The cold has come to the Lost Lands in the middle of the summer. Folk are hiding inside, trying to warm their homes while the deep freeze threatens their lives. The elders say that the spirit of the Frozen Mountains has awoken, but they were mistaken. The real cause lies deep in the ancient history of the Lost Lands, when the world was young. Join Susan on her quest to find the source of the sudden winter and help her bring warmth back to the Lost Lands.
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Once again, you play Susan in this game. In the CE the bonus is about Maaron and Lodt which is separate to the main story. It's not often that I give a game 5 stars but this one deserves it. This one has just Lost Lands: Ice Spell right level of challenge. I played them all and really enjoyed them. Something which was impossible on a couple of them. Everything was very good, fun and challenging. The Lost Lands series is back in full force! Not always easy. I never pay much attention to the sound, so it must not have been bad, Risen Dragons I didn't even notice it. There are lots of locations to go to. All up the game, bonus and extras Jewel Match Royale 2: Rise of the King Collectors Edition me over 10 hours to complete, so well worth your hard-earned money. Date published:
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lucylulu82 from Great game! I do not like to use hints or skips. Game is awesome! You must find one thing and use it to progress to the next thing. I loved roaming around each beautiful scene never knowing what to expect next. I love love love this series and hope it continues for some time. Most important for me is the puzzles. My review is based on playing the entire game. Everything was very good, fun and challenging. I did have to skip a couple though due to frustration but it was still great. The Lost Lands have frozen over in spring, and she has to help solve the problem. I played them all and really enjoyed them. Not always easy. I played the CE and still have it on the computer to play again very soon.
I played for a long time and was still sorry to have finished it. Game is awesome! It's not often that I Cooking Trip Collectors Edition a game 5 stars but this one deserves it. It is a long game and one can get bogged down in the back and forth which is why I love the maps. I do not like to use hints or skips. I especially enjoyed the little goblin guy, who reminded me of Dobby from Harry Potter.
In this game we are again playing as Susan. Perhaps this was a glitch in my game but it happened more than once. Once again, you play Susan in this game. I loved roaming around each beautiful scene never knowing what to expect next. It's not often that I give a game 5 stars but this one deserves it. Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Great Game. Something which was impossible on a couple of them. Actually, I did not know it was a series! This one has just the right level of challenge. The puzzles were challenging but not stupid hard. There are a huge variety of mini-games to play - some of which are very challenging. A good amount of HO's and they were not "just find", it was "find and use". It took me about 2. Really enjoyed this one, never played this series before, so it was a pleasant surprise!
The characters were actually worked out well and the story kept me going. Well done to the devs. The characters are as always interesting. There are quite a few cut scenes but it is not distracting and adds just the right information. In this game we are again playing as Susan. My review is based on playing the entire game. The story line, graphics and challenge makes this game series one of my favourites. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also reasonably creative and definitely very entertaining. The games are so incredibly fun to play. I enjoyed the locations, the mini games and the challenge as i set the difficulty to high, however it wasnt fustratingly difficult. The minigames were varied. The interactive map works well in you need it. Not all of the tasks are mundane and not all of the solutions are obvious. Date published:
I played them all and really enjoyed them. You must find one thing and use it to progress to the next thing. The one-hour bonus chapter adds another layer of storyline to the four-hour main game. Cudos to the developer for continuing the excellence in this game. I loved roaming around each beautiful scene never knowing what to expect next. All the mini-games are fun to do and there were a few I hadn't seen before as well. The minigames were varied. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by worlockslady1 from Another great game in the series. The graphics are beautiful: all these worlds, with snow or gloomy trees. Most important for me is the puzzles. Story line is a new one, different from most and holds your interest. The hidden object games are highly interactive silhouette where you find one item to use to find another, etc.