Dark Canvas: Blood and Stone Collector's Edition

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed600 MHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive Space758 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

Reviews & Comments

From 6 Shoppers
  1. It was ok

    This is the second game in the bundle I bought and I had no idea what to expect, but was hoping for a bit scary. I wasn't lucky.
    The first scene had good and normal graphics, but when I arrived to the town the graphics suddenly changed to a cartoon. While I was playing I noticed several different graphic styles. From cartoon to "normal", to watercolour, to almost like photographs in the hidden objects scenes. It was confusing and that changes the quality up and down. Some parts were clear, while others appeared kind of grainy. Sound and voice-overs were ok, but the characters didn't move their lips.
    The story got a bit boring rather quickly when it felt like I was chasing wrong people. You know, when you're sure that John is the killer, but first you must find Greg, Sam and so on to confirm that they aren't.
    Most of the hidden objects are interactive lists, but there are a few interactive silhouettes too. The mini games vary in difficulty, but not too hard. There is a jumpable map that shows available tasks, a hint that works as it should and a journal that sparkles frenetically every time something is added. 20 morphing objects and 60 coins can be collected. With the coins you can buy statues and open 3 puzzles. If you buy all the statues and finish the puzzles, you can unlock a book. Unfortunately, I don't know what it contains because I missed 4 coins. The bonus game takes place in the same museum as in the main game, but with new artefacts.
    My final thought is that this isn't a bad game, but neither an "I'm looking forward to play it again"-game.
    I can maybe recommend this game to museum-lovers.

    by Siluette, Sweden - Feb 16th 2016
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