Reflections of Life: Slipping Hope Collectors Edition

Grandma Games presents another adventure through many beautiful worlds in their popular Reflections of Life series! As a full-fledged Guardian, you’re sworn to protect all the worlds in your care. Your first official job is to stop a young man from awakening his sister, for she is the slumbering guardian of a deadly magical artifact. With your wits and mechanical owl at your side, no job is to big! Traverse many beautiful worlds to restore order to your universe in this heartwarming hidden-object puzzle adventure game.

It just flies up to high things and takes them down. When you've completed the game and you haven't found some of the bats, some are easy to find, some are not, I liked the fact that you could go back to find them, when you have done that, you can do the final extra, which is finding objects, to reach a scroll All in all a great game, which isn't dark or scary or dismal Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LosAngeHell from Reflections of Fun A good game, beautifully crafted. The different colored coins found in the zoom areas can be exchanged for magical creatures once you have enough coins. He peaked my interest and I want to know his story. My new favorite. If you find all of them you open a hidden puzzle in the end. I am not sure if the CE version is worth the extra cost as the collectible bats and tree symbols didn't do much to make me want to find them. Wise giants have inhabited the Crystal City since the beginning of time, many of whom were able to predict the future. I think everything was done extremely well for this kind of story, The HOPs were absolutely fantastic, super interactive and challenging. The Sleepers are the last defense between Peace and Chaos, and they must remain asleep at all cost if one awakens, the others will arise as well. I like to leave them flickering while I search for other objects. The graphics were gorgeous, except a few times they seemed blurred and color was faded. I even loved the storybook ones which is usually not the case.

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You can find the ones you missed. This was the reason for the Sages to step away from human affairs and to isolate in their own world. Some were brand new to me and so much fun. All in all, the demo shows promise of a very entertaining game. After making my choice the demo suddenly ends. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by j62janet from Enjoyable game A few areas I had to be in I didn't enjoy, the desert was one of them, the story I enjoyed, the graphics are amazing, some of the puzzles I didn't enjoy, and I had to resort to using the skip button, which is naughty really, but at times in my defence, the guide didn't help me at all. The beginning of the story did not whet my appetite but as I continued the game the hidden object segments and the puzzles became an important element in advancing the story line and I found renewed energy for staying with the game. I like to leave them flickering while I search for other objects. They collaborated with people from other worlds, helping them avoid a lot of catastrophes. I enjoyed it a lot because it moved at a good pace and the storyline was easy to follow. I'll open the portal to Motius, my world. I hope there is more of the immortal sea captain in the main game. One of the nicer aspects is the gaming world, at least for those of us who relish HOPA, has a year ending game that players can enthusiastically sink teeth into.

Saw only a few characters in the demo. I like the one filled with stairs the best, and the icons and the mythical beasts. I really quite like the "statuettes" that you can buy with them. It just flies up to high things and takes them down. Mesmerizing graphics, attention to detail, exploration through scenes, rooms and riddles that welcome you into a world of fairytale and true gaming fun! This was the reason for the Sages to step away from human affairs and to isolate in their own world. People in their silliness only got angry and blamed the Sages for everything. Akvos entered Creatos with the hope of capturing the Queen and turning the kingdom into disorder and madness. It has a variety of game modes, so no one is left out of the fun. In this series:. A stupid owl that reaches the high places for you, but all he does is fly up there and stare at the item you need. They have legend info for that creature and you have to use the color it wants for every one. Below are brief descriptions of some of the puzzles available in the demo and main game: 1-Align 4 image sections by adjusting rotation, size, and width.

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God Bless One of the nicer aspects is the gaming world, at least for those of us who relish HOPA, has a year ending game that players can enthusiastically sink teeth into. The puzzles were unique and varied in style. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from What a fairytale with attention to detail Well, to be honest I have already forgotten what the story was about, but the feeling it left me with is much more precious. The story is well told and well written. I bought it before finishing the demo. One aspect of these apocalyptic style games I can never understand is that if the bad guys succeed then the bad guys are also doomed to oblivion. Saw only a few characters in the demo. I did like going Collectofs different Rrflections worlds. You can find the ones you missed. The wallpapers Slippig better than Sparkle 2, very beautiful, unusual pictures, and a great variety of types of pictures S,ipping differing tastes. I enjoy the twisting and turning, and I Know a Tale resizing objects. I love the clothing in fantasy games, always beautifully designed and lots of color.

One of the nicer aspects is the gaming world, at least for those of us who relish HOPA, has a year ending game that players can enthusiastically sink teeth into. Maybe it was meant as a special effect. The puzzles were unique and varied in style. A stupid owl that reaches the high places for you, but all he does is fly up there and stare at the item you need. The picture puzzles are my favorites. And with 5 different worlds to visit, it will probably be a long game. Here we have sleepers who are protecting the world from Malum which if unleashed will wreak havoc on all that we cherish. Below are brief descriptions of some of the puzzles available in the demo and main game: 1-Align 4 image sections by adjusting rotation, size, and width. It adds to the visual experience without exacting energy. The hidden bats are hard for me to find but not impossible and very clear once I know what I am looking at. To our surprise, Equilibrium is much more than that. Love just looking at it all. It just flies up to high things and takes them down. If you find all of them you open a hidden puzzle in the end.

Only the Reflectiins of their tiny ears and tail poke out from their hiding places, but once you click on them they take flight to get out of Dodge quickly. Here we have sleepers who are protecting the Haunted Hotel: Death Sentence from Malum which if unleashed will wreak havoc on all that we cherish. I thought it was a very creative idea for a story. I will admit that I haven't been crazy about the last few games by GrandMa Studio's but I have to give credit when Sliipping is warranted, and Slipping Hope has revived my faith in GrandMa once again. Below are brief descriptions of Edution of the puzzles available in the demo and main game: 1-Align 4 image sections by adjusting rotation, size, and width.


4 thoughts on “Reflections of Life: Slipping Hope Collectors Edition

  1. In this series:. I did find most objects really quickly, so far as I've played. They clearly poured their hearts and souls into this game, the quality is superb, the quantity is money-worthy, the entertainment value is off the charts and it's by far the best Reflections Of Life game in the series.

  2. They have legend info for that creature and you have to use the color it wants for every one. The mini games are simple but fun and the graphics are just gorgeous. I like the one filled with stairs the best, and the icons and the mythical beasts.

  3. The scenes were all filled with elaborate pieces of artsy things, beautifully crafted. The characters made sense. Maybe it was meant as a special effect. These images reflect our victories.

  4. Gimmicks just irritate me to no end and kind of disrupt the gameplay for me. Maybe it was meant as a special effect. Each scene featured many active areas, not just two or three like in most games — although the tasks to complete might not be revolutionary, they are enough to keep our mind busy as well as entertained. It just flies up to high things and takes them down. And I don't ordinarily like character portraits, but I like these, they are so well drawn, and creative and painted.

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