Royal Detective: Borrowed Life Collectors Edition

Elephant Games presents the next chilling installment of the Royal Detective series! You’ve been summoned to the sleepy town of Dorfield to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a famous local sculptor. His wife claims that his “living” statues are to blame, but what is really going on? Uncover the truth, before it’s too late, in this sensational hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

The talismans are colorful in the scene, I was pleased. I can see that there are TWO bonus chapters. I knocked a star off for the excessive amount of relaxed puzzles in a Hops game. The puzzles are good, challenging enough yet not to bad. It is a typical Elephant game with brilliant colours and great art work. And what do you feed them Still, it does include a ton of bonus features; a strategy guide, wallpapers, soundtracks, screensavers, concept art, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable mini-games, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. Royal Detective: The Princess Returns a middle-of-the-road adventure that is as safe as can be, even its breathtaking production cannot save it from becoming one long snooze-fest. Borrowed life tells of a sculptor named Tristan who crafts a living stone statue replica of his wife Olivia when he believes that she has died. The storyline and gameplay are great. Bravo, it's nice looking. I encountered a few HOGs which I liked very much. When the story unfolds and Tristan learns that his wife isn't dead at all and he now has two Olivia's subsequently the story and gameplay drafts you into an adventure that is truly marvelous.

They don't get it It has 3 long chapters and the bonus chapter has part 1 and 2. The other statues and very angry leader, bent on revenge, set out to find and kill Tristan. One can only hope. I don't do the sound so I can't comment on that. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Great Game Just played the trial and didn't find out by now , who is the evil one, the statue or Tristan's wife. The characters were great looking, even the statues were creatively rendered. But maybe the rest of the game is not so cluttered with these things. I did like some puzzles but I play for the hops. The hand-drawn graphics were beautiful, IMO. I purchased this game and this is not based on the demo. For me it was a lot of fun to play , for sure a great time killer! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Swap and rotate square tiles to recreate the image. The cutscenes and the character animations are also surprisingly realistic, making this game less childish than its fairytale feel might suggest.


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But I love the storyline and it keeps me interested. The cutscenes and the character animations are also surprisingly realistic, making this game less childish than its fairytale feel might suggest. Sometimes the demo just Big Kahuna Reef 3 long enough, depending on the tasks at hand. For all I know at this point, it could be super-duper. It was fun finding 28 morphs and 12 talismans in the scenes. Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues took the world by storm when it first came out in Tricks and Treats and Elephant has put forth tremendous effort to do it again this time. Below Brrowed brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Swap and rotate square tiles to recreate the image. You have to find Detectiv: of course, other than that I have not seen any other items to collect. I knocked a star off for the excessive amount of relaxed puzzles in a Hops game. The puzzles are good, challenging enough yet not to bad. I was happy to see the 3 screensavers, I use them for a while. Like I said, it was the story, somewhat creepy at times, with a little touch Royal Detective: Borrowed Life Collectors Edition Pet Cemetery. Detecgive: life tells of a sculptor named Tristan Editiion crafts a living stone statue replica of his wife Olivia when he believes that she has died.

I wish I could give this more than 5 stars. Even though all this is impossible, I still found myself enjoying the demo, unlike some game demo's I wasn't bored, hoping the demo would just end. The bonus chapter is what happens afterwards and it's nice and has a happy ending. There should be a good balance of HOGs and games so that all players are satisfied. As I stated earlier, you are going to have to use a lot of imagination here, just in the demo alone, I witnessed stone statues running, I glued a stone wing onto a parrot so a stone parrot could flap its stone wings, I pulled nails out of boards that were nailed into a stone fence, and I was chased by a stone doberman. The talismans are colorful in the scene, I was pleased. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Great Game Just played the trial and didn't find out by now , who is the evil one, the statue or Tristan's wife. Henrietta was a sweet, contented statue whose pet parrot was also made of stone. I don't do the sound so I can't comment on that. There is a jumping map which is great. Plus finding the tools to accomplish such. The Mini Games are very doable, somewhat on the easy side, but again, I didn't find any of the games to be boring.

I Loved the unique storyline to this series. Regardless of how well-engineered it is, the gameplay could definitely use some risk-taking and creative ideas. The story was on the bizarre side, but interesting. You meet the Collecotrs statue Henrietta, a sweet granny whose living statue granddaughter Maya tells you the secret of evil Coloectors with red eyes Letters from Nowhere kind Zumas Revenge with green eyes. Felt the graphics were sharp and clear. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bayley60 from Excellent Game I write so few reviews but I read them all. Apparently, the Princess and her magical ability to breathe life into statues is targeted by a gloomy figure. The voices sounded clear and natural. Borrowed Editiin tells of a sculptor named Tristan who crafts a living stone statue replica of his wife Olivia when he believes that she has died. The only problem with this procedure, is that the Clllectors don't feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and their loved Royal Detective: Borrowed Life Collectors Edition are having a difficult time loving something that's not all warm and fuzzy on the outside. I think somebody decided to switch from computer generated graphics to hand drawn Edge of Reality: Great Deeds, they have done a beautiful job, but I prefer crisp computer generated graphics.


The usual CE bling is all included and if you haven't played the first game purchase that CE version as well. This has led the statues to form a coup d'etat which is even more unbelievable, do the statues also have a brain but no soul? The voices sounded clear and natural. For sure I'll buy it , can't wait playing it to the end. It was fun finding 28 morphs and 12 talismans in the scenes. When the story unfolds and Tristan learns that his wife isn't dead at all and he now has two Olivia's subsequently the story and gameplay drafts you into an adventure that is truly marvelous. They don't get it The storyline is not the least bit interesting, mainly due to the slow pace of the delivery. Seems to be a good game for beginners, others may breeze right through it. Just to be fair I gave it 5 stars. Weird, very weird. Regardless of how well-engineered it is, the gameplay could definitely use some risk-taking and creative ideas. It's not that hard, it's fun to play, I like the story line. The graphics in Royal Detective: The Princess Returns are up to our high expectations, with intricate details and impressive scene designs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bayley60 from Excellent Game I write so few reviews but I read them all.

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  1. This has led the statues to form a coup d'etat which is even more unbelievable, do the statues also have a brain but no soul? If there is one downside, it appears that this will likely be a short game but I haven't played far enough to adequately judge that. Still, it does include a ton of bonus features; a strategy guide, wallpapers, soundtracks, screensavers, concept art, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable mini-games, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. It has 3 long chapters and the bonus chapter has part 1 and 2. The cutscenes and the character animations are also surprisingly realistic, making this game less childish than its fairytale feel might suggest.

  2. The Mini Games are very doable, somewhat on the easy side, but again, I didn't find any of the games to be boring. I wish I could give this more than 5 stars. The characters were great looking, even the statues were creatively rendered. In this Collector's Edition version there are 28 Morphing Objects, and 12 Morphing Talisman's to collect as well as the usual Achievements to earn. Felt the graphics were sharp and clear.

  3. Nonetheless, we can always rely on Elephant Games to wow us with dazzling visuals. But I love the storyline and it keeps me interested. Find out what this mysterious man is up to and help the Princess on her dangerous journey!

  4. Seeing and hearing her speak and noticing the moss starting to spread on her, made me realize the sadness of this story, knowing that her husband loved and missed her so much that he tolerated this ungodly replica. Very clear and bright with excellent color. None of the Royal Detective games have been as epic as the first game in this series, but I loved the storyline on this game as well. Had fun with the morphing objects and replay of puzzles and hidden objects hunt. I purchased this game and this is not based on the demo.

  5. The Achievements' page has a empty place where a stone mural of faces are placed to complete the gathering of stone statues. It has replays of 5 soundtracks, 13 Hops and 13 select mini-games. The hand-drawn graphics were beautiful, IMO.

  6. Seems to be a good game for beginners, others may breeze right through it. The graphics in Royal Detective: The Princess Returns are up to our high expectations, with intricate details and impressive scene designs. Nonetheless, we can always rely on Elephant Games to wow us with dazzling visuals.

  7. The puzzles are slightly more complex and feature some neat ideas, so we are glad to see how puzzles-focused the game is. When the story unfolds and Tristan learns that his wife isn't dead at all and he now has two Olivia's subsequently the story and gameplay drafts you into an adventure that is truly marvelous. The characters were great looking, even the statues were creatively rendered. The bonus game is a save the love of your life story which is an added plus. From the opening cut-scene, I could tell that Elephant had returned to much of the graphics glory of their past.

  8. It was fun finding 28 morphs and 12 talismans in the scenes. I am not going to rehash everyone's description of storyline, etc. Date published:

  9. I am not going to rehash everyone's description of storyline, etc. I really don't care whether graphics are computerized or drawn, but I know it is a definite issue with many gamers. It has replays of 5 soundtracks, 13 Hops and 13 select mini-games. I can see that there are TWO bonus chapters.

  10. They don't get it I encountered a few HOGs which I liked very much. I did like some puzzles but I play for the hops. I don't review games often but this is the kind of game I love!

  11. It has replays of 5 soundtracks, 13 Hops and 13 select mini-games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from Royal Detective borrowed life so short This is an excellent game, graphics , music, scenery everything you want in a game BUT toooo short, I had finished it before I knew what was happening, very disappointed that a C E would be so short , but can't fault the game it is great ' Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by codom from The old Elephant Games Returns! Date published: Royal Detective: The Princess Returns a middle-of-the-road adventure that is as safe as can be, even its breathtaking production cannot save it from becoming one long snooze-fest. Unfortunately, Royal Detective: The Princess Returns does not come close to the glory of the first game.

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