Lost Lands: Ice Spell Collectors Edition

The cold has come to the Lost Lands in the middle of the summer. Folk are hiding inside, trying to warm their homes while the deep freeze threatens their lives. The elders say that the spirit of the Frozen Mountains has awoken, but they were mistaken. The real cause lies deep in the ancient history of the Lost Lands, when the world was young. Join Susan on her quest to find the source of the sudden winter and help her bring warmth back to the Lost Lands.


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Highly recommend this game! Fun, engaging, non-intrusive music, good games - some I've never seen before - and great graphics. I saw this game under the top rated H. The H. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by conja from Landss: Game Darkness and Flame: The Dark Side great graphics and storyline! Cake Shop 3 one-hour bonus chapter adds another layer of storyline to the four-hour main game. One of the things that I liked the best was that the HOPs were integrated into the story and they were not just piles of random Victorian junk but part of where you are: that is, if you Ladns: in a barn, then you are looking for barn-type objects, not fans, hairpins, pipes smoking or otherwise and accordions. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talisbird Cake Shop 3 Addictive Once this game got a hold on me I found it to be enthralling. O's I've ever played. I rank Eition up with Cadenza, but, as others observe, try before Colletors buy! I did skip some mini puzzles if I thought I was going to have to rack too much brain around it, getting more and more confused. The extras include the facility to download wallpapers as well as concept arts as complete sets which I like, and there are mini games and puzzles to replay as well as other extras. I enjoy Collsctors when there is a bonus game to play.

For those of you who abhor the silhouette style HOPs, you might want to skip this game: all the HOPs are that type, and interactive, to boot. Bonus chapter tells story from being a different character, so the variety in character depth is there as well. The animation is better than in most games. The story line is fantastic and actually makes sense including the bonus chapter. For me, this was a really good game. Overall a gorgeous game with unique aspects that make it charming. Voice acting is good. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ravensmoon from Lost Lands is one of the best H. As a side note I have several of the Lost Lands games and have enjoyed them all. The graphics and colours beautiful. The bonus chapter was OK, but not outstanding. The puzzles are a cut above what I have seen lately.

The puzzles are a cut above what I have seen lately. We were Silent Scream II: The Bride right into the story by the captivating opening sequence and the familiar faces of the beloved characters. Finding what to do next in a scene can be a Lst in itself. I hope Lost Lands match this amount of positive gameplay in their next installment. The story runs smoothly and there is a strategy book to help if required. The one-hour bonus chapter adds another layer of storyline to the four-hour main game.


As a side note I have several of the Lost Lands games and have enjoyed them all. Beautifully done game! The weather is particularly peculiar this year in the Lost Lands, the brutal winter has arrived way too soon. The map works very well and of course, you pick up your friends along the way, helping you when required. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talisbird from Addictive Once this game got a hold on me I found it to be enthralling. The hidden object puzzles were just the right amount of challenging. Hey, they don't appeal to everyone, so 4. The detailed artwork is simply stunning to look at and the subtle animations in each scene effectively add to the realism of the experience. For me, this was a really good game. For those of you who abhor the silhouette style HOPs, you might want to skip this game: all the HOPs are that type, and interactive, to boot. The extras include the facility to download wallpapers as well as concept arts as complete sets which I like, and there are mini games and puzzles to replay as well as other extras. Overall a gorgeous game with unique aspects that make it charming. That's just me though, I don't know if others would.

The graphics are very imaginative. However, if you don't mind them, go for it. Date published: I saw this game under the top rated H. I felt sorrow where sorrow was shown and chuckles when various things happened. Storyline was a bit all over the place and hard to get involved in, at least from the beginning, but it was coherent enough to understand when it was prevalent. And the ending is actually quite touching! Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, videos, soundtracks, replayable puzzles, five bonus puzzles, achievements, several sets of collectibles, and morphing objects. The bonus chapter was OK, but not outstanding. I hope Lost Lands match this amount of positive gameplay in their next installment. While I thought the bonus game could have been much better in many ways, the main game on the CE was superb! O's I've ever played. Beautifully done game!

The story is interesting. I did skip some mini puzzles if I thought I was going to have to rack too much brain around it, getting more and more confused. For those of you who abhor the silhouette style HOPs, you might want to skip this game: all the HOPs are that type, and interactive, to boot. It has a great story, and hey, in the scheme of things, who is looking for factual plausibility in this kind of genre which in this case has got a fairy you would only want as a friend plus an orc with attitude and a goblin that has the cutest snore among other great characters? Not all of the tasks are mundane and not all of the solutions are obvious. Good stuff! The story runs smoothly and there is a strategy book to help if required. I found myself absorbed into the game and the characters. For me, this was a really good game. Voice acting is good. The Lost Lands series is back in full force! I hope that there is a sequel, because one of the characters ends up in a pickle. The H. Overall a gorgeous game with unique aspects that make it charming. Music was well done and pleasing to listen to.

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9 thoughts on “Lost Lands: Ice Spell Collectors Edition

  1. The Lost Lands series is back in full force! Finding what to do next in a scene can be a puzzle in itself. The story line is fantastic and actually makes sense including the bonus chapter. The story runs smoothly and there is a strategy book to help if required. The bonus chapter was OK, but not outstanding.

  2. Overall a gorgeous game with unique aspects that make it charming. Voice acting is good. O games and went in not knowing that this was a sequal to the game, Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen, but the story gave enough context so I wasn't completely lost. Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, videos, soundtracks, replayable puzzles, five bonus puzzles, achievements, several sets of collectibles, and morphing objects. The animation is better than in most games.

  3. The H. The developers did a great job, and I hope they keep it up! This is one of the very best games that I've played--and I've played many! I rank this up with Cadenza, but, as others observe, try before you buy! The puzzles are a cut above what I have seen lately.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Chrisppp from A real winner! While I thought the bonus game could have been much better in many ways, the main game on the CE was superb! Rated 5 out of 5 by Ravensmoon from Lost Lands is one of the best H. The graphics are very imaginative. This game was no exception.

  5. Fun, engaging, non-intrusive music, good games - some I've never seen before - and great graphics. The one-hour bonus chapter adds another layer of storyline to the four-hour main game. O games and went in not knowing that this was a sequal to the game, Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen, but the story gave enough context so I wasn't completely lost. The animation is better than in most games.

  6. Date published: Storyline was a bit all over the place and hard to get involved in, at least from the beginning, but it was coherent enough to understand when it was prevalent. Needless to say there is no boredom. Fun, engaging, non-intrusive music, good games - some I've never seen before - and great graphics. Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, videos, soundtracks, replayable puzzles, five bonus puzzles, achievements, several sets of collectibles, and morphing objects.

  7. The graphics and colours beautiful. The one-hour bonus chapter adds another layer of storyline to the four-hour main game. The weather is particularly peculiar this year in the Lost Lands, the brutal winter has arrived way too soon. Not all of the tasks are mundane and not all of the solutions are obvious. The Lost Lands series is back in full force!

  8. And the ending is actually quite touching! This game had some of the more challenging HOPs I've seen in a long time. Date published:

  9. As a side note I have several of the Lost Lands games and have enjoyed them all. Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, videos, soundtracks, replayable puzzles, five bonus puzzles, achievements, several sets of collectibles, and morphing objects. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by conja from Captivating Game What great graphics and storyline! The detailed artwork is simply stunning to look at and the subtle animations in each scene effectively add to the realism of the experience. This game had some of the more challenging HOPs I've seen in a long time.

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