EleFun Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Witches' Legacy series! Your mother has mysteriously gone missing while doing research for her new book, but how do you find a city that technically doesn't exist? Carefully trace her steps into a lost city that's filled with mysterious creatures. Team up with your ferret-shapeshifter friend Bertha to find your mother. Can you rescue her before it's too late, or will you become the city's next victim? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!
An exciting game one of the few that I will play again well done. Jack, whose mother was one of Delora's early victims, turns out to be our hero. Overall, an outstanding game that you should definitely try! Big Time!! The HOGs were interactive and very creative, a mix of several types. Many puzzles I have not seen, and the story line and logic followed right to the very end. I usually get through these games in short hours. It's a don't miss. They really create atmosphere. Look at her her, in the makeshift helmet or in her hazmat suit! I thought the ending was just okay, as usually is the case with all the games. Something happened that turned her father into a creature and we don't know much more than that at the start of the game. Had me flabbergasted completely. It's all the more odd, since Elefun presented not so long ago an excellent game about the topic witch hunt and lynch justice: The House on Black River. No dramatic intensification, no final puzzle or grand finale, just ends somehow randomly.
Mari s'inscrit Witches Legacy: The City That Isnt There
IMO this is a 5 star SE game. Even if I am already stuck. The graphics were excellent, sharp and clear and the colors were very suited to the theme of the game. But Delora isn't much better either. Legady: think the animated objects were so artistically done. Color is always very important IMO. I used the custom mode and tried a couple of the others, just to see the difference. With the game modes offered here, everyone should be able to play without struggle Probably because he is Bloom a sleeping pill with his emotionless voice. The only reason to buy the CE would be the soundtrack which is as always top notch. Disappointingly two-dimensional, starting with facial expressions. There were also some minor Solitaire Jack Frost: Winter Adventures 3 where you have to find a certain number of nicely hidden items to Ldgacy: the picture. Oh and you have a cute assistant - Doodle God Griddlers the shape-shifting ferret! Bertha can turn into a ferret and becomes the helper in the story.
Everything from rocks, bugs and flowers to dolls and machines were re-invented in ways that only an imagination on steroids could conjure up. But it truly is the end of the story. Oh and you have a cute assistant - Bertha the shape-shifting ferret! There were also some minor puzzles where you have to find a certain number of nicely hidden items to complete the picture. But she's a good sport as usual, plays even living canon ball to hit a button at the ceiling. The HOGs were interactive and very creative, a mix of several types. I saw her already dancing in front of his nose. The storyline was good and easy to follow, the characters were nicely done and the voices all sounded normal enough. Give it a try. She has turned Sallenvile into a very creepy, bizarre town. There is much to do with lots of broken things to repair, even some stitching and minor potion recipe The puzzles were of average challenge, I did skip one having to do with lighted color tiles. The games were interesting, not extremely hard or frustrating. The HOGs were interactive and multi-layered. I must not forget the most adorable animal helper I have ever seen.
I loved this game because every scene was delightfully detailed and so colorful. The blazing Delora brings to mind medieval pyres and religious torture. You Mad Mouse like it too. Pros - Unique, multi-layer HOGs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lininindy from Very engaging and fun to play.
VideoWitches Legacy 9 - The City that isn't There - Part 1
A charming and quite scary HO game with a decent plot, beautiful graphics and a good but not headbanging level of challenge. Or maybe my expectations are just a little out of whack!! The storyline did drag on a little at some points but I liked that the main character was an adult child trying to save his parent Everything from rocks, bugs and flowers to dolls and machines were re-invented in ways that only an imagination on steroids could conjure up. She probably will be remembered as the witch with the cynical laugh; it's her major feature. With the game modes offered here, everyone should be able to play without struggle The hint and skip options worked very well and there were no tech problems, except that loading between scenes was slow. I used the custom mode and tried a couple of the others, just to see the difference. If you want to know more details, read my review of the CE. I loved this game because every scene was delightfully detailed and so colorful. All in all, I enjoyed the game and will add it to my Witches' Legacy collection. She is a friend of Jack's family who can change into a ferret. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by felixgarnet from Just Stunning! In earlier WL games, we had the good witch versus evil witch, somehow balanced.The only reason to buy the CE would be the soundtrack which is as always top notch. I don't normally purchase this type of game; The graphics are awesome. They really create atmosphere. She is a friend of Jack's family who can change into a ferret. It's the small, unexpected details: a skeleton, jumping from its grave like a jack-in-the-box, a gay scarecrow, naughty, spitting flowers, a one-eyed sand beetle. No blood-shed, awful rituals or snakes to worry about here. All I wanted as a casual player and I hope a Collector's version comes out soon as it's well-deserved. A pity she didn't jump in action when we encountered her feral cousin. The hint and skip options worked very well and there were no tech problems, except that loading between scenes was slow. I usually get through these games in short hours. Regardless, this brand-new adventure with Jack is no less enjoyable than those in its predecessors. Hence, this whole story falls a bit flat for me.