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"A horror/adventure puzzle game with an absolutely gorgeous aesthetic." - Kotaku.com
"If you are looking for something a little dark with paranormal undertones, you are going to like this game." - Alteredconfusion.com
Young Elena Elkhorn embarks on a harrowing journey to find her missing father and discover the secrets of the Willows Mansion. Aiding her journey is a unique amulet, she received from her father, which allows her to astral project her spirit into a ghostly-realm and communicate with the dead. Play as Elena to find her missing father, use your astral projection to solves the mansion’s tricks and puzzles, help the lingering souls and discover so much more in Whispering Willows.
Immerse yourself in a beautifully hand-drawn 2-D world as you traverse the Mansion grounds
Allow the haunting music and chilling sound effects to send goosebumps across your neck.
Let the history of the Willows Mansion draw you into a plot full of twists and betrayal.
Explore the vast Mansion and unlock its puzzling secrets as you search for your missing Father.
A beautiful & enjoying gameGingerokda | Aug. 16, 2014 | See all Gingerokda's reviews »
This is a beautiful puzzle game & aesthetically pleasing for the eye, the how story behind it story really gives a bit of a drive to keep going. the whole characteristics of this game are great the only two downfalls I have are; I wish the game was much longer & there was a bit more of the horror aspect. All in all it is a very good & beautiful game.
Enjoyable horror-adventure indie.Romy68 | Aug. 2, 2014 | See all Romy68's reviews »
Whispering Willows is a cool new indie with a horror-sided part. You take control on both the character - Elena - and her shadow form in your journey to find your beloved father. One cool thing about it is that each other room is out of light, just liked you would see in the AAA horror like Outlast, in order to create a feeling of uncertainty and scare. The graphics are impressive and everything is drawn in a good manner, while the music fits with the title. The puzzles are ok and some are quite a challenge, thanks to the power to switch between you and your phantom form.