PuppetShow: Lost Town

PuppetShow: Lost Town

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After discovering a new system of caves, the entire town is excited to explore, until Suzy is kidnapped by a mechanical beast! Emerging from the darkness and startling the townfolk, the creature causes a cave-in behind him, leaving no trail to follow. Track the creature down and explore the mysterious caves in PuppetShow: Lost Town, a beautiful Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 430 MB

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PuppetShow: Lost Town is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great “old” 2011 game . . SE that is . . if you don’t mind everything NOT being served on a silver platter easy piecy for you ! No hint, no map, no notebook, no presentation of charactors - just stunning eery artwork as well as fun emaginative mechanical puppetry. I loved to get back to this “old” game, where you have to “work” yourself to figure out where to go, what to do and this way have the opportunity of enjoying the art work again and again. No closed chaptors behind you - all scenes come back in use, so to speak, more than once. Old fashioned HOS’ too, generally just find stuff, and you’ve got to really look for it. Hint’s available for HOS’ only. That way of constructing a story makes it “hang together” - you don’t forget what it’s all about. The puzzles too are fun and quite challenging. I’m really pleased BFG has upgrated this game even though it quotes in the presentation that it requiers OS: 10.4. - but it can be played like in the case of my Mac: OS 10.8.5 no problem. Don’t miss it - it’s lovely and the sound trach n’ music too, if a bit repetitive at times.
Date published: 2015-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PuppetShow: Lost Town Very good storyline, good graphics, plus well chosen music. Overall lot's of puzzles to work along the way. Recommend this game. Good work Bigfish
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another ERS Top Quality Game Storyline: Suggest that you play at least Mystery of Joyville so that you have the gist of the series. Felicia is continuing her pursuit of being young and beautiful and, this time, she has absconded with a little girl into a cave in the mountains and her mother asks you to find her. The familiar spider-bot is back, but isn’t featured here. Most of the town is deserted or its residents dead, but you do run across several puppets that remain but haven’t been functioning for some time. The town isn’t very large but, once you get into the caverns, there are a few times when you have to trek clear across town to get one object. Graphics are stunning, as usual, and the music follows in the wake of its predecessors (it’s actually grown on me). This time, you get to finish one of the puppets and fix a couple others to work. The animation is astounding. HOS are nicely sized and easily identifiable. Although you do repeat the HO scenes, not everything is returned to the way it was originally. So if you broke something the first time, it may still be broken when you revisit the HOS. You will need a lot of objects to help you on your journey, so there are a lot of HOS to provide them for you. Puzzles are beautifully-crafted; many are unique. Some are quite challenging, especially toward the end, but there is a skip button available. This is another game by ERS that is top-notch in everything.
Date published: 2012-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from just good fun All I can say is buy all the puppet show games. They are great and fun to play. Not extremely hard to play.
Date published: 2013-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fun! Just completed this game and I thought it was great! I highly recommend playing this game in sequence though, just to get to grips with the storyline. Artwork/graphics is nice, love the mechanical puppetry! Music is great, a little repetitive but has some lovely tunes- I would bob my head along to some of them! Puzzles are challenging and fun, highly enjoyable. A little too heavy on the hidden object scenes for my taste at some points. For example, I had just completed a hidden object scene, when suddenly I had to complete another hidden object scene in exactly the same place as I had just searched. It was a very good length of gameplay for a standard game, I was impressed!
Date published: 2011-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Interesting Characters This is the first of the Puppet series I've tried, because it came highly recommended. The different type of characters (the puppets) in this game are interesting, due to them being unique. I thought there would be more of a storline with more speaking characters involved, but it was actually a nice change not to be interuppeted by all of that. As usual, there's a great deal of running back and forth to find the necessary items to complete the puzzels and solve the crime. A few of the puzzles are more challenging than the rest, so it does give you a little variety. There's not that many different interactive HOG scenes in this one, so be prepared to enter the same area more than once. However, the graphics are high-end, so they're easy to spot and what you find for tools makes sense to be used elsewhere. There's some common sense thinking that needs to come into play, which is challenging within itself to solve the case. The options do give basic and expert mode, which is always a nice feature for the gamer to choose. Since I chose expert, a few times I missed an item and needed the walkthrough to get me started up again. LOL! Otherwise, it wasn't too difficult or aggravating to not be able to complete. The music was nice up to a point, then I couldn't listen to it any longer. However, that's normal for me with games like this! This was a really enjoyable relaxing game and I'll probably purchase the entire series. All-in-all, very nice quality gaming experience!
Date published: 2012-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best games ever! I love this game! It has an intriguing storyline. Fantastic graphics! Really unique, not like all the other games out there. I have all 3 of the Puppetshow games out and I love all of them! It is tons of fun exploring all the different areas!
Date published: 2011-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lives up to expectations The third in the Puppet Show series, Lost Town not only meets the standards of those before it, it exceeds them easily. To start with, this is the first PuppetShow game where they've worked in motion graphics in their cutscenes and they have voice-overs for the story text. While not something I find necessary in a game, it does add something to the feel of the production value. Like its predecessor, Lost Town has two difficulty levels which add or remove helpful sparklies and determine the recharge timer for your hints. It uses the same backing track music, so if you didn't like it, you'll want to turn on some music. Once again the artwork in the scenery is fantastic and the imagination that has gone into the puppet creations is admirable. Lots to look at in this one, and you'll even get to fool around with some machinery and have a puppet or two do your bidding! Plot-wise, this one heads in the same direction that we've been seeing in the series, getting more detailed and involved. You start out looking for little Susie who's been dragged off by a puppet and slowly learn just how deep this particular mystery, and mine, goes. And that mystical crystal will make another appearance. HOs are more intricate, in that you'll have to interact with some objects. No click and drag here though, just opening some cupboards and the like. The mini-puzzles range from easy to head-scratcher difficult, but are all very logical and workable. Overall, this one is a definite recommend. If you haven't played the previous two, don't worry, you haven't missed out on so much plot that you won't be able to enjoy Lost Town. Crazy fun, and about the right length - roughly two hours on a speed run for me which is quite good. Pleasantly for those with younger computer-sharers, this one's also not as dark and macabre as we've seen before. There won't be many who'd regret trying it out.
Date published: 2012-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Graphics I don't think HO's get much better than this game. It has it all. Great Graphhics Challenging Games and Good Story Line. This might be one game I'll play again.
Date published: 2011-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PuppetShow: Lost Town Played the series out of order - "Souls of the Innocent" was just released when I became a member and I bought it almost right away. But it didn't matter. Going back to this part of the story was like watching a film pre-quel. The EARs games are my favorite to play for their art, music and weird mystery stories.
Date published: 2011-11-24
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