Treasure Seekers: The Time Has Come Collectors Edition

The time has come for Nelly and Tom to stop a potential catastrophe and save the world in Treasure Seekers: The Time has Come! With new powerful devices, such as the Ring of Time and the X-Glass, Nelly and Tom must go on their most exciting adventure yet! Is Totenkraft really as evil as they previously thought? Find out in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

I got stuck once even with the hint function until I found a HO scene. Find out in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Laflamme from Get your kidnapped sister back The time travel was confusing, and I had to go to the walkthrough several times to figure out what I was missing, particularly when all the hint button would tell me was that I needed to be in another time period. You may give a first impression, but nothing more before this. The fourth installment, The Time Has Come, is rather topical, being based on the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world. The Enchanted Canvases seamlessly integrated hidden object searches, inventory management and logic puzzles with an engaging story, superb production quality and lengthy, tight gameplay, establishing itself among the pioneers of casual adventures. We left off when Totenkraft first escaped into another time period and then stole an artifact out of a museum. Game play is traditional Treasure Seekers fare, with Artogon's lovely "container items" filling out a good portion of the puzzles. Hopefully, the next issue in this series will show some improvement. Here I not long ago bought the collector's edition will replay to play a bonus level. In order to get it to work, you must find half a dozen parts scattered throughout the scene. Switch between two time periods so you can investigate events and affect things in the future from the past, all by using a magical ring.

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The puzzles weren't too difficult and could have been more difficult. But he chips away diligently at crumbling plaster and choked chimneys, flitting between the past, present and future with dizzying alacrity using a magical ring. If you liked any of them, you will like this one as they are very similar in style. The first 3 games take place in the s. The second is the need to perform actions like moving aside curtains and opening boxes to find items or meet certain requirements. The Bad: - confusing story - like I said above, time travel can become confusing usually tasks tell you which time period to go to - as opposed to earlier games there is now a twirly cursor after too many wrong clicks Bonus Content: good length compared to the game - help the siblings and Totenkraft escape a parallel dimension; you are playing with all three characters. With so many other great games out there this one just isn't worth any money. Apart from servicing container items, the rest of the puzzles in Treasure Seekers focus on solving basic tasks using a few items from nearby areas. It's simple, it's intuitive, and it looks great in the game. The ancient Mayans predicted the end of the world would happen in , and in this game, you can help prevent that from happening. Maybe it's also due to the fact that those games are becoming shorter and shorter. Now he kidnapped your sister.


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Both the easy and advanced modes have a rechargeable hint option which gives you further assistance if needed. And the graphics are beautiful, it does not require a powerful computer. The Neutral: o So there we have it, the 4th installment of the Treasure Seekers series. Find out in Battle Slots incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Glad you like it Rebeca Lily, have fun. The extra chapter added to the SE for the CE did not justify the difference in cost. Its watershed year waswhen the sequel was Chase for Adventure: The Lost City. The fourth installment, The Time Has Come, is rather topical, being based on the Christmasjong prophecy of the end of the world. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by punkypoo66 from challenging and fun hidden object game! Hopefully, the next issue in this series will show some improvement. Great selection of games on here. Rebeca Lily could have gone a lot further into the game and there could be a glitch further on.

Find out in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! The game left me somehow cold, I enjoyed the others more. Click on the generator and a round menu opens up with each item displayed as a slightly blurry icon. Nice ratio of HOS and puzzles. New stuff: A time travel ring - which can be confusing. The former features a faster hint timer and the above mentioned white sparkles, while the latter is a bit more difficult. It allows players to roam a limbo-like alternate universe as the three key characters, and as the world reshapes itself around them to reflect their professions, they must work in turn and in sync to escape it. It's simple, it's intuitive, and it looks great in the game. Music was appropriate to the scenes. And I'm an impatient player, so I don't spend a lot of time trying to find the last couple of objects. Although the premise is the same as the earlier games searching for the Holy Grail , it is a very good and enjoyable game. But of course, everyone has his own way to look at. Um, need tomatoes for the soup — I mean, the sacrifice? Find the item, drag it to the generator, and you've filled in a slot!

Music was appropriate to the scenes. The Neutral: o In these games, simple story, but the gameplay is very good, interesting. The ancient Mayans predicted the end of the world would happen inand in this game, you can help prevent that from happening. There is a built-in detailed strategy guide if needed. Besides breaking the monotony of object searches, it moves the story Monument Builders: Eiffel Tower by revealing mission-critical items that require toggling between the past and the present. There are a couple of interesting Orchard to the basic formula, however. Click on the generator and a round menu opens up with each item displayed as a slightly blurry icon. You will find inventory either through HOS or as stand-alone findings.


There is a built-in detailed strategy guide if needed. Music was appropriate to the scenes. But of course, everyone has his own way to look at. My personal opinion - before writing in a forum to say: To have more less opinion, one should at least finish the demo and not minutes. My recommendation is to grab the normal version, the bonus content of the CE is not worth the full purchase price. If you liked any of them, you will like this one as they are very similar in style. The few standalone puzzles are extremely simple for the most part, though any can be skipped. Me at least do hope, that my reviews will help with the desicion to buy or not buy or even: to try the download or not , to see, what that specific game is about. Consequently you are not playing her until the bonus content. New stuff: A time travel ring - which can be confusing. You will find inventory either through HOS or as stand-alone findings. The second is the need to perform actions like moving aside curtains and opening boxes to find items or meet certain requirements. There is also repeated hacking at foliage, brushing off dust and hammering things, not to mention tapping an egg several times to crack it.

7 thoughts on “Treasure Seekers: The Time Has Come Collectors Edition

  1. The game left me somehow cold, I enjoyed the others more. Consequently you are not playing her until the bonus content. Both the easy and advanced modes have a rechargeable hint option which gives you further assistance if needed.

  2. Apart from servicing container items, the rest of the puzzles in Treasure Seekers focus on solving basic tasks using a few items from nearby areas. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by punkypoo66 from challenging and fun hidden object game! I really enjoyed the graphics on this game!

  3. Artogon's Treasure Seekers series, featuring the brother-sister duo of Tom and Eleanor aka Nelly Lonsdale, debuted as a hidden object game sprinkled with a few puzzles. Date published: A lot of us Comment and review on the demo, no matter how far we get in the game. The second is the need to perform actions like moving aside curtains and opening boxes to find items or meet certain requirements. For me, it was challenging and a lot of fun.

  4. These games I'm very much replay. Me at least do hope, that my reviews will help with the desicion to buy or not buy or even: to try the download or not , to see, what that specific game is about. Here I not long ago bought the collector's edition will replay to play a bonus level.

  5. Casual mode offers very little challenge, but it's great if you're only interested in kicking back and having a good time. I don't like having to refer to the walk through, as you have to exit the game to get to it, and it stops your rhythm. It allows players to roam a limbo-like alternate universe as the three key characters, and as the world reshapes itself around them to reflect their professions, they must work in turn and in sync to escape it. The second is the need to perform actions like moving aside curtains and opening boxes to find items or meet certain requirements. I do prefer some of the earlier games, but am looking forward to the next treasure seekers.

  6. These games I'm very much replay. Not only are the container items interesting, but the games focus on a pair of siblings and their adventures, telling a good story that shows surprising continuity between sequels. It's simple, it's intuitive, and it looks great in the game. Bottom Line: There is an "interesting" twist in the storyline, which makes the game very confusing in the series context. I love all the parts of the game.

  7. With new powerful devices, such as the Ring of Time and the X-Glass, Nelly and Tom must go on their most exciting adventure yet! The villain and some of the plot points come across as a bit contrived gotta appreciate Totenkraft's sense of style, though! Although the premise is the same as the earlier games searching for the Holy Grail , it is a very good and enjoyable game. The fourth installment, The Time Has Come, is rather topical, being based on the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world.

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