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From ERS Game Studios, acclaimed creators of the PuppetShow and Grim Façade series, comes a new phenomenon to investigate!

It’s that time of year again! Visiting the Strauss Circus has been a tradition for you and your sister, Judith, for many years. But this year, when Judith is chosen from the audience to help with a magic act, you discover that the smiling faces on stage aren’t as happy as they first appear. Judith doesn’t meet you after the show, and you quickly realize something is wrong. Search the circus and uncover the dark secrets haunting the performers and animals who call it home. But you’d better hurry! Time is running out in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Are you brave enough to face a new foe in the bonus game?
  • Step right up and replay mini-games, movies, and HOPs
  • Marvel at wallpapers, music, concept art, and more
  • Come one, come all for the comprehensive Strategy Guide

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 864 MB

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Twilight Phenomena: The Incredible Show Collector's Edition is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game ! Excellent game to play. Great story line ( a bit different ) and graphics. The game did seem a bit short. The CC edition was worth the money as it was all new scenes to interact in. I will make sure to buy more from this developer.
Date published: 2015-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Circus Game I enjoyed this game quite a lot. The mini-games were not overly hard. I don't enjoy a game that is too hard. It is not fun for me if I have to struggle too much to play it. I found it very interesting and it kept my interest.
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the ERS I Love! BASED ON DEMO 2014 was a disastrous year for the once top-developer, ERS Games. They entered a rut where they simply could not produce entertaining games- in my opinion at least- so I was excited to see what 2015 would bring for the bunny. If this is just a taste of what 2015 has to offer, I can't wait for the rest of the year! The storyline was very intriguing and had a clear and logical flow. When I first read about the concept, I thought it would be quite silly, but boy was I proven wrong! The storyline had a very good opening and was quickly followed up on by some great twists and turns. There were a couple of sneaky ones (by “sneaky” I mean ones that aren't revealed in a dramatic cutscene) in the beginning which really got me in to the game and made me want to save the people. As well as the exciting twists, the story does extremely well on the creep factor, with some things actually scaring me (which hasn't happened in a long time), so well done to the developers. I also applaud them on their excellently done cutscenes, which were very dramatic and left me hanging on the edge of my seat. The demo ended with one of said cutscenes and was done brilliantly. It was really unexpected, quite dramatic and left me wanting more. All in all, this is probably one of my favourite stories from ERS in recent times and I can't wait to see how it ends! The gameplay was quite good too, but I am wary, as some of my dislikes from previous ERS games have crept in to this one. The HOS were quite fun, but extremely easy, which was a big problem in the last game I played. To ERS' credit, however, they have jazzed up their HOS a bit. I liked the film-reel ones, which told part of the story. This made them interesting to play, so I partially forgot about the easiness of them all. I also noticed that one scene repeated very early on in the game, which makes me have some misgivings about buying it. Repetition was the fun-drainer in the last ERS game I have played, so I am quite worried that the same problem will arise should I choose to purchase this one. It is a shame, really, because the story is so fantastic. I don't want to miss out on a good story because of doubts, but I just can't shake the feeling the problems will occur. Quantity isn't a problem though. There were 5 HOS in the demo and they are well spaced out. The puzzles were quite good too. They weren't exactly unique, but certainly different from the puzzles we've been seeing from ERS lately. The puzzles were also quite challenging, which is always nice to see. While they were very fun to attempt, I could not solve a single one! Well done to the developers for putting in some effort with the puzzles. They were the most challenging part of the game for me. The quantity of puzzles is also good; there were 4 in the demo. I was very pleased with the adventure component. Firstly, it is way more prominent than in previous games and shared equal status with the HOS & puzzles. There were lots of things to do and locations to explore. Secondly, the game was very fun. I loved the animal healing and camera minigames, and I especially loved the Wheel of Fate! It was probably my favourite thing about the game. It was nice to see the creativity in the adventure component, something which ERS has lacked as of late. I also liked how laid-back this game was. They didn't try to overdo it with fancy special features that no one needs; they just blended the perfect mix of adventure, HOS & puzzles with a fantastic story and I believe it is that which has attracted me to this game so much. However, as fun and unique as this game was, the adventure component had a complete lack of challenge. It was extremely simple to figure out what to do next; so much so that I did not have to use the map ONCE. This is a big change for me, as I normally use the map quite often. As much as I enjoyed this game, I think ERS seriously needs to work on the challenge side of things. The only additional feature in this game is the camera. I thought this was incredibly creative and executed extremely well. There are scenes you must take a photo of, followed by a minigame, which was basically just a mini-HOS. I love when developers make features of the game necessary to the story and that is what the developers have done here. Each minigame tells more of the story surrounding the villain, which just made me more eager to complete them. Spectacular job done by the developers. The basic features have been done well, to an extent. There are 4 modes of difficulty, but the customisation is limited. For example, map indicators (the first thing I turn off if there's a custom difficulty) could not be turned off, which was disappointing for me. I also didn't like the hint recharge speed for advanced mode, so I had to use custom to set it to the casual time. Other than that, though, I had no issues with the difficulty. As I previously mentioned, I did not use the map, so I cannot really comment on its helpfulness. Due to the fact I could not turn off map indicators, I am guessing that they appear in all difficulties. This will be quite annoying for those seeking challenge. The graphics are quite good. I was concerned that they had been changed when I saw the menu, but my fears were put to rest when I began playing. These are the same old ERS graphics that I absolutely love. They have been drawn very well with some great detail, nice colours and extremely lifelike characters. The only downer for me is that there is no lip-synch. I am disappointed at this, because ERS used to do this all the time. Once again I take issue with the voice-overs. For the most part they are just standard, but that voice of the creature in the trailer really annoyed me. It was quite underacted and just painful to listen to. I thought ERS could have done a much better job with it. FEATURES 4 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom. I had to switch to custom due to annoying hint times. Differences in difficulties are standard. Hint/Skip- I took issue with the charge times for advanced so customised. The hint works well outside HOS. Scrapbook- Kind of acts like a diary, keeping track of the stories learned in the film-reel scenes. Map- I never used the map when I played the demo, but went back in afterwards to test it. It I interactive and helpful, but map indicators cannot be turned off, so are present in all difficulties. Camera- This was a creative feature that I really enjoyed. It can be used at certain places and there is a minigame to play. There is an indicator of when it can be used. CE EXCLUSIVES Bonus Chapter Built-in Strategy Guide- I did not need to use this once. Achievements Concept Art (7) Wallpaper (3) Screensavers Soundtrack Replay HOS & Puzzles Replay cutscenes WHICH IS THE BETTER BUY? I'd definitely say the SE. The CE is missing collectibles, which are an absolute necessity for all CE games. The bonus content is just standard. MY PROGRESS There are 2 chapters in the demo, which I finished in 40 minutes, so that equates to standard game length. This game is one of my favourites to come out in recent times, and at this point in time, is my favourite this year. This game is a perfect mix of brilliant story and fun gameplay. Even with the low challenge factor, I had an absolute ball playing this and thus, will give it a 5 star rating.
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT TO BE UNDER THE BIG TOP!!!!! THIS ONE IS UNIQUE, THAT'S WHAT I LOVED ABOUT IT!!!!!
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cool Game! The Game is very interesting and cool. The Story, the Sound and the Characters are soo beautiful and cool.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Twilight Phenomena The Incredible FREAKSHOW!!! Save your sister from the circus’ slavery in Twilight Phenomena: The Incredible Show CE! You and your sister Judith Armstrong were on usual annual visit in the Strauss Circus from Rome, which always coming to your town at Thanksgiving. But suddenly Strauss himself asked Judith to assist him during next performance! He put Judith in the box, make her to disappear and then – to reappear. Everything seemed good… but Judith never returned to you, neither during the show nor after it. And trying to find her you uncovered horrible truth about Strauss! He’s holding his actors as a slaves and Judith may become next! ERS has created another thriller for the Weird at heart. I loved everything about the adventure; Judith could easily have been Jessica Lange. Horror fans of this series are going to really enjoy this one! xoxo's
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very fun What constitutes the perfect combination in a game for each individual, with varied like and dislikes? For me, this game was a very nice surprise. Fun and a little dark storyline, nice graphics, locations, plenty of fun and unique enough mini-games and HOs. Not to much going back and forth; fairly quick use of inventory, loved the creative use of animals and creatures (Island of Dr. Moreau?). Great, enjoyable game in my opinion!
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jumping on the Bandwagon Here Wow! You go to the circus with your sister and she's spirited away by the ringmaster. You pursue the two of them across the grounds, finding strange creatures and puzzles as you go. Why does he seem so interested in your sister and can you get to her in time? Good news: Four levels of game play, good HOPs, nice and more than run-of-the-mill mini-games, and an involving story with enough information to make you keep playing. So try for yourself - I'm going back to play!
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and relaxing As all my reviews, there will be nothing technical about it. I liked this game. It was fun, colorful with good sounds. the HOS were easy and so were the games. A lot of people will say that it is just to easy, but not all of us want to overlode our brains , we just want to waste a cold rainy Saturday having fun in front of our computers. Drinking coffee and just relaxing.This game fits the bill. I say enjoy!!
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Phenomenal I think this game is a lot of fun, you first hear the story about how you and your sister went to the circus every year when they were children, after growing up the sister is coming for a visit and they are going to the circus for old times sake, however after she disappears after volunteering for a magic act you must find her. The setting is more like a carnival than a circus, the music is a combo of mystery and adventure, pretty good. Colors are nice, good graphics and storyline. You get to choose from 3 levels and you can customize game play. You can choose how long it takes for hints and skip puzzle to charge.There are achievements to obtain, no morphing objects. Mini games are different than the usual, fun, not too tough. H.O. scenes are not hard, but interactive, you are also given a camera to take pictures and after you take the picture there are 3 objects to find in the picture. Jump map and journal are helpful. Voice overs are not that good, but not so bad it makes you hate hearing them, they mostly sound like someone just reading lines, pretty flat. You also spin a wheel of fortune to win money which you will need to heal animals in the park, winnings range from 1 to 5 coins. I really like this game and will enjoy replaying it. Have fun!
Date published: 2015-01-17
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