Fallen: The Flowers of Evil

Fallen: The Flowers of Evil

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You've seen a lot as a doctor, but after making a simple house call, you stumble into a supernatural investigation. A little girl is suffering a high fever after being attacked by a monster, and she's not the only one. The city is quarantined as mysterious flowers begin to sprout all over Blackburn. Who's behind this? How are all the clues connected? There's only one way to find out, in Fallen: The Flowers of Evil, a mysterious Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

  • Play as a doctor and search for clues!
  • Use your wits to solve puzzles
  • Explore the town of Blackburn
  • Gather clues and question suspects

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 957 MB

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Fallen: The Flowers of Evil is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 90.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a bargain! I bought this at 2.99 daily sales and oh what a bargain! This Se game is great! If you are looking for a SE to spend your free Big fish game do it here! Vampires, great graphics and really nice voice overs! Good play time and you can skip the HOS to do a game instead if you're fed up with HOS! Once in a while you find these little SE gems out there and this is absolutly one of the best!
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plenty to Do In This Dark and Eerie This is a dark, eerie, creepy hidden object adventure game. I loved it. The graphics are beautiful (sometimes disturbing because it includes bugs, rats, and bats, even in the hidden object games). The soundtrack is eerie and creepy, and also includes the squealing of bats and rats. The voiceovers are easily understandable, very well done. The hidden object games are a lot of fun, junkpile style, but pretty challenging. The mini games also are pretty challenging and a lot of fun. There is a lot to do in this game, picking up objects in one scene to use in another scene, trying to find who or what is responsible for the "plague" that seems to have befallen the town. This is not for the faint hearted. There is also one chilling scene of a fallen Bobbie beset by bats.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Fun Game! Okay, so some folks might complain because the voiceovers don't include moving mouths. The acting was more than adequate, and the script was appropriate to the situations. In spite of the "old-fashionedness" of this game, or perhaps because of it, I have had an absolutely wonderful time playing it!! You know, sometimes you want to read War and Peace, and sometimes you want the funny papers. Not that this game is exactly comparable to the funny papers, but you do revisit the HOS, and there are quite a few of them. Nor does it have the bells and whistles that some fishies seem to think they have to have in order for it to be a five-star game. The storyline is interesting and had me hooked from the beginning. The artwork is gorgeous and sets the ambience so well that I actually shivered in a few places. I don't play puzzles, so I can't comment on those, but the skip button charges reasonably quickly. Yea! The hints outside of the HOS are the directional arrow type, which I much prefer to the hints that tell you exactly what you need to do, or that tell you "nothing to do here." The journal notes actually were helpful for a change, so A+ for that. There is the problem of translation. As an American, I had no idea what was meant by "jerry can" or "secateurs," and in one instance "boots" turned out not to be boots. But oh, well! At least now I know what those things are. I bought it on today's DOTD, but I would've been just as happy if I'd paid full price.
Date published: 2013-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful, relaxing and loads of fun! Just finished this game, played about 5 hours, nice length for a SE!! I absolutely loved the beautiful graphics. Nice story, you want to know what's going to happen next, it has a beautiful flow, both in storyline as in gameplay. Loved the hint button that showed you where to go next and what to do. No SG or walkthrough needed!! HOS and puzzles were very clear and lovely to play. I absolutely recommend this game!!
Date published: 2013-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flower Power? You Bet! This is an eerie (but not gory) game which appears to be your average vampire saga but look deeper, play longer and you'll find it's someting else. Yes there are trances, wise helpful doctors and a graveyard but vampires? See for yourself. I highly recommend this game for its storyline, clear and colorful grapics, hauntingly appropriate sounds and excellent hint structure. Yes, some bits are trite or overdone but that's not a downer in a fantasy like this. My only negative (mild, that's why the "good" rating) is the large amount of running about and backtracking needed. The hint does show you the right direction, but it gets a bit tiresome. But don't let this put you off trying this eerie adventure.
Date published: 2013-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful game! I just love games like this! There are plenty of creepy locations and some vampire-plant people as well! Graphics, music, and mini-games make this one enjoyable game to play. Played the whole game on a rainy day and loved it!
Date published: 2013-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly refreshing for a Standard Edition I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this game, especially as it was not a Collector's Edition. Everything was good, especially the length, which could put several Collector's Editions to shame. The story, however, is not new but not boringly so, as it kept my interest right throughout the game. A definite hit and well worth the money. Well done Big Fish.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Bats Have Escaped!! I nominate this game to win an award for BEST GRAPHICS/DETAIL! I was amazed at how real everything looked and the scuttling rats/insects/ethereal mist added to the ambiance. My trial hour passed way too quickly while enjoying it all. I found this game delightfully challenging. After only one hour, I had knowledge of over 10 things that I needed but hadn't acquired yet. It wasn't just a matter of needing something and it automatically popping up in the HOS in the same area. The HOS are very well done and you're flying blind without a map. I like a game that can keep me busy for awhile. I also enjoyed: <> Bats hovering above HOS instead of sparkles <> Ambient sound instead of music in main game. Appropriately creepy noises. Soft music in HOS that doesn't seem to loop. <> HOS with a corpse. I mean, how cool is that? <> Scribbling noise when notes are taken. Notebooks lighting up doesn't always work for me. Detailed notes with pictures. <> Intriguing storyline. This is my favorite game now and I will be purchasing the full version. <3
Date published: 2013-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought it - says it all Loved the game and bought it at the end of the demo. I played it in casual mode, the easiest of three, and found it challenging enough and just right for my mood today. Loved that you could opt out of (and back into) the HO scenes, by playing a paddle-type game, which got progressively harder. Loved the fact that there's a map which allows you to move quickly between scenes. Only niggle is that it doesn't indicate areas where you have tasks to perform, so you need to remember where things are that you need to do. However if you forget, the hint button indicated the direction you had to go and, in casual mode, it refilled pretty quickly.
Date published: 2013-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Game to Start Of the Year! I am a physician who has been summoned to the town of Blackburn where several of its citizens have mysteriously died due to an uncommon illness. My first patient is seventeen years old Elizabeth who suffers from high fever, pains and two bite marks on her neck. The only thing that seems to be helping her is a flower that she holds on to with her dear life. It is now up to me to uncover the cause of her illness and stop the plague that has taken over Blacburn. Can any one say Vampires? At first the graphics reminded me of the first HOPA games that we use to play, they look a bit dated but I think that it adds to the overall atmosphere. There are good voice-overs and sound effects that somehow brings the game alive. You have three modes to choose from and game features include a diary along with a map that does allow you to travel to locations. This is your standard HOPA, heavy on the adventure gameplay, some interesting mini-games to solve and frequent HO scenes that are not interactive; however you have the option to switch over to puzzle mode which is very similar to the old paddle games we use to play. Easy at first but they do get more difficult as you progress. A great little feature that does change the momentum. I really enjoyed the art work and the storylinee which seems to involve vampires and a sinister couple that are called Lord and Lady Heartless. Yes, a bit corney but we are dealing with the undead (or at least I think we are). Dont be folled by the dated look, this game is not without challenges as there is alot to do and at times it makes it difficult to keep track of what items to use at what location. My memory was tested at times but that makes it more challenging and adds a fun factor to it. I recommend Fallen to all who enjoy gothic horror fiction and adventure HOGs that we use to play alot when they first became popular. A great way to start of the New Year with a SE game that you really can sink your teeth into. Ouch!
Date published: 2013-01-02
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