The gates to another world will open soon! You can stop the impending disaster - if you track down the stolen runes! Vanessa is the only heiress of Abraham Van Helsinga, a member of the secret order of light guarding world peace. And now she has to find the stolen runes that were sealed inside the gate, behind which lurks an ancient evil. 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:Play the hidden object scene to the left of the well. Look at the box on the table. The graphics were amazing, the music was beautiful and I am even thrilled with the pointer which is one of the best I have ever seen. Fifteen message containers can be found during the game and added to the cylinder for later review. The graphics in this game are also stunning! You will understand as soon as you play, so why wait? Go down twice and forward three times to return to the temple. Go to the Wine cellar. Pick up the KEY by the feet of the statues. Everything about Stolen Runes is extraordinary especially when gamers enjoy a refreshing challenge! Take the egg and put it in the bowl aqua. Puzzles may be skipped once the skip button has charged.
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I'm a slow player. I have never seen a game with such an engrossing story line and such unbelievable attention to detail. One last time: I've never played a game like this before. Climb up the ladder. Go down and follow the lower path. Go down twice and forward three times. Pick up the cloth for a cutscene. Follow Collectrs yellow arrows to trace the triangle. Look at the box on the table. Zoom in on the rock pedestal. Note the two center books have edges along the Heart of Moon: The Mask of Seasons to show they are end books. The journal tracks the story and notes clues, again necessary. Even the slight differences in HOS, like finding the pair for the item on the Clolectors or finding where the picture on the list should Colectors placed in the scene, were a welcome variance.
Well worth the money! It not only tells where you have been, but where you are. There's a lot to do and remember, many areas to explore, and lots of items to collect and use. Play the place-the-object scene on the left. The graphics are so incredibly nice, very very sharp and enormously detailled and mesmerizing! A Message cylinder is added above the diary early in the game. The graphics were amazing, the music was beautiful and I am even thrilled with the pointer which is one of the best I have ever seen. Follow the blue arrows to fill in the lines to point D. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tdemers from This games was awesome! It takes a bit of time to find the map though I hope I am not mixing this up with another game I just played. Each hidden object scene is played twice: once as a list and once as an item placement. In some cases it's practical to have the SG at hand, I needed it about twice. Play the hidden object scene to the left of the well. Zoom in on the area to open a puzzle. Look inside the stone box for an additional area.
The map allows for PPortal, easy travel between locations. In American History Lux cases it's practical to have the SG at hand, I needed it about twice. Zoom in on the back wall. Take the gold holder to add the message holder to the screen and receive the first Message. Pull the ropes in the order shown to open the curtains. Take the Glass of water. This game was abundant with puzzles. If you answered yes to the questions at the beginning Collectots this review, buy this game. One example: you are told that you must use every "item" in the game. Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes is a lovely, lovely game. The goal is to use the two small buttons to swap the position of the red and blue gems. Look at the dangling rope. The plot line is actually interesting. Daily Mah Jong listed in purple indicate they are hidden in an interactive area. Pull the rope to open the curtain on the left.
Play the hidden object scene at the back of the cave. Examine the idol in the recess. Look at the opening at the top of the rope ladder. Look at the double doors. Now I just try to get by with hint button when I get stuck. It also gives you an idea of how many areas you get to explore nearly Play the hidden object scene by the statue on the left. Examine the bookshelves on the left. Take the path to the Crossroads. There are 15 letters from your grandfather hidden throughout the game that give you more insight to the story line. Zoom in on the crates. The only bad thing about the plot line is that without the bonus chapter, you will have no idea what really happened as the entire conclusion is in the bonus chapter. Look at the lantern on the right. Use the pattern on the head and feet to match the sections. Who is the betrayer?
Once you get the map though, its a lifesaver!!! People actually speak like they are scared or angry instead of monotone. I just figured this would be the same old thing in terms of runes and orders but I was wrong. This is without doubt one of the all time great games. Do yourself a favor. Raise the arm with the lightning bolt, face the head forward and lower the other arm. Play the hidden object scene in the carriage. Buy it. Use the fixed center circle and match the pattern of the three inner segments first. You will understand as soon as you play, so why wait? Go down once and up the steps and forward. Open the Map; Click the Garden location. You won't leave until you know how this story ends. Even the slight differences in HOS, like finding the pair for the item on the list or finding where the picture on the list should be placed in the scene, were a welcome variance. Open the Map; return to the Dungeon.