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Margrave: The Blacksmith's Daughter Collector's Edition

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(453.24 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Embark on a thrilling rescue mission in Margrave: The Blacksmith's Daughter! The town of the Cyclops appears for a single day once every three hundred years, on an island lost to cartographers. On this Day of Alignment, the town rises and sets with the midsummer sun. As the Margrave saga nears its devastating conclusion, Edwina Margrave embarks on a rescue mission into the town. Her only chance of escape is to return life to the arcane machines, and hope to the sole survivor of an ancient war, in Margrave: The Blacksmith’s Daughter. Prepare yourself for the adventure of a lifetime: the legacy of an entire civilization depends upon your cunning and compassion.

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:

  • Integrated strategy guide
  • Bonus gameplay
  • Developer notes and trivia
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 558 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Margrave: The Blacksmith's Daughter Collector's Edition 3.8 5 103 103
Great game ! This is a beatiful game. It is the next in the Margrave series and a worthy offering indeed. The game is set up for you to play as Edwina and characters address you as such. You have travelled with Tom to see this village and he has disappeared. You enter the village to rescue him. The graphics and the music are outstanding although there is not a lot of music. The HO scenes are well drawn and colorful. The hidden items are easily seen except for the one or two that are hidden black on black. The voice overs are quite nice and the narrator stays with you for the whole game. This is a wonderful feature for people with impaired eyesight. I didn't have to struggle to read; I could just listen. This is always a problem for me because the words never stay on the screen long enough for me to read all of them. You receive a map, the strategy guide, a hint button, puzzles with skips and a seecharm. I played he demo and solved all the puzzles I came across except for one. The entrance to the cyclopean village was where I was when my demo ended because I could not get the shutters to open. According to the strategy guide, I had everything I needed but it still wouldn't work. I have to get this game ! I was so into this game that the demo was over in a heartbeat. This is defeinitely a must buy game. September 16, 2012
Brigadoon in all but name!! This is a review based on the hour free play only. The game is good and even in the 'free-play' there was a lot of unique puzzles, and whilst the HO scenes did repeat this for me didn't detract from the game. The storyline didn't really get going in the hour thus I may purchase the game as it seemed to be an interesting storyline. The reason why I called my title as I did, was there seemed to be a faint resemblance to 'Brigadoon' just with a different story attached. Brigadoon was a Scottish city that only appeared once every century (for one day), so whilst this is every 300 years it did kind of put that in my mind. The game play as I say is good, the music and VO (CE edition review) is good, and I am torn between this or the latest Haunted Halls or the new Mystery trackers (probably end up buying them all (darn these developers, darn Big fish :)). Try it is similar to the others in the series in that that Edwina has to find to find Tom (who has usual goes missing), but the story and sound is engaging and the puzzles are unique enough for it to be worth a 'look-in". October 12, 2012
Margrave did it again! Loved the little helpers. Do not forget to seek out those strawberries. Great stories just listen to it to help guide you through the games. Will play again! September 22, 2012
Nice relaxing game This is based on the demo. Bought this game after 30mins of play. Game seems to be a nice relaxing game with good graphics and enjoyable mini games. I enjoyed the on -going VO since the narrator has a pleasant voice and can help the game keep moving with clues to the next location. Cyclops idea is a bit far fetched but with the whole of the game, I over looked that part of the story. Great game to relax with and so far not alot of back and forth (at least not too far back). Enjoy! September 16, 2012
MARGRAVE;The Blacksmiths Daughter CE Once I turned off the voice this game was very nice. The puzzles were different and not too difficult. I rarely buy CE's so I'll wait for the standard edition. A good game all around. One hour passed very quickly. . September 16, 2012
Good game Like the original Margrove game I enjoyed this one. Good visual and sound quality. Good Hiden Objects. Help find Tom before time runs out. September 16, 2012
Great Game Just got the game great graftices though. I liked the fact that there is a lot of play to the game. September 19, 2012
Confusing but fun Critique is based on only 30 minutes of play: This is an enjoyable game. The graphics are wonderful. The story line is a Celtic/Scottish fairytale - what's not to like there. The HOSs are clear and crisp. The mini-games are fun and engaging. There is a map and attached strategy guide. The only drawback for me was the voice-over of the main character - they used a high-pitched, squeeky, whiny voice that had me exiting the game after only 30 minutes. I still recommend the game (not everybody has pitch-sensitive ears!). September 16, 2012
World's shortest extra game I bought the game, it looked good and the graphics were very cool. Especially the parade scene where looks like my computer is jumping around when the dragon crosses. Disappointment: Was the collector edition mini-game when your defeat the game. That was like done and over with in 5 seconds. you complete 2 rooms that's it and it's over. Total waste, considering the actual game itself was a little longer than that. I've seen longer mini-games after completing the story. Wasn't even worth putting it in there if you ask me. Should of just left it out, if it was going to be that short. Definitely no challenge there. September 17, 2012
A good game A decent game but a lot of running back and forth from one end of the game to another. January 6, 2013
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