Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen

Unravel the mystery of your father's death and brother's bizarre disappearance in Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen! Your father was a famous movie director who liked to invent elaborate locks and devices. A mysterious villain demands you track down the pieces to his greatest and perhaps most deadly invention of all time! If you don't, your brother will suffer the same fate as your father. Return to the family Art Deco mansion and golden era movie backlots to look for clues about a past you never knew your father had and the dark secrets behind the villain's quest for his deadly invention.

Go to the foyer. Connect the symbols by color or shape to end up on the right green tile. Excellent Game Everything about this game was really good. I was sad when it was over. Return to the rec room. Use the buttons to align the colored buttons to match the colors on the left and arrange the numbers to match the code in the upper left. You will earn OIL. Marked in green: break the vase to get the gold. Date published: Select the diary 3 to access the journal, map and objectives. Open and examine the fuse box A. Go to the backstage up. Marked in green: use the string on the yo-yo to get a yo-yo.


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Examine the shelf M to access a HOS. The cut scenes and videos blend well with game play and help to move the story along. Minigames are definitely more difficult Deatb to HO, but most were pretty easy as well once you understood what to do. Marked in green: use the wrench on the bird to get a wooden bird. Bench by the fountain 1. Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist and select the poster 1 to get a clue. Go to the studio entrance. Select the diary 3 to access the journal, map and objectives. Marked in green: place the clip in the gun to get a loaded gun. Examine and enter the code from the ashtray in the panel. Game is very well done! Use the OIL on the center coil to trigger a puzzle. To solve the third round, select the following buttons: B, Dx2, Ex3, and C 3.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by purpleclipper from Fun game Great casual game-challenging enough but not frustrating Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by opalunia from I enjoyed every minuite I am a beginner and that level really helped me along and that made playing the game very enjoyable. Go to the east hall end. Return to the foyer. Go forward to the mansion. Examine the locked desk; enter the code B in your diary from the zodiac clock. Go to the tent interior. Align the gems by using the arrows and rotating the dials. I hope that they make a sequel. On the back wall of the museum Select the Question Mark on the top right of the puzzle screen to get directions for the puzzles. Go to the elevator room. Examine the corner G to access a HOS. Marked in white: use the scissors on the paper to get a paper cutout. Looking forward to the sequel. Items written in orange in HOS require an extra step before they can be obtained.

Back out and go right to the Deeath hall. You can choose between Regular and Expert Mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cejene from A Great Game! The voice overs were not muffled you could understand everything they were saying. Examine the market stall J to access a HOS. Press the three buttons to complete the flintlock. Enter the museum. Marked in red: use the thread on the rip to get stitches. Go to the DragonScales: Chambers of the Dragon Whisperer. Select the button you want the number on and then the number on the right you wish to duplicate. Marked in green: combine the two shear halves to get shears. Marked in green: use the wrench on the bird to get a wooden bird.


The clue can be found in your diary. Examine the stool S to access a HOS. Marked in green: place the half of glasses with the half of glasses to get glasses. HO scenes are fairly easy, only had to use the hint a couple times. Examine the market stall J to access a HOS. Go to the tent interior. Examine the chest. Open and examine the fuse box A. Examine the bust. Items written in orange in HOS require an extra step before they can be obtained. Go forward to the lower projector. Back out to the fountain. Place the bottles with the labels matching the numbers on the holders. The SE was a complete story with satisfactory ending, but if I'd known how much I'd like this game, I probably would have sprung for the CE just to get some extra gameplay. You will need to shoot the plane twice to down it.

Position the clock hands duplicating the three pairs of zodiac signs on the left. Neat having a map, but disliked being unable to jump to places, would have been easier than going from one side of the mansion to the other and then back to the original side. To solve the puzzle, turn the following valves: Ax3, Bx5, and Cx4 O. I would recommend this game without a doubt! Rotate the disks so that matching symbols are adjacent. Examine the shelves K to access a HOS. Marked in red: rip the patch to get the dollar. Back out and go right to the east hall. On the top rack of the 3rd from right film rack in the film archives The clue can be found in your diary. See screenshot for solution V. Marked in green: place the chain on the watch to get a watch with chain. Go through the gates to the west hall end. Marked in green: use the knife to pry out the glass eye. Marked in green: open the compartment to get the envelope.

5 thoughts on “Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen

  1. Go forward into the elevator room. Marked in red: use the scissors on the picture to get a torn picture and a map piece. Solution: turn Ax2, B, and Cx3 G. Examine the settee R to access a HOS.

  2. There were a lot of them, some replayed, but they weren't back to back. The items in HOS are random except for the items in orange. Excellent graphics. Enter the projector room. This game has a very 'period' feel and played very smoothly.

  3. Enter the theater. Marked in red: place the dagger in the sheath to get a sheathed dagger. Go to the elevator. The music and settings are, however they are not of the scary kind rather the mysterious kind. Examine the table; take the prescription name E.

  4. Examine the pedestal of the pillar. Examine the stool Z to access a HOS. Only complaint I have is that the map doesnt move you from place to place.. Go forward to the WWI trench end. The SE was a complete story with satisfactory ending, but if I'd known how much I'd like this game, I probably would have sprung for the CE just to get some extra gameplay.

  5. I highly recommend it. Back out and go left into the library. On the back wall of the museum

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