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:

Collecting the movie clapboards.. Fun to play. When you arrive, your gardener is wrapped up in a scene from one of your father's movies - he thinks he's a pirate. Touch the bricks purple for a puzzle. Wish the achievements had been better. Keep it going! Walk down three times. The beautiful Christmas and wintry scenes, the story line, switching between movie reels and real scenes, HOS, mini games voice-overs ect.. I love Eipix and their flagship series Final Cut, but this third installment is even better, than my highest expectations. In some areas you are thrown back to a different surrounding yet still on the same screen. Open the box for a HOP. But can you trust him? Now my favorite part Go into the Kitchen.

Date published: The last one was a bit of a disappointment but they now have come up again with a gruesome storyline and terrific animation scenes. Place the COG on the mechanism for a puzzle. 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. Play the HOP The mini-games are clever and fun. All the other CE bling is present as well. Go to the Recreation room. Wish the achievements had been better. Return to the Hotel lobby. Clean the plates white with the cleaning liquid and the sponge. Return to the Palace. In the end, this is a spectacular game and the best of the series, IMHO. This game makes you say: Huh? Main menu includes three modes of game play along with customized settings which deserves applause.

When you arrive, your gardener is wrapped up in a scene from one of your father's movies - he thinks he's a pirate. Mini games are a blast to play, very well executed and just the right amount of challenge to prolong the playing time. I found this part of the game the easiest of all, even though some souvenirs are actually hidden within the location. But even that's better now if you compare it with the latest Eipix releases. There are also 15 morphing items that also have an icon that shows up -- I found one in a HOS. Golly gee, guess who your package is from? 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. The beautiful Christmas and wintry scenes, the story line, switching between movie reels and real scenes, HOS, mini games voice-overs ect.. Fun to play. The remainder of the CE content is standard fare with nothing exceptional in the package. I played the previous two adventures as SEs, but this one is so special I will have to purchase the CE. Likewise the morphing objects 15 can be found in the HOPs, and an indicator shows if you have found it or not. I really love such mad personalities. Press the switch.


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Voice-overs are well acted and the music in the background offers the right amount of tension to the game. Then we have the puzzles which are terrific. Very creative! Afterall an absolute Eipix winner and the best game in until today! Find it out, I don't want to spoil who's behind the Directors mask. I applaud the imagination that these developers have. Additionally, there is the bonus Fable of Dwarfs, the strategy guide -- useful for finding clapperboards and morphing objects, I suspect. Another one makes you guide a phonograph needle through a maze on the record. The opening cutscene is pure awesomeness, the same goes for the followed cutscenes in the game. Without the use of black bar hints, sparkles, glints Final Cut: Homage Collectors Edition skips, you really do need to use your brain cells, rely on your memory skills and apply logic in order to solve some of the puzzles. Change the symbols H. Align the picture with the wall to find the secret compartment behind the bricks. Collecting the movie clapboards.

Main menu includes three modes of game play along with customized settings which deserves applause. Solution B : take the clue and the COG. I really love the way this game has been presented both in graphics and sound. The level of challenge is quite ok. Map is great and HOS are highly interactive. You must concentrate here, or you'll get yourself confused! This is the third in the Final Cut series, and each one seems to get harder! Return to the Living room. Walk down three times. As the third game in the epic Final Cut series, Eipix brings the game up another level. Return to the Foyer. Mini games are a blast to play, very well executed and just the right amount of challenge to prolong the playing time.

I love how this game Mad Mouse in scenes from previous Eipix games. The music is wonderful, some classic Fina, from the first games were combined with some new ones in a wonderful way. Inception of Darkness: Exorcist 3 last one was a bit of a disappointment but they now have come up again with a gruesome storyline and terrific animation scenes. The cut scene in the beginning kind of sums up the first two adventures, with daddy dying and crazy half-sister trying to kill your brother Frederick. Afterall an absolute Eipix winner and the best game in until today! 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. With the help of an ally in the person of a reporter, will we be able to stop this Hlmage and save what is left of our family? In previous games, there Collectorss one additional item to be collected in each room, that gave you a final picture of what you'd accomplished -- Collectorss and easy to do.


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Final Cut: Homage Collector's Edition - Walkthrough Part 1

11 thoughts on “Final Cut: Homage Collectors Edition

  1. You have your collectables that are not so easy to spot. Touch the umbrella for the HOP R. Go to the Recreation room.

  2. Everything you want in a game and more. Return to the Dining car. Find it out, I don't want to spoil who's behind the Directors mask.

  3. Go to the Recreation room. Press the switch. Move the knobs in this order until the image on the blue line appears in that section: O, Q, P, R. There is a clapper board indicator in the bottom right that shows if you have found the one in this location yet. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Super Game I think this game was deff worth owning the collectors edition.

  4. Take the photo fragment P. Wonderful job Eipix team! There weren't much games beside the popular MCF franchise, that were that great! Another one makes you guide a phonograph needle through a maze on the record.

  5. There were gorgeous scenes throughout the game yet they dont use those as wallpapers. The opening cutscene is pure awesomeness, the same goes for the followed cutscenes in the game. Every scene is nice done, with lot's of details, like in every Eipix game.

  6. But can you trust him? Touch the bricks purple for a puzzle. And sometimes two types of HO's combined in one.

  7. 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. Date published: Take the photo fragment P. The graphics are wonderful. In this the CE version of Final Cut Homage, there are achievements to be earned as well as collectibles to find.

  8. The storyline. The HOS are a mixture of interactive list finds and finding the items that match the silhouetted shapes, but, each HOS has a place to zoom into for yet another window sized hidden object scene for even more finds! Return to the Living room.

  9. And sometimes two types of HO's combined in one. It is a game in itself, which you get to play with the actual Final Cut team! Or the detective, which hasn't got the best name as detective.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Super Game I think this game was deff worth owning the collectors edition. Take the HARP. Have a great week-end solving this one!

  11. Align the picture with the wall to find the secret compartment behind the bricks. 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 of the puzzles. Press the button red. 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. Return to the Catwalk.

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