The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics

You have received a letter from the Elven Prince Eldrin. A huge troll has stolen the kingdom's precious relics and broken them apart – scattering them across the 4 kingdoms. Prince Eldrin is asking for your help in finding his stolen relics. Can you help find them before the Queen returns?

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There are 2 modes of play--Timed The Curse of the Ring Untimed. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Lizard from Far Kingdoms not awake I was really looking forward to a new game from this series. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by slydog from great card game Brilliant way to spend a rainy day another Far Kingdoms excellent game, graphics beautiful, sound quality wonderful. Clear cards and enough of a challenge. The only negative about this feature is that you don't get to choose which upgrade you want, it simply tells you how many crystals are BumbleBee Jewel for the next upgrade, and something shiny is added to the castle or the grounds surrounding them. No fancy stuff and the card backs are not at all attractive. Sometimes you have to put the hammer to the rock several times before it finally breaks. There is only one negative thing I have to say. And I know better than to buy before Magic Haven Purchase first, then select. The Far Kingdom developers really listened to feedback. I expected more depth. I don't know if this Far Kingdoms is easy or difficult, but the 2 game modes can give you the options. Date published: Risen Dragons 5 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from Another winner for The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics Far Kingdoms I was waiting for someone to write a detailed review since that's not my specialty.

The only negative I can see, is The Shop. This is an entertaining Solitaire game, with some really interesting features, hopefully, after the demo, the levels will become more challenging, enjoy! There are more difficult bonus games that allow you to "buy" with the coins you win each level power-ups to use on future levels, but I can't get them to work. You can play the Bonus levels at anytime, to receive Badges or Trophies, another new and unique feature. There is only one negative thing I have to say. But I don't need building or lots of gimmicks and extras. Rich, colorful visuals and a wondrous fantasy soundtrack promise to only enrich your experience. Only buy the jokers- they are only ten gold coins and they are all you need. Overall this is the best Far Kingdoms game ever. I haven't quite figured out all the logistics with this feature, but from what I can tell, the timer keeps ticking, and stops when you end the level, but, it seems that it picks up where you left off. The demo enticed me enough to buy it as I know it will be a quality game and provide endless hours of relaxed enjoyment. Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from Best Far Kingdoms game! Trolling the Kingdom Embark on an epic journey across four kingdoms as you attempt to recover stolen royal relics. You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades.

Most levels have a Crystal Card which can be clicked on once uncovered, and used to Upgrade Tower of Elements Kingdom's during the adventure. But This latest edition is different from the others. So imagine my disappointment in this game, the graphics were so basic, bubble cursor and I felt like the game had reversed directions in the graphics. Only buy the jokers- they are only ten gold coins and they are all you need. It doesn't measure up to the earlier Far Kingdoms games.


Here is a tip for those complaining you don't get enough chests for coins to buy boosters. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by feanas from Cute Game Cute game, no story line but you can improve some buildings. Some levels also have Jokers mixed within the board cards that can be used as a wildcard, and is helpful because some Locked cards require a number specific Combo such as a combo of 8 consecutive cards There are also blocked cards that require you to uncover a tool such as a sword card to cut the vines blocking card groups or a hammer card to break the stone blocked cards. It doesn't make sense for solitaire. I haven't quite figured out all the logistics with this feature, but from what I can tell, the timer keeps ticking, and stops when you end the level, but, it seems that it picks up where you left off. Too much gab and some levels have to be played over and over because of locked cards where you have to get a sequence of cards - number on the locked card - and of course by the time you progress in the level you're down to few cards so can't make a sequence and buying extra cards doesn't help. The demo enticed me enough to buy it as I know it will be a quality game and provide endless hours of relaxed enjoyment. The Far Kingdom developers really listened to feedback. If you replay a level, the clock does NOT reset! Played all levels including Bonus levels. Will also purchase the new Zombie solitaire. So I'm not sure if it resets after 10 levels, a new chapter or what, because to be honest, I kept forgetting to look at the timer. You can play in timed or relaxed format. Therefore can't progress in the game..

The untimed mode locks up all boosters, and this becomes challenging in that each card deck ranges from cards, and if you get a bad hand, you cannot complete the level to earn 3 stars. Good old fun time solitaire!! It doesn't make sense for solitaire. Played all levels including Bonus levels. Why should you ever buy anything but the joker since you only get to use what you buy once. The only negative I can see, is The Shop. Extra little challenges are in the form of locked cards that require a special tool or having to remove a required number of cards in order to progress. Having to play lots of hands to buy one feature sometimes gets tiresome and frustrating to me, so this feature seems to move the game along smoothly and more quickly. Replaying the levels lets me work for that perfect hand each time and collecting trophies is always fun. IF you don't buy a lot of boosters. So I'm not sure if it resets after 10 levels, a new chapter or what, because to be honest, I kept forgetting to look at the timer. And I know better than to buy before trying! In fact, I received perfect scores on the first attempt, for the first 14 levels! It doesn't measure up to the earlier Far Kingdoms games. It doesn't make sense for solitaire.

There is one thing Pennmom36 said that I want to mention in particular since I think it's a bit different from other solitaire games. Therefore can't progress in the game.. Only buy the jokers- they are only ten gold coins and they are all you need. A Quest Befitting Royalty With not one, but two unique gameplay styles, an arsenal of rewards await you on your conquest. Very mundane game. A bit repetitive, but you can play mindlessly while watching TV. The Far Kingdom developers really listened to feedback. Replaying the levels lets me work for that perfect hand each time and collecting trophies is always fun. The helpers, although inexpensive, have to be used immediately after purchase. I enjoyed the demo and look forward to adding Far Kingdoms to my ever-growing solitaire collection with today's sale. It gives very little info to get you started. You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades. You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades.

9 thoughts on “The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics

  1. If you replay a level, the clock does NOT reset! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kore21 from not so easy without boosters i've played all their solitaire offerings, so Here is a tip for those complaining you don't get enough chests for coins to buy boosters. I think this is a terrific feature and one of the main reasons I want to get this game.

  2. The demo enticed me enough to buy it as I know it will be a quality game and provide endless hours of relaxed enjoyment. Coins earned from HOPs allow you to buy boosters. This one lets you replay any level and, thankfully, remove all the cards from board without those special cards that end the game prematurely.

  3. Money chests do not drop very often. This one lets you replay any level and, thankfully, remove all the cards from board without those special cards that end the game prematurely. As you progress, there are obstacles that require special tool cards such as a Sword to cut Vined cards, a Hammer to crush Stone cards, Locked cards that require making a Combo of a specific amount, and Chained cards that require two plays to remove them. There is only one negative thing I have to say. There is only one negative thing I have to say.

  4. I have enjoyed playing the previous games, and have in fact played them more than once. The HOPs repeat themselves, but some objects are camouflaged well. Will also purchase the new Zombie solitaire. A big hooray for levels and of course solitaire always has great replay value. In fact, I received perfect scores on the first attempt, for the first 14 levels!

  5. Clear cards and enough of a challenge. But it was 4am, maybe my brain just needed a little kick-start to think more clearly. Good old fun time solitaire!! A big hooray for levels and of course solitaire always has great replay value.

  6. Levels also result in relic parts. I think this is a terrific feature and one of the main reasons I want to get this game. Power ups are okay but to equip them may be a tad confusing. Other then this the game wasn't too bad..

  7. The HOPs repeat themselves, but some objects are camouflaged well. A nice great game to veggitate with!!! You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades.

  8. The HOPs repeat themselves, but some objects are camouflaged well. It doesn't make sense for solitaire. You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades. I think most of us like to save them for those upcoming emergencies. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kore21 from not so easy without boosters i've played all their solitaire offerings, so

  9. I have purchased every game in this series, and they are all entertaining, so I'm going to go with my gut instinct and assume that this game will become more challenging as I progress. Overall this is the best Far Kingdoms game ever. You can earn up to 3 Stars, and there are 10 Trophies to earn. God Bless

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