Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole Collectors Edition

Jesse is back at Flux mansion after thwarting the efforts of her nemesis, Veronica, but this time 30 years in the past! This is a special Collector's Edition early release. The standard edition is scheduled to be released in 2-3 weeks so, the Collector's Edition is for those who can’t wait to travel back in time. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases counts toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! Please note: This game has high graphic requirements. Please download the free one hour trial to ensure the game runs on your computer before purchasing the game. The Collector’s Edition includes:

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Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. With her help, she must fix the mechanism that enables time travel called the Apollo. In addition to featuring the same gameplay as The Ripple Effect, The Rabbit Hole also features the same gorgeous visuals. Instead, much of the focus story-wise is on Jessie and the Flux family. There are a variety of story pages scattered throughout the game that provide information about the family and the historical events and characters. Only this time the game gives you the option of playing in HD, provided your monitor and video card can support it. Once all the pieces of the Apollo are collect, only then can Jesse return to her present. Along the way the player learns about other members of the family, new historical characters and a greater plan that's in the works. And what it loses in originality it makes up for with quality, offering a fun adventure that sure to please HOG fans. The player tries to fix a historical event only to find it slightly changed later. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. Beautiful visuals.

And what it loses in originality it makes up for with quality, offering a fun adventure that sure to please HOG fans. The player tries to fix a historical event only to find it slightly changed later. In order to do this, she must travel to historical events that have been altered by the missing pieces. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. The player travels back in time to set right events that helped shape the modern world. Lengthy adventure. Only this time the game gives you the option of playing in HD, provided your monitor and video card can support it. The results are beautiful, but even without the HD effects turned on, the game looks great. And The Rabbit Hole picks up right where the first game in the series left off, further fleshing out the mystery of the Flux family while offering up a enjoyable blend of hidden object and adventure game. Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. You can move between the scenes freely and there is no time limit. Clicking these launches a close up shot of the environment crowded with a list of 12 items to find. They must continue to correct the event at different stages before finding the piece of the Apollo. Once the list is completed the player earns of the items to use in solving a puzzle or mini game. The main character, Jesse, finds herself stuck in the past face to face with her 6 year old self.


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A Battle Slots is presented early and the player must find a way of solving it by finding and replacing disassembled objects. Or does she? The Bad Hint system is a little too helpful. And what it loses in originality it makes up for with quality, offering a fun adventure Wild Tribe sure to please HOG fans. The Rabbit Hole plays pretty much identically to its predecessor, featuring a combination of traditional Victim of Xen gameplay, fragment object finding, and mini-games. The results are beautiful, but even without the HD effects turned on, the game looks great. The player travels back in time to set right events that helped shape the modern world. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. Along the way the player learns about other members of the family, new historical characters and a greater plan that's in the works. Clicking these launches a close up shot of the environment crowded with a list of 12 items to find. Historical Characters[ edit edit source ] Throughout the journey, the player travels to different locations in time that impacted three historical events; The Gettysburg Address ; Henry Ford 's test drive of the Quadricycle ; and the Boston Tea Party which includes the Green Dragon TavernGriffin's Wharf and the tea ship named the Beaver. These notes are completely optional and can be skipped if you choose to, but for those interested in the story they do a good job of expanding the narrative. And The Rabbit Hole picks up right where the first game in the series left off, further fleshing out the mystery of the Flux family while offering up a enjoyable blend of hidden object and adventure game. Gameplay[ edit edit source Pirate Chronicles Collectors Edition There are 12 chapters each containing 3 or more navigation scenes. Beautiful visuals.

The player tries to fix a historical event only to find it slightly changed later. Once the list is completed the player earns of the items to use in solving a puzzle or mini game. There, the player finds the missing Apollo components by fixing these historical events with the help of Abraham Lincoln , Henry Ford and Paul Revere. And The Rabbit Hole picks up right where the first game in the series left off, further fleshing out the mystery of the Flux family while offering up a enjoyable blend of hidden object and adventure game. Once all the pieces of the Apollo are collect, only then can Jesse return to her present. It also offers up quite a lengthy adventure, encompassing 12 chapters that will take several hours to finish. Instead, much of the focus story-wise is on Jessie and the Flux family. The player travels back in time to set right events that helped shape the modern world. Most of the scenes will have you searching for pieces of objects, which, when completed, will be necessary to progress. The Rabbit Hole begins with Jessie face-to-face with a much younger version of herself. Less focus on historical figures. But there are also some genuinely clever and fun games, such as one that has you actually tapping out a Morse code message.

The main character, Jesse, finds herself stuck in the past face to face Bricks of Egypt 2 her 6 year old self. In addition to featuring the same gameplay Edittion The Ripple Effect, The Rabbit Hole also features the same gorgeous visuals. Beautiful visuals. There, the player finds the missing Apollo components by fixing these historical events with the help of Abraham LincolnHenry Ford Hile Paul Revere. But this level of challenge is mitigated greatly by a hint system that recharges incredibly quickly, letting you easily avoid the frustration of getting stuck on Secregs: particular object. Relaxed pace. Once the list is completed the player earns of the items to use in solving a puzzle or mini game. With her help, she must fix the mechanism that enables time travel called the Apollo. Or does she? The Rabbit Hole begins with Jessie face-to-face with a much younger version of herself. Once all the pieces of the Apollo are collect, only then can Jesse return to her present.


You can move between the scenes freely and there is no time limit. Clicking these launches a close up shot of the environment crowded with a list of 12 items to find. After all, what would the world be like if Henry Ford made watches instead of cars? A problem is presented early and the player must find a way of solving it by finding and replacing disassembled objects. It also offers up quite a lengthy adventure, encompassing 12 chapters that will take several hours to finish. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. There, the player finds the missing Apollo components by fixing these historical events with the help of Abraham Lincoln , Henry Ford and Paul Revere. There are a variety of story pages scattered throughout the game that provide information about the family and the historical events and characters. Only this time the game gives you the option of playing in HD, provided your monitor and video card can support it. The mini-games in The Rabbit Hole are a mixed bag, and include some of the most common and overused games out there such as Simon or sliding block puzzles. These notes are completely optional and can be skipped if you choose to, but for those interested in the story they do a good job of expanding the narrative. Or does she?

12 thoughts on “Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole Collectors Edition

  1. The Bad Hint system is a little too helpful. The Rabbit Hole plays pretty much identically to its predecessor, featuring a combination of traditional HOG gameplay, fragment object finding, and mini-games. With her help, she must fix the mechanism that enables time travel called the Apollo. There, the player finds the missing Apollo components by fixing these historical events with the help of Abraham Lincoln , Henry Ford and Paul Revere.

  2. A problem is presented early and the player must find a way of solving it by finding and replacing disassembled objects. Clicking these launches a close up shot of the environment crowded with a list of 12 items to find. The Rabbit Hole begins with Jessie face-to-face with a much younger version of herself.

  3. Beautiful visuals. Historical Characters[ edit edit source ] Throughout the journey, the player travels to different locations in time that impacted three historical events; The Gettysburg Address ; Henry Ford 's test drive of the Quadricycle ; and the Boston Tea Party which includes the Green Dragon Tavern , Griffin's Wharf and the tea ship named the Beaver. The results are beautiful, but even without the HD effects turned on, the game looks great.

  4. The Bad Hint system is a little too helpful. Instead, much of the focus story-wise is on Jessie and the Flux family. And what it loses in originality it makes up for with quality, offering a fun adventure that sure to please HOG fans. The Rabbit Hole begins with Jessie face-to-face with a much younger version of herself. Most of the scenes will have you searching for pieces of objects, which, when completed, will be necessary to progress.

  5. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. A problem is presented early and the player must find a way of solving it by finding and replacing disassembled objects. Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. Beautiful visuals.

  6. Along the way the player learns about other members of the family, new historical characters and a greater plan that's in the works. After all, what would the world be like if Henry Ford made watches instead of cars? Only this time the game gives you the option of playing in HD, provided your monitor and video card can support it. But this level of challenge is mitigated greatly by a hint system that recharges incredibly quickly, letting you easily avoid the frustration of getting stuck on a particular object.

  7. Only this time the game gives you the option of playing in HD, provided your monitor and video card can support it. Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. Gameplay[ edit edit source ] There are 12 chapters each containing 3 or more navigation scenes. You can move between the scenes freely and there is no time limit. The mini-games in The Rabbit Hole are a mixed bag, and include some of the most common and overused games out there such as Simon or sliding block puzzles.

  8. The player tries to fix a historical event only to find it slightly changed later. Along the way the player learns about other members of the family, new historical characters and a greater plan that's in the works. The results are beautiful, but even without the HD effects turned on, the game looks great. Once the list is completed the player earns of the items to use in solving a puzzle or mini game.

  9. Most of the scenes will have you searching for pieces of objects, which, when completed, will be necessary to progress. Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. These notes are completely optional and can be skipped if you choose to, but for those interested in the story they do a good job of expanding the narrative. Whilst collector's editions are now common amongst "casual" PC games, The Rabbit Hole is the first such example done in true High Definition. And The Rabbit Hole picks up right where the first game in the series left off, further fleshing out the mystery of the Flux family while offering up a enjoyable blend of hidden object and adventure game.

  10. The mini-games in The Rabbit Hole are a mixed bag, and include some of the most common and overused games out there such as Simon or sliding block puzzles. Along the way the player learns about other members of the family, new historical characters and a greater plan that's in the works. The Rabbit Hole plays pretty much identically to its predecessor, featuring a combination of traditional HOG gameplay, fragment object finding, and mini-games. The main character, Jesse, finds herself stuck in the past face to face with her 6 year old self. Clicking these launches a close up shot of the environment crowded with a list of 12 items to find.

  11. The main character, Jesse, finds herself stuck in the past face to face with her 6 year old self. Unlike it's predecessor, this game includes a large number of the popular hidden object scenes throughout the navigation environments. These notes are completely optional and can be skipped if you choose to, but for those interested in the story they do a good job of expanding the narrative. But there are also some genuinely clever and fun games, such as one that has you actually tapping out a Morse code message.

  12. The Rabbit Hole plays pretty much identically to its predecessor, featuring a combination of traditional HOG gameplay, fragment object finding, and mini-games. Less focus on historical figures. The player must navigate through a variety of scenes solving puzzles to enable them to proceed further into the game. But there are also some genuinely clever and fun games, such as one that has you actually tapping out a Morse code message. Relaxed pace.

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