Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden
Average Rating 10 player reviews ( 3.9 out of 5.0 )
Experience the wonders of the underworld for yourself!
Take a deep breath and find your fiancée who went missing in the dark abyss of the ocean. Discover and investigate a forgotten underwater city that hides many spine-chilling secrets and supernatural forces, the remains of which still lurk in every corner of this mysterious world. Face the ancient evil that is hiding in the deepest chambers of the once idyllic city of Eden. During the exploration of the underwater city, you will solve cleverly designed minigames and find hidden objects or play a special minigame as an alternative. Hold your breath and dive into the game to experience the wonders of the underworld for yourself.
-Scary and thrilling story in a unique underwater setting
-Beautiful, hand-drawn graphics
-Numerous original and inventive minigames
-Also available in a Collector's Edition with additional features elsewhere on our site.
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Good game, nice HO scenes, lots of interplay and areas to go to and things to do, some a little difficult to figure out, but that's what hints are for, (lol). Nice length to the game too, overall I enjoyed playing this game. See more See less
I thought this was a really good game, all HOGs and puzzles possible with thought. I agree there is a lot of running around but the map keeps you centered and aware of what needs done next. See more See less
The graphics and storyline were very good.It was challenging and interesting. You did have to travel to different areas to find missing pieces, but that is typical of the adventure games. Things were relatively easy to find. This game is worth palying. Keeps you engaged. Kinda creepy for small kids tho. See more See less
The story was pretty good, but the voice acting was not as good as it could have been. The HOGs and mini games were pretty easy. It would have been great if you could have fast traveled using the map instead of just seeing where you needed to go next. Overall, it's kind of BioShock meets Cthulhu. Weird, but enjoyable. See more See less