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You wake up to the same nightmare every night of children lost in a maze, crying out for help. With the suggestion of your therapist, you decide to return to where it all began. Beware, it isn’t at all that it seems!

You’ve made your way back to the infamous camp and must uncover what happened during that long-forgotten summer. Proceed with caution, others may be watching!

Get closer to the truth by searching through immersive hidden object scenes and find out what really happened to your camp mates.

Collect the tools you need to save the children by playing entertaining mini-games and clever puzzles.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
94 Ratings

94 Ratings

SunshineSusie ,

Up the River with Sullivan River!

Sable Maze: Sullivan River is a relatively simple plot. As an adult, you suffer from guilt over a childhood incident at Sullivan River Camp. You return to the deserted camp to discover why several children disappeared in the ancient Celtic maze contained within the camp. You discover the corpse of the camp director, who was in love with Alyssa, the camp nurse. A boy, Derrick, who could talk to the trees, also had a crush on Alyssa. The trees are alive and have faces. They destroy buildings and try to thwart you. There is a Transporting Map, a good Hint and Skip, a Strategy Guide, etc. Artwork is good, but a bit dark for my taste. If it had been brighter, I would have awarded another star! The Hidden Objects include combining objects or altering them. Puzzles have been the average sort, and mostly fun. You have a Diary, also. I have not discovered any extra morphing objects or collectibles. You see many ghosts along the way. There is a convenient reel-to-reel tape player with tapes to give you added information. For the sale price, I think it's great for a snowy weekend!

Sheri Bauer ,

Good But...

This game was pretty good and the puzzles were fair. I liked the apple theme. I was happy that the puzzles were set up better in this game so that I did not bump the skip button with my knuckle by accident as I've done with so many other games in the past.
A suggestion for future games: I would love to see more brighter positive atmosphere. More nature, color and beauty. Like Moonfell Wood. I love these hidden object games but they are all starting to look the same with too much rubbish garbage and junk, discoloration and worn, faded creepy stuff and too much cobwebs. Everything looks grey and blue and depressing with ghosts and skeletons and everything about death and darkness. I miss seeing beautiful trees by the stream in daylight. I miss flowers and berries, butterflies, bees, lightening bugs and the feeling of strolling through a beautiful realistic forest.. and those game puzzles where you untie and untangle the strings. I miss the soft peaceful music of harps. I like positive fairytale hidden object games with the theme of love and time.
I get that the enemy will always be dark and sinister but I just wish that the journey could be more interesting with the kind of atmosphere that makes a person feel like they want to be there.
I remember when I first got an iPad and started playing big fish games and some of the art in the games were so beautiful that I would perk up with thrill to my fingertips. The brighter atmosphere games effected my moods in a positive way. But the darker ones made me feel bored and depressed.
If big fish puts out more brighter happier games, I'd be buying them more often. :)

Opinion02122 ,


I play these games to keep my mind off of my chronic pain. I DON'T play to listen to music, etc. I DON'T want the sound disturbing anyone around me. I went into the options, as always, but even when I brought the levels all the way down, it can still hear the music and sound effects. For me, that's a deal breaker.

The hidden object scenes are confusing, and the tapping is off. I kept trying to pick up the photo but it wouldn't take until the fifth or sixth time!

The map is pretty useless. It shows where you are and allows you to teleport, but that's it. No hints as to where you need to go.

The directions for the games are beyond terrible! I figured out a couple by guessing! And, using a bandage on wires? Really? I figured it out but it was pretty dumb. And it took me over a minute to figure out what the wired colors directions meant.

WAY too confusing. No sale!

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