Sunward Games proudly presents another chapter in their classic adventure series The Secret Order! Sarah Pennington is back again, called in to help research a strange almanac that is sealing away an ancient power. Other powerful artifacts are being unveiled as well, and when one attaches itself to Sarah, she finds herself caught up in an ancient battle, one that will conclude when the almanac finally opens. Can Sarah and her allies stop the almanac from opening, or is this really the end of the world? Find out in this bold hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
When people are talking, or something is happening, just wait. What a nice sequel of the Secret Order series! The kingdom is in grave danger. With the loss of the Mother Dragon much has changed since your last visit to the Buried Kingdom and now it faces grave danger if it is to survive. The gameplay in the later chapters were harder for me. The visuals for this game are outstanding! There isn't a deep, gritty murder mystery or a haunted house. The play is not too demanding, the hidden object games are nicely varied and the puzzles are logical. It goes fast enough. There was variety with both the HOPS and puzzles but nothing really stood out as being anything new or different. There are no collectibles. Some of the scenes are interactive ones in which the player searches for items and then replaces them back within the scene. I found the story to be interesting and the pacing of the game is engaging.
Everything about this game is exactly what I want in a great HOPA: a game to keep me entertained and involved as I play my way to the end. There is a menagerie of adorable, cute dragons along with other animals and a plethora of fairy tale creatures. The interactions are smart and HOPs and Puzzles make you think most of the time. Remove bars in sequence to open a portal. The storyline and the dragons were the best part of the game for me. The story is a well-written sequel with the major characters returning, including Droi, your pet dragon, who is now all grown up. Good collectibles indicator. For me the right game to relax and enjoy. Place mirrors to direct 3 beams of colored light to their like-colored disks. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by radrocker from Beautiful and engaging! The HD graphics are awesome and the musical sound effects definitely add to the story. The minigames and HOPs are not too easy, not too hard to play. This is a decent sized game. Switch pieces of an image until all are in the proper location Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yowzasma from A Very enjoyable Game : I agree with the well described positive reviews by my fellow Fishies. I fast-forwarded the dialogue by clicking on it and speed-reading to avoid spending too long on them.
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Yellow marbles are on one side and red on the other. For me the right game to relax and enjoy. Most are easy. There are thirty-three 33 mini-games and all can be replayed after the game is completed. The graphics were gorgeous, the HOG Vagrant Hearts good but not overwhelming. So, this was a great way to spend a few hours in another world, Charma: The Land of Enchantment some fun. Some HOP's and games were easy while a couple others were hard only because I never understood exactly what I was supposed to do. Story line was great. Just as enjoyable as previous editions in the series of The Secret Order a secret society sworn to protect against the Dragon clan. I love all the editions in this series, so this was a definite purchase for me. I liked the story line and the twist that it had. Connect one tube to another by rotating tiles to create a path. As always try it for yourself but if you like games that are put together with love and passion this one is for you!
That being said the list ones were very good and I even had some difficulty finding items. I am shocked that the game only has a combined three star rating!?!? There isn't a deep, gritty murder mystery or a haunted house. I loved the original and when I played the beta for this game I knew it would be an instant purchase for me. Shadow Breach follows the same patter of enjoyment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LilyoftheValley3 from A new, exciting chapter in the series! Bright, vivid colors, great music and sound effects guarantee the fun! A big thumbs up from me! In my opinion, the quality of the Secret Order series is somewhat inconsistent with each release, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that this latest installment is one of the better The Secret Order games. Has 15 wallpapers and 15 concept art. Moving tiles puzzle. I would be cautious, it says that it will run on Remove bars in sequence to open a portal.
Place mirrors to direct 3 beams of colored light to their like-colored disks. Thanks for all the years of enjoyment. A big thumbs up from me! There isn't a deep, gritty murder mystery or a haunted house. With a little Wonderland Solitaire input on advice, this game would be one of the best I have played recently. The play is not too demanding, the hidden object games are nicely varied and the Seccret are logical. This game had it all for me and I hope you will try the demo to see if you will enjoy the game as well. The visuals for this game are outstanding!
Happy gaming! Another lovingly created game by Sunward Games, another great game in the series to play. There are thirty-three 33 mini-games and all can be replayed after the game is completed. Both of you, Julie and Droi the dragon must journey thru countless obstacles in search of the precious egg Mother Dragon has devoted her life to protecting, but a menacing villain may be your biggest threat or could it be something far more sinister? Story line was great. A keeper. The minigames and HOPs are not too easy, not too hard to play. With the loss of the Mother Dragon much has changed since your last visit to the Buried Kingdom and now it faces grave danger if it is to survive. The gameplay was enjoyable and seemed to flow well. Connection puzzle. It goes fast enough. For me the HOPS were excellent although many were the mini type or storybook which is my least favorite.