Sable Maze: Forbidden Garden Collector's Edition
Your parents always told you to stay away from the mysterious hedge maze behind their house… and you’re about to find out why. On the eve of your wedding, your fiancé, Ryan, is kidnapped by a mysterious force and dragged straight to the heart of the maze - or so it seems. As you follow his trail, you discover that the labyrinth contains a door to another world… and whoever is on the other side has a vendetta against your entire family. Can you uncover the roots of their hatred and bring Ryan back before all is lost? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game!
July 25, 2014
Daily Magic Productions
Hidden Objects Vs. Match 3
3 Difficulty Settings
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Developer Diary & Jewelry
On the day of your wedding, your fiancé, Ryan is kidnapped by a mysterious force through a magic portal right inside the forbidden maze in your very own garden. It seems like every single recent game is consist of a ‘portal to another world’ of some sort, and this is no different. In fact, the parallel world in this game is perhaps one of the most magical ones we have seen. It is filled with witches and fairies, fairy-tale creatures and of course, spells and magic.
Despite the unoriginal story and the run-of-the-mill concept, Sable Maze: Forbidden Garden is extremely impressive to look at. The art team of Daily Magic has definitely improved over time as the artwork in this game is their best yet. Each location is like a dream come true, with vibrant colors and sharp graphics. Furthermore, the cutscenes are excellent, the voice overs are great and the music is splendid.
Sable Maze: Forbidden Garden is also fun to play, if you do not mind the lack of challenge. The gameplay is very straightforward, the kind that can be expected from a CE-standard HOPA. The hidden object scenes are nicely done, many of them are progressive and they can be switched with Match-3 boards. What is more disappointing are the puzzles; most of them are not very innovative as well as very easy.
The Collector’s Edition of Forbidden Garden comes with a strategy guide, a solid bonus chapter, wallpapers, soundtracks, developer diary, match-3 levels, achievements and a cool collectibles collection.
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