Final Cut: Homage Collectors Edition

From the developers who brought you Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian The Hope Diamond… …Eipix’s dramatic continuation of the Final Cut story line! A serial killer calling himself “the Director” has targeted your father’s movie legacy for his magnum opus, and he’s cast you in the starring role. Your father’s projector appears again as a game-play feature, allowing you to switch between real-life scenes and the Director’s movie sets. Save your family from certain death as the Director tries to immortalize them as works of “art.” Beat him at his game of cat-and-mouse. And uncover the Director’s true identity before the final credits roll! 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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You have everything at your fingertips, offering a great Fina, experience that is not only entertaining, but also challenging enough to make it a must buy. Edktion love Eipix Pirate Mysteries: A Tale of Monkeys, Masks, and Hidden Objects their flagship series Final Cut, but this third installment is even better, than my highest expectations. Collecting the movie clapboards. Take the photo purple. Map is great and HOS are highly interactive. Every scene is nice done, with lot's of details, like in every Eipix game. Sometimes you Iron Sea Defenders objects to collect that jump out at you and where is the challenge to that? Touch the umbrella for the HOP R. While you are hard at work to save your family, the Finsl Michael Harris is at your side to get the story of a lifetime, like ha sais. I played the previous two adventures as SEs, but this one is so special I will have to Collectoors the CE. In addition, the characters are lifelike and they animate much more swiftly than before The soundtracks match the mood and the theme of the game so are the voice-overs. Bravo guys!!! Solution: 3 and 4. Fun to play.

I loved the rabbit and carrot game at the very beginning which had me stumped at first due to the vagueness of the directions, once having figured it out, I felt like an idiot. Keep it going! I've never seen that in a HOPA game before. So for those of you who got hypnotized and bought the game , enjoy enjoy!! In some areas you are thrown back to a different surrounding yet still on the same screen. Have a great week-end solving this one! Return to the Foyer deck F. There are many persons you've already seen in FC 1 and 2 back in this third part. I found this part of the game the easiest of all, even though some souvenirs are actually hidden within the location. There are new puzzles, very different types of HO's. This game was developed with a twisted mind but , OH so good. He knows always what you do and follows you, while you try to save your family members in time, and talks some crazy nonsense about art makes immortal. As the third game in the epic Final Cut series, Eipix brings the game up another level. Open the box for a HOP.

Without the use of black bar hints, sparkles, glints or skips, you really do need to use your brain cells, rely on your memory skills and apply logic in order to solve some Claws & Feathers 3 the puzzles. Despite that, Fjnal are more than enough to keep you entertained during the game like the well-hidden clapperboards, nice achievements, a helpful strategy guide and gallery items. Move the knobs in this order until the image on the blue line appears in that Zumas Revenge O, Q, P, R. You have your collectables that are not so easy to spot. Solution Cut. The Director has staged exact replicas of Mr. The Director plans to kill your friends and Cit: if you don't go back home and be in his movie, using your father's projector, of course.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from Lights, Camera, Action — An Awesome Final Cut and Well Worth the Wait Final Cut Homage is the third game in the series and in this offering we are on the tail of a serial killer who is obsessed with our father and his films and who as such is after our family. Wonderful job Eipix team! Press the button to reach the Foyer C. Go into the Kitchen. Go to the Backyard. The CE comes with 4 playing modes, replayable cutscenes, puzzles, HO's and much more. You will love spending time just looking through each scene as they are beautifully designed and surprisingly enough, you will remember some of them from previous games we have played form these developers. Remove the record. I've never seen that in a HOPA game before. I really do think that this time they deserve a standing ovation and applause for this latest chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nilosh from Standing Ovation For This One Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian : The Hope Diamond is by far one of my favorite games and now one of my favorite developers has returned with the continuation of the Final Cut storyline. Rub the cue chalk on the paper for a clue. You have to click on the map, then click on the area you are in such as mansion, then click on the circled room to travel there, I know I'm being picky, but I could have computer generated walked to that area by the time I get done finding the area on the map that I want to travel to. Naturally you have your collectables, clapper boards that are extremely well hidden within each scene and I do applaud the developers for this.

The story is an offshoot of the main one that is played with a different character and occurs in the story while you are elsewhere. Naturally you have your collectables, clapper boards that are extremely well hidden within each scene and I do applaud the developers for this. The graphics are wonderful. You play the normal daughter of Morton Wolf, who receives a package while meeting with a reporter who tells you about a serial murderer called "the Director". There is a clapper board indicator in the bottom right that shows if you have found the one in this location yet. The 18 awards are nicely presented as thumbnail images on the movie screen. At the beginning of the game, we meet up with a journalist who tags along to write the ultimate behind the scenes story of the "Director" as his homage unfolds. Solution B : take the clue and the COG. Fun to play. Return to the Dining car. This is one of the best games I have played in a long time. Good length. I love the cutscenes and the real actors.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from Lights, Camera, Action — An Awesome Final Cut and Well Worth the Wait Final Cut Homage is the third game in the series and in this offering we are on the tail of a serial killer who is obsessed with our father and his films and who as such is after our family. The 18 awards are nicely presented as thumbnail images on the movie screen. In some areas you are thrown back to a different surrounding yet still on the same screen. Main menu includes three modes of game play along with customized settings which deserves applause. He calls himself the director and he taunts you with insane recordings of his intentions, to make his film a work of art, with you as the lead character! Once we find all of the collectibles we can find out how to use them at the end of the game. You can find the morphing objects in the replayable HOPs, and the places you still need to find them are indicated by a highlighted jigsaw puzzle piece. All I can say is that I am so impressed with the talent of this game developer who has presented some excellent games over the past year or two. Every scene is nice done, with lot's of details, like in every Eipix game. Wolfs most famous films, starting with your house, he is using the projector that makes reality into fantasy, making whoever looks at the projector believe they are indeed a pirate or whatever the projector is playing. Enter the Darkroom M. Play the HOP S. Touch the barrel; enter the Study. Or the detective, which hasn't got the best name as detective.

9 thoughts on “Final Cut: Homage Collectors Edition

  1. Return to the Backyard. The graphics are excellent with the same art deco design and scenery of the two previous games in the series. Rub the cue chalk on the paper for a clue. This is the third in the Final Cut series, and each one seems to get harder! There is one feature in this game that I wasn't crazy about, the Map.

  2. There weren't much games beside the popular MCF franchise, that were that great! The Director plans to kill your friends and family if you don't go back home and be in his movie, using your father's projector, of course. Bravo guys!!!

  3. Plus, there are different object search mode in just a single scene! You also have your hint button, and four modes to choose from, including custom. At the beginning of the game, we meet up with a journalist who tags along to write the ultimate behind the scenes story of the "Director" as his homage unfolds.

  4. I loved the rabbit and carrot game at the very beginning which had me stumped at first due to the vagueness of the directions, once having figured it out, I felt like an idiot. Play the HOP. The story is an offshoot of the main one that is played with a different character and occurs in the story while you are elsewhere. Oh wow. This game has enough challenge to please even the most skeptical hard-core players.

  5. Solution Y. Despite that, there are more than enough to keep you entertained during the game like the well-hidden clapperboards, nice achievements, a helpful strategy guide and gallery items. Mini games are well done such as guiding a rabbit on a labyrinth maze box until he reaches the carrot, but some areas make sections of this box rotate as you are traveling along the maze paths to the side of the box, the maze will then rotate to the next side of the box and so forth. Plus, there are different object search mode in just a single scene!

  6. Sometimes you have objects to collect that jump out at you and where is the challenge to that? This game was developed with a twisted mind but , OH so good. Diary with pictures and notes. Solution: Play the HOP.

  7. While you are hard at work to save your family, the reporter Michael Harris is at your side to get the story of a lifetime, like ha sais. There weren't much games beside the popular MCF franchise, that were that great! The music is wonderful, some classic tracks from the first games were combined with some new ones in a wonderful way.

  8. I personally prefer to sweat it out and go in totally blind which makes the game truly challenging. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from Twisted This is yet another superb sequel to the Final Cut series. This is an excellent ongoing saga, usually big hit games such as Final Cut, can't keep the momentum going for a second game so kudos for pulling off three great games, enjoy!

  9. Wolfs most famous films, starting with your house, he is using the projector that makes reality into fantasy, making whoever looks at the projector believe they are indeed a pirate or whatever the projector is playing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from Lights, Camera, Action — An Awesome Final Cut and Well Worth the Wait Final Cut Homage is the third game in the series and in this offering we are on the tail of a serial killer who is obsessed with our father and his films and who as such is after our family. Silhouette progressive HOS as well as lists; objects are very well hidden but with good visibility. This is one of the best games I have played in a long time. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Super Game I think this game was deff worth owning the collectors edition.

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