Chimeras: The Signs of Prophecy Collector's Edition
A dark shadow falls over the city of Munich during a solar eclipse, causing a chain of supernatural events and shocking murders. The police are baffled and need your help to solve the crimes. But another darker force is at work, and there are whispers of a secret society. A fortune teller warns of a mysterious wanderer who holds the key to the city's fate. She claims you're the one who will guide his path. Your choices will have consequences! Will you cause its destruction, or will you raise it from the ashes? Find out in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure!
October 16, 2015
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
It has been nearly four years since the release of the acclaimed Chimeras: Tune of Revenge; since then, fans have been craving for a sequel. Finally, Elephant Games has heard our pleas and released a brand-new installment in this dark fantasy HOPA series!
In The Signs of Prophecy, you travel to Munich during a solar eclipse to investigate a series of murders and a string of supernatural phenomenas. Chimeras: The Signs of Prophecy drew us right in with its thrilling story right from the start; although the main plot is far from being totally unique, the dark ambiance and the mysterious tone of the atmosphere make the game much more intriguing.
Elephant Games is known for their gorgeous graphics and special effects. We admired the amount of details and the vivid colors in every single scene, including the hidden object scenes. The animations were also extremely well-done, the characters as well as the inhuman creatures are almost life-like. However, we felt like there is a little bit too many dialogs; at least they are well-voiced, although not necessarily well lip-synced.
Disappointingly, the level of challenge in Chimeras: The Signs of Prophecy is nonexistent. The adventure part is so straightforward that it requires almost no thinking, this goes the same with the mundane hidden object scenes. While the puzzles are definitely entertaining and featured some cool twists, they also lack the challenge factor.
We blasted through the main game in just about three and a half hours, and the equally-enjoyable bonus chapter in fifty-five minutes. Luckily, the bonus section of the Collector’s Edition is packed with extras: a strategy guide, wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, achievements, a screensaver, secret room and two sets of well-hidden collectibles.
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