EleFun Games excitedly presents the next installment of the Witches’ Legacy series! The Witches’ University is under attack! As you search for your girlfriend Anabel, you run into a rogue sorcerer bent on taking the students’ powers. Can you uncover his sinister motives in time to stop him, or will you be consumed by the night? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure!
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That is, except Witchex Halloween decorations and the red moon. I just play what I find to be fun and I don't get caught up in the minutia of is it like this, does it follow the last game etc. They have one of the best Aveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist. The mice look as if they'd all wear lab coats, but on a second glance, they don't. However Halloween is essential for this adventure: The incarcerated sorcerer, says the prophecy, has the only chance to free himself when the umbra shadow eclipse of the moon meets Halloween. I also wish they hadn't overused that bloody Witfhes vignette - pretty boringly drawn, if you ask me. Then it picks up again, with a nice ending. The music is really good. No sorcerer I know would ever cut it short like a slave. Date published: I'm not one to call an end to this series, but I do think the devs need to create everything in high definition imagery. The game does tie up nicely in the SE edition and with the 2. This game isn't as colorful and whimsical as Sparkle 2 Legacy: Dark Days to Come, which is my favorite and a loading page pops up when you move from place to place which is why I gave the game a 4 and not a 5 I don't remember the loading page coming up so often in previous games by this developer?
I'm really confused about this as it seems to always be a question for me even in the newer games Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Fire pumpkins are just too cute. This game has 22 hops. By the way, the person with long hair is a dude. The whimsical wackiness, the squeaking fur balls, dancing skeletons and so forth. This game will be remembered as the Witches' Legacy with the hapless blood moon that chops the game's flow to pieces. Each scene was very interactive. The sorcerer's name is Felix, which means the happy one. It's used twice as is most hops in this game. Of course, the graphics are excellent which is typical of EleFun Games. Love that! If the devs had bothered to make everything hi-def, it would be awesome, but they chose to make the game just shy of high def, so it doesn't have that Wow factor. So far, I've really enjoyed the morphing objects and puzzle pieces. Fantastic theme! Had some unpleasant sounds but was short lived. I was just a little disappointed that they don't keep caged homunculuses to carry out human subject research :D The mice are alas already the highlight.
Date published: The sorcerer's name is Felix, which means the happy one. Love them. I have only finished the demo, but I will definitely purchase. Date published: Bertha the ferret makes an appearance, but it is brief, and for the most part, the ferret just lounges at the bottom of the taskbar. Other than the fact that Witches' Legacy no longer centers around the characters that rose the game to stardom, everything else remains, in true Witches Legacy formation. The more I played the more I loved it. They have one of the best soundtracks. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from Witches legacy are you game and up for the challenge well this is a great game graphics greatstoryline great in fact all very enjoyable BUT why after every scene does Loading come up, I find this very annoying, seems to take away some of the flow of the game when you have to wait for loading although only a second or two, I find it distracts from the gameother than that it is a very playable gamejust something I feel was not necessary to the game why can't it just flow from scene to scene Heartblob Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by writingislifels from Fantastic Sparkle 2 The title of this doesnt Witches Legacy: Covered by the Night justice to this fantastic game. We encounter hissing pumpkins, fluttering chairs, a three-headed, mangy fox who claims to be Cerberus, a grotesque thingy with oversized claws which looks like the insect king but is a dispirited air spirit. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tamms from Great game!
Who puts cheese in chocolate? Some of the scenes are repeated in the same location, including the ridiculous "lab Mice" scene. But you can't have every thing. The whimsical wackiness, the squeaking fur balls, dancing skeletons and so forth. Rated 5 out of 5 by dollyflower from Great Game Great game! My favourite scene is the Mice Laboratory, located in a big, hollow loaf of cheese. Yes, the series has gone in a different direction but that started 3 or 4 games ago so I feel like we are playing sort of a different game about witches with the same Witches Legacy title given to it and that really doesn't bother me since I can't really remember from one game to the next the exact story from a year earlier. They shouldn't fool with a classic for non caring people. Graphics were good also. Beautiful artwork. However Halloween is essential for this adventure: The incarcerated sorcerer, says the prophecy, has the only chance to free himself when the umbra shadow eclipse of the moon meets Halloween. As we spoiled gamers already expect from Elefun, we find many clickable details. The graphics are clearer than usual, but the art itself is very good. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Tricks and Treats under the Umbra Shadow Moon Apparently in an attempt to outrun time, Elefun released already the first Halloween game. The mice look as if they'd all wear lab coats, but on a second glance, they don't.Each scene was very interactive. We encounter hissing pumpkins, fluttering chairs, a three-headed, mangy fox who claims to be Cerberus, a grotesque thingy with oversized claws which looks like the insect king but is a dispirited air spirit. Select 2 elements, which is layered and ending with a simple connect the dots. I Love the Hops and the Imagination and the fun puzzles because there isn't a lot of puzzles I like but some are great and fun for me. The middle of the game drags a bit, and many of the actions in this part are not logical or obvious. I really enjoyed this game and thought it better than a lot of the current previous ones. I think that the game maker was trying to please people who really don't care for the series and was doing newer things like pick the item high lighted in a story and it's not as fun as the traditional hop with a list, finding them from a art color page. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, and usually multi-layered. Although it's mostly grey in grey, in hueless, dulled blues and greens, drab and darkly veiled. Highly recommended, especially just before Halloween, yet anytime will be a joy to play. I would have bought the CE version, which has morphing objects and jigsaw puzzle pieces to find, in addition to all the usual stuff found in the SE. I like her. So far, I've really enjoyed the morphing objects and puzzle pieces.
Map - transports you very quickly. Who doesn't think a mouse wearing glasses is adorable? It also shows you if you have collected all the morphs and puzzle pieces. I really enjoyed this game! The game does tie up nicely in the SE edition and with the 2. Game play, not bad. So far, I've really enjoyed the morphing objects and puzzle pieces. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Tricks and Treats under the Umbra Shadow Moon Apparently in an attempt to outrun time, Elefun released already the first Halloween game. I enjoyed the retro arcade game and HOP, which featured lab mice in a scene with the hidden object word wrapped into the sentence. The Mini Games are decent, and most are of medium difficulty. I have only finished the demo, but I will definitely purchase. The only problem is that the cursor changes to a hand when there is a collectible, but it also changes to a hand when you can interact with an item.