Game "Chimeras. Cursed and forgotten. Collector's edition"

Game "Chimeras. Cursed and forgotten. Collector's edition"
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  • Release date:
    23 March 2017
  • Operating system:
    Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
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  • Graphics card:
    256Mb, DirectX 9
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Game description

You have decided to spend a vacation in your ancestral homeland of Scotland. You love to enjoy the scenery, surrounded by the beautiful mountain peaks and blooming valleys of the Hartfell family estate. It seems to be a fabulous atmosphere and nothing can spoil it. But everything changed when you found a locket with a picture of some beautiful woman inside.

When you opened the locket, you went back in time, to the days when horses rode in squares and ladies rode in carriages, where they sat down, holding sumptuous skirts. You came to the country road of Inver, where your ancestors lived a long time ago. There you met a young couple, and the girl immediately ran up to you, announcing that she had seen you in a dream and that you would save everyone.

You have nowhere to go, you have to save everyone. To do this you have to solve puzzles and pass the exciting little games, search for items from the proposed list and perform heroic deeds that will delight your ancestors. For all successful actions you'll get your reward, and all your rewards will be stored in the "Achievements" section. If you manage to find three items in three seconds, you'll be awarded a "Move with Brush", a "Chasing Inspiration" for quickly completing seven quest scenes, a "Masterpiece Maker" for seven scenes played without prompting, an "Expert" for five short games played without skipping, and an "All-Seeing Master" for discovering a changing object.

You'll need to decide which mode you feel comfortable playing. If you want a simpler mode, go with "Beginner", there are also "Policeman" and "Detective". And for personal settings there is "Special". You can always use useful items from the inventory, a built-in walkthrough, a series of hints, and a marked-up map for your purposes. When you figure out the main quests, you can move on to the bonus chapter. And in the process, you can also learn about Celtic history thanks to the ever-expanding Tarot cards.