Rite of Passage: The Sword and the Fury: Review
April 1st, 2021
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HAVE FUN WITH AMAZING HIDDEN OBJECT CHALLENGES
STOP A TERRIBLE REALITY CLASHING WITH OUR OWN
COMPLETE THE BONUS CHAPTER
ENJOY A COLLECTION OF BONUSES
This sequel to Mad Head Game’s popular Rite of Passage series, which was launched on April 1, 2021, promises a dark and compelling adventure. You’ll discover in Rite of Passage: The Sword and the Fury that the sharpest blade doesn’t always cut the deepest.
With some of the best-hidden object sequences you’ve ever seen, the game will provide you with numerous immersive and fascinating puzzle difficulties. Each one is a treasure chest full of diverse casual gaming options.
A cryptic letter inspires you to hunt for your long-lost grandfather as two universes clash and intermingle, and uncanny Nightcallers wreak havoc on reality itself. You rush to find him, but all you find is a tangled web of bitter hatred and ruthless vengeance.
A swarm of Nightcallers — weird creatures from another realm – infiltrate your reality, a strange swordsman intervenes to keep them at bay, and you find yourself both a target and a player in a brutal vengeance plan.
Everything was fantastic, so there isn’t much to say; everything seemed smooth and thrilling, from the story to the gameplay.
The tale was fantastic, and the bonus game tied everything together. We didn’t have any lags, glitches, or issues, and as a result, we were able to follow the plot as quickly as possible.
Even though some of the puzzles were quite difficult and we had to skip a few of them, it wasn’t a big deal because we finished both stories.
The size of the fonts is the only flaw we see in this game; we had no idea fonts could be made so small. You did get the contrast right, so you can read the print with a magnifier. Because of the letters, which are too small to read on mobile phones, this is not a mobile game.
There’s also an issue that some people have reported, but we didn’t, in which the game refuses to accept their payment and won’t let them purchase the complete game.
Overall, this is an engaging and mysterious game with plenty of suspense; hopefully, the developers will address these little issues in future updates.