Untold History: Descendant of the Sun

Confront an ancient evil and uncover your true destiny in Untold History: Descendant of the Sun! You spent your whole life believing that you were an orphan. But one night, your world is changed forever when an unexpected visitor arrives with a startling revelation – you are the fabled Descendant of the Sun, rightful heir to the most powerful artifact in the world! But as you set out to retrieve it, you find yourself confronted by an ancient evil willing to do anything to get the artifact for itself. Each step of your journey will bring you closer to your true destiny in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game!

The main game is about 3 hours long for fast players and has a satisfying ending while the Bonus Chapter is pointless but has a good length of around 1 hour. You play the last minigame [kind of a rubic's cube matching game] and receive the Scroll of Helios and the game ends. When her grandfather shows up, he tells her she is the Chosen One as the last descendant of the Sun Kings and has a destiny to fight evil. Thats probably because Indian storylines are not for everyone. The creatures change position quickly and clicking on the talisman did not always fire. Gives us a chance still to find things on our own, and then just gives that extra nudge in the right direction if we seem to need it. And, now it is and it's better than I thought it was going to be. There is a lot of running back and forth to the same location and HOG, but there is a map that is quite helpful and indicates where there is something that needs to be done. Puzzles are however, very tricky but in a bad way. My overall impression: I've played and reviewed the CE version and gave that 3 stars since it didn't have the bells and whistles: collectibles, achievements, morphing. I still do not feel that this is CE worthy, even with the special today, but the SE is worth a credit and I am going to use one for this game. The puzzles are fun.


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The graphics are beautiful and clear, the TV Farm is interesting enough for a Hidden Object Adventure and the music is good, I didn't feel the need to mute it, which I usually do when I'm playing a game for more than an hour. This did work for me and filled my 20" monitor just fine and didn't appear to be stretched for me. The game is not simple, but challenging enough to keep me interested. I thought this "feature" was great There were two minigames that were designed as fight scenes where you had to use a sword to fire magic energy at the evil villian and the talismans at various desert creatures as they moved about on the screen. A straightforward hidden object adventure game with a simple goal and a evil opponent to overcome. I do like Fairy Jewels figure out on my own. I haven't played a game like this since Myths of the world. The theme of Untold History is surely refreshing; the game sets in Asia or maybe Middle-East but the environment is really interesting and different from other games in the genre and we appreciate that. The BeTrapped! game is about 3 hours long for fast players and has a satisfying ending while the Bonus Chapter is pointless but has a good length of around 1 Sparkle Unleashed. My overall impression: I've played and reviewed the CE Untold History: Descendant of the Sun and gave that 3 stars since it didn't have the bells and whistles: collectibles, achievements, morphing. This game is relaxing, not taxing. What I will say is - the artwork is really good, the story line is interesting, the games and HOs are doable, and the effort that went into creating the game is obvious. Untold History: Descendant of the Sun has strange graphics which is hard to get into. This is a Keeper!

I'm tellin' ya, if it is touch friendly, I will buy it Graphics and game play are very nice. Something tells me I should have splurged for CE version. Review based on completed game. Just used a couple of hints. The book received from the box in the beginning becomes your journal and you find scrolls throughout the game [some can be hard to see unless you know to look for them] that provide background information about the task at hand and they go into your journal but i did not find the journal of much help. And, now it is and it's better than I thought it was going to be. This did work for me and filled my 20" monitor just fine and didn't appear to be stretched for me. As with any straightforward objective, once it is reached the game ends and this was no different. I did not recommend the CE version.. Any game with a hookah in the first hidden object scene is okay in my book. The rotate the rings and repeat sequence with the mole got on my last nerve.

It does offer a Bonus Chapter but still I found the game a bit short. Untold History: Descendant of the Sun has strange graphics which is hard to get into. You play the last minigame [kind of a rubic's cube matching game] and receive the Scroll of Helios and the game ends. I've played it at my daughter's house a I was babysitting and I enjoyed it. I really hope to see more from these developers. I played the demo and I am definitely going to buy the full version. I was The Chronicles of Noahs Ark away by the stunning beauty and various cultures depicted in this game. And there will be backtracking to use some of the inventory. This was a pleasant change of location and an interesting game. The puzzles are fun. Enjoy saving humanity! I do like to figure out on my own.


The story is a little vague, but you get more information as you play more of the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Not a bad SE! This is a game that has okay, but simple graphics, and starts out very slow but picks up once the journey begins. What I will say is - the artwork is really good, the story line is interesting, the games and HOs are doable, and the effort that went into creating the game is obvious. I thought the game was well balanced between adventure puzzles, minigames and HOS and progression to the next step was usually well indicated. Very substantial game. I do like to figure out on my own. No lip-sync. By clicking through the dialogue which is the only slow part of this game and too slowly spoken by the actors who mispoke the word sword this greatly speeded up the game. A straightforward hidden object adventure game with a simple goal and a evil opponent to overcome. Beautiful mountains, forests and desert scenes, Ancient structures have lots of intricate but often crumbling stonework. The main game is about 3 hours long for fast players and has a satisfying ending while the Bonus Chapter is pointless but has a good length of around 1 hour. Hint system works in and outside of HOS. The theme of Untold History is surely refreshing; the game sets in Asia or maybe Middle-East but the environment is really interesting and different from other games in the genre and we appreciate that.

The theme of Untold History is surely refreshing; the game sets in Asia or maybe Middle-East but the environment is really interesting and different from other games in the genre and we appreciate that. I went through the reviews and was surprised to see the amount of flak this title has taken. Inventory locks and items are used fairly quickly and a task tab is located here that gives you the main task you are to complete. This could of been worked on some more. Thanks for the reviews. The rotate the rings and repeat sequence with the mole got on my last nerve. HOS are finely detailed, so it's not a problem finding things. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vsvillanoseven from Great game!!! SKIP: Available in 2 minutes for puzzles. There are not too many Hidden Object scenes in the game but you do have to search through each scene twice. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yolanded from lovely places completed game the very nice graphics locations shown do not often see them really beautiful, a few hidden object scenes, well done, my Case Study mini-games are too often difficult and frustrating, of course there is the explanation, but were not for me. Puzzles are however, very tricky but in a bad way.

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11 thoughts on “Untold History: Descendant of the Sun

  1. Nothing earthshattering with this game except that the setting is an East Indian theme very seldom seen in games. Inventory locks and items are used fairly quickly and a task tab is located here that gives you the main task you are to complete. I also liked the balance of HOS, puzzles, and adventure though I will say I didn't find it very challenging as far as the HOS and getting lost in the game on what to do or go to next as every game I play doesn't have to be very challenging but I still wished there wouldn't of been any sparkles and black bar tips on the Expert mode.

  2. MAP: A total of 25 locations. The main game is about 3 hours long for fast players and has a satisfying ending while the Bonus Chapter is pointless but has a good length of around 1 hour. The puzzles are different and some are fun such as matching medicine bottles on a shelf but the bottles are in dark cubicles and only light up when you click on the bottles. Puzzles were varied and fairly easy with adequate directions for the most part although I did find some lacking in clarity.

  3. The main game is about 3 hours long for fast players and has a satisfying ending while the Bonus Chapter is pointless but has a good length of around 1 hour. The story is good and keeps you interested. But this one is most certainly for me! That said, I don't think this is a worthy CE as I missed having achievements and collectibles. The creatures change position quickly and clicking on the talisman did not always fire.

  4. This is transporter and shows where you are as there are circles on the map and the one with "yellow" is where you are. You set off in search of 4 talismans to save mankind. I found this refreshing and different from what I usually play.

  5. BFG, you never stop with the surprises! Moreover, characters are not very nice-looking and they nake no movements when they speak. I really hope to see more from these developers. Despite that, it has not other extras that make it CE worthy such as Achievements or Collectibles. I went through the reviews and was surprised to see the amount of flak this title has taken.

  6. The graphics for me were quite well done. MAP: A total of 25 locations. Voice overs are well done and make a game far more enjoyable for me. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Gorgeous and beautiful environments, with a slow and peaceful pace Available at BFG since We have a whole world and even outer space to digitally move through.

  7. I still do not feel that this is CE worthy, even with the special today, but the SE is worth a credit and I am going to use one for this game. Beautiful mountains, forests and desert scenes, Ancient structures have lots of intricate but often crumbling stonework. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think.

  8. The music and storyline also add to the overall immersiveness. SKIP: Available in 2 minutes for puzzles. There are not too many Hidden Object scenes in the game but you do have to search through each scene twice. While telling her this, he is killed by a man referring to him as "brother" and warns her to stay out of his way. A breath of fresh air and a terrific Father's Day present for true adventure-type loving gamers!

  9. Puzzles were varied and fairly easy with adequate directions for the most part although I did find some lacking in clarity. It is well thought through. Perfectly clear [I used the aspect ratio adjustment for mine, but I think they'd be just fine if this isn't adjusted for, too], crisp and clean, and beautiful colors!!

  10. The hint system is very helpful, but does not fill quickly 60 seconds seems like a long time. A straightforward hidden object adventure game with a simple goal and a evil opponent to overcome. Thanks, for a job well done! The locales are different, not the kind you'd see in the rest of the HOPA games out here. We are happy to see that their new game, Untold History, also has an interesting oriental setting — unfortunately, the game itself is not as satisfying.

  11. All found by word list and some on the list are interactive. This is transporter and shows where you are as there are circles on the map and the one with "yellow" is where you are. The music and storyline also add to the overall immersiveness. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yolanded from lovely places completed game the very nice graphics locations shown do not often see them really beautiful, a few hidden object scenes, well done, my Case Study mini-games are too often difficult and frustrating, of course there is the explanation, but were not for me. You collect and carry a lot and I mean a lot!

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