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From the company that brought you Hidden City® comes the first-ever free-to-play hidden object adventure The Paranormal Society®, which takes the genre to a new level! If you enjoy finding hidden objects, tackling puzzle adventures or completing quests, this riveting game is for you.<br><br>Victorian London is experiencing an invasion of malevolent phantoms. The government officially denies it but has secretly asked the Paranormal Society for help. As a young wife who witnessed your husband's spirit leave his body to join other phantoms, you become the newest member of the Paranormal Society in order to get answers. In the process, you will also:<br>EXPLORE London's stunning manors,<br>FIND AND USE hidden objects,<br>SOLVE enigmatic puzzles,<br>USE scientific tools and...<br>BANISH evil spirits!<br><br>While this game is absolutely free to play, you have the ability to unlock optional bonuses via in-app purchases from within the game. You may disable in-app purchases in your device settings.<br><br>● 22 absorbing locations to search<br>● 29 unforgettable characters to meet<br>● 44 phantoms to chase and defeat<br>● Over 1800 engaging quests to fulfill<br>● Dozens of collections to assemble along your adventure<br>● iPhone XR Display support <br>● iPad Pro Display Support<br>● Game Center Support<br><br>Plus, more locations, characters, phantoms, quests, collections and puzzles are coming in regular updates that are absolutely FREE!<br>____________________________ <br><br>Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Traditional Chinese <br>____________________________ <br><br>Sign up now for a weekly round-up of the best from G5 Games! www.g5e.com/e-mail <br>____________________________ <br><br>G5 Games - World of Adventures™!<br><br>Collect them all! Search for "g5" in iTunes! <br><br>Adventure: <br><br>▶ Homicide Squad: Hidden Crimes<br>▶ Mahjong Journey®<br>▶ The Secret Society - Hidden Mystery<br>▶ Pirates & Pearls: A Treasure Matching Puzzle<br>▶ Survivors: the Quest<br><br>Strategy: <br><br>▶ Virtual City Playground: Building Tycoon<br>▶ Farm Clan®: Farm Life Adventure<br>▶ Stand O’Food® City: Virtual Frenzy<br>▶ The Island Castaway: Lost World®<br>▶ Doomsday Preppers™<br>____________________________ <br><br>VISIT US: www.g5e.com <br>WATCH US: www.youtube.com/g5enter <br>FIND US: www.facebook.com/g5games <br>FOLLOW US: www.twitter.com/g5games<br>G5 End User License Supplemental Terms: http://www.g5e.com/G5_End_User_License_Supplemental_Terms
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This game takes some charming aesthetics from the steampunk genre and sets you in Victorian England to look into the ghostly specters haunting the town. The visuals are mostly stills, but they set the tone appropriately and are fun to explore. As far as gameplay goes, G5 borrows from it's go-to gig of "Search & Find" to fill in the meat of your activity time, though for an app game on the run, that's not necessarily a bad thing. The gameplay of the current version is an update from a older version that had you looking for tedious items to open doors and locks, and much of the logic behind figuring out where things go or what to use them for often made little or no sense. This version removes that rigamarole for simply finding items and *ta-da* there's that thing you're looking for! The only downside to the game is that it can get dull and repetitive, and the game hasn't expanded much in the world it has created. And that's a real shame because the idea of ghost hunting in Victorian England with a little steampunk flourish is a wonderfully fun idea, something that could easily have countless possibilities added on to it. Overall, if Victorian Steampunk Ghost Hunting is your style, than this will be a lovely addition to your tablet or iPhone. (And in the meantime, I strongly urge G5 to revisit and expand on this world, because the concept is too big for just a few locations.)
Big fan of G5. Love the graphics and their concepts are generally good. This game, as are many of their games, is a hidden objects games with a twist. I played secret society for years until computer crashed and never really got back into it. Loved that game. This is similar but, I am finding that this is less generous with rewarding the player with occasional food for energy and the collections, so far, are harder to fill and also give less rewards. The take home is the player ends up having to spend more money to keep playing. Only on level 17 so, maybe it will get better. I hope so because always liked G5 because they rewarded the player and didn’t seem like they were all about making money. Also, and this really bothered me on secret society as well, I HATE THAT WHEN YOU LEVEL UP IT TAKES ALL OF THE POINTS YOU HAVE’NT USED PREVIOUSLY!!! Granted it raises you to your maximum energy score +5 but, energy points are hard to come by and you don’t want to lose any especially if you bought food to get them. Please fix this!!!! Additionally, I agree with some of the other reviews: you need to allow more time especially, since you are having to flip from thing to thing and it’s not all listed out like it was in secret society. Thanks for your hard work G5 developers you create good stuff.
The concept is attractive, the graphics well executed, and the music pleasant. The big limitation I find is my age. I’m trying to play this on an iPad Mini 4, to begin with. I wear bifocals because since the age of 60 reading glasses are not enough. And although the game developers allow enlarging the screen to examine details, there is no corresponding Setting for this makes the game play slower… In short I’ve only tried for an hour or so, and I’m not going to strain my eyes anymore. In this font size displayed on my iPad, with my good current glasses, and in strong light, I have trouble making out The text labels of the various segments related to settings and achievements and so forth. Which tells me that millennials and Gen Xers may enjoy the hell out of it, But The over 50 crowd, unless you’ve got a game console that’s a 27 inch screen or bigger, you won’t be able to play the game. Developers, take a look at June’s Journey, for an equivalent sort of hidden object game that allows extreme magnification, and can be played and enjoyed by those of us in our “senior years“. Wish game developers in general would include a handicapped, or disabled, setting for game play below casual…
I’ve had this game for a few months, and it was a fun way to kill time. However, the new update has taken away any challenge there may have been to the game. In the previous version, after getting to the second level at each site, a second room would be available. You would have to find the listed objects in the first room to open the second room, and then more time would be added to the clock and you had to find additional items in the second room order to win. Now, only one room is available when you go to a site, with way more “hidden” objects to find and more time on the clock. But with so many objects to find, you don’t even need to look at the caches to see what your searching for. Just tap any random object that sort of stands out and you’re done. There’s no pressure because its literally impossible not to find them all in the time allotted. Also, you’re wasting the same amount of energy as before to enter each site, but with less actual game play since you’re only searching in one room; before you used the same amount of energy for double the game play since you got to search two rooms. The whole point of the game is to find hidden objects in a scene, and now you barely get to do that at all and when you do it’s ridiculously easy. Disappointing. I’m not even motivated to play anymore. Probably going to delete soon.
This game would be great fun if it weren’t for the fact that to win a new avatar in the challenges that they have a player would have to spend about $100 or more. The graphics are great and the basic ghosts are generally a challenge to get rid of, but not impossible. To get one memento for the WinterWitch you have to go into Whitewalls as many as five times before you get one. Sure you can buy 650 snowflakes for twenty bucks a pop, but when you use 20 every single time you enter Whitewalls you would use all of them up long before you’d eliminate her. I’m taking away 2stars, because I feel it’s a tragedy, the challenges shouldn't be so impossible. When it comes to having a new avatar it should be something you can attain and there are too many ads for buying stuff you don’t absolutely need to win the challenges. I’m taking away 1 more star because when a player goes in everyday to win the daily prize to build the wasp piece if you aren’t close to the 24 hour mark from the last time you entered the game it won’t give you your piece or coins or energy for the day. I entered the game everyday for the 5 days and at one point it said I had skipped a day when I hadn’t. What the heck is up with that? I shouldn’t have to wait until midnight on a work night to enter the game to get my days in.
Developed by G5 Entertainment AB.
The Paranormal Society is ranking in Games & Entertainment & Adventure & Puzzle
Last update was at Jun 10, 2019and the current version is 1.20.1500.
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The Paranormal Society have a 8 726a user reviews.
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