From Eipix Entertainment, the studio that brought you Dead Reckoning and Final Cut, invites you to step into the spotlight of the latest Danse Macabre! Ruth Fisher is the up-and-coming star of a popular figure skating show, but her final dress rehearsal is cancelled after her biggest fan drops dead. He was trying to warn Ruth, but about what? Who would want to kill a fan? Is Ruth really in danger? You’ll need to use all of your deductive skills to investigate the scenes and uncover the true threat, before Ruth Fisher’s opening night becomes her final performance in this chilling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!There is a lock-able Inventory section. One of them had just gotten out of bed and he even had a bedhead! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from an ice skating show gone bad you have been summoned to help find out why the biggest fan of ruth,a man who was there to warn her of how much danger she was in, the star of the ice skating show has been killed. I think the story line was The HOS are too easy and not interesting. Perhaps the only disappointment I had was in the graphics. While the game is still fairly fun and the story is exciting, more work definitely needs to be done on the visuals and the gameplay. Great Jump map, morphing objects, collect snow globes or are they crystal balls? Other reviewers gave much more detailed info. Everything from shadow, to association, to lists and others as well. Here, I think the CE is a good deal. Sound fx were very well-done too. My biggest complaint with this game, is that the graphics are all that great, I don't recall the other Danse Macabre games having this poor of graphics.
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Perfect length, actually a tiny bit long for me but not once did I wish it would just end like some games while they may be great I think they make them last 20 hours so you think you are getting your moneys worth. The storyline was ho-hum but I never really care about the story. Nor did I get my personal 'wow' factor at the end of the demo. If you're a mystery fan or just a fan of the series, I think you Danse Macabre: Thin Ice enjoy this Governor of Poker. Based on the beta, CE and SE demos An ice scuplture, no matter how stunningly beautiful and admired, can also be THAT lifelike. I read text much faster than the narration speaks. Never anything dull and boring I've also played the Amarathine and Final Cut games and enjoy those as well. Still, it makes for a more value in a game. But when I saw the first screen, I wondered how I had ever forgotten. The graphics are I couldn't stop playing it -- taking an entire afternoon to finish it. This game Dolphin Dice Slots a whodunit- you arrive and a skating show is about to take place and you get a warning that something is Mad Mouse from the star skater's favorite fan, who winds up dead.
It was consistent and held my attention throughout the game. Besides a map shows where you are and where available objectives are - I like that it shows MORE than 1 available objective area at a time , there is an Evidence Board. Life intervened, days passed, and I just played the next game down the road. This was a pretty good game. Didn't need Hint much but it was only 10 second wait for it. Rated 5 out of 5 by CourageAngel from Crime on Ice We are called to keep a "crazy fan" away from the star performer, Ruth. Voice overs were well done, effects perfect and the music went along with the action in the scene. Also, the Evidence Board was almost on top of the Map and clicking the wrong one was a problem throughout the game play. Instead, I could only skip the whole conversation. One thing that has been our main concern for Eipix for quite some time is the straightforwardness of the gameplay. Great Jump map, morphing objects, collect snow globes or are they crystal balls? Life intervened, days passed, and I just played the next game down the road.
I Matchmension: House of Mist let you find out about it on your own. I recommend this one! Can you solve the case before they get away? In this series:. Life intervened, days passed, and I just played the next game down the road. The graphics in Thin Ice are pretty sloppy compared to Maacabre: in its predecessors, very cartoony and murky. I couldn't tell you
It was consistent and held my attention throughout the game. A must have for fans of this series!!! Based on the beta, CE and SE demos An ice scuplture, no matter how stunningly beautiful and admired, can also be And the one just stands there and lets it happen. Seamless, understandable game play made it unneeded, a real plus. I have to admit some were pretty simple while others were somewhat more challenging. In a word? Here's an annoyance. Really got a kick out of that. Really got a kick out of that. Nor did I get my personal 'wow' factor at the end of the demo. Besides a map shows where you are and where available objectives are - I like that it shows MORE than 1 available objective area at a time , there is an Evidence Board. Instead, I could only skip the whole conversation. This 4th installment is my favorite.
Still, it makes for a more value in a game. Additionally, the scenes are unnecessary bright, which bothered us quite a bit. I played on Custom mode, which I loved. One of them had just gotten out of bed and he even had a bedhead! So that was annoying, but it was the only thing that was annoying. This modern "whodunnit" sends obvious signals that the "obvious" does NOT lead you to the obvious culprit. And hey, they had a mahjong puzzle! So cool. Everything from shadow, to association, to lists and others as well. The adventure is limp, and the story is exactly the same as previous games in this series simply plopped down in a different setting. It was a quick game - 5. I turned it all the way down. Once again you have an electronic but slightly archaic Evidence Board that keeps track of information on each suspect you meet and any important information you find during your investigation. I say buy the CE, but certainly the SE would be fun, too. Is someone threatening the star skater?