The Forgotten Fairy Tales: The Spectra World
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From EleFun Games, the creators behind the best-selling Witches’ Legacy series, comes a new fantasy series: The Forgotten Fairy Tales!

As a professor of folklore, you’ve heard all kinds of myths and legends, but you’re unprepared when one shows up on your doorstep and curses your family to turn into stone! Now you must uncover the world of fairy tales and legends from your Grandmother’s stories and stop the evil queen behind all of the chaos. Something doesn’t feel right though. What made the good queen turn evil and where has the Guardian who once protected the border gone? You must find the answers, before Earth and Spectra are doomed in this imaginative hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1412 MB

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The Forgotten Fairy Tales: The Spectra World is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not very memorable Having read the reviews for the CE version of this game I decided to wait to try this when the SE arrived. I'm okay with another "the bad guys from another dimension are taking over Earth" game if it is fun. However, this game made me go "meh". The first time I had to find small items outlined on a sepia colored background I was pretty sure I wasn't going to enjoy this. The second time sealed the deal. I played about 30 minutes and just wasn't enjoying it. Some will love it; others will hate it. Many, like me will just think it's alright but not alright enough to buy it. Give it a try. It may be your cup of tea.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Actual Rating: 2.5 Stars Based on the demo: I actually feel a bit sheepish admitting I kind of like this game; I'm a pretty harsh critic at times, & based on my own purported standards, this game definitely falls short in some ways (OOPS!). :D The "mini-games" are so absurdly easy that I finished the demo feeling as though there hadn't been any. The HO scenes, on the other hand, I thought were much better done; there's a fair amount of variety, & items aren't always so easy to spot (sometimes that's because they're tiny, though, so be warned). The graphics vary from being drear & almost "out of focus" in some areas, to spare yet crisp & lovely in others. The storyline is yet another iteration of the timeworn "save a world or two" theme, but I'm okay w/ that; the characters encountered thus far have been interesting, though interaction w/ them has been fairly brief. I think what's actually attracting me to this game is something in the overall flavor of it; it's mostly set in a sort of fairytale world, & thus far, it definitely has that flavor for me, of something so old & otherworldly, it's mostly been forgotten. I suppose it comes down to the fact that I want to see more of what the dev does with this world. :) Going forward, I personally think they'll have to up the level of gameplay & lavish a bit more time & attention if they want this series to be a success, but I'm intrigued enough to take this first step w/ them, & then see how we get on. As always, do the demo, & see what you yourself think...we all have our own tastes, & mine are pretty erratic at times. O.O ;) Happy gaming!
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Another one to forget As soon as this game started I knew I wouldn't like it. Started out with lead character contacting her sister and finding out they opened a package meant for her and were attacked by some kind of evil orbs. Now the back and forth begins. The "fox" (doesn't look like one.) is supposed to help but not much. Some of the scenes are idiotic such as boxing the orbs in the barn and the HO's are not my cup of tea. They have some of the ones I hate with a passion and that is in the book telling a story and picking out highlighted objects. They aren't too bad if the pictures aren't too busy but when there is so much on the pages and they are almost hidden that's going overboard. Colors in this game are washed out and there is not much detail. Characters are the same and some of them should have stayed home. There is a horse that is supposed to fly and take you to the evil queen's tower but, as soon as you take off, the horse is knocked out from under you. So much for that helper. Despite what some other reviewers have said, this is a back and forth, no help for the story, game that I hate. I don't recommend this one at all if for no other reason than the poor graphics. Very hard to look at. Play the demo and then go find a good game.
Date published: 2017-07-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Grandma's Tales Turn Out to Have A Grain Of Truth In Them Alice is summoned home by a panicked call from her daughter. A strange package, addressed to Alice and opened by her husband, has disgorged a troupe of smoky fiery orbs that are turning both her husband and her daughter to stone. (Lesson: Do not open other people's packages!) When Alice arrives home, she is greeted by a magical fox who informs her that she needs to travel to a magical kingdom, Spectra. Alice remembers Spectra from her grandmother's stories. Hopefully she will find what she needs to save her family in Spectra and restore the balance of both worlds. Good stuff: HOPs with a puzzle alternative, mini-games and puzzles, and a story. Bad stuff: The HOPs are full of tiny items on my giant monitor. The puzzle alternative to the HOPs is more frustrating than anything else. The mini-games and puzzles in the game are lackluster and oh so average. The story is a mish-mash of bits and pieces left from other games that the Devs didn't want to “waste.” I came away with a lost feeling, as though I had wandered off the path and couldn't find my way back. Little of this game made any kind of sense. I spent lots of time being frustrated by the map being placed almost on top of the hint. I often had no idea what I was trying to do, regardless of the goals in the "diary." As there was no other information in the diary, it was basically useless. Please try the demo before you buy.
Date published: 2017-06-19
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