Sinister City: Vampire Adventure HD
By G5 Entertainment
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Amazing 3D first person HOG adventure!
Travel to the astral plane and save your love in this breathtaking quest! John discovers his bride-to-be, Nina, has been kidnapped. The only way to save her is deal with Sinister City's most powerful vampire, Count Orlak. Armed with little information and a lot of courage, John must track down Count Orlak and rescue Nina. Help John solve perplexing puzzles and explore ancient castle corridors in this creepy Adventure game. Can you defeat the evil vampires?
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● Over 50 scenes to search
● 6 Eerie, absorbing locations
● 15 mini-games
● Two modes – casual and advanced
● Astonishing 3D graphics
● Game Center Support
● New iPad Retina Display Support
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I feel really cheated! After reading the description of the game, I installed the app and played it. After reaching a certain point in the game, I couldn't go any further without purchasing the full game. I went back to the App Store and read the and description again. It would be really nice, if g5 would have been honest enough to state in the game description that it's not the full game, and that you have to pay $6.99 or whatever it is, to actually play the full game. It's obvious that they try to hook you with the teaser game, and then drop the bomb on you. After checking the entire game description page, I found in small, light print, above the listing of some other games that the full game unlock is 6.99. It would have been more honest to put that in the and description. I won't bother with any other g5 games in the future! I not have a problem with paying for a game at all, but would like to know what the truth is up front.
This game seems like it was tossed together quickly; just churned out to make money. The touch areas of the screen were bad, it took me forever to start the game because every time I tapped on the hotel clerk it took me behind the desk. You also have to guess where to tap to leave a room. Not much strategy is needed, you just have to tap on everything in hopes of finding a hidden object. The story line makes very little sense and the dialog is laughably bad. The free portion of the game is very short, much shorter than other similar games that I have played. If the free portion was as bad as it was, I figured the payed version wasn't any better. Needless to say, I will not be purchasing this game, and I do not recommend it to anyone else, unless major improvements are made.
I agree with previous reviews that $6.99 would be waaay too much to pay for this game. Like paying for a steak and getting only cotton candy. But at $2.99, this is kind of a quirky off-beat game that kept my attention. I made the mistake of playing it on the easy setting, which is really too easy. The graphics are cool and the voice acting good - although maybe a tad too much of it. If you've got time to waste and 3 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, then go for it.
- Category: Games
- Released: Jul 19, 2012
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 151 MB
- Languages: English, Breton, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: G5 Entertainment AB
- © 2012 - 2014 Jet Dogs. Published by G5 Entertainment AB.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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