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From Daily Magic Productions, creators of Dark Dimensions and Ominous Objects, comes a thrilling new installment of the Sable Maze series!

After 20 years, you’ve finally come to terms with the fact that your brother is gone for good. But when you return to the place where he went missing to pay your final respects, you find yourself pulled into a strange maze filled with spirits and shadows. Evidence of your brother litters your path, and you begin to wonder… Could he still be alive, somewhere in the maze? Track down the truth as you fight for your freedom in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Sable Maze: Soul Catcher 4.1 5 10 10
We Have Arrived Hope You Survive! It's been 20 years since young Darren vanished from Sullivan River Summer Camp and Darren has been trying to reach out to his brother Aaron through his dreams. Aaron must return to Sullivan's River and enter the Maze to the underworld to help his brother, but someone doesn't want him there and the spirits are restless. The only way out of the Maze is through the gate in the Tree of Life, found at the center of the Maze, but, can Aaron make it through the maze alive, or will he join his brother in the underworld for the rest of eternity? It seems like Sable Maze is getting creepier with each new release, but none of them seem to compare with the original.....until now! This game has some of the most clever Puzzles I've ever seen. Let's face it, the mini games can either make or break the game, and this one should earn an award for creativity! The Collector's Edition has Morphing Jigsaw pieces, one in each scene, to collect and assemble to create 4 different Screensavers, as well as the usual Achievements to earn, and 10 Collectible Character Figures located throughout the game. Many of the inventory items have Plus Signs indicating some type of interaction is required before using the item, some of which have puzzles to tinker with as well. The Hidden Object Scenes are just average, one of which is repeated in the same scene which really bothers me every time. There are only a few available in the demo itself, the first requires you to find 5 alike items on the left of the bar, and 5 different items on the right. When all 10 items have been found they will unlock two separate list columns. The next HOP is a progressive interactive list find followed by finding several Fragments in the same scene.You can opt to play a Match 3 game instead of the HOP's. The Mini Games are either new or have a whole new twist on an older version, they are refreshing and entertaining, by far some of the best puzzles I can remember playing in a long time. Below are brief descriptions of some of the Mini Games you will encounter during the demo: 1) Restore the image by rotating the tiles but one tile affects other tiles. 2) Restore the map by choosing one of the three tiles on the left that fit into the next puzzle space and then choosing what column it belongs in. 3) Rotate the 3D image until it comes into focus then place the pieces correctly. 4) Slide the tokens into the slots matching the same color as the outlines. 5) Swap the skulls to complete the design behind them. 6) Raise all tiles to illuminate all tiles, one affects others. 7) Repair a net using thread of three different lengths. 8) Remove roses by jumping one another until only one remains. 9) Drag the Chain lock through a maze landing on buttons to open various gates blocking the paths. 10) Complete the center medallion by maneuvering the four jeweled tokens. The Collector's Edition has 15 Developer's Diary pictures, 11 Concept Art pictures, 8 Wallpapers, 10 Collectible Character Figures, 6 Match 3 levels, 6 Music Soundtracks, 37 Achievements, Collectible Morphing Puzzle pieces which will create 4 different Screensavers, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy January 29, 2016
Excellent visuals, a little bit short My rating is based on completion of SE and fulfillment of most of my personal requirements. - Story: I like fantasies, thus the story was fine for me. You are going to rescue your brother. On the way, you?re helping several lost souls. Unfortunately, you can?t leave the maze with your brother at the end. That was unusually. - Difficulty to be customized. You can choose: tutorial, map marks, glitter, contextual pointer or plus-item, hint/skip recharges. Unfortunately, you can?t exclude helping texts. - Excellent visuals: very colorful and detailed. - A lot of locations. They are parted, most of the time you have something about 5-6 locations accessible. - Very well animated. - Good voice over, matching the characters. Sometimes it is not totally synchronized. - Tools: An interactive map. Actually not necessary, there are not too many locations (s.a). With a little back and forth it is playable. - Nice HO?s: They were pretty good and lucid. - You can switch to match 3. - Lots of different mini games: Several were challenging. - Challenge: The tasks were logical. The helping texts were several times necessary. Usually I prefer playing w/o them, but it was not too bad having them. Altogether it was quite interesting. Minor dislikes: - Length: it could have been a little bit longer, I needed well below 4 hours. - End: too abrupt. Despite these small dislikes, I gave 5 stars because of styling, graphics, voices, mini games and challenge. February 2, 2016
Smooth game Although somewhat short, or maybe just normal for a SE I totally enjoyed this game. Very smooth gameplay with an options setting so you can set the hint/skip to refresh real quickly which is always a plus in my book. HOS were easy and interactive which made the game flow along well. Some puzzles I found difficult and not clear while others were very easy. I skipped the ones I didn't want to deal with...another plus for the fast skip setting. Story different but the ending came a bit quickly and not like one would expect; I had hoped for a happier one. Color, animations, voice-overs..it was all excellent as well as the transporter map was extremely helpful. I suspect the story may have been fleshed out a bit more in a CE or perhaps it is being set up for a sequel...one never knows. February 1, 2016
Will You Finally Find Your Brother? Our story begins with a revisit to Sullivan?s River where twenty years ago where several people vanished including your brother Darren who has been coming to you in your dreams. Your brother?s body was never found so what is he trying to tell you? Maybe this visit Sullivan River and the creation of a memorial might just be the thing to put your mind at ease. As you are preparing the memorial to your brother and the others who are missing you are suddenly whisked away to another reality and this is where the search for Darren really heats up. The game does offer a custom mode so if you like to set up your hint and skip times here?s your chance. The voiceovers are good but lip sync is a bit odd and sometimes is shown in close-up circles while there is no lip movement in the larger screen and at other times there is lip-sync without the close-up, which makes it seem rather hit or miss. It is not a big thing in the scheme of the game but it points out a lack of attention to detail. Your tools include an interactive map that is found early in the game. To access your map you will click on the tablet in the lower left section of your screen. The other tool is a rune sign that wards off evil spirits but, beware, you must complete a mini-game before it can be used. The mini-game is not one of my favorites and I am sure those evil spirits would have devoured me before I ever managed to charge the rune if this was real life and not a game. The HOPS are interactive and multi-tiered meaning that in many of them we must first find so many of two types of items to open the scene. Even though the list of items to find in some of the HOPS, they were a bit challenging at times. If the game has a strong point, it is the puzzles. There are far more puzzles than there are HOPS and although some of them are easy many seemed more difficult. I particularly disliked the rune activating puzzle because I often find that type of puzzle frustrating. There is not much to say about the CE content because it is fairly standard and you either like the CEs or you don?t. For those of you who want to know there are collectibles and morphing objects. In Soul Catcher we are AGAIN dealing with an evil being who steals souls and I am becoming so bored with this overworked theme. Can?t anyone come up with something new? I keep thinking, and I must be wrong, that game developers are very creative but obviously they only know how to do one thing repetitively. Although we are revisiting Sullivan River, Soul Catcher is more of a fantasy type game with lots of color rather than the decaying camp setting of the original game. Even though I am tired of the storyline theme, I do like many of the puzzles, and overall found the game playable and entertaining. It was easier in Soul Catcher to figure out where to go and what to do because of the interactive map but I found the puzzles a bit more difficult. My plea to game devs is that with the start of a new year, perhaps they can close the book on this rehashed storyline and come up with something refreshing. I am still going to give the game high marks for graphics and gameplay because I am sure that there are many of you who will be over the moon with the game. As for me, it wasn?t exactly what I was looking for but there is always next year. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Soul Catcher is a game you will enjoy. January 29, 2016
returning to sdullivan river to find your brother there is a custom level and interactive map. you have returned to sullivan river 20 years after your brother's disappearance. he has been coming to you in your dreams. you and your friends are at the memorial for the missing children and you and your friends are trying to update it. next thing you know you are transported to another world where you have a masked person trying to help you get back to where you came from. alistair is the enemy and you need to get rid of him. i really can't say too much more without giving away an important item in the game. sequel.....oh i believe so. it has been set up; that way. March 20, 2016
Thank you for this game I love all hidden games Thank you so much Big Fish Games January 30, 2016
Sable Maze 5 Soul Catcher may not Catch everyone's interest... Daily Magic returns with another edition to the Sable Maze Franchise which obviously shows a fan base for this series. So, we are searching for our brother, who by this time must be an adult, unless there is some mysterious time warp in the maze. I didn't like the story, it's been done before. Some of the reviews from the CE calls the theme "overworked," which it is. The graphics were more of the same. The puzzles and HOS too were pretty ordinary. The collectible puzzle pieces were gigantic. Then there are those 37 ridiculous achievements. Get one for telling your friend you'd help her clean up the memorial. Get one for talking to just about anyone. Get one for plain playing the game. The congratulatory notices pop-up constantly. There is even an achievement skipping puzzles! Some will never, ever, buy a game where you need to skip to win. Or play more than once to get all the achievements, since I expect there is one for not skipping. I am sure that fans of this series will find this game interesting and fun to play. It's just difficult not to compare this edition to the previous ones if you have played all of them. The first time I used the rune on the hand I found it very difficult. The second time I found it a little easier since I caught on how to manipulate the pieces. I thought you had to turn the whole piece but there were actually 2 or 3 pieces you had to turn and place until the whole thing came together. The navigation of this point and click adventure is effortless and the voice over lip sync is great. I recommend playing the demo, the SE is definitely worth a game credit. If you are concerned about challenges with new releases, I urge gamers to review posts in the tech issues in the appropriate BF forum - you never know. Nowadays every second game can be potentially glitchy. Enjoy! January 29, 2016
FIND YOUR BROTHER DARREN REVIEW FROM COMPLETED GAME AND BONUS You play Aaron and are looking for your brother Darren who went missing 20 years ago. There is: * Voiceovers (with dialogue); * Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom modes of play; * Interactive map. The graphics are quite good and clear to see everything. Colours are bright but not gaudy. Sound is good. I honestly didn't even notice the music but I found I was playing to silence most of the time. The hidden object games are varied. In some you need to find 5 objects and take a key to unlock the next lot of objects. Some are interactive where you find one object to use to find another, etc. Some are silhouette and you need to find two of each item. Some are find the differences. All of these are very easy to do. There are a huge range of mini-games to play. Some of these only took me seconds to do and there were others that took a while. There are a lot, and I mean a huge, amount of sliding and rotating tiles games to play. I grew bored with them after I while, but you may like them more than me. A lot of time was spent getting the tiles in the right order and/or colour . You have a rune sign on your hand that wards off evil spirits. However, be warned this can be tricky to use and you need to hold the mouse for quite a while before the pieces click in together. I got used to it after about the third time I used it, but its very tricky and clunky to use and I know a lot of fishies won't like this. I didn't like it much and sort of gritted my teeth as I did each one. I didn't need to use the interactive map at all because you are only going a couple of steps forward or backward. So do you get the CE or SE? In the CE there are 37 Achievements. You also need to find 10 Collectibles and wallpaper pieces which are not hidden and you just grab them as you go. Personally, I think the SE will suffice better because there was no challenge in finding these. Overall, its not a bad game. The characters are nice, the HOS and mini-games are not taxing on the brain, and it will fill in an afternoon or evening without getting too bored. January 29, 2016
Q: Why Are We Back? A: To Find The Story. Your brother, Darren, disappeared at Sullivan River Camp, the site of an earlier Sable Maze game. You go back to refresh a memorial to the kids that disappeared at the same time as your brother. Suddenly you are outside the gates to another reality/world. How did you get here? Why? And how do you get home? The adventure has begun. Good stuff: The voices were OK, although strangley only the insets had moving lips. The music was not offensive. In the Demo there were HOPs with two steps - find five of two items to unlock a very short list of items to find as well as a HOP to find all the pieces to a picture. There is a threatening character, very little story-line, and lots of pedestrian puzzles. Bad stuff: The "rune" I get to fight the souls is attached to a nasty "3D" puzzle. I'd run miles to avoid doing it again. Every scene is tinted blue. And I'm out in the woods looking for the brother that disappeared 20 years ago. There is No urgency here and very little story line. There must be an alternative to another soul snatcher/lost child - or at least some explanation of why - something that makes me want to explore another run through what feels like familiar territory. I just don't want to hunt for a story-line again. This is a new year. I want something fresh and vibrant and this game is just not it. I will not recommend something I won't purchase. Try the game for yourself. If you find a story, send out a signal. January 31, 2016
There are always worst things Probably not the worst, but pretty bad. The game moves very slow which I did not enjoy. The storyline ended abruptly. The games were either too easy or ridiculously hard and couldn't be finished. I thought the visuals where very good! The hidden objects were a good challenge. February 1, 2016
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