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From Domini Games, the studio that brought you the Mystery Tales series, comes another Labyrinths of the World game!

The past isn't set in stone. Now's your chance to change it! This time, you're tracking down a fellow agent who seems to have gone rogue to save his beloved. But does his quest for these powerful relics mask a more insidious plot? Find out in this hidden-object puzzle adventure game full of twists and turns! Play morphing, listed, and interactive HOPs, Match-3 games, and more!

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  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 953 MB

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Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past 3.4 5 15 15
Based on FULL GAME play & bonus. Here is what you can't see in DEMO version ***************May contain a spoiler**************** The SE portion of the game took me around 5 hours, 20min. The bonus play took me, 1hr 30min Total gameplay 6 hr. 10min --I took off 40min for a mini-game I had trouble on. The first thing I need to address is how beautifully done the characters were in this game. Instead of talking from the side of the screen with text, they have a moment of 3d while they come close to the for-front and they look so real as they talk. It was perfectly done. The cut scenes and graphics are also clear, crisp and have gorgeous effects & deep, rich color. First, you play in the present, then you have a time device that sends you for a chapter or so in Rome, then a chapter or so in Medieval times and the final portion of the standard portion of the game -they call it the Renaissance-- but it is actually a beautiful place with floating ?animal islands? in the sky. Chapters in Rome were a reddish hue, while chapters in medieval times were tones of teal & blue. The final area of SE play has gorgeous pinks and natural tones. Chapter 4 has a storyline twist I was not a fan of. The SE portion ends quickly and leaves you hanging. Bonus play does not really completely answer or help this ending either as it is entirely another subject altogether. All of the Bonus play takes place in the future.... 2029, I believe. You play 12 brand new areas in bonus. There were 10 more mini games and 5 HOS. I have to admit, I wasn't a huge fan of the bonus level...as I prefer to play in outdoor areas and this entire level is inside. You STOP collecting items at the end of the SE. So there are no more collectibles in the bonus play. The game has a diary, a great portal task map, and a helpful step by step hint. Different to the inventory is a TIME DEVICE that will bring you to other locations as well as speeding up and slowing down time. There is EVERY type of Hidden object scene is this game....we have morphs, lists, silhouettes, collecting more than 1 item, multiple step scenes...and this DEV is trying to cater to all of us. CE goodies are: 19 wallpapers that save to doc file. You can replay 19 HOS & 12 mini games. Love a HO game that actually has more HOS then MG., 12 concept art, a statue page- for one of the collectibles, a puzzle pc page which looks like a stained glass window --- I was 1 piece off at the end of the game so I don't know if this does anything once you complete the puzzle, or not. Bonus play took me 1 hrs. There is a 12 question test to determine what age in history you might fit into. There is an Achievement and Artifact ?showing more collectibles pgs. as well. There is an in game 50pg walkthrough guide that I used several times to progress. To give you an idea of how long the bonus play is, CHAPTER 1 IS 8 PGS. BONUS CHAPTER IS 13PGS. All in all I really liked this game. I am glad I purchased the CE. Enjoy the hours you spend in another place in history! September 27, 2016
Another great game in a series of great games. I love this game and I would definitely recommend it to any person who likes hidden object or search and find games. February 7, 2016
Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past Wonderful game. I had to force myself to stop, eat, and sleep. But, will there be a continuation or must we accept that she kills the Detective? March 6, 2016
you need to keep the person away from the firebelt there is a custom level. there is an interactive map. you are trying to figure out why your friend has turned evil. he is trying to save debby and believes he needs three things to do that. he goes into the past to get them. debby is in a wheelchair and he wants to save her because he believes that she is getting worse and worse. March 21, 2016
WILL PETER SAVE HIS BELOVED IN THIS ROMP THROUGH ANCIENTHISTORY Well, it should come as no surprise that once again you play a game as a detective. This time you receive an alarming call from the director of the agency who needs your help when your friend and colleague, Peter, disappeared shortly after he searched the archives to locate several items that the agency classified as extremely dangerous. What was Peter searching for and why? After arriving at Peter?s home you come face to face with him when he goes on a rampage and tries to kill you. What has happened and why has Peter turned into a madman? Changing the Past is a very good game that allows you to travel to different times and places as you try save Peter, undo the damage he has caused, and figure out why his fianc is pretending to be terminally ill, which is what started him on this path of destruction. Changing the Past is a game that offers almost everything I look for that, at least for me, makes a game one that I will enjoy. It has excellent graphics that are very sharp and crystal clear. I like the intense color palette the artists used to create the graphics much more than I do those in a game where everything is pink, purple and blue. The lip-synced voiceovers are generally very good, but there is one that could have been better. The game offers four modes of gameplay including a Custom Mode so you have the option to set up gameplay for the way you like to play. The full game includes 5 chapters plus the bonus game. Your tools include an interactive map and a watch that allows you to turn back clock so that you can avoid dangerous situations. The HOPS are varied with some interaction required to find a few of the items. The scenes were well-crafted and most of the items were fairly easy to find even though some of them were very well hidden. Most of the HOPS were slightly interactive and it wasn?t difficult to figure out what items needed to be used and where in order to complete the scene. There is one HOP where we need to find all of the morphing objects in order to open the list of items to be found. Even though the puzzles were nothing I haven?t seen before, I still enjoyed them. There was one puzzle early in the game though that really made me very dizzy as I tried to grab the speeding letters as they went flying by. I almost skipped that one but did make it through without too much trouble. That particular puzzle might be difficult for anyone who suffers from vertigo so you might want to skip it. I am sure you will know the puzzle I am referring to as soon as you see it. A puzzle I loved involves restoring a map, but it is not as easy as it seems since it becomes progressively more difficult with each level. Although I did not care for the last game in the Labyrinth series, this one is a vast improvement. I generally like games from this development team and find that in general they present a bit more challenge that is something most of us want in HOPA games. Not everyone will like this game as much as I do but I think it is excellent as I am enjoying the storyline and gameplay. There is the mystery of Debby and why she is faking her illness ? or is she? My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Labyrinths of the World Changing the Past is a game that you will also enjoy. February 7, 2016
CE or SE? Which to buy of this fun, yet somewhat nonsensical, game? I write to suggest whether you should buy the CE or the SE, which is the information I always want if I have bought neither and both are out. You are chasing after your friend who has turned evil. He is supposed to be trying to save his supposedly dying fianc, traveling though time and collecting objects to do so. And in the process, apparently, changing history. This review is based upon playing all of the first and most of the second chapter of the CE. The art is really great, in my opinion, and that is one of my favorite things. The music is ok. I didn't turn it off. The main problem with the game is that, to me, it doesn't make much sense. Some examples: 1) The story doesn't make much sense. Why is your friend evil now? Is his fianc really sick? 2) The things you collect to use in the actions that you must take to progress through the game don't make much sense, Hence, pretty constant use of the hint button 3) One puzzle was so mystifying that I took a computer snapshot of the strategy guide, fired up my second monitor (a retired TV too small for the living room but without the proper number of pixels to be a great computer monitor) and read the solution off as I clicked. 4) And in one maze, the skip wouldn't work even though it appeared in the lower right hand corner. Despite these problems, I bought the CE. The game played seamlessly other than the "skip" issue mentioned above. I had a good time because the HOPs are decent and the minigames fun. Another reason I bought the CE is that the Extras are excellent. There are collectibles, achievements, puzzle pieces, a bonus chapter, and the usual art and music. Also, it includes my favorite feature, replayable HOPS and mini-games. Try it and see if you agree . . . beautiful but nonsensical, yet still fun. So if you really like the game, buy the CE, but al least buy the SE. It's worth playing. February 11, 2016
Travel Through Space And Time To Fix The Damage Your Colleague Has Caused Your colleague and friend, detective Peter Larrabee has stolen very powerful artifacts and is using them to travel to different time periods (Ancient Rome, Renaissance, Middle Ages) in search of a Mask, gloves and belt which has the power to restore life. It is his belief that these objects will be the cure for his supposedly terminally ill fiance, Debby, but Peter may have just been duped because the maid saw Debby use makeup to make herself appear ill. Surprise! You find an Amulet that can speed up or slow down time for short periods of time, you first try it out on a door mechanism that has chomping steel teeth moving at lightning speed. I don't know about you, but I'd wanna test that amulet out on something a little less life threatening first, how long do the effects last? Do I really want to risk losing my entire hand first try? The Collector's Edition has an overabundance of collectibles to find in just about every scene, 41 Puzzle Pieces, Character Statues, Magical Artifacts, and even Journal pages tucked nice and neatly into every nook and cranny you uncover. There are also a ton of Achievements to earn, nearly 40 of them. You can answer a few questions in the Personality Quiz section to find out which era suits your personality best, mine was the Middle ages, brutal! The Hidden Object Scenes aren't terrible, but are super simple, and nothing out of the ordinary. There are Silhouetted shape finds where you have to find multiples of each shape, and Morphing Object finds, interactive list finds. You can opt for a Match 3 game instead of the HOP's. The Mini Games are for the most part way too easy, or just annoying. Here are brief descriptions of some of the games you will encounter during the demo: 1) Arrange photos so they match the positions shown in the main picture. 2) Complete images by sliding tokens to correct slots. 3) Arrange figurines according to their historical periods. (difficult to see images) 4) Click on a net to catch birds in the numbers and colors shown. 5) A multi-layered puzzle where you find map fragments then arrange them in various puzzle styles, swap strips, sliding pieces, and swapping upper and lower segments. The Collector's Edition has 19 Wallpapers, 39 Achievements, 12 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 12 replayable Mini Games, 19 replayable Hidden Object Puzzles, 18 Magical Artifacts to collect, 15 Character Statues, 41 Stained glass Puzzle Pieces, a Personality Quiz, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. I was almost annoyed with all the collectibles in the CE version so in my opinion, this is the better version with less distractions, enjoy! February 7, 2016
Peter Has Gone Off the Rails As the detective, you have been sent by your agency to check on the whereabouts of your colleague, Peter. Arriving at his home, you hear gossip about his new fiance from the maid. Meeting the fiance after Peter rushes passed you through a locked door, does not cheer you up. You are even less happy when the drink she gave you which you pass on to the maid proves to be drugged. Sweet dreams, maid. Good stuff: HOPs, mini-games, and highly colored artwork are all present, along with music and a story. Bad stuff: The story is not particularly engaging and the mini-games were weak. Everything else is average. If you just need a new anything to play today, try this game. If you are waiting for the next great game, keep looking. I will keep hoping the Labryrinth games will get better. February 9, 2016
Ending was abrupt The game was fun but the ending came up suddenly and was as though somebody ran out of steam on storyline and just decided to conclude it. Other than that I would have given it a higher rating, but given that, no way. February 10, 2016
Far too short, here and there too far-fetched My rating is based on completion of SE. Story: In principal it could have been quite a nice story, if it wasn?t so far-fetched. Even though it is a kind of mystic story - you?re an agent, following a colleague and remodeling his deeds in the past- the story had too many holes, to be plausible. And had a hasty end. You can use a projector that leads to the respective time slot -> Rome, Middle-Ages and Renaissance. The locations were mostly appropriate. Some of the characters were overblown, some were fitting. Tools are an interactive map and a time device, which can speed up or slow down - time. That?s very useful. I enjoyed: Quality, HO?s and mini games. It was excellent animated and had good voice overs. Some nice details were supplementing. The music was fitting and decent and didn?t play the entire time. There were lots of different HO?s, silhouettes, morphing objects etc. Some were slightly interactive. All of them very pretty good, clear and lucid. You can switch to match 3. The mini games were well-crafted, but not that difficult. There were some nice puzzles. The tasks were logical. All in all it was not really challenging. Dislikes: Length: I needed something between 2 and 3 hours. That?s far too short. Difficulty can be slightly customized, but you can?t exclude helping texts or contextual pointer. The places you could find the needed items were sometimes more than weird. What?s doing a dragonhead in a crystal? I am always wondering, about the whereabouts. And once again, we had that ?evil laugh?. Personal note to all developer: why do the bad guys, the witches, sorcerers, ghosts or the villains always have to laugh so dreadful? That?s ridiculous. February 9, 2016
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