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EleFun Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Witches' Legacy series!

Your mother has mysteriously gone missing while doing research for her new book, but how do you find a city that technically doesn't exist? Carefully trace her steps into a lost city that's filled with mysterious creatures. Team up with your ferret-shapeshifter friend Bertha to find your mother. Can you rescue her before it's too late, or will you become the city's next victim? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1347 MB

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Witches' Legacy: The City That Isn't There is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a good HO game you go to sellenville looking for your mother. you encounter strange creatures but you also have a helper that is a ferret that can get to places you can't and do thing you can't do. you mother was investigating the disappearances and you encounter delora and need to get rid of her. many different scenes that you go back and forth in.
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nicely done. Thematically fitting scenes. High quality. Not too difficult. Decent length. My rating is based on playing the entire SE. It is between 4 and 5 stars, meeting most of my requirements. It could have been a little bit more challenging, difficulty more adjustable. W/o that silly laugh it would have been great. - Story: Kind of mystery story. Your mother went to Sallenville City, the place where you were born. She wanted to write about Grandma and is not back yet. Jack and Bertha are going to look for her. An accident occurs on the way. Your chemistry knowledge and Berthas ferret skills are in demand. It turns out, that a witch is holding your mother captive. - Difficulty can only be customized partly. Tutorial, sparkles, penalty and hint / skip recharge. Helping texts can’t be excluded. - Graphics/locations: Beautiful varied scenes, which fit thematically. - Animation and Voice-overs: Well done. - Tools: you have an interactive map and Bertha’s proven support. Later a magical glove helps on the move. - HO’s: Different types, mainly descriptions. Small tasks, such as riddles or magnifying glass are often preceded. Slightly interactive. You can switch to a matching game. - Mini Games: Quite easy. - Adventure part: There are the usual 4-6 locations to be explored. The tasks themselves were very logical, but as so often, needed items were to be found on strange places e.g. coffee beans. You have enough items to make it something exciting and not to be too obvious. All in all neither particularly challenging nor boring. Enjoyable. - Specials: Sometimes you can click on something and something will happen ? - Length: I needed a little more than 4 1/2 hours to finish the game. Dislikes: This silly laugh, which is supposed to be devilish. Dreadful.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Which Way Did That Witch Go? Witches' Legacy used to be one of my favorite series, I loved following the story of Lynne and Edward, the good witch who fell in love with the witch hunter. Her entire family was murdered by the evil witch who wanted Lynne to use black magic and join the remaining witches of the "dark side" she even turned the family dog into a hideous Imp! Then one morning I woke up to find that an entirely different family had been introduced, and I just couldn't get into the new Sander's family saga. Witches' Legacy is now all about the Sanders' family, Julia and her children, Nicky and Jack. Bertha is an unofficial family member who dabbled in magic, and found a spell that gave her the ability to change into a ferret. Jack is a scientist, and a non-believer, until he came face to face with the evil witch Cassandra, who cast an aging spell on him and his mother, after taking over his sister Nicky's body. In the last episode, Jack's girlfriend, Anabel was tricked into entering the sacred city to take a staff that could only be retrieved by a good witch. This was a nefarious plan concocted by the last remaining dark witches who called upon the Ice Sorcerers twins, Mara and Marcus, as a last ditch effort to destroy all that is good. Fast forwarding to this edition, Julia Sanders has decided to write a new book about her mother, Beatrice. She had very little information to go by, so she travels to her mother's hometown of Sallenville. Grandma Beatrice's last memory of Sallenville, was as a young girl saying a tearful goodbye to her father who remained in the city that burned to the ground. After several attempts to contact their mother, Jack and Nicky become concerned, so Jack heads to Sallenville in search for her. While searching for his mother, Jack discovers some very interesting facts about his Great Grandfather, Hector, a witch hunter who may have paid dearly for hunting a very revengful witch! There aren't a whole lot of witches in this edition of Witches' Legacy, it's more or less just a story about the Sanders' family and why they are significant to witches. I must admit, that I hated the last game, the bizarre graphics and weird storyline were just too much for me to enjoy, because I just wanted the story to be about Lynne and Edward, not Yeti's that need a haircut! Something about this game, however, piqued my interest, perhaps because this game was more of a background story, and I was able to learn more about the Sanders' family. In the Collector's Edition version, there are 34 Morphing Objects and 36 hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces that will give you more information about the characters and allows you to assemble 4 different Jigsaw Puzzles and use them as Wallpapers. There are also the usual Achievements to earn, and a built in Strategy Guide, also available in the CE version. The Hidden Object Scenes are multi-layered with at least two different types in each scene, which is actually the norm in this series. There are Interactive List Finds, Keywords in a sentence finds, objects to find which when placed on the inventory bar will open up the list, or the list opens to expose useful items to interact with in the scene. Most of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve, and there's an alternate Matching game to play if you're not into the HOP's. There are also the familiar Zoom Zone mini HOP's where you must find 6 fragments that are located within the entire current location such as 6 shoes, or 6 fire spirits. The Mini Games are all doable, some are really easy, but most are of normal difficulty. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Select the dangerous roots to step on, in a whack-a-mole type of game. 2) Swap puzzle tiles to restore the image on a jewelry box lid. 3) Use items located on the sides to help Hector navigate through the boarding house rooms to save the girls. 4) Rotate tiles to complete a path from the top left to the bottom right. 5) Arrange lenses to reflect the light beams to the bottom. 6) Place the gears onto their matching Silhouetted Shapes. 7) There are several ingredients to find for each recipe inside of Jack's Chemist Kit. The collector's Edition has 9 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art pictures, 3 Screensavers, 3 Music Soundtracks, 11 Achievements, 34 Morphing Objects, 36 Hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, 4 Jigsaw Puzzles to assemble with the Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces and save as Wallpapers, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Adventure, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Quite What I Expected This is posted after playing the entire game. I have most all of the Witch's Legacy games and this one takes a huge departure from the previous games. I was expecting auntie and the girl, and got something entirely different. Not a bad game, though I do miss the other characters. Jack just wasn't the same as Edward. After playing the demo, I almost didn't purchase it, but I'm glad I did. Graphics were well done. A tad dark at times, but it's a witch's tale, what would you expect. The colors were bright and clear. Special effects were well done and the music went along with the action in the scene. The only problem I had with the sound were the voice overs. Jack just sounded ..... unreal ... staged I guess would be a good word for it. I liked the challenge of the mini games. That's another way of saying the majority of them were easy. If you are a die-hard puzzle fan, you might find this one too simple for your taste. Several of the games came with no instruction, but they were easy to figure out what to do. Hidden objects were varied and kept me on my toes. I did like them a lot. So far as helpers, there's Bertha the ferret, but she seems to have just come along for the ride. She isn't intrusive and at times is comical. There is a tremendous amount of jumping back and forth and the interactive map was a necessity for me. I would never have figured out where to go without it. There are several modes of play of which I chose custom for the fast hint and skip charge. The story is pretty much the same as most in this genre. Mom is kidnapped by this witch and then the daughter disappears. It's Jack to the rescue. This is as much a fairy tale as it is a witch story. The other characters, like the biting chest and others were cute, but not really necessary for the story. Others will go into the story in more detail than I and you can get more information from their posts. That's about it. Give the demo a try and see if this fits your game appetite.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from short Okay game finished in a day puzzles and hidden object
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from enjoyable game I have a lot of the Witches Legacy series and enjoy them all. I found this game to be unique and a bit of a challenge at time. Transporter map is excellent and the options tab let you set the hint and skip to refresh quickly. There are regular puzzles of which I skipped most the time (not a puzzle person) and smaller, easier puzzles which appear during game play that are fun. HOS allowed you to switch to match 3 if you don't like the seek and find way. I found them pretty standard with some interaction. You did move around a lot in this game, the pick up and item and deposit it somewhere else, but the transporter map made that much less irritating. Voice-overs were a little corny and "Jack" gets way too excited. I always turn off music so I can't comment on that. I rarely sit and play a game straight through, but this appeared to be a good length.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mini Games Plus, Long Strange Story, Excellent Graphics. Overall: Well done crafting and excellent graphics but a lot of back and forth and have to click on some items, that are obvious, a couple of times to make them work. Nothing new or unexpected in this journey, but if you like long games, this is one for you and if you love mini games another plus for mini fans. As far as direction there is little clarification where to go and what to do, so the hint comes in very handy. Rather weird, creepy and strange story line, can’t skip introduction, and the game ends abruptly for all the time spent in this rather long, drawn out journey Graphics: Good to excellent Sounds: Excellent Music: Good Characters: Well crafted. Hints: Excellent Map: Excellent-teleports HOG: Excellent clarity and some objects are interactive. Mini: Easy to very time consuming. There are way too many Mini Games. Also you are required to create, put together a number of objects, potions, etc.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is an ok kinda game This is another one of those games where I wish 1/2 stars were possible because this one is better than 3 but not quite 4 stars. I thoroughly enjoyed the play even though there is a lot of the typical back and forth as is common in today's HO games. But it's not that you find things just for the sake of finding something, everything is eventually used and you'll realize why you had to find nail polish early. HOs are just enough of a challenge to keep you interested and the mini games are innovative and, for once, fun. Those I really enjoyed although some were a little on the simple side. Graphics are about average, not overpowering yet not drab and the colors are the way I like them, bright when needed and dark when needed. Another big plus, at least for me, I got to play as a man which is a welcome change. The other characters are well drawn and believable as real people. I could go on and on about this one but others already have and are better at that than I am. All I can add is I recommend this one but play the demo first to make sure it is your cup of tea. Have fun!!
Date published: 2018-08-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Stupidest game, ever The "storyline" was all over the place, and so was the game play. Everything but the kitchen sink was tossed into this game, and it seemed as though the actions required to step through it were almost completely random. I'm extremely tired of all the paranormal crapola, anyway, and this game was over the top in that regard, as well. The storyline is important, folks!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nowhere as good as others in this series. I've purchased every game in this series. The first game Charleston Curse is still my favorite followed by Dark Days to Come. This game is similar to Dark Days but not near as good. The flow in this game is horribly slow and I found I was doing too many stupid unnecessary things. I'm not sure how far I am into the game but I'm giving up and deleting it. The colors are just so overdone and gaudy and areas all seem to have a mist around them that is off-putting to me. I was so looking forward to this game after the last one but I'm just not enjoying it. I wish I could see if it gets better but I can't get myself to play one more minute!
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from no challenge and boring It had a promising start, but after a while the storyline was quite random and without much sense. The puzzles are far too easy and the HO's are boring. I do not recommend this game for people that enjoy a good storyline
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ready for it to be over This game was very boring..the storyline was horrible.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Are we done yet? I just couldn't finish it. The constant back and forth and waiting for the never ending "loading" was driving me nuts. I like a game that has flow to it and this just didn't for me. Also, I have never heard of a pumpkin instrument. Really?
Date published: 2017-04-08
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