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Amax Interactive presents the newest riveting story in the PuppetShow series!

Your professor's been kidnapped! As his most talented student, only you can find and rescue him. But there's much more to this story than a simple call for help. Humanlike robots are after the professor’s work, and they'll do anything to get it! Can you uncover their motives and stop them before it's too late? Find out in this gripping Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Learn more about Richard's previous inventions in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Revisit adventures by replaying HOPs and mini-games and earn achievements!
  • Tons of collectibles to find!
  • Enjoy exclusive concept art, music, movies, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1167 MB

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PuppetShow: Fatal Mistake Collector's Edition is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and original Truly, I'm enjoying playing this newest game in the Puppetshow series. The series has always been amongst my favorites and doesn't disappoint at all. As always I'm amazed by the creativity of the developers. I couldn't imagine that kind of machines and puppets. Also they're beautifully drawn. It's pure candy for the eye, this game. I'm enjoying playing it slow and admire the art work. Thanks developers!
Date published: 2020-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very thrilling I don't normally write a review (my very first one indeed). I have always been a fan of PuppetShow game. This one in particular is really thrilling, full of suspense and brilliant mini puzzles games and HOPS. The suspense ending makes you crave for more. One of my favourite things about this game is the extras. I really like the collectables and the fact that you can choose your look and gender. I definitely recommend this game. :-)
Date published: 2020-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved everything about it except the lack of morphs I didn't like that this game has no morphs and the collectibles are short. I don't know why the strategy guide list collectibles and souvenirs because there is only 10 mechanical animal collectibles with info. The last game had 26 morphs and 15 collectibles. I think I'm getting less for my money. I Love the game besides that. It has replays on 15 hops, 12 mini-games, 4 music and 9 movies. With 7 wallpapers, 8 concept art and 8 screensavers. I always like their screensavers. 4 chapters + bonus.
Date published: 2020-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY ENJOYABLE Puppet Show / Fatal Mistake is a great achievement of artwork and animated movement that draws you in to a world of mechanical people and mechanized traps. You play the role of a talented student of a Professor of mechanical engineering who has designed robots and cyborgs intending for them to benefit human kind, but they have been corrupted by a crazed cyborg who wants to take control of the operation and eliminate the people standing in its way. The puzzles are only moderately difficult , they are well designed and fun, there is no frustration in completing them. The environment is eerie , slightly creepy, filled with strange machines and cyborg/puppet parts that you gather and manipulate to unlock areas as you progress , in order to stop the plans of the insane cyborg Rick. This is one of the more creative and truly fun "hidden object" games to come out in a long time. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2020-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I know, I know, five stars all along sounds too good to be true But really, I did have that much fun playing this game. I appreciated the characters and the storyline, the quality of the graphics and variety of hidden-object scenes and mini-games. Although the plot did have that Totally Unexpected Plot Twist That The Person You Thought Was The Good Guy Is Actually The Bad Guy, which annoys me about a lot of HOA plots, the rest of the story was enjoyable and it kept me involved in the game. I know a couple of reviewers have mentioned that the game is short, but I didn't feel like it was too short to be a CE. Anyway, I'm glad I bought this game on the strength of the reviews I saw here, and I think you'll enjoy it, too.
Date published: 2020-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THIS IS THE PUPPET SHOW I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! Puppet Show Final Mistake is absolutely the best game in the Puppet Show series in years. I lost all interest in the Puppet Show games several years ago so it was quite a surprise when I found that I loved everything about Final Mistake. The game has everything that make HOPA games fun to play. Although there are far more mini-games than HOS, I found myself enjoying the gameplay. Normally, I dislike finding almost twice as many mini-games as HOS in HOPA games, but it didn’t seem to bother me quite as much because I found that I enjoyed solving all of the mini-games with the exception of the few that I skipped as they were not my favorite type to solve. Because Final Mistake is such a wonderful game, I know that when I play it a second time, I will slow down and solve the handful of mini-games that I skipped the first time around. The graphics in the game are beautiful and full of color. The artistic talent of the development team shines in every scene in the game. The original team created some of the most beautiful HOPA games that made me a huge fan of the genre. Although there is a warning in the beginning of the game about some violence, there was nothing I could see that would justify the need for that warning. The game has a good storyline that tied the package together and make Final Mistake a Puppet Show game that in my estimation is not a mistake at all. Since about the time that the seventh game in the Puppet Show series came along it was apparent that the series had dwindled to nothing more than cookie cutter games. With Final Mistake it is easy to see the difference, which has kept me immersed in the game much of the morning. I have been playing for almost five hours and have not yet reached the end of the original game. In recent years with so many HOPA games falling into the cookie cutter category, it’s not unusual for me to skip the Bonus Chapter but because Final Mistake is so terrific, I will definitely keep playing until I complete the Bonus Chapter. The HOS are creative, interactive and a lot of fun. There is some variety in the HOS although many of the scenes are revisited more than once. If a scene is played a second time, there will a change in the style or type of scene. The mini-games were fun with various levels of challenge. I am not overly fond of mini-games but I did like the ones included in Final Mistake. I only skipped a couple of the mini-games that took more time to solve but I will solve them when I play the game a second time through. Although the game is a Collectors Edition I didn’t really notice too much in the way of collectibles. There are no morphing objects which are what I enjoy most in CE games. Aside from the collectibles there is not much that I consider CE worthy except for the Strategy Guide and the handful of mechanical animals to be collected. Puppet Show Final Mistake is such an excellent game that I highly recommend it to other HOPA gamers. In many ways the game seems “retro” in that it has a great storyline and a wonderful gameplay factor that has had me happily searching for items, playing mini-games, and learning more about Dr. Kingston, his assistant Natalie, and the cyborgs all morning. Even though I love Puppet Show Final Mistake, please try the demo to see if it is a game you will enjoy as well. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2020-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very thrilling game! I have never played a PuppetShow game until now but I will definitely be tempted to buy other games in the series after playing this one! The story is great, with some brilliant twists (One of which is sadly spoiled in the wallpaper bonus section). The visuals and soundtrack are brilliant as well. I would highly recommend this game!
Date published: 2020-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Puppetshow:Fatal Mistake CE I was a ready to be a little disappointed due to the last one. However this one is a complete turn around. Enjoying this very much.
Date published: 2020-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Make no mistake... this game is FANTASTIC I've played all the PuppetShow games and this is one of the best. The storyline really grabbed me. Yes, as others have mentioned, there is a little "lag" in this game at times. When you click to grab something it takes a second to actually collect it. I've just decided to ignore that and play. A must try.
Date published: 2020-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from INVASION OF THE CYBORGS REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 37 pages (My Time: 5 Hours) Be prepared for the invasion of the cyborgs! When your former professor, Richard Kingston, is kidnapped and imprisoned, he sends a message via his mechanical raven for help. His inventions may have gotten out of control! Save your professor and the city by battling cyborgs under the leadership of one of your professor’s inventions. I found this one of the best games within this series. AMAX has put a new spin on this series – reinvented it, so to speak. Normally, I do not like the games in this series, most of which are cookie cutter versions of each other. However, I found this game a refreshing change with a more modern theme. I am delighted this developer moved away from puppetry and has delved into robotics. The game has a current, modern feel. The graphics are well-designed and have a more modern look. It is an action-packed game with plenty of activities to provide a good pace throughout. Nevertheless, I do have a small complaint about this game. I wish this developer would get rid of the barking dogs, baying of wolves and screeching cats. These animal soundtracks are in all their games are for some, like me, are nerve racking. These animals are not even featured in this game, so why were they added? They are out-of-place and irritating. This is a basic game with few frills. There is only one collectible (robotic animals) and there are only ten (10) within the entire game. There are no morphing objects nor secret room in which to purchase items as with other games from this developer. However, I am delighted! It is refreshing to see that this developer does not have coins as collectibles as in their other games. I hate searching for coins which are used in exchange to purchase items for some room. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 14 achievements. • Collect 10 mechanical animals invented by Dr. Kingston • 7 wallpapers and 8 screensavers along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Replay 12 mini-games and 15 HOP scenes BONUS CHAPTER: It is a prequel. Play Detective Howard and return to the period three days before the start of the main game. Mechanical animals have been stolen from Professor Kingston’s laboratory. He has contacted you to search for them. He is concerned they are dangerous and may have fallen into the wrong hands. I found this chapter a nice addition to the game. There are four (4) HOP scenes and six (6) mini-games. Most of the HOP scenes are lists of items. There is one matching scene. The puzzles include some matching puzzles and a few maze and map puzzles. I found the activities consist with those of the main game and worth a collector’s edition designation. There are seventeen (17) HOP scenes, fifteen (15) of which can be replayed at the end of the game. Most of the scenes are lists of items or silhouette scenes. However, they are all interactive. They include some of my favorite scenes as well. There are search and replace scenes in which the player locates items and then uses them within the scene. There is a pattern scene in which items are located based on their pattern or from a small segment of the item. Some of the scenes are repeated with a new list of items. There are a few mini-HOP scenes in which the player locates a small number (5 or 6) items or pieces of items. There are thirty (30) mini-games, fifteen (15) of which can be replayed at the end of the game. I found most of the mini-games easy with a few which I would consider of middle-difficulty. There is a variety of different styles of puzzles. There is one puzzle which is offered in two levels of difficulty – casual and hard. Listed below are some samples of the mini-games. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Rotating tiles puzzle. Rotate 4 pieces to restore the image of a spider B. Maze puzzle. Go through a maze while avoiding cyborgs in your path. Pick up items to help you get through the maze. (Puzzle offered twice in the game) C. Mathematical puzzle. Move a token through a maze by landing on numbered squares. Every time the token lands on the square it goes down one number. Create a smooth path by landing on each square once and not running out of spaces to move. D. Switch puzzle. Switch lock pieces so each of two segments mesh. BONUS CHAPTER: F. Maze puzzle. Create a path for a key to reach a lock by rotating path segments to create the path. G. Map puzzle. Set up a route using numbered tokens to arrive at a destination in 7 steps, while avoiding pitfalls along the way. H. Matching puzzle. Match up symbols hidden under feathers on an eagle until all are matched.
Date published: 2020-06-11
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