're a fan of HOS games and would like a break from the tedious to and fro running around in more modern HOPA games you might like this one too. If you don't like HOS you should give it a miss...what you shouldn't do is download a game you know you won't like just so you can pile on and complain about it. And hey, given that it's being released in December it's also a very, very welcome break from the deluge of sappy Christmas HOPA's that Big Fish has been shoveling out lately. Quite honestly, that alone is enough to make this game stand out as desirable right about now.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Little HO This game would be good for beginners and some of us HO puzzle doers. The graphics are very good. Easy game good story line. Only thing to complain about is some items being too small in HO's.
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Terrible ... Graphics & Sound Barely Passable ... A No Thrills Ride & Repetitious HOG's ... With An Abrupt Ending ...
Date published: 2014-12-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lighten up guys! I looked at the reviews before I played the demo and expected the worst mess of the century - it wasn't! Yes there was an awful lot of HO's and most were repeated but the complaint that objects were too small and difficult to find suggests that you lot have had it way too easy of late because although hard the HO's were not impossible, you just had to get used to the way the dev treated such scenes. The game followed a logical sequence and though I didn't like the absence of voice-overs I found the overall feel of the game to be quite charming in an old-school kind of way! It was also a refreshing change to find a storyline that had no hint of the supernatural (I think there are far too many fairies, dragons, witches, goblins etc etc these days) and no "little helper" either!!! I only played the demo so I have no idea where the story went which would have been the main point of purchase. Overall not a great game but not as terrible as some suggest, but I would only recommend it to players who are nuts about HO's. I may consider buying it as a freebie or on sale but not at the moment. Try it and see is all I can say!!!
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too many HOS, but... it isn't a bad game at all, if you like HOS. Unfortunately, I don't. I am more for the adventure and puzzles, and this one doesn't deliver those. There is no adventure, to speak of, and the puzzles are way too easy. I am one of the few who actually like quite a few Hdo games. They tend to be short, but otherwise are pretty well made. This one, well. Pros: Decent artwork and graphics, decent storyline (well, sure, it's a classic, LOL), and decent audio if you can ignore the short loops. HOS were quite challenging. Cons: Few options. Slow transitions. Rather melodramatic, which fits the story, but not to my taste. One of my pet peeves: anachronisms. A wooden toy airplane in 1826?? Really?? If you like classic HOGs, then you may find this quite to your liking. Do try it!
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was OK I'm afraid this game wasn't for me, the characters don't speak, there are only words on the screen, and although I do love hidden object scenes, there were to many for me! Others may enjoy the game, but I'm afraid I didn't.
Date published: 2014-12-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from OOH BOY! I try to find something I like in every game I play, but hard as I tried I could not find one good thing about this game. It made my head hurt! Sorry BFG this game is two thumbs down!! Play the preview and see for yourself, This is just my opinion.It was to slow and to blurry and I don" like having to read everything. I did not know where to go next and it was confusing.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's Miserable, All Right I am a huge fan of the book and was excited to see an adaptation of it as a hidden object game. Unfortunately, I should have listened to the other reviewers before purchasing it, because it's not very good at all. If you're familiar with the story and/or play, you'll recognize playing the role of Cosette, the girl raised by Jean Valjean after being rescued from the innkeepers. You will follow her from that time through her teenage years, and the game does a nice job of giving you plenty of Victor Hugo's back story and the inspiration for the novel during various times in the game. That's about the only high point, however. The only sound in the game comes from some looped sound effects, with no voice acting at all. The characters that are introduced (too few) simply move their mouths like puppets. You will do plenty of HO scenes, but the objects are difficult to find unintentionally as they blend in with the background. You'll also get the double whammy of oddly named items and searching for the same thing five or six times. Minigames are either ring puzzles or matching and sorting games, without much there to really challenge you. The manipulation of the controls is the real challenge, as the game's developers did not make it user-friendly. The tutorial instructions continue until the ending! It's far too short and unfortunately does not leave you wanting for the sequel. Read the book instead.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ugg This game had so much potential, but with the 'laggy' mouse control, the arrows you had no choice but to follow around, no popups when you hover over an item to even begin to imagine what is in your inventory....I'm sorry but 20min into the demo and I was done. This is just to slow for me...
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I'm not sure it could be any slower... That is, of course, not the storyline, but the terminally s-l-o-w scene changing time....every time. It takes a really long time to switch between rooms, or into a HOS in a room, or back out of the HOS once completed, That to me was the most annoying thing about the game. The next most annoying thing was the almost invisible objects in the HOS. After that was the music. Then the moving mouths and no voice over (and sometimes a moving mouth with just "...." underneath. I don't think that even lost, abused little Cosette needs to move her mouth to say...well...nothing. Didn't even finish the trial, it was just far too annoying to continue more than about 20 minute into it,
Date published: 2014-12-16
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