Ominous Objects: Phantom Reflection Collector's Edition
After surviving a supernatural experience as a child, you have dedicated your life to solving similar cases and tracking down ominous objects all over the world. This time, you and your trusty sidekick, Mr. Jenkins, have been called to the house of Lilith Armstrong to investigate strange activity. But when you arrive, Lilith is nowhere to be found, and the entire house seems to have come alive! The events all seem to be tied to a rare mirror Lilith recently purchased at an auction… Can you find out what happened to your client and uncover the secrets of this latest ominous object before it’s too late? Find out in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
April 17, 2015
Daily Magic Productions
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Cat Helper & Goggles
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Achievement & Collectibles
Game - Dots
Developer Diary & Cat Room
First things first, Ominous Objects: Phantom Reflection is a visual spectacular! With vibrant colors, some cool 3D elements and detailed artwork – nearly every single scene in Phantom Reflection is a perfection. The soundtracks of the game which play quietly in the background are also solid, the melodies are beautiful while not being over-the-top. The voice-overs are pretty much excellent, despite the lack of lip-syncing.
At the same time, the bright graphics of the game could backfire. While the game looks as splendid as it is, the overwhelming shades of blue and purple make the game looks less ‘ominous’ than what it might intend to be. Thus, Phantom Reflection feels more like a fairy-taleish fantasy rather than a horror.
Gameplay wise, Ominous Objects: Phantom Reflection is not necessarily memorable. The adventure part of the game is mostly straightforward, and could be very suitable for beginners. The hidden object scenes, while smart and interesting, are not very challenging either. This same issue applies to the puzzles as well, the majority of them can be solved without the need of the skip button.
The game does include two special features though; the special goggles and the cat helper. Both of these features do add some value to the gameplay, or at least they do help spice things up a little bit. Still, they are both use-and-done type of features and therefore, are not really unique or special.
The main game spans over 6 chapters, with a total length of around 4 hours. The bonus chapter, by the way, plays similarly to the main game and lasted around an hour. The bonus section featured all the usual features as well as some extra mini-games, a decoratable cat room and a developer diary.