Amax Interactive brings you the latest spine-tingling addition to the PuppetShow series! When your friend receives a strange letter about her new rare puppet, you rush to help. Upon your arrival you quickly find that these are more than just idle threats when she's kidnapped by a masked maniac! Can you uncover the truth behind the auction of a rare puppet collection and save your friend in time? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
His obsession to make dolls as lifelike as possible cost him nearly everything. It is one of the most beautiful games i have played with class. The voices, outstanding. The HOPs are plentiful, but if you're someone who likes them integrated with other games, they are well balanced. Love the Oriental Flair. PuppetShow is a series I have always liked, and I always look forward to the next installment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by swordlady27 from On the edge of my seat I've played many Puppet Show games. I give it a whole hearted 5 stars. The mini-games were a bit easy but I did enjoy almost all of them that were in the demo. The car in the bonus chapter. The bottom line here is that this is a short game, each chapter has exactly 5 pages in the SG. The puzzle to get into the police station was my undoing.
His obsession to make dolls as lifelike as possible cost him nearly everything. Even though I might have found some things in the game that I did not like, in the end I found it to be a very good game and one that is a buy for me. I really enjoyed the game. The Collector's Edition version has a Morphing Flower in each scene. Without giving anything away, just play it for fun! He was able to craft Porcelain Dolls that were so beautiful, so perfect, that they almost looked real. Once again, this is a story about Dolls, fragile porcelain Dolls, not puppets. Yes, the effort wasn't 'rocket science', but that's why I play games This made me sit in my seat and figure it out. Always play a game for yourself first before making a true decision on something. Absolutely lifelike, so lifelike that many people swore they were real. That being said I did decide to give the demo a try, promising myself I would do so with an open mind as I am predisposed to dislike the interminable series that are simply cookie-cutter games.
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Happy gaming! It's a lot of fun! I couldn't finish the trial version. Didn't particularly follow the Puppet Show series, but I've been loosely following this developer's other works. The bonus chapter has the oriental puppet doll Amelie, Alexander the creator and Marie the mayor on a mini adventure. For me the puzzles MaxJongg to flow well in the game PuppetSho: did not seem to be thrown in simply to extend the gameplay time. I would recommend this game! Date Nevertales: Hidden Doorway Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Unjust Reviews I saw PrettySnails reviews before playing the game and dreaded downloading and playing it, but after playing it for myself, I can not find any reason for such bad reviews. Great graphics as usual, the puzzles are fun, though it's nothing really new. What in the world are people wanting? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fulana from Great game This is a game worth buying. Sadly the voiceovers have not always PuppetShow: Porcelain Smile Collectors Edition the best and those in this Porclain are downright awful, from the wanna-be cowboy voice of Otis to the squeaky high-pitched voice of Dee Dee. Keep up the good work! I thought the mini-games were too easy as well, but the use of Japanese culture in such an odd and anachronistic way was the thing that kept me from being absorbed in the story.
I'm assuming I was supposed to destroy something? Fun game play and some new "twists" throughout. Puppetshow must have given us something special for our fifteenth adventure. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Unjust Reviews I saw the reviews before playing the game and dreaded downloading and playing it, but after playing it for myself, I can not find any reason for such bad reviews. Liked collecting the 26 morphing flowers and the 15 bells for all the puppetshow games including this one. I played the game twice. Love the Oriental Flair. One of the screensavers has the opening scene. It kept me interested with the interactions and many tasks. This one is just as good as I had hoped! It may not be a "real" challenge for some, but it was just right for me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wazoo72 from Entertaining, not Brain Strain I enjoyed playing this game. Didn't particularly follow the Puppet Show series, but I've been loosely following this developer's other works. I thought the scenes and voice overs were unique, there were also many HOS and mini games that I found unique.
IMHO, there is no other developer that creates such beautiful and realistic characters for their games, which is what attracted me back in I love the graphics and story Collecgors. The hops are lovely and the puzzles were relaxing until about the fifth chapter into the bonus chapter and then it had a few I didn't want Clolectors do. I finished the main game, and I can't find how to get into the bonus game, as there is no mention of the bonus game in the main menu. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by frantic from Beautiful Game I actually loved the demo PuppetShow: Porcelain Smile Collectors Edition just bought the game. Jewel Match Royale always, please try the demo to see if Puppet Show Porcelain Smile will be a game you enjoy. It's a medium-level game. I played the PuppeetShow: twice. The Collector's Edition version has a Morphing Flower in each scene. Happy gaming!
The HOPs themselves don't have collectibles. I played the game twice. Some games are easy, some are more challenging, none have been really hard so far. Didn't particularly follow the Puppet Show series, but I've been loosely following this developer's other works. The Mini-Games were downright insulting, at times they were nothing more than fillers used to make people believe this game wasn't as short, but it is a short game. I wished the walkthrough had included how to get the achievements though, because I missed the one called "relieve stress" and I have no idea where'how to clear that one. As it turned out, even though there are some things I dislike about the game, I found myself involved in the storyline and the gameplay. The Collector's Edition version has 15 Wallpapers each one has several pictures of each character, I want pics of the scene, not character cover shots?? I can see where it would be too easy for the experts but it was just right for me. The music has a nice style, the challenge and the story is unique. Although Porcelain Smile is far from the best game in the Puppet Show series, I found it enjoyable and one worth adding to my gaming library. The bells have a description of the games.