Queens Tales: Sins of the Past

For many years, a war has raged between your father's kingdom and that of the Elven King, but now the tide has suddenly turned, and your father has been imprisoned! What's worse, the Elven King now wants you to be his bride! Time is running out before your wedding. Can you escape the Elven King and free your father? But don't be too quick to judge, for at the heart of this war lies a dark secret, one that is buried deep within your own past. You must unravel this mystery and unmask the true villain, before it is too late!

I liked the bad guys and the pest or whatever he was, I think a rat that kept appearing. A tremendous amount of creativity went into illustrating this game. Stick your cursor into every nook and cranny to find new sections to investigate, then take those items and put them to use in a series of magic-inspired puzzles. Also not sure if the Orc men will figure in later. Nothing really wrong with it but nothing really dynamic either. Give it a try. Another Middle of the Road Game This was an okay game. Most are interactive list finds, but there are also HO's where you open up packages that reveal silhouetted shapes requiring you to place items that match the shapes into the box. Eventually she will find the recipe for a shrinking potion, but there is only enough potion for 8 uses, and you will be asked to confirm your choice when using this magical spritzer. The Queen has one more story to tell us, this is the story about Grandmother Eleanor, and how she saved her father the King. For this reason, I dropped one star. Highly recommend Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bwake47 from Completed Game!! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Yurnmesis from Nothing Dynamic The graphics are good, in fact better than most.

A tremendous amount of creativity went into illustrating this game. The Hidden Object Scenes are repeated which is a big disappointment to me, it's plain ole boring a second time around. Give it a try. The HO scenes are not a squinting painful dark where you cannot see. Most are interactive list finds, but there are also HO's where you open up packages that reveal silhouetted shapes requiring you to place items that match the shapes into the box. The story was not new but there has an interesting wrinkle with the elf boy and I am curious to find out how he turns out in the end. I enjoyed the story and hoped for a good ending, which I got. The Hidden Object Scenes were just okay in my book. Something of a surprise The graphics were very good and clear and interesting. You can feel it in the gentle shading of the static backgrounds as well as the dramatic flair thrown into some of the animations. The Bad No real stand-out features to draw you in. The Mini Games were pretty decent, most are available in a Casual or Hard mode such as selecting two flower petals at a time, to match the symbol in the center, if you select wrong, the petals move to a different location. Hidden object scenes keep it simple with a list of items at the bottom and a crowded room of random stuff up top. When all of the Chess pieces have been found, it unlocks a game of Match 3. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Weenie from Fun Game I liked this game and played twice.


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When all of the Chess pieces have been found, it unlocks a game of Match 3. Regency Solitaire is a very resourceful and capable Princess who soon learns that her father has many enemies, one of which has imprisoned her father in Turbo Fiesta portal leading to a strange and dangerous world. Qjeens of the puzzles and HO scenes were a little different and fun. The Queen has one more story to tell us, this is the story about Grandmother Eleanor, and how she saved her father the King. Also Queenns sure if the Orc men will figure in later. Stick your cursor into every nook and cranny to find new sections to investigate, then take those items and put them to use in a series of magic-inspired puzzles. Creative world building and art direction. No Princess is complete without a sidekick, which happens to be a majestic Pet Store Panic, who can break mystical barriers with the drop of a single fiery feather! Lots of fun. The CE also has 12 hidden Fortune Telling Cards that will allow you to play a card game when all have been found, to get a prediction, also very Queems. If I tired of them, I was relieved to switch to a—not your typical match 3—a match 3 similar to Amazonia. Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from what happened to the artifact??? Some of the inventory items have Sparkle Unleashed magnifying glass above them indicating the need for further action before using them such as combining that item with another inventory item or repairing the item first.

The Hidden Object Scenes are repeated which is a big disappointment to me, it's plain ole boring a second time around. Some of the inventory items have a magnifying glass above them indicating the need for further action before using them such as combining that item with another inventory item or repairing the item first. I loved the hidden Chess pieces feature in the Collector's Edition, which were located throughout this royal adventure, each piece gives you a tidbit of royally interesting factoids about it's origin, which I absolutely loved. HO scenes are regular ones, silhouettes, find similar items, and place items where they go. Hidden object scenes keep it simple with a list of items at the bottom and a crowded room of random stuff up top. Eventually she will find the recipe for a shrinking potion, but there is only enough potion for 8 uses, and you will be asked to confirm your choice when using this magical spritzer. Another Middle of the Road Game This was an okay game. The Bad No real stand-out features to draw you in. There was one glitch, the first time returning to the past you have to find mosaics and complete a picture, says you can turn the pieces but I couldn't get them to turn so just skipped it. Give it a try. The level of challenge was not terribly high but I guess I could have raised the play level. The graphics are good, in fact better than most.

Can't think of anything I did not like although the challenge level could definitely been higher. I really enjoyed playing this game. Once you finish the Bonus game, you will unlock jigsaw puzzles of the scenes Summer in Italy the map as well. The story was not new but there has an interesting wrinkle with the elf boy and I am curious to find out how he turns out in the end. Something of a surprise The graphics were very good and clear and interesting. So you did have to rely on the hint for guidance. There are a few fun extras Swarm Gold keep you entertained along the way, including hidden chess pieces and other stashed secrets. The Queen has one more story to tell us, this is the story about Grandmother Eleanor, and how she saved her father the King. The Bad No real stand-out features Tricks and Treats draw you in. Lots of fun. The HO scenes are not a squinting painful dark where you cannot see.


Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Be Careful Who You Trust Looks like there's been a coup d'etat at the palace, be careful who you trust Princess! The graphics are good, in fact better than most. A tremendous amount of creativity went into illustrating this game. Even a simple hammer is a two-part item that looks like human fists bound at the wrist. Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from what happened to the artifact??? Stick your cursor into every nook and cranny to find new sections to investigate, then take those items and put them to use in a series of magic-inspired puzzles. There are a few fun extras that keep you entertained along the way, including hidden chess pieces and other stashed secrets. It seemed like a short game in my opinion. Something of a surprise The graphics were very good and clear and interesting. Some of the puzzles and HO scenes were a little different and fun. Lots of fun. Give it a try. The map was pretty useless as far as letting you know where activities needed to be done. The level of challenge was not terribly high but I guess I could have raised the play level.

10 thoughts on “Queens Tales: Sins of the Past

  1. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from love forgives all this is a great game! You could jump with it, but didn't know where to jump. Lots of fun. If I tired of them, I was relieved to switch to a—not your typical match 3—a match 3 similar to Amazonia.

  2. The Hidden Object Scenes are repeated which is a big disappointment to me, it's plain ole boring a second time around. The story was not new but there has an interesting wrinkle with the elf boy and I am curious to find out how he turns out in the end. The Princess won't have to fight this battle alone, a Druid will guide her through the spirits, but can he be trusted?

  3. If I tired of them, I was relieved to switch to a—not your typical match 3—a match 3 similar to Amazonia. I really enjoyed playing this game. Eleanor is a very resourceful and capable Princess who soon learns that her father has many enemies, one of which has imprisoned her father in a portal leading to a strange and dangerous world.

  4. Most are interactive list finds, but there are also HO's where you open up packages that reveal silhouetted shapes requiring you to place items that match the shapes into the box. The graphics were okay and the storyline had few surprises. When all of the Chess pieces have been found, it unlocks a game of Match 3.

  5. Lots of fun. Most of the early mini-games are well-illustrated but not all that unique. Most are interactive list finds, but there are also HO's where you open up packages that reveal silhouetted shapes requiring you to place items that match the shapes into the box. Can't think of anything I did not like although the challenge level could definitely been higher. Not too difficult either, so good for family play.

  6. The sound was appropriate to the game and never was annoying-I was able to keep it on. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by patricia from Some interesting characters and puzzles. It is a good rather leisurely game that I look forward to finishing. Sins of the Past uses an old school style of HOG design where screens are absolutely packed with distractions, everything from scaled-up objects to tiny, nearly camouflaged ones.

  7. No Princess is complete without a sidekick, which happens to be a majestic Phoenix, who can break mystical barriers with the drop of a single fiery feather! Also not sure if the Orc men will figure in later. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Weenie from Fun Game I liked this game and played twice. The Mini Games were pretty decent, most are available in a Casual or Hard mode such as selecting two flower petals at a time, to match the symbol in the center, if you select wrong, the petals move to a different location.

  8. Nothing really wrong with it but nothing really dynamic either. HOPs are varied, but no morphing objects. Also not sure if the Orc men will figure in later. Come along..

  9. Something of a surprise The graphics were very good and clear and interesting. The sound was appropriate to the game and never was annoying-I was able to keep it on. No Princess is complete without a sidekick, which happens to be a majestic Phoenix, who can break mystical barriers with the drop of a single fiery feather! If I tired of them, I was relieved to switch to a—not your typical match 3—a match 3 similar to Amazonia.

  10. The graphics are good, in fact better than most. Not too difficult either, so good for family play. I enjoyed the story and hoped for a good ending, which I got. Can't think of anything I did not like although the challenge level could definitely been higher.

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