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You've been cordially invited to attend the performance of Thurman the Magnificent, one of the world's greatest illusionists. His entire career rests on the success of this trick, and Thurman is worried someone may be sabotaging it. He wants you to watch for anyone suspicious at the premiere. Will his performance bring down the house, or will his toughest rival top his act with something even more spectacular? The Master of Flames will soon learn that when you play with fire, you get burned.

  • Over 50 morphing items to find
  • Backstory of Addington and Thurman in the bonus chapter
  • Lots of Wallpapers, Concept Art and Achievements
  • Bonus Pyramid Solitaire game

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 652 MB

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Small Town Terrors: Galdor's Bluff Collector's Edition 3.7 5 36 36
The CE is Solitaire Heaven This review is based on the completed Collector?s Edition. This is fun, easy, relaxed gameplay. I love this game, both the main game and the bonus chapter. I like the nostalgic graphics and found them charming. The graphics are less sophisticated than what you might find from some developers. However, I like these types of graphics. I compare them to the original Disney cartoons which were hand drawn and more appealing. The later Disney cartoons rely heavily on CGI and have lost the character and soul that came through in the hand-drawn illustrations. That?s how this game felt to me. I enjoyed this storyline. The music and voiceovers suited the story and never became annoying for me. I really liked the HOPs, but if you don?t want to play them, you can choose to play solitaire instead. The solitaire that is available in each HOS is pyramid solitaire. You clear the pyramid by removing pairs of cards that total 13. The HOS?s were very easy and so were the puzzles. I didn?t have to skip any puzzles, and I almost always have to skip at least one. (The puzzles were more challenging in the bonus chapter. There is a guide, and I had to consult it on one of the bonus puzzles.) The game never became frustrating, and I appreciate that. I really dislike games that become frustrating since I mostly play to relax. My favorite part of this game is the bonus content in the collector?s edition. The bonus content includes 6 different games of solitaire, and I love solitaire. The games of solitaire include: Pyramid, Baroness, Golf, The Wish, Monte Carlo, and Accordion. Pyramid is the same game available in each HOS throughout the main game and bonus chapter. Baroness is similar to it, in that you clear the table by removing pairs that total 13, but the setup is totally different. In Golf, you?re clearing the table by moving all cards to the foundation. The sequence is one up or one down. In The Wish game, you remove cards from piles in pairs. In the Monte Carlo game, you pair cards with adjacent cards. In the Accordion, you have to consolidate the entire pack into one pile. I found it to be the most confusing one to figure out. This is the first game I?ve played where I liked the bonus content even more than the actual game. I usually remove a game after I?ve played it, but because of the solitaire games, I?ll be leaving this one on my computer for quite some time. This has now become my go-to game for solitaire. March 10, 2015
Calling All Gaming Detectives! Galdor's Bluff Needs You! I am unsure of why reviewers are so quick to give a negative response on a good game! Having neither worked as hard as any of these Developers, our meager part here is in playing, maybe writing in a review for other gamers and, hopefully, purchasing. Besides, demo reviews are based purely on playing a mere fraction of the time, energy, dedication and hard work invested to create a game. I am weary of seeing the "sainted games" get all the great advertising and undeserved five star reviews. Having said that, the story is the game and this one has a true mystery to solve which is something to look forward to for we gamers---or we Detectives! I like straight forward and would like to see more of these older game styles brought back as there is much too much glitter and glitz and not enough gaming substance. Small Town Terrors has not disappointed gamers so far and this game is no exception! For this buy one, get one weekend, Galdor's Bluff is an immediate purchase to add to my BFG collection! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- March 8, 2015
Two Illusionists But Who's Tricking Who? I liked the game, it was straightforward, relatively easy and that?s the sort of game I wanted to play today. I purchased the game and was pleased to see they had a buy 1 get 1 free deal because there was another game I also wanted. I played about another hour after the demo and am enjoying it. There are 4 Chapters plus the Bonus Game Levels: Casual, Expert, Hardcore and Custom. Inventory: It?s lockable Music: I didn?t take much notice of it but that does mean it wasn?t annoying otherwise I would have turned it off. Voices: Very good clear voices and the lip synch was good too. Map: It?s a jump map which shows you where to go but sometimes it?s not that helpful. HOPS: There were quite a lot of them, mainly lists of objects to find, or objects to find in the scene in order to return them to their rightful place. Not really very interactive. Alternatively you can Play a Solitaire Card game instead. Mini Games/Puzzles: All do-able although one took me a fair bit of time. Morphing Objects: There are 37 to collect and are relatively easy to spot. Achievements: There are 15 of them and you can view them in the Bonus Content.. Extras: Concept Art, Wallpapers and Solitaire Game which gives you a choice of 6 different types to play. There were a couple of things that I felt were wrong, firstly the Strategy Guide returns to the Home page when you close it which is annoying. Secondly it tells you to use the chalk that you were given after playing a HOP to play a mini game but I wasn?t given a piece of chalk. I resigned myself to skipping the mini game as I couldn?t progress further, however when I moved the cursor over the puzzle it became the chalk. I hope that tip helps as I was wandering around for about 10 minutes looking for it. March 7, 2015
10 out of 10 Obviously we all have different requirements when we choose a game. I like a bit of fantasy and challenge but am not the best thinker on the the planet. However this game was fun and not too hard for a dummy like me. Lots of junk pile HOPs with slight interaction which I really dislike in general - however I found myself actually enjoying them. Must admit swopping to the card game quite often though which was also fun. I loved the game in general and was very impressed with the story handled in the bonus chapter. Shades of Harry Potter! For someone like me to actually get all the achievements is unreal! First time that's happened in a while. The circle puzzle which I had to skip in the main game worked fine in the bonus puzzles and I completed it there before I played the bonus game thus earning the non-skip achievement. The guide irritated me though- kept going back to the beginning. The morphing objects were very easy to spot and the map worked very well. Yes the whole game was quite short but for thinking out of the box and keeping me interested enough to keep looking - THANKS to the developers! Overall though I had a lot of fun and will play this game again without hopefully needing the guide at all Try it - you may be surprised how easily you get sucked into this magical world. March 10, 2015
Loved it One thing I loved was the English accents, the graphics were also very good, the only criticism I have is, although the map is interactive, for me it wasn't in depth enough, when you are in the castle and the mansion, the map doesn't say where there is a place you have to be, other than that, it's great. The bonus game, doesn't have a map at all, and you have to keep changing characters, you have to find an article, to end the game fully. Great game, great story, and the ending, turns out to be unsuspecting, I never thought it would be!!!! March 11, 2015
Great game. Love the graphics. Pretty music. Good story line. Collect crystal balls and a Bonus game too. Recommend this highly. March 10, 2015
Small Town Terrors 3: A diabolical story with a terrific twist!!! In this edition it's your mission to put an end to the deadly rival of two illusionists in Galdor's Bluff. A few decades ago Sir Charles Galdor founded a glorious new town ? Galdor?s Bluff. He was one of the greatest illusionists of his time and he had two apprentices. Their names are Roger Addington and Joseph Thurman. During all their trainings Thurman and Addington were competing for their master?s heart. But when Charles Galdor died, their competition reached a completely new level ? they became rivals! Now during the last of Thurman?s show he died in the fire? or not? This is a real cliff hanger of a story that will engage you until the conclusion. The voiceover lip sync was the best I have seen in a long time and the bonus play is worth choosing the CE along with the usual achievements/collectables etc. I hope the series continues, this can't be the finale for this awesome trilogy. March 15, 2015
Very Enjoyable One of the best games I have played. Very strong in storyline, graphics, and sound. Strong bonus chapter as well. Didn't lag anywhere. May 19, 2015
LOVED this game although it wasn't super hard I greatly enjoyed, it was a nice storyline and it wasn't a lot of dark magic and evil or witches. I had such a great time playing this game, first time in a lng time. April 3, 2015
Same style! The first overwiew of this game left me wondering. Is this a 2015 game? Because each year, you can witness the inprovements made in games. I didn't see much details making this game a game from this actual year. But--- Trying, the other games of the series, I saw ressemblances in the drawing and making style of each game in the serie. I felt reassure. I think --from my point of view- that this game is faithful to the players and keeps in mind that it should respect a certain loyalty in the style! March 8, 2015
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