Witches Legacy: Covered by the Night

EleFun Games excitedly presents the next installment of the Witches’ Legacy series! The Witches’ University is under attack! As you search for your girlfriend Anabel, you run into a rogue sorcerer bent on taking the students’ powers. Can you uncover his sinister motives in time to stop him, or will you be consumed by the night? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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I have only finished the demo, but I will definitely purchase. I am not an expert player, but I really enjoy a great game such as this one. I truly have enjoyed this game. The middle of the game drags a bit, and many of the actions in this part are not logical or obvious. Somebody obviously has a fondness for Pratchett : We also have the famous Elefun hidden object surprises; books which open to a pop-up scenery, a candy box revealing a whole gingerbread house, including witches and pumpkins. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Tricks and Treats under the Umbra Shadow Moon Apparently in an attempt to outrun time, Elefun released already the first Halloween game. The graphics were beautiful, the characters one met along the way, equally creepy and helpful, and the music didn't detract but enhanced the story. I wasn't expecting to enjoy the game as much as I did. I miss generally a bit lightness and exuberant fun that always was a feature of this series. This villain is extracting students' powers to bolster his own. Since the game drifted away from Lynn and Edward, towards Jack and Annabel, they no longer have that appeal. A few of the puzzles were harder than usual, requiring me to skip. Select 2 elements, which is layered and ending with a simple connect the dots. The more I played the more I loved it. The beginning is very promising, with a lot of creative touches.


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My favourite scene is the Mice Laboratory, located in a big, hollow loaf of cheese. I just play what I find to be fun and I don't get caught up in the minutia of is it like this, does it follow the last game etc. I miss generally a bit lightness and exuberant fun that always was a feature of this series. Highly recommended, especially just before Halloween, yet anytime will be a joy to play. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from The magic is back! Meaning a lot of data. I think the owl attack could of been handled better and it was lame the way they did it. To make matters worse, the games drifted away from the realistic world, to a world filled with oddness, and Dream Tale: The Golden Keys there's Bertha the ferret, don't even get me started WMS Slots: Jade Monkey that hot mess! This game will be remembered as the Witches' Legacy with the hapless blood moon that chops the game's flow to pieces. I especially loved the HOS scene with the mice in it, they were so cuddly looking. Not me. Live and let live. I'm sure this game will be a hit for those players who are new to this series, and never got the chance to be a part of their "family" You should really go back to the roots of the game, Witches Legacy: Covered by the Night they were fantastic stories. The fan while beautiful, wasn't as fun as a list and a full art filled page.

Fox, crow and beating heart. We encounter hissing pumpkins, fluttering chairs, a three-headed, mangy fox who claims to be Cerberus, a grotesque thingy with oversized claws which looks like the insect king but is a dispirited air spirit. Read all notes and texts you find in HOPs, they contain clues or background information. It also shows you if you have collected all the morphs and puzzle pieces. Maybe a 3rd generation of witches need to be developed. I like her. Date published: I want more games like this!!! I also wish they hadn't overused that bloody moon vignette - pretty boringly drawn, if you ask me. Live and let live. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by own2sphynx from Blast from the past OK this is going way back to the 1st game "The Charleston Curse" but still ties into all the games and since it is an older game i doubt anyone would answer I especially liked the mouse lab where the mice create fantastic magical items for the students. Play and let play! I like that players see an indication on the map of each scene visited where they have found every piece and morphing object.

Click on the four owls in Felix' Castle: each will respond with a different screech, we can play a little melody. I am not an expert player, but I really enjoy a great game such as this one. It's Halloween and a rare, Blood Moon eclipse occurrence has allowed the Supreme Sorcerer Felix, to escape from the sphere that Queen Morgana imprisoned him in before she died. Iron Sea Defenders have to see if you have all your collectibles and it marks where you have something to do and when a different area has a hop that has something you could use, this is a must. I really enjoyed this game!


Leading Jack through the clouds. This was a nefarious plan concocted by the last remaining dark witches who called upon the Ice Sorcerers twins, Mara and Marcus, as a last ditch effort to destroy all that is good. Who doesn't think a mouse wearing glasses is adorable? One game had terrible instructions. Bertha is an unofficial family member, a witch who is able to change herself into a ferret, but really possesses no other witchly powers. Your choice. Love that! The mice look as if they'd all wear lab coats, but on a second glance, they don't. I would have bought the CE version, which has morphing objects and jigsaw puzzle pieces to find, in addition to all the usual stuff found in the SE. I really enjoyed this game! No stress, just pure easy, fun, enjoyment for a change. Saving the foe may change the next storyline.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from There is a bad moon rising In the bonus, you have a guillotine and I couldn't connect it's use on a object. I miss generally a bit lightness and exuberant fun that always was a feature of this series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by matai9 from Moonlight and magic cast spell on Halloween journey A blood moon and Halloween night spell trouble for students at The Witches' University. I really enjoyed this game! Game play, not bad. There are several items in each scene that can be interacted with, and in the Collector's Edition version, there are 33 Morphing Objects, and every scene has at least one hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Piece, that allows you to assemble 4 different Screensavers. Wyrm is a Chinese Dragon. Lots to do during the game and lots of scenes. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Tricks and Treats under the Umbra Shadow Moon Apparently in an attempt to outrun time, Elefun released already the first Halloween game. Don't want to spoil it for some. I love the harder mystery games with a lot of challenge but sometimes you just want something a little fun and easy to lighten up your day and this is it. One thing I did not like is the devs were fixated on the orange-red moon, so you got a red moon every time you moved to a different area within the scene.

9 thoughts on “Witches Legacy: Covered by the Night

  1. This one included, the graphics characters set up from the very beginning captuires you immediately! The game does tie up nicely in the SE edition and with the 2. They have one of the best soundtracks. The fan while beautiful, wasn't as fun as a list and a full art filled page.

  2. The mighty sorcerer appears a bit absent and bored. The mice look as if they'd all wear lab coats, but on a second glance, they don't. I also wish they hadn't overused that bloody moon vignette - pretty boringly drawn, if you ask me. I like the sameness on games in the details like the hint looking the same.

  3. Fantastic theme! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from There is a bad moon rising The bonus, has a great ancient cave hop that had some delights for me.

  4. The game does tie up nicely in the SE edition and with the 2. Of course, the graphics are excellent which is typical of EleFun Games. The beginning is very promising, with a lot of creative touches. Big delay in scenes. The graphics are clearer than usual, but the art itself is very good.

  5. I like her. Date published: I truly have enjoyed this game. Although it's mostly grey in grey, in hueless, dulled blues and greens, drab and darkly veiled. This SE ends coherent with the usual final "fight" and videos, showing the happy end.

  6. Love that! Normally I don't purchase the CE edition but I was having so much fun playing the demo and there was a sale that day so I went ahead and purchased the CE. I think that there is just such a loss there.

  7. I guess I'm just a big kid at heart because this and everything else about the game just made me very happy! And that Red Moon! I especially liked the mouse lab where the mice create fantastic magical items for the students.

  8. Magical portals open with the help of gadgets: speed boots and a compass, a dreamcatcher, a mirror. I'm sure this game will be a hit for those players who are new to this series, and never got the chance to be a part of their "family" You should really go back to the roots of the game, because they were fantastic stories. Fantastic sceneries, beautiful, surreal artwoork that reminds me of Dali sometimes.

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by own2sphynx from Blast from the past OK this is going way back to the 1st game "The Charleston Curse" but still ties into all the games and since it is an older game i doubt anyone would answer Graphics were good also. It does have really good morphs and puzzle pieces to make 4 puzzles. All and all I had a magnificent time playing this game and I highly recommend it! But since this series doesn't have all the extras like replaying hops and puzzles or video.

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