Labyrinths of the World: Shattered Soul

Your sister Margaret wrote you about a strange invention. When you arrive to visit her, she's vanished! What's left behind are the traces of a bizarre event: Margaret's soul has been broken into fragments and placed in different worlds, where they'll be used as part of a mysterious device. It's up to you to save not just Margaret's soul – but the fate of each world in turn as you navigate the labyrinths and plot twists in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

You soon begin to wonder if Owen wants to help you retrieve the 3 essences pieces of her soul or does he have other plans? If you think about it, one of the artists Calliope inspired, worked hard on those beautiful vases, can't I simply turn the vase over and shake the coins out? Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. A dark force has torn Calliope's essence into three pieces, sealing them behind magical barriers within the town's fine arts buildings. Labyrinths of the World is not a very challenging game, nor does it require complete no brainwork. Among other things, I appreciated the flexibility of being able to customize my settings. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by vmomahhj from Labyrinths of the World: Forbidden Muse This is a good game,a little long,but very well worth the time. I'm supposed to be a detective Essence Detective? Who is responsible for stifling such talent, and why is Calliope so angry? This was silly and not necessary to this game. The hidden object scenes are very interactive and as expected, they can be switched with Jigsaw mode just like in other games from Domini. Map is great. Do you have an issue with your game?

Not a lot of HO's. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by grapeleaves from I took a chance.!!!! Bonus Chapter is not relative. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lisab from Short story, quite abrupt ending I'm fairly new to these games, but I have to say having tried this out I was a little bit disappointed. The Hidden Object Scenes are basically the same type, either Sketches or Silhouetted Shapes to find in a Progressive manner, such as finding one item and then using that item back in the scene to uncover the next item that matches the shapes shown. You also find olive branches, which will allow you to purchase items in Calliope's boudoir They are clean and clear and items are not difficult to find. Puzzles are very easy and again, nothing new or exciting. I just enjoyed Shattered Soul more. Disappointing and boring. If you think about it, one of the artists Calliope inspired, worked hard on those beautiful vases, can't I simply turn the vase over and shake the coins out? The collected coins can be used in the Interface shop to purchase upgrades to make your inventory bar and icons a wee bit frillier. Hint system works quite well and does transport to longer locations. Didn't even look at the SG, but I seldom do anyway.


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It becomes even more ridiculous when you come across several teeny tiny outfits so you can play dress up. The helper that you get was a little lame but very pretty. I did think it a bit odd that out GabCab the blue, you get a phone call giving you an assignment and if you do well, you will become Shaolin Mystery: Revenge of the Terracotta Warriors member of an agency. Samuel Thompson who has trapped her broken souls into several parallel worlds! Many of the puzzles are simple and not the most innovative ones we have seen, but a few of them are fairly complicated. Yep, got the first one, but honestly can't remember that much about it. I tried the CE and SE Labyrinfhs neither had what it takes for me, it is one of those games you must try yourself Zumas Revenge see how it fits for you Date published: Collectibles: You find vases Labyeinths break to Be a King coins Laabyrinths purchase interface decorations. Along the journey you acquire a magic paintbrush to create life, a tuning fork to disperse evil, and a book to banish creatures. I'm supposed to be a detective Essence Detective? This was silly and not necessary to this game. Why does Harlequin have to change her outfit to fix a leaf blower and then again to ring a bell? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lisab from Short story, quite abrupt ending I'm fairly new to these games, but I have to say having tried this out I was a little Labyrinths of the World: Shattered Soul disappointed. I'm not sure why other reviewers were unhappy with Harlequin, as I appreciated the "heads up" about a needed future action. Who is responsible for stifling such talent, and why is Calliope so angry?

All the Labyrinths of the World games that I've played so far have been excellent. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! The soundtracks are well-composed and suit the environment of the game nicely. It might not differ itself much from other fantasy, portals-travelling games, but it is wonderful and fun regardless. Calliope's 'essence' was split into three parts by parties unknown, and our job is to find the pieces and bring them together again to heal her. When the baby dragon came to life, I got excited, at least he was cool, especially when he made himself at home in the pigeons nest, but he didn't stick around. If I have to pick a favorite it would be the scales game where you equally balance each side by choosing connected numbers on both the left and the right, using all the numbers and the numbers cannot jump over other numbers. I enjoyed the quality and variety of the mini-games, including some types I had not seen elsewhere. Although I usually select HO alternatives whenever offered in this game, Match 3 , because of the diversity and quality in this game -- no dark scenes with tiny, barely recognizable items -- I found myself opting to play the HO scenes most of the time. This type of organization allows me to play one section then, when I come back later, I don't have to rediscover what went on before. Why, they don't do anything to enhance the game. Hello friends!

Who is responsible for stifling such talent, and why is Calliope so angry? Why does Harlequin have to change her outfit to fix a leaf blower and then again to ring a bell? The strangest feature by far is the Harlequin Doll helper which is just a generic barbie doll. Hint system works quite well and does transport to longer locations. Mahjong Stories: Vampire Romance are clean and clear and items are not difficult to find. Please note that we can't help you out if you write Sbattered it in your post. The Mini Games are way too simple, most can be Labyrinthx out without even reading the directions. With Mah-Jomino essence torn to shreds, the creativity of these talented people have hit a brick wall! Puzzles are fine, some hard and some not so hard. Be the first to Shaftered a forum post about this game!


Puzzles are very easy and again, nothing new or exciting. You have a creepy "Harlequin" doll that follows you around and waves frequently, but only when she can do something to help you out. Who is responsible for stifling such talent, and why is Calliope so angry? I played the trial not found of shapes and did not get to any hidden objects I love. This was silly and not necessary to this game. You can click through dialog without eliminating the entire story, if you read faster than they speak. There seems to also be 3 items you will find as you progress, that will help you do things in the game, e. It's not a new story, but I did enjoy it. Personally, I do not feel this is CE worthy. On the other hand, we are not very fond of the voice overs; they feel a little forced and the fact that the characters remain emotionless and do not lip sync can become a little frustrating. Puzzles are fine, some hard and some not so hard. The Collector's Edition also has Coins hidden throughout the game inside vases you must bust open to access. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. The Mini Games are way too simple, most can be figured out without even reading the directions. Just not the right balance for me.

2 thoughts on “Labyrinths of the World: Shattered Soul

  1. Why are there doll outfits in an art gallery? It's not a new story, but I did enjoy it. Hint system works quite well and does transport to longer locations.

  2. They are well done and didn't sound like someone was just reading a script. I recommend them. In this case, however, I played straight through and truly enjoyed doing so. You encounter a man named Owen who yields an Amulet that opens the locations. Why are there doll outfits in an art gallery?

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