The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book

Elefun Games proudly presents a brand new series, The Keeper of Antiques! You haven't heard from your uncle in several days. When you go to his antique store, you're accosted by someone after one of your uncle's books. What starts as a simple search for your uncle quickly takes an even darker turn as you discover his collection of odds and ends is more than just a hobby. These artifacts have special powers, and one of them has trapped your uncle! Can you rescue him from a book of nightmares before it's too late, or will you become its next victim? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

The HOS's were challenging as were the several mini games. I also liked the fact that you could click on various objects that were unrelated to the objective and they would do something cute e. The challenging part, you have to enter the book to do that. It definitely came off as a professionally created game, and that the makers put thought and effort into making the game logical, interesting, and working and flowing well. This may be a turnoff for some people. Then when I wanted to check the guide it showed me a hint. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tibwit from Didn't bore me like many others Game held my interest throughout. But even with the map and pointing hand I managed to miss one from each group of collections. Can't recommend this highly enough for jaded players. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by digger from variety of games I loved this game. Ver frustrating. The length was just right, not too long definitely not too short, add in the bonus chapter and you have a completely finished story. Author has great sense of humor. I deleted and then downloaded again and tried to open the it but.. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Quillamina from Great Game!

There are morphing objects, puzzle pieces, and collection items in every scene. I didn't have too much trouble with the scene visibility, however, some of the HO scenes wee a bit small in size, they were only a pop up scene, not a full screen. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by digger from variety of games I loved this game. It doesn't even deserve one star! The bonus gameplay was definitely worth the price of the CE. I am one of their biggest fans and probably one of the best customers and I wish I could get my money back for this game since I never even had a chance to play it. It was also clickable so you could go to the map location. There were combination tasks in them as well as in plain sight objects, as well as special tasks within the scenes. Can't recommend this highly enough for jaded players. The challenging part, you have to enter the book to do that. Most importantly, to me at least, was that the game took a good amount of time to complete Guess what? The gorgeous graphics, the interesting and varied puzzles, the inventive HOGs, the weird and compelling storyline. Though, the game was very playable without one on my monitor.


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I deleted it and started up again and? It was also clickable so you could go to the map location. The HOS's were challenging as were the several mini games. I hope they do more in this series, and will look for more EleFun games. The story line was gripping. All in all, what this game is, is what I would Fetch to see in all games. I am now stuck and will delete and try again, I suppose. Unless a storyline is really confusing I don't pay much attention to them, but this one works. It may become my new favorite game. The HO scenes were challenging but not Booi, and were varied so they didn't get boring. HOPs were fun, just lots of variety to the game. There were combination tasks in them as well Boko in plain sight objects, as well as special tasks within the scenes. There are custom difficulty settings so you can choose how you'd like to play as well as choice of tutorials to get you started.

I am now off to find other games of the series. I didn't have too much trouble with the scene visibility, however, some of the HO scenes wee a bit small in size, they were only a pop up scene, not a full screen. I've not had so much fun since Return to Ravenhurst. Soundtrack and graphics were nice. I loved this game. Then I reached the puzzle which has three rings to turn so it formed what I took to be an owl. It may become my new favorite game. Easy to navigate. It is not a really hard game just lots of fun Date published: Unless a storyline is really confusing I don't pay much attention to them, but this one works. Best game I purchased in a long time. Rated 5 out of 5 by KathyC from Very fun game I really enjoyed this game and I'm glad I bought the collector's edition. The map was really good, it showed when you found all the collectibles, if there was a task to be done, and where you were. There are morphing objects, puzzle pieces, and collection items in every scene. I am unable to skip it which is the absolutely the last thing I ever want to do but it won't let me.

Rated 5 out of 5 by KathyC from Very fun game I really enjoyed this game and I'm glad I bought the collector's edition. Arvale: Treasure of Memories graphics weren't exceptional but did the job. Some puzzles and HOPs more challenging than others. Should I repeat my self? In Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse opinion the game is worth every nickel I saved up to purchase it The length was just right, not too long definitely not too short, add in the bonus chapter and you have a completely finished story. Guess what? The scenery is beautiful and yet at times very dark too. It is not a really hard game just lots of fun Date published: This may be a turnoff for some people. The story line was gripping. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Quillamina from Great Game! I am now stuck and will delete and try again, I suppose. The challenging part, you have to enter the book to do that. I didn't have too much trouble with the scene visibility, however, some of the HO scenes wee a bit small in size, they were only a pop up scene, not a full screen.


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I am now stuck and will delete and try again, I suppose. One of the best games I've played in quite some time, very much worth buying the CE. Probably not. The challenging part, you have to enter the book to do that. The story line was gripping. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Quillamina from Great Game! The only thing I thought was missing was a gamma slider. I didn't have too much trouble with the scene visibility, however, some of the HO scenes wee a bit small in size, they were only a pop up scene, not a full screen. Unless a storyline is really confusing I don't pay much attention to them, but this one works. If you are looking for something different you will surely find it in this game. But even with the map and pointing hand I managed to miss one from each group of collections. In the beginning when I started to play the game I enjoyed and that's why I purchased it But right after the first time I tried to start the game it crashed even before it opened.

2 thoughts on “The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book

  1. The game had: Fun game playing and logic puzzles Lengthy amount of time to complete Too much time on the cut scenes, without a reward. Probably not. I've not had so much fun since Return to Ravenhurst.

  2. This is the first game in a while that was truly engaging and challenging. Easy to navigate. Author has great sense of humor.

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