Weird Park: The Final Show

Weird Park: The Final Show

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A young boy has stepped into a closet and disappeared. Cops and journalists have swarmed his home looking for answers but they can’t see what lies behind the veil of reality - a bizarre alternate dimension created by a twisted imagination! Take the role of an investigative report and unlock the door to the other world. Save the child and bring an end to Mr. Dudley’s reign of terror.

Can you solve the puzzles he put in place to stop you from reaching the boy? Will you be able to cling to your sanity as you explore strange worlds that defy everything you have ever believed? Most importantly, the fate of Louis the Clown lies in your hands…what will you decide?

The curtain closes on the Weird Park saga in this shocking third chapter in the hit series. Don't miss this stunning final installment in the Weird Park trilogy!

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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: 1144 MB

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Weird Park: The Final Show 4.5 5 97 97
Great game! This is a well produced game with good artwork and great VOs. The music fits well, too. It's weird, but that's the name of the game. The story is interesting and is well told. There is another story after you complete the first one - it's a long game. Game play is top-notch. There is one of every kind of HOS, and they are all IA. There are many puzzles, and they are well designed. The HINT button works well, and there is a jump map. This is one of the better designed games I have seen. I don't know why nobody else has reviewed it. Maybe because it isn't a fairy tale with a handsome prince. Play this game. You will enjoy it. November 30, 2014
Step into a surrealistic world I love Weird Park because it keeps its promises...It is weird and full of surprises like all the other games in this series. I liked everything about. But above all I liked the atmosphere of this game. It feels like being out of space and time, alone in a quiet, surrealistic world solving beautiful puzzles ,following the mysterious dwarf who slips into another world beyond imagination the moment you think you are about to reach him. Weird Park is unique... November 29, 2014
Weird Park = Weird Fun I am a lover of all things quirky and unusual, so it comes as no surprise that I love the Weird Park series. Weird Park: The Final Show is the best of the trilogy with awesome graphics. great sound, unusual characters/locations, and a creepy, surreal storyline. For someone who does not like puzzles, I found them strangely compelling. Each puzzle had an element of something different which made you think, without it becoming too taxing. No lame simple sliders or mind-boggling brain drains here. Most were interactive and fun. The hidden objects scenes had a modicum of interactivity, making them feel a bit like a puzzle, but still keeping it a seek-and-find. There was a mild curse word that might be offensive to some, though much worse is heard on just about any tv show and many "family" movies. I don't think the Weird Park series is particularly geared toward children, so it shouldn't be a problem for most teens and adults. If mild cursing is an issue for you, this one might be one you need to skip. But, if you are up for some weird and freaky fun, this is the game for you. November 29, 2014
LOVE IT ! LOVE IT ! LOVE IT !!! I HAVE THE FIRST TWO AND I SO ENJOYED BOTH THIS ONE IS SO FAR EVEN BETTER!! I LOVE THE LITTLE JOKER THE WAY HE RUNS AND HOW HE YELLS AT US HO SCENES ARE AMAZING SOOOO INVOLVED THANK YOU FOR WHEN A KEY GOES IN A LOCK I GET TO TURN IT INSTEAD OF IT MAGICALY TURNING ITSELF IM HAVING MORE FUN PLAYING THIS THAN THE NEW CE I LOVE THE WAY YOU GUYS MAKE A GAME AND IVE ALWAYS LOVED ALAWARE!!! MAKE SOME MORE AND HURRY!!! November 29, 2014
An Ideal Wrap Up! This is a really satisfying game that gives everything it sets out to. A conclusion to the story of Dudley and Louis which is somehow very pleasing and in the final stage of the story, beyond the main conclusion and serving in place of a bonus chapter, we learn who Dudley is. It is also a wonderfully weird adventure which will appeal to anyone who liked the dimensional forays of Buckeroo Banzai or Dr. Strange or Howard the Duck. And it is satisfyingly long... but... but this is where a problem perhaps appears. How to make a HOPA longer without adding a numbing quantity of puzzles and scenes which are not really necessary to the plot. At one point in particular I felt the job at hand of freeing a potential helper got almost lost in task after task back and forth over many locations. I can understand if someone marks the game down for this but it is not all that easy to make a game long without adding the equivalent of filler is it? Anyway this game does not succeed in that. Yet more than in most games I felt real stirrings of adventure, going through a door between worlds, getting on a roller-coaster, and at the end laying out the four runes of a name... recommending it then. December 22, 2014
A Lucky Bag full of Surprises You play as journalist who investigates the strange disappearance of the boy Patrick Audley. He was of course abducted by evil Mr. Dudley and the big, fat clown, whom we met already in previous Weird Park games. When you come to the house where Patrick disappeared, you find Mr. Dudley rummaging through the boy's toys. But before you can catch up with him, he slips away through a magical portal ... and you follow ? whoosh ? into a weird place between the worlds. Congratulation devs, for being the first to discover that a rusty latch can be opened by simply using a hammer! Ok, the oil can is needed anyway, but later in the game *lol* In pursuing Mr. Dudley we stumble over the clown who is chained to a machine and not anymore evil. What was already hinted in "Scary Tales" is fully out-played in the last part of the trilogy: Louis Gauche is a victim, a sad, overweight artist who only yearned for the public's appreciation - but tragically fell to his death. Actually, fat Louis has a conscience and a good heart and helps you now in rescuing the boy and defeating the malicious imp. The map shows available actions and lets you jump. Very useful, since the game is long, the scenes are many, and one might easily get lost. The hidden objects scenes were various, very entertaining and never boring. For example you assemble a dragon and look for its pieces, or you have silhouettes and search for tools that open boxes, where you find the next tool, and so on. Rather seldom you have HOPs with lists, but even those are interactive. Minigames have a fresh, original tinge; some were too difficult for me, but I will of course try again. It's a game you want to play more than once. I was glad that the monsters/obstacles were mostly mechanical animals, and I had not to kill real snakes or real spiders. Well, except ... there were some insects in one scene. Which I had to spray with INSECTICIDE. Boo that, game designers! Have you not heard yet that insecticide is the main reason for the mass death of bees all over the world? Do I have to tell you how your food supply would look without bees? You were so smart with the hammer, why this relapse into ignorance? I'm still waiting for the first dev who gently nudges bugs out of the way with a twig or some such ;) The inventory bar is not lockable, or I'm to stupid to lock it, but it drove me a bit nuts at the beginning. Every time I wanted to go back, it popped up. The music - more shreds and clouds of ambience - is not very intrusive, but nevertheless became repetitive. The sound effects on the other hand are superb, as well as the voice overs, the cheerful graphic art, the wacky characters, the clever HOPs ... I'm just thrilled and must urgently, immediately go back to Weird Park. Caution: this game makes you instantly addictive. December 4, 2014
Hours and hours of Funtastical Adventure Played the long awaited next installment of my favorite series over the weekend and am having a hard time to find the words to describe how much FUN it was. Played all day on a Saturday thinking it would be a quick finish on Sunday only to be surprised with a "wait there's more" moment! It took me by such surprise that I am still not sure whether that extra took place in the past or in the future but I'm hoping it was the future because it would mean Mr. Dudley might be back... and his reign of terror isn't over after all. One can only hope. At any rate..... KUDOS to the developer for one outstanding series and one long, funtastic SE !!! December 2, 2014
WHAT GREAT FUN I LOVED the game and even stuck around to find there was MORE!!! Some of the mini-games were shamelessly simple but SO WHAT??!? One reviewer commented on the mini-game with the little strange stick-like gal needing a dress and it was a hoot. Stick-like gal mumbled along in a silly gait and THAT was worth the price of admission for me! I have played all the Weird Park games and this the best. I was trying to imagine the minds of these developers 'cause they must be gifted with a fabulous sense of humor!! I do hope they'll do more!! December 1, 2014
Delightful First class production. The story is engaging. The only time I did not want to skip the cut scenes. The characters are believable considering they are based on fantasy. This game is not predictable. It even includes a bonus game and guide. The map is very useful. November 29, 2014
all the park games are great Good game. Puzzles are fun and interactive. Game has a pretty good storyline. Graphics are good. Has a good flow even thou there is lots of going back and forth. Enjoyed the game. December 15, 2014
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