Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles

Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles

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Immerse yourself in the secret world of a time traveling family as they fight to save their future in the final chapter of the Flux Family Secrets trilogy. Follow Jesse as she navigates through time helping historical figures and unraveling a mysterious plot that involves her families' future. It's time to board this thrilling hidden object puzzle adventure that answers all the lingering questions and concludes the Flux Family Secrets trilogy.

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 358 MB

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Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Am Addicted My house is in disarray, I eat off my lap, I LOVE this game. The combination of puzzles, finding objects in each scene, some of which are hidden, the nipping in and out of different times has me hooked. It is like reading a book and you say ok I will go to sleep at the end of the next chapter but you cannot stop reading through the night. This game is the same; I play onwards and wish it would never end.... I am hoping the other games in the series are as involved. And there are not too many HO scenes. I have now become thoroughly bored with finding peppers fans kings etc. I liked the storyline, trying to restore stability in time. The characters, when they appeared, were appallingly badly drawn but I could easily overlook this because the game had me moving forwards at such a compulsive pace. I did often have to get hints because of getting lost especially if I returned to the game after a logish break, but this game did not treat me like an idiot with only 6 brain cells. I get irritated with being shown exactly what to do where... I only really want a small hint to get me out of a stuck situation. I dislike being hand held, (ie; I click on a window and lo it says oh this window is stuck you must look for some oil and a chisel...).The hints here really were hints and did not take away from the work you have to do as the player. Overall I thought this was a very carefully constructed game that kept you going at the same pace, no mid game sections of boring inactivity or doing the same HO's over and over. So far a few HO's were repeated but since they are so few and far between I did not mind....
Date published: 2013-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from And history too! This is how to do a time travel storyline. Good narrative flow. The puzzles and finding the objects can be a bit challenging, but not overly so. In the meantime, you learn a bit of history, It is a mixture of point and click, straight HOS and fragmented HOS (these take all the room) plus mini puzzles. And a satisfactory whole. The characters are cartoonish, in 2D, but the settings are gorgeous, specailly when going into the past. A nice ending to the Flux series.
Date published: 2013-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Up to the same great standard of the first two ... I have really enjoyed the Flux Family series so far. In this latest instalment the graphics are still crisp and excellent throughout and this game has been very cleverly put together. The mini games aren't hard, but I don't mind as prefer not to get stumped on them. The atmosphere is very good throughout the game too and it is not a gloomy game and the storyline so original and interesting. Thank you to the developers for such an enjoyable play. You won't be disappointed in the slightest with this latest instalment!
Date published: 2012-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Winner Overview of gameplay: Only about 20% of the game bears a resemblance to the gameplay of the Rabbit Hole and the Ripple Effect. More than half of this game is adventure and, instead of helping historical figures affected by time ripples (although they do make cameo appearances), the emphasis is on helping Jesse save her family. Whereas Rabbit Hole and Ripple Effect had about 3 scenes open at one time, Oracles has quite a few portals open at once, each with several scenes. Gameplay is not linear. An interactive map would be very helpful because you are going from portal to portal and it is easy to get lost, even though there are only a few scenes in each portal. If you must consult a W/T, I strongly recommend BF's - it gives better directions and is more specific for those occasions you are hopelessly lost. Game was lengthy - over 6 hours at a very relaxed pace.. There are a few HOS and silhouette HOS, both outnumbered by FRAGS. You also find inventory items right in the scene, in addition to those found through HOS or FRAGS. Once an object is put together, you have to remember which portal is the most likely to make use of it. Each of the portals does have an image depicting what the time period and place is; however, many look the same when the majority of the image is bushes, a gate or outside of a brick building. There is a variety of puzzles, but some had poor instructions. Example, a couple puzzles had clock hands that moved clockwise and counterclockwise a specified number of spaces, depending on what color symbol you selected. If you hit a completed symbol, you had to start over. But the instructions don’t say how you know a symbol is completed and you had to figure it out through trial and error (it turns black, so don’t land on a black symbol). Otherwise, the puzzles were interesting, fun and fresh. Graphics were detailed, colorful and gorgeous, as they were with the first 2 Family Flux games. Production values were more than terrific. The developers certainly put a lot of thought and creativity into designing this spectacular game. Storyline: You could not call this a run-of-the-mill game. The storyline is complicated, but you do not need to play Time Ripple and Rabbit Hole first to understand the premise. In addition to the time ripples of the prior two games, we now have a wormhole to contend with. That being said, it is easy to become confused about what the entire storyline is. At one point, even Jesse said she was confused (I hear you Jesse). There is an effort to put the 3 intertwined games and bits and pieces of family background and time ripples together into a cohesive story. But I still felt something was missing. Almost to the very end of the gameplay, it seemed that this would be the end of the series. Not to spoil it for you, it is not, but you'll have to play to find out why.
Date published: 2012-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Lot of Fun! I liked the storyline and that it wasn't too hard, but challenging for my level of expertise. I like the kind of search and apply the components to a larger item with some hidden object games. There are enough mini-games to keep me challenged, too. Every time another Flux Family Secrets come out, I'm sure to buy it!
Date published: 2012-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flux Family Secrets Returns to Greatness with Game #3 The first Flux game is a classic. The second one, "Rabbit Hole" was a disappointment as it was too easy and seemed to rely on fans to purchase. This one was a great improvement to the challenge and variety of puzzles. In addition, I love the throwbacks to the first game in both scenery and items within the puzzles. The first one is still the best but this is a close second.
Date published: 2012-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another hit for the Flux Family! Yes, I thoroughly enjoyed the first two installments of the Flux Family, so I was happy to see the arrival of a new episode... and I was not disappointed, not in the least. Beautiful crisp graphics, a soundtrack which never gets annoying, just the right amount of HOS, lots of puzzles, lots of interactive elements to find... yes, the gameplay definitely has it all. Some of the puzzles may be just too easy, but that's OK. There are plenty of other things to keep your brains occupied. Another great thing about this game is, that it goes on and on and on. There is practically no end to the different scenes you have to explore. So you really get your money's worth in gaming time. And the storyline is quite funny with the different historical scientists you meet and have to help out in their research. So, for those among you who haven't done it yet, grab your chance and meet the Flux Family.
Date published: 2012-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Value for the money I won't review the actual game as many others have already covered that. I just want to say that this game is well worth a credit. I played for over 6 hours which is a record for me, especially since this isn't a CE. Great game, well done, and excellent value for the money.
Date published: 2012-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really great and fun game The third chapter of the flux family is a succes. Well calibrated, long enough. But one little lack, there no indication were we are in the game. Playing in 6/7 world in the same time, there's come a time you said well I want to go there, how do I do that. But it's a minor, I would say default, it doesn't affect the quality and the fun the game give>
Date published: 2012-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Flux Family Adventure I enjoy the Flux Family games. They are a different type of HOG but still fun. You see the objects at the bottom of your screen that you must hunt for. I enjoy the continuing saga of their journey and time travels. A fun and fairly easy game to play.
Date published: 2012-07-09
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