Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders

Domini Games proudly presents the latest chapter of their new Enchanted Kingdom series! You were visiting the Northern Tar Empire to test out some new instruments from the Medico Imperium research labs when suddenly life-draining crystals rain down from the sky! Meanwhile, a legendary floating island appears ominously overhead. You’ll need all your skills as a healer to save your people and to broker peace before war breaks out! Does the return of their lost civilization spell the end of yours? Find out in this epic hidden-object adventure puzzle game!


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The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. On the bright side, these mini-games are never repeated and the variety is definitely appreciated. That being said, the animations and the Cute Knight Kingdom are objectively exquisite. As an "Honored Healer" you have a magical Diagnostic Sceptor that allows you to access the patients' symptoms and draw a medical conclusion. Even though I love this game, please try the demo to see if it Enchanhed one you will enjoy. Domini always offers their games in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode, and in Enchanetd custom The Three Musketeers: DArtagnan and the 12 Jewels you can opt to have them start with either easy or hard mini-games, but you can still opt Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders the opposite per mini-game. For more casual players, there is a Match 3 alternative to many of the puzzles and the hidden object scenes, which I think is thoughtful of Domini Games. When the elves began to Kingdo: signs of illness, they blamed the humans, war was Mahjong Mania, especially when the humans began to disappear. Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders comes in at the four-hour mark and the bonus chapter clocks in another hour — a standard length for a HOPA game. The Bonus Chapter only available in the CE version takes place after the main game's timeframe. Even the hidden object scenes act Lost Artifacts Collectors Edition like puzzles with all their interactive elements. Since the beta for Descent of the Elders was released some significant changes were made to the game. Can The Order's most Honored Healer thwart the Elves mission to overpower the human race, or is it already too late? There once was a time when Elves and humans lived in harmony and worked side-by-side to educate one another with valuable skills. At least they aren't insulting our intelligence by making us match shapes Mahjongg Artifacts kindergarteners.

From the look and feel standpoint, Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders stays in line with other games from the high-profile studio. The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. Granted I don't skip any of the puzzles, but I was completely bored and over the game halfway through. For lovers of fantasy type games it is definitely a must have. As a companion to the rather standard adventure portion of Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders, the game also features a Diagnostic Scepter. Everything in this game is a filler, it's just an illusion of a long story! I loved everything about this game! I like having a record of the story as I go along. You can, however, opt to play a Match 3 Game instead of the mini-games! This Gadget is used 7 times throughout the Main Game and each of those 7 uses requires you to complete 3 different mini-games before you search for the correct ingredients to cure what ails them. On the bright side, these mini-games are never repeated and the variety is definitely appreciated. Can the peace between elves and humans be restored and can you find the antidote to this deadly disease? There once was a time when Elves and humans lived in harmony and worked side-by-side to educate one another with valuable skills. Rated 5 out of 5 by bzgirl37 from definitely A 5 star game! The magical floating Elven Island disappeared without a trace years ago, but today, for no apparent reason, the Island reappeared!

Gone is the side pop-out bar that I found very distracting, and the collectibles are now indicated on the upper right side of the inventory panel. Each time we diagnose a patient we will need to solve several mini-games during the process and even though some of them are a bit challenging they are not classified as Rube-Goldberg puzzles. You can, however, opt to play a Match 3 Game instead of the mini-games! For lovers of fantasy type games it is definitely a must have. As a companion to the rather standard adventure portion of Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders, the game also features Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders Diagnostic Scepter. I lost track of how many times I needed Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist "Sharp" a bottle of "Acid" something to "Protect my Hands" a "Wrench" a "Nail Puller" something "Thin" to open a latch, a "Shovel" and a jug, cup or mug of "Water" Every single time, I'd use those items once, only Cursed House 5 need the exact item two scenes later, a Zombie Jewel of times I can live with, but 10 or more times all in an effort to stretch the game and make people think they are getting a bargain? The HOS and also the mini-games had a match-3 option. As an "Honored Healer" you have a magical Diagnostic Sceptor that allows you to access the patients' symptoms and Strike Solitaire 2: Seaside Season a medical conclusion. Perhaps, I am just immune to it by this point.


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In the custom settings, you can opt for Silhouetted Shape Hints and hint recharges in 0 seconds! Perhaps, I am just immune to it by this point. I lost track of how many times I needed something "Sharp" a bottle of "Acid" something to "Protect my Hands" a "Wrench" a "Nail Puller" something "Thin" to open a latch, a "Shovel" and a jug, cup or mug of "Water" Every single time, I'd use those items once, only to need the exact item two scenes later, a couple of times I can live with, but 10 or more times all in an effort to stretch the game and make people think they are getting a bargain? However, most of the puzzles in Descent of the Elders are great fun and since they do not seem to be thrown in as game extenders, it does make sense to have them where they are placed in the gameplay. The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. And they're much too easy. Some might view this as unnecessary gimmick that distracts from actual storytelling, which is a perfectly valid point. Luckily, there is so much to do in Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders that the plot quickly becomes secondary. This Gadget is used 7 times throughout the Main Game and each of those 7 uses requires you to complete 3 different mini-games before you search for the correct ingredients to cure what ails them. Even though I love this game, please try the demo to see if it is one you will enjoy. Developers, if you're reading this, please think up something different that requires more brain strain or that can actually scare us. The magical floating Elven Island disappeared without a trace years ago, but today, for no apparent reason, the Island reappeared! Gone is the side pop-out bar that I found very distracting, and the collectibles are now indicated on the upper right side of the inventory panel. From the look and feel standpoint, Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders stays in line with other games from the high-profile studio.

If you aren't a huge puzzle and mini-game fan, you won't enjoy this game very much because you are literally doing them back-to-back. On the bright side, these mini-games are never repeated and the variety is definitely appreciated. The magical floating Elven Island disappeared without a trace years ago, but today, for no apparent reason, the Island reappeared! They all use the same story line, the same items, the same puzzles, etc. There were a lot of mini games which is a big plus for me. I've said this multiple times before, but in my opinion, Domini throws everything into their games including that kitchen sink, to make their games way too Looonnggg. I really enjoyed two HOPS in particular the first one is where we find items by changing the colored lenses on a magnifying glass. The warnings about a game being "intense" or for "mature players" make me chuckle. The Bonus Chapter only available in the CE version takes place after the main game's timeframe. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorite games offered throughout the entire game: 1-Drag color-coded chains of various lengths to their color-coded slots. I played hard, and I found it to be only somewhat challenging. Some might view this as unnecessary gimmick that distracts from actual storytelling, which is a perfectly valid point. Surprisingly, I am not bothered by the saturated fluorescent colors in the visuals, even though they are still present in this game. Since the beta for Descent of the Elders was released some significant changes were made to the game. Perhaps, I am just immune to it by this point.

Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders masks its mediocre storyline with a cluttered gameplay and from the entertainment perspective, it works! You're not fooling us. The story was very interesting and kept me going. Rated 5 out of 5 by bzgirl37 from definitely A 5 star game! Date published: This is for me the best game in the series and Domini got it right with Descent of the Elders, the fifth game in the Enchanted Kingdom series. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorite games offered throughout the entire game: 1-Drag color-coded chains of various lengths to their color-coded slots. However, most of the puzzles in Descent of the Elders are great fun and since they do not seem to be thrown in as game extenders, it does make sense to have them where they are placed in the gameplay. As a companion to the rather standard adventure portion of Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders, the game also features a Diagnostic Scepter. Some might view this as unnecessary gimmick that distracts from actual storytelling, which is a perfectly valid point. Not to mention, the Elves truce sub-storyline is far too similar to another recent release. In the custom settings, you can opt for Silhouetted Shape Hints and hint recharges in 0 seconds!

10 thoughts on “Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders

  1. Perhaps, I am just immune to it by this point. This is for me the best game in the series and Domini got it right with Descent of the Elders, the fifth game in the Enchanted Kingdom series. They were all interesting and not just another jumble of things to look through. Rated 5 out of 5 by bzgirl37 from definitely A 5 star game!

  2. Something that has impressed me with Domini Games is that they always are striving to improve their games by listening to what we want. This Gadget is used 7 times throughout the Main Game and each of those 7 uses requires you to complete 3 different mini-games before you search for the correct ingredients to cure what ails them. I played hard, and I found it to be only somewhat challenging.

  3. The Elven Island suddenly reappeared after its disappearance over seven centuries ago! The Bonus Chapter only available in the CE version takes place after the main game's timeframe. Happy gaming! If I didn't have to heal so many people I would have completely forgotten what the story was even about because I wasn't playing a game to progress the story, I was playing a game to progress to the next puzzle! The story was very interesting and kept me going.

  4. For lovers of fantasy type games it is definitely a must have. Developers, if you're reading this, please think up something different that requires more brain strain or that can actually scare us. Some might view this as unnecessary gimmick that distracts from actual storytelling, which is a perfectly valid point. The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. Can the peace between elves and humans be restored and can you find the antidote to this deadly disease?

  5. The Bonus Chapter only available in the CE version takes place after the main game's timeframe. And they're much too easy. The story was very interesting and kept me going. Everything in this game is a filler, it's just an illusion of a long story! In the custom settings, you can opt for Silhouetted Shape Hints and hint recharges in 0 seconds!

  6. Can The Order's most Honored Healer thwart the Elves mission to overpower the human race, or is it already too late? The Elven Island suddenly reappeared after its disappearance over seven centuries ago! The story was very interesting and kept me going.

  7. When the elves began to show signs of illness, they blamed the humans, war was imminent, especially when the humans began to disappear. As an "Honored Healer" you have a magical Diagnostic Sceptor that allows you to access the patients' symptoms and draw a medical conclusion. That being said, the animations and the cutscenes are objectively exquisite. If you aren't a huge puzzle and mini-game fan, you won't enjoy this game very much because you are literally doing them back-to-back.

  8. There once was a time when Elves and humans lived in harmony and worked side-by-side to educate one another with valuable skills. The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders comes in at the four-hour mark and the bonus chapter clocks in another hour — a standard length for a HOPA game. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorite games offered throughout the entire game: 1-Drag color-coded chains of various lengths to their color-coded slots. Something that has impressed me with Domini Games is that they always are striving to improve their games by listening to what we want.

  9. They all use the same story line, the same items, the same puzzles, etc. I like having a record of the story as I go along. You can, however, opt to play a Match 3 Game instead of the mini-games! The story was very interesting and kept me going. Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders masks its mediocre storyline with a cluttered gameplay and from the entertainment perspective, it works!

  10. They were all interesting and not just another jumble of things to look through. Luckily, there is so much to do in Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders that the plot quickly becomes secondary. You can also opt to skip the puzzles instantly in the custom settings! Domini always offers their games in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode, and in the custom settings you can opt to have them start with either easy or hard mini-games, but you can still opt for the opposite per mini-game.

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