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Vast presents another fantasy adventure in the Forgotten Kingdoms

Years ago, Minah Castle was attacked, and your parents, the King and Queen, became victims of a strange shadowy figure. You were saved by a kind woman, and you’ve lived peacefully in exile all these years. But a new threat is facing the kingdom, and as rightful heir to the throne and wearer of the ruby ring, you’re the only one who can stop it. Take down the imposter king, discover the fate of your parents, and reclaim your birthright in this beautiful Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

  • Minah faces a strange new threat in the bonus game!
  • Get music, concept art and more!
  • Replay hidden-objects puzzles and mini-games
  • Use the available Strategy Guide

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 832 MB

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Forgotten Kingdoms: The Ruby Ring Collector's Edition 3.5 5 28 28
Veritas Nos Defendit....There's A Truth To Defend When the King and Queen of Minah were attacked by a strange shadow, Naya took the young Prince Tristan to safety. It has been 18 years since the King and Queen disappeared, Prince Tristan must now return to claim his rightful position as the King of Minah. When Naya and Tristan arrive at the kingdom, they are faced with many complications, unrightful heirs, lies and deceit. The irony of everything becomes painfully clear with the discovery of a statue dedicated to his parents, and a plaque that reads "Veritas Nos Defendit" truth to defend! I know, I know, another fairy tale about a King and Queen whose baby was whisked away by the nanny, and returns to face an evil ruler. The storyline is definitely the same ole same ole, but I really enjoyed playing this game, the graphics are decent, the games are entertaining, and I thought the 60 Collectible Crowns had just the right amount of challenge to find them. There are Plus Sign inventory items which require interaction with before using them, and there are 20 different Achievements to earn. The only "helper" you have is a Ruby Ring handed down from King to King, and each time you use the ring, you get to play a different Mini Game. There are only a few Hidden Object Scenes available in the demo, and I was disappointed when the same scene was repeated. There are Silhouetted Shape finds where you find multiples of items that match the shapes shown, Interactive List finds, and a scene where you find items that match the words a fortune teller tells you in a story. Technically, there are some mini HOP's where you find a handful of leaves etc. There are Mini Games associated with the Ruby Ring, each time you use the Ring, you must first complete a game, which is different each time. The object is to break the crystals, once by making matches of every symbol after getting one sneak peek, the second ring game requires you to find the correct path by choosing the symbols in the correct order as shown, and the third ring game requires you use directional arrows to smash all crystals using the crystals as bumpers. The normal Mini Games are just as entertaining, my favorite game was a Honeycomb grid that requires you to fill in all the cells without overlapping. This Collector's Edition has 4 available Wallpapers, 25 Concept Art pictures, 18 replayable Mini Games, 6 replayable Hidden Object Puzzles, 11 Music Tracks, 20 Achievements to earn, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! June 20, 2015
i don't understand the low ratings I haven't finished this game yet but I have played for an hour or so and i really like this game. i wasn't expecting to like it because of all the low ratings but i think its really fun. more puzzles than Hogs some are short but there are lots of them. hogs are easy and not so long that i want to pull my hair out. i can get thru them in a minute or less. so my advice is try it for yourselves to see if you like it but if your a puzzle freak like me i think you will.... June 25, 2015
Execellent Sequel to Forgotten Kingdoms: Dream of Ruin Time to restore peace and order in the Minah kingdom in Forgotten Kingdoms 2: The Ruby Ring Collector's Edition! When your hero Prince Tristan was just a baby, palace coup caused by the dark forces forced him to run away from the castle. During the coup both of his parents were killed. He was saved by his dear nanny who loved the young Prince so much that she risked her own life to save him from the shadowy figures which took away royal guards and the King himself, despite his magical powers. Nanny even had taken King?s ruby ring, which should belong to the current ruler of the Minah castle. And when Prince Tristan reaches age 18, she gives the ring to him?help Tristan to use the magical ring to restore his rights and become a king in this current installment. The story line in this edition isn't relative to the first game. I really enjoy this series, it requires brain power and should appeal to intermediate/advanced players. Beautiful graphics and voices. HO's that require inventory items to complete and challenging puzzles. This Collectors Edition has Wallpapers, Music, Hidden Object games, an Art Gallery, Puzzles, Achievements, Hidden Crowns, a Bonus Chapter and of course a built in Strategy Guide which I highly recommend with this game, enjoy! June 20, 2015
Excellent Game! I too am confused by the lower ratings. I really liked this game and the prequel. I thought the graphics were excellent, the story line was interesting and the puzzles quite challenging I honestly highly recommend this game. June 28, 2015
Awesome game for this series! Another great story! Five Stars! After reading the comments about low ratings I had give to a review after playing all the way through. I can say that I was far from disappointed. Like Dream of Ruins (the first game in this series), I found the story captivating, the graphics and music great. Also, the puzzles were a bit challenging(in casual mode), which I liked. I loved the use of the ruby ring to dispense the magic of the crystals. Finding the hidden crowns was an extra. The developers of this series has given their audiences two great but separate stories. (They do tie the two stories together in Ruby Ring by the peddler mentioning she's off to (Aerius), which is a kingdom in the first game). Some mentioned that the game was 'short'. I never noticed this because I was engrossed in the story and kept busy by exploring to find objects, and completing puzzles. I highly recommend this game to all who want a bit of challenge and great story! July 10, 2015
Awesome game! This game had Colorful scenes, a different sort of story line, and challenging yet fun HOS's and mini games. I appreciated how the story was revealed as you moved through the game. Great game to play. July 9, 2015
Loved it, worth the money. Not sure why folks are mixed on this game. Its a very long game - so maybe that's it. I look at it like - I really got my money's worth. Graphics, mini games and story line all good. The CC edition was worth the money as I used it to find the remaining few crowns that were really hard to find. June 5, 2016
Short But Sweet Based on the trial. Again, this is one of those trials that allows 90 minutes of play where it is certainly not needed. The trial took me less than half that time. Great opening. The music is beautiful, as is the artwork, and I immediately felt drawn in and wanted to play the game. So props for a great start up. I loved the scenery throughout the trial though the animation is a bit clumsy, and the lips don't move when the characters talk, which is a pet peeve of mine. I only came across one list HOP., which was fine with me. Since I always get rid of the sparkles, a couple of times I stumbled across scenes that were actually puzzles. There are lots of them, but they are all fairly easy. I liked the music, though the whispering is a bit creepy and got on my nerves after a while. There are coins to collect at the beginning and you can use them to buy items from a strange character on a hillside. There are also crowns in every scene, so collect them too. The story is nothing new; royal person has to save the kingdom, blah blah blah, but overall I found the game entertaining and would have liked to play a little longer. I don't think this game should be a CE and as such, I won't be buying it. But I might spring for the SE when it comes out. As always, please play the trial yourself before deciding. We all like different aspects of these games. June 20, 2015
Entertaining and a bit challenging... Hello friends. Well, another addition to the Forgotten Kingdoms series. There are a number of "Forgotten" games, but only one other in this series, which I did not purchase. In the beginning, the graphics seemed as though they were going to be somewhat cartoon-like, but after the opening scene, they were quite good. Colors are very clear, bright and true. Game play was very good, had no problems during the beta test or this demo. Voice overs are well done, age and character appropriate and don't sound like someone is just reading from a script. Music is rather soothing and changes tempo depending on what is happening at the time. There is not much in the way of animation, but this game seems to do fine without it. Sound FX are not many, but nicely done. HOPs are not many either, so far, but are clean and clear and items are not difficult to find. They are pretty straight forward and I did not see anything new or different. Puzzles were very well done and not as easy as you may think. They do take time and thought to complete. I had one that had me quite frustrated after a while, but I kept at it anyway. Jump map is very helpful and clearly shows where objectives are and where collectibles have been missed. SG is the usual. Hint system is very helpful but did not see that it transported you to other locations, since I used the jump map to see where I needed to go next. The only collectibles I found are 60 crowns. These are very well done, not all that easy to see, and well hidden in some locations. They are different shapes, sizes, colors and some silhouettes, but can be seen if you really look for them. The trick is to remember to look. Just remember, they can be anywhere. Really liked this challenge, and I think this is what made this one CE worthy. I found this game to be entertaining and with enough challenge to make me want more when the demo ended. I was disappointed when it was over. I liked the story line, even though it was nothing new, but with a little twist. I think this game will appeal to all levels of players. Yes, I am going to get this game for my collection. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. June 21, 2015
Fun game with some challenge So many games lately have been too easy. The Ruby Ring has some challenging games and not too many HOS. Good storyline. Enjoyed the length of the game ... felt like it was worth the CE! June 20, 2015
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