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Campfire Legends: The Last Act -- Premium Edition

Average Rating 21 player reviews ( 2.8 out of 5.0 )

Past and present merge into one final terrifying chapter.

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Game Description

Past and present merge into one final terrifying chapter in Campfire Legends - The Last Act Premium Edition.
Reggie and Ashley are on their way to surprise the campfire girls when a sudden accident strands them deep in the middle of nowhere. As Reggie wakes up from the blackout, she realizes Ashley is gone. The car isn't going anywhere and Reggie's phone is dead; the only sign of life is a small light emanating from a mysterious mansion.
Follow Reggie's search for Ashley whose only logical destination is the dark manor before her. Investigate the halls and their eerie surroundings, looking for clues and helpful items to solve the many complex puzzles located within. Will she find Ashley? Will they catch up with the campfire girls? Will Reggie realize that she is much closer related to the horrors of the mansion than she could have ever imagined?

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  • by anonymous on Nov 02, 2013

    nice game usually like the campfire legends games, but this one had some quirks. The first couple of scenes were very dark which made finding anything a serious challenge. Then there was a lot - and I mean a lot - of going back and forth. It became a little crazy - I would click one one thing and had to find objects for that and then as soon as I finished and clicked on something else, I had to find objects for that. It was a different take on hidden objects, to be sure, but this was like Jason being sent to Bellevue, being discharged, being sent back and being discharged again. It was a lot of back and forth. The dialogue was okay, if not cheesy, but what do you expect from a game with young adults with teenage like personalities? There was one part toward the end where the girls kept screaming for help and I wanted to leave them there - just kidding! No, seriously, I wanted to leave them. Anyway, play and decide for yourself. Not worth paying the game, which I did. See more See less

  • by fire23710 on Jul 31, 2012

    oh campfire legends the last act is just blood curlin but everyone knows the thing thar ran infront of the car was lisa she just needed help that mansion u went into was the babysitter mansion the stairs the libary everything the game cant scare u if u know if the thing is lisa with rare skin diesease she was in that house for like 1 year i think i cant beleive lisa is just alive i just forgot if the teenage girl found ashly i dont know but people who try this game will find it not spooky but challanging so good luck playin this game See more See less

  • by samijo76 on Jun 06, 2012

    I really liked this game. The settings were often dark and some items were small, very small, but, The hints were plentiful enough to get through it without too much trouble. Great game, All Three! See more See less

  • by TexasCherry on May 28, 2012

    Love the Campfire games but they dropped the ball on this one. Too much back and forth and too dark. Feels like it was thrown together to end it. See more See less

  • by trixiethepit on Feb 02, 2012

    Was very disappointed. I would not recommend wasting time on this game!! See more See less

  • by slorence on Nov 10, 2011

    Did not care for this HOG. Story line was about the only thing that was interesting. Graphics were not good. Some scenes were blurry and hard to see anything. Not worth the trial. See more See less

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