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Living Legends: Frozen Beauty Collector's Edition

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(767.84 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

The Queen has chosen your sister as her successor, but are her promises too good to be true? You were only six when your mother vanished, leaving you to care for your younger sister, Elizabeth. After she receives an invitation naming her as the Queen’s successor, she pleads with you to join her in her new royal life. All she has to do is pass a simple test to prove her worth. Is this too good to be true, or is your luck finally changing? There are many secrets awaiting you in the Queen’s castle, but the biggest dangers lie beneath the icy mountain passes in Living Legends: Frozen Beauty, a chilling Hidden-Object 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:

  • Achievements
  • Bonus Chapter featuring the mysterious Alchemist
  • Wallpapers, Screensavers, Music and Concept Art
  • Replay your favorite puzzles and cutscenes
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 836 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Living Legends: Frozen Beauty Collector's Edition 4.5 5 74 74
Couldn?t be better Adventure that will blow up the limits of your imagination ? this is my impression of Frozen Beauty. A different and smart interpretation of a famous fairy tale totally coincided with my wishes. The game aesthetics was also a delight to my eyes with the gorgeous graphics and very attractive squirrel. But what won me over eventually was the game structure (HOS, puzzles, collectibles, achievements), navigation and game flow in general. It was just like in a good movie when you become the part of the story. Frozen Beauty CE is really unique and majestic. You are still reading my review?come on, hurry up to play. July 7, 2013
Living Legends: Frozen Beauty Collector's Edition..MORE PLEASE This review is based on casual mode in the Collectors' Edition. I'll start by answering the most common question: IS it worth spending the $13.99 on the Collectors' Edition? Absolutely. It certainly is worth every penny and beyond. It's one of the few games I would play again just for the enjoyment of it. The graphics are much better than the first Living Legends (although those were nice, too!). Plot Summary: It's pretty obvious this is a story similar to that of Snow White, but different. Without revealing too much, here's a general overview of what you'll face. It asks the fabled question "Who is the fairest of them all..?" Living Legends: Ice Rose is a great twist on a classic story. You are attempting to rescue your sister from the evil queen who steals the youth of the fairest maidens from all over the land. Rather than keep to the familiar storyline, you not only save the damsel from being the Queen's next victim, you also help spirits, befriend a squirrel who, when you spend your coins, gets a very tricked-out crib, and get to meet Snow White. Gameplay: -Excellent, excellent graphics that are both engaging and unearthly. You'll find yourself moving into a new area and having to stop and remember what you were doing next, simply because the beauty of the scenery has taken your breath away. You have to remind yourself that it's art and not real. Although there are Achievements for completing HOSs in a certain amount of time, I really do recommend "stopping to smell the roses." The game is worth playing in casual mode just so you can enjoy the environment. I have to say it ranks in my top 5 most aesthetically beautiful games, and that's saying a lot as I have stupidly high standards for graphics (I figure if I'm going to pay 13.99 for a game I should feel as though at any moment the wicked Queen is going to pop through my laptop screen). -Typical inventory bar at the bottom, with logical use of items (you actually get to keep the knife for much longer than in other games!). Hint button is a rose on the right (even in casual mode they didn't want you to depend on the hint bar, so it recharges just slowly enough that it's not frustrating, but it gives you time to rethink and try again to solve whatever you're stuck on before you click it. -Strategy guide included, but not really necessary as everything is pretty straightforward on where items are used or where you should go next. You can explore areas in the order you choose and the use of inventory items and the storyline will still make sense. -As I said, you befriend a pet and you collect coins around the world to buy upgrades for his/her house. Correct me if I'm wrong, though, but accessing the squirrel's house is not easy. You either have to back out of the game completely to the main game menu, or you have to quickly click on "Pet House" when the bar pops up in the upper left after you have found a coin (it also reminds you of how many you have collected so far to spend). The coins are used for nothing else in the game, so spend away! -Sparkle areas are easy to see. HOS's are crisp, clear, and not so difficult that you find yourself gazing at the hint button with longing. I think that was because of the Achievements... -Achievements: The achievements are a mixture of ones you get just for moving through a certain level and getting to the next, to trophies for completing HOSs without hints or finding certain numbers of items within a certain time frame (12 seconds to find 10 items is the highest timed achievement). -Travel: The map is handy. There are, if memory serves, five major areas you travel to. You get locked out of the starting area after a point, but that's only because you physically don't have a way to get back to it. If you don't like the realistic play of actually walking from scene to scene and retracing your steps to return to puzzles you couldn't solve yet (which happens a lot and makes for a lot of walking time), you can click on the location you want to go back to and it will "port" you there instantly. The map also shows when you have things to do in a certain area, and when you're locked out. It's simple, easy to understand, and handy. -Journal: You can read up on your character's thoughts as she encounters ghosts (including Snow White!) and interesting items. It logs codes you should remember most of the time, but not always, so I would say jot them down if you don't have a good visual memory. As far as criticisms go, I have only the one about not being able to access my squirrel easily to bling out his/her house when I feel like taking a breather from the game. Bravo July 3, 2013
Completion of Full Game and Bonus in CE This review is based on casual mode in the Collectors' Edition. I'll start by answering the most common question: IS it worth spending the $13.99 on the Collectors' Edition? Absolutely. It certainly is worth every penny and beyond. It's one of the few games I would play again just for the enjoyment of it. The graphics are much better than the first Living Legends (although those were nice, too!). Plot Summary: It's pretty obvious this is a story similar to that of Snow White, but different. Without revealing too much, here's a general overview of what you'll face. It asks the fabled question "Who is the fairest of them all..?" Living Legends: Ice Rose is a great twist on a classic story. You are attempting to rescue your sister from the evil queen who steals the youth of the fairest maidens from all over the land. Rather than keep to the familiar storyline, you not only save the damsel from being the Queen's next victim, you also help spirits, befriend a squirrel who, when you spend your coins, gets a very tricked-out crib, and get to meet Snow White. Gameplay: -Excellent, excellent graphics that are both engaging and unearthly. You'll find yourself moving into a new area and having to stop and remember what you were doing next, simply because the beauty of the scenery has taken your breath away. You have to remind yourself that it's art and not real. Although there are Achievements for completing HOSs in a certain amount of time, I really do recommend "stopping to smell the roses." The game is worth playing in casual mode just so you can enjoy the environment. I have to say it ranks in my top 5 most aesthetically beautiful games, and that's saying a lot as I have stupidly high standards for graphics (I figure if I'm going to pay 13.99 for a game I should feel as though at any moment the wicked Queen is going to pop through my laptop screen). -Typical inventory bar at the bottom, with logical use of items (you actually get to keep the knife for much longer than in other games!). Hint button is a rose on the right (even in casual mode they didn't want you to depend on the hint bar, so it recharges just slowly enough that it's not frustrating, but it gives you time to rethink and try again to solve whatever you're stuck on before you click it. -Strategy guide included, but not really necessary as everything is pretty straightforward on where items are used or where you should go next. You can explore areas in the order you choose and the use of inventory items and the storyline will still make sense. -As I said, you befriend a pet and you collect coins around the world to buy upgrades for his/her house. Correct me if I'm wrong, though, but accessing the squirrel's house is not easy. You either have to back out of the game completely to the main game menu, or you have to quickly click on "Pet House" when the bar pops up in the upper left after you have found a coin (it also reminds you of how many you have collected so far to spend). The coins are used for nothing else in the game, so spend away! -Sparkle areas are easy to see. HOS's are crisp, clear, and not so difficult that you find yourself gazing at the hint button with longing. I think that was because of the Achievements... -Achievements: The achievements are a mixture of ones you get just for moving through a certain level and getting to the next, to trophies for completing HOSs without hints or finding certain numbers of items within a certain time frame (12 seconds to find 10 items is the highest timed achievement). -Travel: The map is handy. There are, if memory serves, five major areas you travel to. You get locked out of the starting area after a point, but that's only because you physically don't have a way to get back to it. If you don't like the realistic play of actually walking from scene to scene and retracing your steps to return to puzzles you couldn't solve yet (which happens a lot and makes for a lot of walking time), you can click on the location you want to go back to and it will "port" you there instantly. The map also shows when you have things to do in a certain area, and when you're locked out. It's simple, easy to understand, and handy. -Journal: You can read up on your character's thoughts as she encounters ghosts (including Snow White!) and interesting items. It logs codes you should remember most of the time, but not always, so I would say jot them down if you don't have a good visual memory. As far as criticisms go, I have only the one about not being able to access my squirrel easily to bling out his/her house when I feel like taking a breather from the game. Bravo! June 28, 2013
Couldn't stop playing Based on the whole game casual level plus bonus level. I really loved this game. The storyline was very engaging and the graphics were excellent. I really like the idea of having a 'pet' to spoil. There weren't too many HO scenes and some involved having to do extra work in some of them i.e. click here to reveal a hidden compartment. The mini games were very engaging and fun to play as well as being challenging. It has a strategy guide so that if you get really stuck you can have a helping hand. And my fave feature is an interactive map, that shows where you can do something as well as use it to move around rather than having to keep clicking. If you are looking for something to entertain yourself for a few hours then go for this one. June 27, 2013
Love it! I really like every part of this game. For me is just perfect. Nice visual quality and characters look. What can I say? I recommend this game for all gamers :) June 26, 2013
LOVE THIS GAME!! I have always loved these games and this one was awesome! Great graphics, music, story line, it has all. It took me quite a while to finish it on expert. That in itself says a lot about the game. Very worth the buy in my book. Just the facts not the whole story Addy June 22, 2013
Really enjoyed this one! This was a great game...interesting but not too challenging. Graphics great and it is always a plus when you have a Map to jump from place to place instead of finding your way back to where you need to be for the next task. Not too much dialog and you can skip or continue in most instances. I actually enjoyed the Bonus Play more than the main game. Very much worth the cost. June 19, 2013
BOUGHT IT! I am downloading the full version as I write this review. Lately I haven't played any HOS that I didn't want to stop....until now! This is truly a game that will drawl you into the story and hook, line. sinker you will want to purchase this one just for the story alone much less the beautiful graphics crisp video and fun puzzles. The evil witch is aging fast and lures beautiful women with the promise of being her successor, and then steals their youth and leaves their souls trapped in an icy prison. The HOS are well done and interactive such as finding the gnomes hat and placing it on his head or opening up a secret compartment to reveal the inventory items, There are quite a few mini games and they are fun and completely doable such as completing a picture of the dwarves by switching the tiles until you get the correct picture, but some of the tiles are frozen so you must switch the main character at the top between Snow White and the Queen to alternate which tiles are frozen. There are 3 modes of difficulty, and a map for traveling as well as active zones listed. You can earn lots of achievements so take care not to misclick or get hints during the HOS. Shortly after the game begins you will find and befriend a cute squirrel and you earn achievements for helping him out and fixing his home etc. as well as being able to visit the store with the coins (256 I believe) that you find throughout the game. This game has more puzzles than hidden object scenes, but it has a bunch of extras in this version bonus play, wallpaper, videos and extra HOS and mini games which makes it well worth buying the CE. Enjoy! June 13, 2013
Another GREAT GAME! Excellent story with a very well thought out twist at the end. Awesome graphics, crisp, clean, and deliciously colorful, good voice overs, cut scenes are really well done, lots of interesting places to explore, with plenty to do, fun interactive HOS. Lots of mini games, not hard which is my preference and well developed and so much fun!! 264 coins to collect to buy toys and upgrades for your cute little pet. Lots of extras, three game modes with a diary and interactive map....my favorite in a game that does lots of travel in between sites. Loved this game, entertainment for MANY hours....which is a huge incentive to buy for me, especially when it is this fun and interesting! June 15, 2013
Great & Charming Game with Lovely Music Loved the music, still humming one of the themes. :) Beautiful graphics, very nice mini games and adorable and humorous new story based on Snow White fable. The bonus game is long and fun. I liked the Pet Idea, too and used all my coins for that cute squirrel. Wished the ending to be a little more consistent and fulfilling. I remember the ending from Syberia game. There the ending with the mammoth movie was a prize in itself. That's a perfect ending. Over all I enjoy it very much and I 100% recommend it. July 1, 2013
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