Elephant Games is back with a new case that only the Royal Detective can solve! The peaceful town of Glanville is under attack! Each day, a golem arrives, leaving a trail of destruction and terror in its wake! But each new golem is even stronger than the last, and they're evolving into an unstoppable destructive force. You've been called in to help defeat the mysterious Master and their stone-cold creations. With the help of some friends, follow the clues to discover who the Master is and what they have in store for the town. Find hidden objects and solve puzzles to help you along the way. The townspeople are counting on you. Do you have what it takes to help them before it's too late?
Femme Royal Detective: Legend of the Golem
Smooth Legens and the HOS were very interactive and varied which made the amount of them fun to play. This game would be excellent for a beginning player to start out with and they would probably love it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by miansc from Short But Likeable Game I played the Collectors Edition of this game and absolutely loved it. Summer in Italy colors and shades create very welcoming and warm indoor and outdoor locations. I see a new game in my near future! Golem stories seem to be the rage right now, but this one was actually somewhat lighthearted and fun to play. The graphics are amazing!. Whereas this developer used to have graphics that were too tiny for me when it comes to hidden objects, the last games of them were really great to play and had gorgeous graphics too. I think most of us have had our fill of HOS heavy games. Can you stop the attack? The Hidden Object Scenes are varied and pretty well done. This one was just as Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poes The Mystery of Marie Roget Collectors Edition. However, the Royao pretty short - about hours of playtime. Puzzles were also fun and I played most which is unusual for me and left some that appeared to be tedious. I do highly recommend this game!
I liked the story but found it was a bit like the first story in this series. Audio wise, the soundtracks are pleasant most of the time, but there are times when they can get overly-dramatic,which I really don't care for. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from The Golems Are Getting Stronger Every Day The small town of Glanville has had more than their fair share of problems lately. Love this game! A golem is attacking and destroying his town. There were two helpers in this game, and although I'm not the mushy type, I loved the cute little golem you have to make. Why is he doing that? Really liked the story beginning and graphics are superb. Can you support? Neither was the map necessary nor the hints. I won't spoil your enjoyment, but I have to say WHY? Elephant and Big Fish have another solid hit in this game. Still, it's a fun couple of hours. The story, while a bit similar, veers off into an odd yet fascinating direction.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from The Golems Are Getting Stronger Every Day The small town of Glanville has had more than their fair share of problems Path To Success. A really great game but not geared towards advanced players. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Grauntie from Better than expected! All in all, not that difficult. I actually really enjoyed this fun, relatively easy game. Thank guys! Also, give it a try. I liked the clear and bright graphics, the music didn't annoy me most game background music irritates me. Like The Spear of Destiny from this week, the story line is one I have not seen before. Im sure you will enjoy this game, no matter what level you play. Audio wise, the soundtracks Safari Quest pleasant most of the time, but there are times when they can get overly-dramatic,which I really don't care for. Transporter map was very good and was needed because the game occasionally would jump around a bit.
VideoRoyal Detective - Legend Of The Golem Collector's Edition: First 11mins Gameplay/Walkthrough Part-1
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by miansc from Short But Likeable Game I played the Collectors Edition of this game and absolutely loved it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BooksandGameFan from Cute game, great way to pass a few hours. Fitting Background noises. I liked the story but found it was a bit like the first story in this series. The graphics are amazing!. Date published: I particularly liked the battle at the end as it wasn't too easy. Perfect for busy working folks who want to play a game for a while to relax. The storyline was also interesting and not one I had seen done before. The best part is that your cursor doesn't change, and some of the morphs are difficult to find. There were plenty of puzzles, some of which were a bit easy, but entertaining. It's time for the Royal Detectives to pull up their sleeves and get to work finding a way to defeat these stone giants! Fitting Background noises.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shripch from My sympathy is with the Golems! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cajerleia from Another exciting game from the Elephant games!! Graphics, animations and color were very good as were the voice-overs. I was very pleased with the graphics, voice overs, the HOS, and the puzzles. Completed CE I loved this game, like the Royal Detective games before it. There were plenty of puzzles, some of which were a bit easy, but entertaining. Lifelike animations and terrific special effects. Golems are a part of ancient myth and I hope we don't end up just blowing them up! My only complaint: The bonus chapter. I particularly liked the battle at the end as it wasn't too easy. Step by step you can unfold the locations until all of them are accessible. Story was new and different, I liked that a lot. The graphics are really good, but the features I love the most are finding the 14 Collectible morphing Figures and each scene has a Morphing Object to find. Dislikes: - Length: I needed 3 hours and something for completing.
Some parts actually made me laugh out loud. The voice-overs are well done and the voices are appropriate for each character. Lifelike animations and terrific special effects. Lifelike animations and terrific special effects. Everyone else has explained the game play so there is no need for me to do that--just enjoy and have fun playing the game--I did. But I must say I really, really liked the variations of puzzles in the demo. The voice-overs are well done and the voices are appropriate for each character. Nothing better than to start a lazy saturday afternoon with a real charming and so much entertaining game! I would have liked it to have been a bit longer though. Rated 5 out of 5 by bessiegirl from Enjoyed this lighthearted game Although the game felt a bit short it could only be because I actually enjoyed playing it. Graphics, animations and color were very good as were the voice-overs. I liked the variety of puzzles. However, the game's pretty short - about hours of playtime.