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Where Angels Cry

 

 

SCORE: 70

 

Where Angels Cry 

 

Where Angels Cry is an intense hidden object game set in the past. A monastery has a statue of an angel that is crying blood. One monk died recently, and another has gone missing. So the cardinal sends you in there to investigate. You go undercover as one of the new monks replacing the lost one.

We quickly learn in Where Angels Cry that the missing monk is murdered. How do we find out? We meet his ghost. It seems these G5 Entertainment hidden object games can rarely get away from using ghosts. It has become a crutch these games use. The writers must run out of ideas, and decide to throw a ghost in there.

We also learn the current prior is acting strange. The templars start out as good characters, but they quickly turn to bad ones that terrorize the poor citizens of the local town. As far as foreshadowing goes it is pretty apparent that the prior is going to be the bad guy. And yes I called it.

The hidden object portion of Where Angels Cry start in a very confusing and annoying manner. Once I understood the flow the game play improved dramatically. There are three different game modes players can try. On the casual mode the puzzles can be skipped, and the Hint bar quickly regenerates. There is no penalty in Where Angels Cry for tapping all over the screen.

I enjoyed the graphics in Where Angels Cry. There are not many screens, but they look real. The cut scene movies were missing crucial details. Like the horse tracks in the snow. Little things that a keen observer will pick out. The voices are generally decent in Where Angels Cry. Some of them have odd voices but that's fine. I still think our editor in chief should be used in some of these games. His voice is priceless.

Where Angels Cry is generally not that bad until the end (spoilers coming). I beat this game in Casual mode in an hour and a half, so it was short. The end is where things in Where Angels Cry get strange. The prior has kidnapped an angel, and is trying to do some evil ritual on it. We have to kill the angel to set it free.
- Mark

 

Graphics: 75%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘9+' - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}
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