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Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison

Help Kiera Vale explore an asylum! in addicting Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0

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Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison Game Description

Help Kiera Vale discover her ancestor's history as she explores Blackwater Asylum in Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison! After receiving a mysterious letter from Alton Quinn, Kiera sets off to find out about her birth parents. Finding Blackwater Asylum to be in a state of disarray, Kiera begins exploring the grounds looking for information about her family, and Alton's mysterious secret. Help her discover the truth in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison Game Customer Reviews

Prior to today, I was one of the 100s of folks who had tech issues w/this game, most notably the jiggly and slooooowwww moving cursor. But guess what? As of this AM, the developers and BFG have given us gamers a new "build" (update?) and the game is running flawlessly. Now on to my thoughts.

The game loads fast, the opening screen sets a standard for what it should look like, and the choices are exactly what I'd want. No voice acting, but the dialogue is perfect for the settings. I really liked the beginning hidden-object/explore/inventory/puzzle theme--to me, that set the mood for the rest of the game (of which I've enjoyed for about an hour). Yes, it's another "asylum" experience, yet I expect that this one will have some fun tossed in. The graphics are top-notch and the movement is smooth. Very little background music/sounds, but some folks like it that way.

Now that the dev's and BFG have got the kinks worked out, this one might be a classic--go for it!

- by elldee

Liked the demo, so I'm purchasing. Even if it's a dark-flavored game, it still has a bit of a sense of humor- like the comment on the fish, what pops up on the computer once you enter the password, some mild poking-fun at adventure game logic in the diary-type dealie... Ahh well, back to playing.

- by Tellah