PuppetShow: Poetic Justice Collectors Edition

Amax Interactive proudly brings you the newest installment of the PuppetShow series! The mayor has called on you for help! Unknown assailants are bombarding his home and his wife has gone missing! Your investigation quickly turns dark as history comes back to haunt the city and its inhabitants. With mechanical puppets around every turn, can you find the masked madman and stop him before it’s too late? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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The Mini Games are also the same ole same ole, nothing exciting or new. We played PuppetShow: Poetic Justice on the easiest difficulty mode, rarely skipped any puzzles, and completed the game in around four hours. First of all, the landscapes and sceneries in this installment is mesmerizing; filled with exotic locations and interestingly-designed themes. Well, PuppetShoww: all of their games involve a Mayor whose town has gone bonkers. Sunny Siesta game Collextors played each time you use your Hannibal Puppet helper. Why is this game so unworthy? The Mayor Witches Legacy: Hunter and the Hunted Collectors Edition always done something to warrant this rash behavior. The characters always look the same. The Hidden Object Scenes are the same ole same ole, nothing particularly exciting, thankfully there's only a few HOP's. All investigations start with a Carriage cabin scene. Not only is the game full of things to PuppehShow:, it is Mythic Pearls: The Legend of Tirnanog beautiful War Chess just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up PuppetShow: Poetic Justice Collectors Edition the past 3 months. I found this Gems Quest surprisingly fun and interesting. This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side. The Editipn weren't all that bad. In this Collector's Edition version, there's always the built in Strategy Guide to help you.

The Mini Games are very doable, most are of good length and entertaining. The Mayor never seeks outside help until a member of his family gets abducted. Read on to find out in my PuppetShow: Poetic Justice review how I felt playing the game and what's my opinion on it. PuppetShow: Poetic Justice has a great story, cute hidden object scenes, fun puzzles! The HOPS are absolutely a delight with items that are well depicted. All investigations take place at night. The Mayor has always done something to warrant this rash behavior. I always have to find, fix and repair every mechanical lock and gadget throughout the town. In my opinion, PuppetShow had a good run, but after 12 games, there's absolutely nothing new that could possibly be achieved, so how about just moving on with the show, put your thinking caps on, and create a new series, something wonderful, something that's never been done before, like a truly suspenseful psychological thriller, one that will keep me on the edge of my seat, one that makes me want to leave the lights on because it's so creepy? In this Collector's Edition version, there's always the built in Strategy Guide to help you. I always steal loose change I find in people's houses. I'm really liking what I'm seeing from this new game. The sound doesn't manage to match the top quality of the graphics, unfortunately. One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy. The bad guys always have masks and usually bird beaks The scenery is always the same.

Although I'm not sure if it's possible to breathe life back into some of their once popular game series, I've got Chocolate Shop Frenzy give them kudos for trying. I really got into the story when the demo ended. This is the newest game in the PuppetShow series. Well, because all of their games involve a Mayor whose town has gone Poettic. As far as a Collector's Edition goes, this one barely qualifies for a Standard Edition. Don't forgot to look for the Morphing Object in each scene. Oh, and if you just don't like HOPS, you can always switch to a mini game PuppehShow: help complete the scenes. The graphics weren't all that bad. The Hidden Object Scenes are the same ole same ole, nothing particularly exciting, thankfully there's only a few HOP's. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. Why is this game so unworthy? The Mayor doesn't ever want anyone to know he has hired outside help. The mechanical helper always breaks.


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PuppetShow: Poetic Justice has a great story, cute hidden object scenes, fun puzzles! Tell me I'm wrong about this? PuppetShow: Poetic Justice is a must-have game for me. The Mini Games are numerous and entertaining, and most of the puzzles give you the option to play the game in either an Easy of Hard mode which is a feature I really like. I always have to find puppet parts to repair everyone else's broken puppet. The bad guys always wear dark cloaks. The sound doesn't manage to match the top quality of the graphics, unfortunately. I always wondered why they don't give you the option to skip this feature like you can a mini game? I always have to find, fix and repair every mechanical lock and gadget throughout the town. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. As always, try the demo first. The Mayor never seeks outside help until a member of his family gets abducted. Well, because all of their games involve a Mayor whose town has gone bonkers.

I always steal loose change I find in people's houses. As always, try the demo first. In this Collector's Edition version, there's always the built in Strategy Guide to help you. I found this game surprisingly fun and interesting. PuppetShow: Poetic Justice has a great story, cute hidden object scenes, fun puzzles! PuppetShow: Poetic Justice Collector's Edition Review The graphics are sharp, the cutscenes are top-notch, and the fancy visual effects are sophisticated. For some the puzzles might seem very easy but I am guessing that most gamers enjoy puzzles that are not "rip your hair out" difficult. Although I'm not sure if it's possible to breathe life back into some of their once popular game series, I've got to give them kudos for trying. The mechanical helper always breaks. I always have to find puppet parts to repair everyone else's broken puppet. There's always that one single dog barking in the quiet of night. All investigations start with a Carriage cabin scene.

Oh, and if you just don't like HOPS, you can always switch to a mini game to help complete the scenes. In my opinion, PuppetShow had a good run, but after 12 games, there's absolutely nothing new that could possibly be achieved, so how about just moving on with the show, put your thinking caps on, and create a new series, something wonderful, something that's never been done before, like a truly suspenseful psychological thriller, one that will keep me on the edge of my seat, one that makes me want to leave the lights on because it's so creepy? Why is this game so unworthy? The Mini Games are very doable, most are of good length and entertaining. The Mayor has always done something to warrant this rash behavior. Someone needs to make the necessary arrangements, while we go into mourning. PuppetShow: Poetic Justice has a great story, cute hidden object scenes, fun puzzles! The characters always look the same. This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side. I'm really liking what I'm seeing from this new game. There's always a mechanical helper. It's clear to see that they are trying very hard to revamp this stagnant game series they inherited from ERS. Read on to find out in my PuppetShow: Poetic Justice review how I felt playing the game and what's my opinion on it. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. The Mini Games are numerous and entertaining, and most of the puzzles give you the option to play the game in either an Easy of Hard mode which is a feature I really like.

5 thoughts on “PuppetShow: Poetic Justice Collectors Edition

  1. Well, because all of their games involve a Mayor whose town has gone bonkers. We played PuppetShow: Poetic Justice on the easiest difficulty mode, rarely skipped any puzzles, and completed the game in around four hours. The Mayor never seeks outside help until a member of his family gets abducted. I Love this game and find it to be the perfect way to spend a rainy Saturday morning, in fact I had to pull myself away to finish my housework.

  2. Not only is the game full of things to do, it is also beautiful and just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up in the past 3 months. The Mini Games are numerous and entertaining, and most of the puzzles give you the option to play the game in either an Easy of Hard mode which is a feature I really like. The characters always look the same. One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy.

  3. The HOPS are absolutely a delight with items that are well depicted. Don't forgot to look for the Morphing Object in each scene. PuppetShow had a great run, this is the twelfth game, which was about five too many.

  4. In my opinion, seek and enjoy! I'm having a lot of fun with it. I always wondered why they don't give you the option to skip this feature like you can a mini game?

  5. All investigations start with a Carriage cabin scene. My female character always gets punched by a dude. The Hidden Object Scenes are the same ole same ole, nothing particularly exciting, thankfully there's only a few HOP's. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. The mechanical helper always breaks.

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