From the developers who brought you Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian The Hope Diamond… …Eipix’s dramatic continuation of the Final Cut story line! A serial killer calling himself “the Director” has targeted your father’s movie legacy for his magnum opus, and he’s cast you in the starring role. Your father’s projector appears again as a game-play feature, allowing you to switch between real-life scenes and the Director’s movie sets. Save your family from certain death as the Director tries to immortalize them as works of “art.” Beat him at his game of cat-and-mouse. And uncover the Director’s true identity before the final credits roll!
Afterall an absolute Eipix winner and the best game in until today! The level of challenge is quite ok. The mini-games are clever and fun. Many require more than one step. Place the COG on the mechanism for a puzzle. Touch the Hotel address J and exit the car once it stops. Wolfs most famous films, starting with your house, he is using the projector that makes reality into fantasy, making whoever looks at the projector believe they are indeed a pirate or whatever the projector is playing. Not really sure why, but I love seeing how the game comes to light, the people responsible, it's geeky cool! Clapboards are well-blended into their surroundings. Silhouette progressive HOS as well as lists; objects are very well hidden but with good visibility. Its image is shown in the lower left corner. This game was developed with a twisted mind but , OH so good. There are also 15 morphing items that also have an icon that shows up -- I found one in a HOS.
VideoFinal Cut 3: Homage [CE] Walkthrough /W Geekmeister (Full Game)
We have a diary that contains our notes and objectives as well as a map that we find early in the game. In this series:. I have already pushed the buy button and now am waiting for the complete download. Go up the steps to the Bedroom crypt. Everything you want in a game and more. Solution Z. The HOPs constitute another game, because you can play them to achieve perfect scores no hints, getting the morph and time and accuracy scores, expressed as up to 3 crowns, and there is an achievement for that as well. There is also the "making of" feature which in previous EIPIX games was about 50 pictures of the developers at work - and play. Return to the Study. There were gorgeous scenes throughout the game yet they dont use those as wallpapers. Use the buttons Y to move the needle left and right without hitting any of the grooves. Enter the Darkroom M. I love the voiceovers and the creepy voice of our serial killer who taunts us throughout our adventure.
Take the photo fragment P. Plus, there are 49 clapperboards well-hidden in each scene, but I love the fact that an icon shows if you've found the one in that scene yet or not. Very nifty. The graphics are excellent with the same art deco design and scenery of the two previous games in the series. There weren't much games beside the popular MCF franchise, that were that great! In previous games, there was one additional item to be collected in each room, that gave you a final picture of what you'd accomplished -- fun and easy to do. I love the voiceovers and the creepy voice of our serial killer who taunts us throughout our adventure. Walk down twice. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Super Game I think this game was deff worth owning the collectors edition. Solution I. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from Lights, Camera, Action — An Awesome Final Cut and Well Worth the Wait Final Cut Homage is the third game in the series and in this offering we are on the tail of a serial killer who is obsessed with our father and his films and who as such is after our family. Wonderful job Eipix team! I LOVED the bonus of being able to go behind the scenes and play a mini game to feel like your a game developer. The remainder of the CE content is standard fare with nothing exceptional in the package.
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The production in this third game is especially high in Solitaire Detective 2: Accidental Witness, the graphics are awesome with crisp and sharp quality. There are many persons you've already seen in FC 1 and 2 back in this third part. The hidden object scenes are very fun to play, there are morphing objects to look for. You receive the DIME. I personally prefer to sweat it out and go in totally blind which makes the game truly challenging. You play Ms. I love Eipix and their flagship series Final Cut, but this third installment Final Cut: Homage even better, than Mahjong Secrets highest expectations. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Final Cut: Homage Nilosh from Standing Ovation For This One Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian : The Hope Diamond is by far one of my favorite games and now one of my Cursed House 2 developers has returned with the continuation of the Final Cut storyline. There are new puzzles, very different types of HO's. Final Cut: homage has a satisfying length of roughly 4 hours for fast players and a rock-solid Bonus Chapter. In previous games, there was one additional item to be collected in each room, that gave you a final picture of what you'd accomplished -- fun and easy to do. Take the photo fragment P. Solution V. Everything you want in a game and more.
Amazing graphics and detail. The HOS are a mixture of interactive list finds and finding the items that match the silhouetted shapes, but, each HOS has a place to zoom into for yet another window sized hidden object scene for even more finds! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from Lights, Camera, Action — An Awesome Final Cut and Well Worth the Wait Final Cut Homage is the third game in the series and in this offering we are on the tail of a serial killer who is obsessed with our father and his films and who as such is after our family. So for those of you who got hypnotized and bought the game , enjoy enjoy!! The level of challenge is quite ok. Walk down twice. He knows always what you do and follows you, while you try to save your family members in time, and talks some crazy nonsense about art makes immortal. At one stage all you can see of a person supposedly in full view is his forearm gesticulating in synch with his voiceover. Solution: 1, 2, 3, 1, 4, 5, 6, 3, 7. Enter the Darkroom M. There are new puzzles, very different types of HO's. In some areas you are thrown back to a different surrounding yet still on the same screen.
Open the box for a HOP. Return to the Catwalk. Play the HOP O. Likewise the morphing objects 15 can be found in the HOPs, and an indicator shows if you have found it or not. I played the previous two adventures as SEs, but this one is so special I will have Fishjong purchase the Hkmage.