Howlville: The Dark Past


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Discover the secret of Rachel's past in Howlville: The Dark Past! Many years ago an artifact was found in a mine near the small town of Howlville. The government asked Dr. Joseph and a group of scientists to examine it. Something went wrong and the experiments were halted and classified. The town closed off. Since then nobody knows what happened to Dr. Joseph. Fifteen years later his daughter Rachel is on the verge of solving the mystery, but somebody is doing everything possible to keep her from succeeding. Help find Rachel's father and save the world from the looming catastrophe!
  • Explore mysterious Howlville
  • Play challenging mini-games
  • Find your father and save the world!


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed2 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space1.3 GB
Video RAM128 MB
Video CardAny
Important Notes:
  • Was not tested on server versions of OS X

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  1. Modesto ma divertente
    by Roberto Guarchi, Italy - Sep 6th 2017

    Un gioco che risale al 2012 e risente molto del tempo che è trascorso. La storia si fonda sul classico meccanismo della ricerca della persona amata ed è semplicemente un pretesto per affrontare una lunga serie di scene con oggetti nascosti e tantissimi mini-giochi. Le scene con oggetti nascosti sono vecchio stile (troppo piene per i gusti di oggi...) ma contengono anche una serie di azioni da compiere che ho trovato intriganti. I mini-giochi oscillato tra la facilità assoluta e l'assoluta illogicità. Le immagini sono ottime e le musiche sono di buona qualità. Anche in questo caso, si tratta quindi di un game modesto adatto a chi si diverte al "punta e clicca" senza troppe pretese, per qualche ora di semplice divertimento.

    [A game that dates back to 2012 and it sucks much of the time it has elapsed. The story is based on the classic search engine of the loved one, and is simply a pretext for dealing with a long series of hidden object scenes and lots of mini-games. Scenes with hidden objects are old-fashioned (too full for today's tastes ...) but they also contain a number of actions to accomplish that I found intriguing. Mini-games swung between absolute ease and absolute illogicality. The images are great and the music is of good quality. Even in this case, it is a modest game suitable for those who enjoy the "tip and click" without too much pretense, for a few hours of fun.]

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