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Weird Park Trilogy

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Experience the complete saga of the strangest amusement park you ever see in the Weird Park Trilogy!Stop a Reign of Terror
What’s behind a rash of mysterious deaths at a creepy amusement park? Find out in Weird Park: Broken Tune. The mysteries continue in Weird Park: Scary Tales. Complete the saga in Weird Park: The Final Show. Make your way through dozens of captivating scenes filled with the unique characters — everyday types, carnival show people, forbidding demons and more Over the course of your adventure, you’ll encounter terrifying creatures like Louis the Clown and Mr. Dudley and discover the twisted secrets that hide in every corner of the Weird Park!Three Must-See Chapters
Be sure to take in the first two Weird Parks before the Finale Show. The series will be even more entertaining when played in sequential order. They're all here! The game pack includes a trio of must-see Weird Park hidden object adventure games:

  • Weird Park: Broken Tune
  • Weird Park: Scary Tales
  • Weird Park: The Final Show Collector's Edition
Extraordinarily thrilling adventures await. The Weird Park Trilogy is packed with exciting gameplay features, including:
  • 45 Lavish locations to explore
  • An arsenal of vital items
  • Intricate hidden object scenes
  • Fun assortment of mini-games
Release date
Alawar Entertainment
Viva Meda
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8
  • Processor: Pentium processor (or equivalent AMD® processor) 1.2 GHz or faster
  • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
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The Weird Park Trilogy is a typical Hidden Object game Series with Genre typical Puzzles. Unlike other Hidden Obies, however, all three Parts are a lot of Fun, not only because of the nicely told story, but also because of the Variety of Puzzles that are all from yawning easy to bockheavy. Of course, even the typical, annoying Puzzles where you have to keep the right Order right from the Start, because otherwise you can start from scratch, not be missing! However, these alternate well with Logic Puzzles and other Puzzles, so that the Frustration Factor never gets too high at any Time. I Personally found Part 1 and Part 3, but that's up to everyone. The Scenario into which one concludes seems Unbelievably, and often in the Game one asks one questions how one came from the Village just to this strange Village, since here, so to speak, "reality" and fictional World meet each other. For experienced Hidden Object Players, the Trilogy is not neglected at just under nine hours, or about 3 Hours per Game. Otherwise, all that remains is to be said that all three Games have been graphically well implemented in genre-typical Graphics. The Hidden Obmies differ slightly from Game to Game, which is also a Plus point And the Combinations with Objects is not absolutely confused and incomprehensible as in other Hidden Object games. From me a clear Recommendation for Gene relief Holders.
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The Game is (rather) good. It's a Mix of Hidden Object Game and Point & Click, which is slightly better than the Average Of Bulk goods. In Fact, there are three Games that are thematically related, just a Trilogy. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1535559234 The Story about a Funfair, a crazy Clown and his little Helper Kidnapping Children is relatively interesting (for such Games). Part 1 and 2 are quite similar, Part 3 plays slightly differently. I compare the Gameplay with the Mass of Games that have been released in recent Years and mostly disappointed me and can say that this Trilogy stands out positively, although not really very well yet. In Part 1 + 2 there are many classic Hidden Obmallows, which are not really but a bit attractively heavy. In Part 3 there are also such Hidden Obmallows, but also Variants, which are sometimes Simpler, partly heavier. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1535558645 The Point & click portion of Games is not bad for such Games. Still, these are also full of Stereotypes and more likely to be pseudological. All too often a Handle, Key, a knife-like Object or another Object is missing to open a Box or Door. But there are also other "Tasks," but they all seem a bit "mechanical." Relatively often you have to walk around quite far, which makes things difficult (demanding, you might say). The Mini-games are partly trivial, partly tricky. Some are of a Kind that I find rather difficult (a Button moves multiple Objects at the same time when the Goal is to move all Objects to a certain Position). https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1535560902 The Graphics are relatively elaborate, especially in Part 3, where the Animations are already quite pretty. The Sound is OK, nothing special. While there are "Achievements," they are not Steam achievements. Pro & Contra: + Large-part appealing Hidden Object + Many Mini-games that are some interesting + reasonably reasonable History + Pleasing Graphics-The Point & Click shares are somewhat sterotype rating: 6/10 I'm already glad if it's something like here More demanding is and can therefore be awarded a Thumbs up, even if in my opinion is still noticeable Air up (degree of Difficulty, Logic).
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