Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole Collector's Edition
I knew I would love this game when it came out since I loved the first one, and I did. The graphics are beautiful and for pure fun this is the game.
The bonus play is a great tie-in to the first. I am looking forward to the next installment.
If you want a game that is fun to play over and over again, this is it.
I recommend this. And don't forget the first.
December 21, 2011
One of the best games I've ever played
I love this game! The graphics are great and the storyline, especially the background information revealed in the badges really holds my interest. It's a game with great replay value. I loved it and and its prequel The Ripple Effect. One thing I say for all three games, I replay them over and over again and don't get bored. I really hope that they keep the games in this storyline coming. My only regret is that it isn't a Collector's Edition. Its really long and deserved to be.
August 6, 2012
Wow! The graphics are really good in this game!
I only started this game, so I'm probably submitting this sooner than I should, but I just want to say that so far, this game is a lot of fun! The graphics are AWESOME. It's not quite as challenging as one might hope, but it's not boring either. So far, so good!
February 4, 2012
The best sequel of games in this genre.
I love the history, the graphics, the challenge....I could go on and on. You will enjoy playing The Flux games over and over. 'nuff said.
April 26, 2012
Better then I remember it, lots of fun.
I find that just telling you that you will have fun findind your way around is just part of the fun. No can't help you cuz that would spoil the excitement for you. I like this game alot.
December 3, 2011
good fun game
Different kind of HOG but fun to play. Gets a little old after awhile finding the items to put together. Not a bad game just like more storyline. Buy when it is on discount.
May 7, 2013
Storyline: Continues where Time Ripple left off. Jesse encounters herself at a much younger age in the 1980?s. Together, they find her grandfather who helps her get back to the present day. But first she has to correct a few mistakes she made in Time Ripple. She interacts with a few historical figures, enabling them to have the historical significance which actually happened.
Gameplay follows the same structure as The Time Ripple ? HOS, IHOS, Fragments and puzzles and mini-games with a little adventure thrown in. The HOS do contain a few small objects, especially long thin ones, so the magnifying glass comes in handy. The hint system is also helpful and recharges swiftly. The FRAGs produce objects that are used in the scenes to enable Jesse to move forward. Puzzles are varied; ranging from easy to slightly challenging. Although the usual suspects are included, there are a few unique and clever forays into new arenas. Puzzles and mini-games are skippable.
Graphics are gorgeous. Very good production values. If your computer has the capability, you can play this game in HD. This was a fun lengthy game with no time pressures (about 6-7 hours at relaxed casual mode). 4 1/2 stars, but rounded down instead of up because it follows the gameplay of the first in the series too closely with nothing really new.
August 20, 2012
Not your adverage Rabbit
The Flux games are a bit hard for me to play and the first Rabbit hole was way to hard for me, but I was somewhat a beginner back then. This game was also hard but easier then the last game.
Characters are fitting to their environment as well as music. Like the noise selection for finding items. Graphics are very well done. I Might have to try and play the previous game to see if I do better so I can play out the whole adventure.
December 6, 2014
A bit different
I really enjoyed this game. It's an improvement on the first Flux Family game (Ripple in Time), which I liked as well. It is the type of game that moves through self-contained scenarios containing several scenes in which the player completes tasks and then moves to the next scenario. I prefer that to the games in which I have to move around in a larger environment that I find hard to keep track of. Some reviewers commented on the tiny fragments of objects, and that's true, but they didn't mention that there is a magnifying glass available that makes it much easier to locate those objects. Also, there are many other more traditional hidden object scenes that contain some interesting interactions. Overall, this was a lot of fun; I enjoyed the main character, the cute little girl Jess, and I really like the owl that serves as the screen saver between scenes. The puzzles are a good mix; some of them stumped me. I have already purchased the third Flux Family game (Oracle) and look forward to playing it.
July 9, 2014
Worse Game Ever!
I would not buy this game as I absolutely hated it. The hints were not helpful and I was stuck on a beginning level. I am surprised as I have the other two FFS games and I love those.
July 15, 2012