Immortal Love: Black Lotus Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. 4Friend Games proudly presents the next thrilling installment of the Immortal Love series! The joyous eve of your wedding is interrupted when your fiancé receives a mysterious black lotus and falls ill! While she rapidly ages, it’s up to you to find the flower’s sender and save her before it’s too late. Do you have what it takes to stop history from repeating itself and save an entire village? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: “I absolutely enjoyed playing this game! The artwork was beautiful with vivid colors in the graphics. The characters were perfectly voiced. The mini games and hidden objects were creative. This game was outstanding. I cannot wait until the full version is released!” - Patricia, beta tester “Thanks for the beta! I love 4 Friends Games! Their games are long-lasting and I feel I get my money's worth. The storylines are always engrossing...and tragic, but I get so wrapped up in them! Fantastic gameplay, love the hidden object scenes. The puzzles are actually fun to work! I know I'll get this game when released. I look forward to any game from this developer!” - Marcus, beta tester


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There are some innovative new features in this game. The art work and colours are stunning. Rating: 1 B. Sequence puzzle. For me, this game is a vast improvement from previous games in this series. It appears that this developer has fine-tuned the graphics so there is no blurry imaging as in prior games. I am glad that I used a free credit to Editiln the game. I love hidden object games but not when you have to keep walking around just to find Editin or two objects. The adventure part of this addition may be perceived as a cookie-cutter experience for long-time advanced HOPA players and for some players the puzzles may seem uninspired and somewhat tedious. Beginning with the smallest air bubble, accumulate air bubbles in sequential order according to size — from smallest to largest. However, the exciting The Poppit! Show and the multi-faceted characters in Immortal Love: Black Lotus makes it worthwhile. The battle scenes I played in the demo do not rely upon some bullseye game. Every single aspect is crafted to perfection, from the epic cinematic Sparkle Unleashed to the tiniest details in the scenes.

Although the storyline is beautifully executed, fans who are familiar with the genre know this theme has been done countless times before. Moving one spike affects the others. Can you stop this evildoer and save your bride? Maybe a glitch, or maybe they really were programmed to do that once an area is cleared of main game tasks - I don't know. I was thrilled to find this game available today. He should know that good always wins over evil. Beautiful scenery, great unfolding storyline, easy mini-games, items used pretty quickly, not very much back and forth, lovely music and mostly very pretty hidden object scenes. If he only knew that turning back the clock can be detrimental to your health and mental stability. And this game is nice because you can usually use the objects in your inventory right away. There is one which is a logic problem and one which I consider my favorite puzzle of the demo. The puzzles are variations of ones seen in previous games. I managed to complete the main game after about three hours, and the bonus chapter in 45 minutes. On the eve of your wedding, your bride, Christina is given a deadly lotus flower as present from a local woman.

But why would anyone want to kill your bride? This latest installment in the Immortal Love series once again combines a romantic storyline with paranormal elements, and does so successfully. I like this game very much. The blossoms move clockwise after each Inspector Parker of clicks. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from This is what makes a good game I forgot what a good game was like, having played a series of mediocre ones for so long. Switch tiles so that in each column the two tiles are related to each other in some way. They consist of some easy matching puzzles and sequence puzzles. Rating: 2 I. The battle scenes I played in the demo do not rely upon some bullseye game. They are very well blended into the scenery and difficult to find, not because of how well they are hidden, but because the graphics are so blurry. You have the option to play a Match-3 in lieu of the scenes.


Switch tokens to restore a fresco. There are twist and turns, in this story. Personally, I prefer Collectible and Morphing Objects that are only offered within the CE versions, but really the only extra offered in this game is the hidden Phoenix birds, so because of the length and absence of a long game, I recommend this version over the CE version. Unfortunately, not! It has great puzzles, graphics, and the great fun factor I have to have. I haven't been reading the dialogue so I cant tell you how the storyline is but I've given the storyline 5 stars because they haven't interrupted the game with dialogue on every level. Rating: 1 F. I'm still playing it after 3 months and still haven't finished it yet. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Love at first sight Despite the storyline is nothing new, I loved it! The music is great and its really hard to take a break! I love hidden object games but not when you have to keep walking around just to find one or two objects. The story is a little far-fetched but does provide a good vehicle for this game.

Rating: 2 Date published: The only reason I chose to give a 4 star rating is because Immortal Love: Black Lotus has such a short length. I recommend you try the demo and experience it for yourself This is a really fun, easy game to relax and enjoy. I purchased this game! I haven't been reading the dialogue so I cant tell you how the storyline is but I've given the storyline 5 stars because they haven't interrupted the game with dialogue on every level. Flowers feature heavily within the scenes. The graphics issue was one of my biggest turnoffs with this game, the colors seem faded and whitewashed, blurry and undefined, a huge disappointment. There is a jump map that also shows collectibles, but I had to click on the demo again and go back and check - I was so immersed in the story, I realized afterward I didn't use it once. At least when you walk back and forth in this one the scenery is beautiful and you only have to walk back and forth a couple of times before you can move on to a new scene. Switch puzzle. Maybe a glitch, or maybe they really were programmed to do that once an area is cleared of main game tasks - I don't know. There is a good flow to the story, which is quite good and easy to follow.

Every single aspect is crafted to perfection, from the epic cinematic renderings to the tiniest details in the scenes. Personally, I hate these mini-games. When she is completely drained of energy, when the petals of the flower are completely black, she will die. They are very well blended into the scenery and difficult to find, not because of how well they are hidden, but because the graphics are so blurry. If you are looking for something that will really strain your gray matter this would not be the game for you. They consist of some easy matching puzzles and sequence puzzles. Click a button to switch between the halves. The artwork is beautiful, gorgeous characters, mostly easy mini puzzles, excellent cut scenes. And this game is nice because you can usually use the objects in your inventory right away. The adventure part of this addition may be perceived as a cookie-cutter experience for long-time advanced HOPA players and for some players the puzzles may seem uninspired and somewhat tedious. Nothing to complain about except, I wish it was longer and that's just me being greedy because I was enjoying the game so much! This edition may not be my personal favorite among in the series but it is equally entertaining as the previous editions. I used the hint button several times just to move the game along. Once the victim receives this cursed, deadly flower, there's no escaping the inevitable, and when those petals turn completely black, the victim is doomed. Do you have what it takes to rescue your beloved?

6 thoughts on “Immortal Love: Black Lotus Collectors Edition

  1. However, I do wish there was at least one puzzle which was a little more difficult to solve. Some people just cannot be happy with themselves and get on with enjoying their lives. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Guide pink bubble over clear ones from smallest to largest. You must decide which of three actions to take to thwart the guard.

  2. I managed to complete the main game after about three hours, and the bonus chapter in 45 minutes. Beautiful scenery, great unfolding storyline, easy mini-games, items used pretty quickly, not very much back and forth, lovely music and mostly very pretty hidden object scenes. The adventure part of this addition may be perceived as a cookie-cutter experience for long-time advanced HOPA players and for some players the puzzles may seem uninspired and somewhat tedious. Couldn't wait to find out the next part of the story.. Flowers feature heavily within the scenes.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from wow Matching puzzle. The artwork is beautiful, gorgeous characters, mostly easy mini puzzles, excellent cut scenes.

  4. You will search for items at times more than one item within the center of these flowers. Find 3 cats, 3 dogs and 3 eyes. Sequence puzzle. There is an indicator bar at the left of the screen to indicate if there are any collectibles within the scene.

  5. They consist of some easy matching puzzles and sequence puzzles. In my opinion this has been a very relaxing game. The graphics and beautiful artwork paired with the immersive story and great characters are tops - these kinds of games draw me in.

  6. The graphics and audio are impressive. It is not to difficult , straight forward and never boring. Switch tiles so that in each column the two tiles are related to each other in some way. The Count is allowing his vanity to cloud his judgement and what he doesn't realise, is that, for every reaction, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Story isn't new but a great twist.

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