Maze: Nightmare Realm

WARNING: Maze: Nightmare Realm contains explicit content and is intended for mature audiences. Your nephew, Timmy, isn’t waking up. He isn’t sick or injured… He simply won’t – or can’t – wake up. To find out what’s wrong and bring him back, you enter his mindscape, where you’re confronted with a grim and twisted version of reality. You see, Timmy has a secret, one that’s keeping him trapped in this nightmarish world. Take a deep breath and follow him into the dark recesses of his mind, solving puzzles and escaping the terrifying creatures that lurk there.

As always, try the demo. There is a map that really came in handy. I almost talked myself out of buying this one even before playing the demo. Many were original to me and the games were not difficult. It is just Timmy subconscious dealing with experiences and emotions that happened in his waking life and giving it its own somewhat twisted but logic spin. Map: The map tells where the player is and has the special mark when you have something to do there. The Hidden Object Scenes are far and few between, and consist of Multiple finds, one of which allows you to earn several achievements there are Keywords in Sentence finds and Listed items as well, and in the CE version, each HOP has a Morphing Object to find. The graphics were really good. Boy and I glad I didn't listen to me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Nightmare Realm Once you learn that your nephew is unable to wake up you rush to his side and enter his mind in the hopes of bringing him back. Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there. Some of the puzzles I didn't understand and some were repeated two or three times and once is enough for me. Madhead does a great job presenting games, but feel they should give a little more on longevity. Each scene is decorated with sophisticated details, outstanding visual effects, and a haunting background music.

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I have Maze-Subject and Maze-The Broken Tower, great games both, but this newest addition to the series blew me away! Taken all in all, these definitely add to the already great game experience. Yes, I love a lot of different series, I'm addicted to HOPA games for sure, but I suppose that if I didn't love most of the games offered, there'd be no need of a membership lol. It shows where you have something to do and will transport. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anashroberts32 from Loved it once again This third edition to the Maze series was absolute gold once again!! I look forward to playing the other two games in the series. If I'm so engrossed in a game, that the abrupt ending of the demo takes me by surprise, or I just gotta know how the story ends, I know I have a winner, for me personally. We can't wait to see what Mad Head have up their sleeves the next time around. Many of the scenes have puzzles incorporated as well as some interactivity when it comes to finding many of the items. Well, that's my interpretation of it. When I rate a game, my biggest consideration is whether or not the demo held my attention. That probably means they were simple, but I'm not one to work all day trying to solve a puzzle. The Hidden Object Scenes are far and few between, and consist of Multiple finds, one of which allows you to earn several achievements there are Keywords in Sentence finds and Listed items as well, and in the CE version, each HOP has a Morphing Object to find.


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Many were original to me and the Bubble Zoo 2 were not difficult. The scenery was the right amount of dreariness to Maze: Nightmare Realm the eRalm for this spooky thriller. I had convinced myself it wasn't going to be any good, simply, because of the genre. That probably means they were simple, but I'm not one to work all day trying to solve a puzzle. You can become so strong and brave when it comes to people you love you may even surprise yourself. There is a map that really came in handy. The Maze series is back with another spine-chilling psychological thriller, and this one does not disappoint. I wait until a there's a sale that makes the CE the same price as an SE, and buy the game, but I usually wait until the SE version is released to finish playing it. I don't think it would be safe for people that have issues with flashes of lights, though, and there was plenty of that in this game. It is just Timmy subconscious dealing with experiences and emotions that happened in his waking Nightmxre and giving it Rdalm own somewhat twisted but logic spin. The choices you make may be the wrong ones, but Maze: Nightmare Realm is so fun to see the outcomes based on what you choose. Those looking for an intense challenge won't get it from the game either. The Mini Games are very doable, most are of good length and entertaining. Some of the puzzles I didn't understand and some were repeated two or three times and once is enough for Build-a-lot 3: Passport to Europe.

The scenery was the right amount of dreariness to set the stage for this spooky thriller. Honestly, the CE game doesn't have enough of a wow factor as far as the extra's go, to warrent the price difference, so this Standard Edition is probably the better choice. I always enjoy Mad Head's hidden object scenes and mini-games but these were some of the best from this developer. All in all, this was a great game experience. I tend to not pay much attention to this when enjoying a game but it felt like a descent amount, a couple of hours. In this series:. I did enjoy this one. The HO sequences and mini-games were no run-of-the-mill offerings. I, too, like a mini game that does not overshadow the pace of the story. The Mini Games are very doable, most are of good length and entertaining. To me, neither sequels have been better than the first, but they each have their own merits and are worth playing. When I rate a game, my biggest consideration is whether or not the demo held my attention. The production team did a great job with the sights and sounds. The first two Maze games were so impressive, mainly because they dared to break out of the box and played with unique stroylines.

In my opinion, seek and enjoy! Maze: Nightmare Realm accompanies its excellent delivery with a top-notch production; the visuals thrive, while the audio excels. There is a map that really came in handy. I connected with the child and wanted him safe and sound. I love puzzles in HOPA games and even though some puzzles are familiar there are still some surprises in difficulty. The hidden object scenes are extremely smart and are cleverly integrated into the storyline. Hidden objects were very varied, clear and clean and kept my interest trying to find everything. If while playing the demo, I feel distracted, bored or know how the story develops and wonder if it's ever going to end, I'm probably not going to buy the CE Elven Legend 5: The Fateful Tournament SE version. The HO sequences and mini-games were no run-of-the-mill offerings. It is Maze: Nightmare Realm perfect game for a lazy day. I have Maze-Subject and Maze-The Broken Tower, great games both, but this newest addition to the series blew me away!


Some have commented they thought the game was too short but I thought it was a bit long. The bonus chapter is a little weaker in our opinion, and has a decent length of roughly 50 minutes. It is great for a beginner and easy for anyone to get thru, but a experienced player would be bored. If it had not read reviews, I would have passed on this game. Hidden objects were very varied, clear and clean and kept my interest trying to find everything. Madhead does a great job presenting games, but feel they should give a little more on longevity. In the end, though, I could only give it 4 stars because it was simply too short. I had convinced myself it wasn't going to be any good, simply, because of the genre. The music is the same as the other games in the series and really isn't to my liking, but it isn't intrusive. You don't have to scroll through page after page looking for something that happened previously. Thank goodness for varying reviews. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press buttons in the correct sequence, according to the clue located somewhere in the room. The Mini Games are very doable, most are of good length and entertaining. I seldom if ever use the journals we get once in a while, but I used the clues several times.

7 thoughts on “Maze: Nightmare Realm

  1. However, Maze: Nightmare Realm chooses to adopt a not-so-unique storyline, one that has been done countless times before by other developers. Music wise, carries the mood of the game very well. Enjoy the play!

  2. The hidden object scenes are extremely smart and are cleverly integrated into the storyline. We can't wait to see what Mad Head have up their sleeves the next time around. Well, that's my interpretation of it. The way I see it, technically this is not a supernatural story although it could be seen as that. The Hidden Object Scenes are far and few between, and consist of Multiple finds, one of which allows you to earn several achievements there are Keywords in Sentence finds and Listed items as well, and in the CE version, each HOP has a Morphing Object to find.

  3. The way I see it, technically this is not a supernatural story although it could be seen as that. I had convinced myself it wasn't going to be any good, simply, because of the genre. Aunt Christine however, specializes in nightmares, and has agreed to enter Timmy's nightmare, and help him fight the demons that are haunting him. The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in my town.

  4. I especially enjoyed the mini games although some could be a little bit more challenging but they are more challenging than many other games I have played. You can become so strong and brave when it comes to people you love you may even surprise yourself. The game definitely does not do anything groundbreaking, but the complexity and the high level of challenge alone are enough to captivate us. However, it was way too short.

  5. Maze: Nightmare Realm comes in a little short of four hours, but we thoroughly enjoyed each and every minute of the game. The way I see it, technically this is not a supernatural story although it could be seen as that. The HOs and mini games were well done and the storyline was consistent. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press buttons in the correct sequence, according to the clue located somewhere in the room.

  6. As always, try the demo. There was one scene where a man kept jumping around the room that was a bit creepy, but not explicit. Madhead does a great job presenting games, but feel they should give a little more on longevity.

  7. I look forward to playing the other two games in the series. I like the idea of walking through someone's nightmare and seeing a scarier version of the real world in which you live, and I'm always a sucker for a horror game. Those looking for an intense challenge won't get it from the game either.

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