Sacra Terra - Angelic Night Platinum Edition
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Sacra Terra - Angelic Night Platinum Edition 

Vanquish the demons of the Seven Deadly Sins to rescue humanity from peril in Sacra Terra - Angelic Night Deluxe, a frightening journey through the unknown. Your worst nightmare comes true when you wake to find yourself trapped in a decaying mental hospital. Making matters even more alarming, demons based on the Seven Deadly Sins roam the grounds as your fellow patients.

  • your worst nightmare comes true in this frightening hidden object journey
  • explore a dilapidated hospital and its surroundings filled with demons to find a way out
  • locate well-hidden clues, gather useful items, and solve cleverly designed puzzles
  • this game title is intended for mature audiences only
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Reviews of Sacra Terra - Angelic Night Platinum Edition
 | Added on: November 15, 2015
 
First played this game (and loved it) a few years ago - still love it! Excellent story line, tons of HOS & puzzles that were challenging, but doable. A little running around, but logical - running around with a purpose. Not a jump map, but still enough guidance to get you where you need to be. Many thanks GameHouse, for yet another great gaming experience!
 | Added on: September 19, 2014
 
I thought this was the very best hidden object game I have ever played. The thing I really liked about it was the fact there were so many hidden object puzzles in it. I have never played a game that had so many. It really made it fun! I started it and finished it in one day --- like a good book that you can't put down. I am really looking forward to the other three games in the bundled pack I purchased. Thank all the wonderful people who created this game and made it so much fun to play.
 | Added on: October 7, 2011
 
This is a wonderful game, I enjoyed it so much – I loved how you had to find items to solve problems and open new areas. The game play was challenging (I played casual mode), but not frustrating. The mini games were varied and fun. The graphics were great, storyline compelling with objectives that were interesting and relevant. The game was quite long too, with a satisfying ending. I really can’t fault this game at all. I was a little gutted that I couldn’t find all the bonus hidden objects (got 40 out of 42), and I’m not sure what you get if you find them all – I might play again so I can see if I can get them all. I wouldn’t recommend for children as it is an adult theme, but if you like HOGS then you will definitely love this one! If I could give it more than 5 stars I would
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
 
I have played tons of hidden object games and it becomes very quick to realise a great game from an average one. Sacre Terra is a great game. You just dont want to stop playing it. The idea of the seven deadly sins is excellent and really adds to the fun. Gluttony for example where you have to cook a devillish dish to kill him off is hysterical. Some puzzles were quite challenging and all were clever. This is a well thought out game with a lot of extra effort put into the story line and graphics. The cut scenes were outstanding and hidden object games have really progressed with games like these. My only complaint (and its minor) seems to be once you got past the first three sinners the game seemed to accelerate and be over very quickly which was a shame as the perception was I still had a lot of the game to complete. The second half should have been longer but full credit to the designers, I loved it.
 | Added on: October 13, 2011
 
One of the best games i've played in ages,Just every thing about it is what I like in a Hidden Object game.. If it was a book i'd say it's "Unputdownable".You had to think about it and remember where you had to go or where you'd been. It was just the best.
 | Added on: April 7, 2012
 
I really really liked this game. In fact I think it is one of the best I have played this year. I like the games where you go back and forth because it keeps me on my toes. When I collect something that goes in my inventory I am like oh yeah I know where to use that now if I can just remember how to get back over there!!!! I thought it had a great storyline and I enjoyed 86ing the demons. Thanks again GameHouse for another great game.
 | Added on: January 6, 2012
 
Somewhat slow but very involved. Enjoyed this game as much as Phatom of the Opera. Thought the end was a little lame but would give this 5 stars overall. Liked the fact that there were lots of HO pop-ups throughout.
 | Added on: November 16, 2011
 
try this game its trilling and you just want more. you don want to stop.
 | Added on: October 20, 2011
 
I enjoyed this game and the graphics and cut scenes where well done. They demons are kind of scary for kids and even me. LOL The only part I didn't care for was when the angel gal showed up it would say angel several times. I recommend it for a great game that requires some thinking but not too much. :-)
 | Added on: October 28, 2011
 
I enjoyed the back and forth with this game. I liked the fact that there was a map to let you know where you were, but you had to come out to go to another area . .. it just didn't take you there like some games do. Lots of items to find and lots of thinking in this game!
 | Added on: October 7, 2011
 
The graphics is wonderful, eerie and nice music. The story line is suspenseful and interesting, of course it's not kid-friendly unless you want to give them nightmare :P. HO are great, very well hidden but clear, not fuzzy. Puzzles and tasks are medium hard, and are very enjoyable, I didn't skip any. Lots of back and forth since some HOs won't be available until you reach certain points of game. It's not too bad, but may irritate some people. The hint is pretty useful outside HO, it will point toward the direction of interactions (w/o consuming hint) or to object and point of interaction (consume hint). The only thing I used walkthrough for is the beyond objects (often each scene has 1), I missed like 5 out of 43, and I didn't want to scan through every scene looking for them. It only unlocks the videos that you can watch again, so actually just for completion, not worth anything. It's an amazing game. Pretty long play time for expert mode. Overall, it's highly recommended.
 | Added on: December 14, 2011
 
This was a truly GREAT game!! Captivated me for some hours! (Have to work here and there.) Hats off to Alawar! This was so involved and interesting so a 5 star is warranted! Wonderful music and quite challenging. Excellent visuals too. Recommend highly!
 | Added on: October 20, 2011
 
The graphics on this game may be the best I have ever played. I really enjoyed this game. Great storyline.
 | Added on: January 2, 2012
 
Very fascinating game, takes some thought to get through some levels and is a little spooky at times...lol. Very fun to play, not for kids though.
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
I loved this game, just my cup of tea. A bit thinky, a lot of things happening, quite long, amazing grafics - nice story - the ending was a bit wierd, but all in all, great !
 | Added on: October 20, 2011
 
This is generally a good game. The graphics are clear, the hidden objects scenes somewhat challenging. The hint feature is unlimited and recharges quickly in the casual mode. The game is longer playing than many of the recently issued games. I would not recommend this game for children, unless played with an adult willing to explain the symbolism of game, due to the darker aspecs of the game. That being said the game has some very frustrating features that in my opinion, will run many undetermined gamers away early. Specifically the almost constant need to move back and forth between scenes after finding only a couple of objects. For some locations you have to click forward and back as many as 12 times each way after completing a simple task or finding 1 item. Also during the course of the game you add a large number of items to your inventory that will have to used at some point in the game. The frustration here being that the time and number of scenes between identifing the need for an items, finding the items, and then being able to use the item can be extreamly long. In some cases the time period is so long it is hard to remember the specific location the items is needed. The map assist in this manner somewhat but, as you can not use the map to jump between locations, you are required to click around the different areas until the specific location for the use of the item is located. All so the limited number of different HO locations and the frequent need to return to the same scenes to locate different items becomes boring at times. Even with these listed somewhat negative points I still rate this game as a 4.
 | Added on: October 14, 2011
 
This was really fun to play and I found it challenging. There was a lot of back and forth between scenes early on in the game but a great game overall.
 | Added on: October 11, 2011
 
Was fun the whole way through =) lots of different places to go and things to do.
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
Graphics fantastic, game play very interesting. One of the best games I've played in a long time.
 | Added on: January 23, 2012
 
I played this game on expert mode and was so enthralled that I didn't want to go to bed. The game had a lot of different areas to explore and challenges to unravel. I absolutely loved it. Even though there were times that I searched the same area for hidden objects, the length of time between the searches didn't make them boring. Unlocking new rooms to explore and new challenges kept me going and going and going - like the Energizer Bunny....lol. The game was long but not drawn out. Gamehouse, you've done an absolutely great job with this one!
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