Endless Fables: Frozen Path Collector's Edition
Endless Fables: Frozen Path Collector's Edition is a new addition to the Endless Fables series. Norse Myths (or religion) has been gaining popularity in recent years and made its way into the casual games. As we are anticipating summer to fully come, prepare for some frozen scenes (and people and objects).
The game takes you to the frozen mostly towns in mostly blue and purple colors and a bit creepy scenes and items.
Your friend had been researching Norse mythology right before he has gone missing. Peter worked in an abandoned mine for this research. His wife asked for your help. So, now you are in a nordic country investigating your friend's disappearance as well as a few other cases of people and things getting frozen.
What you thought was just a myth becomes more and more real as you meet a person able to freeze things. And he is not on your side at all, so prepare to act fast to rescue your friend and stay warm yourself.
The game takes you to the frozen mostly towns in mostly blue and purple colors and a bit creepy scenes or items. While the scenes, items, and characters create the atmosphere that you need for the story, they are nothing impressive, though.
The game features four modes of difficulty (Casual, Advanced, Expert, and Casual) as well as adjustable skips and hints. The difficulty level of the game is not very high, so don't expect to be puzzled over the hidden object scenes or mini games. That being said, it doesn't mean that they are not well-thought through. But if you do enjoy them, you get to replay both.
Most of the hidden object scenes are interactive and some are simply lists of items. The mini-games vary in type and their difficulty level. You are given a strategy guide just in case you are going to need one in this game. You can use a map that you get from the very start. You get to earn 21 achievements, collect 28 collectibles, and find 20 morphing objects. And don't forget to go through a bonus chapter with its own extras.
It is a fun game as long as you don't mind a slightly lower difficulty level or are into Norse Myths!
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