Eipix Entertainment proudly invites you to go behind the scenes for another installment in the Final Cut brand. Your friend, Bernard, contacted you with an urgent cry for help... He's been investigating dirty dealings between two rival movie studios and suspects the film feud may soon turn deadly. But when you arrive to help him, you find that tragedy has already struck – your friend is dead. Follow the clues he left behind to continue his investigation and avenge his death. But stay on your guard – not everyone is who they seem in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game... including you!
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The graphics are well-done as is the usual Chick Chick Chicky for this developer. The two minigames I found were fun, though easy. Since Artifex Mundi jacked up their prices I was forced to BF for my gaming needs and found Eipix to be a far better game dev as a nice surprise. Collect a candy cane and you can play an additional HOP scene. I like everything Elven Legend 7: The New Generation this game! This is definitely not the best game this developer has produced nor the worst. The best part is the art, is very well done, composition is supreme and nice to look at. So some of my least favorite have been bought because of the "great review". It is unique! I don't think I can wait for a good sale for this one. The puzzles in the demo include matching puzzles, and a maze puzzle. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Meganthedog from Very slick I've loved this series. Sad to see the end but as the saying goes - always leave your public wanting more.
Scene 4. I hate to see this series end. I thought the puzzles were creative and varied. Puzzles are easy to moderate, adventure level is decent. I write very few reviews but read them all. I am very pleased with this last game in this series as it is original enough to make it interesting and yet still familiar enough to make it doable without hints and just an occasional check of the guide. Rated 5 out of 5 by debfeb from Great Game! The puzzles flow with the game. Reproduce a pattern on the face in the photo you just brought into focus. This is a big step for these casual adventures and I hope they keep it up! The puzzles range from easy to head bangers which you can skip if needed, they take the tired games from this genre and give them fresh twists, and add in lots of totally new ones. The best part is the art, is very well done, composition is supreme and nice to look at. Single characters in areas are when it's needed. Better than most, though.
Multi-step scene. Verified Purchase Another superb game from Eipix working under BF umbrella, I love these devs, they are so excited to make their games and you can tell from the funny xtra movie clip, lush artworkusing employees for avatars Hidden Object Adventures: Storage Smackdown credit humor. It's my new favorite game. You get the usual collectibles, a bonus chapter, achievements, replayable movies, and all the art and music. I love the time period. It is Editino Best of all, you get replayable puzzles, and not just for this game. Excellent production values, great setting, mystery with twist ending, good CE bling, and last of its kind.
The music is ok--by that I mean that it's not so annoying that I had to turn it off. One problem--leaving the HOP scenes unexpectedly. Sometimes it's important to know when to end a series, and I think the Final Cut series should have ended 2 games ago after "True Escapade". The HOP scenes are varied and most are multi-step scenes. After that, you must outline various images on the pictures. Scene 5. As always, demo if you're not sure. Verified Purchase Another superb game from Eipix working under BF umbrella, I love these devs, they are so excited to make their games and you can tell from the funny xtra movie clip, lush artwork , using employees for avatars and credit humor. There's such a lot to enjoy, just play it. I love the time period. The mini-games are creative as well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lbtgam from Bravo Eipix!!!!!!!!!! Adjust camera lens to adjust a photo so that it is in focus using 3 lens adjustments.
Many scenes had areas that look like you could interact with them, but you couldn't. The mini-games are creative as well. Also, there is a place where a character tells you "you can't come in here," and then proceeds to watch you while you break into some object right in front of him. The art is bright, clear and beautiful. As it turns out, it allows several twists and turns to the story, plus a surprise ending. They become more difficult as you play into the game. So some of my least favorite have been bought because of the "great review". The story you can get elsewhere, but I like the gadget that lets you assume someone else's appearance. I certainly don't want to diminish anybody's enjoyment of this game, but when I compare it to older, more well-crafted games, it seems less special verging on the mundane. So I keep bouncing out by accident. I have been a member for about five years, and, like many of you, have seen the progress from then until now. You can only zoom in HO puzzles and it only holds until you find an object then auto zooms out, so you have to keep reapplying it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from 5 stars!
For example, your first goal is to meet up with Bernard, but then you kinda don't really you'll see. As always, demo if you're not sure. Silhouette scene. The animations for actors are very lifelike, no wooden features and lip synced to english. Music is orchestrated and good tho I wish they would cycle the main tune more as it can grate. Rated 5 out of 5 by debfeb from Great Game! Thank you very much and I wish a Happy, Happy Holiday to all of you who had a hand in it! In some scenes you must locate items and interact with the scenes to locate additional items. I suppose it is adventure orientated rather than hidden object although the HOs did have the morphs which I love. I always looked forward to this one because it's fabulous. Mini-HOP scene. The puzzles flow with the game. ACT 1: Demo shots A. That's the mark of a great game.