Resurrection, New Mexico Collectors Edition

After a terrible traffic accident Amy Walters finds herself trapped in Resurrection, New Mexico! Now she must work with lost souls to escape the dark and mysterious world that seems to have a mind and a will of its own in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Can you reach the “other side” in time to live again and reunite with your daughter? Find out as you attempt to escape from Resurrection, New Mexico! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

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Resurrection, New Mexico Collector's Edition

The items in the hidden object scenes make sense to their surroundings. The HOGs are a strain at times. The plot and characters made sense AND the way you used and interacted with objects made sense! It's different from the others. Highly recommend. I was lucky enough to do the beta test on this game and loved it then. The bonus chapter will likely take less than an hour to complete. However, this could be the result of there being no voice acting in the game. You will also be looking for a terrified young girl who is hiding from the sheriff as well. Excellent story, that immediately caught my interest. That is the kind of game it is. The levels seemed to get shorter towards the end and I didn't want the game to wrap up quite so fast. Found the HOGs a bit deceptive in a good way. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rebr from First-Class Action Game Great storyline, full of threats and some funny scares!

When is some one going to give us some beautiful wallpaper or desktop background that one can use on the computer?? The plot and characters made sense AND the way you used and interacted with objects made sense! The puzzles are familiar but some of them do have unique spins. It's different from the others. Each area had its unique music and sounds. You know a great story makes such a difference in the game and I find the newer games seem to lack that. The levels seemed to get shorter towards the end and I didn't want the game to wrap up quite so fast. The puzzles in and of themselves were not difficult. Love the graphics! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rebr from First-Class Action Game Great storyline, full of threats and some funny scares! Especially appreciate the little real-life touches; guilt over letting her daughter down, anxiety due to her inability to contact anyone. Unfortunately, much of the game is dark and dreary and everything seems to be tinted brown. Also, apparently even in limbo cell phones still work. The music and sounds added to the game. You do not know if they are helping you


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Not that you will be using as your Resurrectoon anytime soon. The puzzles in and of themselves New Mexico Collectors Edition not difficult. You will be solving puzzles, collecting inventory items and searching through hidden object scenes to progress through the game. Nightmare on the Pacific one is great. Why can't they make more games with positive morals of the story? Highly recommended. Don't miss this game. That's my opinion. The bonus chapter will likely take less than an hour to complete. I can't tell you how nice it is to have a game that has a positive message in the storyline. There's also an excellent scene in the beginning. A great balance. Difficult Resurrection to be fun but not so hard it Resurrecgion frustrating.

The items in the hidden object scenes make sense to their surroundings. You play as a different character trapped in the town and answers a couple unanswered questions. Is it working with the sheriff or vice versa? Only thing is, you will need the Strategy Guide, it can get a little confusing. Why did the programmers not use the bonus game at the start of the game?? You know a great story makes such a difference in the game and I find the newer games seem to lack that. That is the kind of game it is. The levels seemed to get shorter towards the end and I didn't want the game to wrap up quite so fast. The plot and characters made sense AND the way you used and interacted with objects made sense! For the most part the puzzles are fairly easy, although there was one guessing game that ended up being frustrating simply because it was trial and error versus actual puzzle-solving. The music was great, to bad it was on a loop. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tammilee from Very well done!

The items in the hidden object scenes make sense to their surroundings. This New Mexico Collectors Edition a lot of the items in the scenes to blend in a little too well, especially if the items are small or skinny. The best part is that it added to the story line of the game. Resurrection, New Mexico is a solid game with an Resurrection plot. You will be solving puzzles, collecting inventory items and searching through hidden object scenes to progress through the game. Some of my favorites were small morphing elements that made you look twice. I liked the atmospheric music and there Sparkle Unleashed some great sound effects. It's different from the others.


Some are there to startle you, but some are just hillarious to watch over and over again. Some of my favorites were small morphing elements that made you look twice. These added to the game. This causes a lot of the items in the scenes to blend in a little too well, especially if the items are small or skinny. One of the best story lines I've played in a while. Only bad thing - it ended too soon! Highly recommend. Even the bonus game was better than a lot of the other games. But didn't expect to see it so soon. Excellent story, that immediately caught my interest. Game very well done, with neat details. I liked the atmospheric music and there were some great sound effects. Puzzles were not very hard but there is plenty to do in this adventure game besides HOS. When is some one going to give us some beautiful wallpaper or desktop background that one can use on the computer??

6 thoughts on “Resurrection, New Mexico Collectors Edition

  1. It was creepy, clever and a good mix of hidden object and puzzles. Keep your eyes peeled for those. Highly recommended.

  2. Excellent story, that immediately caught my interest. The plot and characters made sense AND the way you used and interacted with objects made sense! There's also an excellent scene in the beginning. This is one game that you have not been shorted on.

  3. Worth the value! But didn't expect to see it so soon. This is one game that you have not been shorted on.

  4. Nice contrast with the fantastical elements. There's also an excellent scene in the beginning. Found the HOGs a bit deceptive in a good way.

  5. The music and sounds added to the game. I'd be moving along alright and then "Uh, wait a sec Spooky atmosphere, lots of characters to interact with, interesting story. I was hooked from the first 10 minutes of the demo.

  6. There were some very cool, creepy visuals. This causes a lot of the items in the scenes to blend in a little too well, especially if the items are small or skinny. You must help Amy find a way to escape Resurrection before she is trapped there forever. Found the HOGs a bit deceptive in a good way. Spooky atmosphere, lots of characters to interact with, interesting story.

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