Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir

Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir

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An uncanny adventure is near! Dear Witch Apprentice, are you ready to meet your fate? You possess the special ability to work magic through cooking and you’re the only person who can manage this dangerous task… You must hurry to win the ingredients of the Lotus Elixir, and save your world!

  • Earn valuable collections playing inventive puzzle games
  • Touching sound track set in a magical world
  • Hand painted objects and thrilling storyline!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 200 MB

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Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir

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Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir 2.1 5 31 31
travelling to the different places What I like in this game is that you're travelling to the different places. The games are pretty challenging. Good, purposeful HOGs, not just finding the list of abstract items. And very nice graphics. The music is lovely and fits the different scenes. August 4, 2014
ABSOLUTELY NO HAND HOLDING!! BASED ON DEMO Gave this a quick once over. It failed to entice me, at first - but I had only 6 minutes left when I bailed, so it kept my interest. And I know, given the most significant thing in this game is that it has little to no handholding, and is also creepy, that there will be at least a dozen people who will love it *wink*. The artwork is nice. Too dark and a bit gross, but a very good style. Just a hint of that dark outlined style that totally changes the look of a game, such as they do in Mortlake Mansion. Weird sound effects. The music is a nice change. A single guitar, at one point. The developer is just a couple of people, and they produced a great first (I think) effort. But it is a very low key introduction. Just a (well chosen) voice, a little too slow in delivery, telling us a little of the circumstances we find ourselves in. The story is that you are an apprentice witch, and today is your final exam. I think. The story was pretty much lost as you try to figure out what needs to be done. So I may well have forgotten things. This is the kind of HOP game where a ring springs out from (in this case) a golden ball, and the items pictured must be found lying around in a location. As well as this kind of gameplay, there is the finding of recipes, collecting ingredients and following the instructions. There appears to be little or no other gameplay, very few puzzles. But the puzzles are great. They take old ?favourites?, like the ?match the pairs? and add interesting, slightly more difficult components. In this case, the ?objects? are insects on the spines of very old books, where you must find the matching pairs to eliminate. The insects are not clearly apparent, and there can be more than one insect on a spine. In another, you complete a ?mirror? jigsaw, but don?t dally! The glue you must add for each piece will dry. Which brings up an important point. Don?t try this game if you?re squeamish. There are spiders, snakes, insects and other creepy stuff everywhere. Another point in favour, dark and eerie fans! *wink* There is a hint (on the left side, marked 'H') and a notebook with replayable video clips and copies of the recipes, marked 'D', on the right. And a small button top right of the inventory bar marked 'M', which takes you to the main menu - where 'Exit' is seriously hidden in the bottom left corner. The entire interface in this game felt wrong. Hint and Skip take forever, and there are no choices of difficulty levels. Also, no map. Hint is not much help either, most often you get that old fashioned ?There is nothing to do here?. Which is better than no hint at all, but only just. Eventually, if you go blindly clicking away forever, as I had to, on just the 2nd HOP (and I?m not usually THAT bad), a very faint hint of a sparkle will highlight the items you?re searching for. But it didn?t register on me, until I hit the last object left to find. The entire game felt old fashioned, with its low level of adventure play and virtually no help, and the style of HOP. Which will also appeal to those who like the classics. I think I?d have to call it a iHOG, rather than a HOPA. Personally, I felt a bit simple, playing this game, because everything, even the HOPs, makes you think. Not really my cup of tea for a stand alone. But if you like that style of play, the game certainly is of sufficient quality and a certain charm. And despite my preference for HOPA?s I will definitely be getting this game with a punch card credit. July 29, 2014
Someone's been rootling in the BF attic again! A real blast from the past; map-free zone with pop-up collection zones and some real stinkers of HOSs. Those (like me) who have been demanding more challenge recently have got it in Spades with this soft release. I was scratching my head, searching high and low for something to do, begging the cursor to change while waiting (it seemed forever) for the hint to recharge. I cannot say it was fun, at times it was frustrating and SOOOO slow! But, I played out the demo so it must have drawn me in with something. The music was enchanting and the graphics good. The storyline isn't 'in your face' and I am still not really sure whether I am training to be a witch or rescuing someone. I played with the tutorial for the demo and, although it was irritating, it did help me to work out the gameplay at times. This will be another 'Marmite', some will love it and others will hate it. If the pace had been better, I would have loved it. You MUST try it first! DO NOT buy without trying! I can feel a coupon moment coming on and then will play in short bursts. July 29, 2014
A Real Challenge This game was the bomb, no handholding, very difficult mini games and hidden object scenes. The Good: very challenging games, beautiful graphics, nice music, likeable characters The Bad: it was impossible for me to skip the mini-games even though I thought the "instructions" said that it could be skipped. The Ugly: there's no map, very hard sometimes to figure out where to go and what to do next. August 12, 2015
Did ANYONE bother to use the Tutorial???? I just purchased the game after I downloaded the Trial to see if the Reviews were correct in the assessment of the game's problems. I normally don't access the Tutorial as most HOG/puzzle games are self-explanatory, but decided to this time, to see if I could navigate the game. If one uses the Tutorial, a necessity for this game, it is EASY to play. It is different, but that's it's charm. By all means, use the Trial to see if it's your "cup of tea", but access the Tutorial so you will be able to happily manage the game. August 12, 2015
Not bad, not at all I am really surprised by how bad reviews this game got. I really wondered whether buy or not, because only 2 stars usually means not good purchase. This is - at least for me - exception. This game is nice to look at, sound is pleasant and fit well. There is a lot of differences from other games, so it is neccesary to be prepared for different things. HOG scenes are two sorts - one of them is that kind like in "depth of betrayal" - click on golden pearl and there pop up circles - needed things and you have to search the scene. The second kind is normal - search according to shapes or names. There are many minigames, most of them not that hard. It is good to notice, that restart is left little circle and skip button is the right little circle of the minigame. It took me some time (well - nearly till the end) to get this. There is also some cooking - several times you have to prepare elixir or something like it - the only thing annoyed me - it was kind of slow. And still something - there are tiny violet sparkles, which show places of interest and with help of them, it was not difficult proceed in game. Though I have found also walkthrough and used it twice or so, when was not clear what to do next and when hint was not exactly helpful. So I would recommend this game, but strongly recommend NOT to skip tutorial (as I did and then had to catch a lot of things during gameplay). August 17, 2015
I got hooked I decided to try this due to the latest reviews. The graphics are gorgeous and the music haunting. It is not easy to know what to do next, but I feel like I accomplished something once I figure something out. I like that challenge. I won't be rushing through this game, that's for sure. Gameplay is a bit clunky. But, once I got the hang of it, I was able to move forward a bit more easily. Tiny sparkles point out active areas. Golden balls indicate there are items to find. Click the gold ball to have a 'wheel' display showing you want needs to be found. In another review, someone pointed out that the end of the cursor shows Hand, Arrow, etc. That was helpful to know. Reset and Skip options are available for the puzzles. They are tiny icons at the bottom left and right of the puzzle window. No wait time for Skip to be available. A walk-through is available on the developer's web site. I don't think I'd buy this game without that WT being available. :) The Hint system isn't always that helpful... I tested up through the house and into the next section. No issues. I will buy this game. But, it may be one I play off and on. August 12, 2015
This Game is Getting a Bad Rap! First review, but I felt this charming oddity needed some support! I'm usually REALLY bad at games that don't lead me by the nose or that have a lot of puzzles, but for some reason this one clicked for me. Have only skipped one puzzle (spiderweb - easily done by clicking >> in lower right corner#. Between the tutorial and the walkthrough #Long Leaf's Friends website) it CAN be figured out, but is still really challenging. I bought it as soon as the trial ended. The music is different, the graphics are a pleasant change from most of the games out there, and for a small developer, it is obvious that a lot of thought went into the tone and atmosphere - nice voiceover, few mistakes in language. Let's support them and give them a chance to improve and bring even more interesting games. Please give this one a chance. August 12, 2015
Needs a little polish but is an okay game I played the 1 hour demo and decided it wasn't worth buying for me, but was okay for your typical mysterious and moody HOG (at least this one isn't that dark as most seem to be on BFG). The artwork in this hidden object game is beautiful and probably it's best feature. The "music" is rather annoying and not so much music as a single played note in trying to be "moody" it just reverberates my speakers and I was forced to turn it off. The turn off for me was the gameplay itself. I kept forgetting to look for gold pearls, which represent everything from dragon horns and mirror pieces to chemistry sets - very odd. I found I had to click the mouse very precisely to pick up small objects. The graphics of moving objects was drawn out - when mixing a recipe up, it takes forever to sit through the individual graphics of each item next to the tool that breaks it down for the recipe. And lastly, it's hard to know where to click next. A good example is when you know you must click on a cauldron. But the cauldron doesn't click unless you have your cursor just over the one spot that makes your cursor show an eye. It's rather annoying. The game is playable and I'm sure if I stuck with it, I'd get used to the foibles, but it's not worth the money to me. I can neither recommend for or against this game. July 29, 2014
Not for me I found the graphics were fine, but lack of directions, especially on puzzles frustrating. Extremely slow game, did not hold my interest. July 30, 2014
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