Dark Realm: Queen of Flames Collectors Edition

Mad Head Games, creators of the Rite of Passage and Nevertales series, proudly present an exciting new fantasy-adventure series! The evening started like any other in your village. But without warning, a group of mysterious figures arrives and reduces the town to flames and rubble. What are they… and who is controlling them? Your only way to find out is to flee the village and seek help from the Queen. But you’ll have to lie low to avoid becoming another minion of the flame banshees. Use special abilities and power-ups to make your way through a mystical world in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Yes, this story has been told a thousand times, in a thousand different scenarios, but somehow, Mad Head games was able to pull this one Qjeen, making the plot just interesting enough to play it for the 1,th time. O, and better start with the first one: The Queen of Flames. I wasn't let down, either. Mad Head is 1! Rated 5 out of 5 by FireOpal from Exceptionally Well done game Sparkle Unleashed was an extra-ordinarily well done game. There were also Interactive List Finds that left fragments behind to collect, finding 4 of each symbol on each page of a story, and even Spot the Difference between a painting and the scene itself. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sparkplugannie from Loved it! The only con I have is that I thought the puzzle difficulty level could be a little harder. Puzzle solutions were logical and not obtuse, so they could be figured out without a walkthrough. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jivins11 from Best game of its type I've ever played! Big Fish gave us the chance of a throwback to the very first game with the weekly special offer Dark Realm: Queen of FlamesFlamss we were prepared to see a more mature Valera in her new adventure. It was a great continuation in the series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vEnnie57 from Happy Day! Really enjoyed playing this game, very interesting storyline.

There were also Interactive List Finds that left fragments behind to collect, finding 4 of each symbol on each page of a story, and even Spot the Difference between a painting and the scene itself. The sound, the graphic, are very crisp and clear and so pleasing for the eyes. The bonus chapter is short. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sparkplugannie from Loved it! Absolutely worth it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Vae Victis Be careful there is no mercy when the dark lord Azomod gets you. More about Dragons in the bonus chapter. The Hidden Object Scenes are in classic Mad Head form, they always have the same style to them with the same music, but in a good way. Very long game and the most interesting and different mini games I have ever seen on a BF game. Rated 5 out of 5 by FireOpal from Exceptionally Well done game This was an extra-ordinarily well done game. AND my favorite part: you don't have to look around for a stupid brick to break a window when you are holding at least three other things that would work! I knew then that I was in for a treat!

I also found the graphics to be crisper and more colorful, than in the beta version. Rated 5 out of 5 by FireOpal from Exceptionally Well done game This was an extra-ordinarily well done game. This CE will definitely be a purchase for me Although, some of the HO puzzles did take me a while to finish; my favorite Fill and Cross: Trick or Treat! 3 was, though, was the character's mother singing her a lullaby. He broke free from his prison and now threatens this fantasy world. Very interesting story line also.


This Collector's Edition also offers a Morphing Object within the Hidden Objects Scenes, which is a feature I love, but hate when only offered in the HOS's, mainly because I get wrapped up in the scene and forget to look for them, and you can't go back to find them once the HOS is over. As always the storyline, the puzzles, all the greatness and little details are all extras just make this one perfect game. The graphics stand out clear and appealing, and the music fits the theme of the plot. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mappam from Awesome Game I can't remember being so taken with a new game. Has a unique circular journal. The Mini Games are decent, and doable, ranging from super simple to medium difficulty. The Dark Lord has been banished to the depths of the Dark Realm for a long time, long enough to gather an army of evil minions, and plan his next resurrection, Vae Victis! Mad Head always has some interesting scenes with interesting interactions. Everything is perfect. But thees feelings last no longer than I try some other games. There was a nice mixture of puzzle types. Big Fish gave us the chance of a throwback to the very first game with the weekly special offer Dark Realm: Queen of Flames , so we were prepared to see a more mature Valera in her new adventure. A must have! The game play itself was not too difficult, but it wasn't too hard, either.

Yes, this story has been told a thousand times, in a thousand different scenarios, but somehow, Mad Head games was able to pull this one off, making the plot just interesting enough to play it for the 1,th time. Mad Head did it again, but even better. You can choose from 5 challenge levels, collect puzzle pieces during the game and morphing objects in the HOS's. Everything is perfect. Everything about this game is excellent. I also found the graphics to be crisper and more colorful, than in the beta version. So even if you are not a great fan of fantasy games, at least give it a try. I did like that in the fighting scenes that you use a shield to block in one place and a maze that took the place of a fight in another. Big Fish gave us the chance of a throwback to the very first game with the weekly special offer Dark Realm: Queen of Flames , so we were prepared to see a more mature Valera in her new adventure. Nor was there any excessive to-ing and fro-ing i. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Sara from 5-star Game Almost every time I am tempted by other games and series with very few exceptions I feel cheated.

Because Mad Head knows how to give you a bang for your buck. Yes, by all means, some of the puzzles have been recycled, some objects in HOP migrate from game to game, and sometimes it feels that this developer as well as the others ran out if ideas. Queen Valera, the last Firewielder, is fighting with her Aunt and other allies against the dark creature. Story is of course not new and spins on the saga of the Dark Realm. It is just like changing a Lamborghini for a Ford. Everything is perfect. Everything about it is top-notch: the artwork, the graphics, the story. The Mini Games are decent, and doable, ranging from super simple to medium difficulty. Graphics was good, but a little dark. More about Dragons in the bonus chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sparkplugannie from Loved it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jivins11 from Best game of its type I've ever played!

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10 thoughts on “Dark Realm: Queen of Flames Collectors Edition

  1. Queen Valera is the last remaining Mage of the Firewielders, sworn to protect their world from evil, by harnessing the elements of nature to cast spells. This Collector's Edition also offers a Morphing Object within the Hidden Objects Scenes, which is a feature I love, but hate when only offered in the HOS's, mainly because I get wrapped up in the scene and forget to look for them, and you can't go back to find them once the HOS is over. There was enough variety in the puzzles and Hidden Object types that it never got repetitive. The puzzles were also interesting enough that I worked them Mad Head always has some interesting scenes with interesting interactions.

  2. This just might be this best of the series to date. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lbtgam from Full game and Bonus I liked the game. O, and better start with the first one: The Queen of Flames. Fascinating HO scenes, good minigames and puzzles and assistance by the one or other side character, as the genie or the blacksmith.

  3. Absolutely worth it. Playing this game is like being immersed in real movie. It reminded me of a warrior's theme. The game play itself was not too difficult, but it wasn't too hard, either.

  4. Morphs in the Hops. Because Mad Head knows how to give you a bang for your buck. He broke free from his prison and now threatens this fantasy world. Treasure Hunt, Ultimate Hops and Puzzle.

  5. How can you get 10 in 10? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from An absolutely fantastic game! I love it!! The Mini Games are decent, and doable, ranging from super simple to medium difficulty.

  6. In addition to a great storyline, you have wonderful voice actors. The Hidden Object Scenes are in classic Mad Head form, they always have the same style to them with the same music, but in a good way. All characters are well designed, the Dark Lord reminds me a bit of Darth Vada The puzzle pieces collectibles leave something to be desired, I believe the might have even been an afterthought? There is a journal, a warp map, but no helper.

  7. One scene I thought was actually challenging was finding valves and gadgets that matched the silhouetted shapes shown on a panel, and some of the valves were hard to find because there were so many similar shaped valves. In the Bonus section your puzzle pieces turn into a treasure hunt then into the Ultimate hops, then into the ultimate puzzle, then into a wallpaper. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mappam from Awesome Game I can't remember being so taken with a new game. For all lovers of fantasy, especially the more dark genre, a Must-Have!

  8. Story is of course not new and spins on the saga of the Dark Realm. Everything about this game is excellent. There is a journal, a warp map, but no helper. I'm used to playing expert and it took me a few hours to get through the main game. The graphics stand out clear and appealing, and the music fits the theme of the plot.

  9. Mad Head is 1! The first Mage of the Firewielders, Erasmus, was the Master of eternal flame. The main fight you use a card game that I wasn't sure what I was doing but kept it up until it finished. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Schocher from Great Game I was pleasantly surprised by this game.

  10. Hope you have as much fun as I had. Erasmus was the only Mage capable of closing the seal that was breached, between our world and the Dark Realm, which allowed Azomond the Dark Lord to enter the Kingdom. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Schocher from Great Game I was pleasantly surprised by this game.

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