Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition

Every night you have the same nightmare. You see children wandering through a maze, crying for help. These sleepless nights are ruining your waking life. To stop them, you must return to Sullivan River Summer Camp to uncover what happened during that long-forgotten summer. Beware though, this camp isn't all that it seems. With every step, you can feel eyes watching you. Reveal the secret of the ancient labyrinth in this eerie Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. 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:

I just finished playing this game and had about 6 hours of great fun! Allthe mechanics, graphics and voiceovers are fantastic. The main game concludes very satisfactorily, for those wishing to wait for the SE, but the BC does follow on with a continuation that did not occur to me. Overall, this game has very close attention to detail and feels like a "complete" game. Nice touch. Very detailed graphics and challenging gameplay. In a campground style cartoon map, the type given at at state parks, the gamer can jump anywhere already visited. Also a lot of places to go and things to do. Not hard at all and not going all over the place looking for things. You return to the Sullivan River camp to help you remember what happened and try to solve the mystery. It took me 5 hrs all inclusive. Graphics: Are clear, perfect even on a 22" monitor. Click on a location to move to it. This one is excellent!


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The Journal at the bottom left of the screen contains story updates, photos, clues and your current objectives. Years before, six children disappeared at Summer camp while playing at an archeological dig of a Celtic Labyrinth. Exciting locations with lots to do. It has a interactive map you can go straight to the desired location by clicking on the map and a journal. Look at this often. This one is excellent! If you like scary, this is it! Date published: Rated 5 Rvier of 5 by sportygal from What A Game For The Halloween Season - Review Of Completed Game Story: You take on the role of Derrick now an adult who is still traumatized by his childhood due to the disappearance of six children while playing at a Celtic Labyrinth so you seek out the help of a psychiatrist who recommends you return back to the scene of where it happened at the Sullivan River Summer Camp to try Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition rescue them. Nicely arranged, not junk-pile style. No sparkles but does show black bar tips up Sparkle 2 the top of the screen. Another nice touch- Items meant for combination with future items to form a final piece were locked out until Sabble were complete. Referenced it several times re: what to do next - Especially when per above use of Defense of Greece items wasn't accepted leaving Editoin gamer a little lost. As for HOS only 6 scenes. It has a very spooky ambience and gave me quite a start more than a few times.

I was so happy to have found this fun and clever game after a long spell without finding anything to catch my interest. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by neilskinut from good fun game Nice game. Thanks so much Big Fish and developer for an awesome game here. All found by word list and are interactive. I was hooked to this right from the get go and held my interest to the very end as I did not stop playing until I got to the end. What a way to start off the Halloween season since that is just right around the corner with this spooky, eerie game. Collecting the scout badges trophies is a nice touch. Exciting locations with lots to do. Great graphics, immersive atmosphere, sound very appropriate. This one is excellent! The graphics, HOS, music, voice overs along with the story being told. My overall impression: Wow! Items in yellow text need extra steps before you can see them. I shut it off.

I can sure tell there was some time and thought put into this game. All found by word list and are interactive. I confess. Nice touch. Items stay in the Inventory until they are used. So far I like it better then its counterparts The graphics, HOS, music, voice overs along with the story being told. You return to the Sullivan River camp to help you remember what happened and try to solve the mystery. My overall impression: Wow! Great graphics, nice Art of Murder: Secret Files length, great storyline!


The main game concludes very satisfactorily, for those wishing to wait for the SE, but the BC does follow on with a continuation that did not occur to me. All characters based and look realistic. Years before, six children disappeared at Summer camp while playing at an archeological dig of a Celtic Labyrinth. Nice touch. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from: casual, advanced and hard mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sportygal from What A Game For The Halloween Season - Review Of Completed Game Story: You take on the role of Derrick now an adult who is still traumatized by his childhood due to the disappearance of six children while playing at a Celtic Labyrinth so you seek out the help of a psychiatrist who recommends you return back to the scene of where it happened at the Sullivan River Summer Camp to try and rescue them. Overall, this game has very close attention to detail and feels like a "complete" game. For me however the bonus chapter was worth the extra money and very well put together and done. This would also be why I can say the main game does have a satisfactory ending to it cause it's something I never thought about while playing the game and even when I reached the end of it before starting the bonus. I liked that the puzzles where very logical for the most part and the HOS were fun and challenging too. HOS are not hard and do not need the hint button much but it works good. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. Extremely well put together and executed. Because some of this story takes place in dream state, some of the gameplay is not worthy of the totality of the game The game itself has good level of challenge, although the HOS are not difficult.

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Sable Maze: Sullivan River (Part 1): A Horrible Summer Camp

Not hard at all and not going all over the place looking for things. It took me 5 hrs all inclusive. I live for mini-game. HOS are not hard and do not need the hint button much but it works good. The actual gameplay consist gorgeous a little dark.. As for HOS only 6 scenes. I recommend the CE because there is a very long extra chapter that continues the story. There is an interactive map, a journal and threee levels of difficulty to choose from. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from: casual, advanced and hard mode. Extremely well put together and executed. Try it, I'm sure you'll love it too! The graphics, HOS, music, voice overs along with the story being told. All other CE content typical. All characters based and look realistic. Collecting the scout badges trophies is a nice touch.

10 thoughts on “Sable Maze: Sullivan River Collectors Edition

  1. HOS hidden object scenes : I counted 22 scenes for the main game. Thanks so much Big Fish and developer for an awesome game here. Horrifying surprises abound as you go through the camp, making it even more fun to play.

  2. Me, I am impatient, so I did not mind foregoing some of the rewards. Cutscenes very well made and appealing will hold you in this game. Good balance of interactive HOS, entertaining mini games, not too hard, but very enjoyable and some are brand new! Very detailed graphics and challenging gameplay. My overall impression: Wow!

  3. The cut scenes are very well made, with actors and drive the storyline well. You return to the Sullivan River camp to help you remember what happened and try to solve the mystery. There are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from: casual, advanced and hard mode. Now for the bonus chapter: I'm sorry if this will come across as contradictory but I honestly don't know how to explain without spoiling anything but here I go: The main game does wrap up satisfactory and very well done however there is a continuation that I never gave thought to in the bonus chapter. For me however the bonus chapter was worth the extra money and very well put together and done.

  4. It is a logical apart from the obvius Suspend Belief we all have to employ in these games and well thought out game that makes perfect sense regarding tasks, items and objects and the emplying of said items, and flows beautifully. Items stay in the Inventory until they are used. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rebr from Loved!

  5. I was hooked to this right from the get go and held my interest to the very end as I did not stop playing until I got to the end. What a way to start off the Halloween season since that is just right around the corner with this spooky, eerie game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by neilskinut from good fun game Nice game.

  6. I did skip a few of these as I'm not a fan of the puzzles and can be skipped in less than a minute. Puzzles: Some of the same seen in many games such as rotate rings however came across a few different ones I've never seen before anyway. You return to the Sullivan River camp to help you remember what happened and try to solve the mystery. All characters based and look realistic. Play the demo; if you like it, then it is worth buying as it only gets better.

  7. Date published: There's also some puzzles of course. HOS are not hard and do not need the hint button much but it works good. Years before, six children disappeared at Summer camp while playing at an archeological dig of a Celtic Labyrinth.

  8. HOS are not hard and do not need the hint button much but it works good. Completing a hidden object scene or puzzle earns more objects for your inventory. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. It got a kick out of this one and highly recommend.

  9. The graphics are great, the atmosphere is immersive and the music and sound effects are appropriate, including ghosts that pop up from time to time. In a campground style cartoon map, the type given at at state parks, the gamer can jump anywhere already visited. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sportygal from What A Game For The Halloween Season - Review Of Completed Game Story: You take on the role of Derrick now an adult who is still traumatized by his childhood due to the disappearance of six children while playing at a Celtic Labyrinth so you seek out the help of a psychiatrist who recommends you return back to the scene of where it happened at the Sullivan River Summer Camp to try and rescue them.

  10. Good balance of interactive HOS, entertaining mini games, not too hard, but very enjoyable and some are brand new! I shut it off. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sportygal from What A Game For The Halloween Season - Review Of Completed Game Story: You take on the role of Derrick now an adult who is still traumatized by his childhood due to the disappearance of six children while playing at a Celtic Labyrinth so you seek out the help of a psychiatrist who recommends you return back to the scene of where it happened at the Sullivan River Summer Camp to try and rescue them.

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