Amaranthine Voyage: The Obsidian Book Collector's Edition
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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

A long month of waiting, rising tensions and utter silence has passed. The stakes are high, and the fate of the harmonium radiation research team is still unknown. The CCPP decides to send one of the best agents – you – to find out what transpired.

As you land on the frozen mountains of Iceland, a mysterious helicopter passes above you. CCPP didn't send reinforcements, and the question arises – did someone else find out about the important research of your scientific team?

As you traverse the narrow pathways and ice coated cliff sides, you will discover the findings of your scientists, and their conclusions will be borderline impossible. The investigation will pull you deeper into the research of harmonium energy, its possible uses… and abuses.

Prepare yourself for a journey that will change your life and your perception forever.

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“What a great game! Loved this from beginning to end. I was really moved by this game!“  - Mary, Beta Tester

“The graphics are stunning and the gameplay is superb. This game is definitely a winner!”  - Walter, Beta Tester


  • Soundtracks, wallpapers and concept art
  • Unique new gameplay element – Harmonium Collector
  • Morphing objects
  • Achievements and collectibles
  • Integrated strategy guide

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 708 MB

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Amaranthine Voyage: The Obsidian Book Collector's Edition 3.7 5 31 31
The Obsidian Book Professor Samantha Bennett has made a wonderful discovery, she has found a Harmonium Extractor and a portal to another world. Harmonium is a powerful and rare element, it's energy binds the entire universe, an energy that can destroy the universe in the hands of the wrong person. That wrong person just so happens to be Dr. Schroder, who will stop at nothing to obtain possession of the Book of Obsidian, and she will need to use the unstable energy of Harmonium to enter the portal. I was a little disappointed with this Amaranthine Voyage, not surprising because in my opinion, the original is a hard act to follow. You will find the Harmonium Collector that Professor Bennett was studying, and as you collect chunks of Harmonium radiation, this wonderful device will give you powers of mind bending, Phasing and Cleansing which will be a necessity in our world as well as other worlds you visit. Some of the items have plus signs indicating further interaction is required before you can use that item. There are 40 Collectible Books to discover, and a bunch of Achievements available to earn as well. There are also Morphing Objects to collect. The Hidden Object Scenes were very well done, some requiring you to find several of the same kind of item before you can access the listed item finds. There are even clues given on stone tablets such as a Caterpillar and a Clock which translates to a butterfly! There is an alternate Bubble Shoot game, AND if you want to earn all achievements, you will have to play at least one Bubble Shoot Game. The Mini Games are pretty simple, click on matching symbols and pictures, or shoot an arrow when the rolling ball enters the bullseye. The puzzle I enjoyed the most was placing different colored and shaped wire connectors onto the board so that none of the wires crossed paths, and then swapping the circuits until they lined up, but even that game was super simple. This Collectors Edition has 21 different Achievements, replayable Mini Games and HOP's, 40 Collectible Books, Morphing Objects, Bubble Shoot Game, a Souvenir Room, Making Of, Movies, Music, Pictures, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! April 30, 2015
EIPIX has done it, once again ... I have only done the Demo, but, I was really into the story line and the game, as I have the first 3 Amaranathine Voyage Collector's Games. Someone commented, that in the Demo, you didn't get to another world ... But I did ... Otherwise, I would not have met the Alchemist. You only just get to the other world, when the Demo stops. If, you don't get that far, of course, you will not see the other world or the Alchemist, in the Demo. What, I like most about the Amaranathine Voyage games, they are independent games, meaning you don't have to get the first, to play the fourth. But, on wise advice, I would play the first game, so that you truly understand, what the Portals are and where they can take you. I love the Harmonium Device. Another great tool, for your game playing. As for the Map, I got it, but, didn't attempt to use it. However, at one point, after getting the Map ... I finished a puzzle and small area of the game, showed me where to go next, using the Interactive Map. I saw that and thought, goody, goody ... I love Interactive Maps. I did feel, that the puzzles seemed easier, than the other 3 games. But, in all honesty, I am use to playing Amaranthine Voyage Games. Therefore, I kind of know what to expect. One feature that I really, really love ... Is the 4 different methods of playing the game, Causal, Normal, Advanced or Custom! I love playing the Custom game mode. I also, make my Custom mode, to adjust to the way I like to play, short, short Hint times and everything else. Okay, I am not an Advanced player ... To each his or her own. O:) EIPIX graphics are some of the best, in the gaming world. I have quite a few games, by EIPIX and I know that, the graphics will be clear and beautiful. The Voice overs are done very nicely and the voices are pleasant, to listen to. I can't wait to buy the Full Version, so that, I can finish my game. I want to get Schroder and put her down!!! Plus, I want to see what happens between my character and the Alchemist. Must admit, he's kind of cute, even though he is only a drawing. Someone's got good taste. LOL Go ahead ... Try the Demo ... See for yourself, if, you want to play or not ... It is that simple!!! May 1, 2015
Ice and snow and harmonium? You are sent to Iceland where Professor Samantha Bennet and her assistant Julian have been looking for and studying harmonium, to find a way to control its energy. Unfortunately, another scientist, Dr. Schroeder, wants to take all the harmonium to - of course - rule the world. She kidnaps the professor and makes her open a portal to Eloria, where the Book of Obsidian is stored. The Book evidently tells you how to control the harmonium. Your task is to stop Dr. Schroeder, with the help of a handsome alchemist you meet in Eloria. Unfortunately, Dr. Schroeder sends a dark cloud, wiping you out, just as the demo ends! To assist you on your journey, you have a Harmonium Collector, that when you find the right crystals, gives you a "Mending" power, and a "Cleansing" power. Helps you fix all the broken items you come across, and removes all the dark clouds on items you need to investigate. You also have a teleporting map, which I had trouble using. But the hint button worked just fine! The HOS are interestng and interactive. My favorite involved climbing a cliff by matching rune symbols or pictures to advance. You can play a bubble shooter instead, if you prefer. There are four modes of play, including custom. Plus 21 achievements that are activity or time/hint/skip based. You have 40 books to collect, with an icon on the screen to remind you. I did not find any morping items. Other extras include the Making Of, Collectibles, Souvenir Room - my favorite - and a Bubble Shooter game. This isn't my favorite Amaranthine Voyage game, but it is worth a try, i think. April 30, 2015
I Read the Credits First I love Eipix Games! They takes us away on new adventures with every game and this one does not dissappoint. But I also love the hilarious credits which I read before I start playing. With Eipix it like getting an interactive movie. Thank you to the whole Eipix crew. May 2, 2015
Questions! I like the earlier games in this series and so trialled the CE, broke my usual rule and bought it - on special offer - rather than wait for the SE. Still having fun. However, I have already encountered some unexplained puzzles: 1. How does our protagonist receive an instruction by cassette tape some 20 years before they were invented? 2. How does her ally follow her across the ravine to the monastery - you'll see what I mean when you get there. 3. I can just see there will be more... May 6, 2015
ZIPLINING AND SCHUSSING THROUGH ICELAND IN A GAMING EXPEDITION TO SAVE THE WORLD It is 1953 and you are on a quest to save the world in a lackluster game by the Master Gamers. This is a puzzle-bound expedition with an interactive puzzle-like inventory with varied, innovative and creative HOP scenes. However, this expedition gets a little bogged down with some of the main puzzles - to me, most were WAY TOO EASY (in one - just clicking buttons to solve it) although there were some which were of average difficulty. I felt the puzzles were not as innovative as in other games by this dev. The storyline and graphics are decent but not as well-done as their other games. To me the Harmonium Collector you receive in your quest to save the universe is a trifle gimmicky. This little Norse trek did not spark enough interest for me to purchase this game. The demo is VERY SHORT (it ends without entering the alternative worlds) and probably not indicative of the complete game. However, I found the demo a little tedious lacking the creativity and innovation we have come to expect from this dev. From the demo, this is a decent game, just not a stellar one. Still, this game is far better than the best from other devs. HERE ARE THE DETAILS (AKA SPOILERS) FROM THE DEMO: DANGER! - "SPOILERS AHEAD!" - TRAVERSE CAREFULLY THROUGH THE WINDING TRAIL OF THIS REVIEW AS THIS HIDDEN PORTAL IS FULL OF GAMING KNOWLEDGE WHICH MAY SPOIL OR ENHANCE YOUR EXPEDITION. Sarah Bennett, physicist, has been investigating "Harmonium," an energy source which binds the entire universe. Wanting to capture as much of this energy as possible, she treks to Iceland, which has the largest amount in the world. However, she is kidnapped by the dastardly Dr. Schroder who plans to use the "Harmonium" for her nefarious plans! You must collect this harmonium with an otherworldly device which will help fix, clean and phase items, and escort you to other worlds. Entering the first portal, you are greeted by an alchemist who informs you that this evildoer is actually after the Obsidian Book! LEVELS: Four Casual, Expert, Insane, Customized. There is the option of penalties for HOP scenes Hints range from 10 t0 120 seconds Skips range from 10 to 400 seconds GRAPHICS: Realistic but a little grainy and not as clear as other games. INVENTORY: Interactive and puzzle-like with numerous mini-puzzles within the inventory HOP SCENES: FAIRLY WELL DONE. Theme - based. Varied with each HOP scene - each one slightly different from the previous one. A Junk piles containing a series of mini-HOP scenes B. Silhouettes used to locate items which in turn are used in the HOP scene sequentailly. One of the best HOP scenes to me. C. Locating a specific amount of an item which opens up a list of other items to locate. D. MY PERSONAL FAVORITE - REBUS CLUES USED TO LOCATE ITEMS PUZZLES: WEAKEST PART OF THE GAME. MOST ARE BEYOND EASY A. Matching symbols - used twice in the demo B. BEST PUZZLE TO ME - Circuit puzzle variation of a puzzle in which you cannot cross lines followed by a variation of matching up the ends of items (transistors) together C. Locating correct symbols to open a chest BASICALLY JUST GIVEN TO YOU D. WORST PUZZLE TO ME - Pressing symbols in correct order. Absurdly easy. All you need to do is just "click" without any thinking involved E. Take aim- align a target to shoot an arrow EXTRA GOODIES: A. 21 Achievements B. Morphing objects - I didn't find any during the demo C.40 Master Scholar Collectibles D. Harmonium Collector - Collect "harmonium" to be used in the game to mend, clean, and phase. B. Map is provided as you play the game C. Music, Artwork, Bonus Game, Alternative HOP scenes D. A Strategy guide April 30, 2015
Another beauty of Amaranthine Voyage Another brilliant game that left me breathless and impressed. I played only the demo, but I got to finish whole game. The story is great as always. I literally stopped breathing from the excitement when the opening cinematic is about to begin. Your graphic in every game is more than perfect. I enjoyed in beautiful artwork, dialogues, great mini games, especially hidden object and puzzles. I loved the Harmonium device, it's magical and great for this game. One of the tasks was collecting the achievements, this time in the shape of the book. I don't know how, but every new game that you make is better than the previous one. Keep making them, I can't wait for the next one! May 6, 2015
Amaranthine Voyage: The Obsidian Book Collector's Edition Another great game in the series April 30, 2015
Excellent Game. I started off not liking this game but quickly grew to like it. ( Space, crystals and so on are not my favorite theme. ) It's a good solid game; interesting storyline, and good graphics. Its also a very long game and that makes me happy. The CC edition was worth the money as it was all new scenes ( a few repeats ) and extended storyline. It also had a pretty good length to it. March 7, 2016
Great game....BUT!!! I enjoyed everything about this game for the reasons many other high rating reviewers have already mentioned BUT there is one thing I really didn't like at all; and it's done by other devs as well. The Bonus Game is really a PREQUEL which is about what happened shortly BEFORE the story of the main game. I CANNOT STAND when devs waste my paid for Bonus Game with something that should really be a PREQUEL!!!!!! HELLLLLOOOOO DEVS...a prequel goes BEFORE the main game, not after....when eveything's all over!!!! CE's aren't cheap and hence I do expect to get a decent BG; not something that you should've included in the beginning of the main game. I always look forward so much to the BG and when devs do something like this...I'm soooo let down and disappointed!!! Gee thanks devs!! It made the CE price tag oh so worth it.....NOT!!! So, I do recommend the game.....it's a beaut BUT get the SE!! Unless of course you like doing a prequel AFTER the story has ended and brought to a conclusion in the main game?!! April 30, 2015
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