Grim Tales: The Wishes Collector's Edition
Average Rating 3 player reviews ( 4.7 out of 5.0 )
Be careful what you wish for...
Be careful what you wish for... When her young son begins to wither and age before her eyes, your sister desperately requests your help. You arrive to discover that a deadly bargain has been made. You must set things right before your nephew pays the terrible price in Grim Tales: The Wishes!
Collector's Edition Features:
- Bonus Gameplay
- Integrated Strategy Guide
- Wallpapers and Concept Art
- Musical soundtrack
Most Recent Reviews To submit a rating or review, download this game
Good story. Long game but interesting. Hints refill quickly. Graphics were great. Lots of running around but you have a kind of map. It tells you what needs to be done in that area and if you click on it you go there. Didn't have sound on. See more See less
You definitely get your money's worth on this game! It's the longest Hidden Object game I've played, and the bonus section is also a bit lengthy. Graphics are great and the puzzles can be a bit tough. I grew tiresome of the back and forth (finding objects needed for other scenes, etc.) at some points, though there is a map to jump directly to previous scenes that helps save time. See more See less
This is a good game. You play the Aunt of a young boy who is under a curse - every time he makes a wish, he ages. His mother has been trapped in a snow globe (you cannot make this stuff up people) so it is up to you to make it right. There are plenty of HO scenes, which are very easy. The mini games are easy as well. There is a lot of dialogue, but you can skip through it. The hint button charges quickly, but you do not need it as they have a strategy guide. However, I suggest you do not use it - where's the fun in that? There is a lot of back and forth, but you can click on the little puppet (your helper) and he will open a map that shows you where you have tasks to complete. You can then click on the area and you are taken there immediately. The graphics are great and there is interaction with the characters with voiceovers - not the dialogue that you just click through which can be a little annoying. Anyway, there is a lot to do so try to keep track of everything. Enjoy! See more See less