|Call of the Sea
|Out of the Blue
|Initial Release Date:
|8 Dec 2020
|Adventure, Casual, Indie
Call of the Sea is a first-person adventure and puzzle game set in the 1930s. After years and years of appointments and medical referrals, doctors have abandoned Nora’s unusual and rare condition. In pain, and with horrible nightmares and nightmares, her husband, Harry, decides to start a quest to solve the riddle behind his troubles. The trail leads him to a remote island in the South Pacific, which locals fear and call “Death Island.” When Harry goes missing without a trace, Nora gathers all her energy and travels to the island to investigate.
The atmosphere is brilliantly laid out with layers and layers of knowledge, intrigue and mystery are added to the mix at just the right time. Even the news section has a short, but informative, seven-part prequel story to quench your hunger and introduce you to the two main characters. Check it out before you start!
I really enjoy the development of good characters and it is the relationship between the two main characters that drive the story. Nora and Harry are as deeply in love as the day they met, and this is wonderfully illustrated by the cut-throat scenes and correspondence between the two of them.
The game manages to convince you that they have a great relationship and will do anything for each other. There are many different stories to put this idea into practice, ranging from engraved pictures to special memories of the events of his life that we witness. I really enjoyed this part of the game because it felt like it was more than just a puzzle game.
The game felt like a real adventure where you cared about the characters and you wanted to know what happened to Harry and you wanted Nora to find him.
You play Nora Everhardt, Harry Everhardt’s dedicated wife. In search of your missing husband, you arrive on a mysterious island and must find Harry’s whereabouts. Along the way, you’ll find evidence of your husband’s progress in trying to find a cure for his illness, as well as his whereabouts and what happened to his party.
Norah has a journal where she notes important discoveries and traces the puzzles that hinder her development. You can refer to the diary at any time which provides invaluable help. The diary has a notes section that recaps the story and a log section that gives puzzles to all the clues.
It’s important to keep track of the miles you have and if and when they expire. The notebook page should be full if you are storing all the valuable evidence so if there is any space on the page you should keep searching.
You will need to solve the puzzles at hand using the evidence in your notes and logs. You have no such inventory but occasionally you will pick up items that will automatically be used on the correct puzzle.
Puzzles are diverse and interesting and can be quite difficult. A mix of large as well as small and simple puzzles with multiple aspects. One of the first puzzles you have encountered has actually been broken and this has been proven by quoting a guide. If you get stuck in a lens liner puzzle, you will need to find a solution until it is fixed.
The graphics were beautiful. The game felt polished and professional. Although I was torn to pieces in the early chapters, it seems to resolve itself later. The island is well detailed and they have put a lot of effort into the Polynesian shape.
The soundtrack was brilliant and a wonderful orchestral melody is played for the dramatic effect when needed.
Call of the Sea is a complete package. I wish there were more games like this. Most sports are hunting in one area and taking the lead in another. Call of the Sea manages to create an amazingly intriguing story, characters with whom you want to invest your emotions, a perfect setting full of horror stories and mysteries, and truly challenging and clever puzzles. I don’t think you will be disappointed if you buy it. Definitely one of the best games I’ve ever played.
System Requirements Call of the Sea Game
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7/8.1/10
- Processor: AMD FX-6100/Intel i3-3220 or Equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 7750, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or Equivalent
- Hard Drive: 15 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
How to Install Call of the Sea For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Call of the Sea- PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Click on “setup_call_of_the_sea_126.96.36.199_(64bit)_(48714).exe” and install it.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 13.01 GB