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Mad Head Games brings you a new exhilarating case in the spine-tingling Fright Chasers series!

When sightings of a paranormal monster plague a brand-new amusement park, you and your Fright Chasers cohort are on the case! Once you arrive, the activity quickly escalates as you track it throughout the park. When you become one of its targets, it becomes clear that much more than the park’s success is at stake. Can you find the origins of this terrifying creature and stop it, or will you become its latest prey? Find out in this chilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Join the Fright Chasers as they learn about the legendary monster in the old castle, the mysterious fire, and the hidden truth from Greta!
  • Find morphing and collectible objects in every scene – and gain access to extra special puzzles!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games - and add to your achievement awards!
  • Save some game mementos! Enjoy and save screensavers, wallpapers, concept art, and music.
  • Keep your adventure on track with the strategy guide!

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  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 679 MB

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Fright Chasers: Thrills, Chills and Kills Collector's Edition is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have a thing about fairgrounds Since I was very young (Couple of years ago lol) I was hooked on fairgrounds particularly the haunted house, Ghost train etc . I am slowly coming round to hopas and was attracted to this game. I have played only the demo and will be purchasing.For me it has the right amont of Hog scenes and puzzles which are not too taxing but fine for me. What I do like is that you can choose the length of time the hints etc take to reset. You get 90 mins and I had 11 mins left before the demo chapter ended. Just as long as you are aware you do not get a full 90 mins just until the first chapter ends, I am now itching to buy this so I can carry on but try the demo as what suits some may not suit others, we are all different
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not Just Another Amusement Park Story I wondered if the game's title was ironic but after playing the entire game and bonus chapter, I think the game delivers on its title. The storyline is not what it appears in the demo (from what I'm reading in the reviews). It's more complex, as becomes evident in the choices we are given--our choices direct the order of the game, if not the outcome.The bonus chapter, although short, brings the entire game to a close, albeit a bit abruptly. All in all, a really good game. There is a lot of creativity in the hidden object scenes and puzzles and mini-games abound (some of which I found a bit difficult but not impossible). It is aggravating when there are bugs in a game as some reviewers indicated. Perhaps the developer did an upgrade as I did not have that experience.
Date published: 2020-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Weekend Game This game is an excellent fit for the weekend. Only tried the demo for about half hour, but it will be a buy for me. Graphics are very colorful ! Love it!
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MONSTROUS ROLLER COASTER RIDE OF EXCITEMENT REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 39 pages The Fright Chasers are back! As one-half of the daring duo, you and your partner, Lisa, are off to an amusement park plagued by an evil force which is turning people into monsters. When two of the park personnel including your own partner, Lisa, are turned into monsters, you are off to investigate. Fight fire with fire as you try to defeat them and at the same time, find a method to return them to their former selves. Enjoy the day at the amusement park! This is another fantastic game from Mad head, one with an engaging story. It should appeal to adults. I would not recommend this game for children. There is one bloody scene in the bonus chapter which may be unsettling to children, and to some adults as well. Mad Head Games has added some creative touches to this game. The player has the choice in deciding in which order to play three of the chapters. Each of these is dedicated to tackling one of the three monsters. This amusement park has some bright, colorful scenes. These scenes contain some thematic puzzles and HOP scenes. The game is a fast-paced roller coaster ride, entering different parts of this amusement park. The collectibles are morphing objects and hats. There is one of each in every scene. Each HOP scene has a morphing object as well. I found most easy to locate; however, there are some well-hidden morphing objects within some of the scenes. At the end of the game there is an ultimate HOP scene which displays three different scenes within a chest in which to find three lists of items. There is also an ultimate puzzle which is an extension of one of the puzzles within the game. Practice the art of social distancing (quite the rage now) as you walk through a park, avoiding all people with whom you may come in contact. If you get through the park without running into anyone, you not only solve the puzzle but may also qualify for an award in social distancing. MECHANICS: • 5 levels of play including a customized version. • 11 achievements (each with 3 parts) • Collect 27 morphing objects and 27 hats • Collect 17 morphing objects within the HOP scenes. • 4 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Ultimate HOP scene. Collect all morphing objects and collectibles to play it. • Ultimate puzzle. Extension of a puzzle form the game. • Replay 17 HOP scenes at the end of the game There are seventeen (17) HOP scenes and all can be replayed at the end of the game. Most of the scenes are either lists of items or silhouette. There are some matching scenes as well. I found the HOP scenes beautifully illustrated, but not terribly exciting. I would love to see more variety in the HOP scenes by this developer. There are twenty-four (24) puzzles within the game. I found the puzzles better designed than the HOP scenes. Most of the puzzles are easy. Unfortunately, this developer does not provide the ability to replay any of the puzzles. Again, I hope in the future, Mad Head will consider this option for those who would like the opportunity to replay the puzzles without having to replay the entire game. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a sequel. Research the story of a cursed chest mentioned in the main game. Your partner, Lisa, is on vacation so you are off to learn more about the story behind the chest. I loved the story behind this chapter, and feel the story is better than that of the main game. It is a long chapter and well-worth the price of a collector’s edition designation. There are five (5) HOP scenes and three (3) puzzles. Be warned that there is an unsettling graphic in this chapter. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE PUZZLES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Connection puzzle. Connect nodes with wires so that each node has the same number of wires attached to it as the number written upon it. B. Picture puzzle. Click on segments of a picture turning each segment the same color as that on a given diagram. C. Switch puzzle. Switch 5 pieces of an image to restore it. D. Search and replace. Search for items in the wrong position and replace them back into the scene in the proper position. E. Maze puzzle. Walk through a maze in the dark, using a flashlight to light the way and using special inventory items to help you get through the maze. F. Tangram puzzle. Place suitcase pieces into a grid so all fit within the grid and there are no open spaces. G. Connection puzzle. Connect like-colored squares on a grid without crossing paths. H. Social distancing. Take a walk moving arrows right and left to avoid people in your path. I. Domino Puzzle. Place dominoes on a grid so that ends match up. J. Sliding tiles puzzle. Slide tiles until an image is formed on a 3 x 3 grid. BONUS CHAPTER K. Assembly puzzle. Rotate and place pieces of a map into position, creating a complete map. L. Moving tile puzzle. Move marbles with Roman numerals upon them. Open gates and close them as you move the marbles. Move each one to its proper location on a 3 x 3 grid.
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great to be able to see a real circus and... its even Better to be part of the story, yes there were 2 parts in the begnning that made me jump a little and yes Im im enjoying it even better Im playing it in the quiet of evening .... being I cant Afford 29.99 games, I really dont need to be jumping out of my shoes, ..... Big fish gave me my thrills and chills at a GREAT game price,..yes a little scary BUT i got to keep my shoes on I mean Slippers... Thank You big fish these games are my kind of games
Date published: 2020-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No challenge here..just a good little game I dont usually review HOPA"S. They just are not my favourite genre. I find I have to wade through most demo's and my lack of patience renders me frustrated and down. This one is probably not for the seasoned HOPA player, but it's just right for me! I don't have to run around and around to find things, and amazingly I always just manage to pick up the tool I need, just right before I need it lol. The hidden object scenes are not just lists but a fair amount of finding pairs and uncovering things to find what I need. (each one has a morph). The puzzles are fairly doable for me who is not a puzzle buff, and its not too hard to find the morphs and collectables. The graphics are fairly bright and I am a sucker for anything set in an amusement park. The storyline is believable and you can get a shock every now and then too. If you are looking for an outstanding game...this most likely is not it, but for those who 'only do the odd' hidden object game or like to 'keep moving'.., this is just my style so as not to rattle my patience or leave me frustrated. Not a lot of back and forth or trapesing all over. I love that even the hint and puzzle skip goes as low as one second recharge! I will leave to others to fill in the fine details but just snuck in to say this is a very basic game...but that's why I like it lots. Enjoy.
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thrills And Chills? Well, Maybe.... The game got off to a promising start to an action-packed day in the park. However, in the demo, there were just so many tasks. I soon tired of all the collecting and wanted to get on with the monster hunting. I finished the demo and saw enough to put me on the fence about purchasing this new "Fright Chasers." The train ride into the park gave us a glimpse of the evil awaiting our arrival. The gorilla was majorly getting on my nerves because I couldn't find what I needed right away, to exit the scene quickly. That brute was making a huge amount of racket !! I was so relieved when it ended with his exit and the monster hunt continued. Saw a few of them in the demo but didn't get to experience much of the havoc they could conjure up. I really like games involving amusement parks, so that kept me going. The graphics were sharp and very colorful. The scenes were full of all the park-related stuff you would expect. The game did move along at a quick pace and as each new area of the park was entered, a new danger arose. The inventory filled and emptied quickly and I actually got to use a couple of items on more than one task. I have noticed some new creativeness in this new installment and hope it provides more fun and interest to keep boredom from settling in. The characters were well rendered, the voices were pretty good with expression and the lip sync not bad at all. The one thing I didn't care for was the green and yellow smoke or mist, it just seemed unnecessary and I felt it got in the way. The games were pretty easy but the HOPs were a good challenge, I liked them a lot and there was a fun variety of styles. They did a super job with the HOP scenes. Sometimes the morphing objects were difficult to find, the hats were easy. The achievements were doable, I hit a few in the demo. I was so happy that custom mode reduced the skip and hint settings down to 1 second! That is so handy in the demo because it quickens our game progress. I always love this feature. Also, I enjoy trying all the game modes in games I purchase, to see if they really make a significant difference. The theme of this "Fright Chasers" seems like it might be more suited to adults and teens. The amusement park may be attractive to young children, not expecting the evil and monsters lurking there. Parents should be attentive, even if this is "just a game". And 1 reviewer mentioned that there is quite a disturbing scene in the Bonus Chapter. Well, I am a fan of monster themed movies and games. I like the idea of several different monsters to do battle with, so with today's sale, this game will most likely go into my vast collection of goodies. I want to jump off the fence and defeat the evil force at hand. The demo usually gives me a strong feeling about purchasing or not, glad we have the free trials to help with our decisions. There is a light at the end of the tunnel...stay safe!
Date published: 2020-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thrill's ? Over all a good game. I did have a hard time finding out what to do with the items I easily found. Seemed rather random or maybe a skill level above me. The story was good and a little different but ending in both the regular game and bonus seemed disappointing a little. Maybe I just didn't get the gest of the games flow. Bonus round was short and just added a twist to the main game. Different. Try it first.
Date published: 2020-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I liked the demo Played the demo. Glad I didn't listen to the negative reviews. I liked the game. There were some chills and thrills and the story, which I tend to fast forward through on demos, was good. I was kind of sad when I got through the demo. I might buy it to see how it ends.
Date published: 2020-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from THRILLS, CHILLS and NON-EXISTENT OBJECT KILLS Completed Game approximately 4.0 Hours (including completion of all puzzles & Bonus Chapter 20 Scene Locations +7 CE Bonus Chapter Difficulty Range: Beginner MHG poured everything they had into the graphics of Thrills, Chills, and Kills. The Hidden Object scenes were not overlooked as often times they tend to do, the CE collectibles and morphs were well-placed for the most part, and although the story is about as G-rated of a monster as monsters get, it wasn't dreadful. None of that matters, however, if objects don't exist within zoom zones. You can create a 10-star game, but the game mechanics have to work correctly, right? On several occasions, I ran into situations where the SG and the Hint told me that an item was located in a zoom zone but nothing was there. I'd click and click, but trust me, it was empty. I finally uninstalled and reinstalled and ta-dah! there it is. Okay, no biggie, move on. Second time...third time, fourth time...I think I'm seeing a pattern here...I'm friends with the monster that's inside of my game, they get along with the objects must be all in my head ? ? Morphing Objects/Collectibles (CE version only) Each of the 27 Scenes, throughout the Main Game and Bonus Chapter, has a Morphing Object and Collectible Top Hat. There is also a Morphing Object in all of the Hidden Object Scenes, some are fairly obvious, some not so much. Any missed Hidden Object Scene Morphs can be picked up by playing replaying the HO's in the extra's menu, which also allows you to better your star or accuracy score. Hidden Object Scenes: There are 13 Hidden Object Scenes, +4 HOP's in the CE Bonus Chapter. This is the one area that MHG's shined, the HO scenes were colorful and located in interesting locations. I found some of the objects to be challenging to spot because objects weren't blatantly obvious, they did a wonderful job blending items into the scenery. There are a lot of different variations such as Silhouetted Shape Finds, Matching Pairs Finds, Interactive & Listed Item Finds, Symbol Finds (MHG loves their symbols!) Swatches Finds, Multiples Finds and Find & Replace as well. Each of the Main HO Scenes has a Morphing Object that can be picked up within the CE Extra's menus as well. There is no alternate puzzle offered. In this CE version, there is an Ultimate HO available to search for 3 lists within a chest at the end of the BC. Mini-Games: There are 25 Mini-Games +7 in the CE Bonus Chapter. The puzzles are easily solved, one of which required picking up a single square tile and swapping it with another tile to solve...just one single move and the puzzle was over...seriously??? Nearly every single game involved swapping tiles to complete a basic image or to complete a path of wires or pipes, games that I would assume were administered to children during third-grade assessment tests. Perhaps next time we could bump it up a notch to at least the fourth-grade puzzle level? In this CE version, there is an Ultimate Puzzle available where you must avoid making contact with people in a park. Bonus Chapter: (CE version only) Delve deeper into the background story of the mysterious Chest's origins as you do a little bit of solo research work while Lisa is on vacation. This is a somewhat short Chapter taking place over 7 additional scene locations with just 4 Hidden Object Scenes and 7 Mini-Games. There are 4 Hidden Object Scene Morphs, 7 Scene Morphing Objects, and 7 Collectible Hats remaining. After completing the CE Bonus Chapter, you can access the Ultimate HO & Ultimate Puzzle. Collector's Edition Extra's: 4 Wallpapers, 3 Concept Art Pictures, 10 Music Soundtracks, 11 Achievements (6 available in 3 categories) 17 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 27 Collectible Hats, 27 Scene Morphing Objects, 17 HOP Morphing Objects, an Ultimate Hidden Object Scene, an Ultimate Puzzle, 4 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-In Strategy Guide. FRIGHT CHASERS SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Dark Exposure (October 21-2017) 3.0 2-Soul Reaper (May 17-2018) 3.1 3-Director's Cut (February 16-2019) 4.4 4-Thrills, Chills, and Kills (May 16-2020) n/a by: Mad Head Games
Date published: 2020-05-16
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