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EleFun Games proudly presents the newest installment of The Keeper of Antiques series!

The city of Netville is turning 200, but the celebration is interrupted when an entire building and the people around it disappear in a flash! A dangerous artifact is at work, and it’s up to you to neutralize it. Do you have what it takes to save the city, or will you become the artifact’s next victim? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Escape a dream world in the bonus chapter!
  • Find morphing objects and earn achievements!
  • Gather all the collectibles to learn the whole mysterious story!
  • Enjoy the exclusive soundtrack, videos, and artwork!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide.

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: 1730 MB

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The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will Collector's Edition is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad I bought the Collector's Edition Very nice game with lots of morphing items, jigsaw-puzzle pieces, and collectibles to add to the fun. What really compelled me to write a review for this game is the fact that in this case I would definitely recommend purchasing the Collector's Edition, as the bonus game is worthwhile and adds to the main story in a satisfying way, giving the storyline closure - and I really appreciated that aspect of this game. The puzzles were just the right level of difficulty, too - I didn't have to use the skip button most of the time. If you are looking for a pleasant way to spend some hours, I recommend this game.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasant departure from the usual This game is a very pleasant departure from the usual evil entity trying to take over the world. In this case, the previous owner of the house wants an heir to oversee and love the house as he did therefore he leaves a will which has consequences for those who find it. And there is that strange camera. The HOs in the game were varied but the minigames were a bit of a disappointment. Not very challenging. There are collectibles, morphing objects and jigsaw puzzles to put together. I enjoyed this game and think it is one of the better ones to come along in awhile. Download the demo and see what you think.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleasant This was a very enjoyable game. It didn't demand a University degree to get through it, although it was challenging in a relaxed way. The story was consistent and made sense. Yes, there were morphs, puzzle pieces and antiques to find, but were not impossible. I didn't have to use the hint for anything other than to work out where to go next which could be due to me not concentrating. I could do with more games like this, it hasn't left me feeling I am totally incompetent because of its lack of logic. There was logic and I do love logic in games.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE KEEPER OF ANTIQUES THE LAST WILL COULD NOT STOP PLAYING UNTIL I FINISHED. TOOK ME ALMOST ALL DAY. LOVED IT
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Haunting and the Paranormal I really liked this game, I took my time of playing it so I can enjoy looking at the scenery, and pay attention to the storyline. I loved collecting all the goodies, This game reminds me of the Paranormal which is seen on TV that I watch from time to time. So for me, this is my kind of game. If you enjoy the paranormal, this game is for you.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SURE AM GLAD I'M NOT THE HEIR !!! TO THIS CREEPY HOUSE AND EVIL CAMERA. ELFUN HAS CREATED ANOTHER HIT WITH THE LAST WILL!
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THERE ARE TIMES I WISH I HAD A CAMERA LIKE THIS ONE When her Uncle Paul retired as a member of the Secret Order of Keepers, Alexandra stepped in to fill his shoes and now she is a full-fledged member of the order. In Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will, you will take on the role of Alexandra and believe me you are certainly going to have your hands full recovering an Artifact that is causing a whole lot of trouble in the town of Netville. The story begins as Uncle Paul is returning from a journey and gets a call telling him that a powerful artifact has been activated in the town of Netville, so he gets home as quickly as possible, stopping only to pack the car with the necessities that you will need as you travel to Netville to find the artifact. Locating the disruption is fairly easy but finding and retrieving the artifact is the hard part. I certainly hope that you are up to the challenge because there is a lot at stake in this case. Of course, Uncle Paul has a few tricks up his sleeve and he has armed you with some special tools to help you during your adventure. The graphics are the same style as in the other games in the series. The voiceovers are okay but Uncle Paul seems to have undergone a change as his style and tone are much different. He seems rather nervous and almost wimpy compared to past games. Your tools include the customary transporter type map that provides a gold star when you have located all of the collectibles and morphing objects in a scene. As in other games in the series you have the special Keeper’s Tool 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. Some of the scenes are quite creative and seem a bit different than the usual old fare. 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. However, if you don’t want to hunt for items in a HOP scene there is an alternate mahjong style matching game 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. I am happy to find a game with bit more balance between HOPS and puzzles. The puzzles in The Last Will are enjoyable and none of them seemed frustrating to solve. 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 12 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 45-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. One thing I find lacking in the game is that I can’t see where we can replay any HOPS or Mini-games. Maybe I am tired and missed it but it looks like there is not that option included as an extra. I happen to enjoy most games from this developer and Keeper of Antiques is a good series. At least we are not always battling dark evil beings. There is more a sense of mystery and even though there is a sense of people being controlled it is generally by an artifact and not some truly despicable dark entity. I am so sick of those horrible dark games and it is refreshing to see a game with a lighter feel. Yes, The Last Will is another game that I will be adding to my library and I fully expect to immerse myself in the game all day. Even though this game is perfect for me and the way I like to play, as always, please try the demo to see if The Keeper of Antiques: The Last Will is a game you will enjoy.
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spooky delight This next chapter in the series certainly won't let you down with another artifact to chase down and a haunted house that challenges you and pushes you out or does it? A must buy!!
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Based on completed game + (info on bonus content) I play all of these games on custom mode at an average pace. I always use the stopwatch on my phone when I’m playing. I try to complete the minigames but will skip them the minute I become frustrated. I play all the HOS with penalty. I’m just showing how I play because it could take you more or less time. The SE portion of the game took me 3 hours 55 min. The CE bonus took me 1 hour 20 min. Total gameplay- 5hrs 15min. I like the premise of this series; supernatural types of antiques. It reminds me of the series Ominous Objects. This game has several haunted objects that you must deactivate with a special inventory item called The Keeper’s Device. All of the mini-games associated with it are simple, but are not repeated. Too bad there isn’t a place to save & re-read the articles, brochures and picked up notes, because Elefun does this best of all the developers here, in my opinion. Those little reactive items you see in the demo, stop at the demo and sadly aren’t seen anymore past chapter 2. I actually notice and appreciate little details like this when they are in a game. All in all, I am glad I bought the CE. I felt it was a good game- not great game. In its windowed state, it’s set up for a 15” computer, so I did notice the graphics degraded a bit on a larger (24”) monitor. Some kind of filter is used in much of the game, especially in the bonus play that “greys/washes” out the scene. Unfortunately, the scenes don’t have much depth because of that and the entire game is played at night, tending to give it an almost blah feeling. I noticed the graphics in Chapter 6 were even worse. They were the more hand drawn type, not crisp & without depth. I really wish they wouldn’t change the mouse icon into a hand as you mouse over the collectibles. They are way too easy to locate. At least the morphs ARE in the main scene and not the HOS. MUSIC- The music is so remarkable it needs its own title. It is beautifully done. Several tracks are haunting, with violins. I was impressed enough that I noticed Alexey Archipov is responsible for the music (and if he ever sees this…., you should be SO proud of yourself!) They are tracks you actually want the CE content for. FUNNY HAPPENINGS: In Chapter 3 the TV in the living room tells me to get out, or get lost and as I progress into the kitchen the door freezes over and a note appears in the misted glass “you’ll stay”. So I got a chuckle out of that. Also, in chapter 6 there is a large dog blocking the entrance to the front door in the location called “yard”. He looks and moves so strangely, I swear he has some type of addiction. He has the strangest teeth. My character is so disarmed by his appearance, I guess, that she actually steals a dinosaur bone from the nearby museum and feeds it to this dog! MG & HOS- The mini games throughout this game are really good. I took a little more time with this game because I actually wanted to complete them. They are more the game related type then dexterity logic. You can play an alternative “matching” game instead of the MG, but it’s actually Mahjong. There are not as many HOS in this game as mini games but they are varied. However, the HOS are much too easy in the games coming out in this day and age, and I preferred when the objects were more hidden. Chap. 3 also has a great HOS in the vault where some of the items magnify as you pick them up for closer inspection. I would say this is my favorite chapter and has a few very pretty outdoor locations. BONUS PLAY: Alexandra is having nightmares, so she returns to Richard Moore’s house to see why. She is actually lucid dreaming, and you will learn a bit more why Richard Moore has such an attachment to his house. The characters lips didn’t move when speaking in bonus play as if there were limited time to complete this correctly. There are 9 areas to play in bonus. 4 areas are very slightly revised OLD AREAS, and there are 5 NEW AREAS. If I counted right, there are 8 HOS, 15 MG and you use the Keeper Device 4 more times. COLLECTIBLES- You continue collecting all 3 collections into the bonus play. *** BE SURE TO TAKE INVENTORY BEFORE THE END OF THE GAME BECAUSE YOU CAN’T GO BACK FOR COLLECTIBLE ITEMS and there IS a reward for collecting. Instead of a journal/diary, there is only a useless task list. In the task list location there are 3 small puzzles you will assemble with collected pieces throughout the game. Be sure to check this area every now and then to complete the puzzle and see the little story blurb beside it. The other collectibles have an icon you can click right under the map on the left side. There is a scene that opens where you put the items you collect back in place within the scene. I thought that was the bee’s knees. I loved that you are rewarded for getting all the collectibles but wished I hadn’t missed 2 items. I was so sad that I couldn’t go back and get them. I also liked that they give you the 3 Screensavers right up front in the game so they can run as you play. All three were great. I am happy I bought the CE for these screensavers-- and the bonus play too, made it worth it for me. I bought this game on its first day out. To gage the length of bonus play: The demo was Chapter 1 & Chap. 2 (approx. 7 ¼ pgs. total-because p6 is really short)… and the bonus play is 10 pages long. So the bonus is longer then the demo. This game has 6 chapters, & a bonus chapter and the WTG is 45 pages total. I didn’t like that as you flipped from one chapter to the next that it wasn’t shown as a title head. You actually have to hit the “back” tab to see what Chapter vs. page number you are on. IF YOU LIKED THIS GAME, TRY THESE: The Ominous Objects series is similar. Thank you BFG, and I adore you Elefun! You gave me several hours of fun. Great job!!!
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have you seen Stephen King's "Under the Dome" yet?! Wow! That must be one of the longest HOGs I've played in a long time! Great. Seek for collectibles, morphing objects, and puzzle pieces in every scene. Good thing, for all of them the cursor changes so we can focus on the game! It's never, ever, ever cute repeating the same sound or even melody over and over again. I must stress this out, for this game as well. Overall, a good, solid game with perfect duration (its strong point) and some room for improvements.
Date published: 2017-09-01
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