Escape Whisper Valley
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 45.7 MB - Download
A sudden rockslide has left you trapped in Whisper Valley, an abandoned mountain village. Can you piece together the clues that will get you back home?
Explore 25 intriguing locations and track down more than 2,000 items in the new hidden object game from the makers of Escape Rosecliff Island™. Solve mini-game puzzles and collect pieces of a map to help you find your way out. Locate the hidden locks and keys in every scene to unlock two bonus game modes. Plan your escape today!
* Find over 2,000 cleverly hidden objects
* Explore 25 mysterious scenes to uncover clues
* 3 game modes: Escape the Valley, plus 2 bonus modes
* Play 7 mini-games: Match-3, Block Slide, Jigsaw and more
Most Helpful Reviews
it has so many levels - this is great for finding hidden stuff and not really hard for me. but still stumps me when i get tired.
More Reviews for Current Version
Gets a bit repetitive - As with all hidden object games, the goal of this one is to constantly find objects. That's not a problem, and it's certainly a gorgeous backdrop. However, the grey, overcast pall over everything got a tad bit tedious, as with the lack of option to view current hints found. This makes me feel I'm just constantly looking for "spin top" or "pylon" -- which, by the way I call "cone" and had no idea that was what a pylon meant. Difficult game for those who don't have English as their first language.
Pretty Cool for sharpening observation skills. - Pretty nice game -- it's kind of laid back like Zen Bound; you don't fight "enemies," it's more of a game against yourself. If you like hidden picture challenges, this game is perfect. It's also beautifully designed. My only hope would be that there would be an HD version to take advantage of the 27" iMac display; however, for the price, I am very happy with the purchase. It can make you feel a little dumb sometimes, especially when you find an item that was right in front of you. If you're interested in sharpening your mind, this might be a great daily exercise. I love the story line. The price-value proposition is good with this game. It's a beautiful game, unique and peaceful (compared to shooters or quest games.) If you're a fan of the Zen Bound style of game but would like a little more "story," then this game is a good choice. The puzzles are nice to break the routine of finding items. I wish these guys could develop an RPG with a similar story line and graphic design. I'm starved for good immersive adventure stories/games that aren't all about aliens or monsters or other cliché nonsense.
I play for hours with a smile on my face - Perhaps I'm too simply amused, but I get sucked into this game and am often pleasantly surprised by the naming of the clues or the artwork. It's kind of clever. Was apprehensive the music would be too glum, but it fits the scenes well and is not monotonous or boring but kind of soothing and encouraging at the same time. Perhaps from playing games of this type from foreign programmers where the language isn't always perfect I appreciate the nuances in the clues and how one needs to open one's perception to recognize the descriptions in the art. Plus, even though it's timed at the default setting, it's relaxing. There seem to be plenty of scenes to explore. I'm a bit less than half way through, and noticing how I enjoy playing and have that perennial half smile, stopped to write a review. Have purchased several games that seem promising and then get trashed (ie., deleted) but plan to finish this one. I also liked Amazing Adventures the Forgotten Dynasty by the same publisher. The game is well made and enjoyable. What more can one ask? I like games that are relaxing. Another of my favorites is Ultraball. I have to think hard at work, so I enjoy games that sort of transport you into a different realm where you're in a pleasant environment that doesn't take huge effort to navigate.