Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen Collector's Edition

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(674.52 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Journey into the mythical Snowfall Kingdom and investigate the disappearance of children in Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen! From the ashes of the snow, the legendary Snow Queen rises and terrorizes nearby villages with her supernatural powers. Rescue the missing children and stop the fabled Snow Queen before her sorrow brings upon the destruction of the world in this incredible 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:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 789 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Mild Blood
  • Mild Violence
  • Use of Alcohol
Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen Collector's Edition

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Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen Collector's Edition 4.6 5 240 240
Excellent Hidden Object Game I LOVE THIS GAME! I tried the demo and in less than 10 minutes of playing I bought the game. Each Dark Parable game is excellent and a must have for me. The graphics, the colors, the story, the HOG scenes, it is everything you want in a game! December 3, 2011
Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen CE Dark Parables is by far one of my favorite series of games, Snow Queen is one of the reasons I love these games. Dark Parables takes the usual fairy tale and gives it a bit of a twist to make the usual unusual. The Snow Queen has been nothing more than a folk lore handed down for centuries, now she has been seen by several people of the town causing most of them to flee, even worse several children are missing! It's your job as a detective to investigate the Snow Queen, fact or fiction, and of course rescue the missing children. The graphics are stunning, there is a particular style of beauty that only Dark Parables seems to be able to accomplish. There are 20 morphing objects to find which will upgrade your hint meter to refill faster with each morph found. Keep in mind that the objects won't necessarily morph when you first see them, some require a certain action or chapter to activate them. This game is also famous for the collectible parables, several gems in several parable stories and when you find all of one parable, you can read a story about it. The Hidden Object Scenes are actually Fragmented Object Scenes where you find fragmented pieces in three sections and when all pieces have been found they fit together to form a single item that will be used as inventory such as a trident or an emblem. There are tons of mini games, most of them involve creating a path using the correct number of colored tokens as shown above the game. This Collectors Edition includes puzzles, wallpapers, concept art, music, movie gallery and a bonus game, Hansel and Gretel. I always opt for the CE simply because of the morphs that are incredibly well done, enjoy! June 24, 2014
Really Fun Game I bought the CE, and the Strategy Guide definitely came in handy a few times. The bonus chapter was reasonably long and enjoyable. This is the first time I've really enjoyed the FROGs, but there's lots of other fun stuff to do, too. The mini-games were repetitious, though, and since I couldn't figure out how to solve most of them, I skipped them quite a bit. Even so, the game length was excellent. The Hint and Skip buttons charge quickly at the Casual level. No penatly for clicking! I love that. Graphics are nice and bright, and the music did not become annoying. All-in-all, I was totally satisfied with the CE version of this game. December 19, 2011
Another Great Game by Dark Parables! I have never been disapointed in this teams wonderful work sounds and graphics magnificent! Finally someone is paying attention to old tales! Game play is great. Story great good all rounder. December 6, 2011
"People's Choice Award" Inexplicably delicious! This game stimulates the intellect, making demands, offering enjoyment as you play. The scenes, a struggle or drawn out conflict between adversaries, or against powerful forces. A different twist in searching for objects that complete a significant or larger puzzle. From the moment you select "play" you are taken on a journey into the mythical "Snowfall Kingdom" of ice crystals and fallen snow. December 5, 2011
A Fantastic Game This was a fantasic game and I would reccommend anyone to buy it. I loved everything about it. It was fun,it was colorful, and everything about it, I have no regrets in trying the SE first, Than I decided I had to buy the CE and I am glad that I did. I highly reccommend this game to all the games players out there The only thing I would like to say is I just wish it was a little more challenge than what it was, but other than that it is still a fantastic game Thanks BIGFISH for this type of game December 2, 2011
Most Graphically Stunning Adventure HOG Ever! The depth of the artwork in this CE would have made this a game I would buy on that merit alone. However, the gameplay and story were well done, so what generally attracts me to purchase a game, was very well satisfied. This is a must have for any collector. December 2, 2011
A great twist to a well loved tale... I have always loved the story of the Snow Queen, ever since I was a child, and really enjoyed this twist to the classic tale! Being a fan of the Once Upon a Time TV series, I don?t mind when these new types of fairy tales integrate classic tales to make one unique and sympathetic ?evil? character, still noticeable from the classics ? as long as it?s done well and is cohesive to a good plot, making sense. It gives it a new, fun twist that I love ? and this story idea was done very well and was a lot of fun to play! The children were adorable, made you want to save them... Don?t wish to spoil any of the story, so will say that the plot intrigued, even left me misty-eyed at some points ? with a very satisfying ending that (again) left me in tears and with the feeling I?d accomplished something good? HOS (FROGS) ?Loved them? and this game contained fragments of important things needed to fit together for the objectives ? some easy, some a little more difficult to find- a good mix - but also very often pretty and fun to look for (gemstones, filigreed gold & silver pieces, ornamental crests, etc) Puzzles were sometimes the type that you had to really study the scene, to figure out the instructions (not written out, but symbolic) to figure out how to play. I actually like those- it makes me think harder and gives me a stronger sense of accomplishment when I?ve figured out the unwritten riddle. I only had to consult the SG once to see how a game started, then did the rest on my own. Music was lovely, fitting to theme. The graphics were beautifully drawn ? in keeping with the wintry/fantasy feel of the game - and most of the time very pleasing to the eye. Bonus stuff: I forgot to find all the morphs, was so caught up in the game, then couldn?t remember what area I?d located them in to try to go back and get the others (lol) but I did find half of them, and it did make the hint button fill up faster, though I didn?t use it very often, but that was pretty cool. This is my 3rd full HOS game to play here ? Phantom of the Opera Mystery Legends, my topmost favorite, is what brought me to this site and made me a fishie a month ago, now the owner of 40 games, (from the summer sales I've been taking advantage!) This has become my new addiction. ;-) ? I also recommend Nevertales: the Beauty Within)? and after playing this Dark Parables game, I ended up buying three of the others, though haven't played them yet. I wish though I would have gotten the SE for this - the bonus chapter had nothing at all to do with these characters and didn't add to or enhance this story - but focused on another fairy tale (Hansel and Gretel), which was okay- but I could have definitely done without confronting the giant spider! lol And since I forgot about finding all the morphs, I was so caught up in the many tasks, I didn't really miss that aspect of the game either. I'm not big on wallpapers, looking at the concept art, etc, so if you aren't either, and the above extras don't really appeal, I'd go with the SE. July 23, 2014
I love this game! I love this series, and can only dream it will last forever. I love how Blue Tea games does the character design of the Snow Queen and the other characters. I liked the music although it sounded a bit too much like the last one, but it fit well with the wintery theme. The only bad thing was that in the hard mode of the game it DID NOT have a secret room. And the bonus chapter didn't have Snow White warning you of what's to come for you in the next game like in the second Dark Parables game. But all in all, it was a great game! November 25, 2012
One of my FAVORITE hidden object experiences! Why? It may sound out sad, but it's a happy ending like Amber Maiden. Blue Tea put ALOT of detail into their work; this is no exception! October 28, 2012
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