Living Legends: Ice Rose

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(372.98 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Novelist Edward Grand has found evidence of a terrible tragedy in the city of Rosemount and sets off to investigate in Living Legends: Ice Rose! Help Edward gather information for his new book and explore the Castle of Ice Queen in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Scour the frozen landscapes and thaw out important locations as you solve an intriguing mystery in Living Legends: Ice Rose!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 398 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Living Legends: Ice Rose 4.2 5 108 108
Lots of fun ! L V Ice Rose is a terrific game. Puzzles are challenging but not impossible. Scenes are beautifully rendered. Game mechanics are excellent. Nice long game. Everything I could want . . . except for the ending. The ending was VERY unfulfilling. The game designers should have created a much more dramatic end for this. But besides the ending, this game is well worth the purchase price. May 5, 2012
Disappointing ending Overall this was an O.K. game. I love hidden object games, this one I played on hard mode and found myself stumped a couple of times. However I was very disappointed at the ending of the game. It seems as if there is going to be a sequel but the game just satisfaction at all. May 14, 2012
Hidden Object Scenes Instead of using puzzles that require thought, this game relies heavily on hidden object scenes - lots of them. The graphics are nice, the storyline is semi-interesting, but the level of challenge is poor. There is a lot of back and forth movement between puzzles, that becomes boring very quickly. May 3, 2012
Lovely graphics, rather boring gameplay This game has gorgeous graphics, reasonably interesting puzzles and a good length of gameplay, but is let down by the predictability of the format and it's linear style, ie: each discovery leads, in almost every case, directly to the next. There isn't too much to tax the old grey matter here. As usual , there are just too many hidden object scenes (yawn), and the old story of picking up an object, using it, losing it, then having to find a similar object to do the job later on in the game. Overall, if hidden objects and straightforward, fairly easy to solve, games are your thing, then this is for you. Personally, I became bored quite quickly! May 11, 2012
Bad ending... For the most part, the game was inviting. Liked the storyline, the graphics were good, game play was decent for a lazy Sunday afternoon. However, the ending was whack! I thought my pc was having issues, so I played the game again, same result :( the ending seems too unfinished, like maybe there's a sequel right around the corner, but I haven't seen one yet. so, I do not recommend this game, you will be very disappointed at the end. August 5, 2012
Short game-ended abruptly I was surprised at how short the game was. Pretty pictures and okay story line, but just not enough play time for me. May 7, 2012
Fun challenge awful ending! I enjoyed playing this game. I'm an impatient player so there were a couple of mini-games I passed on. The story line was great but I felt the back and forth on the elevator was excessive. Overall I really enjoyed the game until the end. It's hard to remember how much fun the game was when the ending was so unsatisfactory! What were they thinking? I recommend this game but all should be aware they will be disappointed at the ending! April 27, 2013
Could Have Been Better I liked the puzzles but the lack of voice-over made the story uninteresting. You just don't feel immersed in the Ice Rose world. This game has a lot more potential. May 28, 2012
It was okay I thought this game was going to be good, and the storyline captured me, but for me it isn't a 'must purchase' game, even with the Memorial Day sale. To me there wasn't a great deal about this game that set it apart from many other games of this genre. I found the puzzles to be quite difficult with little explanation. The HOS were reasonable, but some objects were quite small and difficult to find. The was a lot of moving back and forth, without a map, so some people could find that annoying. I wouldn't say that I WON'T purchase the game, as I was quite pulled into the story, I will wait for it to become a Daily Deal - it's not worth paying full price, or even $4.99 from my point of view. May 27, 2012
Not bad, but Frozen Beauty is better... TITLE Living Legends: Ice Rose Standard Edition full game (about 3 hours) DEVELOPER 4 Friends Games produced by Big Fish Games GENRE Interactive Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure good v evil fairy tale STORY Your love Edward has gone to investigate evidence of a bizarre tragedy in Rosemount. Instead, he has gotten himself entangled in the coldhearted web of the Ice Queen. Under her spell, he is bound to restore her magic mirror, one shard at a time. You must rescue him and free the ghosts of Rosemount. GAMEPLAY Standard point 'n' click, inventory-driven adventure interspersed with iHOs, puzzles, and mini-games. The iHOs are all of the list type with minimal interactions. The puzzles and mini-games are all familiar and range from simple to moderate difficulty. INTERFACE ? Map - and there should have been a transport map! ?Journal - gathers clues and tracks storyline ? Hint - identifies object in iHOs, "nothing to do here" in adventure mode ? Black Bar Tips - gives clues in casual mode SETTINGS ? Sound Effects Volume ? Music Volume ? Voiceover Volume ? Fullscreen ? Widescreen ? Aspect Ratio ? Custom Cursor ? Toggle Active Area Sparkles ? Toggle Navigation Sparkles 3 Difficulty Modes GRAPHICS & ANIMATION Graphics are painterly but with enough detail to make objects clearly recognizable. Backgrounds are less clear. Colors were mostly monotone blue in the backgrounds, but better in the iHOs and puzzles. In-game animation was smooth and detailed. Cutscene animation was smooth, but the characters were more static?no lip synching. MUSIC & SOUND & VOICEOVERS The music was a bit repetitive; I turned it down. As a result, I missed much of the game and ambient sounds. No voiceovers. CONCLUSION The second Living Legends, Frozen Beauty, is a far superior game in every way. Note that it is not a sequel, but a completely different story despite being another "winter" game. This one, Ice Rose, ends rather abruptly, and you're left to your imagination regarding the outcome. There is a hint of a sequel in a cheap, horror movie way. That having been said, I did enjoy playing this one, although I'm more likely to replay Frozen Beauty. And I did get Ice Rose with a Punch Card coupon. I recommend it as a DD. June 19, 2013
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