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Mexicana: Deadly Holiday

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(964.27 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Dia de Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, provides a stunning backdrop for a thrilling supernatural adventure in Mexicana: Deadly Holiday! Guide a young woman as she sets off on a desperate search for her fiance amidst the annual celebration in Mexico. Moments after a spectral figure kidnaps her beloved during a card reading, she begins her journey to the afterworld, where demons will plot her demise and ancients gods will lend her a helping hand. As you travel through a stunning fiery wasteland on your way to a realm of peace and tranquility, you'll search for cleverly hidden objects, solve skillfully designed puzzles, and crack dozens of devious mini-games. Along the way, you'll slowly unfold the astonishing truth of who the young woman really is. Set in a captivating world, and featuring visuals and music inspired by the Land of Enchantment, Mexicana: Deadly Holidays is packed with thrills unlike any you have experienced!

  • A supernatural love story
  • Jaw-dropping worlds to explore
  • Music inspired by Mexican culture
  • Learn-as-you-play tutorial
  • Unlimited hints and tips
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1304 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Mexicana: Deadly Holiday 3.6 5 18 18
An Enjoyable Game ... Good Graphics & Sound ... A Bit Different In Style, Almost Giving The Game A Cheapened Look, But Very Enjoyable ... Seemed A Bit Short, But Worth A Voucher ... May 17, 2014
Pauper?s Calavera! BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS At first, the obvious rip off of Calavera: Day Of The Dead annoyed me so much I couldn?t get into this game. I mean, the exact same story ? fianc/e kidnapped on the Day of the Dead and a journey into the afterworld to rescue him/her! Outrageous. And by comparison, this one just doesn?t have a ghost of a chance. But it grew on me a little. SIGHTS & SOUNDS This game?s graphics are very bright and colourful, a little too light for me, I like a fuller colour. Very cartoonish. But nicely done, just not on a par with the mega-games of 2014. The music is a big plus for the game, ethnically appropriate, and tuneful and lively. There is, in both the sights and the sounds, a hint of the humour found in Calavera. There are no voiceovers, this is a low budget game, but the dialogues do not interfere too much with the action. Voiceovers would have been much better though. WHAT?S HAPPENING? As I said, kidnapped fianc, the need to cross over to the world of the dead to rescue him. In this story, the fortune teller helps you concoct the magic potion and complete the ritual required to make the journey. There we meet lots of specific characters belonging to the myths and traditions of the Day of the Dead. The approach to the characters is odd. Each time they appear a scene appears with a poster-like look to it with the creature?s image and name. GAMEPLAY Again, the game is low budget, so there is not much new here. There are progressive silhouettes and interactive word list HOPs, and an assortment of others, including some carnival ones, and some casino games. These are played too slowly, detract from the game because of it, and are just time fillers as far as I could see. A lot of the game so far has been the kind that includes recipes and spells and finding lots of ingredients. The most noteworthy feature of this game is the map of the world of the dead. It is flabbergasting. I have no idea how it works ? but it does. I have no idea how to use it ? but I did. It is beautiful, original, and sufficiently interesting to me that I will buy this game in order to study it more closely. You have to admit, that must be some map! It does show you the places you can go, but I could never describe adequately how. There is also the directional hint and journal to help. The most annoying thing about this game is that when you enter a close-up window, you cannot back out, you must close it by clicking on the x in the top right corner. VERY irritating. COMBINED IMPACT A lesser quality game that is a rip off a better one, but which has a quirky bent and some interesting ways of doing things that make it worth it for novelty value. April 16, 2014
It was ok. This is based on the demo. Played all but 15 minutes. Two modes of play: casual and expert. No map. Lots of inventory; in fact, sometimes to find something, you have to use the hint button to find the item! HOS are varied, partially interactive. No voices, only text. Has an interesting storyline (won't bother mentioning it here, as game gives the story). Quite a bit of making recipes, fairly interesting, but sort of easy. There is a part where you have to paint portions of a gate, for which I didn't have the patience. All in all, a good game for girls 8 to 10 or so. April 16, 2014
Turn your speakers off! I started getting in to it and then I got to the graveyard scene and it was a bunch of monkeys screeching!! I finally said to myself "just stop"!! I don't like music or background sounds but I do like the sounds of clicking the right item. I'll come back to it later but for now I need silence. April 16, 2014
This was a nice game I enjoyed the game. It was not the greatest or the most challenging. The artwork was inconsistent at times richly detailed and others it felt like an afterthought. I got it with a game coupon which always makes me feel better! July 3, 2014
Odd Story and not much Challenge I had fun with this for the most part despite the lack of challenge. I did skip 2 puzzles because they were silly and I didn't want to waste my time. The Mexican music was a nice change from the norm. The visuals were cartoonish but pleasing to look at. The story was odd and didn't really draw me in but was sufficient to hold my interest. I might play this again some time because I thought some of the game play was fun and interesting. There was quite a variety of HOS and some of the puzzles were creative. June 2, 2014
epic fail compared to other games I am sorry but this game is tragic epic failure compared to all the other Games like Cadenza Music and Betrayal, a ghostly mystery that has me hooked on Jazz music! Call me spoiled but I only buy Games with gorgeous graphics, animation. I want voice overs, added bonus is lip synch, interactive maps. I only buy Games with an interesting storyline . This game has none of these things. April 20, 2014
Prototype or Knockoff? This seems to be a sad knockoff or prototype of Calavera: Day of the Dead (which I really enjoyed). This I hated. Didn't even make it through 5 minutes of the demo before it was uninstalled and placed on my "Do not want/buy list!" Not even a buy as a "free game choice". April 16, 2014
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