Faded Reality

  • Immersive atmosphere
  • Intriguing Hidden Object scenes
  • Help Monica Solve a deadly mystery!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 62

Review for game Faded Reality

Help Monica use her new abilities to decipher visions and solve the mystery of the Faded Reality! Find the clues to re-create the events of the past. Follow the steps of Monicas cornea donor and find out what happened to him and other patients of a mysterious clinic.

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Genre : Word

Flex your vocabulary with spelling games, word search, crosswords, and jumbles.

Date release

May 31, 2010

Game Rank

3666 points

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A clever new slant and clever approach to HO games
November 28, 2011

I enjoyed this one immensely. A pleasant and relaxing change from the macabre and gruesome of so many HO games. It wasn't difficult but entertainingly challenging. It is one of the few HO games that I have played over and over again simply because it was pleasant and relaxing.

May 11, 2012

This game was too easy for me. However, the game, itself, would be a pleasant diversion for a newbie hos seeker. The puzzles are very simple, and the hos are very easy. The hint system is good.

a really good game
January 25, 2013

i like this game. you are a person who has cornea implants and are seeing out of your eyes as if you are the donor. the graphics are good, but the items are small in some of the HO scenes and hard to see due to the size. most of the scenes are light, not the dark and dreary we are used to. the mini games are not too hard. most of them are of a solitaire variation. the others involve lighting up the scene. the hints and skips charge fast. i played casual. no sound.

faded reality
February 24, 2012

nice relaxing game just to play when ever. only thing i didnt care much for was some of the scenes were a bit dark. but apart from that i liked it very much and i keep going back to it from time to time to try and finish it.

May 12, 2013

Over 4 hours on casual. Unusual story: a cornea transplant patient sees the world through her donor?s eyes. Unfortunately, the donor had been following a murderer?s trail. The patient is compelled to follow her donor?s trail, but people seem to disappear wherever she goes. HOS are nicely done, with 2 scenes at each location. Besides the object list, there are hidden letters in the scenes (sometimes you have to hunt for them) which are used to complete the spelling of more objects which are hidden from her sight. Puzzles are not difficult, except the lighting puzzle (arrange lanterns with various lighting patterns until an entire painting if lighted). Very well put together and enjoyable to play. Ending was interesting ? a cross between a satisfactory conclusion and an unsettling feeling for the patient.

Great Game!!
September 23, 2013

I really enjoyed playing this game---the HOS, the puzzles, everything! It was so refreshing to have the game combos woven into the main HOS; just enough to keep you moving.

kept my attention
February 12, 2012

not sure when this came out, but it really is a fun game. Puzzles aren't to hard, ho's can be very small, love the word game mixed in. Finding the letters can be a chore, but once you get the hang of it it smooths out. If you like word games, and ho games, then this is one for you.

liked finding words
December 20, 2011

This game had a new twist were you find letters to ho's. Very fun. Kept my attention. Nice graphics. Will be a game I will play again and again.

Nice Change
November 27, 2012

I thought I was the only one tired of the dark, macabre HO games. Glad to hear I am not. I enjoyed this game, graphics crisp and clear, some HO and letters are hard to find, some pretty small. But overall a nice change

This one will surprise you - great HO / Word game
January 1, 2014

The reason I tried this one was because of the reviews. I like HO games, and I like Word games, so I figured maybe a game that combined both would be worth a try. This turned out to be a very relaxed and chill game. Think of it as a combination of an HO game, and a letter-search game, and even a game of Hangman with every chapter, plus relaxing and fun mini-games between each set of objects. Plus, the music is very peaceful and unobtrusive, and provides the perfect backdrop for unwinding. Here's what you won't like: the graphics could certainly be better, but try it for at least fifteen minutes, and you'll get used to how to find the objects (and letters). Also, it could be longer, but because it's such a relaxing game, I've already played it several times, and enjoy each replay. I'm never into the storyline, and this one is not my cup of tea, but since I always ignore the storyline anyway, it doesn't much matter. Here's what you will like about this game: Overall, it's challenging, yet no so difficult that it can't be mastered. HO scenes are varied and colorful. Music is perfect for unwinding and relaxing. Word puzzles are entertaining. Letters in the puzzles are consistent and relatively easy to locate. In every scene, you have to switch between two related scenes in order to complete that set, and the transition between the two is seamless and doable. Overall, this is a great game, and will remain one of my favorites. I always appreciate a game that can be played again and again without it getting boring. Might be a little on the difficult side for young children, but tweens and above should get by just fine. I rarely find a game that hits all the right buttons, and this one does exactly that. I give it an A++

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