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Confront your fears... You thought you’d have a nice day at the local fair, but trouble strikes – in the form of fear. Your daughter’s lost in the Maze of Fears, but you’ll face more than her disappearance if you dare to enter. This is the next hidden-object puzzle adventure game in the popular Sable Maze series from Daily Magic!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1045 MB

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Sable Maze: Twelve Fears is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fascinating Fears Enthrall What I liked best about this game was maybe the way the background was laid out in various maze structures, including the kind you can really only ever find yourself in in dreams, or in interactive hidden object adventures. Mazes make great impact for the eyes and mind. And I loved walking through all those vast outdoor areas crammed into one building between the indoor rooms. That's what real life should be like. I enjoyed working with the fear orb "amulet", finding each lens, putting it together, getting used to the black smoke. I liked, not answering emails, but getting paid in keys for it, very reliably, and the messages themselves were excellent, fortune cookie magic. This is the kind of reading I like ina game. I am grateful for a game that has ambiance one I can get completely immersed in. The serious, yet fun, eerie, psychotropic atmosphere was all there for me. The music was a bit annoyingly repetitive sometimes, maybe that was intended to instill nervousness. Something I would like a lot more of is the effect of progression through the sequence of numbered levels. I like knowing where I am in the game, not to mention the precision and rhythm of ordered events. I like artwork to be artwork. The hidden object scenes, while not ever what I play for,were clear and novel, varied in type. The individual tools and keys hidden within the outer game, on the other hand, were sometimes so hard to find that it made me mad. However the various "minigames" that became openable upon finding these objects were so cool, so new, and just so intense that I quickly got over it, and got lost in the pleasure of the playing of the game again. One of the best games I've ever played.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from sable maze really enjoyed this game. it was easy to follow and the games really made you think.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from needs 5 stars! This one is different ( in a good way ). Love what they did with hos & mini games. Liked it so much I had to do a review when I never have before. I will be watching for another one of these!
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game!!! I have never written a review for a game, but I just had to for this one, It was incredible!!!! The story was very different. I never was bored, and I always had a sense of moving forward in the storyline. It was one of those games that didn't just end all of a sudden and left you feeling cheated. Even though I played on the hard level, it was not too challenging, and I was able to play with very few hints. That is just how I like to play!! I really enjoyed this one and would suggest it to anyone that likes playing hidden object/adventure games!
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stand aside, Twleve Fears! You 'ain't gonna scare me from saving my daughter! I was determined not to let my own fears stop me from saving my daughter!! Way to go Daily Magic and BigFish! Way to go! What a ride that was. So much to do and the puzzles, oh the puzzles. I skipped a couple not because they are difficult but because I lost patience with some of them. Not a hard game at all but tedious and very clever tasks to complete. I played the SE version. Great hidden object scenes and collecting all the mazes was fun. The 12 fears amulet was awesome! As I conquered one fear after another with my daughter right by my fingertips and hanging by a thread and to have her taken once again by another fear was a bit distressing, regardless if you're a mother or father or anyone, to see your loved one in danger can get your adrenaline flowing, and man o' man, my motherly instinct kicked in like a mama bear protecting her cub! Even though, in this case, I was the dad saving my daughter, Amber. I was also concerned for another key character in this story, Marissa who you will learn about. What a great game! Loved it! I wasn't too keen on the match game because that option takes longer to complete and I was engrossed in the gameplay and enjoyed the interactive HOS. But you do have that option if you are akin to match games. Also, the music and voiceovers were great! I liked the thought that was put into this game. Intriguing, nail-biting and a roller-coaster ride of fun. Either I'm getting better at these games or they are becoming shorter but no matter, the principle of the thing is if you like intrigue and lots to do, you will love this game. I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2015-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Puzzles and More Puzzles! My favorite part of these games is the puzzles, and this game has a LOT of them. Played on the hardest mode and didn't have a problem with any of them, so the game could have been a bit more challenging. I'm not a huge fan of HOS's but this game has some variety because you have to find the hidden objects and then use them in the scene. Music was good, voiceovers were good, and the graphics weren't the best I've ever seen but they were certainly adequate. I mean, who really cares if the characters' lips move in sync to their speaking? That's not why I play these games. 4 1/2 stars for me!
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Twelve Fears I seldom write a review but after seeing only 2 people submitted reviews I just had to add my two cents. Will not rehash what has been said already. This game was a total surprise for me. I thought I would not like it in the beginning but grew to love it as I got more involved in the story. I found that I looked forward to playing and didn't want to stop to take a break as I wanted to see what happened next. I felt it was very innovative and challenging with lots to do in the HOP scenes, not just lists. Puzzles were also to my liking as I am not a puzzle fan and skip a lot of them but not this time. We all have our own tastes and not everyone will agree with me but that's ok. Have fun if you decide to give it a try.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What Are You Afraid Of? Fear is one of our primal emotions. We are only born with two fears, the fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. Any other fears we develop after birth are "learned" behaviors, usually occurring after a traumatic experience. Arthur, a young psychologist, fresh out of college wanted nothing more than to help people overcome their fears. He created a device to help him research, and gave this device to his first patient and assistant, Marissa Castey who had a debilitating phobia stemming from a near drowning in Sullivan's River (my favorite Sable Maze episode) at summer camp. All this information will start to make sense when your daughter, Amber, enters the Maze of Fears, ignoring your advice not to enter. You always seem to be one step behind Amber, with every slamming and trap door of the maze, clearly, Amber will have to face all Twelve Fears on her own....... if she survives! Just about every fear will be addressed in this edition of Sable Maze, the fear of falling, fear of death, fear of storms, fear of birds (thank Alfred Hitchcock for that one) the fear of ghosts, fear of fire, fear of heights, the fear of enclosed places, fear of being lost, fear of freezing, not to mention the fear of things that go bump in the night! Being the resourceful dad you are, you are putting Arthur's Fear Collector to work, absorbing all the bad mojo surrounding Amber's fear emotions. There are plenty of plus sign inventory items, requiring some type of interaction before using the items such as combining that item with another inventory item. The Collector's Edition has Achievements to earn as well as 12 Collectible "Fears" however, I think this Standard Edition is the better value, unless you enjoy the recognition you get with the achievements. I hope you like a lot of of puzzles and games because this game has a ton of them! The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly progressive, interactive list finds where you find the first item on the list and use it somewhere in the scene to obtain the next item and so forth. There are also silhouetted shape finds, and you have the option to play a Match 3 game instead. The Mini Games are around every corner, clever puzzles requiring you swap panels to allow a path for a ball to drop, or turn disks to match up color coded paths, finding 12 different fear symbols by using directional arrows on a telescope, or playing a variation of chess where you move tokens to available areas to either overtake your opponent or add more of your tokens than the opponent. My favorite game required you to swap disks so that the multi colored outer ring around the disks match all disks around them, left, right, top and bottom. The Collector's Edition has Wallpapers, Concept Art, Developer's Diary, Achievements, Music, Mini Games, Collections, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-06-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Based on full game completed- SE & Bonus HERE'S WHATS MISSING note: always check the drop down "newest" in the "review category" because these are usually the people that completed the whole game! This is a copy of my CE review for this game. BASED ON FULL SE GAME & BONUS. **********MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS********** The storyline could have been really good, but I felt it was kindof all over the place. You play as Amber's father and each time there is a new "fear" you call out to your daughter and she ignores you only to end up needing your help. At one place at the end of SE you are in a tigers pen and Amber shuts the door on you! This game would have been WAY better with segmented- fear stories assigned to different characters as we see in Redemption Cemetary- Childhood fears- If you like this SM you might like this one too. The SE took me 4hr 30min and the end stands on its own. Bonus play took me 1hr 5 min TOTAL GP- 5HR 35MIN BONUS CONTENT: XTRA GAMEPLAY- that takes a bit over an hour. ALL the areas are NEW PLAY! The story is a bit weird. You are Amber's father again, and you continue chasing Amber. There is a Blue smoke monster created by Henry Cromby and you find out he made the amusement park you play in bonus- 500 years ago. STRAT GUIDE- There is a 50pg wtg that contains 6 chapters -including bonus level- SE is from pages 3-40 and XPLAY is from pgs 41-49. When you open a pic you have to reclick it to put it back, which is kindof annoying. CUTSCENE REPLAY- is found when you open the map -note the map is also not as easy to get to as most games I've played. 5 WALLPAPERS- each one is a 12 piece jigsaw you put together. 1 is of Mellissa in sanatorium, 1 of Amusement park scene from SE, 1 of carosel with the fear device, 1 of Arthur in graveyard, and 1 of Amber in the bird cornfield near the jack o lantern. 18 PICS OF THE DEVELOPERS STARS- They are at an amusement park and I call them stars because they are to me! We love to meet the creators, so I loved this! 6 SAVEABLE MUSIC TRACKS- the Arthur track is beautiful! 20 concept art- all in secondary smaller windows, not logo'd and not saveable Re-playable- 8 minigames MELISSA'S WALL- This is the page devoted to the collectables you pick up throughout the game, and each one is a diary like notation made by Melissa. DEVELOPERS::::::: I wish they had done without Melissa's wall and given us at least one SCREENSAVER that stays with the computer as a reminder you liked the game enough to buy the CE last time...so you probably will want the next segment! A great sales reminder! RE BONUS PLAY- ALL THE AREAS ARE NEW! I love when DEV do this -and in fact I remember Sable Maze-Sullivan River's bonus was one of the best bonus's I've played & was as good as the game! These are the NEW AREAS OF PLAY on the MAP you will play: 1. Carnival center 2. Roller coaster platform- mini gm pulling levers up 3. Roller coaster tracks- HOP-silhouette- you play it twice here, once progressive & MG AKA mini-game: rotate pieces to create a picture. 4. Whirl around-MG press buttons in sequence, MG adjust rings on a maze, MG match shapes to wrenches-fun 5. Whirl around- back/MG pull ropes so they don't overlap- skipped it. 6.Mystery House entrance-MG light 6 parts- but 1 effects the nxt., MG Toggle hands on a clock- it can't be skipped and this one annoyed me. 7. Mystery house foyer- adorable Siamese-himal. cat! and a HOP you play twice, once progressive & once list 8. Haunted house- 2nd floor hall 9. Facility back entrance 10. Dollhouse- MG you grow a FAST flower 11. Volcano room- too weird, there is a cave inside the house. MG place blocks to fit an area 12. Fear machine room- MG- turn arrows to face up-1 effects the next A pretty please NOTE TO DEVELOPERS: In chapter 2 there is a metal trap. Please don't put those in casual games! All in all I am glad I bought the CE of this game. The extra play was worth it. I loved the bonus's end. Well done! Hugs for all the effort that went into this!
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Game This was a solidly good game. I was glad it was an SE. The gameplay did not seem as fleshed out as a CE should be. I was able to use a bonus coupon for it which made it even better.
Date published: 2015-06-20
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