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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.

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest addition to the Myths of the World series!

Before his death, your uncle hid a mysterious artifact that only you could find. What starts as a search for the truth quickly turns into the adventure of a lifetime when a ghostly apparition tries to thwart your plans! Can you break the curse of the Legionary before it's too late, or will you be its next victim? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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“Eipix rocks the game world! Cannot wait to play this whole game and see what the collectibles and souvenirs will be. The attention to details, diversity in HOS and Minigames and their new ideas on some and interesting tweaks on others are all so welcome and make it exciting to move on to a new location and see what is going to happen next. Enormously entertaining...Kudos to the team!”  - Samuel, beta tester

“Loved the game. I especially appreciated the excellent map. Good graphics and wonderful puzzles. Eipix did a superb job with this game. Definitely one to buy. Was sorry when it ended wanted to keep playing.”  - Terry, beta tester


  • Close the gates to the Underworld in the bonus game!
  • Find signs hidden throughout the game!
  • Collect souvenirs to fill the Souvenir Room.
  • Earn achievements for your otherworldly game play!
  • Save your mythic memories with posters, wallpapers, concept art, and music.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1062 MB

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Myths of the World: Island of Forgotten Evil Collector's Edition 3.4 5 28 28
This Evil Cannot Be Conquered, This Evil Can Only Be Restrained! When the Romans discovered an artifact that contained pure evil (seriously, Hannibal Lecter feared this entity) two brothers were chosen to restrain the evil within by separating the box and it's key for eternity. Vespasian, the keeper of the box and Sabinus the keeper of the key. One brother was successful, the other was murdered by his own men who were seeking wealth beyond imagination. Time eventually passed and the artifacts were all but forgotten, until Uncle Harry North's curiosity was piqued with the discovery of this very artifact that had been passed down from generation to generation. This curiosity led Uncle Harry to his grave, but, he has left encrypted clues in hopes that his last surviving niece can stop the curse he has initiated, and save the others who have been cursed before it's too late! In my opinion this is one of the best Myths of the World game to date. Titus Flavius Sabinus served as legate in Britain under Aulus Plautius, governed Moesia for seven years as well as consul for another eleven years under Nero's reign. His brother Vespasian worked beside his brother in Britain, governed Africa and eventually Judaea. Although the brothers were an important part of history from about AD 45 TO AD 52, there is no mention of them finding nor guarding an evil artifact, but I think it's kind of cool how the devs were able to take actual Roman brothers and incorporate them into a thrilling adventure on an Island with Forgotten Evil in the year 2016, AND make the story credible and believable to a certain extent. This Collector's Edition has all the bells and whistles you could ask for, not to mention fantastic graphics, plenty of Plus Sign Inventory Items to combine, and a really interesting plot. There are 42 very well blended Lyre's, or Apollo's Signs to find in each scene, Morphing Objects hidden in the Hidden Object Scenes and of course, Achievements to earn for achieving game related milestones such as solving a Mini Game quickly, or finding 8 objects within 8 seconds. The only "prop" you have in this game is the Valor's Light, which which reveals hidden caches and can protect you from the Romans who continue to guard in the afterlife. The Hidden Object Scenes aren't fantastic, and typical for this series. After playing thousands of HOPA's, I've come to realize that there's not a whole lot you can do to make a HOS exciting. Nevertheless, they aren't bad, but there's nothing proprietary about them either. There are scenes that you first find a berry of a specific type on a branch that will then move aside until you finally get to the real HOP, where you find ingredients and other items and use them back in the scene to whip up an alchemy recipe. Another scene requires you to find 5 of the same items in two groups that will then give you a tool to use to open up the interactive List finds. There are also silhouetted Shape finds as well as Sketches of two items, tasking you to find the item related to the combination of both sketches. Each Scene has a Morphing Object to find and there is an alternate game of "Skipping Stones" which is basically a Chain type Match 3 game where you click and drag a line that connects adjoining identical tiles. The Mini Game Puzzles are unique and quite entertaining. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo. As I continue to play this immediate purchase I'll add to the list other memorable puzzles on my review of the Standard Edition: 1) Valor's Light puzzle, tasking you to scan the scene in search of 4 symbols, using the lighted area to guide you right, left, up or down. 2) Help the caterpillar reach the bottom left corner by selecting and placing items from the board to overcome obstacles. 3) Complete the family tree by placing the portraits strategically, each portrait placed will will move the last previously placed portrait to the next place. 4) Complete the central shield symbol by selecting arrows to change the image on the cubes, selecting the correct image on the cube to place them in the center. This Collector's Edition has 42 Hidden Apollo's Lyre Signs, a Souvenir Room, 12 Morphing Objects in the Hidden Object Scenes, 12 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 24 replayable Puzzles, replayable Skipping Stones games, 13 Videos, 9 Music Soundtracks, 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art pictures, 13 Achievements to earn, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! August 18, 2016
SOMETIMES IT IS BETTER NOT TO FIND ANCIENT TREASURE Sometimes collecting or finding ancient artifacts can be very dangerous as you soon discover in the new Myths of the World ? Island of Forgotten Evil. Your uncle was in possession of such an artifact and before you know it you are involved in intrigue and even something more deadly. Although the game has us again dealing with an evil entity (a theme that happens to be carved in stone here at BFG) I still happen to really like this game. I have found some of the puzzles a bit more difficult than those in some recent games and that is something I appreciate. The HOP scenes were excellent and varied with some being the multi-level type that this developer introduced to the genre. The graphics are excellent as are the voiceovers and various other sounds in the game. We have the standard modes of gameplay as well as a custom mode where you can fiddle with various settings when setting up the gameplay. Your tools include an interactive map and an amulet, a dreadful gimmick that I dislike. Now that the pet helper craze seems to have for the most part ended it has unfortunately been replaced by these gimmicks that seem to be in every game that is released. IMHO, they are nothing more than something thrown into a game to extend the game length and oftentimes I think they interfere with the game?s flow. The CE version of the game include collectible lyres, morphing objects, achievements to earn, a bonus chapter, strategy guide, wallpapers, video, pictures, a souvenir room, skipping stones, and a replay of HOPS and puzzles. This is a decent CE package that many of you might like. Although the game theme is familiar, the storyline is very good and grabbed my attention once the game kicked into high-gear. As always it took a bit before the game moved along ? after I escaped a burning house, and started following the clues left by my uncle. Yes, the game is what many might consider cookie-cutter but I happen to love most games from this developer who knows how to present a well told story and include the things I enjoy in HOPA games. Some might find the game easy but I enjoyed the level of challenge that was not too overly difficult but at the same time was not as easy to figure out as some games. I enjoyed the variety in the puzzles and that there seemed to be more of them than HOP scenes. I think the game has something for everyone and particularly gamers who might be new to the genre. For me the Island of Forgotten Evil is another great addition to the Myths of the World series and one I know will provide several hours of entertainment. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. August 18, 2016
EXCITING FROM THE OPENING SCENE! You awaken from a dream with the house on fire and you have to escape. The sense of urgency is present through the entire demo. The thunderstorm adds to the intensity. I love the music in this game. The storyline is a little tiring and reminds me of several games coming out, lately. You are a descendant who inherits an artifact for good and evil. However, EIPIX never disappoints with it's dramatic ability to hold my interest and excitement. The puzzles are awesome and some quite intricate. The only thing that annoyed me was the use of the artifact itself. It didn't seem to make sense, a major factor in holding my interest. I have to be able to imagine it, to be completely immersed in it. I definately recommend this game. It makes me want more. :) August 18, 2016
What We Have Asked For What have we been saying? We want someone to think of a new story, change up the HOPs and make them fun and interactive, stop doing the same old puzzles and think up new ones. It pretty much checks off all my boxes. August 20, 2016
New twist on an ancient myth! Complete CE: You receive a letter from your dead uncle that leads you to the Isle of Wight. There you meet your uncle's companions who collect ancient artifacts. As you make your way around the island you discover the secret of you family lineage, an artifact given you by your dead uncle, and how it works to ward off a centurion that hunts anyone who comes into contact with the artifact. As always, Eipex gave us another great story in this series. The story was epic. The graphics were excellent. The cut scenes and voice acting superb. And a musical score was perfect. The puzzles range from easy to hard in casual mode. And the other bonus stuff was great! September 2, 2016
Great game Mini puzzles are fun and difficult enough. I love this companies games. I only did Demo and it was wonderful. Keeps you thinking. August 24, 2016
When Romans discovered an Artifact containing Pure Evil... The Isle of Wight has always been a place surrounded by mystery. Through centuries many different civilizations lived there, and they all left some traces of their existence: castles, old towns, shrines and temples. Sometimes, precious treasure and jewelry were things they left behind. But, occasionally they used the island to hide the things that should be hidden forever. Unfortunately, they never accounted for human curiosity and lust for the unknown in their equation. In this 9th episode of the Myths of the World hidden object puzzle adventure game series, you have the opportunity to play with ancient mysterious powers and flirt with the disasters they may wreak upon mankind. This award-winning casual game from the creative genius at Eipix Entertainment will have your mouth watering with pure joy as you run around the fantastical playground of imagination in search of clues to help you solve the great mystery. Can you get to the bottom of it all before it?s too late? Find out in Myths of the World: Island of Forgotten Evil Collector's Edition from Eipix Entertainment.The story begins long ago in the Roman Empire. The Romans had discovered an artifact that contained pure, concentrated, evil. Real nasty stuff - you know, of the sort that you wouldn?t want to get out into society. Anyhow, this artifact has been passed along throughout the generations and your Uncle Harry North decided to pursue it, but this pursuit eventually killed him, so now it is up to you to get a hold of this weird piece of antiquity. Of course, Uncle Harry couldn?t just flat out tell you where it is? he had to leave encrypted clues for you to figure out its location. So, what are you sitting there for? Get started on the adventure! Love, Jealousy, and a curse awaits you. If you purchase this edition, then you are in for an extra bag of treats. The Collector?s Edition comes along with a bonus game in which you will be able to close the gates of the underworld to keep this kind of evil at bay (once again, this artifact is really bad news). The game features four modes of play including the custom one (Soldier, Legionnaire, Centurion, and Commander). You can adjust hints (10-120 seconds) and skips (10-400 seconds). You can find signs hidden throughout the game and collect souvenirs to decorate your souvenir room. As always, there is really neat downloadable media (featuring hand-drawn graphics and music) and there is an integrated Strategy Guide and a map to give you a hand if things get too ugly out there.Unlock 13 achievements and replay 12 HOP scenes and 24 puzzles as you go in the awesome adventure that is Myths of the World: Island of Forgotten Evil Collector?s Edition! Highly recommend for players of all levels! August 21, 2016
Beautiful Game What I think is a lot of people are taking for granted is how really stunning this game is. Yes, the puzzles could have been more challenging. But the game itself is stunningly graphical. A game like this would cost your much more then what I paid for it. I'm grateful to be able to experience this at an affordable price. Bravo to the artist who made it. September 4, 2016
The Evil Is OUT! Feel like I am stuck in a Pandora's box. The gear puzzle was excellent and had me going for a while round and round. Good characters, nice cut scenes, good map, fun puzzles, Wonderful HO's. I did not catch on right away to look for Morphing objects in them. collect lyres, lots to do, critter action, and nice inventory collection with some piecing together of some items. Nice paced game and goes on my to buy list. I too thought the amulet for revealing secret spots was a little boring, but kids and those who are first timers need the extra stuff to help find hidden things. I wonder if the game developers will Just give you a written letter or scroll during game play to look for certain hidden locations. Maybe look for a slight glowing or earmark of some sort so a person has to figure out how to expose the hidden area. Sometimes hammer and chisel, other times by fire so forth and so on. Maybe these tools come with the letter or note to tell you these things can be use on hidden areas. August 18, 2016
The Isle of Wight turns nasty Myths of the World is a series I've enjoyed a lot - even the patchier episodes are entertaining. (Born of Fire and Clay was hugely frustrating for technical reasons, but I was enjoying the story). Island of Lost Evil got them back on track for me. As a Brit, used to thinking of the Isle of Wight as the home of regattas and Queen Victoria's holiday palace, I found it hilarious that it was turned into the long lost home of Pandora's box infested by a vengeful centurian's ghost. It doesn't much matter though. The weather was suitably British and so were the accents. The rest of it could have taken place anywhere in Casual Game-land. On that subject, the constant rain and the general darkness made some objects tricky to find - a lot of it is quite murky to my eye. I enjoyed the storyline, which is certainly no sillier than the majority and we're spared either a cute helper or red-eyed menace. It makes as much sense as you need and no loose ends get left in the main game. I have a minor gripe at the odd mixing of Greek and Roman mythology, but that's a personal purist thing. HoGs were good. You have morphing objects to find in some of them (none in the main game). Some are interactive and all will be slightly familiar, but they are well done and remain nicely free of anachronism. The puzzles are well integrated and range from the comfortingly straightfoward to "what on earth do I do here?" In the latter case, the instructions are helpful. All the other bells and whistles are as you'd expect. Lyres of Apollo to find in each scene (some are far from obvious). You can hunt for any you miss in the extras section, which I always appreciate. Bonus game adds about an hour of game play and sorts out what happens to one character. Souvenir Room sends you back to find an extra object in each scene. Not spectacular, but certainly good enough to be CE worthy. This is a fine game and I enjoyed it a lot. It didn't for me, quite have the "wow" factor that makes a game 5 star, but others might find it does. In my mind, this is 4.5 stars worth of good entertainment. August 21, 2016
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