Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates Collectors Edition

Mad Head Games proudly present the newest addition to the Rite of Passage series! When your wife went missing, you thought there was no hope. That is until you were sent a mysterious invitation promising you answers. Your search quickly turns into the most dangerous game of your life. It's up to you to use the cards you're dealt to defeat the deadly Beast! Can you find the truth and save yourself before sunrise? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object puzzle adventure!


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That's not a bad thing, per se, just a weird characteristic. The graphics were great but felt it could've been a pit more polished. With eerie atmosphere and a host that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life. All up the game and bonus took me about 7 hours to play, which I did during the course of the week. I enjoyed the puzzles, the plot, and the visuals. They could develop many, many more; starting with how the cards began. The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, moving the slides across and down to find the item, matching colours and shapes of birds, finding keys, etc. It is worth buying the collectors addition for the bonus chapter. So that's The Game! It was a new take on the same old guy-loses-girl love story. But I did like its style and it's originality, so kudos for that. Date Quadrium 3 Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from Care to play a game where the heroes are Fruit Lockers Reborn! was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next.

The Deck of Fates game occurs in rounds, and each is a little more interesting than the last. Cake they demanded and I made a great one. Loaded with puzzles. I highly recommend this one. Date published: Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates follows a smooth and fast-paced gameplay — often very exciting as well. But this is no ordinary card game! As usual with games from Mad Head, the soundtracks and the voice-overs are also amazing. All in all a very satisfying way to spend a day. I especially liked the bonus chapter. If you prefer to do them altogether later or you miss any, then you can do this in the Extras. You pretty much stick around the same area until everything is done. However, the level of challenge is undeniably low, especially during the adventure portion of the game. The sound excellent and yes the puzzles were fun!

Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers. Thank you Big Fish for all the outstanding games you provide to your customers. All in all a very satisfying way to spend a day. I was stunned and a bit apprehensive. I found I didn't need New Yankee in King Arthurs Court 5 Collectors Edition use the interactive map as you are only going a couple of steps forwards or backwards, so there was no need to use it. The ending of the main game was such a surprise. Some are easy to spot and others are well hidden. Every time you use a card you will play a small mini-game of getting the ball into the hole while it is rotating and playing a memory game of matching 3 runes in a grid. They could develop many, many more; starting with how the cards began. Happy playing fishies. All up the game and bonus took me about 7 hours to play, which I did during the course of the week. If you prefer to do them altogether later or Mad Mouse miss any, then you can do this in the Extras. It was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next. Come on, developers!


It is worth buying the collectors addition for the bonus chapter. Some are easy to spot and others are well hidden. I couldn't stop playing! The story had me hooked. The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. Some of them are much harder than you first think. The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, moving the slides across and down to find the item, matching colours and shapes of birds, finding keys, etc. Loaded with puzzles. It was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next. However, the level of challenge is undeniably low, especially during the adventure portion of the game. With eerie atmosphere and a host that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life. But this is no ordinary card game! I've played for nearly 10 years and this is one of the best. Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers.

So that's The Game! Evan needs to summon the power of his cards and defeat the beast before all the other players for the chance to find his wife, and for the sake of his own survival. Greedy and snarky little guys. It was a new take on the same old guy-loses-girl love story. Wow great thought went into making a great ending. Someone goes missing, you have to investigate, you drive a car somewhere, etc. These all had a good challenge to them and I really enjoyed them. However, none of them are frustrating or boring and I did them all without help, so they can't be too bad. Come on, developers! I like finding morphing items and collectables, but spending so much time on finding these items, I find it distracts from the overall gameplay. We were captivated by the game from start to finish with not a single moment of boredom, since we genuinely did not know what to expect from the next turn on the road. Happy playing fishies. I especially liked the bonus chapter.

The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, moving the slides across and down to find the item, matching colours and shapes of birds, finding keys, etc. You pretty much stick around the same area until everything is done. The mini-games and HOPs were better than average with a good level of challenge. We were captivated by the game from start to finish with not a single moment of boredom, since we genuinely did not know what to expect from the next turn on the road. But this is no ordinary card game! The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. Date published: All in all a very satisfying way to spend a day. Plus, I'm so glad to be able to play as a male! So far I think I've only encountered one game where this was an option. I enjoyed the puzzles, the plot, and the visuals. The main story is about Evan trying to find Melissa in a Deck of Fates card game. The story had me hooked. Every aspect of the game of stupendous!

2 thoughts on “Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates Collectors Edition

  1. Good assortment of mini-puzzles with HOGs scattered between. So far I think I've only encountered one game where this was an option. These are not too tricky but does take some co-ordination and remembering which runes go where. With eerie atmosphere and a host that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life. Wow great thought went into making a great ending.

  2. I really liked the way this game progressed. One of the reasons for this could be that the gameplay in Deck of Fates is quite linear, with not many locations open to be explored at once. Wow great thought went into making a great ending. While you have to find someone as usual, you get sucked into a sinister game with creepy characters.

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