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From Eipix Entertainment, creators of Sea of Lies, Danse Macabre, and Myths of the World, comes an exciting new installment in the Final Cut series!

Audrey Quinn is the silver screen's latest It Girl, but her reclusive lifestyle has fans and reporters clamoring for information. When a concerned friend asks you to investigate Audrey, you realize that her reclusiveness wasn't just the act of a spoiled star - it was for her own protection. It seems someone got behind the scenes of Audrey's life... with tragic results. Now you find yourself racing to find answers before the curtain goes down in this dazzling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Final Cut: Fame Fatale 3.9 5 14 14
2 actoress and then only one you are called in for a murder of an actress. you follow people associated with her and find out about them. this game has a custom level and interactive map. the HO scenes are varied. some are straight HO scenes, some are fragmented, some are silhouettes. the puzzles are kind of hard. i solved a few. July 31, 2015
I'm giving this one high cudos! I don't usually like the "run here and run there" games, but this one is quite interesting and intriguing! Music was exciting and varied. There were a lot of things to do and good puzzles. Story line is good and I really wanted to know what happened to the characters. Most of these kinds of games, I just didn't care--and sometimes even wished some wimpy characters would get rubbed out for good! I may actually purchase the full version of this one! July 2, 2015
another brilliant Final Cut game I have played all the Final Cut series, and can't praise them highly enough. The story lines are always interesting enough to keep me engrossed, the graphics are fantastic and I love the music score. This game has lots of different scenes, so there is always something new around the corner. The game itself is of reasonable length, and of just about the right difficulty for me, I am a fairly experienced player but a casual one, so I usually play the casual level.I would have liked the game to be longer, but that's only because I was enjoying myself so much!! Hurry up with the next one, Big Fish!! July 22, 2015
Best Final Cut Episode Yet! Very happy with this game. The artwork is gorgeous especially the art deco style environments. Very happy, bright colors throughout. Quite Fantastical! It has a lot of different things to do and rolls right along gracefully, so it was very relaxing to play. The Final Cut group is really progressing rapidly, judging from all the games I have played and always liked. This one however, exceeds . - getting better all the time. July 9, 2015
First a projector, now a necklace. What's next? This game is set in either late fifties or early sixties so it has a really great vibe at the start when you're at a giant film festival will all the hottest celebrities. It carries through the game as the scenes are excellently done and look so realistic. HO scenes are a good combination of the traditional word list but with also a mix of silhouette and puzzles ones as well. Great game. November 23, 2015
A very good game Its fun to play.I would recommend this to anyone to play. June 26, 2015
Fame Fatale Audrey Quinn is Wolf Studios latest rising star, a diva who tries desperately to keep her private life out of the limelight. This years film festival has two leading ladies competing for the top recognition, Audrey Quinn and Veronica Malone. When a concerned "friend" requests your services as a discrete detective to get the scoop on Audrey, you begin to question everyone's motive. What is Audrey hiding that is so intriguing to Veronica? There's nothing better than a Final Cut mystery at Wolf Studios, right? Whether you choose the Collector's Edition with 41 hidden Wolf Studio symbols, and an abundance of Achievements, or this Standard Edition, you just can't go wrong! Some of the inventory items have plus signs indicating that some type of interaction must be done before using that item such as combining it with another inventory item. The Hidden Object Scenes are what makes this game so entertaining. All HOS have a variety of options, at first there may be list finds followed by silhouetted shapes, or you may have to find multiples of a couple items to receive a tool which will expose a list find, some even have descriptions that require you to find the item that matches the brief description given. The Collector's Edition has Morphing Objects within most of the HOP's to discover, 15 in total. If you're not into HOP's, you can opt to play a Match 3 game instead. The Mini Games are quite decent ranging from simple tasks of swapping statues to the correct place according to the shape of the pedestal, to more complicated puzzles. My favorite was swapping tiles so that all symbols matched their neighboring tiles on all sides. None of the games are difficult so far, but they are enjoyable. The Collector's Edition has Achievements, replayable Puzzles and Hidden Object Scenes, 41 Collectible Wolf Studio Symbols, 15 Morphing Objects in the HOS, the Making of, Pictures, Music, a Souvenir Room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! June 26, 2015
The Price of Fame This is posted after playing the entire game played in casual mode. Really enjoyed this one. There were tons of things to do and kept my interest from the beginning. As usual from Eipix, the graphics and sound were excellent. The only difficulty I had were some scenes were difficult to see, because things seemed very small, but that is probably because of my computer. It's time to head back to the shop with her. Other than that, the colors were great, and the effects as well as the music were extremely well done. Voice overs were well executed and seemed more natural than a lot we have been getting here lately. The hidden object scenes were pretty easy and varied. Everything from silhouettes, to lists, to matching, to.. you name it they were in this game. The mini games were as difficult as the hidden objects were easy. I did have problems understanding what to do and more importantly how to do them. I really must practice patience, but I don't think that's going to happen at my age. There were several minis that were new to me and I did give all of them a chance, but with that skip button firing up so quickly, I soon over came the problem... :-) If you like challenging brain teasers these mini games will suit you just fine. To help you along there is an interactive map that does show places of interest and will transport you to that scene. The hint also is quick to recover and was very helpful. Some times, it would pop up a window and tell me where to go. That didn't happen all the time, but it was handy when it did. So far as the story, Big Fish explained the premise very well so I won't bore you with a rehash of it. The story is kind of a continuation of the Wolf Studios series, and kept my interest pretty much all the way through. The only thing I found was a mix up in gender of the hero/heroine. It started out with a male voice, when he/she encountered the first person, he/she was addressed as mam, and ended with a male again. Thought that was funny. Maybe I missed something along the way, but I don't think so. I couldn't tell from the ending if there will be anymore in this series, but it might just be. Although the quality of this game was a bit less than what I have grown to expect from Eipix, it was still very good. I always enjoy their productions and this was no exception. Just as an aside, I have been going back and playing my old games and it is just amazing how things have changed, for the better over the years. Designers, such as Eipix and others, have led the way and set standards for others to follow. My hat is off to these people who work so hard to bring us games and challenges trying to please all the various factions of players. I thank each and everyone of you. June 27, 2015
Final Cut: Fame Fatale I liked it very much and would buy this one as I would like to see the ending. It's on my list of games to buy. June 27, 2015
Confusing Tale with Glitz and Glamour I bought this game for nostalgic reasons, because I have all the other Final Cut episodes except the first. But I'm slightly bewildered: Eipix took this sequel away from the Wolf family and Wolf studios - a big incision. Though the story still follows the movie world and is set at a film festival (at least in the first chapter). According to the women's fashion, it plays in the late Fifties, early Sixties - however the hairdos are from 1946 ;) The famous invention of Morton Wolf which could feign whole environments was seemingly developed further. It's now a ?projector necklace? and can transform the appearance of its bearer in an instant. The story is confusing and complex. I had to play it twice to comprehend what actually happened. Some people simply transform with this necklace and look exactly like other persons, down to voice and outfit. The characters are not well introduced, thus I often had to guess who is in relation to whom, and why. Heavens, what have they done to Final Cut? I mean, firstly Eipix rips the player out of the familiar surroundings, secondly they even tossed out the notorious film projector which was always a key part of the series. A bit much change all at once. Also, I don't know whether this necklace is such a good development. What's next? Magical glasses to read and overwrite other people's minds? Meh. To me, this is a quite absurd and muddled sequel. Since it is an Eipix game it still is fun to play if we leave aside the weak story. The artwork is gorgeous and attractive, especially in the HOs. They are enjoyably varied, often terrible junk piles, beautifully arranged colour explosions, veiled with light effects; the items sometimes so cleverly put that they are virtually ?invisible? in full view. The music however is the unimpressive and uninspired piano/guitar plonking as usual; nice enough at the beginning, but soon repetitive and boring. I also wonder why cut scenes in Eipix games became so pixelly and grainy. The challenge clearly lies in the HOs. Puzzles, except two or three, are rather on the easy side, that is, entertaining without being frustrating. There are rare traces of humour, for example: ?Not bad, I managed to light all the candles in the first attempt?, after some candles have been automatically ignited. Or: ?That's right, I'm the puzzle master!?, after a successfully completed (very simple) puzzle. More of that, dear devs! I know that somebody somewhere at Eipix must have rescued his subversive wit. Let him make more use of it. Sometimes one could think that even life itself is not as grave as Eipix games lately have become ... In the final scene, the ominous necklace is recovered (by the military?) and shipped out, and the last sentence is: ?The operation is about to begin.? Really? With the shape shifter-necklace and a bunch of other transformed people? Please not. Let the Final Cut series die in dignity. June 29, 2015
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