Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians

Eve Glover loved her grandfather, especially the stories he told her during her youth – stories about a mythical world full of kingdoms and strange creatures. Now that she's inherited his home, she's beginning to discover there are many secrets that her grandfather was hiding from her. She's quickly learning that his stories might not be as imaginary as she once thought. Travel to the world of Arden and save it from destruction in this fantastical hidden-object puzzle adventure.

Aside from the graphics we have voiceovers that are also not too great. In my opinion, Eipix has outdone itself. The graphics seem to be a mixed bag of the original old style with lots of mistiness and then at other times we have crisp and clear scenes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians Collector's Edition Another great game in the series to play Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by McGiggles from Great story, good puzzles I really enjoyed the story line on this one. Where this game becomes excellent, at least for me, is with the puzzles that are quite different than usual and challenging. The Collector's Edition has 16 Achievements to earn, note:one achievement requires you to disable the tutorial so you'll have to enable the tutorial first, when you set up your profile and choose the difficulty mode 9 Music Soundtracks, 12 replayable Videos, 18 replayable Mini Games, 13 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 13 replayable Bubble Shoot games, 8 Concept Art pictures, 8 Wallpapers, 38 Collectible Signs, a Souvenir Room to revisit scenes and collect souvenirs, a built in Strategy Guide, and a Bonus Chapter. This is very helpful, since you visit the same locations multiple times. Many of the items you find it is hard to figure out where they go. So refreshing. The music IMO could also be considered a negative because it was somewhat distracting. There is one HOP that is very different as we move from one room to another to find the objects we need. I didn't care much for the jump map, it was just to bland.


Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians

Amaraanthine entire beginning of the demo has you doing mundane tasks pick up all the library books watch cutscenes or hear a ton of dialog, etc. Some are very stilted and I felt like I wanted to poke the speaker to wake him Amarnthine so 5 Realms of Cards could move on. It was not very obvious —after all however logical. I have loved Legqcy time solving them. Sound and voices are nice and nothing detracting as sometimes is the case. I like games where I get the map almost immediately. The graphics are gorgeous, from the skyline of Seattle, to the night sky on Arden, to the bioluminescent flora on same. We have 38 symbols that reminded me of gold statuettes. Even with graphics that are not quite up to par, the puzzles and HOP scenes override that shortcoming. From my point of view, they improved during the game and were finally quite nice. Some have a bit of challenge and take some time and thought to complete, but I haven't seen anything new. A nice balance of HOPS to puzzles, well-designed and functional map the last game the to-do icons stopped appearing early on, super annoying. I prefer to decide how much challenge I feel like enduring rather than let the game punish me, so I appreciate Custom mode. There is one HOP that is very Voyahe: as we Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians from one room Amaranthnie another to find the objects we need.

Gonna be hard to beat this one, but if anyone can do it, Eipix can. Search for useful objects and solve puzzles The puzzles you stumble upon are not very original either, given the fact that most of them challenge you to find a pattern and apply it until the lock is open or the images align. Fantastic Graphics and Characters. The CE version does offer a few extras with collectibles that are sometimes difficult to find. Me, on the other hand, not so much. Lately, it just seems that they are rehashing stories from all the other games, slapping a new title on it and presenting it as new. The HOP scenes were varied, with some being interactive and multi-level. I have enjoyed this series and look forward to another episode. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Where this game becomes excellent, at least for me, is with the puzzles that are quite different than usual and challenging. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JakeGrean from Awesome!!!!! Extras: 13 HOS and 18 Puzzles to replay.

A wonderful departure from the ubiquitous grody, gloomy bug-infested, yuck strewn, dilapidated stylings or the "blurple", blue-magenta-purple deep, high-saturation colors, both of which I like in measure but sometimes make me crave a breath of fresh air. Good lip-synch and the voices were very clear and distinct. The Amaranthine Voyage series is one that for me has been either hit or miss. Granted, the setting Happy Kingdom different, but that hardly Gjardians any difference in this case. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. To buy the product you need Zumas Revenge register with Big Fish. A Sparkle Unleashed balance of HOPS to puzzles, well-designed and functional map the last game the World Wonderland icons stopped appearing Guardianw on, super annoying. Amaranthine Voyage was a spectacular game for the first couple of episodes, because the storylines were fresh and new. Map - you receive it fairly shortly into the game. If you don't care for the HOPs, there is a bubble shoot game to play. In my opinion, Eipix has outdone itself.


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Amaranthine Voyage 7: Legacy Of The Guardians (CE) - Ep1 - w/Wardfire

The registration is free and the account will let you earn free games, play community games or participate in game forums, write reviews as well as offer you significant discounts. Even though I purchased the game, please try the demo to see if you will find that Legacy of the Guardians is one you will enjoy. O the music! So refreshing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nariiska from Family Secrets reveal a legacy I have enjoyed playing this series and was thrilled to see another chapter available. No humor. For the most part, the color is very nice. Date published: Although the game is not stellar in some respects, the puzzles and HOP scenes make it one that I believe deserves a high rating. The cutscenes were blurry, the colors drab. I started playing the game yesterday and am still not quite finished. Not a very memorable adventure for seasoned fans All things considered, Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians is a bit of a misstep in the series, because some of the previous episodes were quite good.

There is a Medallion which you have to charge with energy orbs, and there isn't a Helper. The only one that was slightly interesting was an Interactive, Progressive Silhouetted Shape Game where you find an item that matches the Silhouetted Shape and use that item interactively in the scene to expose the next item, and there were two different scenes available to toggle between. It's nice to play a game that feels less encumbered and stifling. HOS - I enjoyed these, especially the one where you had to interact with two different scenes. The music was appropriate for each scene, but sometimes a little 'out there'. I like games where I get the map almost immediately. I just started the game and I just had to buy it. A nice balance of HOPS to puzzles, well-designed and functional map the last game the to-do icons stopped appearing early on, super annoying. Almost immediately you step through a portal and into the world of Arden where you find out more about your recently departed grandfather than you ever thought possible. Aside from the graphics we have voiceovers that are also not too great. You have to protect the amulet of your grandfather at all costs. But mostly it was fluid and fun all the way. CONS 1.

7 thoughts on “Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians

  1. It is fun to interact directly with objects needed, e. Slightly interactive. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. It is my feeling that perhaps the developer was trying to emulate the graphics of the first two games in the series. The HOS's were a little challenging,but not that hard to figure out.

  2. Easy mini games but not bad. Almost didn't bother rewriting it but I felt in the face of the luke-warm star rating this deserves it. The original early games in the series were very good but some of the later games have really not been that great.

  3. Lastly, the music and the sound effects are not bad either, although the voice acting is not exactly top notch. Nothing new, but nice variations. No surprising twists. Puzzles - I loved them and found them relatively easy to complete except one which took me a bit longer to work out.

  4. The graphics seem to be a mixed bag of the original old style with lots of mistiness and then at other times we have crisp and clear scenes. No surprising twists. Almost immediately you step through a portal and into the world of Arden where you find out more about your recently departed grandfather than you ever thought possible.

  5. Unfortunately, do not expect anything groundbreaking in the gameplay department, which is a bit of a bummer if you are fed up with repetitive hidden object scenes. This sequal does not disappoint and the legacy is continued with a charming storyline, beautiful scenary and challenging puzzles. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Another world to explore!

  6. Items are not hard to find and scenes are pretty clear. Yes, I am adding it to my collection. Gonna be hard to beat this one, but if anyone can do it, Eipix can. HOS - I enjoyed these, especially the one where you had to interact with two different scenes.

  7. Even with graphics that are not quite up to par, the puzzles and HOP scenes override that shortcoming. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Connect the star to each of the black holes by rotating the honeycomb tiles in a game similar to "pipes". The artwork really sets it apart for me. The gameplay itself just isn't interesting, not in the least bit, if a game can't draw you in, what's the point of playing.

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