Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition

Every night you have the same nightmare. You see children wandering through a maze, crying for help. These sleepless nights are ruining your waking life. To stop them, you must return to Sullivan River Summer Camp to uncover what happened during that long-forgotten summer. Beware though, this camp isn't all that it seems. With every step, you can feel eyes watching you. Reveal the secret of the ancient labyrinth in this eerie Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

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Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collector's Edition

If the inventory panel is not displayed when you need to use it, move your mouse around the bottom of the screen to activate it. I liked that the puzzles where very logical for the most part and the HOS were fun and challenging too. Click on a location to move to it. In a campground style cartoon map, the type given at at state parks, the gamer can jump anywhere already visited. I live for mini-game. So far I like it better then its counterparts As For Bonus Time: Exactly one 1 hour for me. Completing a task in an story scene triggers a hidden object scene or a puzzle. Crossing my fingers the 4th will be the best. There is a jump map and an excellent SG. Play the demo; if you like it, then it is worth buying as it only gets better. This also does start off from where you left off in the main game however opens up to all new locations. Excellent job, DM.

The graphics, HOS, music, voice overs along with the story being told. Collecting the scout badges trophies is a nice touch. Nicely arranged, not junk-pile style. Extremely well put together and executed. It only took half an hour playing to decide to buy. I live for mini-game. Date published: Try it, I'm sure you'll love it too! Horrifying surprises abound as you go through the camp, making it even more fun to play. Enjoyable game to relay and play. Completing a hidden object scene or puzzle earns more objects for your inventory. There are so many places to explore that the interactive map sure is handy. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from: casual, advanced and hard mode. Such a pleasure. Storyline: I liked it a lot, you wanted to know what happens next.


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In puzzles, click Info at the bottom right to see instructions. Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition, this game has very close attention to detail and feels like a "complete" game. Also a lot of places to go and things to do. This would also be why I can say the main game does have a satisfactory ending to it cause it's something I never thought about while playing the Sullifan and even when I reached the end of it before starting the bonus. It is a logical apart Reincarnations: Uncover the Past the obvius Suspend Belief we all have to employ in these games and well thought out game that Maez: perfect sense regarding tasks, items and objects and the emplying of said items, and Ediion beautifully. There are so many places to explore that the interactive map sure is handy. I sure enjoyed every bit of that total 6 hours of game play. Found items are stored in the Inventory at the bottom of the screen. I really was so impressed by this game I wanted to come back and review it. Good balance of interactive HOS, entertaining mini games, not too hard, but very enjoyable and some are brand new! Keep up the good work. As for HOS only 6 scenes. This is Sabls far the best. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by KelseyCO from A Really Great Game I had the chance to play this in beta trial and I couldn't wait for the complete game to come out, I was very hooked from the beta trial, I like the puzzles and the mystery Collectkrs the whole story, it is Editkon suspensful in many places, and I especially like the surprises you get by some of the characters.

I was so happy to have found this fun and clever game after a long spell without finding anything to catch my interest. Great Game after a long dry spell This review is based on game play in expert mode. I sure enjoyed every bit of that total 6 hours of game play. The characters are great and bring their own surprises in the story. I hope this makes sense and does not appear contradictory. No sparkles but does show black bar tips up at the top of the screen. Great graphics, immersive atmosphere, sound very appropriate. All found by word list and are interactive. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. Click on a location to move to it. Storyline: I liked it a lot, you wanted to know what happens next. Extremely well put together and executed. Some inventory objects work in pairs and are available for use only when both parts have been found. This also does start off from where you left off in the main game however opens up to all new locations. Music does improve as you go on.

Highly recommended! Ecition cut scenes are very well made, with actors and drive the storyline well. The locations are exciting, with lots to do. Over all I really like this game and I will be buying it right away. Puzzles: Some of the same seen in many games such as rotate rings however Snackjack across a few different ones I've never seen before anyway.


This would also be why I can say the main game does have a satisfactory ending to it cause it's something I never thought about while playing the game and even when I reached the end of it before starting the bonus. Nicely arranged, not junk-pile style. HOS hidden object scenes : I counted 22 scenes for the main game. But you can change the difficulty. If the inventory panel is not displayed when you need to use it, move your mouse around the bottom of the screen to activate it. I shut it off. Hints are unlimited in story and hidden object scenes. Very very good storyline that keeps you glued to your chair till you've finished the game. It has a very spooky ambience and gave me quite a start more than a few times. My overall impression: Wow! I was so happy to have found this fun and clever game after a long spell without finding anything to catch my interest. Three difficulty levels. Keep up the good work. Extremely well put together and executed.

14 thoughts on “Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition

  1. Another nice touch- Items meant for combination with future items to form a final piece were locked out until they were complete. Items stay in the Inventory until they are used. Cutscenes very well made and appealing will hold you in this game. Collecting the scout badges trophies is a nice touch.

  2. Allthe mechanics, graphics and voiceovers are fantastic. In story scenes you collect items to use in tasks now or later. Horrifying surprises abound as you go through the camp, making it even more fun to play. Such eerie and creepy sound effects and music.

  3. Completing a hidden object scene or puzzle earns more objects for your inventory. Storyline: I liked it a lot, you wanted to know what happens next. I played on the hardest level and found that to be perfect!

  4. Very detailed graphics and challenging gameplay. The graphics, HOS, music, voice overs along with the story being told. Music does improve as you go on. Thanks so much Big Fish and developer for an awesome game here. Click the Hint button at the bottom right of the screen, but you may need to wait for the button to recharge.

  5. So far I like it better then its counterparts There are awards, trophies and badges galore to be won throughout for achieving different things. Excellent job, DM. The locations are exciting, with lots to do. I played on the hardest level and found that to be perfect!

  6. The plot is an entertaining mash-up of a fable-creature-ghost story. This one is excellent! All other CE content typical.

  7. Most scenes were used very well, meaning they weren't just walk-throughs, and there were good variety of areas campground, waterfall, labyrinth, Nice touch. No sparkles but does show black bar tips up at the top of the screen.

  8. However, I needed it very seldom as the hint button is as helpful as it is possible to be. In puzzles, click Info at the bottom right to see instructions. Great graphics, nice game length, great storyline!

  9. Extremely well put together and executed. As for HOS only 6 scenes. I just finished playing this game and had about 6 hours of great fun! Storyline: I liked it a lot, you wanted to know what happens next. There are so many places to explore that the interactive map sure is handy.

  10. Highly recommended! Either games could not resist constantly glinting, squinting, and hinting, incessantly, there wasn't anything interesting going on, or the interface was obnoxious. Music does improve as you go on. Storyline: I liked it a lot, you wanted to know what happens next.

  11. Would have been nice. Not much comes and goes, found objects are used soon. The main game here took me exactly 5 hours. And so many things going on at once; either a good memory or pen and paper would come in handy. Click the Hint button at the bottom right of the screen, but you may need to wait for the button to recharge.

  12. There are awards, trophies and badges galore to be won throughout for achieving different things. The plot is an entertaining mash-up of a fable-creature-ghost story. The bonus play gets even prettier. The characters are great and bring their own surprises in the story. As For Bonus Time: Exactly one 1 hour for me.

  13. In a campground style cartoon map, the type given at at state parks, the gamer can jump anywhere already visited. Who should meet you but one of the kids who disappeared in a labyrinth and needs your help. Another nice touch- Items meant for combination with future items to form a final piece were locked out until they were complete. Not much comes and goes, found objects are used soon. Highly recommended!

  14. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from: casual, advanced and hard mode. Items stay in the Inventory until they are used. This also does start off from where you left off in the main game however opens up to all new locations. The Map, next to the Journal, shows locations you've completed and scenes where tasks need to be finished. Enjoyable game to relay and play.

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