Reflections of Life: Equilibrium Collectors Edition

Brought to you by GrandMA Studios, makers of Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams and the Whispered Secrets series! You've been summoned to Creatos to save Princess Espera, who has been attacked and ensnared by magical vines. But when a group of strange monsters arrives suddenly and captures the Queen, you quickly realize that the princess' plight was just a distraction. Without its Queen, the World of Fantasies will begin to crumble... and once Creatos falls, the rest of the world will soon be destroyed! Now, you must set out on a journey through several magical worlds. Can you reveal the villain, return the Queen, and restore balance to the world in time? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

Throughout the game you will hear dogs barking. Untangle ropes by switching nodes from the rope. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. Sure the storyline wasn't exceptional, but the audio and video was. I actually didn't mind as the storyline really took a backseat to everything else in this game. Voices were well done and fit the character and age, with some emotion as well. Really great graphics, tons to do and best of all it actually had some challenge. Since I finished yesterday I had a picture of the black haired girl with the roses on either side of her head on my PC. From this other dimension entered Henrick, an alien offering a cure for the ravages of this disease. I thought the Demo would never end. Game play was good, with no glitches or problems during the demo. I'm in the Bonus Chapter now and there is a new problem which is not surprising, but it should be lots of fun to play. Playing this game was tedious. You can replay seven 7 mini-games and fifteen 15 HOP scenes from the main game. Every single game they have made are the best of the hidden object games on Bigfishgames.


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They are plenty large enough to see and quite easy to find. Except I couldn't pick them up in Kurtz's shop, so Vagrant Hearts waited and later in the bonus chapter I was back at EcoMahjong shop and pick up three and went to the collectibles and pick up the one I missed. In this weird Reflections of Life: Equilibrium Collectors Edition it will be our task to help with a working cure. However, this is a GAME, not an animated video. There is only one collectible — love letters. You'll have numerous objects to locate and you won't find them right away either. A discreet helper, an owl, will assist us — sort of accessory of this series. There are however a ton of the Love Letters to find, usually, 3 per scene, and the good news is that you can return to the scene to search for letters you may have missed if you select the Dove Icon associated with that particular scene. I do not know if the game is worth it or not because I couldn't even finish the Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone. The only technical difficulty I encountered was that the game crashed about five times. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. But even with the jump map, this game is very challenging. When I beta tested this one, I gave it a 3. A few years ago, the Sages activated a portal to a parallel dimension. You will be completing many, many tasks and tasks within a task; and thanks to the jump map you won't go crazy wondering where to go next, although the game I played previously had no transporter map and it was extremely challenging to get around.

There are no morphing objects. Since I finished yesterday I had a picture of the black haired girl with the roses on either side of her head on my PC. You are off to locate him. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by camilito34 from Best game this year! The colors were somewhat muted with hints of blue and purple, which is quite tiring on the eyes. Below is a list of brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate the petri dish to align the shaped puzzle pieces. The puzzles I encountered included a jigsaw puzzle and matching pairs…no thanks. All he does is fly to some location and flap his wings back-and-forth. Puzzles were extremely simple and took no time or thought to complete. Just played Reflections of life and could not stop playing it!. My only not so positive was the storyline. Date published: Replay the HO scenes and the mini-games.

Colors and story line may be great but the waiting is tough. There are two which I did enjoy playing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krystal59 from Totally my kind of game!! You can also switch to a match 3 game if you get tired of the HOPs. I highly recommend this game. The Mini Games are in abundance and most have different steps, but none seem to be too difficult or too frustrating. While the first Collectprs scene was actually creative, the rest were basic interactive lists. Every location had many things to find or unlock. If I just trialed it I wouldn't Bubble Zoo 2 bought it. Unfortunately, I was not enamored Editikn this King Arthur. This dev often flies under the radar.


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I really enjoyed the one with the daffadils. Also, that Gimmick has three parts to it and I sometimes forgot the third part and had a problem - not a bad problem just a bit aggravating. You can replay seven 7 mini-games and fifteen 15 HOP scenes from the main game. Since I did not finish the bonus chapter, I have no idea how many of those there are from that chapter. If Michael expected me to research and formulate a cure, why did he break both the lenses AND the focusing knob on the microscope? There is not much to the story behind this game; there is very little dialogue. This game made me work for them and I did find all Mini games are ok, could be better. I buy games weekly and love them.. It is more of a fantasy game. Replay the cutscenes and check out the concept art. I highly recommend it! The old evil mwa ha ha guy who wants to take over all worlds and despite having lots of opportunity, seems unable to stop you. Place nine items into slots in a box by row and column so they match up by type and color. Really well done.

You can also switch to a match 3 game if you get tired of the HOPs. Unfortunately, I was not enamored by this game. Equilibrium should change that. With the slow pace and lackluster HOP scenes, this game is very boring. I used a lot of Hints. I played for 89 min. Sometimes I buy a game just for the graphics. There were three collectibles in every scene. So far, I have found three in each scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by camilito34 from Best game this year! The inventory panel locks open. I have to applaud the developers on this one because of the variety of clever puzzles and innovative HOS and the graphics, and music. Then there were all the extras thrown in like your owl who gets up to high places you can't reach and who covers up and has a nap if you are still for too long.

14 thoughts on “Reflections of Life: Equilibrium Collectors Edition

  1. However, the quality here does not match the quantity. Save the citizens of Creatos and the other worlds in the bonus chapter. The game was a fun way to spend some time but I didn't like the story premise. The inventory panel locks open.

  2. Kind of looks like beach glass I collected Love Letters. And I'm a player that notices detail, right down to things like small red flowers in a scene. Is he a friend or foe? Most of the hops were interactive thanks, I hate the boring piles and not too many but still I could have done with less. I thought "finally"!

  3. After graduating from pharmacy school with honors, you are off visit your friend Michael. Lead your character through a maze. Just a ton of things to do in this one. I thought "finally"!

  4. It was also beautiful with great use of color and tons of detail. An immersive storyline and challenging, innovative gameplay are most important to me. The conceptual presentation of each world is utterly fantastic.

  5. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by camilito34 from Best game this year! I purchased this game and then regretted it. I dislike helpers in games and his presence in the game is somewhat erratic. You must collect all of them to uncover a hidden puzzle at the end of the game.

  6. Thanks for the reviews. Ye Olde Rope puzzle. Best puzzle in the game. Animation was very good. I dislike helpers in games and his presence in the game is somewhat erratic.

  7. The inventory panel locks open. Since I finished yesterday I had a picture of the black haired girl with the roses on either side of her head on my PC. You ramble between two parallel universes traveling from city-to-city seeking an endless number of inventory items. I highly recommend this game.

  8. I think the achievements look pretty. I do not want it to end. When devs start putting in some effort, so will I. There are so many jellyfish that I kept thinking that maybe I was somehow supposed to do something with them but clicking on them or trying to catch them resulted in nothing. Thanks for the reviews.

  9. There are no morphing objects. The inventory panel locks open. He is suffering from a disease, Senetka, which was contracted by the people of his village with the opening of a parallel universe. I'm sure there will be more in the Bonus Chapter.

  10. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items back into the scene, Multiples of the same object finds, and Interactive List finds available. I do not know if the game is worth it or not because I couldn't even finish the demo. As the disease began to spread, Henrik arrived from the Cities to offer a cure in exchange for our children, to supposedly join his court.

  11. Earns five stars from me. It is more of a fantasy game. A discreet helper, an owl, will assist us — sort of accessory of this series.

  12. Replay the cutscenes and check out the concept art. Too often everyone has a voice except you so it was nice. I do not want it to end. If Michael expected me to research and formulate a cure, why did he break both the lenses AND the focusing knob on the microscope? Henrik, ruler of one of the cities, offered medicine in exchange for young men for his court.

  13. You are off to locate him. The inventory panel locks open. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainworm from Healer and detective - Cure the disease, that struck, when opening the portals and find the one, who is behind it We play as Elva, a graduated pharmacist. For the puzzles I loved two mazes and in the bonus chapter I liked putting together multi colored glass to make different animals.

  14. Most of the scenes are not thematic — just a random assortment of items. While the first HO scene was actually creative, the rest were basic interactive lists. But it is not only the epidemic, that rises problems.

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