Take in a double feature of spine-tingling chills with the Campfire Legends Double Pack, two hair-raising games for the price of one.
Join the campfire girls for a night of screams as they deliver their first two tales of horror. In Campfire Legends - The Hookman, follow a young couple through darkened woods as their romantic interlude goes horribly wrong. In Campfire Legends - The Babysitter, discover the nightmare of a young girl whose innocent job leads her to the most terrifying night of her life.
Both frightening accounts provide hours of heart-pounding fun and edge-of-your-seat thrills. Walk darkened paths filled with shadowy frights, search for life-saving items, and solve panic-inducing puzzles. It's an eerie double feature filled with horror, mayhem, and screams, so make sure to lock your doors and check your windows!
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of the Campfire Legends Double Pack today!
Enjoy two frightening Hidden Object games for one low price.
Help a young couple escape the wrath of The Hookman.
Rescue a young girl from a lunatic in The Babysitter.
Search for life-saving items while walking darkened paths.
All games in this Pack are also available as individual downloads, so FunPass players still get access to the full version of all these games!
Graphics for both stories were clear and in keeping with the theme. Warning – some insects & bugs. Also, an occasional cat or something would jump out, but didn’t happen too often. Music spooky in places and gave a nice atmosphere. Mini-games/puzzles were challenging in Hookman and a couple were extra challenging for me in Babysitter. A nice twist on some of the usual “pipe games”, etc. No true Junk-pile hidden object scenes but many mini-junk piles (like kitchen drawers). A lot of moving from room to room with no clue where to look. However, some were obvious like a book found in the library. Hint System required picking up lightening bugs along the way. You can only store 5 at a time. This was one of my least favorite parts and I would have like unlimited hints. Finally I resorted to the walkthrough. Plot was dark but scary fun for both games. Just enough dialogue to keep the game going. Hookman was a little on the short side but Babysitter was a nice length. Over-all two good games bundled together. A nice bargain, and I’m looking forward to the third one in the series. Wouldn’t recommend it for young children. Also, Babysitter has a bonus section of straight hidden object scenes at the end of the game. A nice extra.
/Excellent games. Could do with: More Hints or easier access to Hints In :Babysitters" the extensive lead in to the start is too long. Haven't played much of the Hookman.
Styles48 | Added on: October 31, 2011
The story to these games are quite good but I found them to be a bit on the easy side. It can become frustrating walking back from room to room just to pick up one or two items that are not that difficult to find. My biggest problem with the game is that it is not long enough. First time round it was completed each game was completed within 2 hours and when I replayed them I finished the first game in an hour! If it was slightly harder with more levels to play to extend the story this would be one of the best hidden object games. As it stands it's just ok.
I like to play these games in the dark makes me jump but not enough to be annoyed.
Dragonfly26 | Added on: March 2, 2012
Had to go back and forth too much to find items. Didn't care for the game.
TAR671 | Added on: May 31, 2011
This game ends with no ending! After struggling with puzzles that provide little or no guidance, very slow hints, and fair graphics, the game up and ends with out any resolution to any of the story. You make like it but the game just frustrated me.
mamacita_c | Added on: April 23, 2012
I've enjoyed the trial play of both games. I can't comment on length since I haven't bought either one. Yes, it is quite fun to play in the dark because there is scare-factor in both. However it's good fun all the way around not horror or gore. I found finding the objects not really a problem, however I had to use hints to find a few. It would be nice to offer all 3 games as a triple pack. I bought the Women Murder Club in triple pack from Gamehouse because the games alone were a bit short for me, but I was very satisfied playing all 3 games back to back.
I've played a few hidden objects games from GH that I enjoyed. I should have tested the game first, but I was excited and bought it. My mistake. I'm really disappointed in this double pack. There aren't enough hidden objects to make the constant back and forth worthwhile. Save your money and I'd like mine back please.
fairybella18 | Added on: May 27, 2011
I play all the hidden object games that come out, I like these 2 games the best, it keeps you thinking and having to remember where things are, and gives not many hints, so you really have to concentrate!
Steelergirl | Added on: September 22, 2011
if you really like hidden objects with some adventure this is amust for your game library!!! i like spinetingling games and this is the best ive played so far! (approx.300 games in my library) youll really have to try these to appreciate what im saying! just........WOW!!!!!!
skymommy1999 | Added on: June 24, 2011
the game was fun but shut itself down twice during the game so be sure to save as you go.
slvrmoongirl | Added on: June 2, 2011
I started by playing the free game of The Hookman. I was "hooked." There were things jumping out at you on the screen and I remember the scary stories told at camp. However, I also got lost and confused a couple of times and had to resort to the walkthrough. Loved all of the fireflies! My only true downfall is that it freezes sometimes when you move from one "scene" to another.
southtxslacker | Added on: June 1, 2011
Lots of going back and forth to same areas. BORING. Not really a Hidden Object...more like "find 14 sticks for firewood", etc.