Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates Collectors Edition

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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The ending of the main game was such a surprise. So far I think I've only encountered one game where this was an option. You are also able to collect more power cards along the way and use them to help with any obstacles you may face. Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates follows a smooth and fast-paced gameplay — often very exciting as well. Overall, it feels more like you're reading a comic-book and interfering with its plot, than that you actually play a game. It held you captivated from the beginning to the end of the game. These are not too tricky but does take some co-ordination and remembering which runes go where. Love it. Why does practically every game have a female protagonist? I like finding morphing items and collectables, but spending so much time on Pet Pals Animal Doctor these Battle Slots, I find it distracts from the overall gameplay. Every time you use a card you will play a small mini-game of getting the ball into the hole while it is rotating and playing a memory game of matching 3 runes in a grid. Sure, the game has some flaws, but nothing too serious that justifies for not at least giving it a try. I especially liked the bonus chapter.

Loved the little feisty imps. It was a new take on the same old guy-loses-girl love story. Rite of Passage employs a very unique and interesting concept in Deck of Fates. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from Care to play a game where the heroes are Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates is the latest game in the prolific series, and it took us all by surprise. In each round, you are asked to draw a card, in which you will get to play and use the power of the character on the card in your adventure. The main story is about Evan trying to find Melissa in a Deck of Fates card game. Some of these are really challenging. All up the game and bonus took me about 7 hours to play, which I did during the course of the week. I found I didn't need to use the interactive map as you are only going a couple of steps forwards or backwards, so there was no need to use it. Every time you use a card you will play a small mini-game of getting the ball into the hole while it is rotating and playing a memory game of matching 3 runes in a grid. But I did like its style and it's originality, so kudos for that. There are 29 dog paws to find throughout the game and bonus. You are also able to collect more power cards along the way and use them to help with any obstacles you may face. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kirland from One Of The Best Games Of I agree with all the wonderful things that have been said about another fabulous and innovative game by MadHead.

I was stunned and a bit apprehensive. As usual Battle Slots games from Mad Head, the soundtracks and the voice-overs are also amazing. These are not too tricky but does take some co-ordination and remembering which runes go where. Rite of Passage employs a very unique and interesting concept in Deck of Fates. 4 Elements have a great team of gifted and imaginative people. This one is different. The main story is about Evan trying to find Melissa in a Deck Ritf Fates card game. I especially liked the bonus chapter. Even has been invited to join a game of cards, with the Editioon of finding his lost wife. Date published: I enjoyed the puzzles, the plot, and the visuals. The ending of the main Decck was such a surprise.


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You are also able to collect more power cards along the way and use them to help with any obstacles you may face. Sound is good and the music is orchestral. I highly recommend this one. The story had me hooked. I would highly recommend this game to anyone. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from Care to play a game where the heroes are I was stunned and a bit apprehensive. In this series:. The ending didn't feel rushed like they sometimes do. Some of them are much harder than you first think. Someone goes missing, you have to investigate, you drive a car somewhere, etc. The mini-games and HOPs were better than average with a good level of challenge. However, none of them are frustrating or boring and I did them all without help, so they can't be too bad. We were captivated by the game from start to finish with not a single moment of boredom, since we genuinely did not know what to expect from the next turn on the road.

I highly recommend this one. When I first started playing it was like a good book that you can't put down. Cake they demanded and I made a great one. As usual with games from Mad Head, the soundtracks and the voice-overs are also amazing. It was a new take on the same old guy-loses-girl love story. Date published: I've played a lot of HOGs, and they tend to be pretty predictable. Some are easy to spot and others are well hidden. Greedy and snarky little guys. It is a game that would be awesome if they actually made a series for it by itself. Sound is good and the music is orchestral. It was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next. Still, the clever puzzles and the varied hidden object scenes managed to keep us engaged.

You pretty much stick around the same area until everything is done. Besides, all the special effects and animations in the game are also super impressive. These all had a good challenge to them and I really enjoyed them. I couldn't stop playing! The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, moving the slides across and down to find the item, matching colours and shapes of birds, finding keys, etc. I've played a lot of HOGs, and they tend to be pretty predictable. While you have to find someone as usual, you get sucked into a sinister game with creepy characters. However, none of them are frustrating or boring and I did them all without help, so they can't be too bad. Wow great thought went into making a great ending. It would be great to be able to pick whether to play as a male or female. Sound is good and the music is orchestral. Rite of Passage employs a very unique and interesting concept in Deck of Fates. I've played for nearly 10 years and this is one of the best. So far I think I've only encountered one game where this was an option.

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  1. Greedy and snarky little guys. If you prefer to do them altogether later or you miss any, then you can do this in the Extras. There is one morphing object per HOP which I always do first so I don't forget about it, cause you can't go back. The puzzles and the games are fun too, but mostly play for the storyline. However, the level of challenge is undeniably low, especially during the adventure portion of the game.

  2. You pretty much stick around the same area until everything is done. Every time you use a card you will play a small mini-game of getting the ball into the hole while it is rotating and playing a memory game of matching 3 runes in a grid. Rated 5 out of 5 by Twrexx from Something different for a change I just finished this game and it was fantastic. Loved the little feisty imps.

  3. I was stunned and a bit apprehensive. This masterpiece of a sequel also excels in the art department. I play for the storyline, mostly. It is worth buying the collectors addition for the bonus chapter.

  4. However, none of them are frustrating or boring and I did them all without help, so they can't be too bad. I had started the game over the weekend, but just after midnight on Sunday we had a very large 7. This one is different. Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers.

  5. Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates follows a smooth and fast-paced gameplay — often very exciting as well. Loaded with puzzles. Overall, a fabulous game and definitely worth putting in your collection.

  6. Loved the little feisty imps. Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates follows a smooth and fast-paced gameplay — often very exciting as well. It was a new take on the same old guy-loses-girl love story. Loaded with puzzles. These all had a good challenge to them and I really enjoyed them.

  7. There are 29 dog paws to find throughout the game and bonus. There are a great variety of mini-games to play. Rite of Passage employs a very unique and interesting concept in Deck of Fates. This one is different.

  8. The sound excellent and yes the puzzles were fun! Plus, I'm so glad to be able to play as a male! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from Care to play a game where the heroes are Come on, developers! Why does practically every game have a female protagonist?

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nyknight55 from Best Game Out for Sure Having played BF Games for years I very rarely rate but this is one of the best in a long time Its just enough different from all the other ghosts and goblins and what ever else is out now to hold my interest right from the start to the end worth every penny Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by barbarian from Most Fun I've Had In A Long Time I loved this game from start to finish. I've played a lot of HOGs, and they tend to be pretty predictable. A unique game, in it own style, it invites you into a greater Game of chase and personal story. As usual with games from Mad Head, the soundtracks and the voice-overs are also amazing.

  10. In each round, you are asked to draw a card, in which you will get to play and use the power of the character on the card in your adventure. The graphics were great but felt it could've been a pit more polished. Come on, developers! The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. I've played a lot of HOGs, and they tend to be pretty predictable.

  11. The graphics are colourful and crystal clear. Some of these are really challenging. There are 29 dog paws to find throughout the game and bonus. Wow great thought went into making a great ending. Why does practically every game have a female protagonist?

  12. MadHead, I continue to applaud you. The graphics were great but felt it could've been a pit more polished. Loved the little feisty imps.

  13. Even has been invited to join a game of cards, with the promise of finding his lost wife. One of the reasons for this could be that the gameplay in Deck of Fates is quite linear, with not many locations open to be explored at once. Date published: Love it Love it. While you have to find someone as usual, you get sucked into a sinister game with creepy characters.

  14. I would highly recommend this game to anyone. Plus, I'm so glad to be able to play as a male! Besides, all the special effects and animations in the game are also super impressive. There are 29 dog paws to find throughout the game and bonus. All up the game and bonus took me about 7 hours to play, which I did during the course of the week.

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