Labyrinths of the World: A Dangerous Game Collectors Edition

Domini Games, makers of Dark Romance and Mystery Tales, present a brand-new adventure in the Labyrinths of the World series! Everything was turning out perfectly for your vacation to Greece with your best friend. That is, until you discover a mysterious glowing cache among the ruins. An old, wooden board game has been sealed up there, but who could have placed it there and why? The answers will lead you on a heart-pounding adventure into another world controlled by a madman obsessed with winning, no matter what the cost. Can you beat his impossible game? Find out in this exhilarating hidden object puzzle adventure game!

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Labyrinths of the World: A Dangerous Game

The colours were bright and I play one level up so I can still use a map to navigate if I get a bit stuck or to jump between scenes. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you:. The graphics in their games are saturated with intense color and their storylines are for the most part quite excellent. I believe that Domini is the first developer who started offering a choice of easy or hard when it comes to solving the puzzles and even though I have played numerous puzzles in HOPA games, I found that I did need to select the easy mode when I tried to solve two of them in the demo for this game. Vivid colors are a nice change from so many gloomy morose games I've played. The colours were bright and I play one level up so I can still use a map to navigate if I get a bit stuck or to jump between scenes. Hopefully, we will see more games like this one and far fewer of the ones with evil demons hoping to take over some unsuspecting person who will become the vehicle for world dominion or some other such purpose. Over the years I have played probably HOPA games and it has become very apparent in the past few years that BFG has set out the basics that each developer should follow such as how many puzzles or HOPS there will be in each game. In no time at all, Christine's curiosity gets the best of her when she discovers a hidden cache within the ruins. Nonetheless, we enjoy the detailed artwork and interesting scene designs in this sequel. WAY too many mini games that are texturally inferior, time consuming and tired…same old twist and turn, move and shuffle. I enjoy the detailed artwork and interesting scene designs in this sequel.

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In this installment you are on a vacation in Greece with your best friend Christine when you both stumble upon a mysterious board game. The hidden object scenes are multi-layered, innovative, and fun to play. This was a good long game and kept me intrigued to the last scene. Once saved the elf offers a potion The Office bring Lianas back to life, but the potion is poured on dead leaves to create a vine ladder. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dmessick08 from Entertaining Entertaining for a lazy Sunday. The elf is soon trapped and must be saved. That being said, Domini is a developer who makes their HOPS fun and their mini-games a bit more challenging. At this point I questioned continuity. The HOPS are what we would expect but they are done well with a lot of creativity. You have to cross over that amount of spaces to connect them by the appropriate number. Of course curiosity gets the better of both of you and that is when the excitement begins. Music was good and I could relate to the characters. There are 5 Chapters total, and each chapter has just the right amount of length, to keep the story flowing without becoming tedious and boring. Date published: Rated 4 out of Ashes of Immortality by ladynextdoor from Liked this One My Kingdom for the Princess IV liked the story, even though it's an idea that's been used before.

There are also Gold Nuggets to discover, and can be used to purchase virtual items for a virtual room. The fast-paced storyline is effectively delivered through plenty of actions and rather minimal dialogues. Graphics are way too bright and many items exhibit poor textural design. I understand why they opted for such vivid neon colors, because it's intended to be a fantasy based game, with dragons, trolls and elves, but it can become overbearing. I'll be looking for more from this developer. Well, that is not what was required at all. However, it is a shame that even with the hard mode, none of the puzzles are particularly complex or challenging. Then there is the usual fluff that is found in all CE games such as Wallpapers, Concept Art, Music, and Videos There is also a Personal Room that we can furnish using those Gold Nuggets that we find throughout the games. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ladynextdoor from Liked this One I liked the story, even though it's an idea that's been used before. After a quick tour, the two of you decide to meander through the Sanctuary of Apollo, the site of the ancient Oracle in Delphi. The Mini Games are in abundance, and most are available with an Easy or Hard difficulty mode, which is an awesome feature in my opinion, because you can choose the mode you want on each individual game. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, the scenes are clear and bright, and are located in interesting locations. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by shawnsgrammy from Great except final challenge The last challenge of the game says to "use the number of tubes that are on the light source to connect the tile". Hint sometimes transports and is fast enough to avoid frustration.

I am happy to be part of the "fan base" who enjoy Domino games and their creative team. Loving fairy tale type games this game has it all for me with elves, dragons, and trolls. This latest installment immerses the player in a Jumanji-like world, one that is both fascinating and terrifying. I'll be looking for more from this developer. Then there is the usual fluff that is found in all CE games such as Wallpapers, Concept Art, Music, and Videos There is also a Personal Room that we can furnish using those Gold Nuggets that we find throughout the games. That format is why so many gamers refer to the HOPA games as being cookie-cutter. Wodld: nailed this storyline and created an awesome game that will be one of my all-time Cursed House 4 games.


The game heavily revolves around puzzles, big and small. I believe that Domini is the first developer who started offering a choice of easy or hard when it comes to solving the puzzles and even though I have played numerous puzzles in HOPA games, I found that I did need to select the easy mode when I tried to solve two of them in the demo for this game. You and your friend get trapped in a game and visit each world. Congrats to Domini for creating a fabulous game with elves, dragons, and trolls - especially the dragons since I love and collect them. There is an option on the Custom Settings page to select either Easy or Hard game modes, which I discovered while playing both versions, that if you select Easy, the games will automatically appear in the Easy mode and vise versa with the Hard mode, however, you can still choose the mode on each individual game, if you want more or less of a challenge. At the same time, the hidden object scenes are multi-layered, innovative, and fun to play. Great characters, story line. The storyline is excellent and creative with beautiful graphics that bring the three worlds to life. The Collector's Edition bling is plentiful in the CE version, so you may want to take that into consideration. Graphics: Poor to okay, extremely bright colors, frequent poor textural design Sound and Music: Okay Characters: Minimal emotion or movement. Rated 5 out of 5 by peacelilly47 from Stunning Game Love this! I recommend you take a trial run to form your own opinion. You have to cross over that amount of spaces to connect them by the appropriate number.

It was kind of predictable. The adventure part is predictable, but perfectly-made. After a quick tour, the two of you decide to meander through the Sanctuary of Apollo, the site of the ancient Oracle in Delphi. I believe that Domini is the first developer who started offering a choice of easy or hard when it comes to solving the puzzles and even though I have played numerous puzzles in HOPA games, I found that I did need to select the easy mode when I tried to solve two of them in the demo for this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ladynextdoor from Liked this One I liked the story, even though it's an idea that's been used before. The fast-paced storyline is effectively delivered through plenty of actions and rather minimal dialogues. Well designed for the most part Voice Overs: Good Hint: Moves fast, good thing, sometimes transports Hidden Object Games: Well designed, interactive, some variety Mini Games: Old, tired, repeats, many with poor textural design, way too many vs. You have to cross over that amount of spaces to connect them by the appropriate number. I even restarted the game to see if I was mistaken. I enjoy the detailed artwork and interesting scene designs in this sequel. Once saved the elf offers a potion to bring Lianas back to life, but the potion is poured on dead leaves to create a vine ladder. Vivid colors are a nice change from so many gloomy morose games I've played. Hidden Object Games Date published:

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  1. There are icons on the inventory bar that light up when one of the collectibles are nearby, and you can click to enable alerts on the interactive map as well. That being said, Domini is a developer who makes their HOPS fun and their mini-games a bit more challenging. Friend follows and encounters an elf. Yes there are lots of Achievements to earn if that is your thing. As much as Labyrinths of the World might not be our favorite HOPA series, it seems to be able to come up with some creative plot every single time.

  2. Many items in the scenes require some interaction with other items that are sometimes not in plain sight and once found they are used within the scene. I enjoy the detailed artwork and interesting scene designs in this sequel. The HOPS are what we would expect but they are done well with a lot of creativity.

  3. Domini seems to be able to come up with some creative plot every single time they create another edition to this popular series. I even restarted the game to see if I was mistaken. Well designed for the most part Voice Overs: Good Hint: Moves fast, good thing, sometimes transports Hidden Object Games: Well designed, interactive, some variety Mini Games: Old, tired, repeats, many with poor textural design, way too many vs. I recommend you take a trial run to form your own opinion. You can opt to play a Match 3 game instead of the HOP's.

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