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Eipix Entertainment presents the next exciting journey in the Amaranthine Voyage series!

Eve Glover embarks on another adventure to a new dimension, but this one is in danger. A huge meteor is coming, and now two estranged tribes of dinosaur tamers must come together to survive or risk the extinction of their world. Can you help them find common ground or will this be Eve's final destination? Travel through a new world filled with dinosaurs in this epic hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Investigate the theft of a powerful spell book as a Captain of the guard in a suspenseful bonus game set before our adventure begins.
  • Collect hidden dinosaurs to complete a scrapbook of dinosaur facts.
  • Revisit Eve's adventure to find treasures for your souvenir room!
  • Replay your favorite mini-games and HOPs.
  • Enjoy exclusive concept art and the original soundtrack!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 802 MB

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Amaranthine Voyage: The Burning Sky Collector's Edition is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needs More Dinosaurs :) ... ... 10/10 would play again though. Seriously, this is a great addition to the "Amaranthine Voyage" series. Kind of wish there was more interaction with the dinosaurs, but other than that I had a great deal of fun. I only skipped 2 puzzles (which for me is a fantastic effort).
Date published: 2017-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jurassic Park? Wonderfully crafted of dinosaurs. Loved the artwork and story!
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BIG FISH GAME MEMBERS WAVE GOODBYE TO AMARANTHINE VOYAGE! Amaranthine Voyage: The Burning Sky is the 8th edition in this fan favorite and it is also the last. I have enjoyed all the installments of this fast paced adventure series since the original game "The Tree of Life" launched in January of 2013. In this final journey you play the role of Eve Glover one last time. She may very well be looking for another career since Eipix has retired this series. I have always loved this series and all eight editions are definitely worth investigating. Amaranth Voyage: The Burning Sky involves a wide range of imaginative elements; from the characters to the landscapes and even time-traveling. Unfortunately, this compelling concept is ruined by a confusing storyline that is hard to follow. I can appreciate Eipix’s attempt to differentiate this game from other fantasy titles in the market, but sometimes a complicated storyline backfires. The visuals in Amaranthine Voyage: The Burning Sky are simply out of this world. The locations in this game are perhaps the best I have seen from Eipix so far. The level of detail in each scene is mind-blowing, and the soothing colors make the experience much more magical. Honestly, I paid the CE price just to witness the graphics in this game alone. The gameplay is nothing special, but professionally executed. The variations of hidden object scenes are decent, and so are the mini-games. Most of the time, they are well-integrated into the storyline and are of easy to medium difficulty. The main game is four hours long, and the bonus chapter is roughly an hour. Cheers! •Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life - January 2013 •Amaranthine Voyage: The Living Mountain - January 2014 •Amaranthine Voyage: The Shadow of Torment - July 2014 •Amaranthine Voyage: The Obsidian Book - April 2014 •Amaranthine Voyage: The Orb of Purity - Oct. 2015 •Amaranthine Voyage: Winter Neverending - April 2016 •Amaranthine Voyage: Legacy of the Guardians - Oct. 2016 •Amaranthine Voyage: The Burning Sky - July 2017
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVED IT! An absolutely amazing game. The dinosaurs are beatifull. First game in years that I want to play again after finishing it.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grand Final Amaranthine Voyage Based on completed game. This series was not among my top favourites, but it grew on me over the years. So I was quite sad to learn this would be the last one. Eve Glover has taken the gamers to many territories, I was curious to see whereto in this instalment. A toe, no, claw tapping dinosaur in the intro got me interested; after the introduction and the warm up, the player is taken to a colourful land somewhere in time and space. A pterodactyl flies by, a young man is concerned about the well being of his tribe and needs help to free his dinosaur that got tangled in some vines. This really took me into this story which was very moving, sad at times, but with funny moments as well. The scenery is just great. In the scene „Overlook“ you see the head of a dinosaur, in the next scene, „Jungle“ parts of his body and his legs. When he finally is freed from the vines and walks off, the ground is shaking. And you not only get to ride a dinosaur. Wished this scene would have lasted muuuuch looooonger. Many more details made this game very enjoyable for me. I spent far too much time in the temple, I loved playing the Glockenspiel, totally irrelevant to game-play, just fun fun fun. Music themes from former Voyages and new tunes delivered a very fitting background. Game-play was smooth, didn’t have any issues. HOP’s and mini-games were varied and very well presented. Some were pretty easy, some took me quite a bit of time to complete. The story of the main game was complete, the Bonus Chapter is a prequel, a story about one of the characters from the main game. Good to play with a person of a different ethnicity, I can’t remember many of them in games. Extras were the usual fare, personally I’m happy with a good Bonus Chapter and being able to replay HOP’s and mini-games. One tiny criticism, but ok, probably things work differently in a land and time, where people have tamed dinosaurs. Here and now, as far as I know, it’s bees that make honey, not wasps :-) And a small addition to game settings: you can switch off pop-up notifications (in options), in difficulty you can not only choose recharge time of hint and skip, they can be switched off completely. Sometimes when I finish a game, I ask myself: what next? Which game will it be? Right now I have no desire to start another one. Or, maybe one of the former Amaranthine Voyages?
Date published: 2017-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3,8 stars is fair rating if you're into dinosaurs! Although the artwork is in general ok, in the close-up scenes it is for sure outdated. Or at least it feels old. And I'm guessing that the No8 accompanying the title is there for a reason... Also, I'm not crazy about those ugly interactive HOPs. Although the flair and era is prehistoric (aka dinosaur-y), the puzzles and objects you interact with are pretty much technologically advanced. You get to collect in every scene frescoes of dinosaurs embedded in surfaces like stone. As for the puzzles, some are quite challenging but most, like in the bonus round the sliding pieces box, are just no fun at all. No point in even trying to "solve" some of them! So, overall, an "ok" game. Is it worthy of your free time? Only if you're out of options... Still, I'm gonna recommend it.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Challenging, fun, and extremely well-crafted! Others have described the play-by-play and so-called CE collectibles, so I won’t duplicate their good efforts. The graphics, as we have come to expect from Eipix, are stunning. From the opening teaser sequence through the entirety of the game, absolutely stunning! Background music, environment and effects sounds, as well as the vice-over narratives are all very well done. While the lip sync isn’t perfect —as it isn’t in any game— it’s as close as makes no difference. This game is a quirky mix of Sci-Fi and fantasy, and a very enjoyable mix it is. I mean, who could resist a ride on a tame dinosaur! The HO sequences are sufficiently challenging while, at the same time, not so difficult that you’ll need to hit the ‘hint’ button very often. I’m not a huge fan of mini-games —most of which, it seems to me, are exercises by the coders to show how smart they are— but the interactive variety found here kept me from using the ‘skip’ button even once. I don’t really care for CE games, as you already know if you’ve read any of my other reviews, so I’ll wait for the SE version to be released and will definitely be buying that. As always, my caveat is that you play the demo and decide for yourself.
Date published: 2017-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No Wizards--Hooray I'm not so sure why some reviewers have a problem with this storyline. Unlike many other developers, they made an attempt to make it original--no ancient demon bent on conquering the world accidentally released after imprisoned by some ancient civilization, not trying to rescue sister/brother/lover trying to steal their souls,and no cute little talking creature sidekick, etc. Plus, all the zippers worked! There are some original mini-games as well. Bottom line,, it was worth buying.
Date published: 2017-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Pretty Easy Relaxing Game I liked the game. Fairly easy, made me think a bit. Liked the story although it is the same as hundreds of other games. Puzzles were new and interesting. I liked the variation of the HOPS. I usually don't review until I played the entire game and bonus, but I'm on the fence with this one, maybe with a two for one sale? I'll keep this in the queue for the future. Would've like to see some morph's in the scenes or at least in the HOPS. Decide for yourself. I think the demo is worth a try! Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2017-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Feast For My Beast and Sugar For My Honey What's happening: You are archaeologist Eve Glover reopening an expedition into caves in Montana. A prior expedition was abandoned because of an earthquake. You enter a world with prehistoric creatures and two rival tribes. A giant meteor threatens. Will the two tribes be able to cooperate to open the shelter, or will they literally devour each other? I found the dinosaur theme to be a refreshing change. That said, this game is not exactly groundbreaking. Many of the all-too-familiar story elements and characters are still included (but no zipper pull). You also use a device called a kinetic beacon. However, I found the trial period interesting enough, although the way it ended was predictable and a little disappointing. Voices are well done and fit the characters. The music is very pleasant. The colors are somewhat washed out and the scenes are a little flat but not hard on the eyes. The game play itself is pretty linear with very little backtracking. The puzzles are kind of interesting and simple and HOPs are fairly easy too. Usually these last two can make a game boring so I can understand those who feel that way. However I was not bored during the trial, perhaps because the story was different enough to hold my interest. Note: the HOPs to mini game ratio is 13 / 21. CE extras: Thirty collectible dinosaur symbols (degree of difficulty about 6/10). Souvenir Room. Strategy Guide. Replay of HOPs and mini games. Pseudo extra stuff. Since I enjoyed the trial I will recommend the game. And besides, where else can you ride a dinosaur! Three and a half stars for a light, refreshing frolic in dinosaur land. Be sure to finish before the meteor hits.
Date published: 2017-07-16
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