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EleFun Games invites you to the world of your dreams...or are they nightmares?

Someone has activated an artifact that takes people to a world filled with their wildest fantasies. When the Imaginary World starts taking over reality, it's up to you to find and neutralize the artifact. Can you save the world in time? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Enter the imaginary world to save Ingrid in the bonus chapter!
  • Store five types of the collectibles in the Room of Artifacts.
  • Collect puzzle pieces to reveal a character's past!
  • Find morphing objects and earn achievements.
  • Enjoy concept art, wallpapers, screensavers and the soundtrack.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1614 MB

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The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World Collector's Edition is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful! I was one of those who played the trial version, and found it fantastic. Lovely gameplay, easy to figure out what to do next, excellent challenges, fascinating story, and just enough back story so you didn't feel like you were stepping into a hole. I especially loved the little twists that manifested even in so short a time. I just bought the collector's edition for myself, too, so my money is where my mouth is. :)
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plenty Of Extras In This Fun Game I played the trial version and was pleased with the amount of extras I encountered in my limited time...achievements, collectibles, puzzles pieces, picture pieces for the diary, morphing objects, a special amulet, a monster trap, a time accelerator, a handy Keeper's Tool. Quite a list plus there was a match game to play instead of HOGs if preferred and of course a bonus chapter. I thought the creatures were silly looking but they still were effective in their roles. The graphics were dominated by hues of pinks and blues and were foggy with little brightness in any of the scenes. The few puzzles in my trial time were fun and not very difficult. The HOGs were interesting and had a unique twist to them. I really enjoyed them! I appreciated the dialogue between the characters and the voices were very good. Except for the loading between scenes taking a bit longer than usual, the game ran very smoothly. It was an intriguing storyline and was easy to follow and moved along at a good pace. There were 4 play modes and the hint and skip functions operated well. I chose the easy mode for the trial version, to quicken the pace and the hint and skip reloaded in 10 seconds. It is a very busy fantasy game and I think it will please many of you. I had fun with it but not sure whether I will be purchasing. Cannot say why exactly, but something was missing to make me want to add to my collection. I do recommend for all levels of players. God Bless...
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~Put on your Paranormal Glasses for this Superb Sequel~~~ I love this edition as much or even a bit more than The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book. In the edition of The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World is a hidden object adventure game in which you play the role of an investigator trying to save the world from a menacing threat. The Keeper of Antiques: The Imaginary World begins rather slowly, but picks up its pace when our character enters the portal into the fantasy world. The portal world in this game is incredibly-executed – each location is completed with fascinating animations, cool on-scene interactions and lots of eye-catching things to look at. It also helps that The Keeper of Antiques has such amazing graphics and special effects. After a few days with no contact from her uncle, Alexandra decided to pay him a visit at his Antique Shop. Not only that Uncle Paul couldn’t be found in the shop, a thief has also stolen a book from the shop. After a little snooping around, you found out that Uncle Paul went into a mysterious portal and the stolen book is your only gateway to that world. Can you retrieve back the book and save your uncle? The best selling author Morgan Atkins has written a book entitled "The Hangman Returns" which is cursed. So as a member of the order you are armed with the Keeper’s Device which will help you gain info on artifacts and other anomalies so you can progress forward through the adventure. In order to access the portal you must obtain a prism-like crystal that is the key to the Imaginary World by freeing it from Gregory Williams, a famous illusionist. Time is racing though and you must go thru the portal to "The Imaginary World" and retrieve the book before it reaches the printing press where a million copies are ready to be printed. A fate you must stop in order to save innocent lives. Along the way you meet interesting characters that are murdered in a way to make them look like suicides. There are terrific twists and turns during gameplay in order to find out why the book was cursed in the first place, then you must burn the original copy. This is where the ultimate answers lie to the back drop to this incredible story plot. I completed the main game in about 4.5 hours with another hour for the bonus game. I enjoyed this unique adventure that I will probably play it again today. Kudos to the development team for another great installment of this very engaging series. CE bling is covered fully in other reviews. I just loved every moment of game play from beginning to conclusion. Recommend for every level of player.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and engrossing This one grabbed me from the start. Slightly cartoony graphics kept occasional grim scenes from being overwhelmingly gloomy . I liked being in the world of the game. I wanted to explore, instead of hitting the hint button to find where to go next. The pace pushed forward before I was through with the scene. You know it's a good game when you want to stick around. You know it's a good game when despite having played the Beta version, I found this new and intriguing. Okay, I admit it. I love this game.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Neutralize those artifacts, please! I absolutely adore this game! Be prepared to let your imagination have free rein and simply immerse yourself in the story. For anyone who has enjoyed the television show, "Warehouse 13", this will be a delight! Although this is the second in the series, you will have no problem with the plot even if you have not played the first game. The story line is very good, you have a choice of four difficulty levels (including "Custom"), the dialogue is kept to a minimum (just enough to keep you abreast of what is really happening), the music is quite nice, the voice acting is wonderful, the mini-games are creative and just challenging enough, while the HOS's are varied in type and can be "skipped" by choosing to play a Match-3. The graphics are clear and crisp with an appropriate and interesting color palette. There are collectibles and the interactive map can be set to indicate when they have all been found at each location. So, if you are looking for a fun, relaxing bit of HOG play, this may just be the perfect game for you! Be careful out there; those artifacts can be sneaky!
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from doing my happy dance!!!!!again elefuntastic!!!awesome I love unk paul and Alexandra again 5 min into demo I knew I had to buy!!suberb start so much to see and do flawless game play great color and one of my faves the other people really answer you!!!!! alex and bob talk to each other if I want to read a bunch of lines ill get a book!!!! I loved how uniquely I had to banish the creature bravo guys I'm gonna love this game!! always get ce from elefun 4 friends domini brave giant or you will miss so much!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What's not to like, I'll tell you I agree with the fist page of reviewers, I liked the game. Compared to other games on Bigfish, I thought this was a well designed storyline and delivery. I'm not sure what people are complaining about. Sure some parts were a bit silly in that they didn't make logical sense. Flying a kite inside a building and lightning hit the kite transferring the lightning to a statue of Zeus and scaring off a manticore inside the house. I don't see that happening in real life. But most games on here have some silly logic to them. So I'd say buy it and enjoy its a cool game
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like this series Call me a bit silly, but I always enjoy games in this series from EleFun. It won't stretch your brain for sure, but I truly enjoy the little interactive things they add to scenes. Like I said, that might sound silly. I also like our heroine and the job she has accepted; the objects you will interact with and the imaginary worlds you are taken to are well done. And I do really enjoy the HOS and the mini-games from EleFun. They are just challenging enough and perfect for me for a lazy Sunday when I just want to let the dust bunnies scurry past and plot my demise...
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from FIND, ANALYZE AND NEUTRALIZE THE DANGEROUS ARTIFACT You play this second game in the Keeper of Antiques series, The Imaginary World, as Alexandra who agreed to continue her Uncle Pau’s work as a Keeper of Antiques. It’s a good thing that we now have you on the job when an artifact becomes activated and triggers a catastrophic event that is allowing strange creatures and plants from another dimension into our world. The current events certainly look bleak but with help from the Keeper’s Device, a tool that is designed to locate, analyze and neutralize artifacts, along with a few other tools that you might just have up your sleeve, there is no doubt that you can save the world. Well, off course, you must find the Keeper’s Device first, and so another saga in the Keepers of Antiques series begins. There are four modes of game play offered so that you can select the one that best suits the way you like to play a game: Casual, Normal, Hard, and Custom. If you select the Custom mode the hints recharge in a range of 10 to 35 seconds, and the puzzle skips in a range of 10 to 50 seconds. The graphics are drenched in a lot of blue and pink tones that seem to be used almost exclusively in this game. Not only is there an overabundance pink and blue in the graphics, they often appear misty or fuzzy as they were in the early games in the Witches’ Legacy series. The voice overs are okay but they are rather flat, lack emotion, and at times are slow or drawn out. Your tools include a transporter type map that provides a gold star when you have located all of the collectibles, morphing objects and puzzle pieces in a scene. Another tool is the Keeper’s Device that will help you find and neutralize dangerous artifacts. Of course, it is one of those tools that will need to be periodically recharged by playing a mini-game. The HOPS are varied and interactive but nothing really new. If you are familiar with other games from this developer I am sure you have seen the types of HOPS they include in their games. I happen to love the games from this developer and find their HOPS creative and, most importantly, fun to play. The puzzles or mini-games are not difficult even though there is one early in the game that was tricky and had me stumped until I finally got it. After playing another CE this week that was puzzle heavy, I am happy to find a game with bit more balance between HOPS and puzzles. The puzzles in The Imaginary World are far more enjoyable and not the frustrating toggle/spin types that I happen to dislike. If you prefer the CE version of games this one includes morphing objects, collectible items, and puzzle pieces to find located in the various scenes in the game. If you love earning the achievements then you will be happy that there are 18 of them in this game with many of them being multi-part. Other extras include the standard fluff such as wallpapers, artwork, screensavers and soundtrack, a bonus chapter, and a 47-page strategy guide. This developer always includes a ton of extras in their CE games so they are a very good value if you happen to love finding extra goodies and taking advantage of the in-game strategy guide. The Keeper of Antiques 2 the Imaginary World is not, IMHO, as good as the first game but maybe I feel that way because I am becoming a bit tired of fantasy games and would like to see a bit of variety with some mystery or sci-fi games in the mix since a steady diet of one thing becomes rather boring. That being said, although this is not a stand-out game it is still quite good. When writing my reviews I try to remember that there are always new gamers who have not played as many HOPA games as some of us and they are probably as enthusiastic over the HOPA genre as I was many years ago. So in deference to some of the newer gamers I will say that The Keeper of Antiques 2, the Imaginary World is a game full of discovery, great gameplay, and a lot to do. All in all it is a very entertaining and enjoyable game with an interesting storyline. As always I suggest that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from You'll Have To Use A Lot Of Imagination To Imagine The Imaginary World Uncle Paul apparently doesn't want his job anymore, but who can blame him, after all, he was kidnapped by a book in the first episode. He has decided to retire and has left his not so ordinary Antique Shop in the capable hands of his niece Alexandra. Uncle Paul also handed over the reigns of "The Keeper" whose mission is to sustain peace and life, finding and storing artifacts that have supernatural properties. Andrea hasn't had time to make herself at home, however, because one such artifact has begun to wreak havoc, causing panic and chaos throughout the town. Creatures and even plants are taking over the city, with supernatural abilities, and nothing seems to be stopping them, it's as if they were creatures from another planet, or figments of a very twisted imagination! This is the second game in this new series, and honestly, I think its time to go back to the drawing board, because neither game is memorable, neither game is worth purchasing. The Imaginary World is simply a middle of the road game with a lot of gimmicks thrown in to take your mind off the fact that the gameplay itself is mediocre at best. I will admit that I was mildly amused when I searched each scene for things I could interact with, flowers that go poof when I click on them, butterflies flutter into oblivion, and tree's briefly bloom with just the click of a mouse. In this Collector's Edition version there are more than enough extra's to convince one to spend the extra moola over the Standard version. For starters there are the usual Achievements to earn, and each scene has a hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Piece and when you have found all of them you can assemble the puzzles and save the Memories of the Past pictures as a Screensaver. Each scene also has a Morphing Object, my favorite feature, and there are 34 Collectibles from different categories, Elemental's Vessels, Keepers' Figurines, Portal into the Imaginary World, Bob's Drawings, and Illusionist's Tools. I'm pretty sure they should have a category called Kitchen Sink because they have thrown in every other collectible but the kitchen sink. I love all these features, however, I just wish there was an option to choose that would prevent the cursor from turning into a pointer finger whenever you scan across one of the "hidden" collectible or morphs. I know that you can turn the cursor feature off entirely throughout the game, but I just want to turn off the cursor feature for locating the extra's. The Hidden Object Scenes are usually multi-layered, starting off with interacting with a talking portrait, followed by finding Keywords in a sentence as he gives you the down low, and ending with a good old fashioned Listed item finds. There are also Silhouetted Shape finds, finding 4 items that fit into wax seals to open up the listed items, and several Zoom Zone HOP's where you are tasked with finding a handful of fragments located in the entire scene such as lamp fragments or torn picture fragments. There is an alternate game of Mahjong available for those who dislike HOP's. The Mini Games are okay, nothing too difficult, nothing that stands out either. Below are brief description's of some of the game's you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Arrange the 9 center squares so they create the creature the creatures shown. 2) Set the car's route from start to finish, the route can't connect with any roads the monster could use to attack you. 3) Guide the submarine to the coral on the bottom, interacting with and using objects and creatures to remove obstacles along the path. 4) Move Alexandra and Bob through the labyrinth to the exits. The characters have to press 7 buttons to open the exits, and Bob moves in the opposite direction of Alexandra so their paths cannot cross. This Collector's Edition has 9 Wallpapers, 11 Concept Art pictures, 3 Screensavers, 3 Music Soundtracks, 36 hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces (to use as Screensavers) 36 Collectibles in 5 different categories, 33 Morphing Objects, 14 Keeper Tools, 18 Achievements to earn, a built in Strategy guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-02-09
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