Save your kingdom from disaster in Flights of Fancy: Two Doves! You return home from a royal party to discover that your estate has been robbed. Someone has stolen the magic dove that has been in your family for generations. To make matters worse, the king's magic dove has also been stolen, and if the thief learns how to use the power of the two birds, the consequences could be disastrous! With the king missing and the kingdom's citizens falling victim to a strange curse, it's up to you to save the kingdom. Embark on an extraordinary journey in this gorgeous Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! 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:
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The story-line was intriguing and fairy-tale based which I love. It was long! There is the evil Baron Kass with red eyes, who seems to be behind all the badness. The voice overs are nice and the characters are interesting. This review is based on the demo. The voices match the characters which is nice. I ended up clicking almost everywhere on the screen to get it to engage. I played it over 3 days off and on. The Bonus game is long and on the same level as the main game is. The lush vibrant colors, the adorable and not so adorable creatures, the beautiful detail work is a work of art. The normal extras are available as well as 4 levels of difficulty casual, advanced, hard and custom. There are many different Hidden Object Scene types in the game. The map was extremely helpful in figuring out what to do. It is not that we do not enjoy the lively theme of the game, it just feels a little too childish.
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Want no sparkles or prompts but want the skip button to complete in 10 seconds? Fligts is everywhere and the people of Collectoors Kingdom have been turned to stone and you will need to collect the tiny figures along the way. That is simply priceless and adorable! That's when I had to use the strategy guide Joining Hands 2 figure out where I'd gone wrong. I highly recommend this game to everyone!! Want a hint every 3 seconds? I realize she was sad but still sounds raspy. The voice overs match the character type everytime and the characters are great. Dropping or clicking items to make something happen can be tricky. And the gameplay is not always straight-forward - think I'll have to use the strategy guide a few times which I hardly ever have to do. I played the one hour demo. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JC from Excellent Short and simple: wonderful game, well thought out. The scenery was nice and so was the music. Based on the 1 hour demo.
I don't think there is a negetive thing I can say about this game. The fantasy characters are over-the-top, the settings are bright and cheerful and the gameplay feels a little random. I played on the casual level. Not too dark or spooky, Not too much yakkity yak and probably the best part about this were the mini puzzles. Pros: 1. I ended up clicking almost everywhere on the screen to get it to engage. The puzzles so far a bit easy, but maybe that's because I play too many of these The fairies and the interaction with other animals was a pleasant surprise. I really liked this feature a lot. There are many different Hidden Object Scene types in the game. The diary is kind of useless. The strategy guide hasn't really been needed so far, though. The game is whimsical- you have elves, fairies and such.
Worth the money in the amount of levels. Some of the character voices are a bit odd especially one elf who looks like Legolas but sounds like Boromir sorry if the Lord of the Rings references are getting tedious Fantasy Quest but Faerie Solitaire Harvest elves and goblins running around It challenged me to really think about what needed to be done. You have the achievements Fancy:: collect. Most have a reset but there are a couple puzzles that do not Life Quest 2 the reset option, which would be nice as those are the ones that I have the most problems solving and would like to start over. Want no sparkles or Collechors but want the skip button to complete in 10 seconds?
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JC from Excellent Short and simple: wonderful game, well thought out. Flights of Fancy is a well-made, enjoyable game over-loaded with some random critters and cuteness. Some of the character voices are a bit odd especially one elf who looks like Legolas but sounds like Boromir sorry if the Lord of the Rings references are getting tedious :- but with elves and goblins running around It challenged me to really think about what needed to be done. This game was generously long. Takes some thought on how to accomplish the interaction. The storyline is quite unique and mystic. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Snippycat from Engagingly fun. Like in every Ers game they are clear and good. One time, I knew what to place but couldn't get it to go there. Another hit from ERS! There is the evil Baron Kass with red eyes, who seems to be behind all the badness.
After completing the entire game, I am looking forward to playing it over and over again. The fairy and the elf helpers are terrific; each with its own special talents. While a couple of them were repetitive, most were different for a change. Played on casual for the demo and found the games on the easy side but enjoyable. You have to find 15 charmed kingdom inhabitants, 10 achievements and arrows for extra hints. I did enjoy this game and feel it is worth the purchase. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by micheleappleyard from Very nice! The graphics, sound and voices were so very well done. I liked the puzzles, and the different extras in the game was so nice for a change. Evidently there is a second magic dove somewhere hence the title but not yet visible in the demo. You really have to play the demo to appreciate how lovely it is. That is simply priceless and adorable!