Curse at Twilight: Thief of Souls Collector's Edition

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.2
  • Hard driver (MB) : 133

Review for game Curse at Twilight: Thief of Souls Collector's Edition

After being summoned to a mysterious manor, you must unravel the story of an ancient evil and discover your destiny before it’s too late in Curse at Twilight: Thief of Souls! Unlock memories from the past and solve intricate puzzles to break the webs of a curse. Explore a magical world beyond your imagination that has been waiting for you to save it. Experience Curse at Twilight: Thief of Souls, a stunning Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

January 2, 2012

Game Rank

261 points

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Best Game Ever!
December 31, 2011

This was one of the best Hidden Object games I've ever played! The map is the best part, it helps so much! I never got lost once! I wish all games had that feature! It was also one of the longest games I've played, much fun! Would really recommend this game for any HOG player.

Definitely On My Top Ten List Of Games - This Game Has It All!
January 2, 2012

This review is for the whole game playing in hard mode. Story: After being summoned to a mysterious manor, you must unravel the story of an ancient evil and discover your destiny before it's too late. This game has 7 chapters. There is no bonus game. The bonus scenes are part of the main game, which means, they are integrated into the main game. By clicking on ?Bonus Content? and then on ?Bonus Game play? you can see how it works. Throughout the game, you will come across locked areas. You will need different keys to unlock those. These are the bonus areas. 2 play modes: Casual: Skip and hint recharge faster. Sparkles show important areas. Hard: Skip and hint recharge slow. No sparkles over important areas. The hint I found to recharge rather quick while the skip was sometimes quick and sometimes it seemed to take forever. I also don't recall encountering any sparkles. There is also an option for brightness which I did have to do some adjusting as a few areas where a little dark but after I adjusted it was just fine. Also no problem with the game filling my screen on my PC running on Windows 7 64 bit 20 inch monitor. You may or may not need to adjust. There are voice overs to this game along with some reading of text on the screen. There is no journal to this game however up at the top of each location it will state how many coins there are to find along with tasks that need to be completed. At the bottom of your screen are 3 sections: Inventory, Goal, and Objects. When you do a search for fragmented objects, they first go into the ?Objects? slot, and when the object has been put together, it moves into the ?Inventory?. There is a map and to get access to it you must find the coins. When you have collected all the coins in a room, a picture of this room will then be added to your map, and you can use this picture to teleport from another room by clicking on it. You can also "hover your mouse" over the picture and it will tell you the name of t

Fab game!
January 1, 2012

I so enjoyed this game. It was not only very long (took 7 hours with some puzzle skips), but different from the usual iHOGs. Not too many straight HOG scenes, but lots of fractured HOG scenes.All looking for parts for a useable item, rather than a load of junk. And I think a rarity...not ONE hourglass to look for! Yay! Charming chapters, and each place very different to the one before. You collect coins in each scene to add that location to your map, which was a nice idea. Best of all, the extra CE bonus content was built into the game which made a pleasant change from the usual umpteen HOG scenes to fill the extra CE game play! Also, your game is played from beginning to end in the mode you choose (casual or advanced)! Too many CEs swirch back to casual mode for the CE bonus chapter.

Fun and entertaining Game
January 1, 2012

I beta-tested this game, and this review is based on the 1-hour demo: There is a choice of custom and system cursor. There are 2 gameplay modes. There is voice-over, which is excellent. There is an option for Brightness. I pushed it up all the way, but still needed to do it manually on my laptop (Fn+F6 keys) for certain scenes that were a little too dark. You can (and should) collect coins in each room or outside area. When you have collected all the coins in a room, a picture of this room will then be added to your map, and you can use this picture to teleport back to it from another room by clicking on it. The graphics are very well done. The HOS (hidden object scenes), which are interactive, are a pleasure to play. There is no mess, the HOS aren?t overcrowded, and the graphics are superb. Other than the HOS, you also have to hunt for fragmented objects in the main scenes. The HINT and SKIP buttons fill reasonably fast, and the HINT button also works outside of the HOS. Gameplay is fun and entertaining, as are the puzzles. This is definitely a buy for me. There is NO BONUS GAME. The bonus scenes are part of the main game, which means, they are integrated into the main game. Click on ?Bonus Content? and then on ?Bonus Gameplay? to see how it works. --- --- --- PS: The SG?s (strategy guide) ?Chapter Select? didn?t work well at first. I had to click many times on ?Chapter Select? in order to get back to the beginning of the SG so I could look at other chapters. However, when I left the game and came back in, and tried again, it worked like a charm.

good game
May 8, 2013

Good game. HOS are good but you also have items to put together and find to get a item to move forward. Voice over and graphic are good. Will keep you interest.

Great game
January 2, 2012

I purchased the CE immediately after finishing the demo..I was hooked on the story by then. This game is unique in a couple of ways..they've introduced a new way of object finding for example, and I enjoyed that.. It's a great length, and the bonus content is integrated into the game.. The music is lovely, the characters have voice-overs, and the sound effects are timely and pertinent. AND there is a click-able map!!! whoo hoo!!! The only beefs I had were the puzzles were a bit too easy..I was able to solve all of them without help.. Plus some of the puzzles required such strict placement, you thought you had the wrong item even when you didn't.. Other than that, it's a very enjoyable, worthwhile game.

Have your cake and eat it too!!
January 2, 2012

In terms of gaming, Curse at Twilight: Thief of Souls is the BEST OF ALL WORLDS in one game. This enchanted journey will lead you into many challenges via various levels of adventure, H0G and a FRAG-type hybrid puzzles, multiple additional minigames and a great storyline that all combine to keep you totally emersed. There is a slight learning curve in the beginning, ... yet once you get underway, the storyline will envelope you and won't let you go. The graphics are wonderful (albeit a few screens being on a bit of a small scale for my likes), and overall original and unique with appropriately atmospheric SFX as well. So, if you like and enjoy many genres and a blend of good puzzles with imaginative storylines laced with fantasy, chills, mystery, romance, puzzles and fairytales, this game has a bit of it all. Once you get underway, you won't want it to end..... HOPE THERE WILL BE MORE!!!!!

Just Love It!
January 2, 2012

Great game, not too challenging, but entertaining. Great ambience, no "voices" all the time, no long wait to load scenes. Two levels of difficulty and you can even change the brightness! Good storyline, good sound, great graphics. A lot of things to do: puzzles, mini-games, HOS.

Loved this one!
January 18, 2012

The style of this game made it fun and interesting from the start. -The CE components were integrated throughout the entire game making the story flow naturally and without the bonus play seeming so 'tacked on'. -Moving from place to place via a map was much more convenient than having to back track time and again -Finding an object, then having to locate its it's individual parts before being able to pick it up was novel -Graphics were lovely -puzzles were medium-easy even in difficult mode -strategy guide was good but not the best; the couple of times I did get stuck on a puzzle I was out of luck for details in the strategy guide -Story line was sweet without being sappy -# of tasks to accomplish for each scene was clearly shown so it was clear when an area had no more to offer Overall useability of this game was great for the reasons above. Also it did not take up a lot of drive space being under 300MB. No annoying time limits pestering me to move quickly before having a chance to absorb the beautiful graphics. Didn't so much like- -Even with the map to help hop from place to place there was still a lot o' hopping -Several times I would click on an item to be told it was the wrong action, then finally when consulting the strategy guide was told it was the right action meaning I just had to click a lot more and come at it from various directions. Irritating. -While the game could be played by the whole family it was not childish so an adult could enjoy -I am going to check out other games by this company. Definitely a CE buy!

WooHoo, Finally something new
January 1, 2012

I love the adventure games. I don't mind that they are generally the same, because honestly I think it must be a difficult job creating these games and how many original ideas can a group of people have. This one does it. Totally worth the CE price. I really liked that I could see each areas progress. I knew when an area was exhausted so didn't have to waste time go back over everything. I played the advanced version so no sparkles. I did have to use the hint a couple of times because I just couldn't see the piece of the object I had to find. They were really clever with hiding some of them. I liked that I had to collect coins that let me job locations on the map. I felt accomplished and didn't have to run everywhere. There is a lot of backtracking to spots later on, so much appreciated there. I also really liked that they incorporated the CE Bonus Features into the main game instead of a chapter at the end. I don't know how the regular addition will play, but really enjoyed the CE version. Graphics are great. Highly recommend playing in the dark. It makes it much better. Can't wait for the sequel.

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