Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. After several centuries of peace, a terrible new evil threatens the Lost Lands! Rumors are spreading of four mysterious horsemen cutting a path of terror throughout the land. They burn villages, freeze the water, and bring darkness wherever they go. The horsemen are after a key that will allow them to control parallel worlds, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. As the champion of the Lost Lands, you're the only one brave enough to face them... but can you track them down and stop them in time? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! See what our Beta testers had to say: "This game is going to set the standard for all future games. I cannot believe the quality of the work that went into making it!" - Lynn, Beta Tester "Totally loved it, and since I now know that it is a sequel I will be ordering the original! The graphics, the audio, everything was very enjoyable!" –Edith, Beta Tester This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector's Edition includes:

The Mini Games outside of the HOS were fairly easy such as arranging monks so that their hands form a closed energy chain. As the champion of the Lost Lands, you're the only one brave enough to face them You need it. These are fairly easy to do and don't take long. I cannot believe the quality of the work that went into making it! There are so many lands to visit and things to do and it certainly is one of the longest games I've played. Hate linear games. Had a nice mix of Hidden Object and mini-games. There is just so much to say. The horsemen are after a key that will allow them to control parallel worlds, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. If you like to think, you will like this format. It is most helpful and really necessary both because of the portals and the high degree of back and forth travel that is required. You do not have to travel in a predetermined line to reach your goals. And each scene has the added mental challenge of a puzzle. I played this game for multiple hours over two days.

I played it over the course of three days and I think it took me about 8 hours total to get through. Rumors are spreading of four mysterious horsemen cutting a path of terror throughout the land. Non-Linear Gameplay - This I love. You must travel through an interdimensional corridor which links the Forgotten Lands with parallel worlds, to find the Compass of the Worlds, before the Horseman of Fire locates the compass. This is more of an adventure game than a hidden object game. You must also locate 35 missing parts of Maarons' Magic Machine, he's supposed to be a hermit but those parts certainly made their way around the Forgotten Lands! Find one item to use to find another item, etc. Latter were fairly easy but some did require paying attention to detail. I highly recommend that you invite The Four Horsemen into your "stable" of games. This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Features at a Regular Price - There are "collection" features including the accumulation of scrolls which give information on various characters you will encounter along the way. If you like to think, you will like this format.

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Great job!! Extremely Enjoyable! See what our Beta testers had to say: "This game is going to set the standard for all future games. Each scene involves finding a few objects in the scene, using them to release other objects, and ending with the tool or piece to need to travel on. There is just so much to say. I highly recommend that you invite The Four Horsemen into your "stable" of games. Rated 5 out of 5 by annieliz1 from Revived my face in HO games I had all but given up on finding a HO game that held my interest both in storyline and challenges. No doe-eyed characters, giant shiny purple plants, cutsie sidekicks or other cartoonish creations. Everywhere is quite cluttered, so you do have to look carefully. Find one item to use to find another item, etc. Beautiful graphics!!! Had a nice mix of Hidden Object and mini-games. The developers have managed to make these interesting while keeping them uncluttered.

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The palette consists of a broad spectrum, and the different worlds differ more in style than they do in color or hue. Many of the hidden object scenes are the silhouette type, and some of those are progressive as well. Hope the developers produce another. He has foreseen the coming of the Black Horseman of Fire and asked the gods to send him the Chosen one, and you're the right man, er woman for the job! The map indicates multiple simultaneous options you can Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen Collectors Edition at any time, not just "future" options where you do not have the tools Alicia Quatermain 3: The Mystery of the Flaming Gold Collectors Edition to complete that scene. Another familiar favorite was Song of Season two circles to rotate picture tokens to the correct place, using the background images as clues. There are so many lands to visit and things to do and it certainly is one of the longest games I've played. Voice overs were fine. The horsemen are after a key that will allow them to control parallel worlds, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. So do you get the Collectors Edition or the Single Edition? The storyline is a pure delight, with many characters and gorgeous images. Fantasy and magic are not one of my favorite genres, however, this game is so expansive and done so well that you do not feel contrived elements anywhere along the game. The different characters that you'll Antique Road Trip USA and interact with along the way also help to hold your interest. The mini-games I enjoyed. Happy playing fishies.

The puzzles are well designed and not too difficult, though some may take a little persistence - isn't that why we call them puzzles? I would definitely recommend this game. Date published: Once you have opened an area, you can choose variations of how you want to proceed and jump back and forth. Many of the hidden object scenes are the silhouette type, and some of those are progressive as well. The Mini Games outside of the HOS were fairly easy such as arranging monks so that their hands form a closed energy chain. The demo is just the start. The different characters that you'll meet and interact with along the way also help to hold your interest. Features at a Regular Price - There are "collection" features including the accumulation of scrolls which give information on various characters you will encounter along the way. They burn villages, freeze the water, and bring darkness wherever they go. But that didn't bother me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Here We Go Again Jimmy's mom has once again been whisked off to the Lost Lands, this time she has been summoned by Maaron, a powerful alchemist. Took me two days to finish; however, I don't sit at the computer non-stop : Enjoyed this one so much that I will look at the previous game. The map indicates multiple simultaneous options you can do at any time, not just "future" options where you do not have the tools yet to complete that scene.

In the Bonus you play Falnor the dwarf and how you meet up with Mom to help her. Sound and music is very good and I kept it loud the whole time. I actually kept the music ON in this one - very nice. This game really is worth its weight in gold. The demo is just the start. The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly Sparkle 2, progressive silhouetted shapes where you find one item that matches the silhouette and use that item in the scene to expose the next item and so forth. Advanced HOS - None of your sparkling scenes of static objects recycled through the game. You can tell the developers took a long time to make this game and a lot of thought and effort has been taken. That aside, the play and story are fairly reasonable in this setting. Once you have opened an area, you can choose variations of how you want to proceed and jump back and forth. The Collectors Edition is jammed pack with goodies. So, if you Mahjong Match a great long story, wonderful graphics, sound and music and feel like 2D Mahjong Temple adventure, this game is definitely for you.


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  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by TrinnyGamer from Should be rewarded 7 stars Original, different, fun puzzles. Shadow outlines and interactive objects on the Hidden Object portion made this very enjoyable. I played this game for multiple hours over two days. The bonus game is about an hour of additional play, and is a separate story involving a couple of the characters from the main story.

  2. Once you have opened an area, you can choose variations of how you want to proceed and jump back and forth. This really is a huge game with lots of locations, so you may be using the interactive map quite a bit. This is one of the best purchases I have made. This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. When I first saw the introduction I was a bit concerned with the graphics, but once the game started it was all perfect.

  3. The storyline is a pure delight, with many characters and gorgeous images. This proves a great game can be made even when using borrowed elements. Hate linear games. Animation scenes are well designed, and you should not skip it, as it explained your journey in the lost lands. There are so many lands to visit and things to do and it certainly is one of the longest games I've played.

  4. This is not a three to four hour game. The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly interactive, progressive silhouetted shapes where you find one item that matches the silhouette and use that item in the scene to expose the next item and so forth. Each scene involves finding a few objects in the scene, using them to release other objects, and ending with the tool or piece to need to travel on. I cannot believe the quality of the work that went into making it!

  5. See what our Beta testers had to say: "This game is going to set the standard for all future games. So do you get the Collectors Edition or the Single Edition? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! There are so many lands to visit and things to do and it certainly is one of the longest games I've played.

  6. There is plenty of colour is some scenes and underground it is more darker and grayer. Everywhere is quite cluttered, so you do have to look carefully. Graphics - The game graphics are the perfect blend of realism portraying a fantasy world. These are fairly easy to do and don't take long.

  7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Here We Go Again Jimmy's mom has once again been whisked off to the Lost Lands, this time she has been summoned by Maaron, a powerful alchemist. Took me two days to finish; however, I don't sit at the computer non-stop : Enjoyed this one so much that I will look at the previous game. Great job!! So do you get the Collectors Edition or the Single Edition? This one is the contrary.

  8. This game is in a league all it's own. There were even little mini-games in them as well, which were good fun. This one is the contrary. I cannot believe the quality of the work that went into making it! It is hard to believe it is not a Collector's Edition.

  9. Graphics - The game graphics are the perfect blend of realism portraying a fantasy world. So do you get the Collectors Edition or the Single Edition? Find one item to use to find another item, etc.

  10. Huge game. Graphics - The game graphics are the perfect blend of realism portraying a fantasy world. Animation scenes are well designed, and you should not skip it, as it explained your journey in the lost lands.

  11. The horsemen are after a key that will allow them to control parallel worlds, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. You're going to love the fact that most HOS have puzzles and mini games to complete as well. So do you get the Collectors Edition or the Single Edition?

  12. And each scene has the added mental challenge of a puzzle. The complaints I saw indicated that those persons like their comfort zone. It is hard to believe it is not a Collector's Edition. This game is in a league all it's own.

  13. The main game is a good length, I estimate six to seven hours, and the story keeps it's interest until the end without being too complex. The strategy guide- clickable scene map under hint button is truly awesome, making this so much more enjoyable to play Glowing green circles which take's you instantly to a scene to use an Inventory item, you picked up earlier. Areas may have multiple exits where you can choose to take the one you just opened or work on opening the other and going that way.

  14. Many of the hidden object scenes are the silhouette type, and some of those are progressive as well. Also enjoyed the "logical" game play. There is a lot of detail in each scene, so be very active in exploring. It's a challenging game, and hopefully, there's a map to jump from a place to another, otherwise, you would be completely lost!

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