Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past Collectors Edition

From Domini Games, the studio that brought you the Mystery Tales series, comes another Labyrinths of the World game! The past isn’t set in stone. Now’s your chance to change it! This time, you’re tracking down a fellow agent who seems to have gone rogue to save his beloved. But does his quest for these powerful relics mask a more insidious plot? Find out in this hidden-object puzzle adventure game full of twists and turns! Play morphing, listed, and interactive HOPs, Match-3 games, and more!

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Why not have the option to go back into the game to search for things we've missed I have a suggestion for the dev's. I enjoyed it so very much that I played it 3 times It is interesting from the very beginning. The lip-synced voiceovers are generally very good, but there is one that could have been better. This is one of the ones that grabbed me immediately. Changing the Past is a game that offers almost everything I look for that, at least for me, makes a game one that I will enjoy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by j62janet from Excellent game Graphics amazing Story fantastic, with an unexpected turn around! I almost skipped that one but did make it through without too much trouble. Overall it is a decent CE package. Not everyone will like this game as much as I do but I think it is excellent as I am enjoying the storyline and gameplay. We also found the color scheme in some of the scenes to be very distracting and some of the characters to be somewhat awkward. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past Collector's Edition Another great game in the series Date published: However, there is a couple that can be considerably frustrating to solve. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tommym from good puzzles and story Fun game and many puzzles that are actually fun while challenging.

I played a game recently that had this feature. There are also achievements to earn and the other standards that we find in most CE games that include bonus gameplay, a strategy guide, replay of HOPS and mini-games, wallpapers, concept art, and music. We also found the color scheme in some of the scenes to be very distracting and some of the characters to be somewhat awkward. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by j62janet from Excellent game Graphics amazing Story fantastic, with an unexpected turn around! I have to admit, I wasn't a huge fan of the bonus level Sadly, the items are far too easy to spot — we cleared each of the scenes within minutes. Unfortunately, after playing this installment — we are still not a fan of the series. The bonus play took me, 1hr 30min Total gameplay 6 hr. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nowyouvedoneit from Interactive Game But is this just an innocent act of love or is it just a mask for his insidious true intention? And when you think the story has ended, it takes you to a different world, fantastic. The final area of SE play has gorgeous pinks and natural tones. The HOPS are varied with some interaction required to find a few of the items. Give it a try


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Find 18 artifacts, og puzzle pieces and 15 statuettes. I have a suggestion for the dev's. I played a game recently that had this feature. I almost skipped that one but did make it through without too much trouble. I like the intense color palette the artists used to create the graphics much more than I do those in a game where everything is pink, purple and blue. What was Lbayrinths searching for and why? Still, Changing the Past plays very smoothly and for most of the time, it is quite enjoyable. My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Labyrinths of the World Changing the Past is a game that you will also enjoy. The bonus play took me, 1hr 30min Total gameplay 6 hr. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Weather Lord: Legendary Hero! Collectors Edition of the World: Changing the Past Collector's Edition Another great game in the series Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tommym from good puzzles and story Fun game and many puzzles that are actually fun while challenging. All in all I really liked this game. Chapter 4 has a storyline twist I was not a fan of.

Not to mention that the visuals are miserable this time around. Why not have the option to go back into the game to search for things we've missed The game offers four modes of gameplay including a Custom Mode so you have the option to set up gameplay for the way you like to play. I liked it! Unfortunately, after playing this installment — we are still not a fan of the series. Don't forget to look for morphing items and souvenirs. It was perfectly done. It is interesting from the very beginning. Instead of talking from the side of the screen with text, they have a moment of 3d while they come close to the for-front and they look so real as they talk. There is one HOP where we need to find all of the morphing objects in order to open the list of items to be found. I generally like games from this development team and find that in general they present a bit more challenge that is something most of us want in HOPA games. All of the Bonus play takes place in the future

Everything about this game is perfect! The bonus play took me, 1hr 30min Atlantis Evolution gameplay 6 hr. All of the Bonus play takes place in the future Date published: Rated 5 out Professor Fizzwizzle and the Molten Mystery 5 by andrewhow53 from Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past Collector's Edition Another great game in the series Date published: The hidden object scenes in Changing Pasy Past come in all formats imaginable, Editlon Match 3 mode is also provided.


It was perfectly done. Still, Changing the Past plays very smoothly and for most of the time, it is quite enjoyable. There is a 12 question test to determine what age in history you might fit into. My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Labyrinths of the World Changing the Past is a game that you will also enjoy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past Collector's Edition Another great game in the series Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by j62janet from Excellent game Graphics amazing Story fantastic, with an unexpected turn around! The game has a diary, a great portal task map, and a helpful step by step hint. The graphics are not terrible, and there are definitely some impressive parts — but the quality is inconsistent and there is an unhealthy amount of fuzzy spots. Your tools include an interactive map and a watch that allows you to turn back time so that you can avoid dangerous situations. The game offers four modes of gameplay including a Custom Mode so you have the option to set up gameplay for the way you like to play. So there are no more collectibles in the bonus play. But is this just an innocent act of love or is it just a mask for his insidious true intention? There is an in game 50pg walkthrough guide that I used several times to progress.

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  1. Not everyone will like this game as much as I do but I think it is excellent as I am enjoying the storyline and gameplay. There are also achievements to earn and the other standards that we find in most CE games that include bonus gameplay, a strategy guide, replay of HOPS and mini-games, wallpapers, concept art, and music. This time you receive an alarming call from the director of the agency who needs your help when your friend and colleague, Peter, disappeared shortly after he searched the archives to locate several items that the agency classified as extremely dangerous. It was perfectly done. The bonus chapter was a surprise going into the future.

  2. Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past tells a recycled story that involves a villain, time-travel and juts a hint of romance. The scenes were well-crafted and most of the items were fairly easy to find even though some of them were very well hidden. Everything about this game is perfect! Find 18 artifacts, 41 puzzle pieces and 15 statuettes.

  3. Similarly, the majority of the puzzles are either very pedestrian or braindead easy. The bonus play took me, 1hr 30min Total gameplay 6 hr. Still, Changing the Past plays very smoothly and for most of the time, it is quite enjoyable. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nowyouvedoneit from Interactive Game Your tools include an interactive map and a watch that allows you to turn back time so that you can avoid dangerous situations.

  4. The HOPS are varied with some interaction required to find a few of the items. It was perfectly done. However, there is a couple that can be considerably frustrating to solve. At its core, it is a fine game - but it lacks the challenge and the freshness. The game has a diary, a great portal task map, and a helpful step by step hint.

  5. There is an in game 50pg walkthrough guide that I used several times to progress. My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Labyrinths of the World Changing the Past is a game that you will also enjoy. Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past tells a recycled story that involves a villain, time-travel and juts a hint of romance. Just an idea.

  6. The Spybot is cute. The scenes were well-crafted and most of the items were fairly easy to find even though some of them were very well hidden. The SE portion ends quickly and leaves you hanging. There is one HOP where we need to find all of the morphing objects in order to open the list of items to be found. Sadly, the items are far too easy to spot — we cleared each of the scenes within minutes.

  7. This time you receive an alarming call from the director of the agency who needs your help when your friend and colleague, Peter, disappeared shortly after he searched the archives to locate several items that the agency classified as extremely dangerous. I am glad I purchased the CE. At its core, it is a fine game - but it lacks the challenge and the freshness. It is interesting from the very beginning.

  8. I am sure you will know the puzzle I am referring to as soon as you see it. But is this just an innocent act of love or is it just a mask for his insidious true intention? Changing the Past is a game that offers almost everything I look for that, at least for me, makes a game one that I will enjoy. My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Labyrinths of the World Changing the Past is a game that you will also enjoy.

  9. The scenes were well-crafted and most of the items were fairly easy to find even though some of them were very well hidden. Don't forget to look for morphing items and souvenirs. I have to admit, I wasn't a huge fan of the bonus level Unfortunately, after playing this installment — we are still not a fan of the series.

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