Voodoo Whisperer: Curse of a Legend
Developer: Gogii Games Corp.
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 231.8 MB - Download
Lillian is a remarkable girl with a strange talent. She can speak to ghosts. Apprenticed to one of the most powerful voodoo priestesses in the world, she is learning to use her abilities. But a dark force has settled over New Orleans and Marie Laveau, the world's most powerful voodoo queen, is missing. Much of the town has been placed under a curse. Now young Lillian must uncover the dark secrets of voodoo to save her master and free her friends before it's too late.
Main Game Features
*Save New Orleans from the curse
*Dark and spooky atmosphere
Most Helpful Reviews
Bring it - This game is great, and I'll tell you why. Number one! When looking for objects it is ALWAYS relevant, meaning you use at least one, sometimes two(!), objects you find. This is great because otherwise it feels pointless to look for unnecessary items. Second, it's not just a hidden objects game. It takes a little more intuitive mental power to complete this game. This makes it far more interesting and well made! I really respect the people who made this game because they took more time to make it in all aspects and I REALLY appreciate that. Big Fish Games really has a great formula going and this is my favorite game so far. I prefer the supernatural/scary hidden object puzzle games and this one fell right in that catagory. I agree with the other reviewers, the ending was abrupt, but not dissapointing if there is a sequel in store (and it implied there would be by saying "to be continued"), so if you're planning on purchasing this game just expect that and you won't be dissapointed. My advice, GET IT. It was really fun.
More Reviews for Current Version
Fun game, but... - The game was really fun, not too fast or complicated, lots of puzzles and the environments were really nice-looking… but, I was confused and annoyed by the ending and wasn't even sure what had happened - had to go look it up online to realize the game was over. All-in-all that last bit really detracted from my overall opinion of the game. Certainly fun while it lasted, and nice to look at, but unless they're coming up with a sequel soon I'd say skip it for now.
Loved it, but wanted closure - The graphics are beautiful, the puzzles interesting and the plot intriguing enough to keep me going. The "ending" was a surprize, because it leads to the next, non-existent game.
Enjoyable, but need sequel - This is an interesting game. I like finding objects that are then used, not just random objects. As others have noted, it does end abruptly. I hope they do not just leave it hanging.
Wonderful! - This is probably my favorite of the many Hidden Object games I've played- enough that I redownload it occasionally after completing it to play again. The graphics are wonderful and the storyline is intriguing and logical, for a given value of plotline-logic. The abrupt ending is the perfect sequel hook- I really hope the developers are working hard on a sequel because it's definitely on my list to purchase when it comes out. Necessary objects and ingredients are well balanced between hidden object scenes and items found around in the screens. Active hidden object scenes are well marked and each spot is used multiple times. My one gripe is a rather small one about the hint button. Some hidden object games, when you're not on the right screen to use a hint, just point to where you need to go to use the hint and don't "charge" a full hint. This game is not one of them. The hint highlighting will show up over the hint regardless of which screen you're on, which was annoying when I first played it. Keep track of how many screens are in each location/level, and remember to check the street. All in all, well worth the money. This is very well done!
Well…. - Not too exciting and quit unexpectedly. Ho hum.