Nightfall Mysteries Double Pack
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
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Nightfall Mysteries Double Pack 

Enjoy the chills and thrills of the Nightfall Mysteries Double Pack, two eerie Hidden Object gems for the price of one.

Take two unsettling journeys into darkness as you try to stay alive. In Nightfall Mysteries - Curse of the Opera, avoid becoming the next victim as the Opera troupe you belong to begins to disappear one by one. In Nightfall Mysteries - Asylum Conspiracy, escape the madness of an abandoned asylum as you search for answers to a mysterious past.

Both frightening encounters offer hours of spine-tingling chills not meant for the faint of heart. Search through creepy scenes for important items and play twisted mini-games that are certain to keep you on the edge of your seat. Meet engaging characters, discover dark secrets, and figure out a way to stay alive.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of the Nightfall Mysteries Double Pack today!

  • Stay alive in this double dose of Hidden Object frights for one low price.
  • Find out what is happening to your troupe in Curse of the Opera.
  • Escape the madness of an abandoned institution in Asylum Conspiracy.
  • Search for important items and play twisted mini-games.
  • All games in this Pack are also available as individual downloads, so FunPass players still get access to the full version of all these games!
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Reviews of Nightfall Mysteries Double Pack
 | Added on: March 8, 2013
 
This is a good set,play the Asylum one first and it blends to the Opera one... Nice clear graphics,good voice overs,HOS are just right,you can skip the puzzles and it dont count against you... Over all worth the time to check them out and play... Not kid friendly,a little heavy themed for them... HAPPY GAMING EVERYONE !!!
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
 
I really enjoyed both of these games. The puzzles are challenging and there is plenty of HOG scenes. A great value to get both games in the bundle.
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
 
Both of the games are great. The graphics are very well done, the storylines are interesting, and just all around great HO games. The mini games are challenging but not frustrating. The HO scenes are not too hard. There is some going back and forth between scenes to get inventory items but no more than in most HOGs. Two really great hidden object games for the price of one!
 | Added on: August 29, 2011
 
I had played played both games before, but still enjoyed playing them again. Play Asylum before Opera just because of the time-line. A definite recommendation for both. Enjoy!
 | Added on: August 24, 2011
 
Just completed the "Asylum Conspiracy" and am now working on the "Curse of the Opera", and both of these games are true gems! As another reviewer said, the graphics, voices, and characters are excellent. This game is challenging in that you need quite a good memory to put 2 and 2 together (ex. "this box requires a drill to open" and then you find the drill an hour later on your adventure!). Not a linear adventure, but rather, you follow a map around and you must revisit your locations. I would say that the theme and difficulty would not be suitable for young children (pretty dark and ominous!), but older children definitely. The added bonus is that they give you the walkthrough in case you are really stuck. All in all, great game!
 | Added on: August 26, 2011
 
Two great games but I played Asylum Conspiracy over a year ago. Curse of the Opera was fun without too much unnecessary backtracking. The mini games were challenging!
 | Added on: September 24, 2011
 
I was playing the Asylum Conspiracy game and was liking it okay (a little hard to follow at times) when I got to Chapter 7. I was in the Dentist's office and clicked on the Dentist chair and the little window game up to place a wire I had collected at the top left to fix the machine mechanism panel. I did that and the window closed immediately. I was havig trouble with the game after that and finally Googled a walkthrough and found I was supposed to be able to push a red button on the panel I had fixed with the wire, but the window went off without allowing me to do that. It was supposed to give me a sun emblem which would open a door. I tried and tried to reopen the window and push the button but it never would come back up. Without that sun emblem I couldn't finish the game!!!!!! Major flaw, I'd say. Hope it works for you.
 | Added on: March 5, 2012
 
Is the game I played for my free hour and I must say, not half bad. Kind of fun with lots of strange, fun people, things to do, mini puzzles and things to find. Some things are un-find-able without the help of your hint key. There is alittle back and forth, yet not to bad. I was really getting into the game when my hour ran out. Might just have to purchase this one. The graphics were good, but a huge amount of over crowding makes for a hard find. What a fun little town to visit. Try it you might love it.
 | Added on: May 5, 2013
 
Would have given a higher rating if there would have been a GOOD map. The HO's were quite challenging, a lot of the time it was because I could not see them. let alone find the HO's. The mini puzzles did not give me enough info to figure out what I needed to do. Not that I'm good at them anyway. But the length of both games were great.
 | Added on: August 10, 2013
 
I loved this bundle, especially the Asylum game; which you want to play first, as it segways into the other game. The second game was not as fun, as it basically nothing but Hidden Objects. It got boring quickly as there is not much of a storyline or anything to keep you interested. All in all, a good deal; it kept me busy for a couple of days.
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
 
I always see these double packs and wish I had waited so I could of had 2 for one deal! These two games are totally worth it, fun, fun, fun!! Some of the best hidden object games with great storylines!
 | Added on: September 22, 2011
 
This review is only on the "Asylum Conspiracy" as I had played the Opera game a while back. Given the title and contents, it is not for kids. The story is well laid out. My main objection is double edged. The asylum has too many rooms, which makes you go back and forth and in circles ( couldn't have made it through without the map and a walkthrough I found elsewhere). At the same time, this gives great play value to the game. I also found the hints at times were of little value (hence the walkthrough) and at other times right on. Lots of HOG and mini games to keep you moving and involved with it. The graphics are great and the music fits the "asylum" well. Give it a try!
 | Added on: September 13, 2011
 
I am not a gaming addict, but I'm not known for my stupidity, yet I can't get past the first few scenes on both games. Hints are totally useless, there appears no other way of finding things, and most scenes are near empty. What a waste of truly awesome graphics work.
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
 
[completed both games & loved them...] If you want 5-star games, 2 for 1, this pack is a steal! BOTH games offer in-depth storyline that holds our interest to the end. Characters are intriguing & well developed. Voice acting, music & ambient sounds are excellent. Graphics are gorgeous with numerous special touches. H-O scenes are well done, challenging but not crazy so. Hint system is good. Tasking makes sense & gives us choices. Gameplay offers near perfect mix of puzzles (some easy, some hard, some original) vs. hogs at approx 60-65% hog vs adventure/puzzles. The adventure/story drives the gameplay - Yay! The Nightfall Mysteries are professionally polished, showing that Vast Studios knows how to keep us intrigued & prefers to give us excitement, challenge, good length & high-quality games... 2 times in a row! You will not be disappointed.
 | Added on: January 25, 2012
 
I am enjoying the game so far, but I'm lost in the Opera area looking for wires for some machine. I have no idea where they are I've looked everywhere I'm allowed to go and have NO idea what color they are and how many I'm suppose to find. And never did find the guy I was suppose to be looking for in that area to fix the phones. :( But I'll keep trying I guess.
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
 
Some hidden items too small for me. Lots of running back and forth, can't click on map to travel from one place to another. Not clear on hint button if you need help. Got boring after awhile the screen were always the same, you could at times have to find the same items. Only played the first game and started the second to see if any different but the same format.
 | Added on: October 5, 2012
 
I really liked both of these games (make sure you play the asylum one first - I didn't and wish I had!) Great graphics, fun characters, good storyline. Some puzzles which are easily skipped if you get stuck on them. The ho scenes are great and just the right amount of difficulty. Both games are a good length of time - not too long where I was wondering when the heck the game would be over. Wish there were more games in this series. These games are NOT kid-friendly, btw...
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
 
Loved both games and want more games from Vast Studio! Wonderful graphics and great storyline. More please!
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