Calavera: Day of the Dead


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She said yes! Alan was finally going to marry his sweetheart, Catalina. She only had one small request before the wedding, to ask for her father’s blessing. The young couple travels to the small town in Mexico where her father is from, arriving just in time for the annual Day of the Dead celebration. But when he doesn’t meet them at the train station, that’s only the beginning of their problems. Is it just the heat, or did that book talk to you? And that guy is definitely wearing a skeleton mask, right? Cross the border between life and death in this festive Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.
  • Festive collectables and achievements!
  • Quirky atmosphere and funny characters!
  • Travel to the Land of the Dead!
  • Unlockable arcade mini-games


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space767 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. Steampunk meets Day of the Dead.
    by josiejay, United Kingdom - Mar 9th 2016

    Great concept; you have to trick your way into the world of the dead, in order to rescue some one, by creating and taking a potion that will transform you tempoarily into an Undead person. Many features set this game apart from the usual HOG games. Your assistant is a talking Book of the Dead, with a personality, which makes a nice change from the usual mute animals. The Mexican day of the dead theme is richly represented throughout the game (love the skeleton dog) and is nicely combined with lots of steampunk style robotic contraptions. Some novel things to collect and some refreshingly original games. My favourite things were using the Transformation Altar, creating the my robotic cockcroach, and visiting the street vendor. I just loved that all the undead characters in the story all have quirky personalities. There is an excellent map that shows you where to go for the next piece of action, which becomes quite useful as the game develops. My only piece of advice is - dont forget to pick up the item that emerges from the transformation altar each time you use it. That my be why one of the above reviewers had problems. All in all, a fun game with character.

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