Lost Lands: Dark Overlord Collector's Edition

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(752.25 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Susan had just stepped away to answer the phone, but when she returned she saw something pulling her son Jimmy through a shimmering portal. It closed before she could pull him back. To save him, she must find a way to this other world. Before Susan lies a world that no one else has ever seen before... a world where magic is real and anything is possible. Find out who took Jimmy and what they want in Lost Lands: Dark Overlord!

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:

  • Beautiful cinematics and gorgeous graphics
  • A story spanning multiple worlds
  • Challenging mini-games and puzzles
  • Explore an underwater world in the bonus chapter
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 809 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Lost Lands: Dark Overlord Collector's Edition 4.4 5 53 53
Great Adventure game Has Great graphics, & storyline February 28, 2014
A very nice surprise! Beautiful graphics and cut scenes. More adventure than HOS, which I prefer and the HOS are not tedious and not just basic list type. I've never heard of the developer so I was skeptical but nicely surprised. Story line was interesting and kept my attention the entire time. A definite buy for me! February 22, 2014
lost lands:Dark Overlord Collector's Edition March 21, 2014
Fun fun This game is very fun and it has the right challenges and love the graphics they are beautiful. February 22, 2014
A Familiar Story But A Good Game At first glance a game that looked a bit dated however once I began to play, I found myself enthralled with the story along with the mechanics. Our story is a familiar theme of a young mother who searches for her lost son inside a world of enchantments. Playing as Susan, you realize that your son Jimmy is suddenly ensnared in roots and is dragged off into an old tree which turns out to be a portal that leads to another world where magic rules. As you venture off, you encounter an array of mystical creatures and realize that there is a dangerous adversary who you need to deal with in order to get your son back. Visually I thought the graphics could have been better yet I will give merit for the artwork. Although there are ambient sounds in the background, silence also prevails due to a minimal use of voice-overs. Main menu offers customized settings for level of difficulty which is always a great plus in my books. Game features include a journal, list of tasks and objectives if desired as well as a map that allows for travel and will indicate areas of interests if also desired. After having played the demo, I found myself immersed inside the game. Although I found some of the tasks very routine, the mini-games that I came across were somewhat challenging and fun to play. Hidden object scenes are varied which tells me that the developers have researched well; you have a selection of finding silhouettes, picking up objects and using them on others or a standard list to find that also include mini-puzzles to solve. Game mechanics also include searching for a list of collectables which include snails, snakes, pine cones and skulls. Not all were easy to find due to the poor graphics and lighting of some of the scenes. You also have a list of achievements and what I did find discerning was that there is an achievement of completing the main game in less than three hours. Than unfortunately mean that although there are 8 chapters, the game is on the short side and that may be a problem for some. Despite the visuals, I liked the game! While it doesn?t have the WOW factor and the storyline has been hashed out many times, I enjoyed many of the tasks and puzzles. I realize that there are no great surprises with many of the games that are coming out, however taking into consideration that there are frequent sales on CE; I will most probably add this to my list of games to buy. I just need to pay off this month?s credit card which unfortunately means I need to wait on this for a while. February 22, 2014
Game Good..Bonus So-So Liked the game a lot and played quite a while. BUT the bonus was good play but ended abruptly. The "situation" was solved by the character, but the story ended right then and there. She didn't go home to her son, get in her car and leave, just blank black screen. Bummer. I like closure. Liked the story, liked the artwork, and the music wasn't irritating. One thing that I #and some others I have talked to# would like is to kill off the wallpaper, music, etc. extras and just beef up the bonus play. How many people use the music or wallpapers? February 23, 2014
Another mother, save your child adventure While you are on your cell phone, your son Jimmy and his teddy bear are snatched by a tree and dragged into a portal! That'll teach you not to watch your child! So of course you follow him. Your first mini-game makes you find and match tree disks, so the tree will talk to you and take you into Firefly Forest in the world of Lost Lands, which has been taken over by a Great Evil - according to a sign when entering the Land. You save a baby owl from some crows, so the owl becomes your pet and helps you with the high stuff you can't reach. Your also meet the gnome Uri, who gives you a map and volunteers to help you. Just one problem -- Uri's brother now has Jimmy and keeps one step ahead of you. In Uri's house, you can make a potion to summon the Lake Spirit, who will help you cross the Lake if you find her pearl (or his -- they use both pronouns in the text.) A clever new feature implemented by the developers is a "back arrow" on your inventory panel, which eliminates the problem of how to position your cursor in order to go back to the previous screen. The HOS are either lists, silhouettes or "find then use the inventory" -- well covered by all the types. Unfortunately, the HOS are a bit dark and hard to see the objects - part of my rating of 4 for this game. The other reason is, it is not clear why Jimmy was taken -- you just wander around following the gnome who has Jimmy but you never find out why during the demo. There are several collections for you to find -- shells, pine cones, skeleton heads, ornaments -- but the screens are so dark I only found about 3 shells. And there is no indicator if there are any on the screen or not. The map is interactive and you can choose from three game modes. The extras include the normal add-ons, plus 15 achievements. While I like the game, it is not as good as several recently released ones by more prolific developers. You will have to try it for yourself! February 22, 2014
WELL DONE AND SOLID HOG-ADVENTURE Good well-developed story. 3 difficulties - Hard mode allows you to only set the time to charge hints and skips. HOS are silhouettes, put items where they belong and list-based - but scenes are quite crowded and it's difficult to find everything easily. Many more puzzles than HOS and they vary in degree of difficulty and type. Mostly adventure game. Graphics are very pretty, although sometimes they are hazy (which the developers probably intended, but I didn't think it was necessary or worked that well). Cutscenes were many and well done. A nice afternoon of gameplay. March 22, 2014
One of the better hidden object games I enjoyed this game and followed along with the story easily enough. I like the map and movement between the map and game was smooth. One of the reasons I enjoyed the game more than others was the interaction between story and game play was long enough so I wasn't feeling interrupted all the time. March 17, 2014
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