Heaven’s Hope is a cleverly funny point ‘n click adventure! Angel Talorel has fallen from Heaven and crash landed in the small town of Heaven’s Hope. Embarking on a fun adventure with some new and unlikely companions Talorel tries to get back home – will you help him?
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Release Date: Feb 25, 2016

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May 10

New Update - everything smoother now

Hey everyone :)

In the past weeks we've gathered your feedback and are still working on bringing the game to perfection - and we are one step closer now!

Here are the detailed patch notes:

- Kareem's customerliste should be now fetched and returned back while he has left his stand. This should solve issues with the bottle.
- The dialog choice during the bargain / trading block will return to the original dialoglevel after an unsuccessful bargain.
- The map in the sarcophag is now unusable
- The opening and closing eyelid sounds have been adjusted and are less noisy now
- Catacombs -> area that triggers the stamp have been expanded so that the event should be triggered more often
- The church clock has to be used only once to trigger the level mechanism
- The hotspot (mud) on the jaildrain has been removed because it was not reachable by the player
- If a save has been done after freeing Talorel from the cell, the dialog scene between Bloomfold and Talorel will be loaded
- Sounds, music and the subtitles will be directly taken over after the option has been choosen and confirmed
- You can now hide all texts in the option menu
- You will not hear any combination-sounds if they were wrong
- You cannot leave the cemetary scene (eg. map and exit) as long as Agnes has not been burried and the cemetary minigame is active
- The mill minigame has been reworked: After it falls two times you get a dialog option to skip the minigame. This should work now.
- The mill minigame has now some more proper walkables
- If McCallum has been locked up he will be not availabe during the speech

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“Das Gesamtpaket aus einer Story, die einen ganz neuen Aspekt präsentiert, einer sehr schönen Grafik mit winzig, kleinen Details, tollen Synchronstimmen, angenehmer Hintergrundmusik und gut platzierten Soundeffekten sowie Rätseln, die einen zum Lachen bringen, ist einfach hervorragend gelungen!”
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About This Game

Heaven's Hope tells the story of the Angel Talorel, who has literally fallen from Heaven. He is now stranded on Earth in the 19th century next to a town called Heaven's Hope, having lost his halo and his wings. His goal is to now to find a way back home. But our world is strange for an Angel, so Talorel needs advice from his old friends in heaven and from some new and unlikely companions that he will meet on his adventure. In Heaven’s Hope the Inquisition has risen again under the rule of the fanatic nun Greta. Suppression, fear and mistrust have spread among the village, which means that it’s actually not a good place for an angel, desperately trying to get back to Heaven.
But Talorel is not afraid of the task handed to him – he’s got special angel abilities, funny and loyal friends and, of course, YOU by his side! And without you, Talorel might never be able to get home…

The world of Heaven's Hope is charming and crazy at once: you’ll meet a mouse who following a near-death experience, creates Anselm; a trustworthy homunculus who drives Petrus – the guardian of Heaven –crazy. Heaven’s Hope is a traditional point ‘n click Adventure with over 35 hand-drawn locations, a variety of iconic and charming characters and tons of puzzles to solve.


  • A thrilling adventure - always funny and full of heart

  • Over 12 hours of gameplay with fascinating riddles

  • Two heavenly advisers will aid the hero with good ideas and bad jokes

  • 35 hand-drawn locations and over 30 animated characters to interact with

  • Smart systems can guide the player through the game as much – or as less – as they want. Heaven’s Hope is both accessible and challenging.

  • A magnificent Hollywood-quality soundtrack by famous composer Jonathan van den Wijngaarden.

  • A digital artbook with commentary from Art Director Helge C. Balzer is included (German and English version)

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (SP1), Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 8800 or higher, AMD Radeon HD 4000 or higher, Intel HD 4000 or higher (min. 512 MB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Quad Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 560 or higher, AMD Radeon HD 5800 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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23 of 31 people (74%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
10.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
I`m two hours into the game and my first look so far is quite positiv
+great visuals
+good voice acting (german and english are both of good quality)
+story is interesting (hope this will last over the whole game /edit after 6 hours: still good)
+Charming dialogues
+Fast travel to any location possible!

-animations are choppy
-Puzzles are relatively easy until now, dunno how hard it will get later on (edit after 6 hours: the puzzles are getting more complex, but still the adventure typical "have item A in place B to get item C" etc., some fresh approach would be more attractive in my opinion)

If you are interested in some gameplay footage, I will provide a full walkthrough over the next couple of days here:


EDIT: I am most likely in the middle of the game right now and the length should be between 10 and 15 hours. If you are using guides like my walkthrough and cut down dialogues you will obvious run through the game much faster and can beat it in 5 to 6 hours I would guess.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 19
Product received for free
Heaven's Hope is a Point and Click Adventure in which you play a angels who is fallen to earth by an accident and must come back to heaven. The game plays like other point and click adventures, you have to click on objects to interact with them or on path/ways to walk around.
The game has a few good extras like a hot spot view, fast travel map, a hint system were the other angels help you from heaven, a minigame skip function and a graphical diary.
it seems to be the first point and click game from mosaic mask studios and i must say, they have done it very well.

- good and funny story
- good controls
- good graphic
- a few funny minigames
- difficulty not to high and not to low
- funny characters
- 10 - 12h gameplay
- found no bugs
- minigames can be skipped
- the digital artbook is inclusive in this edition

- i didn't liked the voice acting
- at some points when talking with character it everytime repeats the same text

A very funny point and click adventure which should be a must have for all fans of this genre.

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20 of 28 people (71%) found this review helpful
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
Paulliee TV's Review

+ Dark medeval type feel artstyle reminding me of Chains of Satinav.
+ Great animations
+ Creative puzzle sections.
+ Interesting fun characters.
+ Very good voice overs and cute subtitles
+ Solid in game music
+ can highlight objects with space bar
+ Characters are fun witty and have a comedy feel to them


- Could do with a little more backstory
- Solid game but seems hard to stand out on it's own


Mosaic Mask Studio's has produced a solid great Point n Click game that is a must buy for any fan of the genre, If you long for games like Discworld and like having a laugh then this game is for you


Estimated time to complete the game would be 6-12 hours without a guide at hand

I would give this game a 8/10 in the Point and Click genre

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17 of 23 people (74%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 6
I wanted to like Heaven's Hope, I really did. I love point and click games and though there are some great elements here (specifically the art and music), there are too many flaws to recommend the purchase, even on sale.

+interesting concept
+beautiful artwork
+wonderful music
+fast travel option

-unlikable protagonist
-terrible voice acting
-mediocre puzzles
-humor never works(mostly due to bad timing/delivery from voice actors)

This game isn't worth $20. It's worth closer to $10. If you really want to play it, get it on sale.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
10.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 7
There's really no saving grace for this game. It is booooring on so many levels that it is only through a sheer force of will that one can finish it. Short version? Don't buy it. Not even on sale. Not even for $2.
* Triggers: The worst is triggers: practically everything in this game is triggered. There are multiple locations, items and characters that you can interact with only after something arbitrary has happened. But there's no way to tell! So you can go into the tavern for 90% of the game, and have nothing to do there until arbitrary trigger. But since there's no way to know something has changed you can go around for hours not realizing that.
This game is not so much hard as it is simply *tedious*.
* Puzzles that are boring and have absolutely nothing with the plot or the game
* Boring characters, boring plot
* Monotonous, repetative responses. There was zero effort to make the character reply to what you are trying to do. After a while "I don't know what to do with that" for pretty much anything gets super-annoying

Just no.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
A respectable adventure game. Good puzzles, and a built-in hint system that works fairly well. It is helpful to know a bit about Christianity as the game does use some Christian themes in it. Someone devout might be put out by the angels gossiping about the saints and behaving closer to imperfect teenagers than divine messengers (more like the Greek gods than the normal depiction of the Christian one). The humor is subtle - if you like deadpan humor you'll have fun with it, but if you prefer zany/outrageous it may not be to taste.

My main complaint is the graphics aren't terribly impressive. The animation looks a bit like cardboard cut-outs moving in front of a background -- a bad bluescreen effect (the first video kind of shows that).
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
10.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 5
A fun little adventure game. Talorel, the fallen angel, is a sympathetic protagonist. The concepts for the various puzzles were good, but the implementation could stand some improvement. German voice acting was mostly good, the subtitles had minor bugs. Overall, I liked this game.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
19.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 27
Μπορώ αβίαστα να γράψω ότι το “Heaven’s Hope” ως πρώτο adventure game της Mosaic Mask Studio, αφήνει υποσχέσεις για σπουδαία συνέχεια των νεοεισελθέντων στο είδος Γερμανών. Η περιπέτεια του Talorel έχει όλα τα στοιχεία που είναι ικανά να την τοποθετήσουν μεταξύ εκείνων που θα ολοκληρώσετε με μεγάλη διάθεση, αφήνοντας ως σημαντικότερη παρακαταθήκη της την εξ' αρχής ανοικτή δράση της και ορισμένους ευφυείς γρίφους που περιλαμβάνει.

The debut game of Mosaic Mask Studio leaves us with great promises for this company’s future activity. Talorel’s journey has all the necessary elements for a pleasant and satisfying adventure game, with smart puzzles and many accessible locations right from the beginning being the most important ones.

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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 28
Took a while to get how to do things and was just getting into it when I found out the designer must be a Monty Python fan cos no one expects the Inquesition whose two things are Fear and Surprise ...its three things are..........
Anyway an enjoyable game
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
11.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 4
A very enjoyable point and click adventure with beautiful scenes, interesting characters, great voice over and good puzzles. Not on the easy side, but not frustratingly difficult either. I loved playing this game.
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5.2 hrs
Posted: October 25
Really bummed that I spent money on this.. tedious and boring.
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6.4 hrs
Posted: October 7
Heaven's Hope has everything required for a good adventure game: nice animations & backgrounds, constant attempt at humour, slow-paced gameplay, a good number of puzzles with solutions which make no sense and lots of guesswork & trial & error.

The experience of Heaven's Hope starts out very promising, art style and the uncommon plot immediately catches your attention. You visit new places, meet new people and collect everything you can. Sooner or later you reach a point where you end up with a lot of items and no idea what you're missing. There is a hint system in the game but in my gameplay the advice given was rarely relevant to what I needed to move forward. So you start revisiting everywhere and everyone and you realize that the game relies upon trigger events as the solution of story progression problem, something I didn't particularly enjoy. Fast travelling using the map eases this pain which negatively impacts your overall experience throughout the game and searching for the next interaction can be boring.

In every adventure game, there is this specific point where you start to lose interest in the middle of the story. After that, Heaven's Hope manages to pick up speed and wraps up the storyline without dragging it too much in about 7 hours in total. I recommend Heaven's Hope to every adventure gamer, it's better than most of the recent point & click alternatives and a better than average game in general. Also, it was a nice change to play a game with a religious theme which doesn't constantly try to lecture the player on how ridiculous and horrible religion is. I hope the developers build up on this and we'll see more from them in the future.
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Lilly Bee
5.7 hrs
Posted: October 4
Product received for free
Heaven’s Hope is an adventure, point & click that follows the story of a fallen angel by the name of Talorel, who is looking for his way back to Heaven. When I saw this game I was intrigued by the hand painted scenes and was reminded of some of my favourite adventure games, such as Simon The Sorcerer and my absolute favourite game The Longest Journey. With this nostalgia in mind I really wanted to try this game out and unfortunately it didn’t live up to my expectations.

The highest point of this game is its graphics, it is beautifully presented, the visuals are top quality. With most adventure point and click games, it has the perspective of 2.5D, the illusion of 3D with 2D graphics. They have pulled this off really well with the larger foreground, but without so much detail that you are inclined to look at that instead of what is happening in the middle ground. Alongside this the animations of people talking, although they are repetitive they fit with the style and some are quite humorous. However on the flip side when things take a darker turn it reminded me a lot of The Cat lady, with the warped and distorted animations.

The beautiful graphics however were let down by the story itself, when I started the game it was a really interesting concept and some bemusing things happened to keep me intrigued. However after about 3 hours of game play the story became stale, it felt like it wasn’t trying very hard to keep my interest and I was quickly getting bored. Though the puzzles were of average difficulty (some being quite easy to figure out, whilst others took a while longer) some were illogical, I couldn’t get the answer because the answer just didn’t make sense to me. This often resulted in trying to combine everything I had in my inventory with each other till I got something and even then I was confused with how the game came to that conclusion.

After hitting the 5 hour mark, I thought I had been playing much longer and it was at this point that I couldn’t actually recall hearing any music in the game. I played for a while longer and there was indeed music but that meant the music was easily forgettable. This in my opinion is a problem when you create an adventure game, music is everything as it sets the mood and the most magical moments I’ve had in adventure games, have had extremely touching music along side the events that were unfolding.

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6/10 - Above Average
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11.6 hrs
Posted: August 16
Loved the game except some parts of the game and some puzzles, and hated the ending.
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8.8 hrs
Posted: August 4
While the dialouge can be a bit stilted in the english version, the story is different enough in concept to entertain and my children and I enjoyed playing.
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10.4 hrs
Posted: July 9
I will make this short. I really liked the game especially the voice acting. The scarecrow made me laugh though I was really sad when starting the game.
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Penis Erectus
17.8 hrs
Posted: May 1
this game is pretty cool, more games like this should me made ...
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