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Eipix presents the next installment of the much beloved Amaranthine Voyage series! You've received a distress signal from the frozen world of Corra. What begins as a simple investigation quickly takes an ice-cold turn. It's time for the Thawing Ceremony, but those who are chosen never return. Can you help the people of Corra before it's too late? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Embark on a new adventure from a different perspective in the bonus game!
  • Find hidden collectibles
  • Reference the comprehensive strategy guide
  • Strive to earn a variety of achievements
  • Replay HOPs and mini-games to your heart's content

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  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 954 MB

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Amaranthine Voyage: Winter Neverending Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seemed rushed towards the end and on bonus Great game but the bonus chapter seemed very rushed the map through most of the game had the objectives marked. But towards the end of the main game and all through the bonus the map did not mark objectives if you picked up something and could not remember where to use it the legend on the map showed nothing so you just had to go to every location until you figured it out. Also had a few issues with the HO's not always excepting the click on an object listed. The tutorial nor the guide mentioned that in some of the HOs there were additional "morphing" objects I found the first one by complete accident and then noticed the changing symbol of flower/snowflake next to the hint area in the HO scenes. Great series and overall great game. But you can definitely noticed that the end of the main game and the bonus were rushed to completion.
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Acclaimed Series just gets better and better!!! I love all the editions and now Eipix presents the next installment of the much beloved Amaranthine Voyage series! You've received a distress signal from the frozen world of Corra and what a world it is. Exploring an alien world should be a great adventure, regardless of how hostile or dangerous the world in question might be and Eipix really delivers with this edition. Scify fantasy worlds are even more exciting, given the fact that they can also contain all sorts of creatures and magic artifacts. It is also possible to obtain something nice by combining the two concepts together. The main objective in this phenomenal game is to explore a frozen world and save its inhabitants. You play the role of an explorer whose task is to rescue people from different worlds and solve problems. The gameplay is standard for the genre, which means that most of the time you’ll be scouring the environments for useful items, while the rest of the time you’ll be busy solving various puzzles, some more difficult than others and the hidden object puzzles require extra brain power because you are searching for foreign items in the FAR FUTURE which are less than familiar. The story starts with a crash and an unexpected turn of events, although you should probably be familiar with the premise if you are intimate with the series. As it turns out, you end up in a frozen world called Corra, and things are not looking very well. In essence, the people of Corra are dying, and they need someone’s help in order to overcome to hardships ahead. I thought the hidden object scenes were pretty cool, especially since there are multiple mechanics working together to provide you with a much more dynamic experience. In addition, the world exploration is pretty neat as well.The puzzles are not terribly difficult, but they can make you break a light sweat if you disable the hints and you do not use the skip button. Moreover, the graphics are very detailed as well, which works wonders for the game’s atmosphere. The same goes for the voice acting and the sound effects, because they all come together to provide you with quite the experience. The EXPERIENCE is different than any of the other editions in the series. In the end, Amaranthine Voyage: Winter Neverending is well written and very original, and the puzzles are pretty unique as well, but there’s something quite cozy about the game like you are really there. Hence, if you are up for a nice experience and you do not mind the wintery feeling it evokes, this adventure will keep you busy for a while. Excellent job and worthy of the 4/5 star rating!     
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amaranthine voyage Winter Neverending The best Hidden Object game I have played in a long time. It holds your interest but at the same time it challenges you to use your brain to figure it out.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amaranthine Voyage:Winter Never-ending JUST INCREDIBLE! I have played all of the Amaranthine Voyage games in the series, But this one is by far the longest and the most challenging. The graphics are fabulous. I am going to play this game again, because there is much that I need to redo to more fully enjoy each HOP and each of the other puzzles. The story is quite interesting. Each player will need to take the time to fully enjoy each stage of progression through the game. RJohn
Date published: 2016-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eve Glover, AU Inspector Eve goes through her portal to the frozen world of Corra, where people are disappearing in Thawing Ceremonies. Thy are never seen again, dun dun dun. If that weren't creepy enough, there's a Pylon running the show. He sends his ambassador, a kind of "Ignore the man behind the curtain" pixillated dude. You have to rebuild a snow scooter, negotiate the snow and ice, piece together artifacts, and triumph over the HOS in order to help Corra, Kreel, and the victims of the Unthawing. I loved this game because the world felt fantastic but real at the same time. The developers have come up with a snowy, icy realm that made me shiver as I played the mini-games and explored the landscape. As usual, the developers have gorgeous graphics and interactive scenes. There's a map, custom mode, and beautiful cutscenes.
Date published: 2016-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Great Game In This Series .... Great Graphics, Sound, Story, Effects, Animations, Voice & Video Bits ... A Great Addition To This Series Of Games With A Good Emphasis On Adventure ... The Faces Of The Characters Looked A Little Washed Out In Places, But Generally The Graphics Are Very Good And Very Detailed ... Nothing Really New In The HOG's And I Do Grow Tired Of The Long-Winded Puzzles And Tending To Skip Them To Keep The Game Flowing At A Pace More Like A Movie ... The Bonus Chapter Is A Great Follow On And Wished It Was Longer ... Well Worth A Special Deal For The Extra Little Bit Of Game Play ...
Date published: 2016-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVED THIS ONE ... VERY DIFFERENT STORYLINE! i really enjoyed this game ... the artwork, voiceovers, effects, music all excellent ... the HOs were many leveled and interactive, the mini games were somewhat challenging but not overly so ... i really felt that i was on another world, yet of course there were very human elements ... been looking for something unique ... bravo! ... i am playing the bonus game now ... and no technical difficulties ... woohoo!
Date published: 2016-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Amaranthine Voyage game Great game, original puzzles, beautyfull designs, and even the music is good. Love it, will certainly buy it.
Date published: 2016-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a Bad Entry from the Amaranthine Voyage Series This one wasn't my favorite, but it was pretty decent. There's a good storyline and some fun game play. And a few of the features that have made these games really good are present here as well. First off, the Amaranthine Games feature a jump map, so traveling from one location to another and back again is easy as pie. Second, for anyone interested in completing all the achievements, this game allows you to go back and find collection items you may have missed or forgot to locate. There are also souvenirs to seek out after completing the game, plus a bonus chapter if you opt for the collector's edition. And you may choose the level of difficulty best suited for you. The story is interesting enough to follow and well voiced enough to not become annoying. You can skip over the dialogue if that's not your thing. The HO scenes are really pretty decent, though nothing is ridiculously hard to find. The mini-games are really very basic and may look very familiar to anyone who plays this type of game. Undoubtedly, you will have seen some variation of most of these games before. Some players may find the mini-games far too easy, but they were still enjoyable. Overall, I found this worth playing. Some may find it too easy, but if you want a break from the horror/scary HO games or are playing the Amaranthine series all the way through, then give this one a shot. You just might like it.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a perfect Voyage, but a huge improvement over the last two. Amaranthine Voyage: Winter Neverending CE Review based on completed game + bonus chapter + extras PROLOGUE... I have a love-hate-whatever relationship with this series, as evidenced by my reviews. • I loved and recommend “The Living Mountain” and “The Shadow of Torment.” • I hated “The Obsidian Book” and “The Orb of Purity.” • “The Tree of Life” is in the whatever category. ONCE UPON A TIME... Eve Glover is back, and with a new job description: Savior of Troubled Worlds. She’s received a distress call from Corra, an arctic world perpetually covered in snow and ice. But it wasn’t always that way. After going through the portal, Eve meets up with the rebellion and learns that the man in power, Terius Tar, is a tyrant with a loyal army he has dubbed Harvesters. Terius’ reign of terror includes a sacrificial rite called the Thawing Ceremony. Those who are chosen, allegedly for the great honor of aiding the thaw, never return. The rebellion seeks to find an artifact to overthrow Terius, an artifact that will control the Pylon’s weather center and return Corra to its natural cycle of seasons. Meanwhile, there’s another race of beings on Corra: the Burrowers. They live underground and prevent access to the weather center, killing all Corrans who make the attempt. Can Eve dispel the neverending winter? Can she heal the rift between the Corrans and the Burrowers? PLAY THE GAME... Travel around the settlement, gathering items and information, and avoiding the Harvesters. HO scenes include interactive list, silhouette, matching pairs, find morphing objects, find multiples of two different objects to unlock list panels, and riddles. You can play bubble popper instead. Puzzles are about half retreads and half original and range in difficulty from relatively simple to quite difficult: • rotate mirrors to reflect lasers in five colors from origination to destination • use left/right arrows to navigate a sled following the given map • rotate squares on a grid so that the tokens at their corners are aligned with their matching symbols • select eight labeled buttons correctly, following the Harvesters’ Oath • move tokens to their marked destinations, but you may only move them by jumping them over each other • difficult nonogram/picross using pieces that slide until they meet an obstacle, so strategy is key • copy the given patterns onto a honeycomb grid where the trick is in deciding placement …and more. SIGHTSEEING... I didn’t feel that the graphics and animation were up to Eipix’s usual amazing production. For an arctic world with snow everywhere and avalanches a constant threat, it didn’t snow much. There was no wildlife. The underground world seemed too clean given that the areas Eve was exploring had been abandoned for years. There was no dust, particulate matter in the air, etc. SOUNDBOARD... The music is excellent, varied and interesting. There are ambient soundscapes, motif variations, dramatic percussive accents, orchestral pieces both sweet and stirring, and more. Voiceovers are professional, but I thought environmental sounds could have been stepped up. TOOLBOX... Inventory locks open and includes plus items. The jump map indicates active areas. There is, thankfully, a complete lack of cute animal helpers. OH BOTHER! Despite the recent Mac update, the game failed to recognize that I’d successfully completed the puzzle in the Hall of MIrrors. I ended up having to skip it so I could move forward. I’ve contacted Eipix. OOH! PIECE OF CANDY... In the bonus chapter, venture outside the settlement to deal with an illness being spread by the Exiles. Replay HO scenes, puzzles, and bubble popper. Collect “signs,” which are the odd globes in each scene, and morphing objects in the HO scenes. Earn performance achievements. Revisit Corra and collect items for your souvenir room. Download soundtracks and wallpapers, and view concept art and videos. And utilize the SG. EPILOGUE... Overall, this is one of those games I’m not fully comfortable recommending wholeheartedly, so I’ll recommend that you try the demo. It gets kudos for original puzzles. I do recommend both “The Living Mountain” and “The Shadow of Torment” in the Amaranthine Voyage series. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2016-06-19
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