Where Angels Cry
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Strange events are taking place in an isolated medieval monastery, set high in the Alps. Monks are vanishing without a trace, mysterious persons are being sighted running through the dark passages of the monastery in the still of the night, Templars have now been assigned to stand watch and there are even reports that a statue in the center of the village is crying the tears of blood!
A Vatican Cardinal has chosen you to travel to the monastery, undercover, to investigate these bizarre occurrences. Your duty is to reveal the secrets of the monastery, and monks who inhabit it, freeing this once sacred place from the evil forces currently in power. Take this amazing adventure and prove that your keen investigative instincts are up to this formable task in Where Angels Cry - a challenging and exciting mystery, adventure game!
Use your secret identity to reveal the terrifying truth
Explore the monastery and its surroundings
Solve perplexing puzzle and dozens of minigames
Enjoy the unique atmosphere and detailed environment
Earn many different achievements
HD (High-Definition) graphics with widescreen support
For hidden object fans.Furrek | March 2, 2016 | See all Furrek's reviews »
First thing I noticed while playing Where Angles Cry is pretty cool graphics. Also, characters animation looks great! I can't remember many hidden object games with this stuff so maybe that's why it grabbed my attention. The puzzles are fun, the story is pretty also rather interesting coming from a game in this genre. If you ask me, I think it's pretty much the best game Cateia Games made. Do you enjoy hidden object games? Then you must play. I'm not a big fan myself BUT still, I really enjoyed it, so it's also great for everyone.
If Myst and Skyrim were super rigid parentssycomantis1991 | July 4, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »
Basically, the environments, both outside and in, are heavily influenced by Skyrim, as is some of the music and story. However, it plays much more similarly to Myst with its walk around and fidn clues gameplay. Neither is done very well and it adds nothing new to either formula. It's a slightly above average experience, and it does look pretty nice.
Just another hidden object puzzlermahon | May 15, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
The first games which are brought to my mind by Where Angels Cry are Myst, 7th Guest, 11th Hour... You know, visually appealing, point-and-click games with some puzzles and some hidden object searching. It's definitely not the best game in its genre but not a bad one either. It is obvious that the authors wanted to make it an ambitious project, but somehow it fell short. Maybe it was because of limited budget, maybe lack of skill or only inspiration, but it's just another hidden object puzzler with some additional mini games and plot that connects all the elements. A decent one, but nothing more than average. If you like this genre you may get it, if you are not familiar with it - try one of the more secure choices for your entry into the genre.