League of Light: Growing Threat Collectors Edition

Mariaglorum proudly presents the latest exhilarating adventure in the League of Light series! Your fellow agent recently went missing while on assignment, and it’s up to you to find him. But you’re in for much more than you bargained for when you arrive to find giant destructive flowers taking over the city! With pollen that turns people into sprouted beasts, can you and some new friends find the source of their power and defeat them for good? Explore hidden-object scenes packed with mysteries and mini-games to solve in this unique Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

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League of Light: Growing Threat Collector's Edition Gameplay

There is a unique map that instead of helping your move around, is an integral part of the game, showing you where to go next and sometimes offering clues to what is in the scene. There are no Collectible Owls in the Bonus Chapter. There are collectible owls, and while I would have preferred if there were multiple collectibles, the owls look different every time, and they're in both HOP scenes and regular scenes. Return to the Covert. Enter the Swamp. Remove the cover; press the button Y. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ushie15 from Amazing! But so much FUN. Walk up G. No, I really dislike puzzles. Enter the House on the Hill P. The Toxin is then used to destroy the killer plant which is also collected for the final scenes. Based on the demo, which wasn't long enough! And please make more games like this.

Mindful of some of the negative reviews, you're gonna love it or hate it, so demo it first. Enter the Swamp. Select the scene to trigger a puzzle. Arrange the dials as shown V ; exit through the door W. These are beautiful scenes, creative scenes, entertaining scenes, and above all, they have items that are at times, crazy-hard to spot! Reminder: This is my personal opinion. There are no Collectible Owls in the Bonus Chapter. Return to the Swamp. The HO's are creative, challenging and just as much fun as the puzzles, maybe more so! Place the Little Scarecrow J. No, I really dislike puzzles. I can honestly say that I really enjoyed all of the puzzles offered, but here's a list of some of my favorite puzzles:?


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Select the scene to trigger a puzzle. Each scene is a HOP, many with puzzles embedded. Zumas Revenge the cover; press the button Y. If you are into the stories and roaming around and more adventure and mini games, this is probably not so much for you. So glad there is finally a Green Valley: Fun on the Farm I enjoy! Return to the Covert. There is clearly a lot of detail work that went into this game. Great work Mariaglorum. Remove the stone E ; pull the lever F. You play a mini-game to unlock an area on the map indicated by Green Gears once the puzzle is solved, several Green arrows appear. I miss the dynamics of the old ones, where objects are actually hard to find! If you have Grosing my reviews you will know that I am rarely challenged by the HOP's nowadays because they have become nothing more than junkpiles with Lignt: in plain sight. Collecgors the Cemetery R.

This is a long game because of the abundance of HO scenes, it has great replay value because of them too. Return to the Covert. I looked forward to the HOP's for the first time in several years folks! This game checks all my requirements: - HOG scenes and plenty of them. HO's and more HO's! No, I really dislike puzzles. Overall, I loved this game. I dislike puzzles. This one needs to be demo'd to see if you like playing, not just to make sure that it works on your system! This is very heavy on the hidden objects, then mini games and lastly adventure. Rated 5 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from This one is going to really polarize people! Completed Game approximately 5. I can't stress that enough. There is a unique map that instead of helping your move around, is an integral part of the game, showing you where to go next and sometimes offering clues to what is in the scene. Enter the second Trap Room K.

One developer still The Others them and I swoop those games up quickly. I looked forward to the HOP's for the first time in several years folks! This is how I always envisioned HOPs being, not just a collection of meaningless junk piles. Most HO scenes these days are so easy they're not fun, just a space filler so it can be called a HOP game. This game makes HOS what they should be: no junk piles in the corners of scenes. Collect the oxygen bubbles blue until the tank is full. Press the button T ; remove the stone and press the button U.


Walk up G. I am not a fan of modern scenery and gadgets. I hope people reward you for it. You complete Hidden Object Scenes to collect a specified number of Flowers in a Phial and place them in the apparatus which triggers a mini-game of connecting atoms of opposing color. The game doesn't take itself too seriously with this idea of evil flowers, which makes it all the more fun. If you are into the stories and roaming around and more adventure and mini games, this is probably not so much for you. Select the door Q. This is how I always envisioned HOPs being, not just a collection of meaningless junk piles. The fantasy world is medieval, and the bursts of color mostly come from the evil plants you're trying to get rid of. Return to the Spirit of the Forest. Remove the stone Q and pull the lever R ; walk up S. Select the scene to trigger a puzzle. Bought it right away! Mindful of some of the negative reviews, you're gonna love it or hate it, so demo it first. I love that this developer took a risk with the format out of the norm, yet slightly Retro.

4 thoughts on “League of Light: Growing Threat Collectors Edition

  1. This really breaks all the rules! The game doesn't take itself too seriously with this idea of evil flowers, which makes it all the more fun. Enter the Covert T.

  2. I am not a fan of modern scenery and gadgets. I've gotten very bored with this genre of games for a while. Remove the stone B and twist the lever C ; walk down D. This one needs to be demo'd to see if you like playing, not just to make sure that it works on your system!

  3. Can the League spread their Light or will the Mandrake spread darkness and extinguish human life existence? Overall, I loved this game. Enter the Covert T. I miss the dynamics of the old ones, where objects are actually hard to find! Enter the second Trap Room K.

  4. In the last few years, there has been a tendency to label puzzle games as HOGs yet the game-play emphasis was certainly not on hidden objects. Can the League spread their Light or will the Mandrake spread darkness and extinguish human life existence? Rated 5 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from This one is going to really polarize people! Return to the House on the Hill.

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