Many people regret the mistakes of their past, but how many people get a chance to go back and change them? The dark sorceress Cassandra has broken free after centuries of imprisonment, killing all who oppose her in the Lost Lands. To stop her, you’ll have to travel back to the past to unravel Cassandra’s secrets. But be careful, even small changes can cause time paradoxes and may have far-reaching consequences! Can you uncover her weakness and save the future? Find out in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game.
In the game there are many different types of collectibles in every scene and morphing objects in every scene. I loved doing these as they had a pretty good challenge to them and you also have little mini-games in them as well. Another cool feature they offer is that for each group of collections, morphs and manuscripts completed, you will earn an Achievement AND you'll receive a new Puzzle or Mini-Game in the Bonus Levels section! From the opening sequence I was smiling with the quality of the game graphics. I really liked the story in this one. The maps, the story, the game play, the art Disappointing but fixable. All up the game, bonus and extra 20 puzzles took me a good 10 hours to complete, playing a bit each night throughout the week. This one is also shorter, which is fine with me. The interactive map works well and it also shows what morphs or collectibles need to be found in each scene just in case you need it. Makes me sad I was enjoying the game, it won't be part of my purchased games! And I'm not exaggerating. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Why do they even bother including a game that has already solved it.. I did these first as I didn't want to miss any.
The following list contains my thoughts, both positive and negative, about this game. I found the HOP scenes are interactive. Susan is a relatable character, and this dev does an amazing job connecting you emotionally to the storyline. Different from most other HOG's so it's really fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MaryCricket from Whatever you do "here" may have serious consequences "there" This is the most exciting game I have played on Big Fish in a long long time. The CG graphic video cutscenes are extremely realistic, but what I like the most about Lost Lands, is that it's not a cookie-cutter game, they never are. I truly loved the story and mechanics of this game and that is why I have all this developer's games. The Mini-Games are awesome! I'm very impressed. The HOS are silhouette, find and use scenes with many zoom in scenes and puzzles to solve. Great game. Each new game in this series has been just as good if not better than the preceding ones. The maps, the story, the game play, the art Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. If you fail you retry.
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On a side note i believe teh new addition to the New York Mystery series is in order. Overall a terrific game and so worth buying. You find you have to escape from you captures and you are being timed. You can't skip some of the dialog, though, on this one. I want to send a special thank you to the developers at 5-BN. If Maaron didn't summon Susan, who did, and why? Great game. Do you have an issue with your game? You play Susan, and your ask to go back in time to kill a sorcerer when returning to the present You see the present has change. This seems to have more mini-games than the previous games. Its almost like reading a book, or watching a movie, and you get to Granny in Paradise a role in it. But I did. This one is also shorter, which The Timebuilders: Pyramid Rising fine with me. EEdition job, devs!
WOW No thank you! The bonus game is how it all began. Susan has been summoned once again to the Lost Lands, but something's definitely different this time. Thanks for a great game. I bought the CE version and I'm glad that I did. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MaryCricket from Whatever you do "here" may have serious consequences "there" This is the most exciting game I have played on Big Fish in a long long time. How can you get lost in the story when you spend all your time looking for extraneous stuff? The graphics were wonderful. Different from most other HOG's so it's really fun. I got all the others, though. I have all of the games in this series, and in my opinion the series just keep getting better with each game. Rated 5 out of 5 by rwshoemaker from Love the Lost Lands series I love the Lost Lands series and this version was no exception.
I love Flowers Mahjong journal aspect, and it would be even more awesome if the entry wasn't needed to solve an immediate puzzle, but rather several pages later, so you'd have to scan through the journal entries to find what you need. On a side note i believe a new addition to the New York Mystery series is in order. This seems to have more mini-games The Inquisitor the previous games. I would give this game 10 stars if I could! Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post.
As with the other games in this series, I saw it, played the trial, and bought it. You probably won't come across all the standard cliche tasks like wrapping a rag around a shard of glass and finding a smoker to drive away bees, and that's so refreshing and so appreciated! Still, the puzzles are good and overall I enjoyed it. Its almost like reading a book, or watching a movie, and you get to play a role in it. How can you get lost in the story when you spend all your time looking for extraneous stuff? Be the first to write a forum post about this game! You must find an object within the scene, that matches one of the Silhouetted Shapes shown in the Inventory Bar. Then you click on various Zoom Zones to find where the item can be used Interactively, which will expose the next Silhouetted Shape item that will be used in the next Zoom Zone until you Progress through all of the items. You guys remember the quality of the games that BFG had when back in the days that it developed many of its own games. This time I didn't need to use the interactive map, but I have used it before in a previous game. The interactive map works well and it also shows what morphs or collectibles need to be found in each scene just in case you need it. The graphics are gorgeous and very well defined. I got all the others, though. The puzzles were of a good difficulty level and the story was fantastic and engaging.