Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side

Domini Games proudly brings you a tale of dangerous prophecies and savage betrayal based on the Indian myths of the animal world in Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side! Your vacation to India started as planned until an unexpected thief lured you into the hidden world of the animal kingdom. Now you’ve been recruited to help Nanda, the benevolent elephant queen, and her allies protect Princess Manu, the only human in the animal world, from the wrath of Jagan, the Tiger King, and his fearsome cohorts. Can you save Princess Manu and bring peace to the animal kingdom? You’ll need the curiosity of a cat and the cunning of a fox to find out in this ferocious Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!

The animals all talk. However, I do have one caveat - it was jarring to see a white British orphan portrayed as the princess. The animals have lived in peace for many years because of a single human inhabitant, Princess Manu who was raised by the Jungle Queen elephant, Nanda. Voices, Music and details were superb. Just for the fantasy it is worth it. Riding a dolphin was not fun. It's a total winner! Guide said randomly generated. Within the walls of the Hawa Mahal, known as the Palace of Wind, are a thousand windows. The only reason I can remotely fathom using a young white girl, is as a tribute to Kipling, who was born in Mumbai Bombay in as the son of British colonials. The guide has 33 butterflies. Furnish your Tree house with butterfly points. But that in no way detracts from the game.

They are wonderful and far better than any Disney or other film can possibly portray, and very accessible, as they were written for children. Peace is a difficult thing to keep, however, especially when legends speak of a human prophecy that ends with human triumph. Just sticklers against any thing fun. It would be perfect for beginners and intermediate players. Generally, animals are not my first choice, But having animals as the main and minor characters was a very unique storyline. Riding a dolphin was not fun. I liked most mini-games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mariekje71 from A beautiful game. Playing on the easiest difficulty settings, I completed the main game in roughly five hours and the bonus chapter in an hour. I really liked the Crocodile Island and city. A real gem. Date published: It's something to just want to stop and take in the beauty of the scenes.

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There isn't as much collectibles as you think and you could be at a scene and not collect anything. I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It's something to just want to stop and take in the beauty of the scenes. I had to stop and play over several evenings. Replay 18 hops, 20 mini-games, 5 music and 32 videos. Peace is a difficult thing to keep, however, especially when legends speak of a human prophecy that ends with human triumph. The world Daily Mah Jong this game is astosnishing to look at. Date published: There are other inconsistencies - Lemurs are not found Sife India, for example. Really enjoyed this game and highly recommend it. I particularly liked the absolutely great artwork and the story. Settlement: Colossus sticklers against any thing fun. The Labyrintths had a nice hint of some of the Labyfinths aspects of India, which I also enjoyed. There is nothing childish about that.

Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side takes the franchise to new heights with its first-class visuals and exciting storyline. Others have rightly praised the beautiful artwork in both the games and the Match 3 alternative to the HOS, and I concur. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ColoradoGold from A journey into the Wild Side I liked this game - beautiful artwork and realistic scenery with natural colors throughout, which is nice rather than an excess of pinks and purples and oranges. Did she just throw me a bone? I really really loved this game a lot. I don't like it. I Love a fantasy world and I love animals. I highly recommend this game, as well as urging all who haven't to read the original stories. I recognized immediately my old friend and protector Bagheera, the panther wise and dangerous Kaa the snake treacherous and madly vengeful Shere Khan, as well as the sneaking thief and telltale Tabaqui a jackal in the book, often portrayed, as in this game, as a Hyena; Kipling himself used the jackal as it is more doglike. There could be more than one butterfly in a location, like you find a box and you click on a butterfly and more than one comes with it but your only click once and not looking 70 times. I loved everything about it. But I did like the butterflies. Furnish your Tree house with butterfly points.

If I tried to do it all in one sitting I would become overwhelmed and not have a good time. Date published: Just sticklers against any thing fun. What I don't like is the actual count of times you find a butterfly. Can you save Princess Manu and bring peace to the animal kingdom? Others have rightly praised the beautiful Risen Dragons in both the games and the Match 3 alternative to the HOS, and I concur. Playing on the thd difficulty settings, I completed the main game in roughly five hours and the bonus chapter in an hour. Really enjoyed this game and highly recommend it.


On the audio side, the game impresses with its wonderful sound effects and strong voice-acting works. Can you save Princess Manu and bring peace to the animal kingdom? Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Fest for your eyes I Love the beauty of this game and many others think so too. Seekers have come and gone throughout history, but this time, a Seeker fulfills an ancient prophecy! Generally, animals are not my first choice, But having animals as the main and minor characters was a very unique storyline. Date published: However, I do have one caveat - it was jarring to see a white British orphan portrayed as the princess. It would be perfect for beginners and intermediate players. The world in this game is astosnishing to look at. The easy answer in the guide for the bamboo spout is wrong. Try the demo and I bet you get hooked like me even if it isn't a genre you usually play. Playing on the easiest difficulty settings, I completed the main game in roughly five hours and the bonus chapter in an hour. Did she just throw me a bone?

11 thoughts on “Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I did this puzzle several times and kept crashing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ColoradoGold from A journey into the Wild Side I liked this game - beautiful artwork and realistic scenery with natural colors throughout, which is nice rather than an excess of pinks and purples and oranges. It's a very long game and the bonus is long too.

  2. Some players will be delighted to know that there the game contains zero gadgets or helpers and the game certainly does not need those gimmicks to feel complete. Overall, a good game that utilized good voice-overs and lip-syncing with the animals, plus some exciting adventures along the way to completion. To say 70 is almost lying. But that in no way detracts from the game. They are wonderful and far better than any Disney or other film can possibly portray, and very accessible, as they were written for children.

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It's a nice, long game, including the Bonus Chapter. It's a total winner!

  4. What I don't like is the actual count of times you find a butterfly. Riding a dolphin was not fun. These features are usual for this developer anyway, but couple it in this with the continual visual feast screen after screen, and a storyline involving a tiger as the villian instead of a human. You have different animal territories.

  5. If I tried to do it all in one sitting I would become overwhelmed and not have a good time. I highly recommend this game, as well as urging all who haven't to read the original stories. Generally, animals are not my first choice, But having animals as the main and minor characters was a very unique storyline. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ColoradoGold from A journey into the Wild Side I liked this game - beautiful artwork and realistic scenery with natural colors throughout, which is nice rather than an excess of pinks and purples and oranges. I really liked the Crocodile Island and city.

  6. The visuals were excellent and the story wasn't uninteresting. Replay 18 hops, 20 mini-games, 5 music and 32 videos. I particularly liked the absolutely great artwork and the story. The puzzles got a little tedious for me, eating up time, so I did skip a few so I could continue with the journey. A real gem.

  7. But it still irritates and jars in this otherwise very fine story. You'll need a cat's curiosity and a fox's cunning to find out in this wild hidden object puzzle adventure! It's something to just want to stop and take in the beauty of the scenes. They could have used Kipling's character Shanti with much more authenticity. Trial ends at the end of chapter 2.

  8. I thoroughly enjoyed this game. The achievements are just ho-hum. The gameplay in Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side is solid, but has the potential to be much more imaginative.

  9. First I do not review games but always read them. When Jagan, the Tiger King seeks to destroy Princess Manu, the only human inhabitant, you take it as your responsibility to protect the Princess and restore peace to this great kingdom in this brand-new fantasy from Domini Games — Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side. The puzzles got a little tedious for me, eating up time, so I did skip a few so I could continue with the journey. I liked most mini-games.

  10. These features are usual for this developer anyway, but couple it in this with the continual visual feast screen after screen, and a storyline involving a tiger as the villian instead of a human. Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side takes the franchise to new heights with its first-class visuals and exciting storyline. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ColoradoGold from A journey into the Wild Side I liked this game - beautiful artwork and realistic scenery with natural colors throughout, which is nice rather than an excess of pinks and purples and oranges. The scenes are bright and colorful and fairly interesting although the objects themselves are easily spotted. Seekers have come and gone throughout history, but this time, a Seeker fulfills an ancient prophecy!

  11. Replay 18 hops, 20 mini-games, 5 music and 32 videos. Summary: Exciting and solid mystery adventure HOG. Of course Mowgli, the hero in JB was an orphan, of sorts, but he was native Indian baby, who wandered away from his parents. When Jagan, the Tiger King seeks to destroy Princess Manu, the only human inhabitant, you take it as your responsibility to protect the Princess and restore peace to this great kingdom in this brand-new fantasy from Domini Games — Labyrinths of the World: The Wild Side.

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