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Abyss the Wraiths of Eden 


G5 Entertainment is back in the Family Friendly Gaming forum with Abyss the Wraiths of Eden. This is their latest hidden object horror mystery iPad game. Abyss the Wraiths of Eden originally comes from the PC, and it ports nicely over to the tablet arena. This ranges from cut scenes to the voice acting.

Abyss the Wraiths of Eden starts out like many other hidden object stories on the iPad. Players take on the role of a lady searching for the man she loves. He has gone missing and search and rescue has not been able to find him for two days. She goes to where he last dove and follows the trail of his glow sticks left underwater.

I have a couple of issues with the premise of the storyline in Abyss the Wraiths of Eden. First off those glow sticks should not last that long. How come the search and rescue team could not follow the glow sticks? The underwater city was not that far away. So I would think they should have been able to follow the trail.

Abyss the Wraiths of Eden can be spooky at times especially with all the dead bodies and threats written in what looks like blood. I found myself repulsed and jumping on a couple of shocking events in Abyss the Wraiths of Eden. There are numerous freaky things going on in Abyss the Wraiths of Eden bordering on demonic.

Abyss the Wraiths of Eden tries to be all things to all skill sets, and game play levels. Players choose early on how difficult they want Abyss the Wraiths of Eden to be. Are hints liberally given, or much less frequent. The hidden object screens themselves are not as interesting as the rest of the game.

I did get tired of searching around for one item, going back so many screens to use it. Then I would get that item and go so many screens to interact with something else. I know this is the core of the hidden object genre, but it is one I have grown weary of. It would be nice for keys to be nearby instead of five rooms away.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 63%

System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘4+' - 4+
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