Subliminal Realms: Call of Atis Collector's Edition
February 19, 2017
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Your fiancé was hospitalized following an attack on his diving boat. It turns out that he discovered an unusual artifact that acts as a gateway to various out-of-this-world portals. Now that the same dark energy that attacked him on the boat has returned and kidnapped him into these fantasy worlds, it is down to you to explore these unfamiliar realms and rescue your husband-to-be!
One of the many reasons that made the first Subliminal Realms game such a memorable one was its unique storyline. Thus, we were slightly disappointed to find that the plot in Call of Atis is in fact, quite mundane. A plot about rescuing a love from an evil force through fantasy portals is certainly nothing refreshing, and the backstory in Call of Atis doesn’t really make it much more exciting either.
Luckily, Subliminal Realms: Call of Atis is saved by its breathtaking production. Visually, there is a lot to take in in each scene. The artwork is some of the best we have seen, and the vivid colors make each scene even more stunning. What’s even more impressive are the cutscenes and the animations. The quality of these aspects is second to none, kudos to the art team at Boolat Games!
Moreover, Subliminal Realms: Call of Atis delivers a decent gameplay. There might not be anything especially innovative about the game, but at least the tasks are fairly fascinating and the challenge level is moderate. We were also highly entertained by the hidden object scenes and the puzzles. The hidden object scenes were often multi-layered and smartly-designed. The puzzles were a little bit weaker, as they could have been much more complex.
Subliminal Realms: Call of Atis took us the full four hours to master, and the equally-astounding bonus chapter took us another hour. The Collector’s Edition is packed with bonus content; a strategy guide, wallpapers, cutscenes, soundtracks, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects.