Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows Collectors Edition

From Friendly Cactus, makers of the Stranded Dreamscape series, comes a magical new chapter in the Shrouded Tales series! When a garbled distress call comes in from a neighboring city, you are chosen to investigate the source of the trouble. Armed with a magical amulet that can cast a variety of spells, you head through the portal to find out what has happened in Volarden. But as you begin to investigate, you quickly learn that things may not be what they seem. Watch your back – evil is taking shape around every corner in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Please try this demo for yourself. After that, the story takes its usual course of action, leaving you to search for clues, interact with objects and solve Be a King puzzles. So here's my opinion. Even though the use of an amulet is Edotion repeated theme Editiob similar adventures, this epic game is truly an atmospheric experience I enjoyed from the commencement to the galvanic conclusion. The only joy that I experienced with this game was getting to the end of it. Frustrated when the cursor cannot be changed to "system" type; the lag of the game cursor is very annoying. The Baron's motto, when in the darkness, we are the light. I think the puzzles are great and HOS are different, so I really think that paying extra for the ability to play them over is a Colllectors value. One of my favorite puzzles was putting all blue tokens on the left and all red tokens on the right, using arms on each row and column to nudge each token one space at a time. I got the CE version of this game, and I regret it. Other needed items will also be found in that dimension. I thought there would some nice complexity Shining Plume, but they got much simpler, and downright boring, after the demo. There's tons of jumping around to different scenes. Now she has been asked by the Order of Barons to help the neighboring city of Volarden who has fallen victim to the Shadows, the same evil that imprisoned Havenwick. Play the demo and see if you agree.

There you find aids to your dilemma in the real world, including a machine that repairs your amulet one tiny bit at a time. So now Razaroth is ruling the Volarden and his shadows punishing everyone trying to stop his reign. I do not feel this game is CE worthy without some very nice collectibles and a bit more challenge. Please try this demo for yourself. Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows, however, has some moments when it strays from the gameplay pattern. As it is, you just pop into a static scene, pick up what you need, and leave, only to return. So rescuers are sent to nearby towns to search for the emergency. The story? Then there is the story line, a good bit of which is given away in the intro rather than unfolded in the game-play. He was put in jail in Volarden long ago and guarded by his brother, a great magician. I played the demo in "casual" mode so I can tell you the hints refill quickly. Note that if you play hidden object games with consistency, the way you do things in Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows might not apply to scenarios that are identical to other title, when it comes to gameplay mechanics.

There was opportunity missed as Shrrouded could have Herofy a great game if there had Taes: something more going on in the Shadow land as a parallel but separate adventure to the real world. I have attached the summary of my original review of the CE version of this game. I suggest that you buy one or the other, whatever you do. Whenever you find a new symbol that allows you to repair your broken amulet yes, they always Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt after the first Editoin you play a mini game. The same game is repeated each time, but it gets more complicated as you progress. Happy gaming. Once you arrive in Volarden, you will find the Scroll of Secrets, that shows useful information about Volarden and it's residents. O for the reviews. Then there is the story line, a good bit of which is given away in the intro rather than unfolded in the game-play. Another layer of complexity is added because there is a "dark side" that must be accessed to find the pylons. You arrive in a seemingly deserted part of town and almost immediately break your magic amulet. So now Razaroth is ruling the Volarden and his shadows punishing everyone trying to stop his Eddition. It's a fun game. As it is, you just pop into a static scene, pick up what you need, and leave, only to return.


Play the demo and see if you agree. I played the demo in "casual" mode so I can tell you the hints refill quickly. Hope you love Mini Games because there are a lot of em, and to me, this is the feature that makes or breaks the game. I do not feel this game is CE worthy without some very nice collectibles and a bit more challenge. There are only three levels of difficulty. Each time, a token must be found, placed in a "pylon", and a series of mini-games, increasing in difficulty, have to be completed before the spell chip is restored. Overall, this is a good straight-forward HOS. So now Razaroth is ruling the Volarden and his shadows punishing everyone trying to stop his reign. I have attached the summary of my original review of the CE version of this game. So is the voice acting. Some of the HOS are repeated, which is a major downfall in my opinion, it's boring a second time around and I cannot figure out why they do this! So here's my opinion. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by 9otters from Disappointing, Confusing, and Boring. There was opportunity missed as this could have been a great game if there had been something more going on in the Shadow land as a parallel but separate adventure to the real world.

The mini-games were mainly run of the mill, nothing really new or inventive. For me, it was all downhill after the demo. Jump map was easy to use which ends up being very important with all the overuse of the back and forth, light and dark worlds. The city also has a portal that when activated, allows you to walk between the real world and a parallel universe which is basically the same place, only darker. We need to use our "magic", or spells, as well as some of our regular inventory items in the HOPs. Thanks for the reviews. In the Collector's Edition, it also reveals 30 hidden rune symbols, one in each scene, as well as the addition of several Achievements to earn. So rescuers are sent to nearby towns to search for the emergency. Note that if you play hidden object games with consistency, the way you do things in Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows might not apply to scenarios that are identical to other title, when it comes to gameplay mechanics. As usual, I can't recommend what I will not purchase. There are only three difficulty levels, none are customizable. The Hidden Object Scenes have several types available, with a unique feature that requires you to use some of the inventory items you have collected within the scene by switching between the inventory tab and the objects tab. So here's my opinion. I think the puzzles are great and HOS are different, so I really think that paying extra for the ability to play them over is a good value.

It's the key to this game. What a disappointment. A few good surprises along the way Hidden object games of this type follow a rather strict but not necessarily mandatory path. I will admit, I got lost a couple of times! That said, this game just doesn't excite me at all. Luckily you have an innate ability to shift into Shadow lands. You, Archibald, Alexander and your mother Elizabeth will have to use all your talents to defeat him and restore order! Good features say CE to me. One must remember the 'amulet'. This started out as a good idea but, again, after the demo, it seemed we had to do it in practically every scene. Hope you love Mini Games because there are a lot of em, and to me, this is the feature that makes or breaks the game. Overall, this is a good straight-forward HOS. It is no surprise that you get the endangered locale. There is a jump-map, which is absolutely necessary for all except the hard-core players. Whether you ignore the graphic effects or your whole existence is devoted to design and graphics of Hidden Object, Adventure computer games, you can't stay indifferent to the tremendous videosequence of Shrouded Tales 2: Revenge of Shadows.

8 thoughts on “Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows Collectors Edition

  1. A good thing for Shrouded Tales: Revenge of Shadows is that it displays nice graphics and animations. Each time, a token must be found, placed in a "pylon", and a series of mini-games, increasing in difficulty, have to be completed before the spell chip is restored. I got the CE version of this game, and I regret it.

  2. Other puzzles requires you to use magnets to either repel or attract gems into their correct slots, another requires you to drag red stars with lines connecting each red star across every blue star to light them all up. It's a fun game. Please try this demo for yourself. As usual, I can't recommend what I will not purchase. Each time the Amulet is used to cast a spell, it becomes stronger and more powerful.

  3. Whether you ignore the graphic effects or your whole existence is devoted to design and graphics of Hidden Object, Adventure computer games, you can't stay indifferent to the tremendous videosequence of Shrouded Tales 2: Revenge of Shadows. There are several red masks that must be turned yellow using 2 or three copper symbols with specific directional arrows, to cover all of the masks in each direction. I think the puzzles are great and HOS are different, so I really think that paying extra for the ability to play them over is a good value.

  4. The "secret scroll" that was used to find the collectible runes malfunctioned, which added to the confusion. There's tons of jumping around to different scenes. This started out as a good idea but, again, after the demo, it seemed we had to do it in practically every scene. Now she has been asked by the Order of Barons to help the neighboring city of Volarden who has fallen victim to the Shadows, the same evil that imprisoned Havenwick.

  5. So now Razaroth is ruling the Volarden and his shadows punishing everyone trying to stop his reign. You arrive in a seemingly deserted part of town and almost immediately break your magic amulet.. A few good surprises along the way Hidden object games of this type follow a rather strict but not necessarily mandatory path. There are only three difficulty levels, none are customizable. All of the puzzles are doable, some of them are just more time consuming than others.

  6. Trying to figure out how to repair fantasy technology was frustrating and The "secret scroll" that was used to find the collectible runes malfunctioned, which added to the confusion. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by odarney from Disappointed with 2 "option" items There are several red masks that must be turned yellow using 2 or three copper symbols with specific directional arrows, to cover all of the masks in each direction.

  7. So rescuers are sent to nearby towns to search for the emergency. There is a jump-map, which is absolutely necessary for all except the hard-core players. That you cannot 'customize' your player; quicker hints, quicker 'skip' options, etc. Some of the HOS are repeated, which is a major downfall in my opinion, it's boring a second time around and I cannot figure out why they do this!

  8. The same game is repeated each time, but it gets more complicated as you progress. Thanks for the reviews. There you find aids to your dilemma in the real world, including a machine that repairs your amulet one tiny bit at a time.

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