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Domini Games brings you a new sensational series in Spirit Chronicles: Born in Flames!

As a tamer of magical creatures, you work with your grandmother to maintain balance in your forest home. But your world is turned upside down when Nega, the Spirit of Ice and Cold, threatens to plunge your world into a deadly freeze! Your only hope is to find the long-lost Spirit of Flame who abandoned the people of your world long ago. Do you have the skills to take up your grandmother’s mantel, work with new creatures, and save the world before it’s too late? Find out in this breathtaking Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version.

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Save the Spirit of Fire in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games and earn achievements!
  • Collect spell books, spirit amulets, and energy spheres to fill your barn with magical creatures!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, music, videos, and concept art!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.15
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1284 MB

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Spirits Chronicles: Born in Flames Collector's Edition is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased game I really enjoyed this game. Some of the game challenges were a bit confusing for me which means now I get to go through the game again. You have collectables, I missed one so again I get to play again. This is a nice game, nice graphics, pretty colors and a variety of hops, puzzles, challenges. I do recommend this game. It is about time BF put out a game worth purchasing! I have purchased games by this developer before, glad to see them again. Keep them coming please.
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A GAME TO WARM UP AN ICY, COLD WINTER NIGHT REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 48 pages (My Time: 7 Hours) Brave the ice and snow as you travel to the kingdom of Wintersea which has been ravaged by the angry Spirit of Ice and Cold, Nega. Nega is out for revenge and her cold rage has driven out Arkanius, the Spirit of Fire who has provided warmth for the kingdom. You, as a novice healer, must stop this avenging spirit. I was ecstatic to see another game by this developer. Domini Games is my favorite developer and, despite the one error in the strategy guide, they have provided another fantastic game. This is a very long game; however, the time went by quickly playing it, and feel it has a good pace. The game follows the same pattern as Domini’s other games. There are three (3) collectibles, some type of gimmick used within the game, and two levels of difficulty for the mini-games which can be set within the menu of the game. I enjoyed the game and am always amazed at the creative genius of this developer. This developer always provides more game for the money and this game is no exception. The gimmick is a bestiary which is used to tame monsters and return them to normal animals. There is a puzzle which is played before the bestiary can be used to return the monster to its normal animal self. The bestiary is used six (6) times within the game. The collectibles are morphing spirit amulets and spellbooks. I found the amulets difficult to locate; however, I found the spellbooks easy to find. There are spheres to collect (within the closeup scenes) which can be exchanged to fill a barn with magical animals. ***OH NO! NOT AGAIN! WHERE ARE THE SCREENSHOTS LABELED “F”? There is only one minor error in this game. The four screenshots for the collectibles labeled “F” are missing. I was able to locate them, however, but I do like to check those screenshots to be assured I am not missing any collectibles. I wish BFG would proof these games before they are released. This is the second week that a game with errors was released. BONUS GAME: It is a sequel, one month after the end of the main game. The spirit world is in chaos again, as a human, Milena tries to steal the power from the Spirit of Fire, Arkanius. You will again battle another misguided spirit out for revenge. I found this a wonderful addition to the main game. There are five (5) HOP scenes and nine (9) mini-games! No other developer provides the number of activities this developer provides in their bonus chapters. This is a long chapter and worthy every penny of the additional cost of a collector’s edition game. HOP SCENES: What fantastic HOP scenes! I used to look forward to this developer’s puzzles; however, nowadays, I also look forward to their HOP scenes. They are exquisite and many of them are puzzle-like themselves. Domini provides a variety of different styles of scenes, many with two or three scenes in which to locate items. There are eighteen (18) HOP scenes and all of them can be replayed upon completion of the game. They include the usual standard lists of items and silhouette scenes. However, there are also rebus clues (my favorite), item replacement scenes, matching, and those with highlighted items in a story format. As in their other games, a Match-3 game can be played instead of the scenes. MINI-GAMES: There are thirty-four (34) puzzles, eighteen (18) of which can be replayed upon completion of the game. Our “puzzlemeister” has provided another game with outstanding, thematic puzzles. I just love the puzzles within Domini’s games. Most of them are offered in both an easy and hard version. I especially loved the variation of the “Queens 8” puzzle in the bonus chapter. They have tweeked it somewhat, and although I normally can play this puzzle blindfolded (having played it many times), I found this variation challenging. Again, most of the puzzles can be played in either an easy version or a hard version. Domini is truly the best puzzle designer on this gaming site. Truly exquisite puzzles! SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES FROM THIS GAME: (E = Easy; H = Hard) A. Switch puzzle. Move snowflakes on the right side of the grid and flames on the left along connecting tracks so that their positions are reversed. B. E/H. Bestiary Puzzle - Checkers puzzle. Remove all tokens on a board by jumping over them to remove them. The hard version has more tokens to remove C. E/H. Assembly puzzle. Choose symbols on rocks, which, when combined, will create a given emblem in the center. The easy version has 2 emblems to create; the hard version has 3 to create, with the symbols located by lamplight. D. E/H. Slider puzzle. Slide rows of musical notes up/down and sideways until all the same-colored notes are within the same row. The easy version has 3 rows, while the hard version has 4 E. E/H. Assembly puzzle. Rotate blue marbles with pins emanating from them so that a design is created matching that on a given diagram. The hard version has more marbles to rotate within its design. F. E/H Paint puzzle. Paint 3 parts of a symbols shown in the center of the screen using the 3 primary colors. In the hard version, the 3 primary colors must be combined to create other colors 5X G. E/H Bestiary Puzzle - Connection puzzle. Make all the symbols on a grid the same. There are 5 symbols used, and it must be done within a specific number of turns. The easy version has colored symbols but the hard does not have any color designated on the symbols. The easy version allows 10 moves and only 6 in the hard version. H. E/H. Riddle me this. Answer riddles by clicking on the proper item on a shield. The hard version supposedly has harder questions; however, I found no difference in difficulty. I. E/H. Tangram puzzle. Place kitchen utensils on a grid so all are placed, and none overlap each other. The hard version has more items to place. BONUS CHAPTER: J. E/H. Switch puzzle. Switch wolves on the left with the lambs on the right. As you move them on the paths, the wolves cannot be next to the lambs. The easy version has 3 of each and the hard version has 4 of each. K. E/H. Connection puzzle. Place a pin within holes in a map. The pins must connect with each other without returning to the same hole. The hard version has a more difficult pattern for the pins. L. E/H. Queens 8 puzzle. Place Queens into position on a chess board so no two are in the same row, column nor diagonal. The easy version provides a hint ***I did not deduct a star for this error because it did not interfere with the ability to play the game. It is within the strategy guide and not within the game itself.
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I think I like it! Not played any HOPA's for a while now, as they seem to be less and less interesting. Not enough devs around these days; I can't help wondering where they've all gone. I suspect it's that games for PC's are going the way of the dinosaur, since pretty much everyone has a smartphone glued to their hands nowadays, so games are made for tiny screens. Not for me though; I'll stick to my PC, thanks! I'm not quite sure why I like this game but I do! Whilst the tasks are nothing new, some are done in a novel way and I do like tackling monsters with the help of my bestiary. A mini-game is attached to each battle but they're all different. The HOP scenes are nicely done with variety and creativity; the puzzles are not really anything new but some are done with a twist you might not have seen before. They can be either easy or hard; player's choice. The graphics are crystal clear and the colour palette uses pastel shades. There are perhaps slightly more puzzles than HOP's but it's not overdone one way or the other. By the end of the demo I was really into the game and want to find out what happens after the Ice Spirit......well, I'll leave that for you to find out! My only complaint is that yet again, everyone speaks with an American accent. Domini needs to realise that not everyone who plays/buys games from BFG is from the USA. In this particular setting, the accents sound out of place and not in keeping with the feel of the game. Otherwise, it's a nice game and a buy for me.
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Enjoyed the game play! I highly recommend that this game be played and decide for yourself if it is deserving of a minimum of 4 stars. While I am not fond of game teams driving an agenda none-the-less the game was enjoyable.
Date published: 2022-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from No, not again I've played this game too many times before to enjoy playing it again. Yes, I know it's a new game, but it's an old and tired plot with the SOSO things to do. On top of that, I had to turn off the music because it was beyond irritating. I don't want another "bestiary." I do not recommend this game.
Date published: 2022-02-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from WHY ARE THEY TRYING TO DUPE US INTO THINKING IT'S A NEW SERIES WHEN CLEARLY IT'S JUST ANOTHER SPIRIT LEGENDS? Completed game approximately 5.5 hours 23 Main Game Scene Locations +7 Bonus Chapter Difficulty Range: Beginner...always is "Domini Games brings you a new sensational series"... Scorned Spirits, Eternal Winters, Magical Creatures, Bestiary Books, an old lady mentor, Healer in training...does any of this sound familiar? Does this sound like a brand new "sensational" series game? Do you have Deja Vu like I do? Are we being duped...again? Gadgets/Helper: Domini always includes a Gadget of some sort, and this new series just so happens to have the same exact Bestiary Book feature as Spirit Legends, what a coincidence!??? The Bestiary Book is used 5 times in the Main Chapters only (No Bestiary Book used in the CE Bonus Chapter) When the Bestiary Book starts to shake, rattle, and wiggle-jiggle, that's your cue to don your superhero Cape & Mask and put your Healer Skills to the test! (hmmm, wasn't I a Healer in Spirit Legends too??) This is no time to panic Healer, just grab the book from the left side of the inventory bar and throw it at that hideous beast...okay, I'm exaggerating a bit...it's more like a gentle lob? Before the beastly Beast is destroyed, you'll play a quick mini-game, that varies with each beast, and voila! the dastardly beast turns into a docile pet... awe, that's so adorable that the Beasts love puzzles too :) There are no coincidences here, Domini has been trying to boost their plummeting ratings lately by slapping a shiny new series label on every new release. Clearly, they didn't wake up one morning and announce to their team that they were going to create 9 new game series this month! Anyone who has played Domini Games over the years can surely recognize the familiar themes here and realize that one new series is exactly like the old "Fatal Evidence" series, the next one is exactly like "Dark Romance" or "Enchanted Kingdom"? Every feature, including the theme of "Spirit Chronicles" is 100% the same as the old series "Spirit Legends" it's practically the same title Spirit Chronicles versus Spirit Legends! All Domini is doing is grabbing finished games from series that were tanking, and putting a new title on it because everyone knows that a new series gets more attention (and better ratings) just because it's shiny-brand new! Clearly, they are aware that there is a problem, clearly, they know the ratings are tanking but instead of addressing the root problem, they are choosing to play a Cup & Shell game to trick us. I used to think that they couldn't figure out why their fans were turning against them, but clearly, they just don't care if they are willing to use deceptive practices. They want to make money without putting forth any effort, they have a format and they aren't willing to stray from this format so they continue to copy/paste formats from one game to the next, all of which are geared towards Beginner players even though 90% of their audience has been playing Domini Games for 10 to 20 years! Audio/Visuals: I can never really find fault with the audio or graphics in a Domini game, the graphics are really good but they do tend to be overzealous with the color palette. Lately, this is the only aspect of their games that really shines with superior quality, the stories are unimaginative and the tasks are so repetitive that surely even a beginner would take notice? Domini is also known for adding items that can be interacted with but as you'll soon discover, these interactions become a rarety after the demo portion! Collectibles/Morphing Objects (CE version only) Once again, there are a gazillion Missing Notes to discover which is the most worthless and uninteresting feature of all time. There are 15 Morphing Amulets and 15 Spell Books, and 70 Zoom Zone Energy Sphere Coins used to purchase 15 Barn Animals that are clustered in the center of the page...they couldn't even bother to place them thoughtfully around an actual barn or place them in stalls or paddocks?? There is an optional Collection Icon Tab that can be enabled or disabled in the settings menu which will light up when there is a collectible in the current scene. You can also choose to show/hide the availability of collectibles on the Map. Hidden Object Scenes: There are 12 Hidden Object Scenes +4 in the CE Bonus Chapter. The Hidden Object Scenes range from simplistic Listed Item Finds to variations such as Silhouetted Shape Finds, Symbol Findsm, Multiples of the Same Item, Matching Pairs or Pairs of Related Objects, Keywords in Sentence Finds, or Replacing Items into the Scene, I did enjoy the scene where you had to pick the correct dog after reading a brief description about its habits, appearance, or breed traits. Alternate Match 3 Game: There is an alternate Match 3 Game available if you don't want to play a Hidden Object Scene, which still doesn't allow you to make consecutive matches quickly because you have to wait for all tiles to stop falling before you can make the next match which makes the game super boring. The M3 boards are always square and they never add obstacles or new features to make it progress in difficulty. FYI: one of the achievements requires you to play the alternate Match 3 game in place of the HOS. (just once) Mini-Games: There are 25 Mini-Games +8 in the CE Bonus Chapter. You can choose to play them in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode and you can choose which mode to have them start out in the Custom Setting (you can still switch between modes for each individual game) Here are brief descriptions of the games I found to be more entertaining: 1-Jump pegs until only one peg remains. 2-Select 2 partial symbols to recreate the symbols shown. 3-Click on glass pieces with hinges to align correctly. 4-Rotate gems with pipes to recreate the pattern shown. 5-Place kitchen utensils on a grid without overlapping. Bonus Chapter (CE Version Only) Milena is causing havoc when she tries to steal powers from the Spirit of Fire just one month after the last incident! There are 8 additional Mini-Games and 4 Hidden Object Scenes with 7 additional scene locations..You will continue searching for the final gazillion notes, 3 Morphing Amulets, 3 Spell Books, and 6 Zoom Zone Energy Orb Coins which allows you to purchase the final Barn Animals. Collector's Edition Extra's: (CE version only) 15 Wallpapers, 15 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 27 Movie Video Cutscenes, 35 Achievements, 18 Replayable Mini-Games, 18 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 15 Morphing Amulets, 15 Spell Books, a gazillion Missing Notes, 70 Zoom-Zone Energy Orb Coins, 15 Barn Animals (purchase using coins) 4 Main Chapters, +Bonus Chapter, and a Built-In Strategy Guide. Come take a stroll thru The Woods at my new Forum. thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just Not Feeling The Enthusiasm! Again I fail to see anything special, which should not be the case with a Domini game. After playing the entire demo I came away with the usual disappointing feeling and lack of interest in the slowly unfolding events. I did enjoy the creative HOPs, a good fun variety. Did not see the point of the huge chain and padlock which indicated over-clicking. It was unnecessary. Loved the puzzles, played in Hard Mode but they created no difficulty headaches, did not have to skip any. I tried the M3 but quickly exited because it was too simple and kind of clunky as always. I use to be more into the HOPs in Domini games but lately I'm more drawn to the puzzles, probably because they are more challenging. There were so many tasks to muddle through. Healing, seeking and gathering ingredients, mixing, repairing. It was not my idea of fun, nor did I like engaging the Bestiary gimmick. It had to be used several times in the demo, thus opening a puzzle each time. They weren't difficult, were easily skipped, but annoying nonetheless. I just don't like gimmicks! The collectibles were very small and obscure, mostly hidden in dark areas. The pop-out tabs helped keep track of them. always a welcomed feature. The game moved along without any glitches, music was okay. Graphics were sharp but the blue and snowy scenes didn't appeal to me. The characters were well rendered, I always love the costumes from long ago eras, voices were so-so and not unbearable to listen to, as sometimes happens with bad voice actors. The fiery beast was cartoonish. The Griffins were cool, wish I could saddle up for a ride! I found nothing outstanding about any part of the demo. I no longer regard Domini as one of our finest developers. They slipped a few significant notches, IMO, not using their creative talents as meticulously as they did in the not-so-distant past. They never offer anything new that captures my interest enough or inspires me to make a mad dash to the Buy Button. I use to buy just about everything that had Domini's name attached. I think the CEs are lacking in extra content and we always know to expect the same format with the collectibles in every game. The only time the tasks change is when they include healing, and mixing potions. But I am glad that today's game has nothing to do with the paranormal and demons. I've become tired of it only because it's the basis of just about every story out there. If only the demo would allow us earlier access into the adventure! Dealing with all the mundane dilly-dally begins to smother my enthusiasm and I'm ready to call it quits sooner than later, but I always make a point of completing the demo. For me it's important to experience more of the story and the involvement of the characters when considering a purchase. Spirit Chronicles is a fairly new series and might offer some great stories up the road. Hopefully the games will also include something new with the CE extra content. Try the demo to sample what's ahead. You may enjoy this game much more than I did, I just prefer fewer tasks and puzzles, and more adventure.
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Errors First of all what is with the errors the discription box on the left says this is game 2, so where is the first one. an the part of the guide is missing again.What is happening to Domini ? From now On everyone should try before they by .
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Game had a serious bug for me I played the game and at the point in chapter 4 where u eleminate a ice wall with a flame spirit was bugged.... I would use the flame spell and it would drop me into the puzzle but even after completing it, it would be back out front and the wall was still there, only no flame spell any more.. So I couldn't continue... Went through the entire game TWICE only to be stopped both times by the same bug.
Date published: 2022-02-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Plagiarism! Call the Lawyers! Some fiend has plagiarized the Spirit Legends series and offered it under a slightly new name! How dare they sell us the same game series? Have they no shame? How can we not recognize all the well-worn features of that earlier series like the Healers and the Bestiary? And all that dark artwork of blue and brown? Don't even get me started on the low-level logic that has me opening a reward letter from the ambassador enclosing a reward from the king that contains the key to our bag on our sled as we head home. (I wonder when they stole it from us? And is it a reward if it was ours to begin with?) All jesting aside, this is almost the same game from the same lack-luster group at Domini featuring the same ignorance of their target audience, along with the usual bland accouterments and zero intelligent input. So we have Grandmother and Grandson (Us) on our way home through ice and snow only to find a new problem to tackle for the kingdom when we get there. The kingdom is being plunged into its own ice age by an evil spirit and we will be the saviors, even when we can't keep track of our own baggage key. For goodness’ sake try before you waste your free coupon on this thing.
Date published: 2022-01-31
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