Fallen: The Flowers of Evil

  • Play as a doctor and search for clues!
  • Use your wits to solve puzzles
  • Explore the town of Blackburn
  • Gather clues and question suspects
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 957

Review for game Fallen: The Flowers of Evil

You've seen a lot as a doctor, but after making a simple house call, you stumble into a supernatural investigation. A little girl is suffering a high fever after being attacked by a monster, and she's not the only one. The city is quarantined as mysterious flowers begin to sprout all over Blackburn. Who's behind this? How are all the clues connected? There's only one way to find out, in Fallen: The Flowers of Evil, a mysterious Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

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Genre : Puzzle

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

Date release

January 3, 2013

Game Rank

1199 points

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A Great Game to Start Of the Year!
January 2, 2013

I am a physician who has been summoned to the town of Blackburn where several of its citizens have mysteriously died due to an uncommon illness. My first patient is seventeen years old Elizabeth who suffers from high fever, pains and two bite marks on her neck. The only thing that seems to be helping her is a flower that she holds on to with her dear life. It is now up to me to uncover the cause of her illness and stop the plague that has taken over Blacburn. Can any one say Vampires? At first the graphics reminded me of the first HOPA games that we use to play, they look a bit dated but I think that it adds to the overall atmosphere. There are good voice-overs and sound effects that somehow brings the game alive. You have three modes to choose from and game features include a diary along with a map that does allow you to travel to locations. This is your standard HOPA, heavy on the adventure gameplay, some interesting mini-games to solve and frequent HO scenes that are not interactive; however you have the option to switch over to puzzle mode which is very similar to the old paddle games we use to play. Easy at first but they do get more difficult as you progress. A great little feature that does change the momentum. I really enjoyed the art work and the storylinee which seems to involve vampires and a sinister couple that are called Lord and Lady Heartless. Yes, a bit corney but we are dealing with the undead (or at least I think we are). Dont be folled by the dated look, this game is not without challenges as there is alot to do and at times it makes it difficult to keep track of what items to use at what location. My memory was tested at times but that makes it more challenging and adds a fun factor to it. I recommend Fallen to all who enjoy gothic horror fiction and adventure HOGs that we use to play alot when they first became popular. A great way to start of the New Year with a SE game that you really can sink your teeth into. Ouch!

Bought it - says it all
January 2, 2013

Loved the game and bought it at the end of the demo. I played it in casual mode, the easiest of three, and found it challenging enough and just right for my mood today. Loved that you could opt out of (and back into) the HO scenes, by playing a paddle-type game, which got progressively harder. Loved the fact that there's a map which allows you to move quickly between scenes. Only niggle is that it doesn't indicate areas where you have tasks to perform, so you need to remember where things are that you need to do. However if you forget, the hint button indicated the direction you had to go and, in casual mode, it refilled pretty quickly.

Fallen: The Flowers of Evil
January 3, 2013

I enjoyed playing this game. When I thought I was coming to the end was very surprised that there was quite a lot more play left.

Game worthy of a CE!!!!
January 3, 2013

Gorgeous outstanding colourful graphics in this game. Nice long game,well worth the money for a game that I thought was worthy of CE status.I loved the story-line and really enjoyed it. Loved the HO and there was lots of things to do. BEAUTIFUL and SUPERB!!!!!!

great game
January 2, 2013

Very interesting story line,voice overs are good.Plenty of locations to keep you wanting to play on and on.Hos are not difficult at all.I purchased the game immediately after playing the hour download. Can't wait to play more!Two thumbs up!

I fell for Fallen: The Flowers of evil
January 12, 2013

Keeping it short, I really enjoyed playing this game and I have hundreds from Big Fish. It was strong on the adventure side which I prefer. There were a good number of HO's(hidden object scenes), and they were challenging and the graphics were so well done, they were a pleasure to do, which I rarely feel while playing them. The game was a long play for me which adds to the satisfaction, I look forward to any sequal that might be in the making.

Really enjoyed it
January 11, 2013

I thought this game was a good length, medium-ly challenging and fun. Objects do not stay in your inventory for ever which is refreshing, so you are less likely to forget where you needed objects! Discovered late in the game that you could opt put of the HOG by playing a puzzle ( doh!) but HOG were not too hard I have never played a game from this designer but would play another one again!

January 2, 2013

Loved this game, it was a lot of fun!! It took me most of the day to play (between breaks) but found it a lot longer than most CE's that are out. HOS scenes are good and not hard to see like some games, level of challenge in puzzles are also good. Used a GCC and glad I did it was a good game BF, thanks!

The Bats Have Escaped!!
January 4, 2013

I nominate this game to win an award for BEST GRAPHICS/DETAIL! I was amazed at how real everything looked and the scuttling rats/insects/ethereal mist added to the ambiance. My trial hour passed way too quickly while enjoying it all. I found this game delightfully challenging. After only one hour, I had knowledge of over 10 things that I needed but hadn't acquired yet. It wasn't just a matter of needing something and it automatically popping up in the HOS in the same area. The HOS are very well done and you're flying blind without a map. I like a game that can keep me busy for awhile. I also enjoyed: <> Bats hovering above HOS instead of sparkles <> Ambient sound instead of music in main game. Appropriately creepy noises. Soft music in HOS that doesn't seem to loop. <> HOS with a corpse. I mean, how cool is that? <> Scribbling noise when notes are taken. Notebooks lighting up doesn't always work for me. Detailed notes with pictures. <> Intriguing storyline. This is my favorite game now and I will be purchasing the full version. <3

January 2, 2013

Nice surprise this game is. Love the movement of critters in any game and this one had some. Interaction with them in solving clues and getting items. It was so fun I can hardly wait to buy it. The game takes you all over the place, but I did not mind. The graphics were easy on the eye and beautiful. The HO's were nice to look at and relaxing. Made me like HO's all over again. The hint button pointed the way and refreshed pretty fast. Kept me busy was not real difficult and fun.

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