Become human again by removing a curse in Twilight City - Love as a Cure, an engaging quest filled with darkness and romance.
A young woman hopes for immortality so that love never dies. When her wish backfires and turns her into a monster however, she can no longer be near her dearest for fear of her burning desire for blood. There's only one solution available, and that's traveling to the mysterious city of Skylight where she hopes to change her fortune.
Step into the shoes of this young woman and help her break the curse that keeps her dearest away in this intriguing Hidden Object and life Simulation game. Travel through the city of Skylight as you meet other vampires who are willing to help you for a price. Take on quests, upgrade your abilities, and search for helpful objects. Will you ever become human again?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Twilight City - Love as a Cure today!
Remove the vampire's curse in this captivating Adventure game.
Search for objects and complete quests through the mysterious town of Skylight.
Meet other vampires who are willing to help for a price.
Upgrade your abilities and balance skills to maintain your humanity.
Overcome all obstacles to become human once again.
Slow, inane and don't waste your money. To call this an HO game is like calling an egg a bird. . . . .
Scobrena | Added on: December 6, 2012
The into is very slow and repeats itself without any way to interrupt it. Once you enter the game there's a lot of clicking to do a lot of stuff before you ever see a HO game. For a game that was labeled a HO game it sure has more other things than HO. There's no real story to keep your interest going, just a bunch of tasks. Maybe it'll appeal to others but I really like having a story to follow.
hasbeen | Added on: December 24, 2012
I don't usually like the time mgt. games, but this held my interest and kept me going. I didn't mind the racing around because I upgraded to faster transportation as soon as I could get some money. I will probably buy this one.
roxy8279 | Added on: January 29, 2013
Gamehouse put this game in the wrong category. It is not a hidden object game. It is more like a puzzle game. Great game fun to play I hope people will give it more than an hour to truly enjoy it. You learn , you eat, you rest , decorate your room. buy clothes. change the color of your outfit. complete tasks given to you by vampires, and work to earn money, Instead of using potions to restore energy levels you can go to your room and rest that way you can finish the game before it gets boring.
I was very disappointed with this game. I have trouble calling this either an adventure game or a hidden object game. To me it seems more along the lines of a time management game, in that you have to work to make money, but working makes you lose vitality, so then you have to eat to replace the vitality you lost. Then you accumulate enough money between working and eating so you can perform assigned tasks, such as attending classes or going on quests. Whatever type of game you want to call it, it's really boring. It's not finely drawn, nor is there any action to speak of. All the scenes are static. I just can't find anything to recommend here.
This game was nothing like your ordinary HOG. It was more like, try your turn at being a vampire.. get a job, buy clothes, eat, etc. Like a life game. Got bored quick. Had trouble with the screen resolution, so there was a glitch in the game as well.
Empress_Kuku | Added on: December 12, 2012
This game is a like a time management get a job earn coins to pay for upgrades and education for spells bla bla.....it was okay i played right through....at first its a bit scattered then when u get to know what ur doin its all good
petdetail | Added on: December 10, 2012
Very different from any HO game I've ever played. In fact, not much HO going on at all just a lot of going from point A to point B back to point A then point B...and so on. Would not recommend unless you were trying to fall asleep.
pras | Added on: December 7, 2012
I enjoyed this game immensely. This is far more a simple RPG than a HOG. An RPG with almost all the fighting removed. It is all about building up your characters abilities in order to achieve goals. The tasks did seem far too easy to me. I would have liked to have earned the achievements a lot more. I hope there will be a sequel.
janeaustenfan | Added on: December 13, 2012
I usually give more time to new games but this one I couldn't get into at all. First, the graphics were of poor quality, then, you had to do a lot of back and forth and wait awhile for your horse to go from each place to its next destination. Excessive conversation as well--which granted, you can skp through but I tend to like SOME conversation in hidden object games so I know the storyline, but with all of these issues combined, I just couldn't even finish the game. Gamehouse--i'd much rather wait a month or two for a great game then a game like this one. Think about it.
I didn't get it, I guess it might work for some but not my cup of tea.
redaf | Added on: December 7, 2012
The intro is not over long and sets up the scenario for why you are where you are and what your ultimate goal is. Would not classify it as an HO game. More of a management game with a few Ho's and accumulation of property and character development. A lot of back and forth and here and there, lots of clicking, and though when I first started I didn't think I would stick with it, I couldn't help myself from going to the next place to see what I could buy, or how I could make my character smarter, stronger, get a better job, etc. Before I knew it I was totally sucked in and had to keep playing til the end. Also realized if I would make myself wait on the next quest and just keep building my character I could perform my tasks and quests more efficiently as a result. I will probably play this again as the other gender, or trying different development tactics. It was a totally different style of game than I generally like, but a nice break from the standard, or routine.