Confront an ancient evil and uncover your true destiny in Untold History: Descendant of the Sun! You spent your whole life believing that you were an orphan. But one night, your world is changed forever when an unexpected visitor arrives with a startling revelation – you are the fabled Descendant of the Sun, rightful heir to the most powerful artifact in the world! But as you set out to retrieve it, you find yourself confronted by an ancient evil willing to do anything to get the artifact for itself. Each step of your journey will bring you closer to your true destiny in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game!
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yolanded from lovely places completed game the very nice graphics locations shown do not often see them really beautiful, a few hidden object scenes, well done, my Case Study mini-games are too often difficult and frustrating, of course there is the explanation, but were not for me. Although released in , it has an older feel to it as the graphics were panoramic scenes with multiple hot spots that were close-up views. It is well thought through. Music was unobtrusive and of the style fitting the culture and pleasant to listen to and voiceovers were well done. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hipan from Quest Tale Retold from an Indian Perspective Despite the oxymoronic title, I absolutely loved this game. There is also a BFG walkthrough. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. Puzzles are however, very tricky but in a bad way. Sparkles for HOS were very small also. Thanks for the reviews. If you could also slip some different Adventure games onto the Site, would be awesome! This could of been worked on some more.
While telling her this, he is killed by a man referring to him as "brother" and warns her to stay out of his way. This could of been worked on some more. I went through the reviews and was surprised to see the amount of flak this title has taken. The HOS are just barely interactive and somewhat difficult because of poor graphics. A breath of fresh air and a terrific Father's Day present for true adventure-type loving gamers! Share this:. Just used a couple of hints. Although released in , it has an older feel to it as the graphics were panoramic scenes with multiple hot spots that were close-up views. Really, even if HOPA games aren't your "thing," I'd still suggest downloading the trial just to see these graphics! You play the last minigame [kind of a rubic's cube matching game] and receive the Scroll of Helios and the game ends. The HOPS could be more interactive. The story started off very intriguing but was getting way too "out there" for me when the talking animals started popping up.
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All found by word list and some on the list are interactive. Of course she decides to Maestro: Music from the Void her grandfather's directions and fight this evil. What I will say is - the artwork is really good, the story line is interesting, the games and HOs are doable, th the effort that went into creating the game Unotld obvious. I've played it at my daughter's house a I was babysitting and I enjoyed it. Colors were not as bright as usually seen although the scenes were clear and easy to view. The locales are different, not the kind you'd see in the rest of the HOPA games out here. The book Royal Defense: Invisible Threat from the box in the beginning becomes your journal and you find scrolls throughout the game [some Descdndant be Suj to see unless you know to look for Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies that provide background information about the task at hand and they go into your journal but i did not Descfndant the journal of much help. Puzzles are however, very tricky but in a bad way. The game is not simple, but challenging enough to keep me interested. I don't usually review, but this game deserves kudos, in my opinion. Maybe a cooldown. There is no new style of puzzle but the lush locales, the many different animals, and the cultural differences made the Untold History: Descendant of the Sun enjoyable. Areas with "green" exclamation points are areas where there are things to do. Totally unique in every way for a HOPA.
No complaints here. Most items were easily identified but some were shaped differently from the usual Western Civilization shapes so a little thought was needed. I was blown away by the stunning beauty and various cultures depicted in this game. I was lucky enough to get the Beta sample and was waiting for this game to be available. Story is well developed for the heroine. Music and sound FX are very nice and appropriate for the scenery and setting. I thought this "feature" was great The creatures change position quickly and clicking on the talisman did not always fire. There is also a BFG walkthrough. I really recommend this game even if its challenging. That said, I don't think this is a worthy CE as I missed having achievements and collectibles. Your quest is to find 4 talisman and by the end of the game you'll know what to do. The book received from the box in the beginning becomes your journal and you find scrolls throughout the game [some can be hard to see unless you know to look for them] that provide background information about the task at hand and they go into your journal but i did not find the journal of much help.
Really, even if HOPA games aren't your "thing," I'd still suggest downloading the trial just to see these graphics! Adventure puzzles were fairly typical for these type of games. Any game with a hookah in the first hidden object Frogs vs Storks is okay in my book. I am frankly very bored with stories set in Europe, particularly eastern Europe and Central America. Harder mode takes 2 minutes for a recharge and there are no sparkles. I've played it at my daughter's house a I was babysitting and I enjoyed it. All found by word list and SSun on the list are interactive. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Gorgeous and beautiful environments, with a slow and peaceful pace Available at BFG since
VideoUntold History: Descendant of the Sun Gameplay HD 720p And, now it is and it's better than I thought it was going to be. Totally unique in every way for a HOPA. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hipan from Quest Tale Retold from an Indian Perspective Despite the oxymoronic title, I absolutely loved this game. There are sparkles and black bar tips on both modes. The rotate the rings and repeat sequence with the mole got on my last nerve. The story is good and keeps you interested. When her grandfather shows up, he tells her she is the Chosen One as the last descendant of the Sun Kings and has a destiny to fight evil. The HOPS could be more interactive. Share this:. Thanks, for a job well done! There is a jump map that indicates active tasks, so no wandering around. This may or may not work for you.