Queen's Quest III: End of Dawn Collector's Edition

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Brave Giant proudly presents Queen's Quest III: End of Dawn!

In the midst of a battle for the Academy, a young promising student, Eliana, is sent on a dangerous mission of retrieving three powerful artifacts, the Dragon Crystals. It is soon revealed that she will have to overcome unimaginable danger and travel immeasurable distance, putting her life on the line. She will face hidden enemies who will stand in her way while trying to obtain the artifacts. Follow Eliana on her mission to save her home and the people she loves, overcome betrayal, malice and trembling power which sleeps where you least expect it in Queen's Quest 3: The End of Dawn.

  • Bonus chapter
  • Re-playable puzzles and Hidden Object Scenes
  • Downloadable Music, Wallpapers, and Concept Art
  • Extraordinary collectibles

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  • OS: 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1203 MB

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Queen's Quest III: End of Dawn Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes, Another Fantasy Tale...But What's So Bad About That? I beta tested Queen's Tale III and found it pleasant and entertaining, even with all the locked-up things and keys to be found. I played the demo today just to refresh my memory a little and see if my opinion remains the same. But I found the demo to be a little shorter than usual. Not that it matters much. A few other 5 star reviewers loved everything about the game as I did, so I need not repeat it. I do think it is a good storyline, not an horrendous amount of evil engulfing us. But enough to add a good dose of danger and excitement to keep the interest up and the fun element of magic and potions to save the day and the kingdom from gargoyles and evil-doers. The characters, colors, graphics were all excellent. Games and puzzles were fun, challenging, different. It is a good, light adventure game that provides a break from the really heavy-duty subject matter that we probably play more often than not. IMO, this game is suitable for all ages and levels of skill. And the magic should appeal to all the Harry Potter fans out there. God Bless....
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~ENTER THE PRESTIGIOUS FANTASY REALM IN QUEENS QUEST III~~~ This is Brave Giant's third installment in the Queens Quest Saga and developers have created a spellbinding adventure with a unique story twist. I've played a lot of different characters in a lot of different games. I have been thrown into the role of just about every kind of Detective imaginable and Scientist, Hero/Heroin, and the list goes on. What began with Queens Quest Tower of Darkness, where a Prince named Henrik makes a deal with a Dark Force, resulting in a debt that must be paid with his first born child. You embark on a journey as Princess & Mother to the Tower of Darkness and save your abducted child. You then play the role of an Alchemist with shapeshifting abilities in Queens Quest II tasked with solving the murder of the King's head of security and trusted friend where you must find who is responsible and save your Kingdom. Now in this latest installment of Queens Quest you are on an unusual quest. A quest to become a true, certified alchemist! You’ve been training for this day your entire life, ever since you were left at the school’s front door when you were a baby. You’re just one final exam away from victory. Surely nothing strange will happen today. Nothing like, say, an evil demon made of smoke crashing through the window and attacking the headmaster? End of Dawn is a casual adventure game that takes place in the most prestigious of fantasy realms. It’s a little tough not to compare End of Dawn to another popular wizard at a wizarding school. You know the one I’m talking about. Fortunately, the similarities are only surface deep, as Queen’s Quest 3 is all about puzzle solving and alchemy, two things that quite naturally go together. Your time in End of Dawn will be split between exploration centric adventure scenes and some nice hidden object diversions. You’ll get a surprising amount of freedom to roam back and forth, searching for items that can be used to open doors or remove other obstacles standing in your way. Many of these items are interactive, meaning you’ll need to click and tinker with them to find out their true nature, occasionally even using other inventory items on them. The helper referred to in the adventure is a fairy, non-intrusive and not very vocal but helpful. Hidden object scenes come at a fast pace, which isn’t such a bad thing since they’re quite entertaining to solve. Most of them stick to the standard text list format with one or two interactive items marked in a darker color. Just search, click and collect, you know the drill! Mini-games manage to outshine the hidden object scenes with a glorious array of variety. Ever tried playing a movement-based isometric fantasy puzzle with hot air balloons and clouds? Queen’s Quest 3 has that, and it’s just one of several wholly engaging mini-games you get to complete. Queen’s Quest 3: End of Dawn doesn’t take a lot of newly innovative chances with its design or gameplay content. It wins major points with me for its interesting story, like the previous editions. The puzzles and mini-games reach out and grab you from the start, saving an otherwise ordinary hidden object game from the dustbin. Other reviewers include CE bling so no need to revisit that. I do have to give this the 5 star rating because Brave Giant held their own with the continuation of this wonderful series. I generally do not like to review an entire game based solely on demo, I played this jewel in it's entirety. I love the series and look forward to more releases. Cheers!
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! I usually don't write reviews but I only logged in to say that this game is a 10 stars for me. Exactly what I'm expecting from a game, and so much more. The graphics are wonderful, the surroundings dream-like, artistic, and well crafted. It's a high level of artistic imagination. The music is calm, pleasant and merely accompanying you while you play, not an entity in itself, not distracting like in other games. The whole game is very, very pleasant and I can't wait to drink in the next scene, and the next. Thank you, developers.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better Than I Expected Based on playing halfway through the game. I thought the game was a bit of a slow starter, not that I minded much as I tend to play rather slowly but it changed halfway through the demo. The scenery and voices were good, and the music wasn't intrusive. The HOS are a bit different, mainly just lists or silhouettes, but some of the items morph and others are hidden - I really liked them because they were more challenging than the ones we have recently been given. The puzzles/mini games were varied and appropriate to the storyline - none of them too difficult. There is a Helper and I winced as soon as I heard her voice at the beginning, thankfully though the only time she speaks is when you use her to collect something and all she says is "On It". Every scene has small animals, and birds flying around, I particularly liked the hedgehog who squeaks and rolls into a ball every time you hover your cursor over it. Collectibles: 42 Crests which come in different colours, they go into a book in the Achievements section which can be viewed in the More Info section on the Main Menu. 16 Hats - so far they are all different and easy to spot. 8 Ghosts - the only two I have found so far were both morphing and as I am halfway through the game I think I've missed some. 21 Achievements Give it a go, you might enjoy it.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MAGICAL DELIGHT FROM BRAVE GIANT 4 Chapters plus a Bonus Chapter OVERVIEW: Congratulations Eliana Marcius! You are now a full-fledged alchemist! Unfortunately, your first assignment will require you to save the magical world in this 5-star game. The Dragon Lord has resurrected and is using his gargoyles to attack the kingdom. To save the kingdom you need to locate three Dragon Crystals. However, that won’t be easy as they are protected by an evil queen. Since I don’t play this type of game, I am assessing this game based on the quality of its construction. This game should appeal to beginning and intermediate gamers, children, those who love Harry Potter books and movies, fantasy games, or those who love magic. The story is based on a “Harry Potter” theme with your base of operation the Zora Academy of Alchemy. You will create potions and use an amulet to give you powerful magical abilities. Fight gargoyles, a dragon and a witch as you try to restore the kingdom. The graphics are breathtaking. There are quite a few collectibles including crests, hats, and figurines. There are morphing objects as well. HELPERS: You do get a helper fairy, Dahlia, from the Fae Realm. She has a high-pitched nasal voice which I found irritating. However, in the demo, she is used infrequently. This is my only complaint about the game. You will also use your graduation present from your mentor, a magic amulet, frequently in the game. Each time you use it you will play a Simon Says puzzle. It will help defeat the evildoers in the game. HOP SCENES: The are creatively designed. The scenes are lists of items and silhouette in the demo. There is a scene which has the player search for items in a stain glass window (used frequently by another developer in most of their games). In at least one scene there are morphing objects. You can play a matching game in lieu of the scenes. PUZZLES: The puzzles are easy. I found none which was even slightly difficult. They include several types of matching puzzles. There are several storybook puzzles which are more like HOP scenes than true puzzles. In those puzzles, you search for items while listening to a tale about the kingdom. There are a couple of assembly puzzles in which you create a potion. LEVELS: Casual, Advance, Expert, Custom Hints in HOP scenes: 5 to 50 seconds Hints within the game: 5 to 90 seconds Skips: 5 to 120 seconds EXTRAS: Strategy Guide: 57 Pages Map is given to you at the beginning of the game. 21 Achievements Collect 42 crests, 16 hats and 8 figurines (ghosts) Morphing objects Replay of HOP scenes and Puzzles 6 Wallpapers, 6 Concept Art, Music, HERE ARE THE DETAILS (SPOILERS) FOR THOSE WANT MORE INFORMATION ON THE HOP SCENES AND PUZZLES IN SEQUENCE HOP SCENES: You can opt to play a matching game in lieu of the scenes. A. List of items located on a stain glass window. At least one morphing object in this scene B. List of items. C. Silhouette. Interactive and there is a morphing object as well. PUZZLES: (1) Easy 2) Moderate difficulty (3) Difficult Amulet puzzle. Every time you need to fight an entity you must charge your amulet by playing a Simon Says game. Follow the sequence of lights on the amulet. A. Matching. Match up symbols on a door as per directions given. Rating: 1 B. Assembly. Follow directions to create a potion. Rating: 1 C. Matching puzzle. Match up tokens on a large wheel by color and number of flames on the token. Rating: 1 D. Maze puzzle. Move your balloon high into the sky to the Sun while avoiding clouds and eagles in your path. Must do this twice to reach your destination. Rating: 2 E. Matching puzzle. Get Dahlia, the fairy helper to choose the right symbols so that thorns release you. Rating: 1. More of a HOP scene than a puzzle. rating: 1 F. Storybook puzzle. Locate 3 symbols within 4 scenes while hearing the tale of the Dragon King. Rating: 1 G. Assembly puzzle. Assemble items to create a potion. Rating: 1 H. Same as F. Another storybook sequence locating symbols within a scene. Rating: 1
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Helpers aren't too annoying? (or are they?) I purchased this game due to the "deal" of the week. At first I found it to be a bit silly, but the more I played, the better it got. I read, that once someone saw a "helper" they quickly quit. I don't care for helpers either, and at first, when I heard her voice, I almost quit also. However, as the game progresses, she (a faery) doesn't talk at all, except to say something like "got it." It's a pretty good game, and for $1.99, you can't lose much! Try it.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from HUGH drop in quality in the bonus chapter. :( Based on completing the main game, & as much as I could stomach of the bonus chapter: As indicated by the title of this review, the quality of both gameplay & graphics takes a huge hit in the bonus chapter, which is why, even though I'd rate the main game 3.5 stars, I can only allot 3 stars to this CE in terms of the total package. As for the main game: This game is loaded w/ charm, which is one of the main reasons I bought it, as I'm admittedly a sucker for that. :D Most of the responses you get when you click on various critters & suchlike are what you'd expect (butterfly flutters around, bird flies off to another perch), but there's a couple that are quite unexpected, so it's worth clicking on all of them. The graphics overall are pretty good, & only one HO scene in the main had a somewhat "junky" look. Interactions in the HO scenes are basic but plentiful, & in most list type scenes, 1-2 of the listed items morphs. For those of you that hanker for plentiful HOs, I'd say this game provides that, & none are revisited in the main game (HOs are revisited in the bonus). Mini-games are also fairly plentiful, but w/ only a handful of exceptions, the level of challenge is virtually nonexistent. The storyline can probably be adequately summed-up as "acceptable typical", but I thought the characters were well done, particularly the interactions w/ the peddler, who turns up several times throughout. As regards collectibles, there are three types, all found in their entirety in the main game. Although most are easy to spot, there are a few that are blended in quite well, & w/ no "pull tab" or markings on the map to use as indicators, it's easy to forget to look for them (& unfortunately, there's no way to go back & collect those you miss). It should also be mentioned that the game is played out in distinct areas, w/ each completed area becoming closed off to you as you progress, so if you're hoping to find all collectibles, it's best to look for them as soon as you enter a new scene; also, the bonus content includes some written material on each of the collectibles, such as telling you who the ghosts were in life. Overall, this game has enough to recommend it that I'm glad I got it, but if I hadn't got it at a significant discount, I'd be very unhappy about that bonus chapter. Unless it's worth it to you to overlook that for the sake of the collectibles & other CE extras, I'd advise getting the SE, instead, if doing the demo makes you think this is a game you would enjoy.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from End of Dragons Poisoned looking witch fairy is going to end the Alchemist. Ba ha ha ha. Well she can try. Good Ho's, Collect ghost (I only found one), Collect some red looking symbol, Good inventory, Nice game glow, Good Characters, and a Fairy helper. Beautiful art work in this game and a abidance of peaceful music amount the chaos.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Surprise! It's a Another Game. Eliana was dropped at the door of the Academy as a baby and has been there ever since. She is now sixteen and will receive her Alchemy certificate and set off to save the world with her friend, Anna. Good stuff: HOPs with a Pair Matching alternative, minigames with fair instructions, clear artwork, and collectibles with CE bling. You will have both a fairy helper and an amulet to aid you in saving the world. Bad stuff: Once again this series confuses Alchemy with magic and seems unsure if they really want to commit to a their tale. There is a lot of back and forth as well as characters who try to appear sinister or mysterious. I'm also confused as to why, with an Academy full of Alchemists/Magicians/Wizards, they would send a sixteen year old child out to save the world. There is little use for carrying around a fairy helper in your inventory after the first few times she helps and there is, of course, an extra puzzle to use that amulet. I'm passing on this third entry in the Queen's Quest series. I felt as though I was moving through thick fog while playing. Please try the demo for yourself.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Protect The Child! This certainly was a short demo! I normally love fantasy games about dragons and gargoyles, but End of Dawn just didn't hit the five star mark with this game. It's just more of the same, baby is saved from evil, grows up at the Zora Academy of Alchemy, sixteen years later, baby passes Alchemy exam just in the nick of time, baby now must save the Academy because for some reason, all other students and professors don't qualify for the job. It's probably because baby (guess she's no longer a baby, she's Eliana Marcus) Elaina was the only student who received a personal assistant in the form of a fairy Dahlia, and a magical Alchemy Amulet, talk about favoritism! I liked the demo, I just didn't love it, I just wish it had some backbone to it. The Magic Amulet allows you to use it's powers of protection after playing a game of "repeat the sequence" and the Fairy will help you reach items only a fairy can accomplish. In this Collector's Edition version, there are are 42 hidden Crests, 16 collectible Hats, and 8 Ghosts to find, all of which give you stories about their origins and background. There are also 7 different Achievements to earn Gold, Silver and Bronze star categories. The Hidden Object Scenes are basic Interactive List finds, each containing a Morphing Object in this CE version. I did enjoy the Stained Glass Hidden Object Scene, but there's nothing new or out of the ordinary so far. The Mini Games are decent, but tend to be on the easy breezy side. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Use the clue to figure out the lock combination. 2) Follow the recipe instructions correctly to unfreeze the fairy. 3) Alchemy Amulet puzzles require you to repeat increasingly more difficult sequences. 4) Match the color of the symbol tokens with the color of the lines, using the flame points as reference. 5) Use directional arrows to move the balloon through the map, avoiding obstacles. This Collector's Edition has 6 Wallpapers, 6 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, replayable Mini Games and Hidden Object Scenes, Morphing Objects within the HOP's, 7 Achievements to earn gold, silver and bronze awards, 42 Hidden Crests, 16 Collectible Hats with origins, 8 Collectible Ghosts with origins, Cutscenes, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Adventure, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-03-25
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Queen's Quest III: End of Dawn Collector's Edition

In the midst of a battle for the Academy of Alchemy, a young promising student, Eliana, is sent on a dangerous mission of retrieving three powerful artifacts, the Dragon Crystals.

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