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EleFun Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Witches' Legacy series!

Your mother has mysteriously gone missing while doing research for her new book, but how do you find a city that technically doesn't exist? Carefully trace her steps into a lost city that's filled with mysterious creatures. Team up with your ferret-shapeshifter friend Bertha to find your mother. Can you rescue her before it's too late, or will you become the city's next victim? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Relive the Sallenvile tragedy through your ancestor's eyes.
  • Find hidden puzzle pieces and solve jigsaws to reveal characters bios and backstory.
  • Search for morphing objects, and earn a variety of achievements!
  • Feeling stuck? Reference the helpful strategy guide.
  • Features wallpapers, art gallery, soundtrack, and screensavers.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1906 MB

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Witches' Legacy: The City That Isn't There Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes, Flapper Witch. I can't wait for the next one. Kept it UP. I bought all nine Witches' Legacy games with all but one in Collector's Edition. It's one of my favorite HOG series. We need to keep it! I got a laugh out of the sheep, hanging dummies, caterpillar, drummer, police monsters, lazy monster, stone-eater flower and in the bonus game the doll. In one room it has 4 fireplaces and 2 stoves one of which was a stoveman. The puzzles I like are the memory game, the embroidery sail, the beetle puzzle, air ship propeller, fashion hats and tuning the piano. I didn't like things I have to keep pushing and they turn back on. I skip them. Didn't understand what they wanted in the art suitcase, even looking at the Strategy guide. Didn't like delay in screens but it's more common now. Didn't like words disappearing before I can read them. I kept looking forward to coming back and playing this game so it's Five Star.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Against the trend...based on the demo I loved this game. I do struggle sometimes to tie this new family into the original one but hey, let's face it - it is a game, not a novel - so sit back and enjoy. Bertha as a ferret is still slightly annoying but I do like the main character in this one, it is slightly unusual to be playing as a male lead in this type of game. The graphics, as always, are crisp, neat, and awesome in their detail. I can't comment on the music because I always turn it down, but the voices are ok. I enjoyed the mini games too - so they can't be that bad. Saving the little mini micro chips was fun. There are things to collect and morphing objects as normal. I will definitely be buying the full game on pay day!
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great hidden object game I thoroughly enjoyed this game. Graphics were great as was the story line. Of course all the Witches games are great. You don't do the same old HO's and you have match game to go to if you don't want or get stuck on an HO. You sometimes need to interact with various animals and plants and those can be fun, especially if you get it wrong. The map is very helpful and the game went on just long enough for me. And, since I want a game to just flow at my own speed, I play as a custom setup. Of course, it's open to yet another one.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Very interesting game with fascinating hours of search
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is FUN! I downloaded this game demo, not really expecting much, just wanted to see what it was all about.HA! When the trial ended, I was left wanting more. I've played a lot of Big Fish games, but this one is the most fun I've ever had with a game. I love it!!! The HOS are hilarious and surprising. Hidden objects are inside hidden objects and never boring. I didn't even have to find the inevitable corkscrew until the game was almost over.Oh,BTW, I bought it, played it, played the bonus game, finished it, and going back to play it again. That's how good it is.
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Game Easy to follow, yet challenging enough to be exciting.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Witches Legacy The City than isn't there Love this Elefun game... These are the kind of games I enjoy and wish there were more of the same...
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SO MUCH FUN!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THE CITY THAT ISN'T THERE. I DID THE SURVEY FOR THIS GAME AND WOULD HAVE BOUGHT IT THEN IF I COULD HAVE. WHILE JACK SEARCHE'SFOR MOM,THERE MANY FUNNY CREATURES AND BERTA HAS COME TO HELP! THE MAGICAL SCENES ARE GREAT! PUZZLES ARE FUN! I LOVE THIS WITCHES LEGACY GAME!
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Witches' Legacy 9 is another great edition to this popular series! In this installment of Witches’ Legacy, you play Jack. The son of an author who is abducted into "the Otherworld" aka Sallenville in this story. If you've ever played this series, you know "the Otherworld" is a reoccurring theme in all of them. It's now up to you to locate and save her from a new Witch villain...Delora. Even though this is the same-old theme of the game, it features some mesmerizing visuals that keep me entertained. In fact, the graphics in this game are the best I have seen so far from this series, or even from this developer. There are a number of scenes that look totally splendid and we would totally make them my desktop wallpapers. As for the soundtracks, they are pretty dark which fit the game really well – I have nothing against the voice-overs they are standard these days. The hidden object scenes are quite fun and interactive, even though you have to play most of the scenes twice. There is a nice array of puzzles, the majority of them is of medium difficulty and are fairly standard. Also, the fan-favorite Imp helper Bertha is back – helping with our obstacles through cute animations. I'm always impressed with the amount of interactions at each location. Apart from the normal areas of interest, you can practically interact with every single object in the scenes. These interactions are definitely not necessary, but they did add some value to the game. The main game took me nearly 5 hours to complete; the bonus chapter is equally pleasant, and lasted around an hour. The Collector’s Edition has Wallpapers, Concept Art, Strategy Guide, Screensavers, Soundtracks, Collectibles and some cool Achievements. Some fans will appreciate this continuation of the series, some will be on the fence. I love the series and added this one to complete the collection. I recommend checking our the entire series if you are new to it. •Witches' Legacy: The Charleston Curse •Witches' Legacy: Lair of the Witch Queen •Witches' Legacy: Hunter and the Hunted •Witches' Legacy: The Ties That Bind •Witches' Legacy: Slumbering Darkness •Witches' Legacy: The Dark Throne •Witches' Legacy: Awakening Darkness •Witches' Legacy: Dark Days to Come
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hilarious Hunt through Exuberant Magic Which little girl wouldn't dream of learning witchcraft? Princesses have such a boring life, nothing but uncomfortable clothes and golden spoons. Whereas, witches are the real thing, with all those magic wands, enchanted brooms and such. As a girl I always opted to play the witch. Thus, this whole story falls a bit flat for me. Some rare girls are chosen to become witch apprentices - so what? In the bonus chapter, they even rave about the “kind and clever Miss Delora”. But since Delora is an EVIL witch, the girls must be saved from her. Who says so? The Witch Hunters ... men, of course. Hence we have this unpleasant picture of men who pursue a woman. Delora appears through the whole story surrounded by flames. 1925 she was burned - but she survived and became a fire witch. The blazing Delora brings to mind medieval pyres and religious torture. In earlier WL games, we had the good witch versus evil witch, somehow balanced. Now we have male Witch Hunters who actually set fire on a woman and are not far away from Ku Klux Klan. It's all the more odd, since Elefun presented not so long ago an excellent game about the topic witch hunt and lynch justice: The House on Black River. But aside of these dark recollections from history, it is not a dark game. Quite the contrary: I haven't played a game lately which made me laugh as often as this. It's the small, unexpected details: a skeleton, jumping from its grave like a jack-in-the-box, a gay scarecrow, naughty spitting flowers, a one-eyed sand beetle. Even Pratchett's notorious Luggage comes galloping for a HOP! We have gorgeous sights and bold clashing of fancy colours: blazing magma orange, dark blue, violet night clouds, psychedelic-green mushrooms, salmon-coloured sunsets. We behold a medieval ghost town with talking dolls, a hut with six different ovens, an air whale with turrets and oriels like barnacles. And we have all the little extra effects like pollen blowing mushrooms, sparkish lava crevices, edible fruit, blinking flowers ... which have no other purpose than to exhilarate us players. As always we also hear first class soundtracks. A very mixed surprise bag with 23 titles; from romantic tunes on the verge of kitsch to Sixties dance hall, ghostly, melancholic ballads and mesmerizing film noir music. One track even merely whispers. I found the minimal soundscapes like You Can't Hide or In the Cave the most intriguing ones. And I was especially impressed by the sound effects in the scenes, all the bird song, creaking, wind and rustling. These are loops of course, but here they are so long, varied and subtly arranged that one does not perceive them as loops anymore. They really create atmosphere. And then, there's this card trick ... which dumbfounded me completely. A deck of cards displays six cards and sings: “Chose one of us – but do not touch.” I chose the queen of hearts. The cards fan out again: “We have removed your card.” And, believe me or not, the queen of hearts was gone. Could of course be chance. I played a second time and chose the king of spades. The king of spades was removed! When they were right a third and a fourth time, I was ready to believe anything. I particularly don't doubt anymore of Elefun's augmented magical skills ;) Our loyal ferret Bertha hops in the first scene into our inventory, waits until her skills are needed ... and makes no sound. Not one single sigh. Probably too many complained about her constant chatter, poor Bertha must have gotten a serious reprimanding. At least nobody can say that Elefun doesn't listen to customers. But she's a good sport as usual, plays even living canon ball to hit a button at the ceiling. Behold her in the makeshift helmet or in her hazmat suit! Isn't she our little darling prankster? A pity she didn't jump in action when we encountered her feral cousin. I saw her already dancing before his nose. Although I would have liked to play as Delora, I am Jack with the chemistry box, and it still feels a bit strange. Probably because he is such a sleeping pill with his emotionless voice. But Delora isn't much better either. Disappointingly two-dimensional, starting with facial expressions. As far as I know, Botox was not used back then; but she looks as if she just had an overdose and wouldn't even be able to wink an eye lid. Her poise is equally stiff. I've no clue why a headmistress must walk around like a maneater, wearing feathers, fur stoles and blood-red lipstick. She will be remembered as the witch with the cynical laugh, it's her major feature. Other developers have Super Puzzles - Elefun has Super HOPs, varied, multi-layered and wonderfully entertaining. For example: find 6 cursed items like teeth baring, snarling boots through a magic lens / find 8 runes / find things from an interactive list with hilarious details, such as a running nose, literally running ... and even hiding! / open the last compartment with 4 keys. Although, I miss a bit their former luminosity. They are more fun than ever, but somehow lost their breathtaking optics ... but well, one cannot have everything. In some HOPs we can switch to match 3; for unfathomable reasons not in every HOP. The end is alas somewhat underwhelming. We wave with the magic glove, and – poof! - the witch is defeated. No dramatic intensification, no final puzzle, no grand finale, just ends somehow randomly. There was also this other scene with the indicators which looked like an unfinished mini game. Are these again traces of a hastily finished game due impending deadlines? But Elefun, we gladly wait a bit longer for a carefully polished masterpiece. We also patiently wait for readable credits, that is, for the button to stop the scrolling ;) EXTRAS: 9 Wallpapers, 12 black and white pictures at the Art Gallery, 3 screen savers. 11 achievements, 4 of them for finding all collectibles and using no hints in HOPs, 7 fake rewards for playing the game. Collecting 36 puzzle pieces results in 4 pictures with a bit of information about Julie Sanders (Jack's mother), Beatrice Burroughs (Julie's mother), Hector Burroughs (Beatrice's father) and Delores. The puzzle pieces are not always easy to spot, at times merged into dark corners. 34 morphing objects, one in each scene. The cursor changes when we hover over it, even in hard mode. 23 music tracks, which are the only reason to opt for the CE; some tracks are not used in the main story. I would recommend to wait for the SE, since this is a pretty meagre offer as a CE. HOPs or mini games are still not playable again. Why not? Usually Elefun jumps on every bandwagon. The BONUS CHAPTER is a prequel and plays in 9 scenes, 5 new, 4 old ones, but refurbished. It contains 7 HOPs (two nice ones on a horse), 6 mini games and lasts around one hour. Unfortunately, this chapter is completely redundant, since it tells the same story again which we already know from the main game. We play as Hector Burroughs and have to pretend that we don't know yet that Delora is a witch. The story adds no new information, even though it could have been a chance to give Delora a bit more background. E.g., I'd be curious how she managed to regain her flawless skin, after the big fire had allegedly destroyed her beauty. Hector B. is backed up by Wolfgang, another Witch Hunter. What a pair! One a shady type with unkempt hair and a filthy hat, whom you would not trust an inch, the other one looks like an accountant who collects stamps as his hobby. Quite embarrassing, having to succumb to a stamp collector - we can't really blame Delora for her rage. I could have done without the unpleasant fish killing at the well. What is the point of hooking a fish of an endangered species, throw it away and eventually fish the skull which we actually need? Why couldn't we simply take the skull and leave the baby shark alone? Is this a symbol of how we treat our oceans? How we fish them empty and then throw away 90% of the catch? In the last game it was biocides, now overfishing and food waste. I've had enough already with the HOP where we have to watch a fish, fighting for its life. To display animal cruelty is just not funny.
Date published: 2017-01-29
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