Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest installment in the Saga of the Nine Worlds series. The Wild Hunt has begun and you may be its next prey! As powerful spirits threaten to destroy the world, you and your companions must learn the secrets of the Wild Hunt to save the world from utter destruction. Can you uncover the truth about the power behind the hunt, or will you fall victim to its ghostly pursuers? It’s time to journey through the Nine Realms in this stunning hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

A summary is given at the beginning and you can read about previous adventures in your journal, where you may look up terms and other useful hints. The only blur I had was the back ground when someone was talking. Try it for yourself. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by LunaNik from Too many bugs. It's hard to take this game seriously when all these epic visions and battle-ready characters inspire everyone, and then the camera pans to the Skald who's casually strumming a tune and say's "Surely this shall be an event worthy of a song" Seriously?? We meet Ull, god of living hunters, who gives us a background on the wild hunt, how Odin is originally responsible for their existence. I love Norse mythology and I hope this game is the end in this series. Being entrenched into more Norse mythology along the ride is an added enjoyment to a fantastic game. This review is based on the demo only. IMO the 1st game is outstanding while the 2nd failed somewhat to warm the cockles of my heart. In this series:. It took a long time to complete, which I love. Sufficient to say that puzzles are not too challenging, but rather inventive and HOP are very well integrated in the plot.

Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void. This is a great game. Very uneven. Try it for yourself. Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt effectively interweaves a rich storyline with a complex gameplay. Rated 5 out of 5 by Fuphyter from Great Game I rarely leave reviews. I don't find this an improvement on this standard puzzle. I can see why this game could be not to everyone's taste, but if you have any interest in Scandinavian sagas, like I do you will enjoy it. Happy Gaming : Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Puzzle Heavy I think this is the best out three in this series. Who is our opponent: The Wild Hunt, ghostly huntsmen passing in wild pursuit, a threat for the living. The storytelling is also heavily integrated into the gameplay. The Skald is ready, willing, and able, to play a song??? After the four chapter which is the end of the main game it had 26 mini-games and 12 hops. Well, the replays were 23 mini-games and 5 hops.

The fight with the bear seemed to go on forever with no instruction about what the point was. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. I agree with a previous reviewer, the bear puzzle needed more instructions but overall the puzzles were good and a decent challenge and worked well with the storyline. Nope, he's just sitting around waiting to play a stupid song once the battles been fought! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by syndney from Not a fluffy escape game! Players who relish more of an adventure saga than merely facing constant HO segments should truly enjoy this hunt. I thank the Dev's for their innovated story and graphic but please -- more hidden object scenes. Playing the Harp. Lastly, most of the puzzles are repeats, but designed to take ten times as long to solve. But it is said as well to maintain the balance between life and death. It didn't make sense. The scenes themselves are located in interesting locations, and for the most part, are well done and story related.

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Nope, he's just sitting around waiting to play a stuid song once the battles been fought! Magic Haven Hunt is interfering with the rules the gods have set, and the gods are angry. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly mia in this puzzle-heavy game. I realize that this would not be for everyone. This is Woodville Chronicles 3rd installment of Saga of the Nine Worlds. Love the production and the storyline, but the gameplay was repetitive and slow. Others might find it helpful to understand the motivation. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Keywords in Sentence finds and one where you must find the correct faces on several figurines. After the The Tuttles: Madcap Adventures chapter 29 mini-games and 14 hops. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt comes in at four hours with an additional hour from the bonus Humt. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Times of Vikings comes in at four hours with Ninne additional hour from the bonus chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talisbird from Great addition to the collection My ratings are based on the level of satisfaction I felt when playing this to the end. She, of course, must coordinate her efforts with folks met along the way and gather items and forge things necessary to her quest.

Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt effectively interweaves a rich storyline with a complex gameplay. It's hard to take this game seriously when all these epic visions and battle-ready characters inspire everyone, and then the camera pans to the Skald who's casually strumming a tune and say's "Surely this shall be an event worthy of a song" Seriously?? Stories of the Wild Hunt prophecy have been passed down for generations in The Huntresses Clan, and she has agreed to visit the elders to gather vital knowledge to help them on their quest. I don't find this an improvement on this standard puzzle. Even though the storyline about the Wild Hunt has been told and retold countless times before, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt manages to make it feel fresh by bringing in interesting characters and clever storytelling techniques. So the plot can unfold in an acceptable pace. Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt effectively interweaves a rich storyline with a complex gameplay. During the demo the player acts as the Huntress and she must return to her own people to gain assistance from her kind and also restore her image to the great god ULL. This one was doable. Playing the Harp. This one needs to go back to the drawing board for debugging. Gameplay tedious and repetitive. I'm a hops girl, so it's too puzzle heavy but I did like playing the harp and shooting arrows. It took a long time to complete, which I love. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt comes in at four hours with an additional hour from the bonus chapter.

We love how smartly the puzzles are integrated into the storyline, as they are not only challenging, but are also surprisingly original and entertaining. The skald's "fill all lines without retracing your path" was incredibly tedious, since each time I chose a line, I had to wait for the bottle-pouring animation. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talisbird from Great addition to the collection My ratings are based on Battle Slots level of satisfaction I felt when playing this to the end. The Hunt is interfering with the rules the gods have set, and the gods are angry. As Wonderlines, things go out of hand and even though Ull has no idea who summoned those dead wild hunters and why, he tries his best to help. Who is our opponent: The Wild Hunt, ghostly huntsmen passing Battle Slots wild pursuit, a threat for the living.


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10 thoughts on “Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt

  1. In our first role we play as the huntress. From the Scandinavian theme to the unconventional storytelling and actual battle sequences, Saga of the Nine Worlds feels like it belongs to an indie sub-genre of the HOPA world. As often, things go out of hand and even though Ull has no idea who summoned those dead wild hunters and why, he tries his best to help.

  2. Of course no extras for the standard version. The visuals and sound are in keeping with the tone of the story. My only issue is that the mini games were very easy.

  3. I thank the Dev's for their innovated story and graphic but please -- more hidden object scenes. It didn't make sense. I was into it and got bored in the later chapters. In the Collector's Edition version, each scene has a Morphing Object to find, and the morphs are slow and well concealed.

  4. The graphics suited the moody brooding atmosphere and in parts there is some mistiness, but it was in keeping with the theme. For starters The Hunt is stunning on the eyes as everything encountered is extremely lifelike. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. The scenes themselves are located in interesting locations, and for the most part, are well done and story related.

  5. As often, things go out of hand and even though Ull has no idea who summoned those dead wild hunters and why, he tries his best to help. So the plot can unfold in an acceptable pace. Your "team" of 4 which is nicely reviewed in the opening, is called upon to retrieve the fragments of a horn which can summon "the Wild Hunt" although this is not immediately clear.

  6. It might not be as epic as its remarkable previous installment, The Hunt is a triumph nonetheless. This review is based on the demo only. For starters The Hunt is stunning on the eyes as everything encountered is extremely lifelike.

  7. When I finished the third chapter I check the replays you have only after you finish them in the game. The Hunt is interfering with the rules the gods have set, and the gods are angry. That indie flair remains prominent throughout this sequel, which is much appreciated. When I changed the waiting time to 10 seconds, it took almost a minute for them to charge.

  8. I agree with a previous reviewer, the bear puzzle needed more instructions but overall the puzzles were good and a decent challenge and worked well with the storyline. The graphics suited the moody brooding atmosphere and in parts there is some mistiness, but it was in keeping with the theme. Rated 5 out of 5 by Fuphyter from Great Game I rarely leave reviews. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt comes in at four hours with an additional hour from the bonus chapter. Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void.

  9. Additionally, there are several bugs that need exterminating. Others might find it helpful to understand the motivation. While there might not be that many tasks to complete in one scene, the game often allows you to navigate around and expand upon a scene, which adds to the realism of the game. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved.

  10. While there might not be that many tasks to complete in one scene, the game often allows you to navigate around and expand upon a scene, which adds to the realism of the game. Additionally, there are several bugs that need exterminating. Playing the Harp.

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