Amaranthine Voyage: The Shadow of Torment

From Eipix, the studio who brought you Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond, presents another Amaranthine Voyage! Long ago, Anther was a realm of beauty and magic, but the appearance of a being named Torment drained their magic and forced the survivors to flee to a world called Earth. Years later, one of their artifacts has been uncovered, reopening the way between both worlds. You must enter the portal and stop Torment before it turns its sights toward Earth. An ancient prophecy declares that you will be the one to save both worlds, but will it come true? Find out in this breathtaking Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

Puzzles were not difficult, but some were different and a little challenging. Click the padlock at the top of the inventory bar to lock it in place. You don't need to have played the 2 previous games in this series to enjoy this one. Interactive Map — use the Map to quickly move between scenes. Most times I just wanted to stop and look around at everything. The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly silhouetted shape matches with the final item being a brief description of that particular item. No detail is ignored. Sunbeams shine through clouds and intersect the landscape. We enter the Anther world and this is where the fun starts. The hint recharged fairly quickly. Love it! One must congratulate Eirix - they have lived up to their name - and created another world. There is a Bubble Shoot game alternative that is similar to Tumblebugs, where you have a cannon that shoots bubbles of different colors right click to swap to a different color and you shoot the bubble at a moving line of bubbles in order to make a match of at least 3 of the same colored bubbles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LogieBaby from at long last That is a major plus for me.

I especially enjoyed the poetry, which is often not encountered in the typical HO game, and makes it a notch superior to the usual mundane dialogue and narrative seen in this game genre. This series certainly provides the player with top notch fantasy without resorting to cute creatures and goblins, trolls, etc. I suffer from depression. Click here if you're stuck. The hints were very helpful. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. But that just made me want to keep playing to see what was next. The map itself is the interactive transporter type that I like since it is often one of my most helpful tools. Graphics are stunning. Background graphics are majestic and fanciful, evoking a civilization based on magic rather than technology. I believe this one will appeal to all levels of players. This one gets them…all five. The puzzles are interesting and I even encountered one that was different from what we normally find.


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It's refreshing to have so many HOS in this game. Craft -man - ship of this game is unbelievable. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grammakk from this is my stuff Merely picking up an item is rare. There is a bubble popper alternative. You also have 17 morphing objects to find in the HOPs. You find a journal but don't use it as normal fare. I also recommend the first two games in the series, although they're not necessary for cohesion. So many of the hidden Youda Fairy games are based on sad events. This is a game I played when it first came out which was a while ago because I finished the first demo and still had time left, so I went back in using another profile and played again. The hint is helpful in that it will transport us to the area where something is to be done. HOS are varied, with interaction, and staggered into stages. I played the previous Amaranthine Voyage games but this excels beyond anything I played before. Of note, in the bonuses.

You find other parts and pieces in the game that provide you with pieces of the story as you go along. Some are in places that you wouldn't expect. Voiceovers are professional, and environmental sounds are incredibly prolific and aid in immersion. If you would rather not complete the HO scenes, you have the option of switching to a bubble-shooter game but once the items are found you still must answer the riddle to progress. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Oh yes, gotta have it! I'm glad I did! However, other forces are also working against you, as Anther is not the idyllic paradise it appears to be, and you must uncover both allies and foes along the way. Needless to say, you get your CE money's worth. This is a great game to relax to. Sunbeams shine through clouds and intersect the landscape. Challenge was a good mix with some very straightforward puzzles and others including HOSs really very challenging. Fast download and smooth play. In the lengthy bonus game, you play Victoria, lost in the interface between realities. And it is not 'dark'.

I believe this one will appeal to all levels of players. There is a Bubble Shoot game alternative that is similar to Tumblebugs, where you have a Queens Garden Halloween that shoots bubbles of different colors right click to swap to a different color and you shoot the bubble at a moving line of bubbles in order to Lucky Luke: Transcontinental Railroad a match of at least 3 of the same colored bubbles. There Shafow combinations of hidden object segments such as finding a named item or seeking somewhat silhouetted objects. And it is not 'dark'. Early in the game we will find a map that is set up a bit differently than those normally found. Windows 7 Highly recommended for a trial! Eipix has the bar up high. The hint is helpful in that it will transport us to the area where something is to Snadow done. It turns out that Amelia the historian is actually from Anther.


The only collectibles I found were the 41 flowers of remembrance, which were not too difficult to find. As for re-play value, I'd put it at the top of the list. There is a prophecy in this world that one day a kind savior will use the Wayfarer's Pearl to enter the portal and save the people of Anther from the darkness that has consumed their world. Many of the games are gloomy. As I mentioned earlier, after a large amount of dud games IMO Amaranthine gives the player something to marvel at and set one's teeth into. Some were the standard word HOP and others were silhouettes. Oh, and BTW, no issues or glitches for me. And the developer's portfolio includes wallpapers, music, movies, pictures showing you the cast alongside the characters they played, and a terrific "making of" movie. After you finish the bonus chapter, be sure to check out the Souveneres sp? ENJOY thank you big fish for a game worth my time If there's an opportunity for a puzzle, mini-game, or HO scene, there is one. You're back in your role as Professor Burns, the female Indiana Jones sans whip, avec bow. No, the story isn't new, but I found this game to be extremely well done, fun and interesting.

5 thoughts on “Amaranthine Voyage: The Shadow of Torment

  1. As a shard is inserted into the orb there is a mini-puzzle to complete to activate it. Interactive Map — use the Map to quickly move between scenes. And, if you watch the credits and "making of" movie, you know they have a lot of fun doing it.

  2. Along with collectibles and achievements we have a bonus chapter, the SG and various other frills to entice us to purchase the CE. Of note, in the bonuses. Rated 5 out of 5 by Taintedfury from Amaranthine Voyage: The Shadow of Torment Great story with fantastic scenery and pictures, heaps of puzzles to keep you busy. Interaction with the flora and fauna initiates animation. For those uninitiated in the series, it is not necessary to have played the prior games as they all stand alone.

  3. Apparently there is a bonus chapter, so I'm leaning towards longer gameplay with this one. Hi all. Some are in places that you wouldn't expect. The graphics are pretty good and the movements are believable. And there's a souvenir room, filled by finding an item in each scene.

  4. No detail is ignored. Graphics are excellent, with a lot of special effects to imbue the magical kingdom of Anther. There is a pocket on the right side of the map with pull out cards that contain information on the current objective. The legend will help you decipher which scenes are unlocked and which still have tasks you need to complete.

  5. As for the morphing objects, you can probably go back into the Objects and re-do them all to find them, but I didn't do that one. Burns is back and in this Amaranthine Voyage she is with an archaeological group that gets into trouble at an excavation site. The HOS are filled with interactive objects and finish with a riddle love it.

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