Otherworld: Spring of Shadows Collector's Edition

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(549.03 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Use a mystical locket to explore a magical world and save a young girl in Otherworld: Spring of Shadows! After buying a quaint house in the country side, you embark on an incredible adventure. With help from magical creatures, find and save Fiona before it's too late! Find the menacing shadow that took Fiona and return her to our world. Solve inventive puzzles and discover secrets in Otherworld: Spring of Shadows, a fun 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/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 579 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Otherworld: Spring of Shadows Collector's Edition 4.4 5 151 151
Great Game-with a poor ending. I really enjoyed most of this game, the last part is very short and the ending is really poor. It felt like the ending was very hurried and that really let down the game. Most of the puzzles were good, so I did enjoy the game. i finish the game in only 2 hrs, so not great for expert level. January 22, 2012
Enchanting game (review of full game) I passed this up when it first came out, but I can't for the life of me think why. Fortunately Omens of Summer came out, and after playing the demo for that, I just had to get both. It comes across a bit airy fairy and childish at first, but it definitely has it's dark side, and certainly kept me occupied for hours. The hand drawn graphics are charming, although they do seem as if they could use a bit more work in a few places, which is really the only reason I gave this 4 stars and not 5. I found the music soothing, and appropriate for the game. There are only a couple of list hidden object scenes, the others consisting of 'find x amount of something', which I would usually think is a bit of a cop out, but in this case they always tied in nicely with the task in hand and the storyline. I only found myself having to really search for things a couple of times due to the artwork, and the rest of the time I found the level of challenge to be just right. The puzzles are plentiful and varied, a big plus for me. Some were fairly simple, but most were middling, needing a bit of concentration but all solvable without any hair tugging. All were beautifully designed, and again, in keeping with the task in hand and the storyline. The lovely little collectibles were just one on a list of achievements, and the list was for the most art things that you had to be mindful in order to get, only a couple were the sort that you just get for progressing through the game. I find the latter sort a bit pointless, so I was pleased to see this, and the sheep one was a bit of a surprise when I got it. I played on hardcore, and was happy to see no sparkles anywhere. In total, the whole game took me just over 6 hours, including the bonus epilogue, which is a really decent length for me these days. The bonus was a good one, packed with puzzles like the main game, and a decent length. The main story is wrapped up in the main game, so the epilogue is exactly what it says, and a genuine bonus. I'm looking forward to playing Omens of Summer next, and will be looking back at other games by this developer to see if I've overlooked any other gems. September 23, 2013
An Enjoyable Game Based on completed CE game... OVERALL: As soon as I tried the demo I knew I wanted to play the whole thing. I loved the graphics and the mood of the game. The story was interesting and drew me in immediately. PUZZLES: I like a mixture of puzzles without too many HO and this was perfect in variety. I do, however, love challenging puzzles and IMO these were all very easy and straight-forward. I would have preferred a greater range of difficulty but it was very relaxing game play. INTERACTIONS: I enjoyed the storyline thoroughly and didn't skip any of the cut-scenes (though you are able to) because I enjoyed the narrative and there weren't too many interruptions. I also prefer the text based conversations with graphics to dubbed human actors. Seems I've played quite a few games lately with very obvious dubbing and I find it very distracting. NOT FOR KIDS: I try to keep a look out for games that my 10 year old son would enjoy as well but this would not be one of them. There are some creepy characters in this game and the music (well done IMO) adds to the creepiness. ACHIEVEMENTS: I loved the achievements, some were very humorous! (regarding the sheep) ENDING: The game does end satisfactorily so SE users won't be disappointed. DETAILS: Just over 4 hours for the main game on hardcore. February 18, 2013
Girly Fantasy Game Fun game completed in 4 and a half hours. Challenging puzzles and lovely settings, but confusing storyline. Would recommend to younger female players. Terrible fake British accent of narrator! November 10, 2012
Keeps your interest Good story line and the graphics are excellent. The characters are interesting and the locations border on ethereal to gorgeous. The only problem I had was getting through he stained glass cutting, as of this writing I haven't completed it. It would have been nice if they gave one an option of skipping some parts that seem to require precision use of the tool. Overall I like it-worth the price and fun. February 11, 2012
Good, Not Great Things I liked: very few Hidden Object Scenes. Colorful characters. Scary villain. What I didn't like: they made the mistake of showing us a map with lots of locations still locked. That gave me the impression this game would go on for much longer than it did. You only end up going to a few of those locations and the rest stay locked. I don't know why some developers do this, because it leads to unrealistic expectations about the length of the game. There were also too many times that I had no idea what to do with an inventory item. The Strategy Guide definitely came in handy. It's a nice-enough game, just not outstanding, in my opinion. But better than many, so for that reason I will recommend it. January 28, 2012
beautiful scenery, a good game overall,except..... i did like this game, however, i found myself slightly confused at times due to the nature of having to go back an forth for all the puzzle pieces, which at times are frustratingly hard to find.on a more positive note this game is worth every penny. the attention to detail in the graphics is stunning, and maybe if id persevered i would have become more engrossed in the storyline. overall, a good example of HOG's, large file/adventure game! February 5, 2012
Dark and creepy good times best graphics i've seen in a while, really suitably creepy background, reasonably difficult hidden object scenes, some hard puzzles all add up to a very enjoyable game. i think it is worth the ce price, and if you liked the Mystery Case Files games, you will probably like this one, based the level of difficulty. February 1, 2012
Pretty Hidden Object & Puzzle game The graphics, for the most part, were lovely and the main reason for me buying the game. The games had enough challenge to keep me playing, however some of the HOG parts were kind of annoying and repetitive. They storyline was interesting, even if it felt somewhat unfinished. January 25, 2012
Fun and relaxing game The game starts off as most of these games seems to - finding a lost child who is distant kin. But then thiings get a little different. Your search takes you to the land of the fae. The main 'enemy' is a Shade, but is drawn in a way to appear spooky without actually being so. The hidden object games aren't the normal 'junkyard' piles, which is a pleasant change. The graphics are beautiful. The voice-over is clear and well done [although the main voice is a little irritating]. The only real complaint is that there was absolutely no challenge to the game. I did the whole game without a hint, or a peek at the SG. The bonus chapter - called an epilogue - is actually a prologue that fits in nicely with the story. The puzzles were a little more challenging than the main game. The game itself loadied quickly, without any 'trouble spots'. Overall, a lovely and pleasant game to play. January 25, 2012
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