Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates

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!

All in all a very satisfying way to spend a day. I am nearing the end of this standard edition and let me tell you it's one long and interesting game. Why does practically every game have a female protagonist? I especially liked the bonus chapter. There were pauses after making access to the next scene; there were pauses as the mini-games loaded. Date published: I really liked the way this game progressed. One of the HOPS was applying the tile stencil to the objects to form a complete image; well, that took me awhile to accomplish. Love it. With eerie atmosphere and a host that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life. For the first time in a HOG, you have co-players that either help you or antagonize you. A unique game, in it own style, it invites you into a greater Game of chase and personal story. But the mini-games are like no other I've ever encountered. This is an amazing game! The puzzles are not too hard but interesting.

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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. Evan searched for her day and night to no avail, and began to give up hope until a letter arrived about a year later. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with different types such as Interactive Listed items, finding Keywords in a sentence, finding Misplaced items and returning them correctly, and my favorite was finding Multiples of each symbol shown on the wings of a wooden eagle statue. There's never been a game quite like this one, and I could hardly wait for this game to be released. Very different story line, with some new mini games and lots of fun other new stuff. These all had a good challenge to them and I really enjoyed them. It would be great to be able to pick whether to play as a male or female. Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers. There's the Banisher card that can scare off the beast, the Runebreaker, the Lurker and even a Shaman card that allows you to speak to the dead. Some of the puzzles or mini-games have a bit of difficulty but most of those in the demo are doable. The graphics are colourful and crystal clear. While you have to find someone as usual, you get sucked into a sinister game with creepy characters. And there was no skipping on that one! This one begins with the story of a man you whose wife disappeared one day, and continues with his quest to find her.


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The card was an invite to Fwtes a LEGO Fever, with a promise of making his chances rise in his never ending search for her, if only a fraction. I play for the storyline, mostly. Come on, developers! The Mini Games are really entertaining, some easy, some not so easy. Evan is invited to play a game of chance in the desolate town of Waldberg where if he wins he will find his lost love. The ending didn't feel rushed like they sometimes do. Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers. Also, Flalls that there was Sparkle 2 one collectable to find. Every aspect of the game of stupendous! If you love a good scare, then you will probably agree that this is a perfect game for a dark and gloomy day. With eerie atmosphere and a Rjte that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life. Passsage: maze alone seemed elementary at first, but it took some work on my part to reach the Fate. There were pauses after making Rlte to the next scene; there Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates pauses as the mini-games loaded. Proves that you don't need a fresh tale to have a great game - only a fresh and well-executed new take on the same. Very different story line, with some new mini games and lots of fun other new stuff.

The story had me hooked. I haven't played a game quite like this before. There's also a very good jump map. You are invited to to play a game by a mysterious stranger who gives you the impression that winning will enable you to find your wife. The graphics, sound and voice overs are well done, and while the puzzles are fairly easy, they are just slightly different enough from standard puzzles to be interesting and enjoyable. They have created an exceptional game. This is an amazing game! MadHead, I continue to applaud you. The puzzles are not too hard but interesting. And there's always those beastly monsters you must conquer. I've played a lot of HOGs, and they tend to be pretty predictable. The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. It was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next. Evan searched for her day and night to no avail, and began to give up hope until a letter arrived about a year later.

The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. Wow great thought went into making a great ending. The ending of the Zarya - 1 game was such a surprise. So far I think I've only encountered one game where this was an option. I couldn't stop playing! Just pick a card, folks, to find out how to get rid of them.


I highly recommend this game if just for the intrigue! Date published: From the very beginning, when you and the other players select your cards from the "deck of fate", you feel like you're actually participating in the story, and not just riding on rails. While you have to find someone as usual, you get sucked into a sinister game with creepy characters. The card was an invite to play a game, with a promise of making his chances rise in his never ending search for her, if only a fraction. Overall, it feels more like you're reading a comic-book and interfering with its plot, than that you actually play a game. Clicking items more than once to get them to work for one, and some of the items needed to complete a task were not typically what one would use. Sound is good and the music is orchestral. It was fun roaming around, never knowing what I would find next. The graphics are excellent as are all of the other technical aspects of the game. You have to have a lot of patience with this game, as some of the HO's are moving sliders to make objects match up. Lots of twists, innovative story. The HOPS are very unusual and different. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with different types such as Interactive Listed items, finding Keywords in a sentence, finding Misplaced items and returning them correctly, and my favorite was finding Multiples of each symbol shown on the wings of a wooden eagle statue. Loaded with puzzles.

14 thoughts on “Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates

  1. I had started the game over the weekend, but just after midnight on Sunday we had a very large 7. There's never been a game quite like this one, and I could hardly wait for this game to be released. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Zoox from Best game in a long time I played the standard version of this game. The Deck of Fates game occurs in rounds, and each is a little more interesting than the last.

  2. There's never been a game quite like this one, and I could hardly wait for this game to be released. This one is different. A unique game, in it own style, it invites you into a greater Game of chase and personal story.

  3. I highly recommend this game if just for the intrigue! The Collector's Edition version has Achievements to earn as well as a Hidden Beast Claw Sign in each scene, but you get so involved in the "game" that none of the extra's really matter. This can be very difficult. Great story with an interesting twist, vivid graphics with beautiful detail, and excellent voiceovers.

  4. Some of the puzzles or mini-games have a bit of difficulty but most of those in the demo are doable. If you're tired of the same ol', same ol', give this one a try! The ending didn't feel rushed like they sometimes do.

  5. Some of the puzzles or mini-games have a bit of difficulty but most of those in the demo are doable. In my opinion, there is no hand-holding in this game--that is, depending upon the level you choose. Inside the letter was a card with the same symbol that was on the back of Melissa's hand.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tikatoy from Original, engaging story Many hidden object games have fairly predictable stories and unoriginal settings. It is a game that would be awesome if they actually made a series for it by itself. With eerie atmosphere and a host that deals the cards, you get transported into a fiction world that influences the outcome of your real life.

  7. Love it Love it. The maze alone seemed elementary at first, but it took some work on my part to reach the end. The game plays out in several "rounds" story acts where you select a different card each time that gives you a special power.

  8. They could develop many, many more; starting with how the cards began. There's the Banisher card that can scare off the beast, the Runebreaker, the Lurker and even a Shaman card that allows you to speak to the dead. 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. If you prefer the CE version of a game because of the extra goodies, Deck of Fates includes: hidden symbols to find, morphing objects that are found in the HOPS, multi-part achievements to earn, wallpapers, soundtracks, a card gallery, replay of HOPS, a bonus chapter and strategy guide. One of the HOPS was applying the tile stencil to the objects to form a complete image; well, that took me awhile to accomplish.

  9. Loaded with puzzles. The map, hint button, and journal are very excellent tools. But the mini-games are like no other I've ever encountered. In the extras you can do an Ultimate HOP, a jigsaw puzzle, replay the HOPs and mini-games, find any dog paws that you missed or wanted to do later, as well as all the other extras like wallpapers, music, etc.

  10. Evan is invited to play a game of chance in the desolate town of Waldberg where if he wins he will find his lost love. The main story is about Evan trying to find Melissa in a Deck of Fates card game. The voiceovers, graphics, and music are fantastic. The only thing I found a little odd - that it was filed under the Rite of Passage series These all had a good challenge to them and I really enjoyed them.

  11. 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. The devs put an enormous amount of thought into this game. 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.

  12. The card was an invite to play a game, with a promise of making his chances rise in his never ending search for her, if only a fraction. And there was no skipping on that one! Good balance of HOPs and individual puzzles that includes a blend of many types and styles.

  13. I enjoyed the puzzles, the plot, and the visuals. Zoom zones can be flipped, and interactive windows pop up in sections as you progress. This game is all about the Cards of a Deck, you will collect different ones that do different things as you try to slay the Beast, AND you only have till dawn to do so, because the game ends everyday at dawn and you'll have to start all over again the next day, if you survive that is! All up the game and bonus took me about 7 hours to play, which I did during the course of the week. In my opinion, there is no hand-holding in this game--that is, depending upon the level you choose.

  14. The bonus is about Melissa rescuing Evan where she collects cards through three different portals. Each time you use a card you will play a Mini Game where you click a moving ball to guide it into several openings of a moving labyrinth, but if your timing is off you'll have to start all over. This game is worth playing just on the basis of the fresh storytelling.

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