Reveal the secrets behind haunting visions in Faded Reality, an eerie seek-and-find quest.
Monica just received a corneal transplant but after the successful surgery, she is plagued by strange visions that she cannot explain. As reality fades into strange glimpses of places that she has never been to, she stumbles across a series of mysterious disappearances connected to her donor and an unknown clinic. Soon she realizes however, that this odd quest to find answers may also turn deadly.
Help Monica use her new abilities to decipher visions and stay safe. Find the clues to re-create events of the past and figure out what happened to her donor as well as the other patients of the clinic. Enjoy a whole new way of finding objects, visit a wide variety of settings, and solve fun word puzzles. Can you discover the deadly truth of an experiment gone wrong?
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Faded Reality today!
Step into the strange unknown with this Hidden Object mystery.
Follow visions of an eye transplant patient in search of odd disappearances.
Enjoy a new way of finding objects by solving words.
Play creative mini-games to reveal more mysteries.
Can you discover the deadly truth of an experiment gone wrong?
There are a number of outstandng reviews of this game already published, so it will be hard to any much of anything new. Like others, I could not finish this game, it just drags on forever. I too found the minigames boring and childish. I found the story line not to my liking, when the game appeard to have been developed for younger gamers. I would suggest as other have that their are many other great games available for you to try. I recommend passing on this game.
I like the idea that you have to figure out words by using letters to find objects. Most of the HOs are easy to find. The graphics and storyline are good. I am probably going to purchase this game because I think it will be a good replay
mavethrave | Added on: September 10, 2010
For the most part this is an easy hog with ample hints although I only used it a few times. It was and interesting story line which is what kept me playing. I was very disappointed in the ending. It really left everything hanging out there. Is she still being persued? Or was everyone killed? It would be a good game for older kids I suppose although young ones wouldn't have any trouble playing it. Basically I would call it OK. An afternoon diversion.
The game was very interesting. The mini games were great. I really enjoyed playing.
bella24 | Added on: September 17, 2010
This game was Okay. Besides the normal HOG, there is also a search for letters. These letters are used to make words that uncover hidden objects. The puzzles, while very easy, were ones I hadn't seen before. I chose not to purchase this game because, in the hour I played it, it seemed a bit repetitive. I give it points for the novel format though. There is a solitaire card game with no instructions - at first it was a little confusing - but, I eventually figured out that we were to match cards. Graphics are a bit fuzzy and I felt like I needed to climb into the screen to find some objects.
Played the game to the end but was surprised when found it seemed to fade away into nothing. I was expecting the girl to at least be attacked, But it just ended leaving you wanting. The story as it went along made you expect something a bit more gritty at the end.
daizylady30 | Added on: October 10, 2011
THis game was such a disapointment. The story line was intriguing at first and then just dragged on and on until a sudden anti-climactic ending. The titles of a lot of the items were not what I thought they should be(i.e a torch is a flashlight, a fiddle stick is a violin bow, ect.). The size of some of the items was not proportionate. This game is definetly NOT kid friendly, unless of course you don't mind your child reading about murder and mutilation.
Fun to play. Hard at times and makes you think and move. Not a long game but you will replay over and over
Harlowe1962 | Added on: March 15, 2011
I have never played a game like this before. Looking for the letters to complete each level was very interesting. I am disappointed with the abrupt ending though. After putting in so much time to complete the game I felt very let down with the ending. Hopefully next time the person actually playing the game can be taken into consideration when the game is being made. Game house......we dont like abrupt endings...we feel robbed with no closure. I know its just a game BUT we spent our time playing it and we are the customers that build your business. Hey....give us more games like "Settlement-Colossus" That game was awesome!
For me this game was very monotonous will child-like mini games, the shape mini game really became annoying quickly – but you can skip the mini games. This is definitely not a child-friendly game due to the dialog, not the game play. I would suggest if you are squeamish you may not want to read the dialog. The only reasons I gave this game a 3 star, rather than 1 star, were because it is quite unique in how you have to find letters to fill in gaps in the names of objects so you could uncover what was under them, and the storyline is interesting and makes you want to continue – which is the only reason I finished the game.
Agree with others who say developers can't figure out who this game is for. Fairytale settings with gruesome notes about hacked off body parts. Story never comes together and ending makes no sense. Mini-games are fun at first then get tedious.
lynnisrich | Added on: September 10, 2010
I've been enjoying this game. I've had to really think about a lot of the scenes and that's what I like. The graphics and the story are pretty good too. Another thing I like about this game is that there are objects behind things.
haley458 | Added on: September 8, 2010
For the first hour or so, this game is really interesting with unique mini-games and H/O scenes. After about the 20th H/O scene that are all the same style, and realizing that there are only about 3-4 mini-games that keep revolving, the game becomes more than a little monotonous. I eventually just stopped playing b/c this "mystery" that you're trying to solve just seems to go on and on and you don't get any closer -- just similar clues in these written notes that you have to find. I wish there could be a progression to make me feel like I'm getting closer -- the game could end out of the blue or just go on forever at this rate. Also, I know that some people get frustrated when objects' names don't really match what the object is -- there are a lot of those in this game. I really am curious to how this ends, but I just don't have to patience to find any more letters to spell it out.
Not sure why there were so many bad reviews. Yes it could have had a better ending but if you want a story go to the movies. It was better than most HO games as each scene was different no playing the same areas over & over like alot of HOs out there. Objects were relatively easy to find. No dark areas that you can't see which was a plus. Only used a couple of hints. Puzzles were unique but did repeat. I made it interesting by trying to do them faster each time. You do have a skip option. I enjoyed the game. Give it a try. I wouldn't purchase as I don't see a great replay value. Good game just to relax and play.
I really like this game. However, it's the same problem I have with most of the games I download on here, the games don't last long enough and you beat the game in a very short time. I wish the games were longer.
wheatnurse | Added on: September 20, 2010
The game was really easy that a school age kid could play, but the text was gruesome and would not be appropriate. Played all the way through the game and it just ended. No revealing who was behind the murders. Too weird. I liked the extra games. Like the card games or the light up the picture game. A lot of grammar problems too.
xenutia | Added on: September 8, 2010
I think the problem with this game is that the designers don't seem to have worked out which market it's aimed at. The Splash screen gave me the impression that it was going to be an adult HOG with a fantasy twist to it, which is why I downloaded it. Then when I got the opening scene up, it was very much a 'child's picture book' type interface, with a pretty village scene. The type used was the sort that you would normally find in a six-year-olds story book. The game play really did seem to be aimed at children - perhaps 8-12 year-old girls, and had that 'Barbie' girlie feel, which is by no means a bad thing if you want 8-12 year-old girls to play it. I dived in to have a go, because I'm a bit kid at heart and it looked like a bit of fun. I did find some of the objects quite hard to find, and I think that kid's even sharp-eyed ones might have some trouble, but the hints were fast and furious so it didn't really matter. One feature of the game which is really good for kids in the 'learning to read bigger words' age group was fitting letters into words to complete them. Again, the design of this bit of the game certainly seemed to be aimed at pre-teen kids. Then it moved onto the next scene. The dialogue boxes had a decidedly adult feel and would seem to have fitted far better into an adult (and quite adult) HOG rather than a kids one. The phrases and words used were certainly not kid friendly and I can't imagine many kids bothering to read them. Not really a problem as the skip button was there. It just seemed a bit odd having such an adult storyline in what was obviously a kid's game. Then the next scene came up, which was certainly more in keeping with an adult HOG -- a gloomy interior with no bright objects, which had a totally different feel to the first cheerful scene, and which seemed a bit bizarre with the childish text along the bottom. The objects were well hidden and I really struggled to find some of them. There was still the 'fit the letter' into the word feature. I played it through for a bit to see it settled down, but it still seemed as if the developers had taken a bit from a few different games for different age groups and put them together to make a game. On the plus side, the graphics were nice, and I didn't mind playing it for a bit, just skipping the dialogue and ignoring the storyline. I think this game might appeal to a few people from each age group, rather than a lot of people of one age group. Definitely not for serious gamers!!!!
I didn't finish the demo. I really wanted to like this game, the scenes weren't amazing, but they were really cute. The items were really easy to find and the whole 'finding letters and spelling words' thing was really annoying. If it hadn't been for that, I may have liked the game. But, this one isn't that great. I have played hundreds of games and I need a challenge. This game just wasn't it for me. I have recommended some amazing games that I have played and absolutely love. If you're new to Gamehouse, try them out.
Truly enjoyed the game. Great for relaxing fun...wish it had more levels!
PipCat | Added on: January 4, 2011
I enjoyed this game although I had some difficulty following the storyline. It seemed disjointed to me but perhaps another run through with more careful reading will correct that. I really enjoyed having to find the letters to solve the names of objects within the puzzle in order to get to the next scene. If you're not into word puzzles then perhaps this is not the game for you. I was very disappointed that the game just ended - no explanations, no hint as to what happened - it just ended. While the HO portion of game itself is kid friendly I would seriously hestitate to recommend this to a parent of small children. The dialogue conjures up images of very violent acts so I would suggest that parents preview this before letting their children have a go at it.