Beyond the Invisible: Evening

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At the edge of the forest lies a small Woodville town. One day the town became shrouded in mist and no one could pass through. Citizens began to disappear, one by one and fear gripped the town.

The city immersed into darkness and despair quickly spread. There is no way out and those who left for help never came back… However hope still lies within one orphaned child. Shadows may have taken his parents and his only friend, but it was unable to take his courage.

Walk through the fear and darkness to restore his family. Unravel the mystery of the Shadows and free the town from their dreadful fears!Features:
  • Beautiful hand-drawn graphics
  • Explore an elaborate and atmospheric old town
  • An unusual and intriguing plot with many twists
  • Absorbing puzzles
  • Immersive soundtrack
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Impossible Mystery Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 98/WimdowsME/Windows2000/WindowsXP/WindowsVista/Windows7/Windows8
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Any DirectX 9 compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
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Last Modified: Jan 22, 2020

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Microsoft from Russian
Well, I'll be the first one to write to Steam about this game. If You like the game in the genre of Quest (adventure game)-I recommend. In my opinion-it's a classic. I will Be extremely honest, because everyone, personally I always interested in the quests plot of the game, not the process. I'm lazy to look for some items, wander through the maps and stuff. I did not play in quests for a long time, but decided to buy and did not regret. I am not ready to put Beyond the Invisible: Evening in a row with Space Quest, Gabriel Knight and many other games-masters of the genre, but I think that it definitely deserves attention. The Plot, in our time, few people are surprised, fine tuning and quantity Hints in the game-similarly, but... There is something in this game cozy and eager to play, help the protagonist and learn all the mysteries of what is happening. Nice background music, not good drawing, everything looks quite decent and decent. P.S. For Those who doubt because of "Russian is Not supported"-The rusification of the game is. The Game has passed, was satisfied. Opinion has not changed. Review This game can be seen in my videos or on my channel:
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Microsoft from Italian
Recommended but only very discounted. It's certainly Not a HoG that will leave the mark, but let it play. The graphics are really nice, but I had to play in the window to appreciate it fully, because full screen the game expands to occupy all 16:9, while the game is in 4:3. There is No way to solve the problem in full screen, in fact I am so sorry to have a wrong aspect ratio that my system is set to leave everything as it is, even if it involves having black edges, and despite that both my graphics drivers and my monitor are Set in such a way (which works on 99% of the games), here it has no effect, which means it is just the game to force stretching. Hidden-object scenes and puzzles are of the right difficulty, and I never had to watch a guide or skip a few puzzles, thanks also to the map with instant navigation showing where there is something to do. The story is the usual heated soup, but at least it is written quite well and has no problems of comprehension. The music, although not excelling, create the right environment, relaxed but with that halo of mystery that must have stories a little dark like this, which is still good for children since I do not remember any events truculent or otherwise unacceptable for small Pargoli. There is also a small extra unlockable section finding suns (in the sense of stars) secrets scattered in the various scenes, which makes the game slightly longer and fun, and then you can always go back in each scene, apart from some rare exception, Throughout the entire game. This section contains 10 wallpapers, 5 sketches (usable as wallpaper) and 5 music, all salvageable where we want in the system. I spent 2.8 hours to finish it, but about twenty minutes I spent them to look for a guide to find the Suns (which then I did not serve, but you can find it here: and to do anything else out of the game (Capatine in the bathroom and Similar), so I guess you can finish in 2 hours if you don't want to find the Suns. Shorter than average, but not by much, but also for that I do not recommend it at full price.
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