The Legacy: Prisoner Collector's Edition

The Legacy: Prisoner Collector's Edition

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It started as an ordinary work day at the museum for young Diana, but when a burglar steals an ancient Mayan bust, Diana finds herself in pursuit. The chase takes an unexpected turn when Diana realizes she's been transported to another world. And the only way back is closed! Help Diana face a multitude of challenges as she tries to rescue a prisoner from an ancient temple and return home safely in this high-adventure hidden object game.

  • Help Diana find her way home!
  • Explore a new world and meet its inhabitants
  • More than 40 fun mini-games and puzzles
  • Find collectables and morphing objects
  • Stunning locations and great music

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 981 MB

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The Legacy: Prisoner Collector's Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved this Game. Was it too short? Or did I just play until I was finished :) This is my review from a completed CE game. I'm not a big fan of HO. I look for games( reviews ) that don't have many in them. I actually liked the HO in this game. There weren't that many at all, but I didn't eyeroll and get on with it. That being said, I paid attention to the whole story line. I was hooked from the moment the story started. Normally I read quickly and click, because most of the stories seem kind of the same. I loved the story line. The puzzles were fun and many of them. I was able to do the puzzles quickly. Kinda easy. I wish they would have been harder, but it didn't diminish how much I enjoyed this game.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FIVE BN IS ALL STARS!!!! I got hooked on FIVE BN games after playing "The Lost Lands" and "New York Mysteries", and now with "The Legacy" series, I am ecstatic!! These games do not disappoint in every aspect. If you are a fan of the achievements they got them, plus lots of collectables, they even have Bonus games you can play. The other devs need to take a few pointers because FIVE BN knows what their fans love!!!!!
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FIVE-BN GAMES HAS RISEN TO THE TOP OF MY HOPA JUNKPILE Diana has gotten herself into another predicament! She just returned home from the last portal that swallowed her, and she hasn't learned her lesson, don't mess with ancient gadgets! Once again she has tampered with an ancient portal, and once again, Diana is trapped in another world, a prison at that! The good news is that she's not alone, this prison has two other prisoners, one of which is a volunteer. The prison was built to imprison Rhitoris, an evil demon, and Kitron has sacrificed his freedom, using his own magical powers to block the demon's evil powers. Diana will need to use her skills to avoid traps, and help the people of this strange new world, as she searches for a way to return home, that is IF there's a way home! Five-BN Games have created some powerful games before, but this sequel has to be their best creation yet. I'm a fan, I can honestly say that every game series they have created is amongst my favorites, and they are truly worthy of a 5 star rating! Lost Lands, Darkness & Flames, New York Mysteries, House of 1000 Doors, Sacra Terra, Eternal Journey, and one of my top 5 favorites, Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town, are just a few of their epic games available. The Legacy is quickly becoming a Legacy adventure. The sights and sounds are so realistic, I have surround sound speakers hooked up to my computer and I can't tell you how many times my poor little dogs and cat, have perked their ears up and looked all around the room, to try and figure out where those birds were. They have done a fantastic job of creating an atmosphere to make you feel as if you were there. I love the abundance of Collectibles and Morphing Objects, and that they unlock puzzles and mini games in the Extra's section of the Collector's Edition. Each and every scene has them, they blend in with the scenery very well, AND you can choose whether or not you want the cursor to change when you scan across an item, and if you want the items to be included on the map as to whether or not they have all been found, how awesome is that! The Hidden Object Scenes have the standard Interactive Listed items, that includes finding all the cliche objects, a hat, shoe, teddy bear, spoon, necktie, wrench and necklace with missing beads. However, they also have a very creative HOP style that was a staple in the original game, and if I'm not mistaken, I think they were also in Darkness & Flames. The Progressive, Interactive, Silhouetted Shape find type, in my opinion is one of the best HOP's I've ever played, they are creative, items and tasks are very well blended, logical, and extremely entertaining. Some of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve as well, but at least in the demo, there isn't an alternative game available. The Mini Games are all solvable, non frustrating, and well crafted, although not really original. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Enter the correct code on the keypad using the clue you found earlier. 2) Place exhibit items correctly using the photo as reference. 3) Enter the number of the lost artifact into the GPS, recalling by memory or referring to the Journal. (YEA, a journal to recap the story and use for referral, has returned!) 4) Rotate the circle parts to align the fragments into their matching grooves. 5) Using the hint you found, draw a line to connect the dots of the constellation. 6) Select the matching plates until all but one tile remains. 7) Move the block with the emerald to the exit on the opposite side in a game of "blocks" where you must move other sections to clear a path. THE LEGACY GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Forgotten Gates (March 11-2017) 4.1 2-Prisoner (December 5-2017) n/a This Collector's Edition has 21 Wallpapers, 37 Concept Art pictures (wow) 16 re-playable Movie Videos, 8 Music Soundtracks, 13 re-playable Mini Games, 7 re-playable Puzzles, 22 Achievements to earn, 30 Morphing Objects that will unlock a Bonus Game in the extra's, 48 Collectibles (4 Vases, 4 Masks, 4 Golden Dishes, 7 Seashells, 5 Beetles, 6 Skulls, 12 Statuettes) that will unlock a new Bonus Puzzle for each Category Completed, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An adventure without return? A golden bust from Diana’s exhibition in the museum is stolen. But this case is special. The guard, sitting in front of his monitors, is alarmed by a signal of the motion detector. On one monitor he sees an alien creature. Hypnotized by the alien’s stare, he sets off to the room, breaks the showcase, takes the golden artifact and jumps out of the window, then running away with it. Diana learns about the incident, when she comes to work in the museum. The broken showcase holds her exhibition and she realizes, what is missing. With the help of the bust’s GPS code, she can determine its location and starts off to pursue the thief. The navipad leads her to an abandoned place. There the thief throws the bust into a dried up well. It is David, the guard, but Diana won’t question him, instead she goes after her exhibit first. At the bottom, the well looks like a decorated worship chamber. Standing in a ritualistic circle she accidentally activates a portal and falls into another world. She lands in front of an ancient temple. With no apparent way back, Diana enters the temple and meets an old man, Kitron, who introduces himself as guard of a dangerous prisoner, the demon Rhitoris. We are back in a blend of fantastic sci-fi with co-existing worlds. Diana enters through a portal, that immediately closes. On the one hand our protagonist finds her way via modern devices as navipads but is trapped in an ancient culture, where she has to meet challenges without the technical achievements. It is more an adventure game with more challenging mini games and mult-layered HOS mostly. The animations, artwork, and graphics are simply beautiful. Music is suiting and I like the characters. Diana is not drawn as a hero, able to answer all challenges without batting an eyelid. So it is easy to follow her as the protagonist in finding a way out of this world as well as keeping her own one save of danger.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Partial Demo played I usually finish demos well before the 90 minutes but had to keep leaving the game for other duties so I did not quite finish. Graphics and VOs were excellent and I liked that I could skip through dialogue (I read much faster than they talk..lol). Collectibles were pretty easy to find and the mini-games I played were nothing new, but also pretty easy. The storyline, as much as I advanced into it, is probably something repeated in several such games. Nothing exceptional, but I will probably wait for the SE and play it to see where the story ends. Try the demo and see if you might enjoy it.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ancient Madness This game was fun with lot's of mini games and hops to play. This quest is good and will keep you guessing till the end.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Storyline is too similar to Forgotten Gates, gameplay is too easy. SUMMARY…Based on the demo, this game is extremely similar to the first episode in the series. Why the Mayans again? Didn't other ancient cultures have portals? Couldn't we have visited ancient Greece or Rome, or the Celts, or the Mongol empire? WHAT WAS GOOD…The HO scenes. They were mostly the characteristic find-and-use, and all included at least one puzzle. Unfortunately, there were only three in the demo, but all were of medium difficulty. The extras. Bonus chapter, strategy guide, performance achievements. Replay 13 mini-games. Assemble 7 puzzles. 8 categories of collectibles; completing a category will unlock additional puzzles. 30 morphing objects to unlock bonus play. 21 wallpapers, 37 concept artworks, 16 videos, and 8 downloadable music tracks. (Note: 5BN has a habit of reusing music, but I'm unsure whether they did so in this series.) The graphics. Beautiful backgrounds, detailed foregrounds, excellent animation and poser work (except the lip synching…see below). The palette was thoughtfully chosen and always appropriate. The voiceovers. Fairly good voice acting with appropriate affect. WHAT WAS “MEH”…The storyline. Diana is back, and hot on the trail of a gold artifact stolen from the museum. In the process, she's sucked through a portal (again) to the time and place of the Mayans (again). Apparently, Shaash the Gatekeeper is asleep on the job. And this time, Diana must face and overcome the demon Rhitoris. WHAT WAS BAD…The puzzles. The overwhelming majority were much too easy. Three of the eight in the demo were simple copy-the-clue throwaways. The others: • Rotate the circle and slot the three pieces into their matching grooves. Throwaway (not improved by having to do it twice). • Matching pairs. Easy. • Move all blocks to the hole. Hover over empty cells adjacent to the blocks, then click an arrow to move that block. Blocks will move adjacent blocks aside. Easy. • Restore the image by swapping the planks. Medium, because some were upside down and the pattern was difficult to discern. • Swap skulls along the lines until all are facing the center. Easy. The lip synching. Mainly, it looked like they were chewing gum. The top halves of their faces didn't move, but the entire bottom half changed in bizarre ways. CONCLUSION…It's not a bad game, but I found the storyline rather boring, and the gameplay filled with too many simplistic puzzles. I recommend you try the demo, but it's not for me. BEST GAMES BY THIS DEV (✭✭✭✭ or better) • from this series—Forgotten Gates • other game series—Darkness and Flame, Lost Lands, New York Mysteries BEST GAMES IN THIS STORY GENRE (Portals! Oh, and saving one or more worlds.) • game series—Green Moon (adv), Time Mysteries, Botanica, Amaranthine Voyage, Saga of the Nine Worlds, Nightmare Adventures (adv), Invasion (adv), Nightmare Realm, Nevertales • one-off games—Bridge to Another World: Alice in Shadowland, Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes, Enchantia: Wrath of the Phoenix Queen, Subliminal Realms: Masterpiece, Queen's Quest: Stories of Forgotten Past, Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings, Epistory: Typing Chronicles (adv), Shrouded Tales: The Spellbound Land, Nearwood, Mythic Wonders: The Philosopher's Stone, Mystery of Mortlake Mansion, Kuros, Dreamscapes: The Sandman
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from What's happening to my favorite developer ? (Please, excuse my poor english) What’s happening to my favorite developer ? I played the demo of The Legay : Prisoner. For me, this game is a fail. Graphics are stunning, but the gameplay is very short, and way too easy. I almost finished half of the main game during the hour of the demo ! There is no challenge at all ! I was looking forward to five BN games, one of the last developper who made us think ! I am nostalgic for games like Lost lands : the four horsemen or Lost lands : The golden curse. These games were long and challenging, we had to think and to remember what remained to be done. Some things remained to be done since the beginning of the game, and we had to keep that in a corner of us head... I replayed these games recently, and I really regret that the new games aren’t as challenging and fun to play... Unfortunalely, new Five BN are easier than the precedent ones… Such a disappointment. When I play a game from this dev, I am expecting challenge ! Please, developer, make us again some long, challenging and amazing games, as you know how to do so well...
Date published: 2017-12-08
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