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Mad Head Games brings you the latest spine-tingling adventure in the Rite of Passage series!

You’re going home! It’s been 20 years since you left your small island home, and you’re looking forward to seeing your old friends. But your trip quickly turns deadly when you find that your friend’s been poisoned, and their family is under attack! This royal family’s history is riddled with secrets, and it seems that old deeds have come back to wreak havoc on the present. Can you stop a dangerous and mysterious presence from ending their family’s line for good? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Prevent an evil history from repeating itself in modern times in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games and play the ultimate HOP!
  • Tons of collectibles and morphs to find!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers and music!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 609 MB

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Rite of Passage: Bloodlines Collector's Edition is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I loved this game! I thought this game was excellent. Fun, challenging and different
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A GAME WHICH WILL WRAP YOU IN ITS TENTACLES REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 42 pages (My time: 7 hours) OPINION: Be prepared for a tale of mystery and intrigue. As Detective Rossa Smith, you are off to an island at the bequest of its ruling family, the Livingstones. For forty (40) years, the family has been plagued with inexplicable deaths and murders. Could these deaths be tied to the vengeful ghost of Anna Livingstone, a member of this family who was banished? Like the octopus featured within it, this game will grab you within its tentacles, engaging you in a multitude of activities until the end. This is another fantastic game from Mad Head. The story is well-written and has been changed somewhat from the beta version. It has an excellent pace with a multitude of well-designed HOP scenes and puzzles. There is a gimmicky seashell which sits at the side of inventory bar. When an item is placed within the shell, it vomits purple ooze which clears to provide needed information about that item and its relevance to the story. There are a few times in which you are given options as to what activity to pursue. However, your choice does not change the outcome of the game. The collectibles are morphing objects and fish. I found most difficult to locate. The developer has them well-hidden within the scenes. You can replay the HOP scenes but not the puzzles at the end of the game. With so many excellent puzzles, personally, I would rather replay the puzzles than the HOP scenes. Hopefully Mad Head will offer this option in future games. There is an extra HOP scene and jigsaw puzzle provided at the end of the game. All collectibles must be found before playing the extra HOP scene. HOP SCENES: There are twenty-five (25) HOP scenes in the game. Most of them are lists of items and all of them have a morphing object within the scene. There are also several mini-HOP scenes throughout the game with searches for a small number of some item – usually five or six items. There are silhouette scenes along with matching scenes. There are a couple of pattern scenes in which items are located from either a distinct pattern or segment of the item itself. My favorite is a pattern scene in which bolts of cloth are identified by their pattern. PUZZLES: There are thirty-nine (39) puzzles. They are creatively designed and vary in difficulty. There are some very easy ones as well as some which are somewhat challenging. There are repetitive puzzles throughout the game. One of the puzzles is tied to the use of the gimmicky, vomiting seashell. After placing an item within the shell, a jigsaw puzzle must be solved before giving information about the object. There is also a repetitive storybook puzzle in which items must be located and placed into the proper position within the scene. It is used to give more detail about the story behind the game. MECHANICS: • Five (5) levels of play including a customized version. • Eleven (11) achievements (some with 3 parts). • Collect fifty-six (56) morphing items and thirty-two (32) fish • Four (4) wallpapers along with concept art, music and video sequences • Gimmicky magical seashell which vomits out purple ooze when given a sample of something. Investigates and provides needed information about the item • Ultimate HOP scene (must locate all collectibles to access it) • Jigsaw puzzle which can be played at the end of the game BONUS CHAPTER: It is a sequel and another story. Play Lily, a travel agent who is interested in the Livingstone curse. On board a cruise ship, two lovebirds find themselves in trouble when one of them is possessed by an ancient spirit. One member of the couple, Liam, is possessed by this ancient spirit, becoming an octopus. After kidnapping his partner, Mia, both embark on a roller coaster island excursion under the water. There are nine (9) puzzles and six (6) HOP scenes. The story has some humorous elements and is well-worth the collector’s edition designation. Continue to collect the collectibles. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE PUZZLES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Connection puzzle. On a grid with 54 squares, connect 6 pairs of like-colored gems with lines. Every square in the grid must be used in the connections. B. Maze puzzle. Move each of three dolls a different number of squares to fill up every space on a grid with 30 squares. C. Variation of a domino puzzle. Removal puzzle. Place 15 domino styled pieces (with differing or same flowers on each end) upon a flowered 30 square grid so the board is cleared of all flowers D. Chess puzzle. On a mini-chess board, maneuver a knight using “L” shaped moves to remove a queen which is next to it. The board provides the optional moves available to you. E. Storybook puzzle. Search and replace items into their proper position within a book. (Repetitive puzzle within the game) F. Shell puzzle. Jigsaw puzzle. Create a picture related to the story (Repetitive puzzle within the game) G. Moving Tiles/Gear puzzle. Move tiles around a grid (some with gears on them) to create a path for a gear on the left to connect to a gear on the right with connecting gears in between BONUS CHAPTER: H. Bar removal puzzle. Remove bars by clicking on them and using valves to release them. I. Connection puzzle. Connect two sets of pipes by rotating segments of them within a grid. J. Moving tiles puzzle. Move gold tokens from the bottom row to the top row by maneuvering them around three rows of tokens. A token can only be moved to a matching token.
Date published: 2019-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No chatter please I like games where I don't have to listen to constant chatter from the characters and can just focus on the game! The graphics are beautiful (very important} and I loved the ocean theme!
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why all the bad reviews?? I found the storyline to be engaging although the octopus princess was a bit off. Characters were interesting and the voice acting was spot on. The HOPs and collectibles in particular were very challenging. I thought it was a good game and a solid 4.
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from this could have been... such a wonderful game, if the developer would finally change the handling of the games... the hint, the info-texts all the same as of game one of this developer and still not really working nicely... it's a pitty to have such wonderful graphics and then such a bad handling of a game... it takes hours to get at least one step further... no game for me :-(
Date published: 2019-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Royal mess Why, why did I buy this game without trial? My only excuse: rainy afternoon with nothing to do. I do not ask stories to be realistic, but, please, make them at least logical. If you (I am talking about you my some time ago favourite developers, Mad Head Games) decide to put you characters in 1920, then dont make the main villain a half-woman-half-octopus. If you insist on this unlikely creature to cause a total havoc, then let her live in some fantasy land. OK, I can buy some royal island, Europe had plenty of small monarchies and principalities but nearly all of them disappeared after WWI. But if you insist on this setting, then, for... sake dont let the royal guards wear the full armour which, in case you dont know, was not a standard military uniform some 100 years ago. Now, fine, let us forget that. Just apply some common sense: you, a young woman, enter the bedroom of a relatively young bachelor. He is poisoned and in bed. As you probably guessed, this royal castle has no servants. Well, no, just one, who is in love with the daughter of the royal family. So in this bedroom while he is sort of really unwell but totally not asleep, you are running around like a headless chicken, trying different shelves, wardrobes and even destroy an antic sofa with a crowbar. And the royal master of the house apparently quite happy for you to do so. I can continue for a long time, since every twist of this so called plot is infuriatingly absurd. Other people I am sure will write in far more details about the actual game play, if you in all honesty can call this a game! A game should at least be enjoyable. I implore all the developers again: exercise your brains and do find some good PLOT WRITERS! Trust me, we can forgive some repetitive tasks if we are hooked on the story. My advice: dont even play the trial. Unless it is a rainy afternoon and you truly have nothing to do. But save your money.
Date published: 2019-11-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tentacles! Turn off almost right away because of that really stupid gimmick – giant shell thing that eats stuff and spits out ink. @@ It had a very confused plot line and at least one puzzle had terrible directions. Why don't they all move off the island - if I can get there, they can leave. Tentacles can only reach just so far. And where did the spirals go? Just, no.
Date published: 2019-11-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from OH NO,... tentacles AGAIN... Get rid of the tentacles... they are rubbish and add absolutely nothing to the story. Why not just have a regular murderer.. It makes the whole story ridiculous and childish. Are they aiming for 10 year olds???? SO SO disappointing that my favourite (USED TO BE) devs are slipping down the road to mediocrity. Stupid gadget that spills out ink from a garish shell.. also rubbish.. Puzzles are quite good tho easy and the fishes are difficult to find - which is about the best thing I can say about this game.
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rite of Passage: Bloodlines This review is based on the completed demo only I agree with what the majority of the other reviewers said before me… Yep, me too. I think what hurt this game the most was the storyline. I can’t stand when a weird fantasy creature monster is plunked in the middle of a mystery genre game. They should have just kept it as a typical haunting and not added fins to the ancestor’s head and given her octopus arms. My biggest problem with this game was the storyline. Here are some of my favorite storylines to maybe help the DEV with ideas. Seeing these older games revamped with jump maps would be so great. ?> The Reincarnation Series ?> Mysteries of the mind- Coma ?> Paranormal Pursuit- The gifted One ?> Angelica Weaver- Catch me if you can ? > The Agency of Anomalies- The Last Performance What I didn’t like- ~ Usually I don’t mind gadgets as much as some of the other reviewers, but I really disliked the puking shell. You’d be in trouble if your evidence was bigger than 2” x 2”. lol ~ The entire demo is played at night with no switch in time from scene to scene so the player gets bored and feels tired, instead of creating suspense like it was meant to. ~CE content lacked for me. I would buy so many more of MHG CE’s if they offered a screensaver and not just wallpapers. ~ Seeing the momma bird caught in a net away from her babies. We do save her but I’m a huge animal lover and hate seeing animals in distress. ~ I wasn’t a fan of these graphics. I thought they were a bit fuzzy- without definition. They needed more contrast & deep shadowing. I thought many of the items in the HOS were lacking detail. In one scene in Chapter 2, I needed to match an eraser to something in the scene but had no idea it was an eraser until using hint. What I liked: ~ The character presentation was just awesome. They look life-like with perfect mouth movements. ~ I love when a DEV shows that small icon of who is speaking. It is so helpful to know who is who and makes you feel a part of the story when you know what your own character actually looks like. ~ I liked the MG where you carve the animals. ~ I liked the HOS where you match the items in your list with an item in the HOS scene, like seeing the wineglass in the scene and using your bottle of wine to fill the glass. I wish MHG would go back to their roots. They have some of the best games at this site imo, which I listed below. I completed them all (all over 5 hrs to finish). I felt the best in the ROP series were: -ROP The Perfect Show (2012 an older game you need to adjust the screen) -ROP Children of the Forest (2014) -ROP Hide & Seek (2015) My 2 favorite games by MHG are: -Maze #1- Subject 360 and -Beyond #1 Light Advent Unfortunately, I can't recommend ROP Bloodlines but instead- I highly recommend the CE version, of the MHGs I listed above, over the SEs. Try the demo to them if you haven’t already- because these games are really worth the money. I purchased the CEs to all of them and just can't say enough how great they are from beginning to end.
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Joy Here This game just comes up short on every level except the graphics and music. I always struggle with MHG instructions but in this game, I stopped reading and figured out the puzzle (or not). Not sure what happened with MHG in this game, as I have enjoyed many of their games. The storyline has possibilities (and I think the Bonus Chapter is better paced) but mostly, the main game is one hidden object scene after another with little "adventure." Sometimes, a puzzle. I did not finish the Bonus Chapter.
Date published: 2019-11-10
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