Whispers Revelation
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 10
  • 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Whispers Revelation 

Uncover the mysterious secrets that lurk at Hawkins High in Whispers – Revelation, a unique and compelling hidden objects adventure. The creepy old grounds of Hawkins High boarding school are haunted by ghostly characters and sinister spirits. At the age of 7, Lunna lost her mom and dad in a fateful car accident. After the accident, her power to see and communicate with the spirit world was awakened. Although her living peers are afraid of Lunna and stay away from her, the spirits reach out for her help. Who are these spirits and what's their story? Explore the grounds with this lonely teen and solve the mysteries tucked away in every corner. Bravely experience the mystery for yourself when you try the free trial version of Whispers – Revelation or download the full-unlimited version today!

  • Join in Lunna's intriguing and dramatic story with the spirit world.
  • Enjoy captivating graphics and a variety of interesting puzzles open new chapters and provide more clues.
  • Discover and collect useful objects along the way as you and Lunna help the spirits.
  • Finish the whole game for exciting bonus content.
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Reviews of Whispers Revelation
 | Added on: July 14, 2013
 
I've played hundreds of games, and this one is easily down near the bottom. There is no direction, the map won't take you anywhere, the graphics are poor, and the story line just meanders around. There is no way to know where to go or what to do based on the game. If it weren't for the hint button, you could go around in circles. Don't waste your time.
 | Added on: June 3, 2013
 
English is obviously not the writer's first language. Syntax was so bad i quit after five minutes
 | Added on: May 31, 2013
 
I normally love this type of game and enjoy exploring and talking to "people." This game is too hard to navigate and has little direction other than clicking and reclicking the hint button.
 | Added on: June 11, 2013
 
Makes no sense. No way to even guess where to go next.
 | Added on: June 4, 2013
 
The artwork was good, the voices were fine- but as soon as you start to talk about game play, this game loses appeal. There is 'technically' a map- it doesn't show you really where you're going or how to get there, doesn't teleport you, and doesn't tell you where you have available actions. Really, the only possible way you can get through the game is to guess and use the hint button. It becomes a leading you by the hand game- and it also contains another of my pet peeves: You can see objects you can use later, but you can't pick them up. The storyline probably wouldn't be bad, if the game play issue was resolved, but by the time I finished the game, I was so relieved to be done that the storyline seemed trivial.
 | Added on: June 4, 2013
 
I've been a member for a long time and never written a review - I'm pretty lazy about that sort of thing - but have been driven to it now by the sheer awfulness of this game. I don't object to the back and forth of these sort of hidden object games that some find irritating, but this took the biscuit. There is no obvious, logical flow to the gameplay or availability of objects. Tasks send you miles away just to cliek on something that tells you you need to find something in the area you just left - over and over again.. Mindless, pointless, back and forth is bad enough, but in between virtually everything you might do throws up yet another pointless cut scene. I couldn't stand it any more and have deleted it barely any of the way through. Thank god for Fun Pass!
 | Added on: May 31, 2013
 
From the story line to the mini games to the HOS all was a thumbs up! Great job! No complaints, great ending, nice cliffhanger, looking forward to the sequel.
 | Added on: October 21, 2013
 
This game is fun to figure out. It's not that simple it actually requires some brain. I don't know why it has such a low rating? I liked it. I had trouble with some of the directions but I thought maybe the hint wasn't accurate and sure enough it wasn't. For example in the beginning of the game in the library the hint encircled an area to the right on the very first aisle of books. Actually your suppose to go to the picture that is hanging in the third aisle just remember the hint won't always be accurate.
 | Added on: June 4, 2013
 
i found this game to be very frustrating. the graphics on the HO portion of the game were awful. it was extremely difficult to find objects when they could barely be seen. there was no rhymn nor reason to the game. i found myself going back and forth with no idea what i was looking for. the task bar was nice, but not helpful enuf to take the frustration out of the game. the map was useless for me...
 | Added on: June 10, 2013
 
I usually don't mind a good challenge, but there are some drawbacks here that some may not have the patience for. First off, you see items you know you will or may need and you are not allowed to pick them up. There are many, many h/o scenes so you have to check and recheck different areas to get your items. There is ALOT of back and forth that gets old after a while and when you think you have what you need, you might not have everything and are not allowed to complete a task out of a set sequence. There are a lot of mini games, and most were fine, some more challenging than others.The graphics are nice, voice and sound ok. There is a map that kind of helps, but does not transport you to the place once you have been there as in some games. That was ok, but with all of the running around you are expected to do, it would have been helpful to accelerate movement from place to place. I have to admit I was grateful the hint button showed me the way to go at times when I was utterly without direction. I finished the game, and it was ok, just way too much running around without direction from the storyline for me.
 | Added on: July 15, 2013
 
I like this game but im having nothing but problems playing it. First it wouldnt recognise that i had a current flash player and now it shuts down when i click on a hidden object sparkle scene. So unfortunately I give up. Would have been a good game otherwise
 | Added on: June 4, 2013
 
I didn't finish playing this game. Too boring. Very little interaction required on my part except to move from scene to scene. Very few objects you could interact with. Map useless.
 | Added on: June 3, 2013
 
I wanted to give the game the benefit of the doubt for the first 15 minutes but soon I got tired of the game. It's hard to maneuver around and there's no clear map. The map is complicated and can't get to another scene from it. Also the areas aren't clear where to click and what to do. I understand a challenge but this just showed to be confusing.
 | Added on: June 7, 2013
 
Strange game with no direction. Map is basically worhless and task list really doesn't help much. Graphics were murky and HO scenes were just piles and and piles of junk where some objects were lmost impossible to see. Sound effects were eerie but after playing for a while became quite annoying. Although hint button recharged quickly, by the time it reached its destination, you could have taken a nap. I'm not going to say don't waste your time, but be prepared to use that hint button constantly throughout the game.
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