Inception of Darkness - Exorcist 3
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Inception of Darkness - Exorcist 3 

Uncover an age-old conspiracy of evil with Inception of Darkness - Exorcist 3 Deluxe, a supernatural investigation led by Garret Ghostfighter. Garret is summoned to an excavation site by his friend Colonel McGrove. After unearthing an ancient stone, a scientist vanished and the camp experienced many inexplicable catastrophes.

  • play this sequel to the celebrated Exorcist series
  • explore an engaging storyline following the trendy interest in spirits and supernatural powers influencing human lives
  • enjoy extra long playtime
  • search for hidden items and solve the mystery!
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Reviews of Inception of Darkness - Exorcist 3
 | Added on: January 23, 2013
I don't generally like the "dark" games, but I did like this one--probably because I found it to be a bit more difficult than the average HOG. The HO scenes themselves weren't all that difficult, but some of the puzzles required a lot of thinking and some math skills. The puzzles were not the ordinary ones, and I really liked that. In fact, I would have given this 4 stars if there had not been so much back and forth. This game is fairly complicated, and I confess that if the hint key had not pointed me in the right direction, I might never have finished. You really have to keep your eyes open and remember where you've seen things because it may be quite some time before you can get back to something and procure it. I thought the story line held together and even provided some tension toward the end when you weren't sure this would turn out the way you wanted. A map that would have shown where actions needed to be taken would have been a real help, and being able to click on the location and go there would have been even better. But I enjoyed playing the game for the mental challenge. The story content is definitely not for everyone, and certainly not for young children.
 | Added on: December 17, 2012
I liked this game, i tend to like the scary ones more so myself. Decent Graphics,and Original. Has you jumping around to find items and remembering where you need to use them. The items in the hidden games weren't super hard to find but weren't super easy either i think just right. Some of the mini games really had me thinking, some even stumped me. Over all The story line kept me sunk in and i continued to play to finish the story:) I would recommend this to others who love these games as well!
 | Added on: December 20, 2012
I was somewhat disappointed with this game. It had the potential to be a lot better. Way too much time going back and forth between locations, and I found myself using the hint button to figure out where I was supposed to go. The mini games were interesting, but some of the instructions were pretty vague. HO scenes were a bit of a challenge. I just expected more from this, not something I would play again.
 | Added on: December 19, 2012
This was not a bad game. It was well drawn, with lots of scenes and smooth graphics and interaction. It just wasn't very interesting. The mini games were fairly challening, the HOS were fairly easy, although they did include some of the 'extra hidden' that I like, where you have to open things or use tools to find the actual requested object. I took several days to play it, in short intervals, because it just never grabbed me. It irked me that the vocals rarely matched the text on screen; I guess this is a translation issue. The ending as in so many is abrupt and pretty boring. I would not recommend paying for it, but if you have FunPass it's fine to use some of your spare time on.
 | Added on: December 17, 2012
Game had the potential to be great, but didn't quite make it for me, kinda went flat. Hints recharged quickly, graphics were good, but I was disappointed in the "monster". HO scenes ranged from easy to difficult. You had the usual mini games, but with a slight twist. Hope you enjoy more than I did.
 | Added on: November 18, 2013
I really enjoyed Exorcist II, but was very disappointed with the sequel, Exorcist III. The story line is pretty fragile, the way hot spots were implemented made it easy to toally miss important items as they were far away from the actual objects and overall I would NOT recommend this to anyone expecting a similar and great game that was Exorcist II
 | Added on: December 21, 2012
It is an okay HOG, good puzzles, okay graphics, but too much running around. The story line was okay. If you notice I am saying alot of okays, which is what the game was, just okay.
 | Added on: December 20, 2012
i hate when these hidden object games have really slow moving cursors overall the game is okay.....i think the cursor tho needs to be exorcised LOL.....if your looking for a good game try the house of a thousand doors both of them they are fantastic and addictive and that atlantis one too!!
 | Added on: December 22, 2012
Had a lot of back and forth between scenes. I also found the need to use the hint button to find out where I should be.
 | Added on: December 19, 2012
Of the 3 Exorcist games, this is the weakest. It's short, not too dynamic, not very hard and quite mediocre when it comes to story-line & it's development. Not a lot of different locations, not much mystery, just kinda like going through the motions of an average game. It really could have been so much more! The other 2 Exorcist games are good but this one seems as if it was developed very quickly just to get it to market. I wouldn't buy this game. Instead, I'd buy the FunPass that allows you to play many and not purchase just one. Otherwise, you'll be disappointed in the product you get. HOG's were was just the story, length and conclusion. Quite blah.
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