Skyland: Heart of the Mountain

In an outlandish world, humans abandoned the ground’s toxic soil and settled on the shoulders of sleeping giants. Life essences of these colossal relics proved to be an inexhaustible source of energy that allowed the entire civilization to form. The crew of aircraft Nightingale was sent to investigate a penal colony settlement in the clouds. While investigating the horrible conditions of the inmates, they find themselves uncovering a plot that threatens the entire world! Can you uncover what's behind the conspiracy in time?

There are plenty of locations to visit and, if you like fixing machinery, then you are in for a treat. In terms of length of gameplay Show More. Artifex Mundi almost always fits that bill. There is often a lack of explanation as you figure out what one is supposed to DO in the mini-games, but a little trial and error usually finds the solution. We are aboard the Nightingale which is a Zeppelin. In addition, the production aspects are really on-point and the sharp graphics, breathtaking animations, and effective soundtracks are essential in maintaining the momentum of the game. Below are brief descriptions of some of the more interesting mini-games offered within the complete adventure: 1-Select symbols from the right that match the symbols the arrow points to in sequence gauntlet puzzle 2- Steer the parachute using directional arrows to avoid obstacles. I liked the twist in the story but didn't like the game play enough to purchase the CE. The characters are well depicted and the game has excellent voice overs. Cities were developed upon the mountainous sleeping Stone Giants whose energy source was in abundance, and the citizen's lived in peace for centuries. Sound is good and the music is orchestral and nice to listen to. There is a Gadget, a Gauntlet that can control or disable Drones, it does require a repetitive Mini-Game, however, it is only used 4 Times throughout the 6 Main Chapters and once in the Bonus Chapter, so it's not that bad. And a sale to boot. Most of these are easy to spot, however a few were well hidden.

There is a Gadget, a Gauntlet that can control or disable Drones, it does require a repetitive Mini-Game, however, it is only used 4 Times throughout the 6 Main Chapters and once in the Bonus Chapter, so it's not that bad. The Collector's Edition version has 6 Steampunk Wallpapers without characters, yea! There is plenty to do and I was never bored. Each of the scenes in the Main Game have a Morphing Zepplin Airship none within the Bonus Chapter They morph at a good pace but were a little too large, making them fairly easy to spot, they also seem to be hidden a little more as you progress. However, I enjoyed them all and liked that they had a bit of challenge. Cities were developed upon the mountainous sleeping Stone Giants whose energy source was in abundance, and the citizen's lived in peace for centuries. I enjoyed the game and wanted to play longer. I do admit to skipping the games using the gauntlet Cities were developed upon the mountainous sleeping Stone Giants whose energy source was in abundance, and the citizen's lived in peace for centuries. In an outlandish world the surface of the planet withered and died below the toxic fumes. I was also disappointed that they didn't allow you to return to the scenes to collect missing morphs. The CE has a bonus about stopping the drones for good, 16 achievements, 22 replayable mini-games and 13 HOPs to play if you want to redo them and 29 morphing collectibles. And, there IS a little bit of an unexpected plot twist later in the game. In the 15 minutes I've played I didn't find any reference in the tutorial to the collectable bleating goats?

The main game is about rescuing the people of Skyland after being turned into crystals. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by SammieTaylor from A casual game for everyone I found this game enjoyable and the scenery is beautiful however there was a few points i wasn't keen on like the collectables, i thought they were a bit hard to spot because they morph rather quick and if you miss any you can't go back and collect them and i found the game a bit predictable as i guessed the twist almost immediately, the game seemed to be over really quick too. Happy gaming! There are plenty of locations to visit and, if you like fixing machinery, then you are in for a treat. There is plenty to do and I was never bored. It's interesting enough to read through I turn off the sound or listen to the dialog. And a sale to boot. When you click on them they won't disappear because they aren't really a collectible, they are an Achievement. However, I enjoyed them all and liked that they had a bit of challenge. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by sweetmeats from Skyland Heart of the Mountain Not for me. The CE has a bonus about stopping the drones for good, 16 achievements, 22 replayable mini-games and 13 HOPs to play if you want to redo them and 29 morphing collectibles. Seemed like old game. I found none of the HOPS to be difficult and they were enjoyable. The Puzzles were not too difficult except that I disliked the one attached to the glove. Cities were developed upon the mountainous sleeping Stone Giants whose energy source was in abundance, and the citizen's lived in peace for centuries.


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Happy gaming! Once again, you and your sister Adriane have to continue cleanup in aisle 5 because Drones are still on the loose and stealing everyone's valuables. Date published: However, something sinister looms over the Skyland. The mini-games are all very easy to do and I was able to get back to the game fairly quickly. Too boringly technical. Up, down, this way and that. But this Sparkle 2 a really-really good game, and I'll buy this at some point without a doubt. The HOPS contain variety with some being list type while others rely on silhouettes or finding various shapes. This review is based upon completed play of the game without the bonus chapter. Jewel Legends: Atlantis, my advice is to find the collectible first in each scene to get the achievement. There are 22 replayable mini-games and 13 HOPs to play if Coconut Queen want to redo them. I enjoyed the game and wanted to play longer. The map is good. Yet, I often still found myself trekking back and forth manually, mostly because I liked the graphics and because I often see something I missed the first time or two through an area.

Below are brief descriptions of some of the more interesting mini-games offered within the complete adventure: 1-Select symbols from the right that match the symbols the arrow points to in sequence gauntlet puzzle 2- Steer the parachute using directional arrows to avoid obstacles. These are quite cluttered and a few items took me a while to find. I found none of the HOPS to be difficult and they were enjoyable. In the world build on the shoulders of sleeping giants, join your sister Adrianne to prevent a terrifying annihilation that may irreversibly change the world. I purchased the game right away because I do like it but, as always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy Skyland as well. In terms of length of gameplay The Goat's do bleat when you click on them, as another reviewer stated, but nothing happens until you click on the fifth and final goat and receive the G. There is no one game for everyone but for everyone there is a game. There are plenty of locations to visit and, if you like fixing machinery, then you are in for a treat. I wish they had an option to show the availability of the morph on the Icon because some of the scenes don't have one. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Beautiful Mechanical game. The Puzzles were not too difficult except that I disliked the one attached to the glove.

I was also disappointed that they didn't allow you to return to the scenes to collect missing morphs. The Goat's do Red Crow Mysteries: Legion when you click on them, Smiling Pasta another reviewer stated, but nothing happens until you click on the fifth and final goat and receive the G. There are 22 replayable mini-games and 13 HOPs to play if you want to redo them. Enjoy your Steampunk Adventure! I wish they had an option to show the availability of the morph on the Icon because some of the scenes don't have one. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by theswede from talk about black sheep of the family not bad game I like steam Lottso! Deluxe cause it has crazy machines and buildings I did not find all the air ships butt I did get the goat award. In addition, the production aspects Skyland: Heart of the Mountain really on-point and the sharp graphics, breathtaking animations, and effective soundtracks are essential in maintaining the momentum of the game. The hidden object games are mostly straightforward and some silhouette. These are quite cluttered and a few items took me a while to find.


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14 thoughts on “Skyland: Heart of the Mountain

  1. Since all the bells, whistles, trophies, and morphing objects are not my fancy I seldom buy the CE's unless reviewers rave about the bonus game I come from old school text based gaming where trial and error is the ONLY way to find out things unless you go for a walk-through People are disappearing without trace and it seems it might be connected to your father's tragic death.

  2. The map is good. The HOPS contain variety with some being list type while others rely on silhouettes or finding various shapes. It's interesting enough to read through I turn off the sound or listen to the dialog.

  3. You will learn a more in-depth insight into the Nightengales crews background stories as well. Happy playing fishies. Glad others like it. This review is based upon completed play of the game without the bonus chapter.

  4. I do admit to skipping the games using the gauntlet What I might find to be not my cup of tea does not mean that a game might not be great for others. The Goat's do bleat when you click on them, but nothing happens until you click on the fifth and final goat and receive the G. The main game is about rescuing the people of Skyland after being turned into crystals. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by sweetmeats from Skyland Heart of the Mountain Not for me.

  5. Explore the history of a forgotten civilisation to save the citizens of Skyland and subsequently reveal the truth surrounding the mystery that lead to the death of your father. After receiving a distress call from a neighboring city, the Nightengale Zepplin arrives to see the horrors of the aftermath of an attack by an unknown assailant. When you click on them they won't disappear because they aren't really a collectible, they are an Achievement. However, these are great for beginners to gain experience and I enjoyed doing them again.

  6. In your journey you will confront a mysterious villain; Bal the Sole and possibly face questions about the nature of life itself. These are quite cluttered and a few items took me a while to find. The HOPS contain variety with some being list type while others rely on silhouettes or finding various shapes. I do admit to skipping the games using the gauntlet I did these first so I didn't forget about them because there is no icon to see whether you have grabbed it or not and you don't have the function to find any ones you missed after the game.

  7. I enjoyed the game and wanted to play longer. What I might find to be not my cup of tea does not mean that a game might not be great for others. Once again, you and your sister Adriane have to continue cleanup in aisle 5 because Drones are still on the loose and stealing everyone's valuables.

  8. Enjoy your Steampunk Adventure! There is plenty to do and I was never bored. There is plenty to do and I was never bored.

  9. Glad others like it. In an outlandish steampunk world the surface of the planet has withered and died below the toxic fumes. There is plenty to do and I was never bored. The voice acting is also spot on, Nothing bad or boring about this, unless you don't like steampunk. The graphics are great and create the futuristic atmosphere for the game.

  10. The voice acting is also spot on, Nothing bad or boring about this, unless you don't like steampunk. I found none of the HOPS to be difficult and they were enjoyable. And, there IS a little bit of an unexpected plot twist later in the game. Seemed like old game.

  11. Once again, you and your sister Adriane have to continue cleanup in aisle 5 because Drones are still on the loose and stealing everyone's valuables. I'm not out to play my games as fast as I can get through them. The best in any genre for a long time.

  12. I personally found the mini-game that was attached to using the glove a bit annoying. All up the game took me about 5 hours or so playing during the week. Explore the history of a forgotten civilisation to save the citizens of Skyland and subsequently reveal the truth surrounding the mystery that lead to the death of your father. Overall these were minor flaws in the game for me because I love steam punk.

  13. The HOPS contain variety with some being list type while others rely on silhouettes or finding various shapes. The graphics are great and create the futuristic atmosphere for the game. Happy playing fishies. All of the citizens have been crystallized, slowly draining them of precious energy. Happy gaming!

  14. Once again, you and your sister Adriane have to continue cleanup in aisle 5 because Drones are still on the loose and stealing everyone's valuables. The Mini-Games 20 non-gauntlet games in the main chapters, 3 in the CE BC could be better and I wasn't crazy about the repetitiveness of several puzzle types back to back. I preferred the CE version because each of the scenes in the Main Game has a Morphing Zepplin Airship none within the Bonus Chapter They morph at a good pace but were a little too large, making them fairly easy to spot, they also seem to be hidden a little more as you progress. There are 29 morphing collectibles air ships to find throughout the main game. The Gauntlet Gadget also has repetitive puzzles 10 gauntlet games in the main chapters, 3 in the BC but as I said earlier, the Gauntlet is only used 4 times in the main game and once in the Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter.

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