Witches' Legacy: Lair of the Witch Queen Collector's Edition
A few years have passed since you rescued Lynn from Elizabeth, the witch who murdered her family, and now Lynn has grown into a young woman with awakened magical powers. When she receives a letter from Germany about Elizabeth, Lynn opens a portal to chase after her. Her thirst for revenge has enraged her, and an evil force is using that to pull Lynn deep into the darkness. You must find your young ward and stop her before the Witch Queen's evil plan comes to pass in Witches' Legacy: Lair of the Witch Queen, a cunning Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game.
June 28, 2013
Three Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Soundtracks & Concept Art
Achievements & Collectibles
First off, Lair of the Witch Queen has amazing graphics and we really mean that. By ‘amazing’ we mean that they are eye-candy, crisp, detailed, attractive and a lot of scenes are very beautiful. Scenes that are gloomy or creepy are never too dark and the visual effects are excellent. One thing that is different from the first game is that Witches’ Legacy 2 no longer featured live actors which we personally think it is a plus since all the characters in this game are beautifully drawn and are very nice-looking. Furthermore, the music and voice overs are superb as well.
Hidden Object scenes in Witches’ Legacy 2 are junk-pile like but they are very interesting to play for two reasons. First, many of the Hidden Object scenes feature awesome setting and background and another reason is that you can switch to Tile Matching puzzle mode if you are getting tired of finding objects off the list. Puzzles are fun to play without being too challenging or too easy; they are all pretty familiar with nice twists to suit the theme of the game.
The story in this sequel continues seamlessly from the first game and it took place several years after the end of the first game. It is not entirely new but it is surely captivating and nice to follow.
The gameplay is fairly straightforward but with all sorts of extras you can ever ask for. There are Puzzle pieces to find which can be used to unlock Extra content, there are morphing objects which are pretty well hidden, there are achievements to earn and a useful interactive fast travel map. In addition, there is a cute Imp companion travel along with you but instead of sitting right at the corner of your screen like in some other games, you can interact with him within the scene which is somewhat interesting.
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