The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World

EleFun Games invites you to the world of your dreams...or are they nightmares? Someone has activated an artifact that takes people to a world filled with their wildest fantasies. When the Imaginary World starts taking over reality, it's up to you to find and neutralize the artifact. Can you save the world in time? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure!


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If they're the usual types I Keeprr them. Be careful out there; those artifacts can be sneaky! I really like the various places you go to in the other world. I will admit that I was mildly amused when I searched each scene for things I could interact with, flowers that go poof Totem Tribe I click on them, butterflies flutter into oblivion, and tree's briefly Happy Empire: A Bouquet for the Princess with just the click of a mouse. Familiar with Elefun's vivacious fantasy, I The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World forward to the imaginary … and I indeed dive soon through a portal into an outlandish ice desert, onto floating islands, I meet a very entertaining shaman and marvel at the poetic breath of a sleeping stone guardian. There's a lot of fun feature in it. We must pick them up timely, cannot go back afterwards. I'm really enjoying this game. Of course, it is one of those tools that will need to be periodically recharged by playing Keper mini-game. For anyone who has enjoyed the television show, "Warehouse 13", this will be a delight! To sum up: what starts out as an interesting twist on mythology turns into a pseudo-science-themed game that does it no favors. I thought this game was good fun and wacky, with a great sense of imagination. That's only one short area, and then the art work is very good from then on. The graphics are beautiful like old paintings, but alas have similarly dark and muted colours.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by thistle from Neutralize those artifacts, please! I found the HO's interesting and fun, and they aren't the same each time. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Tflo from Not sure what to think of this one I do wish they would provide high def for all the video cut scenes, which appear at lower resolution than the actual game. I started the demo with interest but before long I was feeling like the game was too much into it's weird world and it became more annoying than fascinating. The graphics are beautiful like old paintings, but alas have similarly dark and muted colours. He has decided to retire and has left his not so ordinary Antique Shop in the capable hands of his niece Alexandra. Who wouldn't want to! If they're the usual types I skip them. The HOGs were interesting and had a unique twist to them. I liked the music. The artwork is very nice. I did enjoy them though.

This game came out Jan. This is where the ultimate answers lie to the back drop to this incredible story plot. Although, she lacks a bit driving skills, her precious "keeper's device" is stolen by the first available sub demon, and she has a Imayinary to trust the Keepper people. It surely is is a game for yard sale junkies and flea market addicts Campgrounds III usual, the artifact was not completely neutralized sloppy work, Alexandra! In fact, in some scenes, they're quite blurred but, perhaps, that was the developer's intent.


I was one of those who played the trial version, and found it fantastic. I thought the creatures were silly looking but they still were effective in their roles. At the beginning of the game there was an area that you had to replace a few things that looked like cardboard. Date published: Wouldn't I rather thwart the monotony of commonplace life? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from I'm putting in my 2 cents, 'cause I want this series to continue! The graphics were dominated by hues of pinks and blues and were foggy with little brightness in any of the scenes. No ugly junk piles, it's somehow a homely messiness. About halfway into the game about the time the villain is revealed , the story undermines the whole premise of the game, and it's almost like they didn't know how to finish it after that? The hops scenes are some times repeated and I don't have a problem with that. There are lots of creative, magical touches throughout the game. HOPS - in the main game.

I like that feature. Along with the beast comes a brilliant, dangerous soundtrack which creeps right up our spine. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Back to Reality Imaginary World sounds like an exciting game, and it starts out promising, too. I love all these features, however, I just wish there was an option to choose that would prevent the cursor from turning into a pointer finger whenever you scan across one of the "hidden" collectible or morphs. In order to access the portal you must obtain a prism-like crystal that is the key to the Imaginary World by freeing it from Gregory Williams, a famous illusionist. If you want to pass some time just having a little fun, get this one. But well No ugly junk piles, it's somehow a homely messiness. I absolutely adore this game! It surely is is a game for yard sale junkies and flea market addicts I thought this game was good fun and wacky, with a great sense of imagination. Lovely gameplay, easy to figure out what to do next, excellent challenges, fascinating story, and just enough back story so you didn't feel like you were stepping into a hole. Good voiceovers! I appreciated the dialogue between the characters and the voices were very good. Although, she lacks a bit driving skills, her precious "keeper's device" is stolen by the first available sub demon, and she has a tendency to trust the wrong people.

In some places it was light-hearted, and only occasionally, mildly sinister. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. The Collectors Edition has 70 collectibles and 33 morphing objects, thus it might be tempting for addicted collectors. As always I suggest that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by worlockslady1 from Good Game, Worth Playing I found this game interesting to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by upsysydaisy from Plenty Of Extras In This Fun Game I played the trial version and was pleased with the amount of extras I encountered in my limited time Compared to other Elefun games, the fun is a bit scarce or not very obvious. Except for the loading between scenes taking a bit longer than usual, the game ran very smoothly. Playing as fledgling Keeper Alexandra Anderson, we are immediately attacked by a manticore that crashes through the windows of the antique shop. Maybe that's why it got lower marks on the art. But we must find a lot of small items in dark corners. I liked being in the world of the game. As usual, the artifact was not completely neutralized sloppy work, Alexandra!

10 thoughts on “The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World

  1. I usually do that because I like the hint and mini games to be as short a time as possible. Although this is the second in the series, you will have no problem with the plot even if you have not played the first game. I remain impressed with the team who bring us these games.

  2. The characters have to press 7 buttons to open the exits, and Bob moves in the opposite direction of Alexandra so their paths cannot cross. So funny- game. If you select the Custom mode the hints recharge in a range of 10 to 35 seconds, and the puzzle skips in a range of 10 to 50 seconds. Three or four puzzles I found quite challenging, the rest is still so simplistic that it's almost a bit insulting.

  3. The characters have to press 7 buttons to open the exits, and Bob moves in the opposite direction of Alexandra so their paths cannot cross. Kudos to the development team for another great installment of this very engaging series. Wouldn't I rather thwart the monotony of commonplace life? How about a reward for playing a HOP without misclicks? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by spythere from Back to Reality Fledgling Keeper Alexandra Anderson looks like a nice girl scout, but has quite an imperious voice.

  4. But we must find a lot of small items in dark corners. I enjoyed this unique adventure that I will probably play it again today. But the last words of the shaman nearly swept me off my feet. Very enjoyable and definitely recommended. Collectibles are pretty abundant, three kind of them; magpies will have a feast day: - 36 Puzzle pieces, often well hidden.

  5. If you prefer the CE version of games this one includes morphing objects, collectible items, and puzzle pieces to find located in the various scenes in the game. In some places it was light-hearted, and only occasionally, mildly sinister. However, it appears that there might have been some uncontrolled thoughts floating around, that have subsequently materialized, especially into googly-eyed monsters! Cannot say why exactly, but something was missing to make me want to add to my collection.

  6. The characters are interesting and display personalities you can believe and like. You collect 36 puzzle pieces that you can put together 4 puzzles after you finish the bonus chapter. After a little snooping around, you found out that Uncle Paul went into a mysterious portal and the stolen book is your only gateway to that world. It also helps that The Keeper of Antiques has such amazing graphics and special effects. It surely is is a game for yard sale junkies and flea market addicts

  7. The Mini Games are okay, nothing too difficult, nothing that stands out either. There are lots of creative, magical touches throughout the game. I'm really enjoying this game. Neither would we give her the strength to tear apart a thick rope by sheer brachial force.

  8. It surely is is a game for yard sale junkies and flea market addicts However the manticore must have fled from a pet shop, since it waits docile until we find the magical safety net. I will admit that I was mildly amused when I searched each scene for things I could interact with, flowers that go poof when I click on them, butterflies flutter into oblivion, and tree's briefly bloom with just the click of a mouse. If you love earning the achievements then you will be happy that there are 18 of them in this game with many of them being multi-part.

  9. These are fun- card and sliding disc in the bonus chapter. You collect 33 morphing objects, one per scene. It surely is is a game for yard sale junkies and flea market addicts

  10. I chose the easy mode for the trial version, to quicken the pace and the hint and skip reloaded in 10 seconds. The bonus game is a nice addition and takes the story a bit further. That's only one short area, and then the art work is very good from then on. We are immediately attacked by a manticore that crashes through the windows of the antique shop.

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