Labyrinths of the World: Changing Past Collector's Edition
Labyrinths of the World: Changing Past Collector's Edition is the third release into the Labyrinths of the World series. This game offers you something you can never get in real life - abily to travel back in time and fix it for a better present.
You are going to travel to Rome and the Medieval times, and the Renaissance is where you play most of the time.
You play as a detective called in by your agency to help find your colleague who seems to be in trouble now. You know that he's been in the agency looking up info on some dangerous items. Nobody is sure why he was doing it.
Later you come to his home to find him there, but it not him - he has gone mad and tried to actually kill you. There is a lot more involved, like his beloved who seems only to pretend to be seriously sick. But why? Solving htis problem will require you to travel in time and change a few things in the past.
You are going to travel to Rome and the Medieval times, and the Renaissance is where you play most of the time. Every era is presented differently not only according to their time but even with the colors. The bonus game takes you to the future to play and follow a sotry that is only slightly related to the one in the main game. The latter seem to end quite abruptly or just unclear with not enough answers.
The graphics of the game in general are done quite well. The voice overs sound and look (meaning their lips are in sync with the sound) great as the characters talk to you.
This hidden object puzzle adventure game is full HOS of almost any kind. Everyone will find something here. Most of them are not so difficult to solve. It is kind of rare for the HOS to outnumber the puzzles, which are all different too. The bonus game offers new locations, HOS, and puzzles (not a whole lot, but it does add quite a bit of time to the game).
There are quite a lot of collectibles to look for, but all of them are in the main game. There are also achievements to earn as you play. Graphics (wallpaper and consept art) are dowloadable as part of the CE extras.
All in all, the game is well designed and interesting. It is easy to tell that the details were well thought through.
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