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A strange disease called Dark Seed has begun spreading, and it threatens to destroy order throughout the entire Tar Empire. You are immune to illness, which means you are the only person who can safely investigate this disease. But while your ability might shield you from sickness, it can’t save you from the dark and violent forces that stand in your way! Can you survive long enough to find a cure and restore peace to the empire? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MYSTERIOUS DISEASE Very enjoyable game with great graphics. The game flows smoothly. It was fun to make potions.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved IT! This game was very interesting and fun to play! Loved the healing abilities and storyline. If you are looking for a plain old HOS this isn't your game. The HOS were varied on the type and they weren't an overwhelming part of the game. I hope they make this a series.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hidden Objects Relaxing game graphics are great as is sound. A must play.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WHAT WOULD YOU EXPECT TO HAPPEN IN A KINGDOM OF TAR? The Kingdoms of Tar have only recently begun to experience peace and tranquility. Wars raged for hundreds of years, White magic versus Dark magic, Good against Evil, those who sought to control the defenseless, against those who sought to defend the defenseless. That was over seventy years ago, and Dark magic is now strickly forbidden, and those born with the gift of magic, must attend the School of Witchcraft to learn to control their precious gift. Still, there are those who live on the fringe of society, refusing to conform, refusing to control the magic within. They call these nomads, the Apostates, and these rebels may very well be responsible for the casting of a very dark spell, a spell that turns ordinary people into a tree. Someone has planted a Dark Seed into a White magic society! This is where your particular skills as a healer come into play, because your magic makes you medically immune. Your mentor, Dr. Klein, has summoned you to treat Teresa, an Imperial maidservant, the first victim of a horrifying spell that slowly transforms a person into a tree! Equipped only with a Healer's Kit and Diagnostic Lens, you're ready to face any medical emergency this kingdom throws at you, once you whip up a magical potion recipe and play a mini game of course! In the Collector's Edition version, there are 15 collectible Busts of Famous Doctor's, 15 collectible Museum of Medicine Artifact's, and 69 Crystals to collect which allows you to buy animals for your Zoological Garden. There are also Journal Notes to discover throughout the game. The Hidden Object Scenes are a bit scarce in the demo, and there is an optional Match 3 game available as well. The first HOP is multi-layered with finding 4 colored gems, and then finding items that match the keywords in each sentence as a story is being told. There is a small Zoom Zone HOP available too, which requires you to find multiples of an item and then match them to each other. The Mini Games were good, but nothing really complicated or new. Most of the Mini Games are available in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Assemble the emblem by swapping 2 pieces. 2) Press symbols in the correct order using the clues in the book as a reference. 3) Swap Portraits so each frame fits into the silhouetted shape left on the wall. 4) Trap the purple bacteria in the center by rotating groups of green pills. 5) Drag the lens around to discover infected areas on the patient, and click on them. 6) Eliminate all but one chip by selecting any chip positioned between a matching pair. 7) Place each recipe ingredient where they logically belong and then select the start button to see which ingredients are correct. 8) Uncover the picture to open a portal. Position the arrow tiles to guide the slider over every cell on the board, then select play to test your solution. The Collector's Edition has 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 35 Achievements to earn, 5 Music Soundtracks, 15 Museum of Medicine Artifacts to collect, 15 Famous Doctor's Busts, 69 hidden Crystals to purchase 9 Zoological Garden critters, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CAN YOU PREVENT THE RETURN OF THE DRAGON KING? The Kingdoms of Tar had been ruled for centuries by magicians until Carven Tar-liss who led the white magicians finally won the battle. After Carven Tar-liss declared himself Emperor and banished all evil magicians from the kingdom, the people now live in peace and prosperity. You play the game as a healer who was rescued as a newborn by Emirus Klein from a dark ritual that took the life of your mother. Dr. Klein, founder of the Medico Imperium, has raised you as his own son and now you are a certified white magician and a healer. Dr. Klein has urgently summoned you to the Medico Imperium because your skill is needed to fight a mysterious illness that is turning people to trees. The kingdom’s Empress Patricia, who became ruler when her father died, is now suffering from the illness and needs your help. We soon learn that there is a battle for power as Patricia’s brother plots her downfall. Enchanted Kingdom A Dark Seed is one of those games that starts off very slow as it seems bogged down with so many little tasks to accomplish. Although the game is off to a slow and sometimes tedious start, it improves greatly towards the end of the demo. Hopefully you will stick with the game for a bit before deciding that you might not like it because, IMHO, it is really a terrific game if you happen to enjoy a good fantasy game. The game has gorgeous graphics although some scenes might be a bit dark but that too improves after the demo. The game offers a custom mode of gameplay that seems standard in most games now but I like the one from this developer. Your tools include an interactive map, your Healer Kit and Diagnostic Lens that you will use to determine the cause of an illness and then mix the appropriate potion to heal your patient. You also have a helper in the game – a Magic Bird that is given to you by Dr. Klein. The HOP scenes are excellent and include a variety of styles. Although there is nothing new here the scenes are well designed and enjoyable to play through to find the item I need to continue in the game. If you are not thrilled by trying to find the required items an alternate match 3 game is included in most of the scenes. I love the puzzles in the game that include the option to choose either an easy or hard difficulty. Some of the puzzles were ones that I loved particularly one where we need to complete a mural in order to enter a secret chamber. I tried solving the puzzle on the hard mode but ended up changing to the easy mode which still took quite a bit of time to solve. I actually love the puzzles from this team because they are creative and generally fun to solve. If you prefer the CE version of the game this one has a ton of collectibles to find. I really like the way this developer sets up the collectibles in each scene as there are circles attached to the inventory area that will indicate when there are collectibles to find in a scene. Collectibles include Crystals, Busts, Artifacts, and Notes. A fun touch is the 14 cupcakes you get to find and eat (talk about sugar overload) as you move through the game. For those of you who achievements there are so many to earn that they will surely keep you busy. The other extras include the Strategy Guide, Bonus Game, a Museum of Medicine, a Zoological Garden, a Gallery of Famous Doctors, Wallpapers, Concept Art, and Music. IMHO, Enchanted Kingdom A Dark Seed includes a terrific package of extras. As I mentioned above the game starts off slowly but picks up momentum towards the end of the demo. I love fantasy games and this storyline is different and interesting. After playing the full game I think that this is one of the best games I have played in quite some time. The game is very long (at least for me) and took several days to complete. I highly recommend this game because it is not obvious what will happen and who the villain might actually turn out to be. I always recommend that you try the demo since we all have differing tastes in games. As always, please try the demo to see if The Enchanted Kingdom a Dark Seed is a game you will enjoy.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really enjoyed my time playing this game! I really, really enjoyed playing this game! Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline. All the regular things are there, games, HOPS etc. but you also get a little medical kit where you mix up herbs and such to make a cure for each person you come across that's suffering from this wooded disease. First you will use a magnifying class to inspect them and find out what each spot means and what you will need to cure it. Then you are off to find the items to brew up a potion to cure them! Putting the items into the chemistry set can be a bit tricky but using commons sense you'll figure out what goes where or else by trial and error. Making potions is something I really enjoy in a game, I find it much more fun than just finding an amulet or key to open something over and over. The Mini Games are numerous and entertaining, and most of the puzzles give you the option to play the game in either an Easy or Hard mode which is a feature I really like!! Hidden object scenes were fun and slightly interactive. The music was nice and it carried the mood of the game very well. Voices are age and character appropriate, with emotion for a change. The graphics weren't bad at all, what they were trying to convey is a sinister fantasy game, not a light whimsical fantasy game and I think they did it very well. Some areas may have been a bit blurry but nothing that bothered me. For the most part I think they did a superb job! I played The Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed on the custom mode and, rarely skipped any of the mini-games, and completed the game in around four hours. It is a perfect game for a lazy day. I think the game is fantastic. I had a lot of fun with it! Yes, I highly recommend this game!
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THOROUGHLY ENJOYED ENCHANTED KINGDOM'S UNIQUE APPROACH TO FANTASY GENRE! Domini Games has launched a brand new series that could be the next big thing in casual gaming! Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed Standard Edition is the first episode in the Enchanted Kingdom franchise and will by no means be the last; get in on the action now and be one of the first to enjoy the long run. If you are familiar with some of Domini Games’ other works, then you know what kind of quality to expect. If not, then this is a great place to start with this award-winning brand, worthy of Editor's Choice Award. Definitely a leader in the Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure gaming development world, this is for certain. This particular game has an above-average storyline… especially if you are into creepy diseases. There is an illness going around called Dark Seed and the inhabitants of the otherwise peaceful and lovely Tar Empire are about to whirl off into chaos and destruction as this disease ravishes the land. You will be playing the role of the only person out there who is immune to the disease. But, with great power comes great responsibility. Since you are the only one that can investigate the sickness, you have a great moral obligation to figure out what is going on here… but there is more to fear than just a couple of germs. Dark forces await you and will destroy you even with your immunity if you don’t watch your step. Can you find a cure before you (and everyone else!) are killed? You will have to play this gem in it's entirety to find out. The Collector’s Edition is especially wonderful if you choose to upgrade. This special little edition comes with some delicacies in the bonus chapter in which you will be able to help Emirus get his magical abilities back. You will meet Mr. Emirus in the game play – he is a real quirky gentleman. The characters in this game are really delightful. There are morphing artifacts that you can pluck up along the way and busts of famous doctors to collect as you go. You will have a neat garden into which you can place the gems that you snatch up for display. Highly recommend either editions for all casual gamers. Cheers!
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Gets to be tedious Not a horrible game, but a redundant one. HOP objects are often misnamed; an aggravating feature of many games ( a chalice misnamed a bowl, for example). I thought many of the game's instructions were poorly written - I had to skip a few, calll me stupid, but despite trying different things, I didn't understand what was required, or how to get there. I usually play these games at the easy level - I just like a relaxing pace. But the redundancy of this game was making me crazy, and I eventually dumped it. If none of the above bothers you, you'll probably enjoy it. For me? It was just too darned long.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Don't Understand All the Excitement...? There is nothing to get excited about in this game, IMHO. There are a lot of collectibles, of various types. Unfortunately they are all pretty EASY to spot. If that isn't frustrating enough (I like hard-to-find items...isn't that the point?) there is also an "indicator" at the bottom of each scene to tell you how many/what type of collectibles are in the scene...which took the rest of the challenge/fun out, for me. It does have a full-length demo, so I had plenty of time to confirm it is just "Ho-Hum." There is just absolutely nothing about this game that wasn't in HOP games several years ago....no WOW factor, at all. It will not be a purchase for me! As always, try it for yourself...apparently, based on all the 5-star reviews, some gamers did enjoy it.Show Less
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The excitement has left the room. This game immediately fell into one of the main items I dislike and that is the constant back and forth to get and do things that don't help the story along. Another thing I dislike are the supposed HO's that involve someone telling a story and you have to find the highlighted words in the story. The first one in this game went on for what seemed like forever. Graphics not that great and the characters could have been rendered with a little more, well, character. They are just deadpan people. HO's and mini games don't offer much challenge and, again, don't seem to help the story along. I like a little challenge to work my brain mass but it isn't here. I just can't recommend this game based on the boring demo but play it for yourself before you decide. Don't just buy based on reviews, you may be disappointed. Have fun!
Date published: 2017-05-08
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