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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 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastical In this story, Delora the witch just needs to back off! She has turned Sallenvile into a very creepy, bizarre town. Using her dark talents she has turned everyone into monsters, rendered helpless to save themselves. They desperately need the help of someone who can outfox this devious woman and return things to normal. Jack, whose mother was one of Delora's early victims, turns out to be our hero. I loved this game because every scene was delightfully detailed and so colorful. It took forever to finish since I took my sweet time marveling at all the extremely interesting, fantastical creatures . Everything from rocks, bugs and flowers to dolls and machines were re-invented in ways that only an imagination on steroids could conjure up. It was exceptional. The story was good and easy to follow, not a great deal of spoken dialogue ...it was mostly the enchanted victims explaining why Delora cursed them. Along with the perfect graphics and colors, the characters were done exceptionally well. The games were interesting, not extremely hard or frustrating. The HOGs were interactive and very creative, a mix of several types. Loved them all. I must not forget the most adorable animal helper I have ever seen. She is a friend of Jack's family who can change into a ferret. And watching her in action is the cutest thing. Got a chuckle out of me every time. The little sounds she makes adds to the delight. The ending could've been a little more dramatic but it wasn't a total flop. No blood-shed, awful rituals or snakes to worry about here. Just a really creative piece of entertainment that I enjoyed a great deal. Faith....
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Ferret in a Hazmat Suit! Facts - * Developer - Elefun Games * Release Date - January 2017 * # of HOGs - 18 * # of Mini-Games - 34 * # of Puzzles - 16 * # Levels of Play - 3 + Create you own * Has interactive map, objectives and journal * My Completion Time - 4.5 hours Opinion - Wow, what an outstanding game! So creative and fun! The graphics and sounds/voiceovers really enhanced the game. The game does have a helper, which I normally don't like but Bertha the Ferret was very entertaining. I mean how can you go wrong with a ferret in a hazmat suit! The storyline did drag on a little at some points but I liked that the main character was an adult child trying to save his parent.....no children to feel sorry for like most games. Overall, an outstanding game that you should definitely try! Pros - Unique, multi-layer HOGs. If you like different kinds of HOGs, then this game is for you. Cons - I found the puzzles and mini-games very easy but since they were not the usual challenges, I did enjoy them.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Great sequencening! This has been an awesome trip. Hope to duplicate it next year!
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Stunning! A charming and quite scary HO game with a decent plot, beautiful graphics and a good but not headbanging level of challenge. Mini games are fun and relevant, it includes a useful map and quick-filling hints button. Oh and you have a cute assistant - Bertha the shape-shifting ferret! All I wanted as a casual player and I hope a Collector's version comes out soon as it's well-deserved. :-)
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Elefun has done it again! Excellant game! I usually get through these games in short hours. This one took me a while, and I enjoyed every minute. It was the best of the Witch's Legacy series. Many puzzles I have not seen, and the story line and logic followed right to the very end. It's a don't miss.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Witches legacy The City That isn't there excellent What a great game, I didn't get the C E, but this standard version is spectacular, so much to do , twists and turns. An exciting game one of the few that I will play again well done.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Witchy Woman Redecorates Town...Big Time !! In this continuation of Witch's Legacy, Julia Sanders travels to her mother's home town of Sallenville, searching for information for a book she wants to write. Beatrice has a frightening memory of her father sacrificing his own life to save her and her mother. Something happened that turned her father into a creature and we don't know much more than that at the start of the game. I'm not going to spill the beans and spoil the fun for you, so off you go to get all the answers! The adventure begins with Julia disappearing soon after her departure to Sallenville. Her kids Nicky and Jack attempt to find her and another "member" of the family, Bertha offers her assistance. Bertha can turn into a ferret and becomes the helper in the story. So the three of them are off to the rescue ! The ferret helper is so cute, especially when wearing a hazard suite to retrieve Julia's car keys from a frog in some real stinky water. Many gamer don't like helpers, but I happen to enjoy them quite a lot. Sallenville is very creepy. It is dark and empty of life as we know it. Almost everything is enchanted and animated with a sinister look about them. The town is oozing with a big, bad feeling of witchery. Click on everything as you travel around and you get a reaction or some creepy dialogue from some of the "inhabitants". I think the animated objects were so artistically done. I just love that kind of stuff and will probably spend too much time just ogling the weirdness of everything. That right there is worth the cost of admission for me ! The graphics were excellent, sharp and clear and the colors were very suited to the theme of the game. Color is always very important IMO. There is a good map which I always hope to find in a game and also a journal. I used the custom mode and tried a couple of the others, just to see the difference. It's always fun to play with a new challenge. The hint and skip options worked very well and there were no tech problems, except that loading between scenes was slow. There is much to do with lots of broken things to repair, even some stitching and minor potion recipe The puzzles were of average challenge, I did skip one having to do with lighted color tiles. They were all creative, but won't make you crazy trying to solve them. The HOGs were interactive and multi-layered. One early in the game had a couple of puzzles within it and I especially liked one where a special looking glass is used to find invisible demon items. There were also some minor puzzles where you have to find a certain number of nicely hidden items to complete the picture. I thought the ending was just okay, as usually is the case with all the games. Or maybe my expectations are just a little out of whack !! Overall this was a very entertaining game for me especially with all the animated objects and the quest at hand. The storyline was good and easy to follow, the characters were nicely done and the voices all sounded normal enough. In some games I've played the voices were either laughable or irritating. With the game modes offered here, everyone should be able to play without struggle...and you can change the difficulty while playing. IMO this is a 5 star SE game. God Bless....
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very engaging and fun to play. I love this game. I don't normally purchase this type of game; The graphics are awesome. The sounds are cute. The games are FUN and very engaging. I liked EVERYTHING! Even if I am already stuck.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hilarious Hunt through Exuberant Magic As a little girl, I always opted to play the witch. Princesses are so boring, just wear uncomfortable clothes, sit around and do nothing. Whereas, witches have a real life, with all those magic wands, enchanted brooms and such. Hence, this whole story falls a bit flat for me. Some rare girls are chosen to become witch apprentices - so what? In the bonus chapter, they even rave about the “kind and clever Miss Delora”. But since Delora is an EVIL witch, the girls must be saved from her. Who says so? The Witch Hunters ... men, of course. Thus we have this unpleasant picture of men who pursue a woman. Delora appears through the whole story surrounded by flames. 1925 she was burned - but she survived and became a fire witch. The blazing Delora brings to mind medieval pyres and religious torture. In earlier WL games, we had the good witch versus evil witch, somehow balanced. Now we have male Witch Hunters who actually set fire on a woman and are not far away from Ku Klux Klan. It's all the more odd, since Elefun presented not so long ago an excellent game about the topic witch hunt and lynch justice: The House on Black River. But aside of these dark recollections from history it is not a dark game. Quite the contrary: I haven't played a game lately which made me laugh as often as this. It's the small, unexpected details: a skeleton, jumping from its grave like a jack-in-the-box, a gay scarecrow, naughty, spitting flowers, a one-eyed sand beetle. Even Pratchett's notorious Luggage gallops hither for a HOP! We have gorgeous sights and bold clashing of fancy colours: blazing magma orange, ink blue, violet night clouds, psychedelic-green mushrooms, salmon-coloured sunsets. We behold a medieval ghost town with talking dolls, a hut, crammed with six different ovens, an air whale with turrets and oriels like barnacles. And we have all the little extra effects like pollen blowing mushrooms, sparkish lava crevices, edible fruit, blinking flowers ... which have no other purpose than to exhilarate the player's heart. And then, there's this card trick. Had me flabbergasted completely. A deck of cards displays six cards and sings: “Chose one of us – but do not touch any.” I chose the queen of hearts. The cards fan out again: “We have removed your card.” And, believe me or not, the queen of hearts was gone. Could of course be chance. I played a second time and chose the king of spades. The king of spades was removed! When they guessed it a third and even a fourth time, I was ready to believe anything. Particularly I don't doubt anymore of Elefun's augmented, magical skills ;) I was also impressed by the sound effects, all this bird song, creaking, wind and rustling. These are loops of course, but here they are so long, varied and subtly arranged that one does not perceive them as loops anymore. They really create atmosphere. Our loyal ferret Bertha hops in the first scene into our inventory ... and stays docile and mute. Not one single sigh. Probably too many complained about her constant chatter; poor Bertha must have gotten a serious reprimand. At least nobody can say that Elefun doesn't listen to customers. But she's a good sport as usual, plays even living canon ball to hit a button at the ceiling. Look at her her, in the makeshift helmet or in her hazmat suit! Isn't she our little darling prankster? A pity she didn't jump in action when we encountered her feral cousin. I saw her already dancing in front of his nose. Other developers have Super Puzzles - Elefun has Super HOPs. Varied, multi-layered and wonderfully entertaining, for example: find 6 cursed items (like snarling boots with bared teeth) through a magic lens / find 8 runes / find things from an interactive list with hilarious details, such as a running nose, literally running ... and even hiding! / open the last compartment with 4 keys. In some of them we can switch to match 3; for unfathomable reasons not in every HOP. Although I would have liked to play as Delora, I am Jack with the chemistry box, and it still feels a bit strange. Probably because he is such a sleeping pill with his emotionless voice. But Delora isn't much better either. Disappointingly two-dimensional, starting with facial expressions. As far as I know, Botox was not used back then; but she looks as if she just had an overdose and wouldn't even be able to wink an eye lid. Her poise is equally stiff. I'd also be curious how she managed to regain her flawless skin, after the big fire had allegedly destroyed her beauty. She probably will be remembered as the witch with the cynical laugh; it's her major feature. The end is alas somewhat underwhelming. No dramatic intensification, no final puzzle or grand finale, just ends somehow randomly. But it truly is the end of the story. The bonus chapter adds nothing new and actually is completely unnecessary. If you want to know more details, read my review of the CE. The only reason to buy the CE would be the soundtrack which is as always top notch. 23 titles, from romantic tunes on the verge of kitsch to Sixties dance hall, ghostly, melancholic ballads and mesmerizing film noir music. But also it's always possible to look online for arhipco's sound :)
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BERTHA, THE FERRET IS BACK IN TOWN BASED ON 60 MINS OF DEMO PLAY ONLY: I have all of the Witches Legacy games but haven't played them in awhile, so I was pleased to see a new game. The storyline is good, and the graphics are well done with the colors crisp and clean. This game has the familiar 'helper', Bertha the ferret, whose antics make me laugh every time. The HOS are fun and are just right (IMO), not too hard and not too easy. You also have the option of playing a Match 3 instead of the HOS if you prefer.The mini-games/puzzles were fun and somewhat on the easy side but I still enjoyed them. All in all, I enjoyed the game and will add it to my Witches' Legacy collection. Give it a try. You might like it too. ENJOY :)
Date published: 2017-02-05
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