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Your sister Margaret was nearly killed in a recent explosion at Stonehenge, which has ripped opened two magical portals that are spewing ice and fire! Mi6 has sent one of their top agents to help contain the calamity before these elemental forces destroy the world. Team up with him and find a way to enter these new worlds and uncover the cause. Along the way you’ll discover the true purpose behind Stonehenge, one of the world's oldest mysteries, in this rich hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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Labyrinths of the World: Stonehenge Legend 3.8 5 8 8
Beautiful Game With So Many Worlds To Visit The standard edition of this game played like a Collector?s edition. I can't imagine what that was like. I don't know how I missed the Collector's Edition when it came out. This beautifully drawn game has superb graphics, storyline, loaded with puzzles. I like, I like. Great hidden objects. I would think I was coming to the end of the game and then finding out I was not finished. Long game with so much to keep you entertained. Thank you graphic artists for your outstanding artwork. I always marvel at the surreal settings and interesting characters you create. Thanks to all who work so hard to put together a wonderful game. I am so happy I tried this game. It's one of my favorites and I will play it again and again. September 9, 2016
They Had Me At Stonehenge! I was instantly intrigued when I read the title, Stonehenge Legend, because I've always been fascinated with Stonehenge. How in the world, or should I say otherworldly, did they have the technology back then to build them, much less to move those huge monoliths? We still don't know for sure why they built them which is even more fascinating. I will say the game has an over abundance of purple hues, but after all it's supposed to be a fantasy themed game so I'll cut them some slack, so on with the juicy stuff. Margaret has gotten herself into yet another pickle, good thing you're an expert in the paranormal field. Margaret was personally selected for an internship at Stonehenge, studying the recent fluctuation of it's magnetic field. Things went south very quickly and an explosion occurred, Margaret was the sole survivor thanks to MI6 Agent David Redford. After further investigation, you discover portals to other worlds within Stonehenge, worlds that are suffering dangerous weather phenomena caused by someone or something her on earth! Labyrinths of the World games are one of those games that flies under the radar, they aren't epic games, but they are surprisingly entertaining games with really interesting storylines and features. The Collector's Edition version has Collectible Character Statuettes, Hidden Artifacts, Morphing Objects and Hidden Marsh Lights that give you the option of "buying" 11 different Zoological Garden Creatures, and an abundance of Achievements to earn. The Hidden Object Scenes are basically the same type, Interactive List finds, with a handful of Silhouetted Shape finds thrown in for good measure. There is one HOP that allows you to interact with the scene as it relates to Keywords told in a story as you are tasked with finding the related items and replacing them within the scene correctly. You can also opt for a Match 3 game if you're not into the HOP's. The Mini Games aren't bad, and each game gives you the option of choosing an Easy Mode or Hard Mode. Even better, if you can't beat the puzzle in Hard Mode, you can always switch to easy mode. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Press 5 buttons in the correct order, pressing one button may affect others. 2) Choose and drag the sliders to adjust them so that every symbol turns green, clicking on one slider may affect others. 3) Enter the code shown on the tag by swapping adjacent tiles. 4) Restore the picture by swapping pie shaped sections. 5) Move the mirrors up or down so the beam of light bounces off each mirror and through the portal. 6) Lower all of the magic vines, lowering one vine may affect others. 7) Use the glowing flower to find the animal that will be drawn to the light. 8) Arrange the flowers so they match the same colors as the leaves. The Collector's Edition has 17 Collectible Character Statuettes, 20 Hidden Artifacts, 83 Otherworldly Particles that allow you to buy 11 different Marsh Creatures for the Zoological Garden, 35 Morphing Objects, 22 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 27 replayable Mini Games, 5 Music Soundtracks, 22 Videos, 40 Achievements, 19 Concept Art Pictures, 17 Wallpapers, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! September 5, 2016
Much to like, but... **play the demo yourself!** I would have liked to buy this game. Music, graphics, and story are great. Hmmm... there's a sale on... well, OK. But I am so fed up with idiot "heroes," that I'd like to puncture the high-tech suits some of them have worn recently. So, you've pulled your sister's fat out of the fire before, and you are a high clearance level fixer of dangerous phenomena - - - but you can't be bothered to carry a multi-tool, or a good flashlight. Even worse, when you have a tool, you use it then drop it! Heck, sister, I never leave the house without my multi-tool and a super-bright, small flashlight, with a super long-life battery. You're also defeated by a missing zipper pull. Funny, I'm 65, and I've never been defeated by one. Even before I quit biting my nails, I could get one open. Afterwards, piece of cake. I didn't see you perform the other bonehead moves of someone who prefers nice clean hands to his/her loved one's life and/or saving the world: Needing a brush to get rid of those icky spiderwebs, Needing a rake to get rid of a small pile of leaves, and Needing a trowel to excavate a little soft dirt. I so hope I won't see you do those idiot moves! I'm still recommending the game. As I said at first, it has a lot going for it. I'd buy the CE if I was still making good money. But now that I'm a poor retiree, I have to budget, so the SE will have to do! ;-) **play the demo yourself!** September 4, 2016
A MIXTURE OF DANGER AND FANTASY TO SAVE TWO WORLDS This fantastical game entices you into a great story from the very beginning. The human element brings you to help your sister at an excavation site at Stonehenge, only to witness two portals leading to very different worlds. The demo doesn't give you a hint as to who is behind this yet, which is where the game developers might have teased us a little so we want more. The visuals and music all play a part in the fantasy, which are very well done. The mini-games and HOPS were challenging enough, and I liked that I could choose easy or hard to play them. I recommend this game for the fun and the visuals. You won't regret it. :) September 4, 2016
A GORGEOUS VISIT TO STONEHENGE AND BEYOND Labyrinths of the World Stonehenge Legend is a wonderful fantasy game ? in fact one of the best in ages! Once again your sister Margaret has ended up in trouble and she turns to you for help. Doing what older sisters always do, you rush off to the legendary site of Stonehenge to save Margaret after an explosion damages the circle of stones. The graphics are gorgeous and the game is full of creative HOP scenes and fun puzzles. Your tools include an interactive map that is present at the beginning of the game, and a diary or journal that keeps track of your tasks and other notes. Happily, I didn?t find any gimmicky tools or animal helpers, aside from brief encounters with a few critters that were helpful and then gone. There is a custom mode available for those of you who like to set your own gameplay options. Trouble has found your sister Margaret once again and you receive a tearful call from her asking for your help. Margaret was doing research at the famed site when a disastrous explosion injured her and took the lives of her colleagues. When you arrive at the site you realize that Margaret is lucky to be alive. Now begins the investigation where you will find there is more to those fabled stones than you ever thought possible. Will you be able to restore balance to Stonehenge and prevent the catastrophe from causing even more cataclysmic damage to your entire world? Learn the answers you seek as you enter Stonehenge and beyond to another gorgeous world that is also in danger. Stonehenge Legend has some beautiful HOS that are varied with some being quite interactive. Although some of the puzzles seem familiar, they are somehow different with some requiring a lot of thought to solve. During the demo I skipped several of the puzzles because I didn?t want to take the time to solve them at that point. Once I get into the full game, I can take more time to figure out some of those trickier puzzles. I love this game and, at least for me, it is so much better than the other games in the series. I found the storyline grabbed my attention and I wanted to know more about what caused the disaster at Stonehenge. The characters were interesting and, although I wasn?t too fond of some of the voice acting it is still a very interesting and entertaining game. In recent months I have become a bit bored with the same old theme in HOPA games and I love it when a game developer steps outside of the box and shows a great deal of creativity. It is refreshing to see a game that doesn?t deal with evil beings or witches striving for world dominion. Honestly, I am looking forward to seeing more games that move a bit further from the supernatural and concentrate more on a good mystery or well-told story. This developer has nailed it with a game that should be a definite contender for game of the year. I?m hoping that the next Labyrinths of the World will be just as terrific as Stonehenge Legend. As always, please try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. September 4, 2016
STONEHENGE - ICE AND FIRE I agree with my fellow fishes --game had a variety of hidden object scenes and interesting puzzles. And it is for an SE a long game. September 13, 2016
Guess I'm in the Minority This is posted after playing the demo. I just don't like this game. It's way too much fantasy for my liking. I did the beta test and wanted to see if they had made any changes. There is really nothing wrong with the game, it is just too juvenile for me. I don't think my granddaughter would care for it either. The graphics were okay. Really nothing out of the ordinary for this type of game. Lots of pinks and blues fill the screen. Sound is good especially the voice overs. The one thing I really did like about the graphics were the hands. Yes, hands actually appeared to use objects instead of the object magically appearing and cutting or doing its thing without any hands working it. Small deal I realize, but it is worth mentioning. I didn't care for the mini games. They were repetitious in that they seemed to be "do this, but it will effect something else." My least favorite of all mini games. Hidden object scenes were well done and pretty varied. The map was interactive transporting and showing where there was something to do. You have a choice of difficulty of which I chose the custom so as to set the hint and skip to their quickest times of 15 seconds. As I said, this was a fantasy. So far as this type of story goes, this was well written and had continuity which is important to me. I was so excited that the game was about Stonehenge, but when I got into it and found the fantasy aspect, I just lost interest. Give the demo a try and if you like this kind of theme you will probably love this game. It just wasn't for me. October 10, 2016
Predictable and illogical First, for those who haven't played much games yet, this game is all right, I think. But having seen better games, one must be disappointed. The story itself is not so bad really, and I liked some of the gimmicks in the beginning (futuristic devices to help dissolve energy fields and stuff like that). The game is also long enough to enjoy your investment in it. But after a while, it all gets very predictable.... first, you need to go to the icy world and save all kinds of problems. Then... guess what? The world of fire... With flat, uninteresting characters yelling at you. Puzzles are sometimes insultingly easy and have been featured many, many times before. And then the lack of logic. A sack needs to be ripped open, I have something sharp in my inventory, but nooooo, it really needs this specific item which I haven't found yet. OMG, here is this big monster / frightening warrior wanting to stop you - but both keep waiting patiently while you finish searching for the items you need, even if these items are hidden really NEXT to them. Sorry, but this is where this review really comes from... Please, ladies and gents developers, do not think we are stupid, just write something that makes sense. October 11, 2016
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