Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff

Mad Head Games brings you the next chilling installment in the Rite of Passage series! Your plans for a surprise visit to your husband while he's on a work trip are thwarted when you discover he's missing! Either the people of Hackamore Bluff haven't seen him, or they're not willing to admit it. With strange specters around every corner, can you find your husband and escape before it's too late? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

I recommend the SE version in lieu of the CE version. As you can see by the title of my review we might just be meeting some creepy townsfolk as we move through the game. Date published: This is one of the first games in months that has held my attention and kept me on the edge of my chair as I played. Lately, the Rite of Passage series seems to have lost its style a little bit. HOPs a bit challenging. We find the standard fare but the extras included make this a CE value that you should consider. If you don't like it the first time you certainly won't like it 10 more times after that. Regardless, that does not discount the fact that Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff is an improvement regarding previous editions in the series and is brilliantly executed. As you can guess by the title of my review this is a great mystery game that includes all of the creepiness that most of us could hope to find. It will bounce, jiggle, and sparkle in our UI until we pick it up and use it for whatever the purpose might be. For many of us who play virtually every HOPA game that comes our way, the mechanics and basics of the game are nothing new. If you want to use your brain and also get a lot of pleasure then this game is for you.

I would have given this game a solid 4 stars but for the fact that the talisman ritual just got so repetitive that it irritated me to distraction! There is a puzzle to complete before it is ready to use guess the thing used too much energy trying to get our attention. HOPs a bit challenging. On the audio side, the subdued, but creepy soundtracks serve their purpose well and the voice-overs are definitely solid. When the demo ended I was so thoroughly involved in the game that it was a shock. You sometimes have to think outside of the box. Lately, the Rite of Passage series seems to have lost its style a little bit. The storyline is not the most original, but the suspenseful vibe of the atmosphere, the characters, and the town itself is engaging enough to pull us right in. As you can see by the title of my review we might just be meeting some creepy townsfolk as we move through the game. The voice-overs are definitely spot on and realistic. Example--to get rid of some moss on a rusted out oven door, you use a spray bottle filled with beer and it lights up like fire? I was stretched and instead of playing on a kind of autopilot had to use the little grey cells.


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I appreciate a bit of wit in Charma: The Land of Enchantment conversation lines but it is not necessary for a good game, and this game is solid in all aspects. We have the same tools but this time there is no cute little helper to amuse us with its antics. The game has a great storyline that is well developed for a change and one that creates a great feeling of mystery and fright at least for me. Hackamore Bluff is an amazing addition to the Rite of Passage series and I love everything about it. During a call to his wife our character in the game he tells her that he has Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff found what he has spent years looking for. As you can guess by the title of my review this is a great mystery game that includes all of the creepiness that most of us could hope to find. Still, Mishap 2: An Intentional Haunting of Passage: Hackamore Bluff is a beautifully designed game and it certainly looks great enough to propel the game forward and keep you engaged. Despite falling short of breaking any new grounds, Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff is still an entertaining game through and through. For me, most of the fun in a game is discovery as we move Battle Slots the game. Just didn't enjoy this one. As you can see by the title of my review we might just be meeting some creepy townsfolk as we move through the game. Too many uses for items that made no sense at all. The CE value is very good and there are lots of goodies included.

Lately, the Rite of Passage series seems to have lost its style a little bit. When the demo ended I was so thoroughly involved in the game that it was a shock. Date published: Was really ready for this game to end. As you can guess by the title of my review this is a great mystery game that includes all of the creepiness that most of us could hope to find. We feel like the location designs could have been more imaginative and more visual details could have been added. There is a puzzle to complete before it is ready to use guess the thing used too much energy trying to get our attention. Still, Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff is a beautifully designed game and it certainly looks great enough to propel the game forward. Regardless, that does not discount the fact that Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff is a brilliantly executed game. The talisman drove me crazy, especially since I don't care for memory games that much. Lately, the Rite of Passage series seems to have lost its style a little bit. Will you find Carlos and when you do what else will you find waiting for you in Hackamore Bluff. Happy gaming! There is a mini-game associated with it where you memorize and then repeat the sequence of skulls lighting up on a grid after they fade, which adds more cells each time. It also has a special mechanical device, the Talisman, which is occasionally used to progress the game and prompts a lite and fun mini-game.

Art work isn't bad. On the Battle Slots side, the subdued, but creepy soundtracks serve their purpose well and the voice-overs are Hackamor solid. If you don't like it the first time you certainly won't like it 10 more times after that. We find the standard fare but the extras included make this a CE value that you should consider. Weather Lord: Legendary Hero! CE Bonus Chapter B,uff a continuation scenario with mostly the same characters and same issues.


Art work isn't bad. It also has a special mechanical device, the Talisman, which is occasionally used to progress the game and prompts a lite and fun mini-game. Happy gaming! The puzzles were fun and even though most seemed easy, they were still quite entertaining. Date published: Just when he is about to tell her what that might be, the call is disconnected. Yet for me the game felt dull, quite predictable. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ninja from Not very good Story is not believable. Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff strikes a nice balance between the hidden object scenes and the puzzles. The townsfolk of Hackamore certainly have skeleton's in their closets, but it's time to call their Bluff All roads seem to lead to the good town doctor, Emily Lynch Repetitive music and soundtracks are always a distraction during gameplay in my opinion. Was really ready for this game to end.

3 thoughts on “Rite of Passage: Hackamore Bluff

  1. I appreciate a bit of wit in the conversation lines but it is not necessary for a good game, and this game is solid in all aspects. There is a mini-game associated with it where you memorize and then repeat the sequence of skulls lighting up on a grid after they fade, which adds more cells each time. There isn't a lot of hand holding in this game.

  2. Yet for me the game felt dull, quite predictable. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dargonnoone from Great Surprise I downloaded this game on the remote chance that it would be something a bit different and it didn't disappoint. I admire what the developer was trying to do here as in "Rite of Passage meets Haunted Hotel" from another review , which I think is a perfect description. On the audio side, the subdued, but creepy soundtracks serve their purpose well and the voice-overs are definitely solid. This was very good, thoroughly enjoyed!

  3. Everything to make a great game is here!! Repetitive music and soundtracks are always a distraction during gameplay in my opinion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Great game!

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