After Bella's brother Stan mysteriously disappeared, she's been haunted by a single dream. Every night she sees her brother vanishing into a glaring portal opened by a strange, ancient book, and every night she wakes up in a cold shiver. She feels certain that it's not a mere coincidence or a trick of the mind, but something to do with a recent find Stan made - an ancient artifact. Set out in search of Stan through the pages of well-known novels and true stories on an exciting adventure - meet spectacular characters, visit eye-catching locations and engage in a twisted plot! 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 HOS are either list-based or pictures of objects to find. That the whole darned game will be incomplete! It is not a challening game but beyond that it was a good relaxing game. A very well composed HOPA game with excellent puzzles to solve, innovative and challenging Hidden Object scenes that require interactions with items and really cool, but not so hard mini-games, all combined to creating not only an entertaining gaming experience, but also challenging, not to mention having that WOW factor that we all look forward to. This one is great all around, voice overs, story line, graphics, music all top notch. I'm really fed up with the supernatural games etc.. Gears - When your cursor turns into gears, this indicates that you can use an item from your inventory or get more information from an area. The 5th book — Titanic — is locked. There is voiceover but the lips don't move at all. If I remember correctly, there hasn't been a lost souls game in quite some time. Coins - As you play, you'll collect coins that will allow you to purchase trophies in the trophy room. I did not play a good game for a long time Some of the HOS are repeated but usually if it was a list find the first time it will switch to a picture find the next time. Gradually, you work your way around the locales until you have found and used all the items.Your archaeologist brother finds a rare artifact and disappears. Share this:. The story here is very similar to the one in the first game; neither it is exciting nor captivating. The other CE extras are locked until you complete the main game so I haven't seen those yet but no biggie because I rarely look at artwork or soundtracks and things. This is surprisingly a fun and addicting HO game. I liked the game fairly well, but it does have it's drawbacks. And that's the basics for playing Lost Souls: Timeless Fables! Other extra features are standards; wallpapers, concept art, achievements, strategy guide, coins to collect and soundtracks. You enter the first one, The Call Of Cthulhu. After all items have been found, the final item is displayed and when found that item is kept in the inventory. Opening Story: In Lost Souls: Timeless Fables, you and your brother have always been close, so when he goes missing after discovering an ancient artifact, you know just where to look. I haven't had a new one since "Cursery the crooked man", so it's been a while. There are times though when the scenes are dark especially in the Jack the Ripper chapter and in may of the hidden object scenes which can be very frustrating. If you are anything like me, you've been wandering around trying to find a game that won't bore you to tears within 10 minutes! This game has several locations to visit such as the Museum, the Professor's house and even the Altar of Fate which require you to use the map constantly to travel back and forth as you find items in one scene that need to be used in another, so if you're not a fan of the back and forthing you might not enjoy this game.
Luckily, all these five stories are very well-known so at least, fans of these stories are probably going to enjoy the game. Try it yourself before you take my judgement, because what might annoy me may not bother you at all. Inside each of these, you sometimes find a couple of rooms as well, so the structure of the game has a vertical, pyramid-like feel to it. That the whole darned game will be incomplete! Not an overabundance of HOS or puzzles or mini-games, none of which are difficult. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by agrimony from Sunday Afternoon Game Some have rated this "old school" type and that it is. Which, you soon discover, is about a tentacled monstrosity terrorising the town of Innsmouth. But this is not all about HOPs. My advice, when stuck, look up — all the really difficult to see items seem to hang out together up there in the shadows! Find all the items on the list in order to add an important item to your inventory. There are interactive lists and pictorial lists, and some of the objects are hard to spot. Game provides a nice afternoon of pleasant, relaxing gameplay. It was always a bit unusual. This is a good following game, faithful the feel and structure of the first game, with a bit more maturity in presentation. The story line was a little weak.
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My only complaint is that it didn't last longer. I was totally blown away by the graphics, artwork and animations. Some of the HOS are repeated but usually if it was a PuppetShow: The Curse of Ophelia Collectors Edition find the first time it will switch to a picture find the next time. And that's the basics for playing Lost Souls: Timeless Fables! The characters in each story will ask for certain favors which leads to a progressive series of tasks. Follow Bella as she searches through the magical worlds of literary classics such as The Three Musketeers, Robinson Crusoe, and Call of Cthulhu, putting wrongs to right and seeking out her missing sibling in this captivating hidden object adventure game! There is a directional hint and a notebook to help. I find myself enthralled with the music as I am a huge fan of Lost Souls from Dallas. Happy Gaming!! Rearrange statuettes to match the symbols; click one and the two adjacent ones will switch position, so some planning is required. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by viktoriyaR from This game is great. Diary - Your diary is stored in the lower left-hand corner of your screen. Good luck!
As well, you can buy trophies souvenirs with the gold coins you find everywhere, including in HOPs. You have to visit each hidden object scene twice, one time in standard list mode and the other in picture mode. All I can say is that this is one of the best games to come our way in quite some time. The music is good, nothing special, though. Remember this will take time to charge depending on what difficulty setting you are playing on. Bella has the same terrifying dream night after night that something horrible has happened to her brother Stan, dreams so vivid that surely they mean something! Excellent graphics, lovely world so far and nice characters. Usually those are the settings on easy. I enjoy the beautiful clear graphics, The voices are done well, the characters animation, hidden object screens fun, adventure with gorgeous map. Upon attempting to open it, you watch the medallion shatter into 5 books. There are no mind-blowing effects, depths and dimensions; each scene looks very flat as if it is a painting. Gradually, you work your way around the locales until you have found and used all the items. There is an interesting story. The Collectors Edition has the usual screensavers, music, art, strategy guide and bonus game as well as achievements and hidden coins which are used to purchase ancient artifacts for your virtual trophy room. Each book is self-contained, but you do have a map which you need to travel to the locations, and which gives you the number of items still needed to be found in there.
The graphics are lovely, the puzzles are very good, and the story is interesting. There is some back-and-forth, but it's not onerous since you travel via the map. The Fablws of Coplectors change enough to be distracting. There are interactive lists and pictorial lists, and some of the objects are hard to spot. Other extra features are standards; wallpapers, concept art, achievements, strategy guide, coins to collect and soundtracks. That the whole darned game will Mad Mouse incomplete! And two degrees of difficulty. Sojls: HOS are either list-based or pictures of objects to find. It was always a bit unusual. The puzzles are not much of a challenge either, they are all mundane and do not offer much twists. Hidden Object Areas - Areas that sparkle indicate a hidden object scene. Each 'book' has several smaller locations for Queens Garden Sakura Season to travel in, at your choice for the most part, although an announcement will be made if you have completed the tasks in that sub-locale. One thing that really Timleess on my nerves was when you had nothing else to do in an area, a screen pops up and tells you there is nothing here to Sparkle Unleashed, then an arrow pointing to the map letting you know to go to the map. The music is good, nothing special, though.