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Forgotten Tales: Day of the Dead

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There is an old legend in Mexico that on “Dia de los Muertos” the Day of the Dead, the gates of heaven will open and the souls of our loved ones can visit the land of the living. That’s where the story of Manuel and Maria begins. An evil soul has kidnapped Maria. And now Manuel asks for your help to join him in this incredible adventure through the land of the dead after his beloved bride. Journey through beautiful scenery, relaxing music and help funny characters to find their belongings. Prove your skills in this challenging solitaire game!Steam Trading CardsFeatures
  • tons of unique and clever puzzles
  • a compelling story of love
  • a rich and vibrant world
  • tough challenges and great rewards
What people say about Forgotten Tales
What a fantastic solitaire game, it even has a fantastic story to go along with it.
I loved the features, the graphics, and the Solitaire game, but most of all, it has a very interesting story, enjoy! - pennmom36, Big Fish Games

I love this solitaire game! It’s colorful, the characters are funny the story line is cute. It’s different than most of the other solitaire games which can get repetitive and therefore boring. I would recommend this game. - Mernon54, Big Fish Games
Release date
Green Sauce Games
Green Sauce Games, Green Sauce Games LTDA - ME
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.7 or later
  • Processor: Intel Mac Only
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB
  • Storage: 225 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 190 MB available space
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Last Modified: Oct 22, 2019

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Forgotten Tales: Day of the Dead reviews and comments

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It's coming To an End and that's why it's Time for a review: I love Solitaire After playing Faerie Solitaire a few Years ago and desperately hoping for a Follow-up to this Series, I was all the happier when I discovered Forgotten Tales: Day of the Dead ha mal! Finally another New Solitaire Adventure! The Story Manuel (Protagonist) travels to the Realm of the Dead to save his Love Mary, who is held captive there. On the Journey to her (through 10 Chapters a 10 Lvl-a total of 100 Levels) we must help the "Inhabitants" of the Kingdom to find lost things again, which then help us to get back to Mary and then again from the Realm of the Dead. As you can imagine, the Story is total beside the side. The Lyrics are quite monotonous, but of course the Fun doesn't bother. So If you expect a Story, you might want To buy FireWatch or Life is Strange, but then you'd rather not buy a Solitaire, because that's flashing here. The Focus is on Solitaire:) Gameplay To Solitaire In itself I don't need to say anything, the Principle should be clear. However, here is a "novelty" the Power ups that you can buy (by ingame currency-of course no Real Money) to get, for example, a Joker, to shoot away 5 random Cards, to view face-down cards, etc. Graphics & Sound I Find both great, but at the moment I play without Sound, because I play the Game side by side and usually still watch a Series. Difficulty-Chapter 1-4: Oh man ... But that's far too easy, what do you need Power ups for? -Chapter 5-8: Okay, it gets harder and to get 3 stars I sometimes had to play a Level a 2nd and 3rd time with powerups-Chapter 9-10: How to do this? Especially in Chapter 9 towards the End and so far the complete Chapter 10, the Levels are not feasible without power ups in my Opinion. My Problem is that I often don't have enough Points to buy the power ups. Which is why I often play the Levels again in Chapter 1 to "farm points" and then create a Level in Chapter 10 again. Maybe I just turn up stupid and some also create this Chapter without any Problems, unfortunately that is not the case with me. Nevertheless, I think it is nice that the Degree of Difficulty has increased, if it had remained as in the Beginning, the Game would have been through after 3-5 Hours, so you hang on to it a little longer. Achievements For Achievement Hunters, it should be said that the Achievements are very easy to make, since most are unlocked anyway by the Progress of the Story and the Rest just so with time. Conclusion For Solitaire lovers an absolute must! Just Like that For Casual Players or those who want to become one. With €8€ you can't do much Wrong, but I think it might be worth waiting for a Sale of 30-40% No matter if you have a Full Price or a sale-you have Fun and that's the Main Thing after all!
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