Maze: Subject 360

From the makers of the Rite of Passage series comes a ground-breaking new series that's as creepy as it gets... You wake up in a strange room, and an eerie child's voice tells you you've been given a test. Can you pass it? Do you even want to? Subject 360 features innovative game-play that allows you to make choices as you progress in the game.

Maze: Subject is one of Mad Head's very best, and that's saying a lot. Everything was top notch -- the eerie music, sound effects, realistic graphics and a storyline that hooked me immediately. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JulzCat from One of the coolest games I've ever played!!! Will be looking for other games from this company. If you are looking for a scare while playing games of this type, this one is definitely a great option!!!! On the easiest difficulty setting, Maze took us over 4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anashroberts32 from I wish more games were made like this series The first time I tried this game was on Android, but upon purchasing the pc version of this game, I was absolutely hooked. Unfortunately, after we entered the second chapter, this psychological thriller kind of turned into another good-vs-evil themed game, which is less fascinating. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anouymous from Creepy! Fighting off evil beings as in hitting them to make them let go of you is also a fun twist, something unusual in casual games. Even though there were some creepy, jump out of my seat moments there were moments were the scenes changed and became bright and cheery, adding a calm after being kept on my toes for a bit. I like that it gives us choices, too. Loved how the bonus chapter tied into the main game. Big Fish Games has a lot of great fun games. I would have given 5 stars all across the board if

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Excellent graphics as well. It was exciting, surprising and loads of scary Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist Completed: Once I started I couldn't stop til the end. I finished it fairly quickly but will be looking out for and follow-up titles. Definitely a game for the ones who are looking to something more than Hidden Objects. Would love to be able to do the bonus Maze: Subject 360 but I guess it will have to wait until I can play through again and make sure the Extras button appears on my menu screen. This is a 'must play' game. I loved the sound effects, the challenge, it was jus great. Lots to explore and figure out. The music score was awesome, it played the right pieces just a the perfect moments to fit the suspense, creepy, or calm Solitaire: Ted And P.E.T. And then there is the sense of adventure-survival-horror: YEAH! Some of the puzzles had no skip and I had to refer to the Guide for assistance when I got tired or frustrated. This game was fantastic, I hope there will be a part II someday. In this series:. Queens Garden 2 published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Can you find the Pigeon?

I am happy this game brings me new fun. The music score was awesome, it played the right pieces just a the perfect moments to fit the suspense, creepy, or calm moments. The story line was actually interesting and I followed it, which I normally don't do. Nonetheless, the game still got us hooked and we were definitely captivated by the twisted plot that we want to finish the whole game in one sitting. I like that it gives us choices, too. A gripping, suspense of creepiness with brightness thrown in. Lots to explore and figure out. The others have already said it all. Story-wise, Maze plays on our curiosity by slowly revealing details leading up to the main plot. I was very impressed with this game. In fact, I played it in one sitting because I just couldn't tear myself away from it. I loved it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bcorsica from Excellent Loved that game. I did the jigsaw puzzle in the bonus section and the little girl came back to talk to me. Date published:

It is the creepiest game I have ever played. I loved the interaction between the Gods vs Humans world and the real world. Was this game entertaining? Excellent graphics as well. There's so much more to this game than what the demo implies, yet it delivers all the way through. I was very impressed with this game. I played through on my Mac. Please keep going with this series!


It sure was a fun ride. Please keep going with this series! The storyline was fantastic! It was creepy and kept my interest from beginning to end. I didn't find all the morph so I went back and got them in the bonus Hops. Rated 5 out of 5 by SamReklaw01 from Finally! In fact, I played it in one sitting because I just couldn't tear myself away from it. The story is interesting, well told and well tied together. In this series:. And then there is the sense of adventure-survival-horror: YEAH! I can really tell that the creators worked hard on the story and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Can you find the Pigeon? I've never played a game where I wanted to get through the hidden object scenes as quickly as possible so I could get to the next step and find out what's going to happen next! The music score was awesome, it played the right pieces just a the perfect moments to fit the suspense, creepy, or calm moments.

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  1. The story is interesting, well told and well tied together. Definitely a game for the ones who are looking to something more than Hidden Objects. I loved be able to make choices here in there, it add a nice bonus to the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anashroberts32 from I wish more games were made like this series The first time I tried this game was on Android, but upon purchasing the pc version of this game, I was absolutely hooked. Still loved it and would highly recommend!

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by isthatlulu from So Much Fun!!! Creepy as it can be at first I think this is one of the best games I've played all year!

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SiggaMaja from Loved this game I have never played such a thrilling and exciting game, hopefully I will see more of these games Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game! If you're not afraid of a little fright then get this game. Story-wise, Maze plays on our curiosity by slowly revealing details leading up to the main plot.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5 by carolinachick from One of the best lately I love this game. So fun to play, so different too. Everything was top notch -- the eerie music, sound effects, realistic graphics and a storyline that hooked me immediately.

  5. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hmtbeads from Super creepy and fun This game was probably the creepiest game I've played in years. This game is excellent and has a lot of original aspects incorporated in the gameplay -- and yet I think we are just beginning to tap into these new possibilities; I really look forward to what the future will bring from developpers such as Mad Head and Goblinz. It has high production values, a juicy story and a well-executed horror theme - an instant classic!

  6. To all you one-star rating people, shame on you. I played through on my Mac. Did the same thing with swirls in each scene only missed 3. Maze: Subject opened with a lot of promise, and immediately we knew that this game is a strong contender for the Game of the Year status. In addition, the soundtracks are equally fantastic — certainly help make this creepy game a lot creepier.

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