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Where Angels Cry (Full)

By G5 Entertainment

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Embark on a secret mission to a mysterious and isolated monastery!
Journey deep into the Alps to a remote medieval monastery, where you must investigate the disappearance of Brother John as well as the curious case of a weeping statue. Explore the monastery and its eerie surroundings while interrogating its inhabitants, completing challenging tasks, solving perplexing puzzles and playing dozens of mini-games. Uncover a sad and shocking story of love and treachery in this exciting adventure game!

● 18 amazing mini-games and puzzles to solve
● Seven mysterious locations to explore
● Three modes: casual, adventure and challenge
● Collect 21 angels to unlock additional achievements
● HD graphics and a riveting storyline

Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese

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Customer Reviews


I luv a good murder mystery and this object find fit the bill. The scenery was wonderful and the story was engaging. The best parts were the puzzles and mini games. I thought the worst was the templar 3 match which depended mostly on luck of how the pieces fell. Some attempts I did only had 3-4 scattered swords and only a very few matches to advance more possible swords. After attempting it about 15 times, I was finally successful. The others took a bit of study and patience to figure out how to do things like get that big blue box out of the hole. I managed it on the 3rd attempt once I realized the design. I liked the looking for objects as you went along instead of having a scene with a list of items to find. It made it much more interactive. If you rushed without reading instructions or moved through the scenes clicking and collecting, you definitely will have problems finding everything or completing the minigames.

I did the entire game on adventure mode first time through with no hints or skips. I didn’t collect all the little angels, but then I wasn’t really looking for them. If I saw one I clicked on it - still managed to obtain 19 out of 21. Will be putting this one on my play again list.

A good challenge!

I was surprised at the variation of mini games they had. I also loved the fact that the “hidden objects” aren’t a different color or tone than the background, it made it much more difficult to locate and made it much more enjoyable! I played on the hardest setting without assistance, and I ended up using the hint butten twice!! I never have had to do that in any other hidden object game :)

The story line was odd, but the graphics were decent. The voice acting was well done and I liked that you didn’t have to listen to their entire line (you can click to continue the story). The ending was a little abrupt, there wasn’t really a conclusion or wrap up to make me feel fully satisfied.

Overall, I would definitely recommend playing this game for those of you who like a good HO challenge! If you are in it for the beautiful graphics, eh, you might find that in some of their other games, but it was still good. If you are in it for the story line….well…I wouldn’t. :)

Just What The Doc Ordered

I needed something calm and relaxing to play a few minutes at a time while bedridden. I am not a puzzler. I can complete easy sudoku, but that's about it. The first mini game in this game had me stumped until I found a walkthrough. I don't know whether I'll need the walkthrough again, but I am enjoying the scenery and finding the angels.

I'm not a hard core gamer, but I think I could relax with another playthrough of this game. I don't often play games other than HOGs and word games repeatedly, but I really love a game that doesn't make me speed through all the scenery and graphics for a change. It is also a relief to find this game for my not-so-new Mac. I'd just about given up on finding a game that doesn't reuire quick-draw finger action and the latest beefed-up machine. Now I gotta get back to the game.

Where Angels Cry (Full)
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  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released:
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 550 MB
  • Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later

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