Cadenza: Fame, Theft and Murder

Mad Head Games, creators of the innovative Rite of Passage and Nevertales brands, brings you a rockin' new thriller in the Cadenza series! It's the height of the Fabulous Fifties in your hometown of Las Vegas, and life is good! Rock n' roll is king, and you're the new king of rock n' roll. You’re on top of the world! But you come tumbling down hard when a stranger crashes your concert and swaps places with you. Trapped in a strange body, wanted for murder, and on the run from the police, you're in a race against time to get your life back before the clock runs out! Can you reclaim your rock n' roll throne, or will this be your final encore? Find out in this hip hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Solution T. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugirl from Very interesting Interesting storyline, I really enjoyed this, finishing in just 2 sessions. A Rock'n'Roll game from the Fifties is about as cool as it can get at Big Fish: drive-in diners, the first Sputnik satellite, skyrocketing television, tailfin cars, flashing amusement parks, ice cream parlours and naturally Rock concerts, screaming girls with pony-tails, beatniks with Buddy Holly-glasses … we get it all. Plot a bit thin, but music great. Open the drawer. Date published: However, I found the controls often went glitchy throughout the game, requiring weirdly precise placement of one object on another to make it work. I liked the music for the most part and the voice acting was also top notch. Very simplistic but fun. Move the objects. The story line was one we've seen before I'm sure, but I thoroughly enjoyed the way this game was written and acted out. The artwork is fantastic. The hidden objects and mini games within the game are more challenging and interesting and very clever.

Open the coat. Return to the Park. However the Collector's Edition has so many nice extras, and the bonus chapter is surpisingly interesting to play, I'd recommend in this case the CE. Return to the Diner. They have the typical dirty, slack guitar, Rock percussion with hi-hats, there are some electric blues tunes with traces of Gershwin The hidden objects and mini games within the game are more challenging and interesting and very clever. To me, that was a great feature -- you didn't have to worry about traveling back and forth all over creation. Although, I was a tiny bit disappointed with the music. Open the gate; speak to the character. The puzzles are fun and not too challenging, the plot had an interesting premise and twist, and in addition, the plot was suspenseful enough that I wanted to find out what was going to happen next. Way to go Mad Head and keep them coming! Read my respective review if you want to know more. The HOPs were creative and different and I really liked the storyline. I played on expert mode, which disables tutorials, hint, and skip, but helpful messages remain, and are plenty of guidance to progress without any help. Move the pillow.


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It's by no Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies bad, but not as stellar as it could Again, the graphics are so amazing. They have the typical dirty, slack guitar, Rock percussion with hi-hats, there are some electric blues tunes with traces of Gershwin Drive forward. I mean, it's fantasy, and none of it really applies to the logical world. A good choice, the bonus chapter is worth it. Press F. Select Q 2x. They are producing great quality games as of late! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lindaloo27 from Great game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugirl from Very interesting Interesting storyline, I really enjoyed this, finishing in Cadenza: Fame 2 sessions. Select P. Walk forward.

It was a lot of fun and I thought the graphics were great. No way to plug in the amplifier. I never have this problem with the Mad Head games. As for the unlikely story with body exchange and such: I don't see much difference to the first Cadenza where a magical tune hypnotized the whole audience. Interact with the dog. The HOPs are varied and tiered on multiple levels, combining interactions with finding objects based on silhouettes or objects highlighted in red as part of the story narrative. Return to the Diner. Take S. A Rock'n'Roll game from the Fifties is about as cool as it can get at Big Fish: drive-in diners, the first Sputnik satellite, skyrocketing television, tailfin cars, flashing amusement parks, ice cream parlours and naturally Rock concerts, screaming girls with pony-tails, beatniks with Buddy Holly-glasses … we get it all. I even looked up an online walk-through with pictures, which just confirmed that I was doing the right thing. The hidden objects and mini games within the game are more challenging and interesting and very clever. With Mad Head there seems to be more mature real life storylines. The artwork is fantastic.

Fake and take H. However the Collector's Edition has so many nice extras, Cadenza: Fame the bonus chapter is surpisingly interesting to play, I'd recommend Delicious: Emilys Message in a Bottle Collectors Edition this case the CE. Everything is in high def, sharp, clear. Theft and Murder in all I still Cadenz: it 4 stars as on balance I enjoyed it and the bonus chapter almost made up for the short length. Solution X. Place the SAX V. The story line was one we've seen before I'm sure, but I thoroughly enjoyed the way this game was written and acted out. They have the typical dirty, slack guitar, Rock percussion with hi-hats, there are some electric blues tunes with traces of Gershwin Open and enter the car. Select Mad Mouse MN. Solution T.


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Cadenza: Fame, Theft and Murder (Part 11): Benjamin's Yacht

A Rock'n'Roll game from the Fifties is about as cool as it can get at Big Fish: drive-in diners, the first Sputnik satellite, skyrocketing television, tailfin cars, flashing amusement parks, ice cream parlours and naturally Rock concerts, screaming girls with pony-tails, beatniks with Buddy Holly-glasses … we get it all. Select D. Fairytales and goblins. Select arrows M , N. Again, the graphics are so amazing. If only the music would be as inspired as the HOPs I never got bored even once. Because these are brilliant, made with care and amusing to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lindaloo27 from Great game! Interact with the dog. Date published: At times they even became so monotonous that I turned them off. Return to the Park. As for the unlikely story with body exchange and such: I don't see much difference to the first Cadenza where a magical tune hypnotized the whole audience.

13 thoughts on “Cadenza: Fame, Theft and Murder

  1. Return to the Diner. Varied, challenging and all perfectly integrated into the story. However the Collector's Edition has so many nice extras, and the bonus chapter is surpisingly interesting to play, I'd recommend in this case the CE. Move the curtains.

  2. They are producing great quality games as of late! I never have this problem with the Mad Head games. All in all I still gave it 4 stars as on balance I enjoyed it and the bonus chapter almost made up for the short length. The story of the Standard Edition ends conclusive.

  3. I played on expert mode, which disables tutorials, hint, and skip, but helpful messages remain, and are plenty of guidance to progress without any help. My review is based on the completed game, not just a five or ten minute demo play. Walk down. Select the knob.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lindaloo27 from Great game! The puzzles are mostly easy, but that's OK with me, as it makes for a fun gaming experience. Select the visor. My review is based on the completed game, not just a five or ten minute demo play.

  5. Even the video cut scenes are fantastic and high def throughout. Overall there seems to be better graphics and storylines. Because these are brilliant, made with care and amusing to play. Move the curtains.

  6. Any sound producer surely would leap at this unique occasion, I thought, would be eager and anxious to rock our computers with this sound. Rated 5 out of 5 by katnap from I really enjoyed this game One thing Madhead usually does well is great characters. The story line was one we've seen before I'm sure, but I thoroughly enjoyed the way this game was written and acted out. My review is based on the completed game, not just a five or ten minute demo play.

  7. Select arrows M , N. Even the video cut scenes are fantastic and high def throughout. Select the knob.

  8. Return to the Tour Bus. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from a good HO game another great game in the series. A good choice, the bonus chapter is worth it.

  9. A Rock'n'Roll game from the Fifties is about as cool as it can get at Big Fish: drive-in diners, the first Sputnik satellite, skyrocketing television, tailfin cars, flashing amusement parks, ice cream parlours and naturally Rock concerts, screaming girls with pony-tails, beatniks with Buddy Holly-glasses … we get it all. The hidden objects and mini games within the game are more challenging and interesting and very clever. Select and take H. Interact with the dog.

  10. Open the drawer. Solution P. Place P. Select the visor. I was a bit undecided and waited for the Standard Edition — but then bought nevertheless the CE.

  11. Return to the Bedroom. They are producing great quality games as of late! I even looked up an online walk-through with pictures, which just confirmed that I was doing the right thing.

  12. Walk forward. The voiceover actors are good and match the characters they play. Slide the button and remove the cover G. Select the statue, rotate and remove the panel. Way to go Mad Head and keep them coming!

  13. Walk forward. Select arrows M , N. My review is based on the completed game, not just a five or ten minute demo play.

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