Nightmare on the Pacific

Nightmare on the Pacific

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The Brooks family boarded the Neptune hoping for a relaxing family vacation, but what they got was an incredible adventure! After the cruise ship encounters an incredible storm, it's left sinking in the Pacific Ocean with everyone on board! Live through a Nightmare on the Pacific in this exciting Hidden Object game. Put survival first and help the Brooks family make it out of the Neptune alive!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 191 MB

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Nightmare on the Pacific

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Nightmare on the Pacific is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like Being in a Movie! For me, a good balance between HO & adventure. I like both but enjoy HOS more. Graphics & sound excellent -like an animated movie. Searches & games not too hard but I had to use hints & help a few times. Has voiceover so no reading dialogue -which for me in most games is predictable, dull & just slows the game down. This story, sound & graphics made feel the intensity of the situation & I actually felt the urgency of the task at hand! I enjoyed the trial & bought the game immediately.
Date published: 2012-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast pace is a great change of pace! Not going to list a lot of specifics as there are usually enough detailed reviews written before I get around to playing a game (have a back log). Just wanted to say in general this was F.U.N. 2 P.L.A.Y. and since I bought it on sale...it was a real steal for the $$ leaving me not a bit bothered that the game was on the shorter side. One of the first games I've played from start to finish in one sitting in a very-very long time...thoroughly enjoyed it and hope you do as well!
Date published: 2012-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very realistic! Great visual game-realistic scenes and mounting sense of urgency-bring me more of these!
Date published: 2012-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Enjoyable I really enjoyed this game. There was a real sense of urgency imparted by the graphics and the plot. The voice acting was exceptionally good. The background noises (no music) were sufficiently creepy and were not annoying. The hidden object scenes were tougher than the average but that makes it more fun for me. The mini-games were actually somewhat on point and not too hard. The places where you had to use your inventory on the various rooms were more creative than usual, not just "find the key for the proper lock." Yes, maybe it is a bit silly to be playing slot machine games while the ship is going down, but by and large this game was well above average and I recommend it.
Date published: 2012-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nightmare on the Pacific It was exciting without being too gory.
Date published: 2012-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Entertaining Great game, lots of fun, bright realistic locations and grafic
Date published: 2011-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from MOM TO THE RESCUE I played using the normal mode, which was the hardest mode available. Even then practically everything that required some kind of action showed sparkles. I can't imagine how the casual mode could be any easier. So the game doesn't require a lot of effort to play. The storyline is good, particularly the beginning. A ship is sinking in the middle of a hurricane and the rescue helicopters have been able to remove everyone but a mother looking for her family. You play the mother. The helicopters cannot return until the hurricane abates. The graphics are very good, giving the scenes a look of reality. The hint button only works in the HOS, which are junk piles. Once or twice an item was hard enough to find that I used a hint. A skip button is available for the minigames. I only found one during the hour demo and it was not too difficult. There are two achievements; collector and rescuer. The collector involves finding family belongings that can be anywhere in the ship. I believe the rescuer achievement comes into play when you are able to find your family members. There is a journal and a map. The map is drawn like a child would, kind of cute. It is very informational but is not a jump map. The journal also has a childish feel. Something different was the small pictures of the locations still requiring action that open at the top of the screen. By rolling your mouse over the picture, it tells you what you have left to do at that location. However, you still cannot jump to that location through these pictures. Between the map and these pictures, it is fairly easy to figure out where to go next. There is the typical inventory. Some items are found in the locations, others, apparently the majority, are found in the HOS. There seemed to be a little too much back and forth for my taste, but it wasn't a deal breaker. The good storyline will probably make this a coupon purchase for me.
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Intense From the First Scene! Not a Bad Game At All! It’s been awhile since I played this but from memory you won’t get much! Ha! I didn't put it in my “JUNK” file, it’s in my “Play Again” file so it must have redeeming qualities! It’s a very fast paced game from the start with a Map showing your tasks! You play a Mom/Wife looking for your 2 children and Husband all lost in different parts of the huge Cruise ship “Neptune” that is sinking fast! Some things are silly, like you wouldn't stop and play a Slot machine in the Casino when your looking urgently for your missing family.. Well, I wouldn't anyway LOL. Besides the occasional “Why did they put that in here” it’s a pretty intense game that makes your pulse race and you feel like you have to hurry up or else your all doomed!! You need to think it out when at times nothing makes sense. I was stuck a few times and had to close out and look at the Walkthrough. The “Aquarium” fish puzzle is one that comes to mind and how to climb out the window and up the side rails! Musical score is excellent and other sound effects such as your sons screams for help and you coughing and sputtering like you really went under water! The creaking breaking ship were well done as was the Coast Guard and visual helicopter! Graphics were very clear and realistic looking! Then there is that pause and reflect time when you can’t help but think, If I was a Mom on a family cruise, no way would I have MacGyver like skills! Example: When she finds her Son the water’s rising fast so she has to shut of the main valve.. How would she know how to do that? There is a lot of that in here but the over-all game is more like your in a disaster movie you’re the star and will prevail as a hero!
Date published: 2013-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good game, not for me This is based on the demo only. I managed about 40 minutes of it before stepping out. Pros: Terrific graphics and sound effects Ambience feels just like a sinking ocean liner. Good enough to create the kind of anxiety and fear one would experience on a sinking ship. Cons: Ambience feels just like a sinking ocean liner. My stress and fear levels were very high from trying to navigate this game. So I decided to stop. HOS are too difficult and too distracting. I like my HOs to flow right along, and some objects I couldn't find even with the hint. Neutral: Navigation is difficult, but I think that goes with the theme of the game. I recommend the game, but not if you're afraid of the water, tight spaces or death in general.
Date published: 2012-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another Fun Hidden Object Game. This game was one of my original daily deal purchases and I did not regret it. While the graphics and sound were not as good as those in later games (like Escape from Ravenhearst), it kept me interested throughout. The puzzles required some thought and the hidden object scenes were good. The ending was as simple as you would expect...but I play more for the gameplay than the storyline. It seems that most of these games are simplistic as far as plots go.....
Date published: 2012-03-21
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