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Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.07 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

During your career as an archaeologist, you firmly believed that the Tree of Life was simply a myth. However, once you uncover a magical artifact, you open brand new worlds of possibility. You're whisked away to a lush world that is slowly being poisoned by a mysterious dark force. Your artifact is the key to restoring this beautiful world, but dark forces stand in your way. Protect the artifact and save this dying world in Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life, a thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game.

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Downloadable soundtrack and art
  • Exclusive behind the scenes video
  • Re-playable mini-games and hidden-object scenes
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1114 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life Collector's Edition 4 5 86 86
Could have been excellent.... Even though this game offers everything I expect from a CE as achievements, collectables (40 zeppelins, 14 butterflies) the acting of the real characters somehow annoyed me? But the scenes are beautiful drawn! Gameplay is fluently. Good mixture of interactive HOS and not very challenging minigames/ puzzles. Found items are used soon. We have a map (no transport-function) together with a tasklist. 2 modes to choose. Nice: There is a control panel attached to the inventory, which contains helpful tools you will find during the game, like bow and arrow, spear? This is a perfect game to light up a rainy day!! January 27, 2013
Sometimes Less is More! A Sci-Fi Fantasy story that takes us to a mysterious world filled with Hidden Objects, Puzzles and Adventure. You play the role of an Archeologist who has recently stumbled across an artifact that seems to have a link to the Tree of Life. After your airship crashlands, you discover the the Tree is no longer just a myth and there are strange beings who are trying to take the artifact from you. Your mission begins as you travel through a dying world and uncover the mystery of the artifact. A beautifully rendered game that should have qualified for five stars but unfortunately just missed the mark due to some annoying features. First off, the graphics are beautiful to look at but were blurred. At times it seemd like there was a mist that covered your screen, making everything look ethereal. Still, the artwork is stunning and real actors are used during the cut scenes. Be prepared for what seemed to me to be alot of cut-scenes at the beginning. Voice overs are good as is the music. Game features two play modes however much to my disapointment, you get sparkles and black bar tips in the advance mode. What really was annoying was the constant objective tip-bar that kept popping up on the screen. Way too much hand-holding in this game which is a pity. Also included are a journal, again with a list of objectives and tasks as well as a map that also indicates objectives and tasks. It seems that the game really wants you to know what your objectives and tasks are. The map offers indicators but does not allow you to travel so be prepared for alot of back-tracking. I got through the demo and found the game entertaining. The HO scenes are crowded and interactive. Again graphics were a bit blurred and some items were difficult to make out. What I did like was that you are given a riddle for your final inventory object and some of them were not that easy to figure out. Mini-games were relatively easy and the ones that I came across were the usual games we have seen so many times. Adventure game play is your standard point and click to find your invetory tools that either open, unlock or repair. As for extras, this game offers alot of extras like achievements and two types of collectables Also I noticed that there is a mystery included in your list of acheivements that you need to figure out what it is. That definitely will make the game interesting. Also include in your extras are HO scenes and puzzles to play along with the bonus game. Tree of Life should have been a five star game and I so wish I could rave and rant about it. Unfortunately where visuals are concerened and the constant tips and objective that keep popping up in both play modes just atook away the fun. The storyline also moves rather slowly and I actually found that I did not pay too much attention to it. All in all, a game that offers everything including the kitchen sink but seems to lack substance. I will nevertheless buy the game as it does seem to be of a good length and does offers re-play value. I guess it is true what they say, sometimes less is more. January 27, 2013
Wonderfully Great The arrangement of this game flowed quit nicely. Lots to do in beautiful settings. The interaction with characters was good and it was fun sweeping the cursor over the butterfly's and clicking on hidden zeppelins. Is is a very easy game and liked how they did their HO's. The music was very good and the adventure was wonderful. January 27, 2013
EASY Hog/Adventure Game Plot = you've discovered an orb, bad guys want it, but it protects you from them. There are Achievements - lots of them. Options - Full screen, custom cursor, aspect correction, music, SFX and voice. Extras for CE - Puzzles, HO, Movies, Music, Making of Video, Pictures, and Back Story. Difficulty Levels - 2 (Regular and Expert). Regular - Hint and Skip are quick, Sparking active zones. Locations with an available action and objective are indicated on map, but it won't jump from location to location. Expert - Hint and Skip take longer, No active zones are indicated and only the objectives can be found on the map. Hidden Object games are easy, blue items are either concealed or need to be assembled. Final object is found with a riddle. Game keeps adding more and more items to find. Started with 40 Hidden Blimps, then 13 Butterflies, not to mention pieces for puzzle games. Good mix of HO and puzzle. Graphics - fairly well done. Music - atmospheric, but not irritating. Voices - could be better, but well done. Overall - ambiance gives you an urgency and creepiness - well done in this area. ALL games are typical - nothing new yet, and VERY VERY easy. Overall an enjoyable game for a Sunday afternoon, but nothing at all challenging. January 27, 2013
Good Game - Interesting HOPA As an archaeologist, you find yourself transported to another world on a quest to save the Tree of Life from a sinister foe. Good game for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Finished the demo and added the game to my purchase list. Liked the storyline, a nice change of pace. I found the graphics to be clear and colourful, and especially liked the sound. Cutscenes and voice overs contribute to the experience. The music enhances the moment, dramatic at exciting spots and soft and relaxing elsewhere. The puzzles are not difficult and the HOS interactive, with the added fun of solving a riddle to obtain the final item on the list. Forward movement mostly with inventory used quickly, so travelling around is not laborious. Collectibles galore as well as achievements, but you don?t have to work too hard for them. There was help at every touch and turn, with objectives popping up to give you the next step and to confirm a completed task. Then there's the helpful hint button and map.The gameplay is not much of a challenge really, but I was immersed in the story and liked it anyway. Will definitely buy, but not until the next CE sale. See what you think. January 27, 2013
A Buy For Me!! Not the best game out there, but definately a buy!! Plenty of achievements to get, butterflies and blimps and the usual ones (3 hidden objects in 2 secs. etc.) A bit grainy but doable, sound and music (good). Personally think that this is just as good as 'Final Cut'. No disrespect to the Devs, but I think that the human characters are hilarious. They have done a great job and I will be purchasing!! January 27, 2013
Amaranathine Voyage: The Tree of Life Good story line, fun games with a riddle after most of the HOGs. I enjoyed the trial and I just now bought the game. Fun to play. January 27, 2013
Great looking and fun! Not the most challenging of it's kind, but tough enough to keep me on my toes. Beautiful graphics, fun story line. Not overly difficult to navigate...didn't get lost. Puzzles varied and doable. I always buy the Collectors Editions, but can't insist that all invest with this game. Buyers discretion. January 27, 2013
A fun game I enjoyed this game over all but it would have been made infintely better by an interactive map that allowed you to move to areas of interest The storyline was fun, the live acting terrible ( but not distracting) Games were not overly challenging- most were very easy, as were the HOG An OK game- January 31, 2013
liked it a lot really liked this game! I love earning achievements and while I haven't finished the game the story line has gotten me hooked! January 28, 2013
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