Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collector's Edition

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(776.00 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Every night you have the same nightmare. You see children wandering through a maze, crying for help. These sleepless nights are ruining your waking life. To stop them, you must return to Sullivan River Summer Camp to uncover what happened during that long-forgotten summer. Beware though, this camp isn't all that it seems. With every step, you can feel eyes watching you. Reveal the secret of the ancient labyrinth in this eerie Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Full soundtrack
  • Wallpapers and concept art
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 879 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collector's Edition 4 5 82 82
Nice and fun game I really liked this game after being so disappointed over the last game I bought. It was so nice to come back to a real hidden object game with good music and beautiful graphics. November 25, 2012
Good, but nothing new. This is also based on the demo. I liked the game farley well. But it really wasn't anything new. The visual and sound quality were good, and I liked the HO games. I like them when you need parts to make a whole in these games. The voice overs were clear and understandable. But I hated that song that kept singing in the back ground. It was bothersome. Over all it was a fare game. But I think I will wait on this one until the SE comes out. October 1, 2012
Sable Maze: Sullivan's River Collector's edition Just finished it, the bonus chapter just as enjoyable, I'd recommend it. photo good, clear and easy to define. Glad I bough it. Help arrows clear. October 7, 2012
Amazing The tunes was intriguing along with the game. Love the story line. Was very drawn in. Great graphics. I can hardly wait to own this one. Very good game all around and great for Halloween month to boot. October 2, 2012
A regular CE, nothing new There's an interacitf map, wich it,s good, but it not indicate the active zone. The hint button do not show the path, minus one HOS are ok The minigame was to tough for me(intermediate) and there,s no reset button so after a while try for the solution you're completly lost. As I said, this is a regular CE game. It worth by it if you have nothing else to play but I saw SE be better structured and more funny. September 30, 2012
Sabel Maze I like this game, it have everything you can ask for in such a game. September 30, 2012
A good game that could be Great! I wasn't planning on writing a review on this game but I really felt that this game could have been an EASY 5 stars game if only some modifications were made. The Only part I did not like in the game was that the Map was NOT interactive, meaning it would not tell you where you should go, where are objectives still open, so after a few scenes I just stopped using the map at all - which is a pity since that's the whole point of a game having a map.. you should be able where you can go from here to find unresolved scenes and "transport" yourself from your location to that one using the Map, but as said, here it was not possible. Other than that, the story line was interesting, the graphics were beautifully done, all and all, it was fun to play. Recommended to those who don't use the Map feature or are willing to play without it. Enjoy the game! July 27, 2014
(eerie and sometimes very beautiful) Awesome graphics (really, and i mean it, REALLY loved some of the places and details, the artists are to congratulate OuO), a good and mysterious plot, gameplay sometimes a bit too easy and I wish the maze was more explorable and the game a bit longer... To note that it also deals with an important subject among kids. Won't be telling the story, for some other uses already did that, but you can be sure that it is a game that endures in your mind, long after playing other titles. The bonus game is a must, if you want to be more immersed on Sable Maze. April 2, 2013
Could Have Been Stronger Sable Maze: Sullivan River is decent, I'll say that for it. The basic idea is that you end up heading back to your childhood campground to discover secrets about your past under the advice of your psychiatrist. I'll leave it to you seasoned game players to determine what happens next. Suffice it to say it involves witchcraft, druids, and lots of hidden object hunting. That's a pretty solid intro, but the game falls flat where it counts. For starters, there are simple things that mystify me. Why is the psychiatrist's picture so prominent in the graphic for the game when he's barely in it, for instance? Why does your character fire five bullets through a lock? Why can't you just whip up a bunch of magic potion to destroy the rest of the living trees? Sadly, these questions will never be answered. In addition to those more obscure queries, a larger one is in order: how could a game with a promising plot like this utterly fail to deliver? The ending is satisfactory enough (and the bonus game adds to it nicely# but the plot just hangs there largely unresolved. The game would be far scarier if it relied more heavily on the bullying aspect of the kids at camp and less on the lame scare attempts of a ghost appearing on screen. I can safely say very little #including the killer vegetation) approached scary. The technical aspects of the game are also marginal. The graphics are okay. I enjoyed exploring the rundown camp and appreciated that certain areas were obviously no longer needed to prevent needless backtracking. Voices are fine, but they are few and far between and monotonous after a while due to them all being ghostly. The soundtrack was not memorable to me. Certain noises, like a horse or a woodpecker, would just grate on you as they constantly played until you could get rid of them. Hidden object scenes are average also. I needed about one hint to finish them off, and that's not a good thing in my book. Some objects are used on others, which is a nice touch, but overall I found them too easy and too frequent. There is also a whole lot of "pick up important object, immediately use said object" for my taste. Animations were well done. Then we get to the coup de gras: the sable maze itself. I was expecting a dramatic cocoon of twists and turns, and it's..very underwhelming. I think the developers just gave up midway through. A subplot involving adult characters goes nowhere. You have your choice of three difficulty modes. I played on hard and finished in under three hours. The minigames are variations on things you've done before and range from simplistic to time-consuming but easy. Not much to test your mettle. You can win awards, but there are no collectibles. All in all, I think it was an original story but the game is just okay. Not sure it merits a collector's edition purchase unless you're a completist or hopelessly addicted like me. Had the developers spent a bit more time fleshing out the dreaded maze and adding to the backstory, this could have been a winner. Instead, it's one you can skip. October 7, 2012
magic or horror? I don't know about this one.The scenes were often run down and drab. The game mechanics were fine, lots of inventory objects and HO scenes. But the storyline was full of magical things without the game having a magical feel. There were talking skeltons, wishing trees, a labrynth and magical moving and talking trees but the the game seemed to want to have a horror feel to it. For me.. the two just didn't seem to blend very well. The end result at least for me, was what felt like a B movie that had a not very well thought out plot. The labyrith was confusing and when one checked the SE it gave directions that did not seem possible to follow. I eventually did get it with the help of the hint system but not before I thought of scrapping the game altogether. I thought this one had good potential but it could have used a bit more work, a bit more color and less green and brown to give it that polished feel. Not a bad game but not memorable either. just okay.. 3 outta five stars October 7, 2012
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