Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown

Your curiosity is piqued when your librarian friend shows you an ancient book that seems to have no ending. As you open the book’s pages, a character in the story begs for your help! All at once, you’re swept into his magical kingdom - where a monstrous threat is bent on destruction, but your path is blocked by a mysterious pen re-writing the story. Can you find a way to free the king from his chains, and rid the land of Eldor from danger before the final hourglass runs out?

I did skip a few games rather than play them more than once, but overall I found the game compelling. In this game we have the standard interactive list type, as well as ones where we find so many of a specific item, silhouette type, and then the progressive silhouette where we need to think about what to do next. Too many HO games forget the "Adventure" part of the equation and just keep bouncing back and forth between HO and puzzle. Game play is surprisingly longer than I expected it to be, and the story line is quite intriguing. The sights of Forgotten Books are what we can expect from this developer. There is a great Hint button, and the Strategy Guide also comes in handy. Occasionally, a mysterious hand will draw in some details to change the entire story! Puzzles in Forgotten Books are very creative; most of them are not entirely unique, but provide some appropriate twists to the typical ones and they do not feel out of place. One of the interesting things about this game, and of course it goes with the storyline of an unfinished book, is that a magic pencil appears and changes some scenes as you approach, which I think is very clever and well done. Fun, minigames are a bit different and don't require a PhD in quantum mechanics. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent game. Another game I thought was cute but super easy was bopping the beaver without a gas mask as several beavers pop out of different holes. I loved many things about this game: Story line, mini games not your usual garden variety, beautiful graphics in bright primary colors made moving through each scene a pleasure, you can adjust your setting for hints and skip buttons. Also, as a book lover I gave this extra kudos because it was fun going into some of the classics.

They range from easy to difficult in terms of the level of challenge and some of them even offer you Casual or Hard mode to choose from. There is a great Hint button, and the Strategy Guide also comes in handy. The game has voiceovers and it looks like ERS has completely reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters. I, for one, could not be more pleased! NOTE: If you read faster than the dialogue flows, you can click the box to get to the next exchange. I loved the game and highly recommend it. Sometimes you just know. The Hidden Object Scenes are a mixture of finding 12 golden objects and finding items that match the silhouetted shapes, the scenes are also doubled up. This is the latest attempt from ERS-G to try their hands on a fantasy-themed Hidden Object game, and we have to say that this time it works out pretty well. The graphics are excellent as is to be expected from ERS but the artists have used that misty appearance a bit too much in some scenes. Occasionally, a mysterious hand will draw in some details to change the entire story! It has a diary to remind you of important information, and also a Hint button that recharges at a speed you select.

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Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown

The Delaware St. John: The Seacliff Tragedy has voiceovers and it looks like ERS has completely reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters. Give credit Zumas Revenge the companies that add good sound effects and more than 3 repeating tracks of the same music. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. The only "adorable" thing, that I have noticed, is the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland and he Citadel Arcanes a sophisticated look, the rest of Mad Mouse characters don't move much,neither their mouths do Very creative and amusing! Sometimes you just know. What's great: - special effects and a little animation - voice overs - flawlessly smooth gameplay - unique mini-games fit Dolphin Dice Slots into the gameplay - some spooky sections like the moving hands on the walkway to the castle, which you could easily miss - HOS: good visibility; find a number of similar objects; silhouettes - beautifully conceived and riveting story Book rewrites itself while you're in it, just at the most inopportune time - graphics, artistry and color palettes reminds me of Alice down the rabbit hole - customizable difficulty - hint system with teleport map What's Not So Great: - skippable dialogue if you skip it, you don't get the story and what a shame that is. The book begins when the crown goes missing but the strange thing is that although the book is ancient it appears to be unfinished. Some Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown the minigames were simple and others were more challenging. The Hidden Object Scenes are a mixture of finding 12 golden objects and finding items that match the silhouetted shapes, the scenes are also doubled up. The main game lasted around 4 and a Trade Mania hour for us while the Bonus Chapter lasted around an hour and it is equally well crafted. Share this:. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by auntyrob from Very Enjoyable I really enjoyed this game, with beautiful graphics, great mini games and a good story, I liked the Royal Rabbit too!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by keatyp from Thank you! The artwork is wonderful and contributes a lot to the story. This game fits that bill perfectly. Even though the puzzles in the demo were easy I did find them to be quite entertaining. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. This harkens to some of the Dark Parables and Margraves games, clever, a bit of danger but nothing disgusting. Liev, the King's loyal servant greets you on page one to explain that the Dark Mage, Eldor has imprisoned the King of Torelion and is after the Enchanted Crown! A monster has taken his place in order to obtain the magical crown. BTW, it does get a little weary some for reviewers to berate a game just because THEY were too lazy to push the "OK" button, or that they just want silence while playing the games. Strange things have been happening ever since the book has shown up, even the staff have run away in fear. Will you accept? Puzzles in Forgotten Books are very creative; most of them are not entirely unique, but provide some appropriate twists to the typical ones and they do not feel out of place.

Date published: Mad Mouse 5 out of 5 by carb from Loved It Another game with great graphics. Rated 5 out of 5 by gamefan10 from Very absorbing game This excellent game kept my attention for long periods of time. I loved the game and highly recommend it. Still, every aspect of the game is very well put together which Mall-a-Palooza be the reason that the game Waterscape Solitaire: American Falls more entertaining that we thought it would be. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. So tired of some of the HOGs that have been coming out, all creepy and scary, somewhat disturbing. What's great: - special effects and a little animation - voice overs - flawlessly smooth gameplay - unique mini-games Sparkle Unleashed right into the gameplay - some spooky sections like the moving hands on the Ancient Quest of Saqqarah to the castle, which you could easily miss - HOS: good visibility; find a number of similar objects; silhouettes - beautifully conceived and riveting story Book rewrites itself while you're in it, just at the most inopportune time - graphics, artistry and color palettes reminds me of Alice down the rabbit hole - customizable difficulty - hint system with teleport map What's Not So Great: - Solitaire Beach Season dialogue if you skip it, you don't get the story and what a shame that is. I rate it 4 stars, because it is a decent game, but not a great one well, graphics are worse, then in a Tin Soldier, for example. Strange things have been happening ever since the book has shown up, even the staff have run away in fear. The game has voiceovers and it looks like ERS has completely reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters. The mini games are fairly easy such as anticipating the block that two caterpillars will land on by watching the pattern of their moves. The book begins when the crown goes missing but Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown strange thing is that although the book is ancient it appears to be unfinished. They range from easy to difficult in terms of the level of challenge and some of them even offer you Casual or Hard mode to choose from. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kaytree83 from Nice story, family friendly.


As for the Hidden Object scenes, they come in different formats and can be switched to Puzzle mode at any time. The artwork is lovely and the rabbit character is charming. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by carb from Loved It Another game with great graphics. Unlike a lot of the darker games, this one is also older-kid friendly though possibly a little complex for younger children. Date published: Fun, minigames are a bit different and don't require a PhD in quantum mechanics. Happy Bunny Tails to everyone! I loved the game and highly recommend it. I wish now that I had bought the CE version so I could play more! NOTE: If you read faster than the dialogue flows, you can click the box to get to the next exchange. The game has voiceovers and it looks like ERS has completely reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters. This is the latest attempt from ERS-G to try their hands on a fantasy-themed Hidden Object game, and we have to say that this time it works out pretty well. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. BTW, it does get a little weary some for reviewers to berate a game just because THEY were too lazy to push the "OK" button, or that they just want silence while playing the games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kaytree83 from Nice story, family friendly.

14 thoughts on “Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown

  1. In this game we have the standard interactive list type, as well as ones where we find so many of a specific item, silhouette type, and then the progressive silhouette where we need to think about what to do next. When you open the book you are surprised to see the words "We are dying, will you help us? It has a diary to remind you of important information, and also a Hint button that recharges at a speed you select. I have not noticed any difficulties with tapping on objects, which other games often have. The game has voiceovers and it looks like ERS has completely reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters.

  2. However, upon replaying it a second time I found that I really enjoyed the game and then went ahead and purchased the CE. I loved many things about this game: Story line, mini games not your usual garden variety, beautiful graphics in bright primary colors made moving through each scene a pleasure, you can adjust your setting for hints and skip buttons. So tired of some of the HOGs that have been coming out, all creepy and scary, somewhat disturbing. We find the standard set of tools, a diary that notes your progress through the game as well as an interactive map that shows where we have objectives to complete. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kaytree83 from Nice story, family friendly.

  3. However, upon replaying it a second time I found that I really enjoyed the game and then went ahead and purchased the CE. Share this:. Occasionally, a mysterious hand will draw in some details to change the entire story! When you open the book you are surprised to see the words "We are dying, will you help us? This is the latest attempt from ERS-G to try their hands on a fantasy-themed Hidden Object game, and we have to say that this time it works out pretty well.

  4. Great game, I think this Standard Edition is perfectly fine because I other than a bonus game and collectible paints, this game is exactly the same as the collectors Edition. Give credit to the companies that add good sound effects and more than 3 repeating tracks of the same music. Puzzles in Forgotten Books are very creative; most of them are not entirely unique, but provide some appropriate twists to the typical ones and they do not feel out of place.

  5. The game has a great story, great characters, and enough interesting things to do to keep you very busy. Another game I thought was cute but super easy was bopping the beaver without a gas mask as several beavers pop out of different holes. Unlike a lot of the darker games, this one is also older-kid friendly though possibly a little complex for younger children. Very creative and amusing! I would be playing it and look up to find that a couple of hours had gone by.

  6. I rate it 4 stars, because it is a decent game, but not a great one well, graphics are worse, then in a Tin Soldier, for example. NOTE: If you read faster than the dialogue flows, you can click the box to get to the next exchange. Very creative and amusing! Sometimes you just know. Rated 5 out of 5 by gamefan10 from Very absorbing game This excellent game kept my attention for long periods of time.

  7. Too many HO games forget the "Adventure" part of the equation and just keep bouncing back and forth between HO and puzzle. NOTE: If you read faster than the dialogue flows, you can click the box to get to the next exchange. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent game. Sometimes you just know.

  8. Fun, minigames are a bit different and don't require a PhD in quantum mechanics. One of the interesting things about this game, and of course it goes with the storyline of an unfinished book, is that a magic pencil appears and changes some scenes as you approach, which I think is very clever and well done. King Kelen's mother, Amelia begs you to take the ancient shield after you fix it of course for protection and save her son.

  9. They range from easy to difficult in terms of the level of challenge and some of them even offer you Casual or Hard mode to choose from. I, for one, could not be more pleased! Share this:.

  10. You can switch to a mini game and choose between casual or hard with the goal of building fences on a grid and enclosing the boxes to gain more property than your opponent. More and more games are doing this and I love it. In this game we have the standard interactive list type, as well as ones where we find so many of a specific item, silhouette type, and then the progressive silhouette where we need to think about what to do next.

  11. We find the standard set of tools, a diary that notes your progress through the game as well as an interactive map that shows where we have objectives to complete. As for the Hidden Object scenes, they come in different formats and can be switched to Puzzle mode at any time. I loved the game and highly recommend it.

  12. Another game I thought was cute but super easy was bopping the beaver without a gas mask as several beavers pop out of different holes. However, upon replaying it a second time I found that I really enjoyed the game and then went ahead and purchased the CE. It's relaxing and enjoyable. This is just a lazy way some companies use to churn out quantity with no quality or story line. Great game!

  13. The artwork is lovely and the rabbit character is charming. When I want to skip, I don't want to wait! The mini games are fairly easy such as anticipating the block that two caterpillars will land on by watching the pattern of their moves. When you open the book you are surprised to see the words "We are dying, will you help us?

  14. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by auntyrob from Very Enjoyable I really enjoyed this game, with beautiful graphics, great mini games and a good story, I liked the Royal Rabbit too! Of course there are a few, who always have something negative to say about not only ERS games but HOPA games in general, and they are entitled to express their opinions as well, but something about the game caught my fancy and I found it to be very good and entertaining. King Kelen's mother, Amelia begs you to take the ancient shield after you fix it of course for protection and save her son.

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