Fantastic Creations: House of Brass Collector's Edition

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Original Soundtrack
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 681

Review for game: Fantastic Creations: House of Brass Collector's Edition

Escape an underground vault of clockwork wonders with the help of its mysterious and eccentric inventor in Fantastic Creations: House of Brass! Manipulate the steam-driven contraptions expertly, and listen to Edwin Q. Cogglethorpe’s helpful advice. Reactivate the house floor by floor until you reach the top. Will you survive the treacherous malfunctioning devices and make it back to the world above? Find out in Fantastic Creations: House of Brass! 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:


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Escape an underground vault of clockwork wonders with the help of its mysterious and eccentric inventor in Fantastic Creations: House of Brass!

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CE worth the price!

"Fantastic Creations: House of Brass" CE is one of the few CE"s I'm glad to have acquired. While it is not perfect, the game play is excellent with lots of mini-puzzles and fairly tough HOGs. I liked the overall story line and the extra content gave a nice roundness to the story. Moving through the beautifully drawn scenes was less painful than usual due to the simple contrivance of an elevator that had picture buttons instead of numbers. The pictures reminded you of all that was on the level and facilitated correct movement from one hunt to the next. The voices added to the story and there was a bit of a surprise at the end.

Fantastic Creations is FANTASTIC!

BFG has another hit! This fun Adventure/HOG/Puzzle game has a different type of HOG than usual (for instance, find 12 cylinder shaped items). There are lots of puzzles, interactive tasks that take you from room to room (but not confusing, like some games),an interesting storyline, nice voice overs, great artwork and relaxing background music. The Collector?s Edition includes bonus game play, original soundtrack, and wallpaper. A definite buy for me in March, since I already have February's punch card filled.

Fantastic Creations!

Finally a game that will appeal to all, Fantastic Creations is a unique game and has many of the attributes that we look for in a CE. Lets begin with the cons: a few minor elements that include a slightly slugish cursor during the beginning of the game, no choice of game mode and I prefer CEs to include ahievements that offer re-play value. Enough said, the pros of this game certainly outweigh the cons which is why I purchased right after completing the demo. Superior Graphics and animations, sparkles are only show up for HOS scenes so there is no hand holding, unique HOS where you find item sharing similar traits, Voice-overs, great sound effects, Journal and SG which I did not use during the demo. In fact I completely forgot there was one so I have no idea on the length of the game itself. Interesting story-line which I found to be very engaging, and my favorite, many many puzzles and min-games, vary in range of difficutly, I would say easy to moderately challenging. This is a very well done Adventure/HOS/Interactive game that I think has something for everyone. ALthough I suspect the game will not be very long; I played through the entire demo in 4o minutes so I have no idea how far I went. However, I enjoyed the quality of game play and highly recommend this for those who aprreciate something new. Thank you BFG for a great Sunday afternoon delight......

Fantastic Creations: House of Brass Collector's Edition

Fantastic game from beginning to end. I enjoyed it because the search parts were different and loved the mini games. Probably the best game i have enjoyed in every factor. The game was not repetitive in any way. Would highly recommend you buy this.


Based on Demo Decent relaxing music hints fill slowly-60 seconds or so click penalty 1/2 minute HOS is themed not clutter storyline intriguing*good intro wonderful graphics, very clear & clean 1st mini game was a mechanical bug, then a couple pipe games & a magnet ball game sneakers needed I would be interested as length, might be worth CE if bonus worth it time & cost, otherwise SE might be it Just wish they wouldn't display better games at end of month when card is already filled! someday they let us carry over punches eh?

nice change of pace

always enjoy the mechanical creation themed HO games and this one does not disappoint. not difficult, but not so easy that you get bored. demo was short so not interested in CE, but is a definite buy when SE is available. music not bad and voiceovers were minimal and to the point.

Nice pace...feel like you got your money's worth

A lot of times these CE games end up making me wish I had waited for the regular version. However, this time the extras on this game were new and fresh games that had not been played yet in the main game. They were also a bit tougher than the other portions of the game. I enjoyed the challenge having finished the game. It was a pleasant surprise. I really enjoy these type of HO...such as find 13 wooden objects. Where I do not have to keep referring back to a list, and wonder if they mean Bow like in bow and arrow or Bow like in hair bow.

Oh To Be an SE and NOT a CE

The graphics, color and sound were great. I feel that there was not enough time in the demo to actually get into the game and advance further into it. The built in guide was a plus, but difficult to stay in order. Objects were easy enough to find and some had a slight hinderance in finding. I for one did not like how the screen had like a coating of dull ice on it if you clicked too many times. Too much going back and forth in some instances. Wear out the high heeled sneakers too fast that way. The game was totally different from what has been offered so far. I would have preferred it as an SE rather than a CE money wise. As for recommending the game. Definately. I leave the option of purchaseing the game as a CE or SE up to the individual player. Happy gaming to all. Stay SAFE, Stay WARM.

Sets a new standard

For me House of Brass sets a new standard of excellence. The graphics are stellar, the scenes, and entire motif very unique and fun. While the music blended well with the theme there was not a lot of variety so I found myself turning it down midway through. The HOS were a blast. It was refreshing to search for types of objects such as "12 things that are transparent", or "12 things that are cylindrical", or "12 things made of Gold". The storyline has some similarities to other games like the Ravenhearst series, but with twists and turns all its own making it unique. The motif is bright, and upbeat while maintaining a hint of the mysterious and perhaps even the sinister...... Moving from place to place was straightforward, the objectives spelled out, hints readily available, and the storyline stayed on track. With the exception of the bonus play, there was good variety in mini-games. They were creative, fun, and added some challenge. The gallery with the vignettes were my favorite. Bonus play added a couple of mini-games, such as placing groups of marbles into a given shape, but for the most part it was as if they took 2-3 types of puzzle used during game play and tossed them in by the handful. The bonus play storyline was a prologue which was a good concept but seemed just a little half baked. For example a rug rolled back during game play is shown as rolled back during the prologue which takes place 100 years in the past. Also, part of the bonus play involved collecting supplies and cleaning up a big mess. -Way to remind me. That definitely cranked down the fun factor. Maybe I'll get a vacuum cleaner for my birthday this year too. :) That said, I thoroughly enjoyed and recommend this game and am hoping to see more like it.

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