Origins: Elders of Time

Brothers James and William depart on an expedition to find a lost city on a long-forgotten island, but only James is ever seen again. Found washed ashore, James claims that the brothers never reached the island, and recounts the story of how his brother was tragically lost at sea. Twenty years have now passed, and William's daughter Lisa receives information that suggests her uncle hasn't been telling the truth. Join Lisa on an epic adventure and journey to a place where anything can happen! Search a multimillionaire's manor, board an airship and explore enigmatic places as you uncover the truth and help Lisa find her father!

This is a fantastic game, from the opening cutscene on - but you will need to be patient, because it starts a bit slowly. There are only 2 modes of play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tantevie from Completed game This game was a real surprise. Very easy to understand and every action made sense. So James and William set for the island on the boat the "Gloria" and it crashes. The achievements are fun to try for - check them out before you play so you know what to do. A little spoiler, you can finish an area without having to find the hidden objects. Puzzles: So far a little easy, like opening a lock, turning on the pistons in the right order, etc. The plot plays out rather than gamers being told what is happening. The hidden objects are challenging and, if you wish to save face and not skip; which I prefer, you can play a card game to get you through. I got involved in the story line and immersed in the graphics. It was challenging enough and had a great storyline. Congrats to Bloo Buzz Devs! Having to go back and forth to different locations actually made sense!


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The puzzles were very challenging but not impossible. So James and William set for the island on the boat the "Gloria" and it crashes. Some Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist have been difficult to find and there is an option to play cards to remove the items from the list. A little steampunk, a little sci-fi, a little reminiscent of Origins: Elders of Time, and a bit of mystery - complete with startling plot twists and revelations. There are only 2 modes of play. The map takes you to a place instantly and shows areas where you need to do Ocean Mahjong. I got involved in the story line and immersed in the graphics. Rated 5 out of 5 by buyandby from Best New Game I enjoyed this game so much that I just had to say something about it! The plot plays out rather than gamers being told what is happening. Mini-games Orgins: easily accomplished with Alices Patchwork time. After all, I try to check in every day Origins: Elders of Time missed this when 1st released here. I have only played the demo, so after writing this review I intend to purchase it. It took me over 4h to complete the game for a SE it is good. I have played a lot of games but never from this Developer, what Eldres CRACKER of a game for first timers, if that is so,I just loved every Tume of this game, not a CE as I usually purchase, but in my opinion better than quite a few, having said that, give it a go fishes it might surprise you, as it did me, all the more newbies in gaming the better I say. That always bugs me!

You attend the funeral of your mother, when you are approached by Christopher who tells you he has something for you at the house. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fifidee from fun hidden games good games and good graphics make the game very interesting and very enjoyable Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Surpasses BFG CE Games Today! There are also a couple of things that I haven't seen before and I do like. The map takes you to a place instantly and shows areas where you need to do something. Please have those Bloo people make more chapters! If you like to get the achievements, you will need those. Some HOs have been difficult to find and there is an option to play cards to remove the items from the list. She is found out by their family friend Christopher, and she threatens him with bodily harm if he reveals the secret to her husband. I did turn the music off as it was irritating and monotonous, but that is really the only complaint I have about the whole of the game and the end was satisfying. Your journal is also very helpful - gives you ideas on what you need to accomplish. Interactive map is very helpful with numerous interesting puzzles and time era appropriate hidden object scenes. The only thing I didn't like, was when you open the game it starts at the beginning of the story line, since you can skip it, it wasn't so bad.

Congrats to Bloo Buzz Devs! I did turn the music off Elven Legend 5: The Fateful Tournament it was irritating and monotonous, but that is really the only complaint Timd have about the whole of the game and the end was satisfying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tantevie from Completed game This game was a real surprise. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by phatkhat from Huge kudos to this new developer! Some objects are small and cleverly well hidden with a few items misunderstood. I got involved in the story line and immersed in the graphics. I especially appreciated the flow of the game.


Date published: Your journal is also very helpful - gives you ideas on what you need to accomplish. Please have those Bloo people make more chapters! There are only 2 modes of play. I would like to see BFG give gamers more notice on this game and others like it--especially since there are so few. The inventory box at the bottom does not open when your curser is simply near it. Like someone else said, when you start it is ok and then it became more and more interesting. I especially appreciated the flow of the game. If there is to be a sequel I would buy it. The voiceovers weren't that bad, either. The hidden objects are challenging and, if you wish to save face and not skip; which I prefer, you can play a card game to get you through. Not complaining--just saying--a loyal BFG fan who's disappointed in our choices.

The HOs were a little tricky but not excessively so. After I finished the Origins: The Elders, it almost felt like when I had finished Myst for the first time many years ago! Like someone else said, when you start it is ok and then it became more and more interesting. You have the option to play a card game if you don't want to do the HO scene - I enjoyed the HO scenes so I didn't play the card game. The hidden objects are challenging and, if you wish to save face and not skip; which I prefer, you can play a card game to get you through. The locations were pleasant and none of them dim or drear. I will say I didn't know there was a soli game until I read other reviews Cons: - Fairly linear, but you will have enough stuff going on that it really doesn't seem all that linear - Mini games were insultingly easy, at least as far as I got - Too many HOS for me, but that is really subjective, I know This game was kind of a pleasant surprise, and a breath of fresh air. He spends so much time with his research he neglects his poor? This is a fantastic game, from the opening cutscene on - but you will need to be patient, because it starts a bit slowly. There you see James. The map takes you to a place instantly and shows areas where you need to do something. The achievements are fun to try for - check them out before you play so you know what to do. It is not an easy game, HO are difficult to find sometimes, the map was a good help with it you don't need the hint button. It does not mean that the objective is completed.

10 thoughts on “Origins: Elders of Time

  1. You attend the funeral of your mother, when you are approached by Christopher who tells you he has something for you at the house. Try it for sure, and keep at it until you get to the end of the mansion chapter - it seems slow and simple up till then, and then it suddenly picks up and takes off like a runaway airship! Rated 5 out of 5 by buyandby from Best New Game I enjoyed this game so much that I just had to say something about it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by phatkhat from Huge kudos to this new developer!

  2. A little spoiler, you can finish an area without having to find the hidden objects. That is expected and I don't get all riled up unless they are well known devs. I have only played the demo, so after writing this review I intend to purchase it. Story so far: Year is , William White is looking for a mysteries island so far objective unknown.

  3. You have the option to play a card game if you don't want to do the HO scene - I enjoyed the HO scenes so I didn't play the card game. HO scenes were pretty clear and just the right amount of difficulty - not too difficult but not too easy. It's far better than this weekend's crop of CEs, that's for sure.

  4. Overall, a very enjoyable game that didn't end too soon - this game took me several hours to finish. The puzzles were very challenging but not impossible. Puzzles: So far a little easy, like opening a lock, turning on the pistons in the right order, etc. All in all, very worthwhile.

  5. You have the option to play a card game if you don't want to do the HO scene - I enjoyed the HO scenes so I didn't play the card game. Story line is ok, but you can skip all cut scenes and not miss much in the way of what you need to do next. Throughout the game, remember to look for life stones - skinny, rectangularish blue stones. The hidden objects are challenging and, if you wish to save face and not skip; which I prefer, you can play a card game to get you through.

  6. Not complaining--just saying--a loyal BFG fan who's disappointed in our choices. Graphics are good. I LOVE when they put in an interactive map! This is a fantastic game, from the opening cutscene on - but you will need to be patient, because it starts a bit slowly. Try it for sure, and keep at it until you get to the end of the mansion chapter - it seems slow and simple up till then, and then it suddenly picks up and takes off like a runaway airship!

  7. I also liked that even though you played the same scene several times, objects you found before don't reappear. It had a similar atmosphere to me as Syberia without being quite as polished. A little steampunk, a little sci-fi, a little reminiscent of Myst, and a bit of mystery - complete with startling plot twists and revelations.

  8. It took me over 4h to complete the game for a SE it is good. The inventory box at the bottom does not open when your curser is simply near it. A bit stuck right now-- so, taking a break to submit this review and get back to this totally enjoyable game!

  9. I also liked that even though you played the same scene several times, objects you found before don't reappear. I will say I didn't know there was a soli game until I read other reviews Cons: - Fairly linear, but you will have enough stuff going on that it really doesn't seem all that linear - Mini games were insultingly easy, at least as far as I got - Too many HOS for me, but that is really subjective, I know This game was kind of a pleasant surprise, and a breath of fresh air. HO scenes were pretty clear and just the right amount of difficulty - not too difficult but not too easy. I am soooooo burnt out on "cute", and this one is NOT cute at all!

  10. It is not an easy game, HO are difficult to find sometimes, the map was a good help with it you don't need the hint button. If you like to get the achievements, you will need those. I will say I didn't know there was a soli game until I read other reviews Cons: - Fairly linear, but you will have enough stuff going on that it really doesn't seem all that linear - Mini games were insultingly easy, at least as far as I got - Too many HOS for me, but that is really subjective, I know This game was kind of a pleasant surprise, and a breath of fresh air. Puzzles: So far a little easy, like opening a lock, turning on the pistons in the right order, etc. I won't repeat the story line, but I can tell it was differently done.

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