Whispered Secrets: Into the Wind
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From GrandMA Studios, creators of Whispered Secrets: The Story of Tideville and Whispered Secrets: Into the Beyond, comes a thrilling new secret to uncover!

You've been called to the riverside town of Ridleton to investigate a series of missing persons. Strange storms have been sweeping through the town, and with each appearance... comes a disappearance. Who's behind the unnatural weather, and how are they choosing their victims? To find out, you'll need the help of a tough-as-nails Huntress and a well-trained red panda. But you'll all have to work fast... There's a storm brewing in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 665 MB

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Whispered Secrets: Into the Wind is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Frustrating HOG Big Fish is capable of much better gaming than this one! My biggest disappointment was in the games - not so much the HOG, but the mini-games. The instructions on most of them were so poor they couldn't be played. On some, no matter what was clicked, nothing would move; on others the adjustments required were so minute as to be unseen, so ultimately it had to be skipped. Even some of the objects in the HOG's were poorly written, i.e., a "Digger" was actually a Dagger! I'm just glad this game was only $2.99.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Whispered Secrets: Disappearing Plot and Characters Having enjoyed the first two installments of the Whispered Secrets franchise, I was excited to get this game and continue the story of Clarice, her son Tim, and Tim's best friend, Rudy. Alas, this was not to be. It was nothing like the first two games and I was sorely disappointed. Part of the charm of the prior games was seeing the interaction between mother and son, friend and friend, and how those relationships changed over time. I loved the way Clarice cared for Tim and showed her love for him. It was cool to see how Tim lovingly did the same for his mom, when it was his turn to be the protector. I thought it was awesome to have Rudy grow up and become a cop. He fought alongside Tim's bride-to-be as they rescued Tim from the clutches of the evil scientist. After two excellent games along that line, I expected more of the same. Instead, we are jerked to a town called Ridleton to investigate the disappearances of creative townspeople. What?!? Where are Clarice and Tim? Where is the stalwart childhood best friend, Rudy? Why, oh why, is the scientific leaning of the story changed to a demonic one? What the heck does the "Huntress" have to do with anything? Why do we have a red panda foisted upon us? The only disappearances I cared about were the plot line and the characters. Together, they made the first two games so compelling. As far as the disappearances in Ridleton? Pah! Who cares? Save yourself some money. Play the first two games and ignore this one. The plot is worn and thin, the mechanics just average, as are the graphics and audio. I won't be finishing Into the Wind, as I can't bring myself to get past the mediocrity and disappointment of this game.
Date published: 2014-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ack! The length of the game is great, but it was terribly simple. The mini games were as easy as you get. There were spelling error in some of the HOS, ie; digger instead of dagger....come on! I wonder if some of the reviewers with long explanation of the game actually played it. I can't imagine a expert gamer enjoying this game. 2014
Date published: 2014-12-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A Lot of Same Old AND poorly made game. I really wanted to like this game ... even the 2nd time around since I disliked it when it was released as a CE. But, no such luck. In any case, reviews really are just our interpretation of the game, right? In the Opening Scene, a father is seen calling on an evil being (the devil or a minion?) to "heal" his sick daughter, who we later learn is blind. A price must be paid, he is told, a high price. And he reaches for the evil being. Graphics and Sound: So disappointed. The graphics were partially good (not great) and then they get grainy and hand-painted looking (especially at some of the character close-ups like the Policeman at the very beginning). Voice overs were less than par, lip syncing not consistent with mouth movement which made the entire game disconcerting to me. There are 3 difficulty modes - alas, no "custom". A journal that is absolutely useless! It says in the tutorial that it contains important notes so check it often. I checked it often, alright, and it contained pictures (like wallpapers) and newspaper articles you picked up on the ground, etc. that you can't even read. I was so surprised I rechecked to see if I was, indeed, looking at my journal. If you press the button at the bottom of the page, you get a "movie" of the picture where that particular one was from. So, keep your pen and paper handy because the first time I needed a "note" for a clue it wasn't in the journal and I couldn't go back to the mirror to get it again. There is also a "magic" mirror you acquire to talk to the "Huntress". Which I also didn't understand, as she was just ... right there anyway. The HOGs (hidden object games) I came across were same old, same old list items (with an alternative match 3 game) or find "x" number of whatever. Mini Games weren't challenging or entertaining to me. Immediately at the beginning of the game play, I felt a strong sense of deja vu. I KNOW I had been to that same pond/lake area in another game. In fact, I was so sure I checked to make sure this was a NEW game. The flow of the story was confusing.and made no sense to me. Ok, dad disappeared years ago and now the daughter is the Huntress. Why is she a "Huntress" if all she did was look for missing dad? Overkill? Now there are others disappearing. Ok. Get it. But years of "hunting" for a missing person does not a "Hunter or Huntress" make. That implies searching for animals, monsters, vampires, whatever, for an extended period of time. Again, disconcerting. I also "get" the storyline started off well with the disappearing people after the dad/evil being thing. But, then, we add "monsters attacking the town", strange ghost kidnapping people, and wild animals! And then, to top it off, a Huntress. Too many stories in one. I really wanted to enjoy this game, especially since the CE Bling didn't impress me with the previous release. Unfortunately, it still won't be a purchase for me. It's just too .......... awful. I can't even really recommend it. Well, ok. If you've taken the time to read this review, you should probably play the demo and form your own opinion. But, I'm not going to check the "yes" box for "recommend". Nope. Not gonna do it. For those who do like the demo ... ENJOY!
Date published: 2014-11-02
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