Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Four Stags Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next thrilling installment of the Saga of the Nine Worlds series! The four stags that maintain balance in the realms are missing! With Odin left powerless, it’s up to you and your companions to find them and return balance to the World Tree. With plots of subterfuge running rampant, this will be no easy task. Can you and your compatriots travel through the worlds to save them in time? Find out in this breathtaking hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

I would surmise that most people are seriously unfamiliar with Norse mythology so to provide us with this folk tale is brand spanking new to an overwhelming majority of HOPA fanatics. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janechurch from It's about time The fact that we get to instill ourselves into each primary character is fun. In Alfheim we will find one of the missing stags but it will be a long way till we may fulfill our task. From the very beginning of this game, we enter a strange new game world, where nearly every step is a mini game or a puzzle and many variable HOS give a helpful hand. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. Even the music was good, along with superb graphics and interesting characters. The story itself is pretty good. The graphics, in my opinion, grow progressively more impressive, with the final realm truly reflecting the scope of the mythology this series is based on. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Linndyloo from Excellent game! I'm a big fan of storytelling without the scary factor and this little gem from Eipix ticks all the boxes. This might very well be a solid candidate for game of the year, time will tell. In HOS the seer, the huntress and the skald are equipped to fight a fire spitting beast. Worth every penny. Rated 5 out of 5 by SuperOmmi from So many negative comments


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Who knew the dragon was actually Quite difficult at times but a long and challenging game. For example, in each realm we play, as a different character, we also have a distinctly different collectible to find that's specifically related to that realm, as opposed to just looking for the Harrowed Halls: Lakeview Lane Collectors Edition "sign" throughout. Everything from the graphics, the storyline, the animation and the puzzles blended together to make a cohesive experience. So what changed? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janechurch from It's about time I am sure that many gamers will enjoy this game because it seems to be more of an adventure, quest type game than my favored Stagss type. There are a few HOPs, but they, too, are well done and a tad different. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Linndyloo from Excellent game! My take is the game thd not for beginners as there is significant challenge as the player progresses. Great graphics, story, music etc. Happy gaming, all. I'm surprised because I really enjoyed it.

With the four stags, the four of us will continue our adventure. From the very beginning of this game, we enter a strange new game world, where nearly every step is a mini game or a puzzle and many variable HOS give a helpful hand. I played hard core as I like a challenge with no hand holding and this is what I got. The story is familiar - have to save the princess and the world. Our first station, Alfheim, is the world of the Light Elves, minor gods of nature and fertility. I loved it! Try for yourself! Only some of the MCF games that used live actors can top this achievement in game design. Overall, it was a cool game with a fresh perspective. Not necessarily likeable, but interesting. So when I saw the beta for The Four Stags I asked myself why this developer even bothered to continue the series when the first game was so bad. Vikings, gods, dragons - what more would anyone want? For one thing in the HOP scenes the items are so much easier to find than they were in The Gathering. Above all - a great story! I am sure there is significant " poetic license " involved.

My take is the game is not for beginners as there is significant challenge as the player Co,lectors. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Alpha Kimori Episode Two LogieBaby from Fouf continuing story is good as long as originality is the key element The initial Saga of the Nine Worlds is IMO one of the 5 best games of Even though this game may not have as many HOPS or puzzles, I am thankful that this game is so much better than I anticipated. It was helpful to have a reminder of what happened in the previous chapter. Frogs in Love 5 out of 5 by nextgengranny from Very happy granny right now. The story itself is pretty good. It was an immediate buy for me. The mythological background is well shown. So what changed? Then we are ready to seek the four stags and bring them back to Yggdrasil, so that they groom the holy tree again. With Elves and Dwarves we leave the realm of humans and enter other homeworlds of the Norse mythology. I am sure that many gamers will enjoy Editioh game because it seems to be more Edution an adventure, quest type game than my favored HOPA type. So if you buy CEs for the extra play, like I do, then you could get the SE and not really miss anything. Highly recommend this game for something both unique Edktion wonderful!


Worth every penny. So what changed? Mini games were new and different some easier than others but gave me a run for my money. I enjoyed the first game in this series and thought that this entry was as good, if not slightly better. It's also rather short. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janechurch from It's about time Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Linndyloo from Excellent game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by phatkhat from Wow, finally it's here! Did the beta eons ago - well, early February, at least. Germain and lots of mysteries featuring the great detective Monsieur Dupin. Except perhaps a game featuring Ancient Egypt and some pyramids and mummies Thank you Eipix for something different. For example, in each realm we play, as a different character, we also have a distinctly different collectible to find that's specifically related to that realm, as opposed to just looking for the same "sign" throughout. Yes, once again the game starts off slowly with quite a few mundane tasks to complete before it picks up momentum but it is worth slogging through all of those tasks because once the game gets going it is very, very good.

Lots of puzzles, and not embarrassingly easy, either. Above all - a great story! The fact that we get to instill ourselves into each primary character is fun. Puzzles are interesting, neither too easy nor too hard. I was fortunate to beta test this stellar offering a couple of months ago. Their knowledge of magic may help or hinder humans. I am not going to get into game specifics since I am sure other reviewers will happily fill in the blanks as to what occurs during game play. Really loved this game. Thank you Eipix for something different. There are not very many hops so far in the demo ; there are plenty of different puzzles though. In HOS the seer, the huntress and the skald are equipped to fight a fire spitting beast. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by phatkhat from Wow, finally it's here! Our first station, Alfheim, is the world of the Light Elves, minor gods of nature and fertility. There must be at least games including the devilish imp St.

5 thoughts on “Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Four Stags Collectors Edition

  1. Great graphics, story, music etc. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mcquigan from It is brilliant I love a story line; we have one here. I don't think you'll be looking for something to pull that pesky zipper up on this game; it is much smarter than that. Quite difficult at times but a long and challenging game. I think were trying to give more atmosphere by using font that looked like runes ]

  2. The story is familiar - have to save the princess and the world. All of them were very well presented and none of them were frustrating. This was one of the rare games: one that I didn't want to end! For one thing in the HOP scenes the items are so much easier to find than they were in The Gathering.

  3. Different style of graphics? You can see it on everything. Although the first HOP scene is covered in old and dusty cobwebs I could still spot the items. I'm a big fan of storytelling without the scary factor and this little gem from Eipix ticks all the boxes.

  4. Good on Eipix for showing some originality. We can help an Elf, who is threatened by a robot. We have had many more games about the Gray family ghosts , vampires and werewolves. Date published: Wow, and a sale, to boot.

  5. Yep - getting this one for sure! But the game itself is different, and the characters you have to gather to help you are certainly interesting. The art-work, music, story-line and general environment with a little touch of humor here and there I enjoyed.

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