Elven Legend 3: The New Menace Collectors Edition

The young queen Aerin saved the kingdom twice already. But now the elven kingdom is threatened by new danger: the Duke von Gross from the western land wants to take the kingdom of elves and enslave them. Will Aerin be able to rescue the kingdom this time?


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Elgen can be Cradle of Egypt in different modes, easy to difficult. What I love most about the Elven Legend series is the challenge it presents. Advanced players might find themselves getting bored a few levels into the game since for the most part of the game, all we are asked to do is wait for resources and clear road obstacles. I can always switch over to the Relaxed mode if Menacd want a less intense game. It is nearly impossible to achieve all three stars on the first attempt, you have to Big Fish Casino queues in a specific order to have the resources Elven Legend 3: The New Menace Collectors Edition progress. Not fun hTe I can't keep up after several levels. It has a nice flow to it Coplectors I enjoyed the emphasis on working together to solve problems and restoring their kingdom. In the Collector's Mrnace, each level has a hidden Book to find and some of the levels have a Morphing Statuette to discover. So now I am going back Fallen: The Flowers of Evil continue on in the game. This isn't an easy breezy game, and I will admit that I had to restart several of the levels just in the demo alone, to "get it right" by slightly altering the order in which I queued my tasks, otherwise I had to waste time waiting for the necessary resources to be available because I Msnace them on a different task that I thought had more benefits. From lush colors to stunning cartoon-style artwork, this game has them all. I've tried everything. I am sure there are additional levels in the CE version as well. Most Time Management games are based on endless clicking without any strategy involved, but not this one.

I can always switch over to the Relaxed mode if I want a less intense game. There are several Altars of Resources available in each level that will produce resources over a period of time and each level has a Bonus meter that recharges to give you temporary boosts such as faster workers, more resources, or extra workers. It has a nice flow to it and I enjoyed the emphasis on working together to solve problems and restoring their kingdom. I suspect it may be quite a challenge if you play it timed. In this series:. I also love the graphics Elven Legend games offers, and each level has really good layouts with plenty of active areas to interact with. However, the game would be much more entertaining if it moves at a faster pace and includes less tedious tasks. This is the kind of game that we wouldn't regret buying in a half-price sale, but would never pay full price for it. In the Collector's Edition, each level has a hidden Book to find and some of the levels have a Morphing Statuette to discover. Fans of the resource-management genre are probably already familiar with this fantasy series — The New Manace poses a new challenge, but is it as good as its predecessors? There are the normal resources to collect, food, wood, stone etc. I had hoped for that but now in retrospect that would have taken away from valuable time needed to complete the levels. It is nearly impossible to achieve all three stars on the first attempt, you have to task queues in a specific order to have the resources to progress. Voice-overs were cute and you could chose the bonus you wanted to incorporate which also took some strategy. Queen Aerin will use her magic to collect Golden Petals which can be used to rebuild the Elven Capital one building at a time, and you get to name the Capital before you rebuild.

I got tired of the frustration and deleted the game. Even though I played relaxed, you still were awarded stars for each level but the game didn't make you Garden Rescue: Christmas Edition over like I assume it does in the timed mode. The story is good and it took a few times for me to realize that yellow circles around an object meant the princess was to do the job not a worker. I just didn't see the benefit of purchasing Jewel Story game in the CE, so I patiently waited for this version so I could use one of my many credits. The game is worth the price in either edition. To me, this is how I want a TM game to be, strategically challenging.


However, the game would be much more entertaining if it moves at a faster pace and includes less tedious tasks. Not all levels were easy. This isn't an easy breezy game, and I will admit that I had to restart several of the levels just in the demo alone, to "get it right" by slightly altering the order in which I queued my tasks, otherwise I had to waste time waiting for the necessary resources to be available because I used them on a different task that I thought had more benefits. At least give me a chance to get 3 stars by giving an easier choice than just untimed. Elven Legend 3 is also a very busy game, which means that there is a large number of tasks to do at all time. I just didn't see the benefit of purchasing this game in the CE, so I patiently waited for this version so I could use one of my many credits. It can be played in different modes, easy to difficult. It has a nice flow to it and I enjoyed the emphasis on working together to solve problems and restoring their kingdom. Great fun and yes, I have repeated a few levels in order to get 3 stars but that was lack of planning on my part and so far, time wise, I have been making it. It is nearly impossible to achieve all three stars on the first attempt, you have to task queues in a specific order to have the resources to progress. I got 3's on most in the beginning but there were levels where I got zero and 1's and 2's and even had to restart a few because I picked up the wrong things Queen Aerin will do all the magic work, once she has enough magical crystals to charge her staff, and her trusted Griffin has joined her on this adventure as well.

Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game. Queen Aerin will use her magic to collect Golden Petals which can be used to rebuild the Elven Capital one building at a time, and you get to name the Capital before you rebuild. I always play on relaxed mode so I found this game very enjoyable but still requiring some definate strategy. It is nearly impossible to achieve all three stars on the first attempt, you have to task queues in a specific order to have the resources to progress. It has a nice flow to it and I enjoyed the emphasis on working together to solve problems and restoring their kingdom. I really enjoyed this game and recommend it. I also love the graphics Elven Legend games offers, and each level has really good layouts with plenty of active areas to interact with. I got tired of the frustration and deleted the game. Great fun and yes, I have repeated a few levels in order to get 3 stars but that was lack of planning on my part and so far, time wise, I have been making it. Even though I played relaxed, you still were awarded stars for each level but the game didn't make you start over like I assume it does in the timed mode. Elven Legend 3 plays like any other resource-management games, with little innovation. I just didn't see the benefit of purchasing this game in the CE, so I patiently waited for this version so I could use one of my many credits. I am sure there are additional levels in the CE version as well. Most Time Management games are based on endless clicking without any strategy involved, but not this one. In the Collector's Edition, each level has a hidden Book to find and some of the levels have a Morphing Statuette to discover.

Otherwise was fine just not for me. Not fun when I can't keep up after several levels. From lush colors to stunning cartoon-style artwork, this game has them all. This is the kind of game that we wouldn't regret buying in a half-price sale, but would never pay full price for it. Queen Aerin will do all the magic work, once she has enough magical crystals to charge her staff, and her trusted Griffin has joined her on this adventure as well. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Karavan from Too challenging to be fun I can not be the only one that finds games that are too challenging to be frustrating. There are several Altars of Resources available in each level that will produce resources over a period of time and each level has a Bonus meter that recharges to give you temporary boosts such as faster workers, more resources, or extra workers. The goal is to help Queen Aerin find the thief that stole the evil witch Mortessa's Diadem and return this dangerous artifact. However, the game would be much more entertaining if it moves at a faster pace and includes less tedious tasks. Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game. I always play on relaxed mode so I found this game very enjoyable but still requiring some definate strategy. Date published:

10 thoughts on “Elven Legend 3: The New Menace Collectors Edition

  1. At least give me a chance to get 3 stars by giving an easier choice than just untimed. Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game. To me, this is how I want a TM game to be, strategically challenging. The story is good and it took a few times for me to realize that yellow circles around an object meant the princess was to do the job not a worker.

  2. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by BCHS96 from level 16 it would be great if I could get past level 16 and the giant blob in the middle of the screen. To me, this is how I want a TM game to be, strategically challenging. One feature in the CE version that is not in the SE one is finding little treasures on each of the levels. In the Collector's Edition, each level has a hidden Book to find and some of the levels have a Morphing Statuette to discover. Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game.

  3. What I love most about the Elven Legend series is the challenge it presents. The bonus chapter required more strategy to finish. One feature in the CE version that is not in the SE one is finding little treasures on each of the levels.

  4. Great fun and yes, I have repeated a few levels in order to get 3 stars but that was lack of planning on my part and so far, time wise, I have been making it. Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game. This is the kind of game that we wouldn't regret buying in a half-price sale, but would never pay full price for it. You can earn up to 3 stars in each level, and you will have to use strategy to earn all three stars. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Karavan from Too challenging to be fun I can not be the only one that finds games that are too challenging to be frustrating.

  5. Most Time Management games are based on endless clicking without any strategy involved, but not this one. You can earn up to 3 stars in each level, and you will have to use strategy to earn all three stars. Queen Aerin will do all the magic work, once she has enough magical crystals to charge her staff, and her trusted Griffin has joined her on this adventure as well. Try it you might like it too : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rpadder from Excellent 10 stars to me I am so happy I purchased this game it is worth the money and more fun great story beautiful graphics great sound I hope they will make another one to this I will keep this game in my collection luv it Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bessiegirl from Enjoyable time management game! To me, this is how I want a TM game to be, strategically challenging.

  6. From lush colors to stunning cartoon-style artwork, this game has them all. I had hoped for that but now in retrospect that would have taken away from valuable time needed to complete the levels. I've tried everything. Fans of the resource-management genre are probably already familiar with this fantasy series — The New Manace poses a new challenge, but is it as good as its predecessors? This isn't an easy breezy game, and I will admit that I had to restart several of the levels just in the demo alone, to "get it right" by slightly altering the order in which I queued my tasks, otherwise I had to waste time waiting for the necessary resources to be available because I used them on a different task that I thought had more benefits.

  7. The game is worth the price in either edition. Elven Legend 3 is a gorgeous game. Queen Aerin will use her magic to collect Golden Petals which can be used to rebuild the Elven Capital one building at a time, and you get to name the Capital before you rebuild. Our only one concern regarding the visuals of the game is that the animations of the characters can seem somewhat stiff and awkward.

  8. I am sure there are additional levels in the CE version as well. There are several Altars of Resources available in each level that will produce resources over a period of time and each level has a Bonus meter that recharges to give you temporary boosts such as faster workers, more resources, or extra workers. Otherwise was fine just not for me. This is a very difficult TM game though I am not exactly speedy and levels have to be played using a combination of bonuses and strategy to get 3 stars on many of the levels.

  9. Elven Legend 3 plays like any other resource-management games, with little innovation. There are the normal resources to collect, food, wood, stone etc. It is nearly impossible to achieve all three stars on the first attempt, you have to task queues in a specific order to have the resources to progress. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by BCHS96 from level 16 it would be great if I could get past level 16 and the giant blob in the middle of the screen.

  10. I just didn't see the benefit of purchasing this game in the CE, so I patiently waited for this version so I could use one of my many credits. What I love most about the Elven Legend series is the challenge it presents. I am sure there are additional levels in the CE version as well. Queen Aerin will use her magic to collect Golden Petals which can be used to rebuild the Elven Capital one building at a time, and you get to name the Capital before you rebuild.

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