Somewhere Beyond The Sea, She’s There Watching For Me
“Somewhere beyond the sea, somewhere waiting for me, my lover stands on golden sands and watches the ships that go sailing.”
Oh! Hello and welcome to Call of The Sea, a game where you will explore an adventure, puzzle game like no other in this first-person mystery. You will play as a British art teacher from San Francisco named Norah Everhart who has gone on a quest to find out what has happened to her husband, who has gone missing during his expedition.
If I Could Fly Like Birds On High, Then Straight To Her Arms I’d Go Sailing
You will start off in a dream/nightmare where you seem to swim underwater and that will confuse many people at the start but you will see what the dreams means once you play through the story, sorry no spoilers! You will swim forward and up a flight of stairs to a music box then awaken from your dream on a ship where you are called upon by one crewmate to inform you of your arrival to the mysterious tropical island your husband Harry Everhart disappeared whilst exploring.
It’s Far Beyond A Star, It’s Near Beyond The Moon
Norah’s husband has set off on an expedition to find a cure to her illness, which is turning her hands to a polka dot cheetah like skin tone. Norah does not hear from him and is delivered a mysterious package with a photo of Harry with the words “FIND HIM”, a key and a mysterious Artefact. She decides the best cause of action is to set off on a voyage to the tropical island and find out what happened to him.
I Know Beyond A Doubt, My Heart Will Lead Me There Soon
Call of The Sea is set in the 1930s on a beautiful island in the South Pacific of Tahiti, Papeteo. Full of magic, mysteries and occults, also with breath-taking views and sites and tropical jungles. To solve puzzles and mysteries, you will need your brain power at maximum capacity as the solutions to these puzzles do not come lightly. I cannot lie I got very frustrated with some of these puzzles and had to land up looking up some solutions on how to solve them, but from what I could see many people would struggle the same way and had to look up walkthroughs. So, if you like extremely hard puzzles that can wind you right up and drive you insane, then hey this game has all of that plus more.
We’ll Meet Beyond The Shore, We’ll Kiss Just As Before
Your journal is your help guide, with clues, your story as you find pieces of evidence, and anything you pick up can also help you figure out what you should do, such as totems or images. So, explore and find everything you can, they are difficult to find and will take a lot of time to find sometimes, so if you get stuck open your journal, trust me. There are a lot of collectibles to find, so make sure you look high and low and find everything you can to help piece what happened to your husband and his team.
Happy We’ll Be Beyond The Sea, And Never Again I’ll Go Sailing
One thing I absolutely loved about this game was the soundtrack! It has one of the best game theme tunes I have ever heard. Every time I heard it, I got goose bumps! On top of this, the graphics blew me away, the reflection of the water and how the sun beamed through the trees, the stunning beaches with the crashing waves and the lighting effect drew me in more and more, the detail they put into the surfaces like the shine and look of the metal structures, the way the wood had dents and cracks in and so much more than I can explain just showed how much time they put into this game. Everything was just remarkably designed and just look magnificent. One part that I was so amazed at was at the beginning of Chapter 1. When you are walking through the tropical jungle, you will arrive to a section of beach surrounded by all different parrots, and they were awesome to see. The voice acting by the marvellous Cissy Jones, had you feel so much closer to her character, she made it feel very real especially with her emotions and what you felt and saw through the eyes of Norah.
And Never Again I’ll Go Sailing, And Never Again I’ll Go Sailing
This game has a very long 8 hours storyline filled with emotions, loss and despair. You grow close to Henry and his crew through voice recordings found around the island, emails, messages, photographs, and pieces of paper, and it makes you feel a connection with these characters. But as you progress through the island, you find out that everything is not as it seems. I was taken with so many emotions through my play through, from anger to sadness I felt the pain Norah was going through. The story telling of this game showed the players that there was more than meets the eye. You see that the island has many surprises for you in store and if you want to know what kind I would say play it as soon as you can as it had me gripped to my seat. I literally spent the entire 8 hours playing the game, unable to put down my controller. Many civilisations and how the islands operate, from rituals and sacrifices to mysteries, all Polynesian cultures to a mysterious ooze that is a big factor of what happens in this game. There is no type of combat in Call of The Sea, none. So, do not be disappointed if you do not get attacked by creatures of otherworldly entities. Now this game was definitely not what I was expecting, it was actually a pretty good game for what it was, and I enjoyed playing it although the puzzles let me just say, could be way to difficult; but other than that, I had a blast playing Call of The Sea and the ending was just… Well, you will see what I mean. So, where can you find this game you are probably thinking, it is actually on the Xbox and on Steam right now and to make it even better if you own the Xbox Game Pass subscription service it is included on there, so what are you doing? Get playing this game and find out what had my attention for 8 hours and filled with so many emotions that I could not put it down.