Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage Collector's Edition
In this ghostly continuation of the Fear for Sale series, you've discovered that a luxury ocean liner bears an eerie resemblance to a ship of the same name that vanished years ago. Can you survive its next voyage?
April 03, 2015
Hidden Objects Vs. Jigsaw
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Soundtracks & Concept Art
Achievement & Collectibles
Firstly, Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage has quite a unique time-travelling plot, which kept us captivated throughout the entire game. We would not say that this game is as ‘fearful’ as the title promises; still, the story alone is fantastic enough to make us look pass that fact.
The graphics are on the same level from what we expected from a leading HOPA development team. The colors are vibrant and the details are vivid, the locations ominously portrayed the 1930s and the animations are acceptably smooth. Moreover, the soundtracks are great, they really add some suspense to the game. The voice overs are also very well-done, although the lip syncing might be a little off.
In contrast, the gameplay is less special. While there are lots to do and lots to see, the adventure part of the game remains fairly simple. The tasks are the same-old and the interactions are not particularly interesting. Luckily, the hidden object scenes are entertaining enough to spice things up, there is also a Jigsaw mode if you somehow get tired of finding objects. The puzzles are fine, with some nice twists on the classics; but again, nothing groundbreaking.
As expected from Elefun Games, Fear for Sale: Endless Voyage contains a huge load of collectibles and morphing objects – along with other gallery items in the Collector’s Edition. Also, the bonus chapter offers a decent continuation from the 4-hour long main game.
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