Reflections of Life: Call of the Ancestors Collector's Edition
Reflections of Life: Call of the Ancestors Collector's Edition is a wonderful new addition to the Reflections of Life series from Grandma Studios. It is a new season of the conflict between the general and the Seers.
There is also a bonus chapter that tells you a little bit of the background of Loreley.
This whole series tells us a story of a complicated relationship between General Luther and the Seers. To put it short, he wants to enslave the world, they don't want to let him do it.
One of the Seers was able to curse the general before she died in such a way that his body was completely destroyed. But it seems that he is powerful enough to resume his initial plan if he can find a body for his soul. The only thing is that he needs a body of a naturally born Seer. And this happens to be your sister.
It is her 21st birthday and she gets kidnapped. It is up to you know not only to rescue Alice, your sister, but also to rescue the world from the general's evil intentions. There is also a bonus chapter that tells you a little bit of the background of Loreley. Her spirit becomes your helper in this game when you find it at the attic locked in a crystal ball.
The game's story does not really offer anything new that you haven't heard in other games, but the game's presentation and gameplay are still pretty good.
The game's graphics and sounds are excellent. After you have chosen your difficulty mode and adjusted everything to your liking, you jump right into all the hidden object scenes and puzzles.
The hidden object scenes offer all kinds of search types, but if you not a fan of any of them, you can switch to match 3. There is a great variety of mini games. Don;t forget about all the items and tasks that you need to find or accomplish, like 66 collectibles and 14 achievements.
You get to replay the puzzles and the HOP scenes and download soundtracks, wallpaper and other media extras.
Check out Reflections of Life: Call of the Ancestors Collector's Edition for yourself to see if it is worth your money!
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