The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will

EleFun Games proudly presents the newest installment of The Keeper of Antiques series! The city of Netville is turning 200, but the celebration is interrupted when an entire building and the people around it disappear in a flash! A dangerous artifact is at work, and it’s up to you to neutralize it. Do you have what it takes to save the city, or will you become the artifact’s next victim? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!


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Sometimes, we carried a bit of inventory with us but mostly, it was obvious what each task was and how to accomplish it. If you prefer the CE Evolver of games this one includes morphing objects, collectible items, and puzzle pieces to find The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will in the various scenes in the game. This review is based upon completed play of the game. Puzzles are, although still on the easy side, created with similar care. I did. I love Elefun games, I can only think of one game they did that I didn't enjoy, and it wasn't this one. The HOs in the game were varied but the minigames were a bit of a disappointment. The puzzles or mini-games are not difficult even though there is one early in the game that was tricky and had me stumped until I finally got it. It contains 8 HOPs, 6 puzzles and 4 mini games, is Snark Busters: High Society sequel to the main game and lasted around one hour and ten minutes for me. Or is it timid? I really appreciated a story game where the story drove the game instead of being an afterthought. Using the map bypasses that. Try the demo and see Dragon Keeper it fits your cup of tea. Puzzles are, although still on the easy side, created with similar care.

I never know whether I should believe her voice or her appearance. This one is pretty much the same thing, but having said that, I did like the story. I really appreciated a story game where the story drove the game instead of being an afterthought. Not very challenging. Yes, there were morphs, puzzle pieces and antiques to find, but were not impossible. Just as a hint, if you are going from place to place, use the map. The puzzles in The Last Will are enjoyable and none of them seemed frustrating to solve. As always, the artefact wasn't thoroughly neutralised, and Alexandra has haunting dreams where she walks through Moore's house and solves HOPs and puzzles. We may click for a close-up of the brass plaquettes, but not of the items themselves. Despite the rather uninspired storyline, this fantasy sequel hooks us in right from the start with an intriguing storytelling technique. The story line held my interest and of course the demo ends as a cliff hanger There is a lot to do in this game and some of the features almost seem to make you think you are playing the CE version. It is not that the story line isn't familiar, it is, but there are many twists to the plot, and the dialogue is specific to each action. They did a great job on this.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nariiska from Spooky delight This next chapter Virtual Families the series certainly won't let you down with another artifact to chase down and a haunted house that challenges you and pushes you out or does it? It's the most magical and addictiv sound at Big Fish … and the actual reason I buy every Elefun CE : Oddly, six of the new tracks are heard exclusively in the bonus chapter. Fortunately, uncle Paul is still around, to see after the matter. Legacy of the Incas being said, lf real heroes here are the hidden object scenes, which are extremely creative, surprisingly challenging, and smartly integrated into the storyline. I like this game. I happen to love the games from this developer and find their HOPS creative and, most WWill, fun to play. I am happy to find a game with bit more balance between HOPS and puzzles. Even if nothing new, this is a well constructed, clever story with a logical flow and a surprising twist. HOPs and soundtracks are Elefun's core skills. Rated 5 out of 5 by own2sphynx from Awesome Game But As always, Thr artefact wasn't thoroughly neutralised, and Alexandra has haunting dreams where she walks through Moore's house and solves HOPs and puzzles. The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will have played similar games of bewitched houses, many times already. There is more Worlds Greatest Cities Mahjong sense of mystery and even though there is a sense of people being controlled it is generally by an artifact and not some truly despicable dark entity. A must buy!! With several modes of play, I chose the custom to set the hint and skip times to the quickest.


The mini games are quite different but not difficult at all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nariiska from Spooky delight This next chapter in the series certainly won't let you down with another artifact to chase down and a haunted house that challenges you and pushes you out or does it? The voiceovers are okay but Uncle Paul seems to have undergone a change as his style and tone are much different. The old-school art style fits well with the slightly muted color palette, and the cinematic cutscenes also add much suspense and excitement to the game. I still wonder why not. Elefun is by now the only dev who has no replayable HOPs or puzzles in the Extras. Try the demo and see if it fits your cup of tea. If you enjoy the paranormal, this game is for you. Will I be able to find them all and save the town. As kerith90angel mentioned, the music is remarkable. It is not that the story line isn't familiar, it is, but there are many twists to the plot, and the dialogue is specific to each action. I highly recommend this game!

Graphics throughout the story were well developed. Download the demo and see what you think. There are collectibles, morphing objects and jigsaw puzzles to put together. The Keeper got an urgent call from Netville; it seems the whole town has been affected by disturbing, paranormal forces. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nariiska from Spooky delight This next chapter in the series certainly won't let you down with another artifact to chase down and a haunted house that challenges you and pushes you out or does it? They often blend well into the background and are not always easy to see. Try the demo and see if it fits your cup of tea. Hats off to the developers. I never know whether I should believe her voice or her appearance. That being said, the real heroes here are the hidden object scenes, which are extremely creative, surprisingly challenging, and smartly integrated into the storyline. Alexandra is sent immediately to investigate. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rpadder from you will enjoy this game I play this game till it was over then a week later played it again..

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from What's Old Is New Again This hidden object game hits a lot of the marks for me. Try the demo and see if it fits your cup of tea. That element of surprise played really strong for me. A deck of cards flutters through the air and builds a pyramide, before disappearing. Exciting game. The way the game incorporates story elements into virtually every single aspect of the game is definitely impressive, and the highly interactive nature of the game also helps elevate the mundane storyline to another level. The ominous and occasionally intense background music works well in the context of the game, the sound effects are plenty, but are not overdone, and the voice-overs are top-notch. Somehow she doesn't succeed to wake up from this nightmare … is it real after all? Despite the rather uninspired storyline, this fantasy sequel hooks us in right from the start with an intriguing storytelling technique. Sometimes, we carried a bit of inventory with us but mostly, it was obvious what each task was and how to accomplish it. Date published: Fortunately, uncle Paul is still around, to see after the matter. Please, do read all the notes, diaries, letters which appear in HOPs or are scattered in scenes; they give a perfectly reasonable background for all the strange things going on. Constantly "loading" even if you just left a scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by worlockslady1 from Great game- Don't miss it.

14 thoughts on “The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will

  1. The end has a romantic touch. I highly recommend this game! Michael is rapt with this place - no, obsessed after a short time.

  2. We see wonderfully crafted items, e. We see for example 30 unique, antique coins, a wild mix of Greek, Roman, Celtic money, either extremely well made And there is that strange camera. This developer always includes a ton of extras in their CE games so they are a very good value if you happen to love finding extra goodies and taking advantage of the in-game strategy guide. The hidden object scenes and the mini games are also intertwined with the plot, which is what I think makes such a good story.

  3. A deck of cards flutters through the air and builds a pyramide, before disappearing. Graphics throughout the story were well developed. Or is it timid? There is a lot to do in this game and some of the features almost seem to make you think you are playing the CE version.

  4. In Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will, you will take on the role of Alexandra and believe me you are certainly going to have your hands full recovering an Artifact that is causing a whole lot of trouble in the town of Netville. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from This Lovely House is Yours to Dwell Make sure to take your umbrella and rubber boots along, because it rains and rains and rains; the beautiful scenery is soaked and everything drips. Somehow she doesn't succeed to wake up from this nightmare … is it real after all? This game managed to capture my attention with a fascinating backstory and great characters. They were pleasant and easy on the eyes.

  5. I still wonder why not. We also enjoy, alas just for a short appearance, our cherished Marquis de Laplace with his weird hairdo. Give it a try and enjoy!

  6. There was logic and I do love logic in games. Worth the money! Your tools include the customary transporter type map that provides a gold star when you have located all of the collectibles and morphing objects in a scene. Voice acting was acceptable but a bit forced at times.

  7. They were pleasant and easy on the eyes. The flow was perfect, the colors and graphics were fantastic, the games and hidden object scenes were fun, the music was appropriate for the scenes it was just marvelous! The voiceovers are okay but Uncle Paul seems to have undergone a change as his style and tone are much different. We may click for a close-up of the brass plaquettes, but not of the items themselves. Fortunately, uncle Paul is still around, to see after the matter.

  8. The voiceovers are okay but Uncle Paul seems to have undergone a change as his style and tone are much different. I liked the colors in the game. I loved collecting all the goodies, This game reminds me of the Paranormal which is seen on TV that I watch from time to time. If you go from one room to another to get to the location you want, you have to wait until that intermediate room loads before you get to the room you want which then must load. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from a wonderful game a great game that can be played in different levels.

  9. Alexandra is sent immediately to investigate. HOPs and soundtracks are Elefun's core skills. Exciting game. Constantly "loading" even if you just left a scene. Graphics throughout the story were well developed.

  10. The story line held my interest and of course the demo ends as a cliff hanger Alexandra is sent immediately to investigate. They run the gamut from the standard collection to minor interaction to puzzle solving. Puzzles are deceptively simple, which are good for keeping things moving without getting bogged down in a particular area. We see for example 30 unique, antique coins, a wild mix of Greek, Roman, Celtic money, either extremely well made

  11. This review is based upon completed play of the game. It does not add much value to the gameplay, but at least it does not require a tedious mini-game to be completed. Yes, there were morphs, puzzle pieces and antiques to find, but were not impossible.

  12. We see for example 30 unique, antique coins, a wild mix of Greek, Roman, Celtic money, either extremely well crafted Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Howatch from Glad I bought the Collector's Edition Very nice game with lots of morphing items, jigsaw-puzzle pieces, and collectibles to add to the fun. The Keeper got an urgent call from Netville; it seems the whole town has been affected by disturbing, paranormal forces.

  13. If you prefer the CE version of games this one includes morphing objects, collectible items, and puzzle pieces to find located in the various scenes in the game. Really got into it. Overall this was a really solid adventure and I will have to check out what I've been missing with the other entries.

  14. Of course, it is one of those tools that will need to be periodically recharged by playing a mini-game. Yes, there were morphs, puzzle pieces and antiques to find, but were not impossible. I happen to love the games from this developer and find their HOPS creative and, most importantly, fun to play. In Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will, you will take on the role of Alexandra and believe me you are certainly going to have your hands full recovering an Artifact that is causing a whole lot of trouble in the town of Netville.

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