Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collectors Edition

Eipix proudly presents the next installment of the popular Dead Reckoning series. Beloved celebrity Johnny Abilli has been murdered at the Broadbeach Resort in Florida, sparking a media frenzy. You've been called in to crack the case. What starts out as a simple investigation quickly leads down a road filled with deception and heartache. Fame is more than just a game. Will you have better odds than the victim? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure.

I enjoyed this game so much I even played the extra's when I was done! I like it when they enlarge the collectible before it zooms away. If you choose to use hints, you are able to quickly hop to that area so that saves some time. This game is defiantly a keeper and goes to the near top of my to buy list. Story line was great with really nice flow to the game. I liked the storyline when I started, but soon interest began to wane and if I didn't know immediately what I was doing, I would hit the hint just to move along. Now we get Broadbeach Cove and this game although totally different in style is the equal to Brassfield in substance. I look forward to future installments in the Dead Reckoning series. Love the opening sequence before you get to the front page. The hidden object sections are nicely done and there is variety in the offerings. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bayley60 from Great game. Johnny Abilli was a player, he loved gambling and he loved women, he loved living his life on the edge, the riskier the better. There is not much to say other than the game was baked using the same cookie cutter molds that are familiar from this game developer. At one time their games were unique but now they are much the same with the same recycled puzzles even though some have increased in difficulty. I am a little confused though.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Howatch from Fun and entertaining If you have enjoyed the other Dead Reckoning games, you won't be Solitaire 330 Deluxe with this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Colorful Illustrations Was fun. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo. So lots of Colletors HO's finding this and placing it Spirits of Mystery: Illusions. You can choose to use a bubble pop option during some of the HOPs if you would like. If you play every HOPA game released then, like me, you might have that feeling of been here and done that before; however, for all their sameness, I still love HOPA games. Eipix has hit a home run with the DR games. I clicked on that to see what it might be that I Big Bang West and never could figure out how to view it so I would know what I was looking for. I liked the storyline Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collectors Edition I started, but soon interest began to wane and if I didn't know immediately what I was doing, I would hit the hint just to move along. The CE content is standard and there are no surprises here either. There are 11 Reckning: to earn in addition to the collectibles. If you choose to use Collectoes, you are able to quickly hop to that area so that saves some time. As is often the case, money is at the root of all this evil. Johnny's luck Millennium: A New Hope turned south, quite literally, his lifeless body has been found aboard his luxury yacht at the Broadbeach Resort in sunny Florida.

The graphics and sound are also fine, but similarly unimpressive. The puzzles are still doable without too much effort so there is something here for everyone. If you play every HOPA game released then, like me, you might have that feeling of been here and done that before; however, for all their sameness, I still love HOPA games. The indicator turn pink when you found the micks so that's a plus especially when you leave the game and come back. Johnny Abilli is a playboy gambler found slain at the titular Florida resort. Even though I love the game, please at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. The Hidden Object Scenes are just okay in my book, a little disappointing because the scenes are all junkpiles and tend to be on the blurry side. I liked the storyline when I started, but soon interest began to wane and if I didn't know immediately what I was doing, I would hit the hint just to move along. It happen to me at least twice. You can choose to use a bubble pop option during some of the HOPs if you would like. Even though there is nothing new here, I love a good mystery and Broadbeach Cove seems to have it all. Each scene has a Hidden Sign, for a total of 40, and there are the usual Achievements to earn as well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bayley60 from Great game.

This game is defiantly a keeper and goes to the near top of my to buy list. This Chase for Adventure: The Lost City another collaboration between Eipix and Big Fish. Broqdbeach are various types of interactive HOPs, some are the standard list type and others are silhouette type. You have been called to work on a case in the Sunshine State at the Broadbeach Resort. Step back in time to circa s as you solve the crime and prove once again Broadbwach you are a master detective. The indicator turn pink when you found the micks so that's a plus especially when you leave the game and come back. Handsomest man in video games at the start! Nothing you haven't seen before if you are a regular player, but would be fine for a newbie. Not difficult gaming, but the story moves along in a logical manner. Once I have cleared a room, I don't Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collectors Edition back and click on everything again, so this was quickly irritating. I can appreciate that these items need a good look see to locate them.


I enjoyed this game so much I even played the extra's when I was done! The indicator turn pink when you found the micks so that's a plus especially when you leave the game and come back. At one time their games were unique but now they are much the same with the same recycled puzzles even though some have increased in difficulty. Date published: I look forward to future installments in the Dead Reckoning series. Finding the micks would of been more fun if they weren't so small. Johnny Abilli is a playboy gambler found slain at the titular Florida resort. Both HOPs and mini games are pretty standard fair. You have been called to work on a case in the Sunshine State at the Broadbeach Resort. Each scene has a Hidden Sign, for a total of 40, and there are the usual Achievements to earn as well. Even though there is nothing new here, I love a good mystery and Broadbeach Cove seems to have it all. I have not finished yet so maybe its down the road somewhere. Players not familiar with the Dead Reckoning series could be missing out on some gems if they are not at least trialed.

The victim is the well-known high-roller playboy Johnny Abilli, a man who from his own description has seen it all and is rather bored with life. There is lots of action at a yacht, the boat landing, a hotel, a beach shack and a few more venues again just during the demo. His only thrill comes from living on the edge and even that has lost its appeal. Finding evidence and sorting through the possibilities is sure to present hours of good old-fashioned sleuthing entertainment. I found this game to be almost everything I expected from this developer, who are one of my favorites. Broadbeach I liken to a "film noir " murder mystery novel or movie prevalent in the 's and 50's. The Mini Games are good, some really easy, some challenging. The game options include four modes of gameplay: Easy, Medium, Hard and Custom. The graphics and sound are also fine, but similarly unimpressive. Finding the micks would of been more fun if they weren't so small. A detective is sent to investigate the slaying and fortunately for we game players the plot thickens rather quickly. Johnny Abilli was a player, he loved gambling and he loved women, he loved living his life on the edge, the riskier the better. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Howatch from Fun and entertaining If you have enjoyed the other Dead Reckoning games, you won't be disappointed with this one. You can also turn of the HOP error click penalty. Johnny had everything, good looks, good fortune, good money, but Johnny had a wife, and she wanted out.

14 thoughts on “Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collectors Edition

  1. There is not much to say other than the game was baked using the same cookie cutter molds that are familiar from this game developer. The game options include four modes of gameplay: Easy, Medium, Hard and Custom. The indicator turn pink when you found the micks so that's a plus especially when you leave the game and come back. The hidden object sections are nicely done and there is variety in the offerings. The problem is, multiple people have multiple motives in this fabulous whodunit mystery!

  2. The jump map came in very handy this time. Your tools include an interactive map and an evidence board where you collect notes and other objects you find that will help you identify the killer. It happen to me at least twice. Pretty graphics. For me that was one of the three best HOPAs of that year.

  3. During the demo, I did skip a couple of the puzzles, something I surely won't do after I make a purchase. There are 11 achievements to earn in addition to the collectibles. A detective is sent to investigate the slaying and fortunately for we game players the plot thickens rather quickly. The puzzles are still doable without too much effort so there is something here for everyone.

  4. If you choose to use hints, you are able to quickly hop to that area so that saves some time. Not here. This game is defiantly a keeper and goes to the near top of my to buy list. Normal storyline.

  5. It has lots of scenes. During the demo, I did skip a couple of the puzzles, something I surely won't do after I make a purchase. You have been called to work on a case in the Sunshine State at the Broadbeach Resort.

  6. Finding evidence and sorting through the possibilities is sure to present hours of good old-fashioned sleuthing entertainment. Verified Purchase Since you are a detective, when Johnny Abilli is murdered, you care called to investigate at Broadbeach Cove resort in Florida. Have fun.

  7. It happen to me at least twice. Once I have cleared a room, I don't go back and click on everything again, so this was quickly irritating. I liked the storyline when I started, but soon interest began to wane and if I didn't know immediately what I was doing, I would hit the hint just to move along. Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Colorful Illustrations Was fun. Johnny Abilli is a playboy gambler found slain at the titular Florida resort.

  8. The hidden object sections are nicely done and there is variety in the offerings. The victim is the well-known high-roller playboy Johnny Abilli, a man who from his own description has seen it all and is rather bored with life. Had some sort of collectible and each time I would be clicking on an area of interest and suddenly something would jump to a little window box on right side of tool bar.

  9. This game is defiantly a keeper and goes to the near top of my to buy list. The jump map came in very handy this time. There is not much to say other than the game was baked using the same cookie cutter molds that are familiar from this game developer.

  10. Not difficult gaming, but the story moves along in a logical manner. The jump map came in very handy this time. It happen to me at least twice.

  11. There are three difficulty levels and none are customizable. And who puts a cupcake in boiling water? At one time their games were unique but now they are much the same with the same recycled puzzles even though some have increased in difficulty. Have fun.

  12. Step back in time to circa s as you solve the crime and prove once again why you are a master detective. Normal storyline. As is often the case, money is at the root of all this evil. Eipix has hit a home run with the DR games. Not here.

  13. You can also turn of the HOP error click penalty. Lots to do and the game kept it interesting. Once I have cleared a room, I don't go back and click on everything again, so this was quickly irritating. They range from listed items to progressive Silhouetted Shape finds, most are multi-layered.

  14. In the description of the game it says besides collecting signs there are also morphing objects to obtain and so far I have not found a single one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Howatch from Fun and entertaining If you have enjoyed the other Dead Reckoning games, you won't be disappointed with this one. I have spent a very enjoyable weekend playing this.

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