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Family Tales: The Sisters

Average Rating 10 player reviews ( 4.0 out of 5.0 )

Rescue your sister from a dark parallel reality!

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Game Description

You'd like nothing more than a full night's sleep, but you are increasingly plagued with haunting nightmares of your sister Anna. Trapped in a dark parallel reality, Anna cries out for you to rescue her. But these dreams are much too vivid and you begin to suspect that they aren't merely dreams, but that they are visions. Not knowing what to do, you drive to your parent's home, but find it abandoned and in disrepair. Upon entering, you try to follow your sister's footsteps, but the place you once called home is unfamiliar, cold and falling apart. Soon you realize that you aren't in your childhood home at all, you are in face in a horrific psychiatric asylum. You have entered the world of the Dark Lord and recognize it as the sinister reality where your sister is trapped. Can you rescue your sister and take her back home? In order to do so, you must defeat the dreaded Dark Lord! Are you up to this terrifying task?

-Challenging gameplay
-Complex puzzles
-Fascinating plot

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  • by keyser13 on May 02, 2014

    Not a bad game. Interesting story. THANK GOODNESS FOR THE HINTS BUTTON. Thing sometimes a little dark for us older eyes. Graphics were very good. It did need a map though. Didn't have sound on. See more See less

  • by galet09 on Sep 18, 2013

    I really hated this. I thought it way too difficult. It really joggled your brain trying to figure out what to do and the hint system was 99 per cent useless. You were stuck and would click it and most of the time it would simply circle something in your inventory even when there was NOTHING THERE! The ojbects were most of time difficult to find, mini games too tough as well. You had to wait awhile before you could skip. The only times the hints functioned well was when you were finding objects from a list. I finished the first level and had had enough. See more See less

  • by bluevapo on Sep 10, 2013

    If ever a game needed a walkthrough, it's this one. I'm not the only one to have got stuck by a long shot - although nobody else seems to have got stuck where I did, on the little island with nothing but a wooden cup. Is it cursor trouble, which others have reported, or is it a glitch? The graphics are only so-so, particularly the people, and the HOG are rather gloomy, although the puzzles are OK. The storyline is interesting, but gameplay is not obvious - and that's on the easiest mode! Even worse, it's one of those games where you have to do everything in a strict order. The concept is good, but it needs some work - and a walkthrough! See more See less

  • by gjenkins57 on Aug 30, 2013

    This game was hard enough to keep you busy and interested. Excellent!! See more See less

  • by scandalous54 on Aug 18, 2013

    The game started out pretty good, but when I got toward the ending the cursor became stagnant, I could not find a way to keep the gate up with the tools I had neither the twig, branch or pick ax worked! Hopefully someone can figure it out and give me heads up. It still was an ok for all access. See more See less

  • by BiddyCat on Aug 16, 2013

    It was a good game If you have played a lot of different games you will know how and why and where you have to go.Loved the HO's you have to find items to make objects really funthen you find the next object by using the one before it.They were fun to figure out. To get the cat to open up I just kept clicking on both ears and must have hit the right order because it gave up its hidden object.The hint will show you your directions if ya get lost and not sure where to go. Overall enjoyed alot, think the ending could have been more dramatic for this game really left me sad they need a big blowout not therethough a good game. See more See less

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