Rite of Passage: The Perfect Show Collector's Edition
Average Rating 4 player reviews ( 3.8 out of 5.0 )
After your student goes missing alongside several other children, the mystery is yours to solve.
Solve the Mystery of Everlake in Rite of Passage: The Perfect Show! You are a teacher in Everlake, a small town recently struck by a series of unexplained child abductions. When your student goes missing, it is up to you to take up the role of a detective and save the children. On your quest you will uncover secrets, solve challenging problems and encounter enigmatic characters with unclear motives. In the town of Everlake nothing is at it seems, as the story of crime, mystery and supernatural events unfolds before your eyes. At the center of it all stands the old puppet theater and its elusive patron. The Perfect Show is coming.
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Honestly I'm so tired of HO games where you do the same thing. That being said, this is just another HO game. I did not like or dislike it, its what it is. Alot of going back and forth. Played on mute so cant rate sound. I really wish IWIN would come out with some new games that are not HO. See more See less
I actually love this game even though I usually hate running back and forth constantly...this one is tolerable, fun and challenging! I love the graphics and the story too. You set out to find the four kidnapped children by a psycho-pathic kidnapper and find yourself immersed in the wonderful graphics and story and find yourself wanting to save them even more. I clicked through most of the dialogue since it was only a trial, but I will wait (impatiently) for the game to go All Access so I can read/listen to the dialogue and finally complete the game! 2 Thumbs Up and Smiles all around! See more See less
I think this is a great game. You have to find four missing children that some crazy man kidnapped. There is plenty of back and forth, but the game flows so you are able to remember where you need to be when you find a clue. The mini games can be a little bit of a pain, but they are fun. The dialogue can be clicked through, but it can be fun to listen to to get the idea behind the story. HO scenes are easy and may require you to do something to find an object. Waiting for All Access as iWin games tend to go to All Access after a while. See more See less