The Beast of Lycan Isle Collectors Edition

Luna has been summoned by Tara, her best friend, to an ancient village on a remote island. Tara needs Luna’s expertise on a newly unearthed artifact that might prove the existence of the legendary cult of the Madra Alta or Wolf Man. But when she arrives the locals are acting very strangely, her friend has disappeared, and terrible clues reveal a situation beyond her worst nightmare. She must rely on her fearless wit and trusted allies to find her friend. She must dig deep into the instincts and courage of her own inner animal to defeat the Wolf King himself. 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:


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MysteryPlayer18 from Perfect. Rated 5 out of Cllectors by seaotter91 from Rare kind of game! Click on the "X" and the Inventory goes down again, but still shows the items in your inventory. Overall this was a fun, interesting game. The "Museum" is the bonus part. I was enthralled from the first moment and had a hard time pausing whenever real life knocked on the door. The graphics are superb, clear and intricate illustrations that Sparkle Unleashed with details. Your Journal is at the left. I only wrote the review after the second time playing it. This is definitely one of my favorites now. The characters, particularly the old lady, are interesting. I loved the bonus content, even unusual things such as the extras deleted scenes, Iske etc being an integral part of the game rather than a credits or menu item. It takes a good minute for the Skip button to fill in Casual Islle. I thought they would never finally release it.

The graphics are good with some very interesting scenes. The voice overs are fabulous, the plot well thought through. I don't normally review games much but this game really caught my attention. The SG strategy guide is at the top right. I came upon the "Museum" while walking around town. The werewolf being a character instead of just the hulking menace added to it a lot for me also. It follows your progress and stays open where you were last. There was a beautiful mix of HO's and other puzzles maybe about half HO , and the HO's were actually functional for the story. It takes a good minute for the Skip button to fill in Casual mode. Thanks for those who developed it. The "Museum" is the bonus part. There is no choice of a cursor.

I played in Casual mode, Santas Super Friends was appalled at the amount of hand-holding. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Lycn DrDavid from Wonderful I was lucky enough to Beta test this game and where Lyczn left me hanging I had to buy the game and finish it. The characters, particularly the old lady, are interesting. The Bonus section, was absolutely part of the story and worth having in this game. I came upon the "Museum" while walking around town. Date published: Rated 5 out Route 66 5 by coyoteldy from Loved it!!! The SG strategy guide is at the top right. When they did, I liked it even more. Click on the "X" and the Inventory goes down again, but still shows the items in your inventory. I was enthralled from the first moment and had a hard time pausing whenever real life knocked on the door. The inventory goes automatically down, but you can still see half of it. Overall this was a fun, interesting game. But the more I played it, the more I liked it. Thanks for those who developed it.


There is no choice of a cursor. If you love games that are different, with HOS that have a purpose rather than just be irritating stumbling blocks on your quest to find a tool, great graphics and super puzzles, look no further! I came upon the "Museum" while walking around town. So far. It follows your progress and stays open where you were last. The graphics are good with some very interesting scenes. There are 2 gameplay modes: casual and expert. I only wrote the review after the second time playing it. Overall, very good game. This game reminds me of those olden HOGs, where every little thing that needs your attention in a scene sparkles. Long skip Map, but not interactive Diary A really fun game, about 5 hours casual, including bonus chapter Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by merne from Different but great hidden object game When I first began playing the game, I wasn't sure I liked it. Bonus content was also very good. I really really enjoyed The Beast of Lycan Isle

I thought they would never finally release it. You can't just move your cursor around, and know you have come upon something when your cursor changes. Inside you will find Clues, a Box that collects cut scene instructions and such, and a Map that shows you where you are and where you should be, but can't be used to jump. Puzzles, which so far have been easy, can be skipped. You are told this when you try to open the gate. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coyoteldy from Loved it!!! I loved the bonus content, even unusual things such as the extras deleted scenes, artwork etc being an integral part of the game rather than a credits or menu item. Though it's very easy to play and finish the game, it still excites you and leaves you in wonder. It takes a good minute for the Skip button to fill in Casual mode. The graphics are superb, clear and intricate illustrations that ooze with details. Bonus content was also very good. There is no choice of a cursor. For someone like me who is frankly tired of HOGs and traditional puzzles, this is a wonderful change. Overall, This game is worth buying and would make you crave for more once it is over. There is no widescreen.

It takes a good minute for the Skip button to fill in Casual mode. Moving around the mapped area was easy and very fluid. At the right is your Hint button, which works great outside of the so-called HOS, and takes about 25 seconds to refill in Casual mode. It follows your progress and stays open where you were last. This is one of the few games were I didn't want to slap my character for being so dumb. This is definitely one of my favorites now. The werewolf being a character instead of just the hulking menace added to it a lot for me also. There are 2 gameplay modes: casual and expert. Also, there were times when the Help button was not helpful, but I got through it and never had to visit a walkthrough. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DrDavid from Wonderful I was lucky enough to Beta test this game and where it left me hanging I had to buy the game and finish it. I warmly recommend this game and hope there are more coming. I thought they would never finally release it.

13 thoughts on “The Beast of Lycan Isle Collectors Edition

  1. This is the first game I've played where your cursor will NOT change when there is something you can click on. I really really enjoyed The Beast of Lycan Isle I warmly recommend this game and hope there are more coming. The graphics are superb, clear and intricate illustrations that ooze with details. And the woman that helps you out is a hoot!

  2. There is voice-over. For someone like me who is frankly tired of HOGs and traditional puzzles, this is a wonderful change. The werewolf being a character instead of just the hulking menace added to it a lot for me also. This is definitely one of my favorites now. I loved the bonus content, even unusual things such as the extras deleted scenes, artwork etc being an integral part of the game rather than a credits or menu item.

  3. Though it's very easy to play and finish the game, it still excites you and leaves you in wonder. Fortunately, this game is pretty straight forward when it comes to things that are just lying around for you to grab. The inventory goes automatically down, but you can still see half of it. I came upon the "Museum" while walking around town. Moving around the mapped area was easy and very fluid.

  4. Also, there were times when the Help button was not helpful, but I got through it and never had to visit a walkthrough. For someone like me who is frankly tired of HOGs and traditional puzzles, this is a wonderful change. Sounds are excellent and gives you that somewhat "adventurer" feeling. The SG strategy guide is at the top right.

  5. Fun fast paced game. But the more I played it, the more I liked it. I warmly recommend this game and hope there are more coming.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SakuraiChune from One of the best! Good puzzles, multi-layered. I thoroughly enjoyed this game.

  7. The voice overs are fabulous, the plot well thought through. The navigation wasn't as obvious as in other games and the hidden object scenes were different. Overall, This game is worth buying and would make you crave for more once it is over. Click on the "X" and the Inventory goes down again, but still shows the items in your inventory. And, yes,?

  8. Bonus content was also very good. Rated 5 out of 5 by seaotter91 from Rare kind of game! Date published: A worthwhile game to play and spend your time with. The Graphics were very clear.

  9. For someone like me who is frankly tired of HOGs and traditional puzzles, this is a wonderful change. This is one of the best point-and-click games I've ever played. This is one of the few games were I didn't want to slap my character for being so dumb. When they did, I liked it even more. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coyoteldy from Loved it!!!

  10. Your Inventory has an "Inventory" button. The animations are also commendable as it incorporated 3D objects. Voice overs could have been better but the graphics were fun and the puzzels challenging enough to keep me working at it. Overall this was a fun, interesting game.

  11. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SakuraiChune from One of the best! This is one of the best point-and-click games I've ever played. I really really enjoyed The Beast of Lycan Isle

  12. The graphics are good with some very interesting scenes. Sounds are excellent and gives you that somewhat "adventurer" feeling. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from NO HOS--seek and find adventure Great storyline: Luna's friend disappears, taken by a werewolf, and you have to find her.

  13. The Bonus section, was absolutely part of the story and worth having in this game. It follows your progress and stays open where you were last. The voice overs are fabulous, the plot well thought through. Also, there were times when the Help button was not helpful, but I got through it and never had to visit a walkthrough.

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