Queens Quest V: Symphony of Death Collectors Edition

Brave Giant is back with a magical chapter in the Queen’s Quest series! Welcome to a fresh new world of fanciful fairy tales! Once again take on the role of the talented Shapeshifting Alchemist, the hero of Netherfall, as she is called to the capital to help good King Robert. The quest? To investigate a series of kidnappings where the victims are all children! In this latest and greatest installment to the Queen's Quest series, you will experience an adventure which changes your entire perspective on the kingdom of Netherfall. With odd beasts roaming the streets and an evil queen freshly escaped from prison, the mystery seems to only deepen... and darken. Bring forth all your faculties of potion crafting and morph into a menagerie of animals to solve seemingly impossible puzzles and hidden object scenes. What perils and discoveries await you in Queen's Quest 5: The Symphony of Death?

I really enjoyed finding all the ingredients for the transforming potions. Some do have them, and I wish there were more instead of the same ole same ole. Can't wait to play more. Aside from that, I enjoyed this game. I liked that it was not really all that long as well, felt like something I did for a break rather than it taking all day. I really don't like that! This one is a real pleasure to play! Just couldn't grab the character good enough to move it. Liked everything else but hope the next in the series is better. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GogaO from Awesome game Great series, great newest game. The mini games were great and I didn't end up skipping most of them like I have to do in other games. And the HOG's were amazing as well..


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GogaO from Awesome game Great Koi Solitaire, great newest game. Aside from that, I enjoyed this game. It has a nice amount of hops but the replay of the Sparkle 2 are only four. I haven't played any of the previous Queen's Quest games but I certainly will now. The only complaint I have about it, which is why I only gave it Jewel Quest Solitaire II stars, is that many of the mini games have the deal where you have to place objects in their proper place and moving one will make the others move. I Monster Toons not want it to ever be over. Why so little? The miniature worlds she transforms to are delightful eg. There should only be ONE game, not different versions of the same thing Anyway thanks for a Great Game! Well done developers! Absolutely no acknowledgement of found morphs or collectibles in the bonus section, which pretty much makes finding them pointless. Can't wait for the next one. The graphics and vibrant colors are always beautiful.

Graphics were great, mini games were fun or skippable. There should only be ONE game, not different versions of the same thing This one is a bit more accessible and doesn't spend too much time a fault with the previous games on mixing them. The best of the "Queen's Quest" yet. Sequel is charming and of respectable length. I think the other version was better. But we all have our own taste in games. I am happily not wasting my life finishing the incompetence of "old thinking", Thank You very much. I like the unexpected characters you meet. So is the mini-games, only 4. Anyway, I hope you enjoy playing this. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by heartblob from Queens Quest one of the best I am really enjoying this game, I think better than the previous Queens Quest I have played, they have been excellent games, but I feel this is just a bit better, graphics are excellent, the puzzles although not hard are enjoyable , the hos are very good, an interesting and I think good for any level of play , it is an easy light hearted game enjoy Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by marfa from Why not better reviews?

We had to wait long Sparkle 2 for a real good game to come along. I'm not too crazy about Mini Games; some where ok but others were not good, too much time trying to get the right combination to unlock a door or chest. Absolutely no acknowledgement of found morphs or collectibles in the bonus section, which pretty much makes finding them pointless. There should only be ONE game, not different versions of the same thing This one is a bit more accessible and doesn't spend too much time a fault with the previous games on mixing them. Others have commented about all it has, so I won't go into that.


Only problem I had were the mazes. Absolutely no acknowledgement of found morphs or collectibles in the bonus section, which pretty much makes finding them pointless. Just couldn't grab the character good enough to move it. I like the unexpected characters you meet. Definitely recommend. Storylines, aswell, that their misogyny is so outdated, it is not even "stupid looking funny". The miniature worlds she transforms to are delightful eg. Great job to the team Download and have fun! Lots of unique HOS, beautiful graphics, fun collectibles, and a good storyline. Well done developers! I did not want it to ever be over.. Building a game to simply "make it hard for players to carry through" is not atall what it is about.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GogaO from Awesome game Great series, great newest game. Only problem I had were the mazes. The miniature worlds she transforms to are delightful eg. I think the other version was better. Just loved all of them. Some commentators gave it less stars and I can't understand that. And the HOG's were amazing as well.. Absolutely no acknowledgement of found morphs or collectibles in the bonus section, which pretty much makes finding them pointless. I did not want it to ever be over.. We had to wait long time for a real good game to come along. Do not know how the "old paradigm" keeps missing the point. Building a game to simply "make it hard for players to carry through" is not atall what it is about. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Mudusa Cult I'm asked by King Robert to help find several children that went missing. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Twinkie from Always Fun Let's face it, all these hidden object games are fun!

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8 thoughts on “Queens Quest V: Symphony of Death Collectors Edition

  1. Just loved all of them. Liked everything else but hope the next in the series is better. Why so little? I really don't like that!

  2. The potions box isn't bad but the picture for making things should be large enough to see what you need to do. And the HOG's were amazing as well.. Now, if you are a more advanced hidden object game player, then this one might be a little less challenging for you, but still fun for any level of player. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GogaO from Awesome game Great series, great newest game. The biggest and most annoying part about this game is that there are no reset buttons for puzzles that you slip up on and may want to correct by starting over.

  3. I find it very aggravating, so I skipped all the mini games that had that feature. Come on guys, if you are going to the trouble of including morphs and hidden objects, at the very least you can tot up how many we get! The graphics and vibrant colors are always beautiful. And thhe graphics were wonderful too We had to wait long time for a real good game to come along.

  4. Well done developers! Storylines, aswell, that their misogyny is so outdated, it is not even "stupid looking funny". Can't wait for the next one. Just loved all of them.

  5. I really enjoyed finding all the ingredients for the transforming potions. There should only be ONE game, not different versions of the same thing Definitely recommend. Good combination of hidden object puzzles and other type strategy puzzles.

  6. I play on Casual mode because I want it to be fun, not stressful. The only complaint I have about it, which is why I only gave it four stars, is that many of the mini games have the deal where you have to place objects in their proper place and moving one will make the others move. I did not want it to ever be over.. Anyway, I hope you enjoy playing this. Try it

  7. Come on guys, if you are going to the trouble of including morphs and hidden objects, at the very least you can tot up how many we get! The miniature worlds she transforms to are delightful eg. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Mudusa Cult I'm asked by King Robert to help find several children that went missing.

  8. The potions box isn't bad but the picture for making things should be large enough to see what you need to do. It has some fool with it puzzles I didn't like but this is the worst of it. Can't wait for the next one.

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