After Bella's brother Stan mysteriously disappeared, she's been haunted by a single dream. Every night she sees her brother vanishing into a glaring portal opened by a strange, ancient book, and every night she wakes up in a cold shiver. She feels certain that it's not a mere coincidence or a trick of the mind, but something to do with a recent find Stan made - an ancient artifact. Set out in search of Stan through the pages of well-known novels and true stories on an exciting adventure - meet spectacular characters, visit eye-catching locations and engage in a twisted plot! 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:I haven't delved too far into the game yet, played for 20 minutes and had to buy it - it's great, I paid full price for it but would willingly do so again. Bella has the same terrifying dream night after night that something horrible has happened to her brother Stan, dreams so vivid that surely they mean something! Not sure if it was me- or the game code. The cut scenes were impressive. You find that you have to help a professor save the town he has endangered. The locations you can visit in each world is limited although you still have an interactive map which can be used to travel to different parts of the world. That the whole darned game will be incomplete! The story here is very similar to the one in the first game; neither it is exciting nor captivating. My favorite one was actually pretty simple, you had to click on two matching butterflies fluttering about but if another butterfly crosses your path when you are clicking on the correct match, you have to catch two all over again. The HOPs are both interactive word lists and picture lists. Some puzzles won't appear until you have completed a particular activity. There is a directional hint and a notebook to help. Each book is self-contained, but you do have a map which you need to travel to the locations, and which gives you the number of items still needed to be found in there. Upon attempting to open it, you watch the medallion shatter into 5 books. Gears - When your cursor turns into gears, this indicates that you can use an item from your inventory or get more information from an area.
VideoLost Souls: Timeless Fables (CE) - Bonus Ep2 - The End - w/Wardfire
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by viktoriyaR from This game is great. Lost Souls: Timeless Fables has an unexciting story, sleepy and far-too-easy gameplay as well as juvenile graphics. I haven't had a new one since "Cursery the crooked man", so it's been a while. It was nice that the pictures were given, but the objects themselves might have been at a different angle. In the 20 minutes I played only 1 HOS which is great because I don't really enjoy them, they are a means to an end to find objects for inventory. While most of the times the graphics are sharp and colorful, we found them to be too cartoonish and a little old-school. Just have a trial run and I bet you buy the same as me! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dargonnoone from Quirky, fun, absorbing game. Bella has the same terrifying dream night after night that something horrible has happened to her brother Stan, dreams so vivid that surely they mean something! In these locations, you will need to find certain items, by finding them lying around, getting them as a gift or reward from a character, on completion of a fairly simple puzzle, or as a result of a HOP. GAMEPLAY: You have 2 modes of difficulty; logical story and relaxing gameplay with easy-going music; tasks assigned; transport map; and at least in casual mode, the game will tell you there is nothing left to do in the scene and to check the map. The HOS are either list-based or pictures of objects to find. Some of the mini games are one's I haven't seen and my favorite game involved butterflies.
The story here is very similar to the one in the first game; neither it is exciting nor captivating. Each book is self-contained, but you do have a map which you need to travel to the locations, and which gives you the number of items still needed to be found in there. Unique Storyline I played demo and bought immediately. Diary - Your diary is stored in the lower left-hand corner of your screen. It stores hints and game observations. Some puzzles won't appear until you have completed a particular activity. You are having nightmares about him entering a portal, and you think you know where you can find answers. I love the initial cut scene of the library and the book that is causing all the trouble. And unlike many games where you have to find someone, you don't have that sense of having to hurry. I have, thanks to other games, seen Cthulhu before, but had no notion it was a well known tale. This is surprisingly a fun and addicting HO game. Each 'book' has several smaller locations for you to travel in, at your choice for the most part, although an announcement will be made if you have completed the tasks in that sub-locale. This game's mechanics is very much like Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings also an awesome game! There is an interesting story.
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The music and graphics were nice also. Monkey Money 2 graphics, lovely world so far and nice characters. The images of characters change enough to be distracting. Try it yourself before you take my judgement, because what Collectkrs annoy me may not bother you at all. You had to click on pairs of matching butterflies as Sparkle 2 were fluttering all around and crossing each others paths but if you clicked on the wrong one you had to start over. Now it's up to you to enter Sojls: pages of these timeless classics and save your brother and rid the world of the Cthulhu monster! GAMEPLAY: You have 2 modes of difficulty; logical story and relaxing gameplay with easy-going music; tasks assigned; transport map; and at Lost Souls: Timeless Fables Collectors Edition in casual mode, the game Zumas Revenge tell you there is nothing left to do in the scene and to check the map. Click on an item to use it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by viktoriyaR from Mad Mouse game is great. The characters in each story will ask Collfctors certain favors which leads to a progressive series of tasks. There is a directional hint and a notebook to help. Upon attempting to open it, you watch the medallion shatter into 5 books. Luckily, all these five stories are very well-known so at least, fans of Incredible Dracula: Witches Curse stories are probably going to enjoy the game. There are achievements to earn and hidden coins throughout the game which will allow you to purchase ancient artifacts for your trophy room.
Game provides a nice afternoon of pleasant, relaxing gameplay. I played more than an hour each the game is super Although the game is nonlinear, there are some tasks that must be completed before others will appear in the same area. I will let others describe the unique storyline. I realise I nearly always disagree with the majority of the reviews posted here. The cut scenes were impressive. Often I am quite the snob around plot lines and skip to get to the game play but this kept my interest through out. The HOS are either list-based or pictures of objects to find. There are all kinds of different mini games, some require you to slide picture discs along given paths until they are in the correct place to complete a picture, and rearranging statues to the correct places but when you click on one statue two others move. You journal will store notes and observations you make throughout the game. I had to stop playing as I could not actually see anything- it wasn't dark- the game code itself was missing? Gradually, you work your way around the locales until you have found and used all the items. All I can say is that this is one of the best games to come our way in quite some time.
I liked the game fairly well, but it does have it's drawbacks. I am a patchouli wearing, jewelry making hippie so it makes sense, right? It was clear that you would have to return to the sparkle areas because you would see a needed object. GAMEPLAY: You have 2 Dark Parables: Jack and the Sky Kingdom Collectors Edition of difficulty; logical story and relaxing gameplay with easy-going music; tasks assigned; transport map; and at least in casual mode, the game will tell you there is nothing left to do in the scene and to check the map. Does this mean this world will only be offered in the CE? Lost Souls: Timeless Fables is definitely kid-friendly, which can be easily judged from the graphics. You find that you have to help a professor save the town he has endangered. The puzzles are not much of a challenge either, they are all mundane and do not offer much twists. And two degrees of difficulty.