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Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collector's Edition

Full version game
(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 79 79
I really don't know what to say about this one... Not bad, but definitely not very good, either. "Sable Maze: Sullivan River" has been giving me headaches ever since I finished it. It's really quite puzzling. While I was playing it I was quite engrossed in it, but when I finished it, I wasn't so sure I even liked it anymore. However, I have no doubt that it is an entertaining game, that happens to have an amazing background story and a good atmosphere. Here's probably why I didn't liked it: - One of the things I have no doubt contributed to my befuddlement on whether or not I liked the game was that there are a bit too many hidden objects scenes, and when that happens it bores me incredibly and makes the game tedious; - Maybe it's the not very interesting, washed-out look. The artwork and the graphics were definitely not bad, but I have seen so much, much better and so, I think it detracted from an overall satisfying experience. - Another thing that unfortunately happens very, very frequently in these games and that just leaves me raging mad. They always end the games in a rather brute manner. Yay, you just saved the way and now everything is fine! (Not quite, since there is almost always a sequel...) And that's it. It happened in "Sullivan River" and it left me very disappointed. Here's why: the storyline is definitely the best thing that this game has to offer, and so, it was not only interesting and compelling but original, and was explored in some depth (even more in the bonus chapter). It told us about how "Sullivan River" got its name, how the Tree of Wishes came to be, who was the Dryad, and what happened all those years ago in our protagonist's life. You actually feel that the writers took their time to create such an incredibly well polished story. And then, the game ends like that. Not only in the main game but also in the bonus chapter. So much is left unsaid after so much has been given. Now here's what I liked: - The atmosphere is very, very good. Creepy alright; - The music is also very fitting to the environment and was nice to my ears; - The storyline, of course! As I have mentioned in a review before, saving children in peril were never my cup of tea, but "Sable Maze" managed to make everything different because of the amazing story. I just loved the premise of an "evil" maze where you could get lost forever and never be seen again. Just the ideia is very opressive. And it also helps that the mystery unfolds very nicely; - The bonus chapter is amazing. I liked the story better in this one, what with all the exploration regarding the Celtic heritage of the place; That's it. I give it a 3 and a half stars rating. I totally recommend that you try it before anything else because although it offers a wonderful and original story, it has nothing more worthwhile left. Nice to spend some time, though. September 2, 2013
Where's the orb??? Game was good overall. Interesting if fantasical storyline. Map takes you places, but doesn't tell you where there are things to accomplish. Played the bonus chapter, which had a sort of slowed down pace from rest of the game. Got to the very end, but NO ORB!! HOS where it was supposed to be located never highlighted, so I could not get it. Very disappointing ending, so I abandoned the game. June 28, 2013
Really dull! I played about 40 mins of the demo before I deleted. I was just bored! The graphics were grainy and dark, the puzzles were not challenging and all the same as we have seen so many times in other games. The HOS were okay and were interactive but again easy. Not for me I'm afraid. October 2, 2012
Boring This game is not worth the price of the collector's edition. The graphics are grainy, the action slow and the maze is a joke as is the ending. It is a long game and the HO'S are inter-active but that's it. I forced myself to finish it. What a let down. Obviously others thought differently. Oh well !! November 14, 2012
This is a game for children. Adults this is a yawn fest! Not a game for adults, just way to simple. Have no idea why there is a strategy guide. I rated two of the four as ok. I used the hint button just to move as quickly as possible through the HO scenes as fast as possible huge yawn factor. There needs to be a challenge level rating on these games. I'm just getting tired of these HO games that are thrown together for the quick buck. Apparently that is the big seller on this site so that is why there is 25(+or-) new HO games per month. The key contributors have me dumbfound here. Based on my skill level I do not recommend this game. May 2, 2013
If you have Motion Sickness - Beware! Those fireflies (or lightening bugs, depending on where you live) - what a nightmare for me. The demo I was able to play was fun. The graphics and cutscenes were great. The level of challenge was good. Had a nice map and SG. But . . . flying around the hint button in the lower right corner were these fireflies and they flew constantly. They just never stopped. I started feeling motion sickness from them. I tried to ignore it but it kept getting worse, to the point that I HAD to stop playing. If it wasn't for those dadgum fireflies I would have bought the game as I was really liking everything else. But because the fireflies made me sick to my stomach and dizzy, I give the game 2 stars. If not for the fireflies, I would have given it 4 stars. One other criticism, which is really very minor, is the voice of the therapist sounds very mechanical. It can be overlooked though. If you suffer from motion sickness be sure to demo before you buy. September 30, 2012
Extremely plain stupid just illogical. cut a net with a lobster. put a lantern to a stick besides a campfire in order to light the lantern instead of using the stick on the fire to get it on fire and then light the lantern. and so on and so on... this ain't no fun, this is waste of time. not even the hint works correctly. in some situations he drives you back and forth between two screens. and - worst of all - no wide screen correction. i do not recommend this game. November 7, 2012
Very Irritating this game was so irritating that the story got lost always going back through the whole game and still couldn't find where you were suppose to go!!! I have bought & played over 300 BFG's but this one really got my blood pressure up & constantly putting me in a bad mood. I would have stopped playing except that I feel it's my duty to play a game to the end since I paid for it, but this one I came close to deleting it off my computer. don't waste your time!!! July 4, 2013
Hated This Game I brought the full Collectors Edition and I was really sadden to learn that this really, really sucked. The start of the game, is a cut scene with a voice over that left much to be desired. I skipped it, good thing there was a skip button. The hint button with the fireflies around it was really distracting. Every hidden object scene was made worse because my eyes would always look at the hint button instead of trying to find the objects. Hated the fact that the Trees were evil. Tress are not evil, why would the game creators come up with this idea! I am not impressed. The price of $9.99 is what drew me in, I wish I had passed, there are way better things to spend $10 on then this game. I give this game a really big pass. October 2, 2012
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