The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics

The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics

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You have received a letter from the Elven Prince Eldrin. A huge troll has stolen the kingdom's precious relics and broken them apart – scattering them across the 4 kingdoms. Prince Eldrin is asking for your help in finding his stolen relics. Can you help find them before the Queen returns?

  • 150 challenging levels
  • Find 14 missing relics
  • Upgrade 4 kingdoms
  • Play HO scenes to get the gold
  • Earn badges

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 123 MB

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The Far Kingdoms: Forgotten Relics is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Far Kingdoms game! The Far Kingdom developers really listened to feedback. This game is much longer than the previous ones. You work your way around gaining stars and money to buy power ups. You also fix broken castles. Here is a tip for those complaining you don't get enough chests for coins to buy boosters. Only buy the jokers- they are only ten gold coins and they are all you need. Why buy a 20 coin booster to remove one card when a 10 coin joker will work just as well. There is only one negative thing I have to say. Sometimes you have to put the hammer to the rock several times before it finally breaks. This does not seem to be a problem with the sword to cut vines. Overall this is the best Far Kingdoms game ever.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Far Kingdoms Is A Big Favorite I love solitaire and have waited a good while for another Far Kingdoms. But This latest edition is different from the others. It gives very little info to get you started. No fancy stuff and the card backs are not at all attractive. I didn't play many levels in the demo but they seemed easy and then that took a different direction...I replayed 3 in a row so many times it was ridiculous. Really hurt my ego! But it was 4am, maybe my brain just needed a little kick-start to think more clearly. There were new features,, missing relics, HOGs and kingdom upgrades. We don't get to choose the upgrades, but it's still fun to see the changes while travelling through the game. A big hooray for 150 levels and of course solitaire always has great replay value. I don't know if this Far Kingdoms is easy or difficult, but the 2 game modes can give you the options. It will probably become more challenging as the game progresses. The demo enticed me enough to buy it as I know it will be a quality game and provide endless hours of relaxed enjoyment. Will also purchase the new Zombie solitaire. Had to think a bit on that one, but after reading the reviews I am taking that leap of faith, especially since we have a decent sale today! God Bless....
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Far Kingdoms Solitaire Has Made Some Improvements I'm on the fence with Forgotten Relics, the latest edition to The Far Kingdoms series. They have made vast improvements in the graphics department, and added a few new features, but the solitaire levels themselves, are super easy. In fact, I received perfect scores on the first attempt, for the first 14 levels! I have purchased every game in this series, and they are all entertaining, so I'm going to go with my gut instinct and assume that this game will become more challenging as I progress. You can play this Higher/Lower Solitaire game in a Timed or Untimed mode, which is a new feature for this series, and a feature I've never seen done before on a solitaire game. I haven't quite figured out all the logistics with this feature, but from what I can tell, the timer keeps ticking, and stops when you end the level, but, it seems that it picks up where you left off. So I'm not sure if it resets after 10 levels, a new chapter or what, because to be honest, I kept forgetting to look at the timer. If you replay a level, the clock does NOT reset! Bonus levels are unlocked with each main level you complete, and are shown at the bottom. You can play the Bonus levels at anytime, to receive Badges or Trophies, another new and unique feature. Before the start of each level, you can choose up to 3 Bonus Features. You must first purchase the bonus of your choice, and how many of each feature you want by clicking the plus sign, then you can select which three to access on that level. The Bonuses are Jokers (a wild card) Dragon Flame (removes a card of your choice) Dragon's Claw (removes 2 cards) Fire Arrow (opens 3 random cards) Dragon's Eye (let's you see the next deck card) 5 (gives you five extra cards in the deck) Undo ( give's you an extra undo) and Eternal Twirl (reshuffles the cards). Most levels have a Crystal Card which can be clicked on once uncovered, and used to Upgrade the Kingdom's during the adventure. The only negative about this feature is that you don't get to choose which upgrade you want, it simply tells you how many crystals are required for the next upgrade, and something shiny is added to the castle or the grounds surrounding them. Some levels also have Jokers mixed within the board cards that can be used as a wildcard, and is helpful because some Locked cards require a number specific Combo (such as a combo of 8 consecutive cards) There are also blocked cards that require you to uncover a tool such as a sword card to cut the vines blocking card groups or a hammer card to break the stone blocked cards. This is an entertaining Solitaire game, with some really interesting features, hopefully, after the demo, the levels will become more challenging, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from not so easy without boosters i've played all their solitaire offerings, so...thought i'd add the game is not quite as easy as some make it out after awhile... IF you don't buy a lot of boosters. opening a combo lock of 9-13 cards without boosters is sometimes a bit of a challenge. which is just fine by me. & there are a lot levels, plus bonus levels, so i don't think i'll breeze thru this one quite as fast as some of their earlier games. glad they still have the card combo locks, which you don't see as often in solitaire, & is one reason i like their games. the option of a timed game is new, but is something i don't need in solitaire. absolutely not. their booster system is a little different from their previous games. it took me awhile to figure out how to get into the store, since there was no help for this. however, i'm glad to see they are not afraid to experiment with their game mechanics, which keeps the games from being mere clones of each other. the swords & hammers can be a little troublesome to remove the obstacles. basically it seems like you have touch the handle and not the blade to the obstacle to get it to work. once i figured this out, it's not a big deal. as usual the music is halfway decent, tho again one song out-blares the others & i have to constantly adjust volume :P i've replayed their other solitaires just for the music. this set, not quite as inspiring, but okay. the most disappointing part for me (& i almost didn't buy it for this reason): they dropped the characters from the card face options. we are now stuck with only boring numbers on the card faces. bad, bad. the characters usually support the storyline--granted there is not much story here, but i've kind of gotten used to their characters after playing several different games. i hope the devs put the character faces back with their next offering. please?
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute Game Cute game, no story line but you can improve some buildings. Money chests do not drop very often. Power ups are okay but to equip them may be a tad confusing. Purchase first, then select.
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A disappointment Was really disappointed in this game. I expected more depth. It doesn't measure up to the earlier Far Kingdoms games.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Blah I was enjoying this game even it wasn't much of a challenge..I have a big issue with this game where on Level 17 I go to use the hammer to crush the rock and it won't crush..Therefore can't progress in the game..Other then this the game wasn't too bad..
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure about this one... This is a high/low solitaire game. You can play in timed or relaxed format. Very nice graphics and soothing music. The basic game levels so far seem fairly easy; have had to repeat only one to get 3 stars (highest rating). There are more difficult bonus games that allow you to "buy" (with the coins you win each level) power-ups to use on future levels, but I can't get them to work. Not sure if this is a design flaw or I'm doing something wrong. You can also "buy" upgrades to advance the storyline, but you can't choose which upgrades. Until I hear that the bonus upgrades are working properly, I'll wait and see on this.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from TOO EASY! I'm a solitaire lover, but this one is not for me. I played for 15 minutes, and the levels were so easy to complete that there's simply no challenge to it. One thing I disliked was the flash of a card when you can play to it - I want to find that for myself thank you.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not really enthusiastic Love solitaire games especially with a fantasy theme but this one left me cold. Hammer wasn't working on the cards so had to keep repeating levels until it would work and it just didn't hold my attention for the most part like my other solitaire game purchases. Feel bad leaving a bad rating but just can't get into it.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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