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Domini Games proudly brings you the newest installment in the Labyrinths of the World series!

It's time to find out if your sister is a Seeker like you! Your road trip is unexpectedly interrupted when a dangerous army from another world invades your own! With a dangerous god as their leader, can you defeat the forces of evil and save the realms in time? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Labyrinths of the World: The Devil's Tower is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it I really enjoyed this game. Lots of hop's lots of puzzles and for me good story line. The game was longer than I expected and good value for money.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LABYRINTHS OF THE WORLD 6: IS THIS THE END OF THE SERIES? In this latest chapter of the Labyrinths of the World series, travel to the legendary Devil’s Tower and prevent an otherworldly evil force from destroying the world! This is the 6th installment of the Domini games series that takes you on another adventure playing the role of a "seeker" traveling to yet another world to battle unearthly evil. You play the role of Tritta and with all your success in the previous editions of the series it's time to initiate you sister Margaret now that she's ready to be a "seeker" too. Margaret has proven herself worthy and it's time for initiation. The only problem you face is an adversary who commands all known elements. Water, Fire, Air, and Earth. His name is Sanderion and he literally grows crystals to control uninitiated "seekers". His desire for ultimate power in the universe is a force like no other. Now he has chosen to claim The Crystal World. The Crystal Worlds army couldn't resist Sanderion's countless hordes. When the defenders of the Crystal World were defeated, Sanderion defiled the worlds heart with his darkness. Yikes! Now every crystal contains a piece of his curse and he uses these crystals to store the memories of enslaved peoples of the Crystal World. The fate of the planet rests with you and your sister (in training) Margaret. You must act fast and use all of your knowledge solving intense puzzles and super creative hidden object scenes before Sanderion turns both of you into crystal dust!!! The storyline isn't a new concept for this Sci-fi thriller but it is enjoyable nonetheless. The time it takes to complete the entire adventure is about 4 hours. I really enjoyed this newest edition of Labyrinths of the world even though their are other installments in the series one may enjoy more. Here's the list of the other editions in the series. Play them all if this genre of casual gaming is something you love. Cheers! •Labyrinths of the World: Shattered Soul (2014) •Labyrinths of the World: Forbidden Muse (2015) •Labyrinths of the World: Changing the Past (2016) •Labyrinths of the World: Stonehenge (2016) •Labyrinths of the World: Secrets of Easter Island (2017) •Labyrinths of the World: The Devils Tower (2017)
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great way to spend a rainy day! It took a while for me to get into the game - but, Oh boy, once I started I was hooked - it is not going to be one of the greats but it was entertaining with lots a good puzzles and decent HOPs. The graphics were excellent. Storyline was OK - not Pulitzer material but enough to keep a flow going. A good game to relax with and to get through a rainy afternoon.
Date published: 2017-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Devil's Tower Great, long SE game with lots to accomplish. There are many hidden objects (also you can switch to match3) and the puzzles are very good. I especially liked the puzzle box. You can play the puzzles either easy or hard. You also have the typical map, task book, choice of play and transporting.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I CAN'T GET THIS IMAGE OUT OF MY HEAD Although this game is lacking in the logic department, I love how Labyrinths of the World centers around controversial Ancient Alien icons of the world, Stonehenge, Easter Island and now Devil's Tower. Devil's Tower is the Nation's first National Monument, sitting across the state line of northeast Wyoming nestled in the Belle Fourche River Valley, and was made famous in the movie Close Encounters. The once hidden Tower has always been there, but over time, erosion stripped away the softer rock material, exposing the 1,267 foot megalithic granite stump. Devil's Tower is considered sacred by most Native Americans, who believe the grooves on the tower were caused by a giant bear while chasing several young Indian maidens. If you think about it, this is a perfect setting for this Alien themed game, and the perfect monument to disguise a portal to another alien world, Fractal-S. How do you stop an alien that commands the power of air and earth, an alien that is invulnerable to all known weapons? The real answer is, you can't, so to make the game interesting, logic has to be thrown to the bear who clawed the grooves, otherwise, it would be a very sad game where nobody survives, right? Great, now that we've gotten our heads wrapped around that, this is the part that I explain about Herring, the talking horse! I must admit, this scenario was a BIG mistake. Not only did they make a beautiful horse talk, but they gave her a horrible, whiny, irritating and fake sounding voice. At first, I thought the way we would communicate was by putting together symbols to figure out what concerned her, in a broken, unspoken language, but nope, they had to give her an actual voice. In the Collector's Edition version, there are 64 hidden Pearls to find and use to buy items for the Secret Lair (I never understood the appeal of this feature?) 20 Morphing Unique Flowers of the World, and 20 hidden Native American Artifacts. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with Interactive List finds, Multiples of the same Objects, and Keywords in a Story finds. The items are fairly clear and recognizable. You can opt to play a CE Match 3 game instead of the HOP's. The Mini Games are creative and there's a ton of them to boot, and are available in Easy and Hard modes. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Swap beads to recreate the picture. 2) Restore the picture puzzle strips, 1 or 2 pieces at a time depending on difficulty. 3) Navigate through the maze without getting caught, interacting with the scene's objects and hiding in bushes. 4) Create a continuous connection by rotating rings, moving one ring may affect others. 5) Select and place gemstones onto purple spheres, the goal is to match blue lines from gemstones until they form a pattern. 6) Move the green gem to the exit, the gem will transport to a highlighted slot with each move. 7) Remove flower vines starting with the top most first. 8) Find and select the objects in the scene as shown on the flower petals. 9) Guide Herring while avoiding obstacles in her path. 10) Answer all the questions (about the game) correctly. Labyrinths of the World Games Available Changing the Past (1-9-16) Forbidden Muse (6-13-15) Secret's of Easter Island (1-517) Shattered Soul (9-6-14) Stonehenge Legends (8-6-16) The Devil's Tower (4-29-17) The Collector's Edition has 19 Concept Art pictures, 23 Wallpapers, 5 Music Soundtracks, 31 Achievements to earn, 20 Morphing Flowers, 20 Artifacts, 64 hidden Pearls to buy items for the Secret Lair, 26 Videos, 23 replayable Mini Games, 20 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Another Labyrinth, Another Continuation... I went in to this game with my eyes wide open, and ended the game with them nearly shut. Sure, there are some wild concepts in this last episode, but there's also a lot of the same old, same old. I have to admit, I got a bit bored in the middle of the game & had to take a break... The concept follows that of the other "Labyrinth" series; going to mysterious places around the world & ending up in some place that is in desperate need of your help. This time, along with helping other worlds, you also have to rescue the soul of your sister. The HO's were varied & interesting, nothing too small or so blurry you couldn't make it out. You also have the opportunity to play Match 3 if you prefer. I did about half & half, just to keep my mind in the game. The mini-games give you an option of casual or hard. Even on some of the casual settings, the games were rather hard. If you aren't a real fan of mini-games, you may want to steer clear of this one, because there's a lot of them. In fact, there are more mini-games than there are Hidden Object scenes. There are 4 game settings, including 'custom', where you can set your own time limits on hints & skips. The least amount of time they will allow you is 15 seconds, so keep that in mind. There is also a valuable jump-map that shows you where you need to be. As far as the re-play value is concerned, In my book, it'd be pretty low. I really had to struggle to stay interested in this game. Although there is challenge to the game, it moves slow in some places. If this is the last in the series, it's a huge disappointment. I've loved the Lab series, but they sure finished with a dud.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This storyline, and characters were so weird in this game. BASED ON THE FULL DEMO I really disliked the story in The Devil's Tower. I didn't relate to the land, or the characters at all (or even the dialog). I was actually skipping text towards the end of the demo which I never do. It seems the longer I play these games, the more important the story is for me. I've seen a lot a stories in these games, lately, that are just so "out there". Over and over we see tentacles, vines, fantasy creatures in games out of the fantasy genre. I remember being so excited to see the Easter Island release (which I did buy...but haven't fully played yet), but at the end of that demo it got really weird and I had no idea it would be continued into The Devil's Tower. I thought it would be more of an adventure game and never really viewed the Labyrinths series as the pure fantasy genre. Here are some of my favorite stories I've seen so far at BFG over the years. I hope it helps if the developer is stuck maybe, with a story. 1. The Reincarnation series. You play different levels as little mini stories (per chapter) where you are reincarnated to different lives to save a person. The first game you play as a dog in love. 2. Mysteries of the mind: Coma. Same idea but you save people while in an altered state of awareness each chapter. 3. Paranormal Pursuit: The gifted one- A little boy has telekinetic powers. 4. Redemption Cemetery #1 Curse of the Raven- You go back to an event each chapter is a new person to save, where someone ends up a plot in a cemetery and your job is to change the circumstances so they will all live instead. 5. Time Mysteries: Inheritance (time travel games are fun) and that's probably why I loved Labyrinths Changing the Past so much. Most of those games I just listed are older than 2014, so if only they were revamped or had similar storylines.... Those are games I'd love to see have a fresh spin on with the task maps, etc. I hope it helps!
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Based on Demo Only The best feature of this game are the beautfiful, colorful, clear graphics and why I'm giving it two stars instead of one. Kudos to Domini. Your role in the game is as the same Seeker you were in the previous Labyrinths game. Your mission is to defeat the warriers of the same bad guy from the previous game -- the "god" Sanderion. The "Sand" warriors (cough-cough) have kidnapped your sister and are intent on draining all the energy from planet Earth. It's not all hideous monsters, though. There's a cute talking pony who looks suspiciously like a certain famous toy. She will take you where you want to go and most likely become your animal helper. But first you have to find a seed and grow a "translation flower" which you then plug into Miss Pony's chest so the two of you can communicate. By the way, those energy-sucking guys? Their "god" looks suspiciously like another famous series of toys. If you don't instantly recognize them in him, you haven't been paying attention. Apparently the devs wanted a game that would appeal to all ages. In sum, there just isn't anything new or original here, just a whole lot of the same as before.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Major Deja Vu Coming At You Once again, just like the last Labyrinths game, an evil "god," Sanderion, comes with his warriors to destroy our world. This time the bad guy has "Sand" warriors. This time the bad guy builds a crystal charger to drain all the energy out of Earth and her citizens. Somewhere in this adventure we are to initiate sister Margaret into the Order of Seekers that we joined in the last game. Once again we are saving sister Margaret, who should be kept under lock and key, apparently. Once again we are traveling thru portals to another planet to get help/ weapons to fight the bad guys. Once again we are running back and forth to little purpose, doing pretty much the same things we've done in all those other games. We find a shovel - TWICE - along with the usual oil can that will instantly dispel massive rust, a dog tag to use as a screw driver, and a horse that sounds like a shrill pre-adolescent girl. Once again the artwork blurs out at odd moments and is highly over colored. Once again many of our actions are questionable at best and sometimes destructive. We see our friend, Davona, again - from the last Labyrinths game - and proceed to trash her personal quarters. Good thing we like her! Once again we have a series that has taken a 180 degree turn from its initial premise and wandered off into strange territory. If the Devs wanted to start a new series about the Seekers, it would have made greater sense to come up with a new name and proceeded from there rather than to sabotage an established series. As this game stands, I'm just tired of doing it all again. Please try the Demo and make your own decision.
Date published: 2017-05-29
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