Mad Head Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Rite of Passage series! After 20 years, you receive a message that could lead you to your missing grandfather. You hope for a happy reunion, but things take a dark turn when dangerous creatures invade your world! Do you have what it takes to defeat darkness and save the world? Find out in this gripping hidden-object puzzle adventure game!Try it before you buy but it was a buy for me. Yes there are younger fans of the genre but many of us have been members here at BFG for many, many years. The repeating sword puzzle. This fast-paced game radiates excitement and ingenuity. Have always enjoyed this developers style. You will have found a hidden gem. Does she use the rubber glove? Exchange the locations of monstrous statues so they are placed in order by color. There are no morphing objects. Still nothing from Artifex Mundi or 5-BN either. The story is excellent. Date published: Am I glad I purchased it? I kept hoping for better things, but they just never showed up. You get a gimmicky sword which you use after matching up runes.
This game is keeping me at the top of my form. The game may be scary, but I'm not sure about that. The puzzles are varied in style and difficulty. Overall, the challenge level was excellent. Board the train to adventure in another world — the Night World. Mathematical puzzle. Some not very good. Try it before you buy but it was a buy for me. Yes there are younger fans of the genre but many of us have been members here at BFG for many, many years. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CNew from Enjoy this Game - Worth Playing I haven't finished the game; I am more than half way through, normally I wait until I do before writing a review. Not the usual start with a train, or car crash, etc The main game took us four enjoyable hours to complete, and the bonus chapter added another 50 minutes. It has a different twist on some of challenges. The repeating sword puzzle.
Go through a maze of tunnels overcoming obstacles in your path. What to do? Increases in difficulty — The marbles move faster with each level. There are many activities throughout the game. I really enjoyed this game. Where do the symbols come from, they didn't appear until the nightcrawler appeared? And a magical artifact. She passes behind him again and crosses the train tracks to get a poster off the wall. I can't say enough good about this game. It all boils down to one thing, it's Grandpa's fault and I've gotta fix it! Overall, the challenge level was excellent. Since this game caught me in its mystery, I patiently played them all and with exception of a few, they generally were original, varied, some with multi-layered tasks, and quite easy.
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Date published: Worlds Greatest Places Mahjong 3 out of 5 by kellijaebaeli from too many mini puzzles Personally, i hated that there were Sworc many mini puzzles. The storyline is good, the puzzles are varied and challenging and not too many hidden objects to find. Try it before you buy but it was a buy for me. I do however love the abundance of puzzles offered, which aren't necessarily challenging, but they are fun. I spent the Demo being Judge Dee: The City God Case appalled at the mistakes the Devs made to pay much attention to the pink smoke or the Pasage: that appeared shortly after the smoke did! Keep these types coming, please. This is another thrilling sci-fi adventure game Passage: Mad Head. Rotate a series of four rings Pasdage: reproduce the shapes of eight rather odd keys. As for the Sword and the Fury, I think it should get lost in some gaming portal in a faraway land. After the demo, the puzzles include four which are very creative. Obviously the guard was not on duty as he must have locked himself out! For me, the sword puzzles are NOT worth playing and with all the other puzzles in the game, just using the sword would suffice. One hop had 3 mini-game in it. Align two to three marbles into the safe zones to Alicia Quatermain 3: The Mystery of the Flaming Gold Collectors Edition the evildoer.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CNew from Enjoy this Game - Worth Playing I haven't finished the game; I am more than half way through, normally I wait until I do before writing a review. One of the reasons we adored the Rite of Passage series was because of its intriguing storyline. Each puzzle is cleverly adapted to integrate with the storyline and offers a satisfying level of challenge. This game is on the touch sensitive side as well. The Mini Games are really entertaining, in my opinion. In the Extras screen, you can go back to find morphing objects missed during game play. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LunaNik from Challenge level increased…storyline overused. Story makes sense, keeps you wanting to know what's coming next, even the bonus is a chapter of its own that is fun to play Still nothing from Artifex Mundi or 5-BN either. Kate is down in the subway station, watching the guy she came to meet fighting a Nightcaller. The game is well-worth the price. I confess that I do hate HOPs The adventure is fairly predictable, although it features the Magic Sword, which activates a nice little puzzle. To our disappointment, the storyline in this new sequel is not so interesting. With a relative in danger.
Rarely do I give a game all 5's but this game deserves that rating. Still nothing from Artifex Mundi or 5-BN either. What to do? This is another thrilling sci-fi adventure game by Mad Head. There are many activities throughout the game.