Reveries: Soul Collector Collector's Edition
It should have been the happiest day of your life, but a horrible villain nabs your groom-to-be right before the ceremony. You rush to find him… only to discover you may have been the real target all along. Can you save yourself, your kingdom, and your marriage before the Gates of Chaos destroy it all? Find out as you explore am amazing fantasy world in in this magical Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
December 14, 2014
ERS Game Studios
Hidden Objects Vs. Jigsaw
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
Well, where should start dissecting this one hell of a messy game. King Richard of the Misty Island Kingdom has been genuinely in love with you since you both first met. Unfortunately for the king, his heart is pumped with love that the evil Dead Wing decided to hunt for his heart and feed it to the guardians of the gate, which will then unleash madness into the world. You need to unlock the portal and save the King before Dark Wing turn him into a tree. Yes, you read it right – A TREE. Considering so many more credible options of organisms available in the universe, why on Earth would this villain wants to turn him into a tree – like, seriously. Wait, the tree business is not over yet; in fact, the helper in Reveries 2 is a tree. Unluckily for us, ERS-G somehow decided not to include a normal green-leaves tree, but a disgustingly ugly frog-tree.
Let’s move on. The other aspects of Soul Collector were not particularly enjoyable, although they were well crafted for sure. The graphics were probably the best part of this game, they resembled ERS-G template, but done so with a justifiable amount of fantasy elements. Then comes the audio, we had absolutely zero problem with the soundtracks; but the voice overs were extremely annoying, or many it was due to the super cony dialogues.
There was nothing special about the gameplay, except that frog-tree of course. The hidden object scenes were the classics that we liked, with an option to switch to Jigsaw mode. As for the puzzles, they were way too easy and simple, even on the adjustable Hard mode. There was no diary, but a jump-map was featured in the game.
If you have accidentally purchased this game and could not bare with all these ridiculousness in the game anymore, then the good news is that Reveries: Soul Collector is a short game (what a waste of money you might say). We finished the main game in just around 3 hours on the easiest difficulty, and the sub-part bonus chapter lasted barely an hour. All the Collector’s Edition extras can be found in the checklist below.