Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen

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(602.13 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Unravel the mystery of your father's death and brother's bizarre disappearance in Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen! Your father was a famous movie director who liked to invent elaborate locks and devices. A mysterious villain demands you track down the pieces to his greatest and perhaps most deadly invention of all time! If you don't, your brother will suffer the same fate as your father. Return to the family Art Deco mansion and golden era movie backlots to look for clues about a past you never knew your father had and the dark secrets behind the villain's quest for his deadly invention.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 611 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Mild Violence
  • Use of Alcohol
  • Use of Tobacco
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Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen 4.6 5 119 119
Too much running around I just couldn't get into this game. In the beginning it was good, really nice graphics, storyline seemed promising....but then there was so much running around that I lost interest in what I was looking for or where I needed to use the item. Mind you, it's ok to find something and know to remember where that clue goes, but every frickin' frame of this game? And you had to go back 6 miles each time. Ugh! And I was so looking forward to this game from the reviews, most were 5 stars....I don't get it. November 27, 2012
Good... but wow, those are a lot of stars I enjoyed the game, however I don't understand the 5 star rating. The combination of real actors and computer generated graphics was odd. Most of the graphics were good, realistic, but the HO scenes were terrible! There were only a handful that weren't completely washed out. The map was very helpful in determining the next task, an ability to jump from scene to scene would have been helpful though. The storyline was exceptional for an HO/adventure game, I highly recommend it for that alone. February 16, 2013
Got tired of it real fast ! Did not like the live characters, I liked the puzzles, but it never took me in. I got really bored. October 21, 2012
SLOW!!! The hidden object scenes run SO slowly. A full 5 seconds between when I click on an object, and it SLOWLY dissolves away. Tedious. December 4, 2014
Sorry guys, I found it tiring and boring I could not focus on the game, because of the graphics.... I thought they were tiring. The story line was ok. But the most annoying thing of all was that there was a map that you could only see things and not interact. For example I had to go back 4 or 5 screens just to complete a scene, or use the annoying slow elevator... Why not make a interactive map where someone would just click and be on the next screen? September 22, 2013
Major Snoozefest without Popcorn I bought this game based on everyone else's reviews but boy, was I disappointed. I played the game in expert level without hints and was still mind numbingly bored. The cutscenes are amateurish and flat, the story line left me uninterested and the games were very easy. The graphics, though clear, were basically a mishmash of greens and browns with a little yellow thrown in. I get that it's a theater, but the lack of color bored me to the point that I couldn't wait for the game to end. I like a game like Phantasmat, Enigmatis or the Shadow Wolf series. Those games make you feel as if you are living the game. I like drama for goodness' sake, and I expected to find it in Final Cut because of it's theater setting.......but all it did was put me to sleep. I wish I hadn't spent the money! April 22, 2013
Very Boring after a While The Story line was ok, sort of, but then it had you running in sooooo many circles each time to go to a place you could uncover something useful...I felt it got REALLY tedious. I am not into spending all my time with my mouse (I get hand cramps) going back and forth ad nauseum, just to find one thing you need to progress in the game....becames boring. September 4, 2012
Game does not work This game is full of glitches, some of which mean the game cannot be completed, please do not waste money buying it, it is clearly not ready to be sold June 27, 2013
blah I didn't like this game at all. I was so bored with it that I ended up using hints over and over just to finish it. August 2, 2012
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