Updated: Aug 10, 2016
Size: 975 MB
Seller: Big Fish Games, Inc
Rated 9+ for the following:
Requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Fear for Sale: City of the Past HD – A Hidden Object Mystery (Full) by Big Fish Games, Inc
DescriptionPay once, play forever! No in-app purchases!
Evelyn was a talented sculptor who died tragically in a fire. Her model, Amelia is being blamed for her murder, since Amelias drawings depict scenes of Evelyns gruesome demise. Now, strange phenomena have started happening in the town of Eastwood, where the townsfolk are being terrorized by Evelyns statues come to life. Go investigate, and see if you can get to the bottom of this baffling story.
WHOS TO BLAME FOR THIS ARTISTS DEATH?
Is Amelia the culprit, or does she just have the unique ability to predict the future through her illustrations? Was someone else out to get Evelyn? And if so, whos to benefit from framing an innocent model?
CAN YOU STOP THE RAMPAGING SCULPTURES?
Battle your way through stony hidden object scenes.
CHISEL DOWN TO THE HEART OF THIS MYSTERY
Expose the murderer in a series of hardened puzzles and dusty mini-games.
UNCOVER A SHOCKING SECRET IN THE BONUS CHAPTER
Learn the fate of one of the characters and enjoy additional Collectors Edition exclusives including special achievements, collectible Postcards, and more!
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Customer ReviewsFFS - City of the past (5 stars)
Still playing so the jury is still out on length however: like the rest of the series (each plays as a stand alone) this one is rich in color, crisp artwork, and many collectables and morphing objects. Transporting map which tells you once you have collected all extra objects. I wish it had a diary but that's a small inconvenience. Storyline so far is quite good - a sculptor is murdered and a girl is blamed but is she really guilty or is she
Could be better (3 stars)
The touch sensitivity is poor in the HOS and some items to be found are almost totally off the screen.
I'm "Buying" Into This "Fear"! It's Worth The "Sale" Price! (5 stars)
I'm really enjoying this one. The graphics are satisfactory but could be sharper or crisper. The color schematics are dominated by a consistently hazy shade of purple-blue to emit a mysterious aura as you explore your surroundings. The levels of apprehension and anxiety are elevated through the implementation of horrific and macabre imagery, such as hideous, gruesome statues staring coldly at you with razor sharp fangs and disproportionat