Unravel the mystery of your father’s death and brother’s bizarre disappearance in Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen! Your father was a famous movie director who liked to invent elaborate locks and devices. A mysterious villain demands you track down the pieces to his greatest – and perhaps most deadly – invention of all time! If you don’t, your brother will suffer the same fate as your father. Return to the family Art Deco mansion and golden era movie backlots to look for clues about a past you never knew your father had – and the dark secrets behind the villain’s quest for his deadly invention. In this Collector’s Edition, play the bonus game to see how far the villain is willing to go – and how deep your father’s secrets are – as you explore the sets of some of his greatest movies of all time. Can you find out who the villain is and stop her before the final cut? Get other exclusive extras in this Collector’s Edition that you won’t find in the standard version, including:
Neat having a map, but disliked being unable to jump to places, would have been easier than going from one side of the mansion to the other and then back to the original side. I enjoyed everything about this game. The journals and maps are artistically drawn and super-helpful because puzzles often reference clues you got a long time before, which makes the game rich and complex. Completed-This is one of my all time favorites. Absolutely loved this HOPA!! Twenty years later, Morton has been murdered and your brother Frederick has been kidnapped by a mad man who demands that you find all pieces of the movie projector if your brother is to live! The story and artwork draw you into the story for a very enjoyable game to while away one's spare hours HO scenes are fairly easy, only had to use the hint a couple times. The Hidden Object Scenes are interactive list finds that can be difficult because of the muddled graphics, and some of the Hidden Object Scenes are repeated in the same place. The HO scenes were hard for me, but I didn't mind. Done in Art Deco style which I love. The story is interesting; the characters also. I played in Expert. The SE was a complete story with satisfactory ending, but if I'd known how much I'd like this game, I probably would have sprung for the CE just to get some extra gameplay. This is one of the very few games that I will play again.This game has an actual plot that makes sense and the things you do make sense. I have played many games, this is one I will play more than once. And the twists are something I'll never forget. Neat having a map, but disliked being unable to jump to places, would have been easier than going from one side of the mansion to the other and then back to the original side. You play the sister looking for her brother whom went missing after the death of their father. The music and settings are, however they are not of the scary kind rather the mysterious kind. This was a fabulous game! Date published: Fairy long game. I highly recommend every game in this series. Great story with twists and turns. The hint system is also appreciated for providing directions without spoilers. The story is interesting; the characters also. That really made the game for me.
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You weren't doing a hidden object ever 3 seconds. Excellent Game Everything about this game was really good. I also loved the fact that the hint button not only charge rather quickly but Finall gave true hints, Collectorrs if there was nothing to do in the scene it would leave you to an area where there was something all without taking away your hint. Thoroughly enjoyed playing and will play over again to earn more Achievements. It doesn't transport but I never minded walking through the beautiful mansion and interesting movie studio, because I knew where I thd to go do something. I was sad when it was over. The music and settings are, however they are not of the scary kind rather the mysterious kind. Great story with twists and turns. Excellent game and definitely a must buy. This was a fabulous game! I highly recommend this game. My only 'con' would be that most of the puzzles Deth a little too easy. Thank you to the developers for such Charma: The Land of Enchantment enjoyable game to play. There were no idol head Battle Slots and the game flows logically through each scene.
The hint button is useful and there is a skip button for the mini games. While it did have a map, I found myself not really needing the map much. Looking forward to more games! I hope that they make a sequel. Looking forward to the sequel. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by An0therW0rld from On the trail for projector parts Great story with twists and turns. The journals and maps are artistically drawn and super-helpful because puzzles often reference clues you got a long time before, which makes the game rich and complex. I would definitely recommend this game and the others in the series! The "real" characters are well done with very good voiceovers. My only 'con' would be that most of the puzzles were a little too easy. The HOS are just the right amount of challenging and the puzzles are very clever. Each puzzle and HOG were superbly done. Plenty of 'pros' though, including, fantastic atmosphere can't beat the rain for that ; wonderful artwork encompassing 50's design; 3 collectibles of photos, cards and turning on lights, albeit I did not get all of them in all 3 groups; achievements are mostly 'silly' ones - but I like the humour in that. Luckily there is a sequel to this game.
Neat having the different parts of your journal including your fathers notes from 20 years ago to give you more of a complete picture of what he was like, as a father and as a world famous movie director. You will smile, laugh out load or cry whilst reading haha! Above average graphics and VO. And you don't have to by the CE to enjoy a great game. Bravo Developers and BFG! My only 'con' would be that most of the puzzles were a little too easy. The graphics are high quality, the music award winning, and the acting and voice overs are fabulous. It has a great Cuy: of HOS and puzzles, beautiful graphics, and a highly engaging storyline. Its not cartoon in appearance or sound. Ancient TriJong Mini games are usually in the form of intricate locks that Morton has invented. The Collector's Edition also has Achievements to earn. The scenes are dynamic, colourful and rich. Even the family Edjtion has an important part. This movie mogul was guilty of two things, he cheated on his wife, and he invented a movie projector that makes people go stark raving mad!
Without skipping the main part took me about 3 hours. It has a great balance of HOS and puzzles, beautiful graphics, and a highly engaging storyline. The journal was very in depth and the story unraveled nicely. I liked the attention to detail throughout the whole game. You play the sister looking for her brother whom went missing after the death of their father. He knew this device was evil, so he took it apart and hid all the pieces around his mansion. The story is interesting; the characters also. Great story with twists and turns. It's a bit of a darker game, but not in terms of characters. I love the Final cut series, this first episode is my favorite, however I'm not a fan of the muddled gold and brown graphics that to me is unimpressive. The narration and character development are thoughtful and surprisingly nuanced for a video game. Luckily there is a sequel to this game. There are 2 game modes. My only 'con' would be that most of the puzzles were a little too easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kahfess from Fun Fun Fun I found this game to be very enjoyable for several reasons; the first that the graphics were very nicely done and the story line actually made sense.