Echoes of the Past: The Citadels of Time Collectors Edition

Travel from the Dark Middle Ages to the present to save the inhabitants of the Orion kingdom in Echoes of the Past - The Citadels of Time! The witch is back and is more powerful and inventive than ever! After trapping you in a time limbo, you must use your Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure talents to escape and save the day! The fate of the kingdom is in your hands in Echoes of the Past – The Citadels of Time! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

My only complaint with the game is that some items in the HOS are really picky about where you click them. I found that the Bonus level you get extra is not worth the CE price if you have to buy it for the full price. A truly beautiful, well-put together production. The only downside is the limited number of locations required doing the same handful of HOS multiple times. I would definitely recommend getting the CE, because there is no map and there are lots and lots of places to explore! Good flow and keep you looking for items. All in all, a great game and I hope not the last of this series. The bonus chapter adds to the main story and is fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Clozar from Super Great Game This is the third in a series and everyone of them has been good. Did not need the SG. I'll try to explain it a little better; you complete a HOS, then you come across another HOS and the objects that you found in the 1st scene have to be placed into their correct spots in the next HOS you come to. The good news is he now likes broccoli and spinach. Orneon has always provided good mini-games in Echoes, but they outdid themselves here, giving a huge variety of puzzles with varying degrees of difficulty some of them real easy, many of them difficult. It was more noticeable in the bonus chapter than the main game.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by laurakay76 from Third time's the charm I've played all of the existing Echoes of the Past games, and they are all wonderful. HO scenes are often visited more than once, and there's a bit of back-and-forth, which can become confusing since there's no map. Some of them you have to add objects you've collected from other HOS back into a scene. The only downside is the limited number of locations required doing the same handful of HOS multiple times. Mini games were great. The good news is he now likes broccoli and spinach. Then there was Donald Sutherland playing the part of the grizzly fisherman, so not quite the ordinary people the game usually presents. Your adventure begins with a witch that has trapped you in a museum by taking pieces of a clock and hiding them throughout the museum and throughout different eras of time. Note: You can replay some of the puzzles as one of the bonus extras. The story is compelling and woven beautifully with the challenges. They were very workable, but quite a few of them did require some serious thought. The bonus chapter, which does not affect the ending of the regular game, added an additional 2 hours, making my total game time 8.

Overall I was very, very pleased with the game. All in all, it's a long, challenging and enjoyable game. The latest installment is a worthy successor to the first two. It also utilizes the magic book more in this edition to give you needed clues to solve some of the puzzles. Note: in Advanced mode, there are no highlighted areas, including HOS scenes, except in bonus chapter. The good news is he now likes broccoli and spinach. The graphics are excellent, the background music is not annoying, the HOS are good, the mini games are excellent, the storyline is entertaining and the ending of the main game is satisfying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wendylark from What an Excellent Game Continuous challenges, a lot to do in each "Time Chapter" - never wrote a review before, but this game was the best I've played to date. HO scenes are often visited more than once, and there's a bit of back-and-forth, which can become confusing since there's no map. The story is simple enough: A witch has it in for the House of Orion and has cursed them for centuries. This game does not play straight through again, but doubles you back often, once you go in search of items needed for past scenes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by laurakay76 from Third time's the charm I've played all of the existing Echoes of the Past games, and they are all wonderful.


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Plus the SG offers bonus gameplay, wallpapers and minigames, which I absolutely love. Only skipped on mini-game as it was a of a type i don't care for. The Bloodline of the Fallen: Annas Sacrifice installment is a worthy successor to the first two. All in all, oc a long, challenging and enjoyable game. Voice overs are well done and suitable to the characters with the right amount of emotion. I had really hoped to see a whole plethora of thespians in disguise but it was not to be. Great creative work Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pogoscat from Very Good I really liked this game. Mini games were great. And not only are you trying to free yourself and get back home, but you also must free several different people from different time periods, restore them and their era by repairing their clocks that Coklectors witch has also damaged. The story is simple enough: A witch has it in for the House of Orion and has cursed them for centuries. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wendylark from What an Excellent Game Continuous challenges, a lot to Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues Collectors Edition in each "Time Chapter" - never wrote a review before, but this game was the best I've played to date. The story is compelling and woven beautifully with the challenges. Game was easy to follow. Everything about it is pleasing. I had so much fun playing this game!

I found that the Bonus level you get extra is not worth the CE price if you have to buy it for the full price. The latest installment is a worthy successor to the first two. The others that you help hold the items that you need to repair your clock and get back home. I would certainly recommend this game to all the Big Fishers that enjoy the HOS, adventure, puzzle games! I'm looking forward to playing the next installment. Game was easy to follow. Orneon has always provided good mini-games in Echoes, but they outdid themselves here, giving a huge variety of puzzles with varying degrees of difficulty some of them real easy, many of them difficult. And not only are you trying to free yourself and get back home, but you also must free several different people from different time periods, restore them and their era by repairing their clocks that the witch has also damaged. Rated 5 out of 5 by sasakotor from Great Game! You must find and repair five clocks in order to restore five former residents of Orion Castle to their proper lives; in return, they will supply you with the missing fragments of the great clock that keeps you stuck in limbo. More Echoes of the Past Articles. The game was of good length. The witch is back, you have to travel to various time periods, fix clocks and restore time as it should be. It was lengthy, had a great mixture of HOS and puzzles, the graphics are outstanding, the voice overs are perfect and the storyline is great! The graphics are excellent, the background music is not annoying, the HOS are good, the mini games are excellent, the storyline is entertaining and the ending of the main game is satisfying.

Date published: Rated 5 Roman Adventures: Britons - Season Two of 5 by Clozar from Super Great Game This is the third in a series and everyone of them has been good. All in all, a great game and I hope not the Editoin of this series. I would be remiss, however, if I didn't mention that some of the HOS items are a bit "clicky picky". Pas: has a nice balance of HOS and puzzles and the story is easy to follow and kept me interested throughout the game. Really excelent game. Did not need the SG. A truly beautiful, well-put together production.


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8 thoughts on “Echoes of the Past: The Citadels of Time Collectors Edition

  1. The HOS are crisp and clear and the objects are not terribly hard to find. Note: in Advanced mode, there are no highlighted areas, including HOS scenes, except in bonus chapter. The prophet bore a striking resemblance to George Carlin and I kept waiting for Thomas the Tank to pull up in the middle of his dialogue.

  2. Voice overs are well done and suitable to the characters with the right amount of emotion. Bonus was fun but would not be worth the extra price. The others that you help hold the items that you need to repair your clock and get back home.

  3. Date published: I would definitely recommend getting the CE, because there is no map and there are lots and lots of places to explore! My only complaint with the game is that some items in the HOS are really picky about where you click them. I had really hoped to see a whole plethora of thespians in disguise but it was not to be. I also really enjoyed the Extras that came with the Collector's Edition.

  4. Note: You can replay some of the puzzles as one of the bonus extras. The graphics are excellent, the background music is not annoying, the HOS are good, the mini games are excellent, the storyline is entertaining and the ending of the main game is satisfying. The puzzles are excellent. I also really enjoyed the Extras that came with the Collector's Edition. It was more noticeable in the bonus chapter than the main game.

  5. The story is simple enough: A witch has it in for the House of Orion and has cursed them for centuries. Speaking of learning new things, my latest game endeavor provided me with a bit of a challenge in the puzzle area. I would be remiss, however, if I didn't mention that some of the HOS items are a bit "clicky picky".

  6. The bonus chapter, which does not affect the ending of the regular game, added an additional 2 hours, making my total game time 8. The story is simple enough: A witch has it in for the House of Orion and has cursed them for centuries. I played in Advanced mode had no sparkles so was a little more challenging but had no difficulties. The music and sound effects weren't at all annoying to me, so this was one of the few games that I left all the sound on. Then to figure out where to use it was great.

  7. The graphics are excellent, the background music is not annoying, the HOS are good, the mini games are excellent, the storyline is entertaining and the ending of the main game is satisfying. They have good HOS and puzzles. The story is compelling and woven beautifully with the challenges. The game was of good length. This past week all Max would eat were green things.

  8. Some of them you have to add objects you've collected from other HOS back into a scene. On a side note, I found myself comparing characters to famous actors. This installment has fewer HOS and more puzzles than previous games in the series. Good flow and keep you looking for items.

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