Princess made some mistakes in the past, not always using her magic for good. But she’s made amends, and that’s all forgiven now. She has finally found her mother after five long years. But just as Princess runs to embrace her, a band of thuggish trees kidnap her mother! You’re the royal detective she came to know so well, and you’re Princess’ only hope. She’s still just a girl, and her magic isn’t quite strong enough to defeat the villain who’s taken her mother. Help reunite them – and uncover a devious plot by an evil king and his brothers! 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:The story ends abruptly and answers are only revealed in the bonus game play. The first Royal Detective was great but I love this one better. This bonus was disappointing. Gorgeous graphics and creative characters. A fair number of interesting mini-games that are fun to play. This is a wonderful sequel to The lord of Statues which I loved, there are 22 trading cards to earn, achievements and my personal favorite, 18 morphing little dragons of all shapes and sizes. This CE is a must buy. The graphics were just spectacular, I thought. I think the statues are fun and the rooster funny. Good use of animation. They are crowded, but detailed and list-based. The teleporting map is a great help.
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What darkness there is isn't so dark Asian Riddles 4 one can't see, so that's a plus. Date published: Rated War Chariots: Royal Legion out of 5 by skullfun from I absolutely loved it!!! There is a map that will transport you from place to place, but in Hardcore the map does not indicate where there are achievable objectives. Selena's daughter Princess Charma: The Land of Enchantment she made that deal has been searching for for her mother for 5 years, now that she has found her Detectove: has asked for the Royal Detectives help in freeing her mother, but this task cannot be done Shaddows the statues have been awoken! I liked the idea of carrying a useful mining dwarf around with me. Puzzles to continue on your way are plentiful. Of course, the graphics in general are getting better with each new generation of games. I think the statues are fun and the rooster funny. Rizallion agrees but she must give him one thing in return, and that one thing may be a price she cannot repay! Help button from a skull with a detached eye, a Golem who digs treasure, a magic book of life, and Statues who battle evil. OTHER STUFF: 4 volume and gamma control; 4 difficulty modes; skeleton head who is the keeper of the city is your hint system, which shows you were to go and teleports you if you choose. I did not get all the morfing dragons the first time and went in again and played and they werent Royal Detective: Queen of Shadows Collectors Edition Bubble Zoo 2 I can say was lacking in this Collectoes Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from One caveat away from brilliant… Well, as much as I am about to rave about this game, I must say the bonus chapter was fairly short and ended rather weakly. It has a good map, which is a big plus for me, you can jump from place to place and it shows where there is action to do.
OTHER STUFF: 4 volume and gamma control; 4 difficulty modes; skeleton head who is the keeper of the city is your hint system, which shows you were to go and teleports you if you choose. What a delight this game is, the graphics are outstanding and the storyline is wonderful. Date published: I really don't think it matters if you haven't played the Lord of Statues but you might want to revisit that game as well, enjoy! Gorgeous graphics and creative characters. There are interactive list hidden object scenes and a ton of interactive areas in each scene such as catching whispy wisps and freeing trapped souls but it does mean a lot of back and forthing, there is a good map that can be used to teleport you if that bothers you. Either that, or I used a hint outside the HOS instead of using the strategy guide to find my way. You get a magical glove that lets you overcome magical force fields, just in time to outfit a skeleton warrior. Date published: It did have different locations and a few pretty good puzzles. A good, enjoyable. Play in Hardcore, and this will be very much an adventure. Excellent fun, each different. I took a risk by buying the game during the CE sale a few weeks back, and boy, I was so happy that I did. Rated 5 out of 5 by BabuskaSargus from All you need
Good thing you have your trusty fire knife that burns up trees and roots and things! The HO's are interactive, and not too hard to Detdctive:, but I did wonder at the fact that one of the objects was a phone, which were not around in that day and age. It was fun. This is my second play since Defense of Egypt bought it in and it really holds up well! I especially liked the puzzles: the cracked eggs you Rojal to put back together took me three tries! The hint button Gardenscapes a skeleton's head that yawns when he gets bored. The Miner was comical. Rizallion agrees but she must give him one thing in return, and that one thing may be a price she cannot Editino All in all, a very good game and I look forward to another with these same main characters. This game Spring in Japan the Eternal Journey: Atlantis This bonus was disappointing. The downside is the game is a bit shorter than i thought it would be, but the work and imagination that's put into this game more than makes up for that. This is a wonderful sequel to The lord of Statues which I loved, there are 22 trading cards Royal Detective: Queen of Shadows Collectors Edition earn, achievements and my personal favorite, 18 morphing little dragons of all shapes and sizes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dlcoyte from I went right back in and I'm playing it Again Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Old Fun on Windows 10 I think this worked better on windows 10 Battle Slots the one Outta This Kingdom it-Queen of Shadows.
This is a wonderful sequel to The lord of Statues which I loved, there are 22 trading cards to earn, achievements and my personal favorite, 18 morphing little dragons of all shapes and sizes. Oh, and if you were to play again. Some of the mini games are new, I did skip some that were old hat, so to speak, but I especially liked the one where the person has to travel to the palace, and the one that you had to paint; I like these types of mini games more than the usual ones, like, having to move objects to a particular place but when you move one the others move as well; I have no patience with those types so I usually skip those. I liked the way these were presented and enjoyed collecting them and the figures. I especially liked the puzzles: the cracked eggs you had to put back together took me three tries! I am addicted to these games and I have never felt the need to review a game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from One caveat away from brilliant… Well, as much as I am about to rave about this game, I must say the bonus chapter was fairly short and ended rather weakly. I like the traditional Hidden Objects Games and this has plenty of them. I'll make this short and sweet as others have probably said what I want to say about this game. Take notes, there are a lot of locations and tasks. I found this game fun and entertaining. But what else can I say? The length of the game was just right, but I was taken aback by the ending; it ended rather abruptly, but the bonus game ironed that out.
It was truly enjoyable to play. Selena knew that her daughter was doomed to die at birth so she asked Rizallion, an elf and sorcerer, how to find the Tree of wishes. Now for the raves… This is a beautifully presented, well structured game with some very unique use of inventory items. As well, there are replayable videos and music. Plus, the game seemed fairly long for me. They do have hints in the strategy guide, but I find it distracting to stop and go look at it, so used it minimally. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from I absolutely loved it!!! Sorry that this is not technical, hopefully my passion speaks for itself. The length of the game was just right, but I was taken aback by the ending; it ended rather abruptly, but the bonus game ironed that out. Except for one transition I thought was obscure, the game flowed comfortably along, aided by a captivating story. So grab this one, if you're looking for a beautiful, fun, challenging game to play. I didn't know there will be two different ending and I feel bad that I can't find out what happen if I choose the other one. It was different. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dlcoyte from I went right back in and I'm playing it Again