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Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD





Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD 


G5 Entertainment has created a new genre, or maybe it has been around but it is this reviewers first exposure to it. Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD is a horror hidden object game. Heavy emphasis on the horror part where this iPad game is concerned. The image of the game that shows on the iPad displays just how sick this game is.

Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD is not for the feint of heart, nor is it for children. In any way shape or form this game is not for children. That point can not be emphasized enough. Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD can give adults nightmares, it could possibly scar children emotionally for life.

Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD is about a little girl who dies at the lake, and then one of her friends becomes very ill. A demonic doll is with the little girl, and our character goes on a quest to try and help her. Players need to find certain items to unlock doors, put door knobs on other doors, and whatnot to move forward.

There are scary, sick, and occultist imagery in Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD. Spirits interact to relay important information, and move the story forward. The music in Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD is just as moody, and creepy. Do not play Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD late at night. It will cause human beings a loss of sleep.

The hint system in Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD is unpleasant to work with. Players can be on a screen trying to find what to do next. The game will use the hint to point out a puzzle that has not been solved. Usually because it is missing something important. No clue is given as to where that item may be. There are also multiple back tracks in Whisper of Fear Cursed Doll HD. Players jump around multiple screens to unlock something, only to have to go all the way back to use that item where they just were.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 51%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 64%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%
System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes}
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