Save your kingdom from disaster in Flights of Fancy: Two Doves! You return home from a royal party to discover that your estate has been robbed. Someone has stolen the magic dove that has been in your family for generations. To make matters worse, the king's magic dove has also been stolen, and if the thief learns how to use the power of the two birds, the consequences could be disastrous! With the king missing and the kingdom's citizens falling victim to a strange curse, it's up to you to save the kingdom. Embark on an extraordinary journey in this gorgeous Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! 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:
You have the achievements to collect. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shytownbears from Fantastic HO game!! My fingers and toes are crossed for a good sale this weekend. Based on the demo, this is adorable and for once a family game, my grandaughter will play this game over and over and that is nice to see. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cherleadford from Most Enjoyable Game I was not disappointed in any way with this game. The map is interactive, the HOS are also interactive, and the mini-games are challenging -- when you think you've solved one, you haven't. Visually it is definitely an ERS product. Get the CE! The fairies and the interaction with other animals was a pleasant surprise. Dropping or clicking items to make something happen can be tricky. I didn't need to skip one. Now, we kind of regret saying that since the fantasy, bright and cute games that ERS-G has been putting out lately were not as great as their creepy ones. The music was there but not annoying or distracting, just there fitting the scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skborneman from Flight into fantasy!!
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As you return home Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns is strange. It is a a game that is challenging but not real hard. Most have a reset but there are a couple puzzles that do not have the reset option, which would be nice as those are the ones that I have the most problems solving and would like to start over. The interactive guide does not follow you nor do the hints help with where you need to go. ERS Flower Fiesta again, though. I recommend that you give the game a try. The scenery was nice and so was the music. Enjoyed the HO's as well as the mini games. Some games have a wide area where the mouse click will trigger the result but you have to be pretty exact with this game. The game came with a couple Hospital Haste helpers, one, a fairy, the other a "ravensaurus" who would do anything for something to eat. It was quite long There are also a variety of achievements that are awarded in the form of yummy cupcakes. I did use the map but found I only needed to use the Strategy Guide a couple times, mostly to understand what I needed to do with the puzzle. It challenged me to really think about what needed to be done. Same with the graphics.
In ERS you often have a helper, in this one you have two I really liked this feature a lot. Sound quality is excellent. The very first thing I loved about this game popped up in the settings. I realize she was sad but still sounds raspy. Dropping or clicking items to make something happen can be tricky. You find arrows along the way that give you more hints, but the hint button refreshes quite quickly that they are not useful. Of course, I'd expect nothing less from ERS. You really have to play the demo to appreciate how lovely it is. The artistry is simply gorgeous and the animation is superb. And the game is worth all the wait. There are also a variety of achievements that are awarded in the form of yummy cupcakes. And you can customize the settings to your heart's content. I saw some reviews talking about singing mushrooms and thought, "oh man, not for me.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by micheleappleyard from Very nice! The past of the kingdom Egyptian Settlement 2: New Worlds get told by an Fancu:, which appears several times in the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Teakapacem from Teaka Simply beautiful graphics. What a beautiful game! The story was interesting and different. I really liked this feature a lot.
It is not that we do not enjoy the lively theme of the game, it just feels a little too childish. Very old world Renaissance, with flutes and catchy tunes. The lush vibrant colors, the adorable and not so adorable creatures, the beautiful detail work is a work of art. Your hint is an archer and a fairy can help you out if magic blocks your path somewhere. Evidently there is a second magic dove somewhere hence the title but not yet visible in the demo. There is also a wee little elf also to be named to give you hints should you need them. The storyline is quite unique and mystic. There is the evil Baron Kass with red eyes, who seems to be behind all the badness. Some of the puzzles have a level selection option which is great! The only thing I don't like are those singing mushrooms. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by esteroverde from "Flights of Fantasy" For a "fantasy" type theme that this game has, it's pretty good even if you don't particularly care for fairies and such. The diary is kind of useless. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JC from Excellent Short and simple: wonderful game, well thought out.Not too dark or spooky, Not too much yakkity yak and probably the best part about this were the mini puzzles. Some of the items to pick up are so well blended into the scene I ended up missing them. It lets you jump to any area you've been to before I liked using an unexpected object to accomplish a task. I used it a time or two. I liked the puzzles, and the different extras in the game was so nice for a change. As you return home everything is strange. It was long playing and had so much to do I hated for it to end. All in all, a very satisfying game! If there is anything I think should be different, as others stated above, is the hint arrow is sometimes hard to see. So afterall I would recommend this game to every fantasy game lover and it deserves surely 5 stars. Want no sparkles or prompts but want the skip button to complete in 10 seconds? Worth the money in the amount of levels.