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From Artogon, creators of Shiver: Vanishing Hitchiker, Shiver: Poltergeist, and Shiver: Moonlit Grove, comes another chilling tale!

It's your first day as head doctor of the Blackwill Hospital, but trouble starts before you even enter the building! A young woman collapses on the street, attacked by someone – or something. As you treat her, you realize she may be connected to your past... and you may be the only one who can save her from the strange illness that also claimed her mother. Only one thing is for certain - they never prepared you for an adventure like this in medical school!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 660 MB

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Shiver: The Lily's Requiem

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Shiver: The Lily's Requiem is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why so low a rating 02-18 I am glad to get this game at such a bargain price. The only reason I can figure out why it got such a low rating is because you had to fix the radiator hose BEFORE adding water to the radiator or else you are downright stuck. I don't know if this was fixed because that's exactly what I did. My opinion is that this game is a heck of a Lot better than some of the offerings today. No magic tattoos, potions or helpers!! YAY!!! Hope everyone enjoys the game as much as I did! Go fishies!
Date published: 2018-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Love the demo enough to buy the game! Fun HO scenes and challenging mini puzzles. Love the music.Over all this is the best game i have found for a long time.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from had to review this is a very good game Look I don't know why you all got negative just because you liked another game with the Shiver name as scarier. This game may not have made you shiver, but did it not make you search for a variety of well designed Hidden objects with all kinds of interactions? Were not the puzzles well thought out and a cause for working the little grey cells? Was not the story line rather scary with some menace changing people? Nothing was too ugly, but for those of you who do not like bright lovely places, well this was a bit seamier so ought to have fitted your desire for what you think is reality. I like pretty games and ones that have lots to do. This one was not ugly enough to turn me off and there was plenty to do. I especially liked the battleship game. The one to fix the lockpick was too easy, but still took a bit of arranging. The patient chart one was easy too, but getting to it was a bit of adventure. I liked blowing up the ball to effect one of the tasks...had not seen that before. I liked the way it began before asking for my name. I only played the demo but this is an excellent SE and I will be buying it unless I find that the CE is worth the extra...watch for my review of it and my decision as to which to buy. I recommend you try it without any preconceptions and notice how many fun and interesting things there are to do in just the demo...if the game continues in that vein, it will provide a lot of brain exercise and fun figuring it all out. I really did like the HIdden object games in this one more than in most because there were more different takes on things to do than in most. They were not like the ones where you have to do one thing to get on to the next one, but there were a few like that and then others that were more direct, so the finding of things was more varied. The game was pleasant to go through because it progressed quickly in terms of finding things and getting into the next area. Just a good game with some really excellent aspects. Some of you are just too hogtied to an idea based on a title.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful for all who read this when you find those really hard games to enjoy and play you will be surprised at this one the graphics and visual/sounds were beautiful game was easy but for the more challenged type try the hard mode if you think you will not like this game then run the play version first I bought the collectors edition and loved of all it but standard edition should be just as good in comparison.
Date published: 2015-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fun I bought the collectors edition so will review on that. I am very pleased with this game cause it keeps me entertained! Very fun game. The graphics are very good, nice colors, beautifully illustrated scenes, music is non intrusive, but still mystery oriented. The story line is to find out who or what is turning the women in this town into sirens. You are a returning dr. who was summoned to help the town to rid itself of these horrible creatures. The story is easy to follow, not confusing. You talk to people and are able to choose lines of dialogue you want to respond with. Also there are video clips you can watch over if you need to. Journal is helpful as is a jump map which shows places you still have things to do at. H.O. scenes are fun, using different types; unscramble the words, answer the riddles, silhouettes, etc. The in between puzzles are not too hard, some I needed to put my thinking cap on, but not my frustration helmet! You also have to look for pearls in the scenes including the h.o. scenes which you get to use to decorate your own house, very fun, there are several of each item to choose from! Also, look for aquarium items in the scenes to add to your fish bowl, that has a fish you get to name! There are achievements to be had too, some of the standards, like not skipping puzzles or h.o. scenes, finding things, etc. There is a bonus chapter in the c.e., not sure for the s.e. though. You can choose large icons if need be, and effects, music, and difficulty levels; casual, expert, or custom. There are a list of tasks to do in your diary and the c.e. has a good strategy guide.There are many wallpapers to choose from, very colorful ones. I think this game has a great replay value and I will replay and decorate my house differently each time! I am very happy with this game, give it a try. One thing I have not found out yet, why do all the ladies have the same hair color!? hhmmm... well, back to the game for me then! Have fun fellow fishies!
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The call of the siren is mesmerizing This is a really good game. The artwork is excellent, high def throughout, colorful, bright. The title of the game sounds sinister and creepy, but the interior scenes are contemporary and no haunted mansions. Story is good with surprising twist regarding the true villain. HOPs are mildly challenging, with several having list of objects with letters all jumbled, so you have to unscramble the word in order to find ( a puzzle within an HOP). Puzzles are easy, but 4-5 are moderately challenging. Hardcore mode disables hint & skip, but helpful messages remain, and you can change challenge level any time or set custom mode. Not sure why this game doesn't have better ratings. I rate it a BUY.
Date published: 2018-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This one fooled me This is another place where I wish there was a 1/2 star cause this is not quite a 5 star. Close but no cigar. This one started out differently than most. You go right into a girl being chased and then passing out. I thought, "Great, I can't register for this one." Then, surprise, it takes me to the register screen. Nice little twist. Graphics are nice and the people actually have believable voices and aren't comical. They were all enjoyable in their own part of the story and I especially liked the lead character. They seemed to put more emphasis on making her believable. Story was a little slow at times until you persist long enough to get through everything. Luckily, I read through some of the other reviews and that helped me progress. If you have done everything else and you get to the window in the hospital that seems to be keeping you from advancing, don't panic. Look in your inventory and move to another room just outside the 'window' room. Hint, hint! Music was great and added just the right amount of intrigue and the other sound effects were perfect. I really couldn't find much at all to fault this game once I got into it and I may buy. The HO's and puzzles were fun and offered just enough challenge to keep me interested but not frustrated. Only one that frustrated me and, because of time, caused me to skip was playing battleship with the man at his house. He's (computer) pretty good. All things said, I would recommend this one to the casual HO player and I think you will like it. Not really for the dark and sinister players even though there are a few dark moments.
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is MY kind of HOG! This game was really challenging. The hidden objects all had a little different twist and it seemed like there was a new puzzle around every corner. And, the game was lengthy, so lots of fun and head-scratchers for the player. Well done!
Date published: 2015-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Shiver Has Lost It's Mojo Like the saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it! The Shiver series has always been an edgy game filled with mystery and suspense. Lily's Requiem is just a mediocre, knockoff, not a bad game, but it certainly doesn't live up to Shiver expectations. This game lacks high quality graphics and the story just isn't scary enough to be a Shiver game, it lost it's Mojo! My favorite game in this series is the Vanishing Hitchhiker, but this game pales in comparison. The other games did a phenomenal job of connecting you to the game, you really feel as if you are all alone in an old abandoned town or searching old haunted rooms, or chasing down werewolves! The Lily's Requiem is a decent game, I just wish the devs would stick to the theme of the series, stick to the same creepy graphics, and above all, don't make me collect pet goldfish and redecorate my house, what does that have to do with a suspenseful supernatural thriller named Shiver??? (NOTE: available in the CE) Dr. Robert Thompson has just accepted a position at the Blackwill Hospital, and this hospital is disgusting, which makes me wonder if he checked out the hospital before making his decision! It's not even his first day at work and and he's come across a nearly catatonic woman who has been attacked by something or someone. After a healthy dose of the doctors medicine, he finds out that this was no chance meeting, she had been searching for the good doctor, following him to Blackwill when she found an article in the newspaper. The victim is Beatrice Stanley, daughter of Kat Stanley, Dr. Thompson's former patient, is it possible that both women are victims of the Blackwill curse? The Hidden Object Scenes are varied from silhouetted shape finds, to interactive list finds (after all these years I'm still partial to the old school list finds). The Mini Games are pretty good, although they have been done several times before such as using arrows to bend a paperclip in order to push lock tumbler pins to their correct positions marked with a red line on the pin, matching up to the red line on the lock itself. The Collectors Edition has collectible black pearls throughout the game, hidden in zoomed in areas, and the scenes themselves, they are even located within the HO's. You will use these pearls to buy upgrades for your dilapidated house such as wallpaper, flooring, furniture and decorations. Each category will have several options and costs to choose from. The Collectors Edition also has a rescued pet goldfish, and you can change his name from Felix to whatever floats your fish. Oddly enough, you will also find random aquarium supplies, from decorations to fish food, laying conveniently around the town for you to acquire. Not a bad feature, just a bad choice of features in a serious thriller genre. The Collectors Edition has, Achievements, Collectible Black Pearls, Collectible Aquarium Supplies, Wallpaper, Concept Art, Videos, replayable HOP's and Mini Games, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. I prefer this edition because the extras just seem out of place and distracting, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Demo fun I only played the demo and really enjoyed it. It has a mix of HO with puzzle and game play. I played casual level and enjoyed the relaxed feel.
Date published: 2015-03-02
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