bfgBellerophon
Marlin
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Please post your REVIEWS for Campfire Legends: The Last Act here

[Post New]by bfgBellerophon on May 14, 15 11:00 AM
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FishyFemale
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Campfire Legends: The Last Act here

[Post New]by FishyFemale on Jul 16, 15 9:47 PM
This is the third part of the Campfire Legends trilogy and supposedly continues the story that left off from the second installment. Since I've only played the demoes of each game, I don't know how well the story is fleshed out in each one, but the beginning of this one started out very cleverly using a major plot point from the second game's demo concerning hot chocolate. There's a strategy guide included and I discovered that I'd gotten through the first third of the guide at the end of the hour demo, so this appears to be a short game. I hadn't noticed if there's a guide included in the first two installments but walkthroughs are easily found elsewhere on the internet. The demo didn't pull me in quite as much as the last game in this series so I'll pass on this one. Items were harder to find because all the scenes were in the dark, but the skip on the one puzzle in the demo didn't require accumulating multiple hints like the former games did. A diary appeared right before the demo ended which provides the back story. This may very well be a good game for those who like the different kind of gameplay it offers, so do try it for yourself and see.

 
charlene_lane
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I really enjoyed the first two games

[Post New]by charlene_lane on Jul 19, 15 9:17 PM
This is the third and final game. Even though they carry on from each other, they are three different stories. I found the first two so addictive I couldn't stop playing (ssh even at work!!!! - in my lunch hour of course (yeah right).

These are very challenging games. No HOS but plenty of mini-games. Some items are very small, but please persevere because the stories are great. You can collect little bugs for extra hints, but I hardly ever used them. These games are like reading spooky comic books in bed under the covers at night - when I was a teenager of course, which wasn't that long ago (yeah right!).

The graphics are very good, the music is creepy and the stories are amazing - I couldn't ask for anything more because I LOVE these sorts of games that are out of the norm and a little crazy. Well done developers - you rock.

 
Valdy
Marlin
Marlin
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Campfire Legends: The Last Act here

[Post New]by Valdy on Aug 16, 15 2:41 AM
There are HOS in these games. For example, in the first game someone opened the girl's suitcase and everything was strewn all over the porch. So you had to find everything and put it back into the suitcase - this was a HOS.

 
 
 
 
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