Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates
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Mad Head Games proudly present the newest addition to the Rite of Passage series! When your wife went missing, you thought there was no hope. That is until you were sent a mysterious invitation promising you answers. Your search quickly turns into the most dangerous game of your life. It's up to you to use the cards you're dealt to defeat the deadly Beast! Can you find the truth and save yourself before sunrise? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 488 MB

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Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Highly original story and excellent gameplay This is one of the better stories around and different from most HO games. It's a game that once started, you want to keep going in order to see how it ends. The title of the game is apt, as you will see when you complete the game. Most puzzles can be solved without reading instructions, if you are an HO expert, but has just enough variation to be interesting. The story has a complete ending that stands on its own. I would have given 5 stars, but I felt the graphics are just OK, despite being clear and sharp. The voiceovers and cinematics are excellent and enhance the ambience and theme of the story.
Date published: 2017-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very disappointed I have played some of the other games in this series so was happy to see another one. However, this one is not the same as the others. The storyline wasn't the problem. And the graphics were good. I even liked the music. But I like to open a game, have a short scene to bring me up to speed on what is going on, and then jump into game play. With this game, there was so much dialog and cinema in the beginning I got frustrated. You certainly can't skip through it at first. I had set the play difficulty to custom and only allowed sparkles and hint and skip times. However, each and every scene stopped play for messages to appear at the top of the screen. Frankly I got tired of waiting on a chance to play and closed the game. It will be a game I only play when I am bored out of my mind anyway.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mini Games PLUS! Varied Graphics! So, so Game! Overall: Graphics varied in quality and craftsmanship, rather long game filled with a multitude of mini games and fewer hidden object games. Story was interesting with some different twists and turns that kept me playing even with the frustration of so many mini games that finally became annoying. Story follows a group of people with various wishes they want to change their lives. They select a card with varying skills to survive through the night while a beast lurks about. End game: get the kill the beast card, kill the beast and get your wish to come true…maybe. Each new card must be activated with another mini game. From a group of runes, place three in a correct grid order shown briefly, so memory is required on these. Second option will be connect designs by switching and turning to complete a design, which just requires juggling the parts to finally light up. So each time you get a new card this occurs. Some of the scenes are interesting with a few surprises and a few well-crafted scenes that try to offer something a little different. Differing craftsmanship is pretty obvious in this game, so lacked continuity in design. Not my favorite game because of all the mini games, but worth the time spent to finish it. Graphics: Varied from poor to very good, some too bright scenes, some gritty and poorly crafted, but towards the end there seemed to be more attention to detail and not so bright and gritty appearing. Sounds: Good Music: Okay, but turned down Characters: Well developed, good voice overs, humans appeared human and beast was not over the top. Hints: Excellent Map: Didn’t use HOG: Variety, but slow in appearing in game, so few in beginning was disappointed, really not fond of find missing pieces in a picture, until towards the end of the game HOG were not well crafted and even when they were some items were hard to see or find. Many were based on forms to find vs. word lists. Mini games were abundant compared to HOG. Mini: So many that it became a MINI game. When that happens I feel it is just a way to lengthen the game without focusing on more interesting content. I personally don’t enjoy time consuming mini games that are repetitive, get from one end to another, move/slide squares around and connect tubes or objects to get from point A to B. I skipped a lot of them because they became annoying and held up the game for little purpose or reason sometimes.
Date published: 2017-10-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Your Usual Solitaire Game This is posted after playing the demo. I had the opportunity to do the evaluation on this game some time ago. It is not your usual hidden object adventure game. Matter of fact, there was only one standard hidden object scene in the demo. The rest are either mini games or close enough to be called mini games even though you end up with a necessary object. The concept of the game is unique and offers a different type of entertainment. Not my cup of tea, but I think those who do enjoy mini games will surely love this game. Graphics are very well done and the sound, including FX and voice overs are excellent. The music goes along with the action and isn't boring. I do no care for mini games which is why I gave it only three stars for challenge. There is a lot of thinking necessary in this and I don't do these games to stimulate my grey cells. It will challenge you to the end. Not much in the way of helpers. Of course there is the map which you eventually get which does help quite a bit in getting you where there are things to do. I couldn't quite figure out the story other than what has been posted and written by Big Fish. Guy marries girl. Girl disappears and he goes into a game of sorts to get her back. I would almost buy the game to find out what the whole thing is about. It's almost like he's dreaming, but not quite. Although this is not a buy for me, I can recommend it for the uniqueness of the game itself. It is unusual and quite challenging. As always, give the demo a shot and if you are one who does like to stimulate those grey cells, you are going to love it
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring Took far to long to get to the actually game play, was bored after 5 minutes
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good!!! I like most scary stuff this one just projected in a bad way.So not a purchase for me.
Date published: 2016-11-25
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