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Shadows: Price For Our Sins Bonus Edition

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Are you ready to party? A chilling night of reckoning is unleashed upon guests bold enough to party on Halloween at an abandoned farm house. 

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Are you ready to party? A chilling night of reckoning is unleashed upon guests bold enough to party on Halloween at an abandoned farm house. 

As children, you and your friend, Samantha, would play at an old farm during your summer vacations. Years have passed, and Samantha has invited you to join her and a group of fellow students back at the farm for a Halloween party. Little does anyone know - but a demonic force will be crashing the event. 

When the partygoers game spirals out of control, a portal to a world of darkness opens to imprison their youthful souls. They soon join company with the rest of the cursed souls collected by the lord of darkness. You alone are their sole hope of rescue. 

A freakish fest filled with menacing mysticism awaits your arrival ... That’s of course, if you’re not too afraid to RSVP. 

BONUS CONTENT: 
Wallpaper 
Soundtrack

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Publisher:
Encore
Developer:
8th Floor Games
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Source:
Encore
Released:
Thursday, March 21, 2013
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 8 / Windows 7 /Windows XP / Windows Vista 
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz 
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM 
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 
  • Storage: 1150 MB available space
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A bit cliche at times but a decent hidden object game

Shadows Price For Our Sins is a hidden object and puzzle game about a young woman trying to save her friends after they get transported into a board game at a Halloween party. Spooky house on Halloween and eventually having to free ghost may be cliched, probably even more so for this genre, but the game manages to tell a decent story. The art isn't great but unlike many games of the genre more 3D models are used. At time you will get voiced story scenes to fill in information about the characters. The bonus edition only includes an extra soundtrack and wallpapers instead of the extra gameplay chapter that many hidden object games tend to include, the music was pretty forgettable. In spite of some cliches the game is decent and worth a look for genre fans.

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