Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.22 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Travel the magical world of Enchantia as you go on your quest to stop the Phoenix Queen. Meet the different races and creatures of this fantasy world and discover the story behind the Phoenix Queen, as you seek out your destiny and learn about your mysterious heritage. With more than 20 exciting characters, an epic fantasy adventure awaits you!

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:

  • The mysterious Kingdom in the Sky
  • Character Profile
  • Wallpaper
  • Bonus Puzzle
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1569 MB
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Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen Collector's Edition 4.1 5 134 134
Wow ! A game to buy immediately! Help to stop the wrath of the Phoenix Queen. Do not let her find the artifact and put fire to destroy Enchantia! Amazing graphics, intricately detailed, colorful and whimsical. Excellent music, VO and sounds very good. Amazing characters. Excellent story and cutscenes. Lots of gorgeous locations to explore. HOS are challenging. You have to find parts of objects in a scene very elaborate. Some mini games are known, but with a good level of difficulty. 20 morphing objets to collect. 3 play modes. Interactive map. Eleven chapters. - Plus three more chapters in bonus game. Bonus puzzles. You can see cutscenes and hear the songs again. Excellent HOPA! Hit right on target ! February 14, 2013
Enchanting!!!!!!! :) Oh, how I love these devs!! Again this game has this typical Blue Tea Games ?handwriting?. Wonderful settings/ locations, even the evil Phoenix Queen is beautiful!! Bought this without hesitation. 12 different areas. Each area with 4 - 6 locations. We have a mystical compass, which has the power to transport us to the different areas. 3 modes to choose from. 12 chapters plus 4 bonus-chapters. Objective list next to the inventory. No journal (didn?t miss one though) Next to the inventory, we have an objective list. Hint shows you the direction where to go to, in case you?re stuck. 20 enchanted (morphing) objects to find. Lots of very well designed minigames, some new, not too challenging. And what I love most: Those typical Blue Tea Games HOS, where you search for fragments of 1 object. After finding all the required fragments, you?ll add this item to your inventory. Bonus-content includes replayable minigames, soundtrack, wallpapers, concept-art, movie-gallery and a detailed character profile list. It is a very large file game: 1,2 GB! Looooong download? But when it?s finally done - expect a lot of fun!! lol There is only one thing I didn?t like: When characters talk, there is also a comic-style balloon shown? :( But nevertheless, I love this game!! High recommended!! (By the way, please excuse my ?queer? accent/ grammar some time? ;)) February 14, 2013
Enchantia is a Masterpiece! Enchantia is an art masterpiece!! Gosh, I have been waiting for Enchantia and purchased it outright without the demo, and true to form this game developer has never presented a game that IMO was a disappointment. Enchantia is just a feast for the senses. It goes without saying that the graphics in this game are beautiful. The voice-overs are excellent and I really like the story. I don't find the cut scenes cumbersome or to be too many, in fact they lay the story out perfectly. Along with the excellent graphics, we have interesting puzzles. I had a bit of difficulty with the first one but soon caught on to the sequence of switching. It's nice to have puzzles in a game that require some thought to solve. I am not a huge fan of FROGS in general but I do enjoy the ones from this developer, mainly because of the beautiful artwork they incorporate into these scenes. Another plus is that we get to find "enchanted" objects throughout our journey. Love the map! IMHO, this game is the same quality and caliber as the Red Riding Hood Sisters that came from this developer late in 2012. Enchantia looks to be just as wonderful and may even surpass that effort. If I could give this game ten stars I would, and each one would be very well-deserved. Thanks BFG and developer for a very beautiful and challenging game. February 14, 2013
Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen (Not Completed) FINALLY A FROG! ! ! Feels like it's been forever since a well made one showed up. Smooth game play, love the cursor, no lagging, always have full screen. Have been playing 2 hours so far to see how it runs...For now, see ratings. Will post a review upon completion in the forum. First time posting here. I'm a sucker for F-R-O-Gs, great visuals/sound, a well done storyline, fairytales, fantasy, castles and when all these things are in one game, I can't ask for more....except more FROGS please. I had recently cancelled after being here for many years. It didn't take much to buy this game outright after viewing the video and the dev's reputation for the kinda games I like. Thank you BFG! ! ! This is why I joined BFG in the first place! See you in the review forums. February 14, 2013
What a "Hot" Game Blue Tea Games have done it again. The developers that have given you the Dark Parables games now rises from the ashes to give you the Phoenix Queen. You travel to the land of Enchantia to try to stop her and help the inhabitants. You meet great, colorful characters and find out about the Queen herself and discover secrets about your own background. The HO scenes are beautiful, the mini games are fun, and the graphics are breath taking. This is one hot game to have released on Valentine's Day! February 14, 2013
ENCHANTIA I just finished the demo and really loved this game myself..the visuals were outstanding and the vo/s were great..the music fitted the game but as most you do get to a point when you either turn it down or turn it off..the level of challenge for an intermediate player as myself was perfect..I really like this type of mini-game find the parts to what you need instead of looking through junk piles for one thing..the storyline was very good and loved how the phonix queen would pop-up when you least expect it and you don't know what she is going to throw at you...I really recommend this game for all players..being a CE game you do have the stragedy guide but I found I really did'nt need it..if I got stuck..the hint button was enough...and I also liked the quick and easy way to travel via the map..I know I don't write what I think very well..but I really highly recommend this game..have fun all February 14, 2013
Another Evil Queen The Phoenix Queen is destroying Enchantia because the inhabitants are destroying Enchantia's natural inhabitants. Evil often does not make sense. So far the game is fantastic. I am writing this as I'm downloading the full game. The stragegy guide is very good (why buy the CE if it's not, even if you like the game?). The hints are good if you are stuck. As soon as it's installed I'm diving back in and may not come out till I've finished it!! The HOS are of the 'find the pieces' variety, not my favorite, but, not a game stopper either. Enjoy! I know I will. I couldn't choose Enchantia as my favorite game, but, it is!! February 14, 2013
Downloading as I write this Review!!!!!!! Cannot fault Blue Tea Games!!!!!!!!! Clear graphics, voices in cinq, fragmented items (which I love), haven't tried the hint button but there are morphing objects to collect to make it recharge faster, and as far as I can tell, no collectables or achievements. Beautiful scenery which is expected from these devs. They really take the time and trouble to make exceptional games!!!!. Only played for about 10 mins. as can't wait to add this to my collection!!!!!!!!! Come on! It's from Blue Tea so it must be good!!!!!!!!! Seems to be plenty of characters throughout the game to help, and to hinder. Highly recommended. February 14, 2013
Reviewed of Completed Game.. Blue Tea Games. I love them, what more can I say? This game is well thought up, has a really nice plot that wraps up in the main game but continues into the bonus to show you how it all started which is very much appreciated. There are 3 modes, I played the hardest and was able to complete all the puzzles without skipping them. The only one I thought I was going to have to skip was the last puzzle BUT when I changed it to normal, I realized I could beat it and did without the skip. Kudos to a game with original puzzles that are challenging but still doable. I love the beauty of the graphics, the enchanted (morphing objects) that even though they don't help you on hard mode are still fun to look for. I love the fragmented object scenes which usually I am not much of a fan but I love them in blue tea games. I found this game magical, enchanting and I really did not want it to end. The bonus chapter has 3 chapters and took about an hour. I played this game over a 3 day period and probably put over 4 hours into it. I really, really enjoyed it. The only thing that wasn't up to par was the map. I have no problem not having a jump map BUT this was not even a helpful map. There are a lot of "worlds" you travel to and there would be a big star if you needed to go there BUT it would be a star in the middle of the world so you had no idea where in that world you needed to be. In the hardest mode, you have no hints so I would basically wander around until I found something or resort to the walkthrough. I always play with no hints or skips when I have a walkthrough and this game was very doable but the map was just a waste in my opinion. Also, sometimes worlds wouldn't be highlighted that you actually needed to go to so for the longest time I thought it was very linear where you couldn't go back to a place until they told you but I realized later, I could go to them anytime I needed once I unlocked them and sometimes I needed to go there even though there was no star. Overall though, this was a very fun engaging game. There seems to be a controversy about "killing" off a race of people. You have to choose between horses and wolves. I chose the wolf people and I don't know why people are saying there are dead horses because there aren't. It just shows the horse people moving on. Maybe they changed it since I see an update but I really didn't feel it was anything terrible AND I love animals of all kinds especially horses. I feel like the game was nudging you to pick the wolves anyways because the temple god said they had been there the longest and a bunch of other things. I really did not feel it was inappropriate as other games have you do such worse and like I said, I saw no dead bodies. May 4, 2013
Baffled by negative reviews...this one's a winner TITLE?Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen VERSION?Collector's Edition (full game) DEVELOPER?Blue Tea Games GENRE?Fragmented Object Puzzle Adventure (fantasy) STORYLINE?The Phoenix Queen feels that the various races of Enchantia have abused the land, and that it is her duty to cleanse them from the world so that life may begin anew. It is your task to stop her and save the races from extinction. OVERVIEW?Having read the other reviews, I'm utterly baffled. Some people gave this game negative reviews because they don't like FROGs, which is like ordering lasagna with mushrooms then complaining because you don't like mushrooms! One person protested that they'd never heard of this fairy tale, as if originality should be penalized. Several mentioned "blurry" or "grainy" graphics; they were certainly crisp and clear on my MacBook. GAMEPLAY?Standard Blue Tea point 'n' click adventure interspersed with FROs and puzzles. The storyline unfolds through a mixture of cutscenes and character dialog, some of which is a bit long, but there are subtitles so you can click to continue once you've read the text. There are many items to collect, both found along your way and through the FROs. You can also collect enchanted objects (the ones that morph). INTERFACE?The map is actually a magical compass which transports you between the areas of Enchantia. Within each area, there is no map, but since each area is limited to a few "rooms," you don't need one. The hint meter shows you specific items in the FROs. I didn't use it in the adventure part, so I can't speak to how it works there. TECHNICAL?No issues. GRAPHICS?Extremely colorful, well-drawn, and incredibly detailed. Classic Blue Tea graphics. The FROs are quite ornate, and the pieces you need to find are well-integrated into the scene, making a nice challenge and giving you time to enjoy the scene itself. I think I used three hints throughout the entire game, all in the FROs. CUTSCENES?There are two types: narrated storyline and character animation. The narrated storyline is done in a more monotone palette, as if you're viewing a manuscript. The character animation is quite lifelike, the animation itself smooth. MUSIC?Orchestral and appropriate to the scene. There are some quite dramatic pieces and some haunting melodies, depending on which part of the game you're in. Very well done. SOUND?Ambient sound really stood out for me. There were lots of atmospheric sounds that were reminiscent of Myst: low tones that played on your emotions. You almost don't realize they're there, but they have a huge effect. Game sounds were appropriate and not annoying. VOICEOVER?Quite well done, I thought, without melodrama. SUMMARY?Writing this review without revealing too much was difficult. When I look at reviews, I ignore the stars and actually read what each person says. Hence my "overview" comments. I feel that a lot of reviewers panned this game unfairly. I thought the storyline was original, which is a rarity these days with the plethora of puppetmasters, disappearing relatives, snow queens, and dissatisfied ghosts. I happen to like FROGs, as I'm sick unto death of junkpile HOGs where you acquire a knife, use it once, then stupidly don't get to keep it for the rest of the game and have to keep looking for new knives (or other sharp objects). For once, I'd like to keep the bloody screwdriver/knife/hammer I worked so hard to find! Whereas the items you find in FROGs are unique and for a specific purpose. Lastly, Blue Tea never releases throwaway games like so many other developers I could name. Clearly, a lot of time, work, and attention to detail went into every aspect of this game from the storyline to the artwork to the music to the programming. Compared to a lot of other games I've spent $13.99 on, Enchantia was a steal. I thoroughly enjoyed it and feel I got my money's worth. My only caveat would be the long dialog, but you can skip through it. I recommend this game and rate it 4 and 1/2 stars. February 21, 2013
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