Immortal Love: Letter From The Past Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. You awake in a cell with your memories gone to find you’ve been sentenced to death by the cruel Count D’Morten. Luckily, a masked stranger has other plans, and with his help, you manage to escape your prison. Armed with a magical amulet that can turn back time, you must now find a way to restore your memories and save your true love from a tragic fate in this heart-pounding Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: “I was greatly surprised that this game had an exciting twist to it. Found the story line to be interesting, graphics are beautiful. Hidden objects are different and puzzles were fun. Just the right amount of everything for me” - Cynthia, beta tester “This game was so new and original!! I loved it and all the different things going on at the same time and all the collectibles” - Kim, beta tester

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dandelion87 from Love never gives up! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Have you lost what you are searching for? You will find D'Morten's Secret Chest which stores the portraits of all 20 previous wives as well as the 21 Morphing Objects you come across during the adventure. Loved the Bonus Game equally as well as the Main Game. The art was excellent. Very intriguing storyline, one we've heard of before, I'm sure, but to rob the souls of innocent women for one's own gain is criminal in more ways than one. The story puts you in the role of a man who was sentenced to death for the murder of a woman. I collected all 20 portraits and only 19 of the 21 morphing objects. Dialog and various mini-games are part of the recipe as well. The HO scenes had variation and some were more like puzzles. The voiceovers were superb. It was a decent length with the bonus adventure, but could have been longer I would like to see more from this developer. I recommend this game, a definite buy and I believe you will not be disappointed. Some of the mini-games were easy and there were a few that were challenging. Music is great.

The cut scenes were great. The story puts you in the role of a man who was sentenced to death for the murder of a woman. By collecting every item you come across and combining them in ingenious ways, you have to solve a variety of puzzles and riddles. Really enjoyed this nice long adventure. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Have you lost what you are searching for? Thus, with help from a magic amulet that can send you back in time, you have to figure out what really happened and clear your name, as well as rescue the woman in question. Jacques has no clue why he would attempt such a crime, he doesn't even know this woman! Lots of tasks to complete and for the better part made a lot of sense. Some of the mini-games were easy and there were a few that were challenging. Naturally, the main character realizes all this only after he wakes up in prison with no memory of what happened. Hogs are a little different, puzzles are good, map is good, it's just a fantastic game, in every way. The gameplay was inviting and truly exciting. There are also Conversation choices to make, and a whole slew of Achievements to earn. Although D'Morten felt his actions were valid was it really love or obsession, oppression and possession all because of his love for Adele. Thankfully, it works great as a plot mechanic, and people do not seem to be upset at the fact that the gimmick repeats itself so often.

There are lots of inventory items to find and apply to appropriate tasks, some of which are Plus Items requiring some type of interaction or puzzle to solve before the items can be used. Hidden object scenes are interactive and clever. Escape from prison and prove your innocence Immortal Love: Letter From The Past Collector's Edition is a casual adventure game with point-and-click gameplay mechanics and a pretty intricate story. The art was excellent. Hope you all enjoy this one as much as I did. I actually enjoyed this game It's great for the guys as well. I also liked Lost Memories. Characters are intresting and realistic. The music was exceptional. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tdmj5 from Yipee not a Detective game! I'm Here is one of the tunes that was written for this game. When I saw the title, I thought Rated 5 out of 5 by vdixon from Best game I have ever Played Refreshing change! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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Storyline is fun; I like the 18th century setting. The map enabled brisk and fluid transport to other locations. Hogs are a little different, puzzles are good, map Gardens Inc.: From Rakes to Riches good, it's Torys Shop N Rush a fantastic game, in every way. The music was exceptional. In fact, the familiar elements should make it that much easier for casual players to start playing right away. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Have you lost what you are searching for? Inventory items were labeled and interactive and there were complex items to assemble. Has ce bling lots. The puzzles blended will with the story and game. I was missing two and will admit to using the Strategy Guide to work out which two it was, sorry The graphics are great, the puzzles were fun Immortal Love: Letter From The Past Collectors Edition being too mind-bendingly hard or mind-numblingly easy. There are quite a few collectibles and most unusually at the end of the game if you don't have them all, you can continue to play until you find them! Thankfully, it works great as a plot mechanic, and people do not seem to be upset at the fact that the gimmick repeats itself so often. Date published: Fionas Dream of Atlantis 5 out of 5 by ethan from Oooohhh! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tdmj5 from Yipee not a Detective game! I played the entire CE version.

It's caught me from the first scene. Bonus game was short, but they usually are. However 4Friends updated it and it was a very good game. I was missing two and will admit to using the Strategy Guide to work out which two it was, sorry The graphics are great, the puzzles were fun without being too mind-bendingly hard or mind-numblingly easy.. Lots of tasks to complete and for the better part made a lot of sense. The Mini Games tend to be a bit too easy, not necessarily bad, but nothing to write home about either. The gameplay was inviting and truly exciting. You can go back to find them but I was too caught up in the game as usual. Loved the Bonus Game equally as well as the Main Game. I'm usually not a fan of love stories, the storyline has to be really good to capture my attention. Beautiful graphics, plenty of locations. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Have you lost what you are searching for?

I played the entire CE version. No glitches. Escape from prison and prove your innocence Immortal Love: Letter From Whispers Past Collector's Edition is a casual adventure game with point-and-click gameplay mechanics and a pretty intricate story. I deducted a half star for length and for a bit The Happy Hereafter trouble when attempting to use inventory. I recommend this game, a definite buy and I believe you will not be disappointed. I loved this game.


9 thoughts on “Immortal Love: Letter From The Past Collectors Edition

  1. I actually enjoyed this game I was missing two and will admit to using the Strategy Guide to work out which two it was, sorry The graphics are great, the puzzles were fun without being too mind-bendingly hard or mind-numblingly easy.. Obviously, some of the stories can be quite exciting, and there are some fine examples out there. When I saw the title, I thought All is well in the graphics department too, especially when it comes to the environment and the way everything was designed to create a proper atmosphere.

  2. While not all the extra puzzles appealed, the main game was a winner. You have to find morphing objects A few of the items were hard to determine, small and hidden very well but if you can stick it out without using hints, you're all the better for it.

  3. Loved the Bonus Game equally as well as the Main Game. Thankfully, it works great as a plot mechanic, and people do not seem to be upset at the fact that the gimmick repeats itself so often. There are still the typical listed item finds and silhouetted shape finds included.

  4. All that's about to change, and he soon realizes that he's the victim of a curse that has wiped away all his memories, D'Morten's curse! But no.. The story puts you in the role of a man who was sentenced to death for the murder of a woman. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ethan from Oooohhh! I'm Here is one of the tunes that was written for this game.

  5. All is well in the graphics department too, especially when it comes to the environment and the way everything was designed to create a proper atmosphere. Ah, D'Morten, was it all worth it? HOPS were great as they were different most times, hate the usual just looking for an object

  6. The music fit the beautiful scenes. It was a decent length with the bonus adventure, but could have been longer I would like to see more from this developer. No glitches. But no.. Quite the opposite, there's a jailbreak for starters, along with murder, deceit, treachery, greed and of course, an immortal love.

  7. I deducted a half star for length and for a bit of trouble when attempting to use inventory. Music is great. The HOS were varied and interactive and some of which were that you had to match opposites.

  8. I'm giving this game a 5-star regardless of some of the quirks in the game. It's caught me from the first scene. No glitches.

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