There exists love so strong, it can overcome the most powerful evil. In the Collector's Edition of Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death, this love is born in the heart of a woman who sets out rescue her fiance from a supernatural force that feeds on human suffering.Read full description
There exists love so strong, it can overcome the most powerful evil. In the Collector's Edition of Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death, this love is born in the heart of a woman who sets out rescue her fiance from a supernatural force that feeds on human suffering. Guide her as she explores visually stunning mystical dimensions in a bid to reunite other lovers and weaken the grip of the entity. As you find useful items and solve puzzles, you'll reverse the tragedy of untimely deaths, mend broken fences between friends and, in one emotionally gripping chapter, bring back together a husband and wife who have been separated for thousands of years.
The Collector's Edition of Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death comes with numerous bonus materials not available in any other release, including an extensive bonus chapter cleverly tied into the main game, a comprehensive strategy guide, high quality desktop wallpapers and revealing concept art. Offering a richly layered and compelling hidden object experience, Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death Collector's Edition is an adventure you'll never forget! Can you save the fiance before the maw of wickedness consumes him?
• 55 locations
• 27 mini-games
• 17 hidden object scenes
• 18 cinematics
Another new Click & Point release made by Big Fish Games. Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death implements more interactivity within the game. Though some bugs were present during the gameplay and I no longer played the game after I finished it, I think that they are fixed now. Sacra Terra has some strong points for the story that goes on. Like other Big Fish Games releases, you click and find objects here and there while you follow a story. There's a lot of stages of this Click n Point game, more content, but of course it doesn't have a really long length. It wasn't even close to being disappointing though, for me. Actually it's worth the price it has, as long as you're into this category of the Sacra Terra and acknowledge it's worth. With most of the Click n Point games I have played and reviewed, there's not really a lot of stuff to describe, as mostly they're the same thing with a different story or different interactions or in some cases with different gameplay like Dreamscapes: The Sandman. Anyway, Sacra Terra is neat and decent. Get it at a sale if you don't want the full price.
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