Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir

An uncanny adventure is near! Dear Witch Apprentice, are you ready to meet your fate? You possess the special ability to work magic through cooking and you’re the only person who can manage this dangerous task… You must hurry to win the ingredients of the Lotus Elixir, and save your world!

This is the kind of HOP game where a ring springs out from in this case a golden ball, and the items pictured must be found lying around in a location. So, girl, the long, difficult and problematic road awaits you again. Hidden object search scenes are quite common. I'm usually REALLY bad at games that don't lead me by the nose or that have a lot of puzzles, but for some reason this one clicked for me. I play a LOT, have been for 50 years so If there are no active actions in the location, the corresponding inscription will appear. In another review, someone pointed out that the end of the cursor shows Hand, Arrow, etc. Which is better than no hint at all, but only just. Which brings up an important point. Weird sound effects. Mini-games are rare, some are quite complicated. The graphics are beautiful; the unusual music and sound effects, and the different approach to the way the HOGs and just moving about the game are conducted, make a nice change of pace from those typical of the major Hidden Object game companies.

I will buy this game. Very very much mindfulness while you work to get solutions to different things and situations. Personally I turned down the volume on the music and sound effects, but I do that for almost all of the games on Big Fish; once turned down a bit, the solo guitar music made a pleasant background. Search by image and list. Just a well chosen voice, a little too slow in delivery, telling us a little of the circumstances we find ourselves in. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by congalie from travelling to the different places What I like in this game is that you're travelling to the different places. A single guitar, at one point. The timid objections of our young lady that she was not going to be a witch, but wanted simple womanish happiness, were ruthlessly deleted from the outline of the conversation, and the poor fellow again had to pack his way. But, it may be one I play off and on. It is different, but that's it's charm. I think. It is not easy to know what to do next, but I feel like I accomplished something once I figure something out. Which is better than no hint at all, but only just. Gameplay is a bit clunky. Only now the task is becoming more complicated, and time is becoming less and less, because Gaia slowly but surely turns into a stone statue.

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And a small button top right of the inventory bar marked 'M', which takes you to the main menu - where 'Exit' is seriously hidden in the Wittchcraft: left corner. Thee tooltip works everywhere, in non-search locations it indicates the direction to the desired area with arrows. It was called a witch — if you please correspond. In especially difficult cases, a dictionary will help you. No issues. Personally, I felt Mother Nature bit simple, playing this game, because everything, even the HOPs, makes you think. HOG scenes are two sorts - one of them is that kind like in "depth of betrayal" Lootus click on golden pearl and there pop up circles - needed Defense of Egypt and you have to search the scene. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jorie10 from I got hooked I Witcbcraft: to try this due to the latest reviews. Have to cook a new portion. This is the kind of HOP game where a Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir springs out from in this case a golden ball, and the items pictured must be found lying around in a location. As well as this kind of gameplay, there is the finding of recipes, collecting ingredients and following the instructions. Not really my cup of tea for a stand alone. I tested up through the Lootus and into the next section. Those like me who have been demanding more challenge recently have got it in Spades with this soft release. You MUST try it first!

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jorie10 from I got hooked I decided to try this due to the latest reviews. Tiny sparkles point out active areas. The storyline isn't 'in your face' and I am still not really sure whether I am training to be a witch or rescuing someone. The story was pretty much lost as you try to figure out what needs to be done. No issues. Again, a certain witch Gaia needs your help. No, for our story it would be too easy. Not really my cup of tea for a stand alone. The Ugly: there's no map, very hard sometimes to figure out where to go and what to do next. This is - at least for me - exception. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by javanda from Not bad, not at all I am really surprised by how bad reviews this game got. The glue you must add for each piece will dry. This game is nice to look at, sound is pleasant and fit well. In especially difficult cases, a dictionary will help you.

That was helpful to know. Which is better than no hint at all, but only Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir. Just a hint of that dark outlined style that totally changes the look of a game, such as they do in Mortlake Mansion. The Good: very challenging games, beautiful graphics, nice music, likeable characters The Bad: it was impossible for me to skip the mini-games even though I thought the "instructions" said that it could be skipped. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by congalie from travelling to the different places What I like in this game is that you're travelling to the different places. Not a whole lot of Fill and Cross: Trick or Treat! 3 available, but for the most part they were not needed due to the little pink sparkles indicating where you need to go next. The tooltip works everywhere, in non-search locations it indicates the direction to the desired area with arrows. In Vacation Adventures: Cruise Director review, someone pointed out that the end of the cursor shows Hand, Arrow, etc. If the pace had been better, I would have loved it. Rated 5 out of 5 by snugg from witchcraft: the lotus elixir This game is not new, not one of these very good grapic games with not so much thinking, or, if it is its almost unsolvable, Parker & Lane Criminal Justice Collectors Edition to me.


Reset and Skip options are available for the puzzles. I won't be rushing through this game, that's for sure. The timid objections of our young lady that she was not going to be a witch, but wanted simple womanish happiness, were ruthlessly deleted from the outline of the conversation, and the poor fellow again had to pack his way. Tiny sparkles point out active areas. I don't think I'd buy this game without that WT being available. The graphics are beautiful; the unusual music and sound effects, and the different approach to the way the HOGs and just moving about the game are conducted, make a nice change of pace from those typical of the major Hidden Object game companies. A single guitar, at one point. I want this game to go on the map for exellent. Also, no map. A walk-through is available on the developer's web site. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jorie10 from I got hooked I decided to try this due to the latest reviews. The music is lovely and fits the different scenes.

14 thoughts on “Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir

  1. Not a whole lot of hints available, but for the most part they were not needed due to the little pink sparkles indicating where you need to go next. In especially difficult cases, a dictionary will help you. I like that challenge.

  2. The music is lovely and fits the different scenes. I play through them in a snap. There is also some cooking - several times you have to prepare elixir or something like it - the only thing annoyed me - it was kind of slow.

  3. The Ugly: there's no map, very hard sometimes to figure out where to go and what to do next. In another review, someone pointed out that the end of the cursor shows Hand, Arrow, etc. The graphics are beautiful; the unusual music and sound effects, and the different approach to the way the HOGs and just moving about the game are conducted, make a nice change of pace from those typical of the major Hidden Object game companies. The glue you must add for each piece will dry.

  4. The storyline isn't 'in your face' and I am still not really sure whether I am training to be a witch or rescuing someone. As well as this kind of gameplay, there is the finding of recipes, collecting ingredients and following the instructions. No issues. Hint and Skip take forever, and there are no choices of difficulty levels.

  5. Instead of a diary, we have a collection of cut scenes that you can revise if you wish. Gameplay is a bit clunky. I really wondered whether buy or not, because only 2 stars usually means not good purchase. Too dark and a bit gross, but a very good style. Weird sound effects.

  6. The timid objections of our young lady that she was not going to be a witch, but wanted simple womanish happiness, were ruthlessly deleted from the outline of the conversation, and the poor fellow again had to pack his way. Not a whole lot of hints available, but for the most part they were not needed due to the little pink sparkles indicating where you need to go next. Only now the task is becoming more complicated, and time is becoming less and less, because Gaia slowly but surely turns into a stone statue. I would definitely be happy to buy another game from the same developer.

  7. But, once I got the hang of it, I was able to move forward a bit more easily. Without knowledge of the language it will be difficult to play, but, in principle, real. There are spiders, snakes, insects and other creepy stuff everywhere. I just purchased the game after I downloaded the Trial to see if the Reviews were correct in the assessment of the game's problems. Some of the puzzles were easy, but many including HOGs were fairly challenging; for some puzzles, part of the challenge was literally in figuring out what the rules were.

  8. So I would recommend this game, but strongly recommend NOT to skip tutorial as I did and then had to catch a lot of things during gameplay. Only now the task is becoming more complicated, and time is becoming less and less, because Gaia slowly but surely turns into a stone statue. I play a LOT, have been for 50 years so The music is a nice change. In another review, someone pointed out that the end of the cursor shows Hand, Arrow, etc.

  9. I think. No issues. The developer is just a couple of people, and they produced a great first I think effort. Let's support them and give them a chance to improve and bring even more interesting games.

  10. Those like me who have been demanding more challenge recently have got it in Spades with this soft release. Witchcraft I recommend to you who love to ponder for a while with beautiful grafics, nice calming music, no stress. The music was enchanting and the graphics good.

  11. The graphics are gorgeous and the music haunting. I can feel a coupon moment coming on and then will play in short bursts. No, the first portion, which was given to our heroine by incredible labors, did not save Gaia. But if you like that style of play, the game certainly is of sufficient quality and a certain charm.

  12. And what to do, who is easy now? But if you like that style of play, the game certainly is of sufficient quality and a certain charm. The second kind is normal - search according to shapes or names. Rated 5 out of 5 by snugg from witchcraft: the lotus elixir This game is not new, not one of these very good grapic games with not so much thinking, or, if it is its almost unsolvable, just to me. And still something - there are tiny violet sparkles, which show places of interest and with help of them, it was not difficult proceed in game.

  13. The story was pretty much lost as you try to figure out what needs to be done. For this sorceress, if she is amiss, requires the Elixir of the Lotus. Also, no map. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jorie10 from I got hooked I decided to try this due to the latest reviews. This game is nice to look at, sound is pleasant and fit well.

  14. Again, a certain witch Gaia needs your help. DO NOT buy without trying! The story was pretty much lost as you try to figure out what needs to be done.

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