Hidden Objects – Dark Romance: Vampire Origins: Review
February 15th, 2021
Solve more mysteries in the intriguing bonus chapter.
Never ever get lost with a helpful strategy guide.
Scrutinize locations for cleverly hidden collectibles!
Text your skills with challenging achievements.
Enjoy concept art, videos, wallpapers, and more!
Are you observant enough to amass your own fantastic collection? To challenge yourself, find new hidden items, and solve mental challenges!
This Collectors Edition includes a tonne of bonus stuff that you won’t find anywhere else in the hidden object game!
“Vampire Origins,” the best game in the Dark Romance series, has been added by DominiGames., released on 15th February 2021.
An ordinary trip to the doctor takes a sinister turn when your path crosses with that of a vampire!
Your father may have chased this terrible monster away before you were born, but now he’s returned for vengeance.
But it’s not just blood he’s after. He’s on the hunt for the half-vampire he produced before fleeing, a person you’ve just uncovered is you!
Can you outmaneuver this monster without turning into one yourself, with the safety of your house and loved ones on the line?
The game’s gameplay is quite similar to that of other Domini games, with four different in-game modes: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore, and Custom.
The character’s hand indicates stuff that you can interact with as well as stuff that you can pick up.
Gears signify that you can use an item from your inventory. The task journal will display your available tasks.
If you can only zoom in on a certain region, a magnifying glass emerges.
Characters will provide you with vital knowledge and items. If you get stuck in any situation, there is a hint button that you can use.
Select the things in your inventory that have plus symbols to inspect them more attentively.
You can teleport between locations and view available activities using your map.
Find coins to upgrade your location; if there are any in your region, the indicator will glow.
Very pleasant, interesting plot and characters with fantastic in-game visuals; puzzles are primarily easier in this game, allowing you to rack up achievements.
However, in the middle of the game, you are forced to pay to access the second chapter.
We were completely dissatisfied with DominiGames and left the game.
Hopefully, the game’s developers will look into this aspect of the game, or the game may lose its audience.