Dark Angels: Masquerade of Shadows
Save the world from demonic forces in this thrilling hidden object adventure! Use your weapon, the Chakram, to not only eviscerate evil but also to solve puzzles, go back in time to cut off the demons at their knees, and solve the mystery of your amazing destiny. Packed with rich interactivity and stunning animation, Dark Angels will captivate you from beginning to end!
December 27, 2013
Three Difficulty Settings
Chakram & Potion
We do not understand why this game is being released as a Soft-Release, because Dark Angels is truly a great game. It is one of the very best Standard Edition games we can expect for in this period, it is even better than some of the CE games. Why is that? let’s begin…
There are a lot of things that amuse us in Dark Angels. Firstly, the game sets in two totally different time periods, modern and medieval. Moreover, the story develops super fast with a lot of things going on – you can also make choices on what your character is going to speak, it is nothing big but it keeps the game interesting.
Dark Angels is visually satisfying, the sharpness is stunning, colors are bright and the whole package looks wonderful. The music is really great, voice overs are top-notch and sound effects are impressive.
Not just that, Dark Angels is a really entertaining game. It contains several extra features such as cool Achievements to collect, Chakram where you can use to fight off enemies or perform useful tasks and three kinds of potions to strengthen your abilities. There is only one flaw in the game which are the game’s puzzles, they are nice and integrates with the story seamlessly but sometimes they can be frustrating and a few of them are quite annoying. Dark Angels has a good game length, with ending and tied in every loose endings plus a little bit of a hangover for the next game to keep you wanting for more.