Royal Detective: Legend of the Golem
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Elephant Games is back with a new case that only the Royal Detective can solve!

The peaceful town of Glanville is under attack! Each day, a golem arrives, leaving a trail of destruction and terror in its wake! But each new golem is even stronger than the last, and they're evolving into an unstoppable destructive force. You've been called in to help defeat the mysterious Master and their stone-cold creations. With the help of some friends, follow the clues to discover who the Master is and what they have in store for the town. Find hidden objects and solve puzzles to help you along the way. The townspeople are counting on you. Do you have what it takes to help them before it's too late?

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 745 MB

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Royal Detective: Legend of the Golem is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gargantuan Beasts The annual Crafts Fair in Glanville has a new exhibition, gargantuan sized golems! The first golem to show up was awkward and slow, the second one a little less awkward. Golem number three however was more advanced, and angrier. It all began when Ronald Marlo, known throughout the world for his clay creations, presented his latest masterpiece, a clay Golem. When the Golem opened his eyes, the townspeople became frightened, even though Ronald assured them that the Golem was harmless, the townsfolk destroyed the abomination and turned their anger upon Ronald, in front of his young daughter. This wasn't the end, but rather a new beginning, and now the Golem's have returned, each day a new Golem a little faster a little less clumsy, and a lot angrier. It's time for the Royal Detectives to pull up their sleeves and get to work finding a way to defeat these stone giants! The graphics are really good, and I loved the features available in the Collector's Edition, 14 Collectible morphing Figures and each scene has a Morphing Object to find. The best part is that your cursor doesn't change, and some of the morphs are difficult to find. You are hired by a wooden leprechaun character that also gives you some insight to what is happening in Glanville as well as it's past history. Eventually you are aided by the Dwarven Miner, and you'll follow directions to make your very own baby golem to help you defeat the giant golems that just keep coming! The Hidden Object Scenes are varied and pretty well done. There are smaller zoom zone HOP's, silhouetted shape finds, progressive interactive list finds and even story type HOP's where you find items matching the words in bold print as a story is being told. The Mini Games are quite entertaining, the following are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Connect the dots. 2) Scroll through different parts of cakes to replicate the picture shown. 3) Press a total of 15 buttons connected with a particular item in the square window. 4) De-mine the board, the figurines show how many bombs are around the open cells. 5) Alter the letter using positive words. 6) Interact with the game elements in a super puzzle. 7) Select symbols from each of the two disks so that they combine to create the creature displayed on the amulet in the center. 8) Roll the dice and move the baby Golem figure along the board, completing the tasks from the game cards. (each card is a mini game) 9) Shoot an arrow when in the green zone. The Collector's Edition has 15 Wallpapers, 13 replayable HOP's, 12 replayable Mini Games, 5 Music Soundtracks, 3 Screensavers, 14 Collectible Figurines, 25 Morphing Objects, 12 Concept Art pictures, 19 Achievements, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2016-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute game, great way to pass a few hours. I actually really enjoyed this fun, relatively easy game. The graphics are amazing!. The town itself looks like some of those old European towns with cobblestone roads and cute older buildings. The colors and shades create very welcoming and warm indoor and outdoor locations. Lifelike animations and terrific special effects. Audio wise, the soundtracks are pleasant most of the time, but there are times when they can get overly-dramatic,which I really don't care for. The voice-overs are well done and the voices are appropriate for each character. The puzzles and hidden objects were fun and creatively done. I loved the little pirate helper/fast acting hint skip and the little Golem helper was adorable!! Overall I really did enjoy myself with this game I only wish it was a wee bit longer! It was over before I knew it which is why it's not getting 5 stars. I do highly recommend this game!
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun HO Game I really appreciate an extra level of invention in my HOA's, so this was a win for me. The golem wasn't that story, maybe because the artists made the game more colorful than the usual dark and gloomy jumpscare HOA's. There were two helpers in this game, and although I'm not the mushy type, I loved the cute little golem you have to make. However, the game's pretty short - about 3-4 hours of playtime. Still, it's a fun couple of hours.
Date published: 2016-03-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great way to pass away an afternoon i thought that this was a good game - i actually loved the little helper golem (so cute) - the puzzles were good and so were the hidden objectives (puzzles really arent my thing but i enjoyed these). But as always try before you buy. Enjoy
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Coquettish Golems, Fantastic HOPs and a Hidden Composer It seems that Elephant couldn't decide about our little helper of which they had two different models. So they gave us both. A wooden dwarf is responsible for hints and the background story of Glanville. Secondly, we have a cutesy, little, self baked baby golem with ugly, electric blue war painting all over his body. He sits within the inventory and is used to climb walls, slip into small holes and the like. Except the war paint (like blue sores) he is quite droll, people will like him. The graphics have the blurred effect of pastel crayons, except in close ups. Glanville is bathed in the warm glow of the setting sun - or rising sun? Whatever, there is a cosy golden hue everywhere, purple shadows, the sky is pink and yellow - which is also a bit unsettling whenever it looks like the sky over a conflagration. The golems … oh well. Not very golem-ish imho, at least not their animation. Golems made of clay, whose stiff, stony joints surely gnash and grit; would they move smooth, cat-like? Would they playfully mimic threatening gestures? And then not attack, but run away? Those coquettish golems are of course not in the least frightening, but it seems anyway that the game is aimed at children. Once, we feed a dog with sleeping pills and can read the remark: “No animals were harmed during the making of this game”. Made me smile. Mini games are on the easy side. However I was thrilled about the HOPs. So much fun, such a variety! A HOP which I've never seen before, was played in a whole room: You must alternately find items or put items back, and click each time on a shining icon to trigger the next step. Interesting to play, like kind of a seesaw. Other HOPs are: - find misplaced items within a picture - word lists which unlock compartments with a fragmented item - silhouettes - uncover pairs - find the difference between mirrored sculptures In fact, there is no existing kind of HOP which is not implemented :) The music runs all together not even 5 minutes and consists of five shortest loops. Although it is used sparingly, tedious repetitions in HOPs are unavoidable. Pity, since I found it quite well done … and looked up the composer. Are you up for a surprise? You'll find him under the name DenDerty at Soundcloud: a young, exciting, prolific industrial-hardcore-trash-metal prodigy, merciless genuine, with a refreshing humor on the verge of sarcasm. Although it's not quite my sound, I can recognize good music when I hear it. Listen to “Self-Annihilation” - but careful with the volume, lest he'll blow your brains out :D One would never assume that the same person was responsible for the neat, reputable game tracks. I wish DenDerty had been allowed to contribute more of his experimental sounds. Imagine: to defeat the golems with music! Let them dance themselves to rubble, lol. If you don't know whether to buy SE or CE, read my review of the CE. The main game ends conclusively; it's not necessary to play the bonus chapter. All in all it's a merry, mediocre fantasy game, recommendable as family game, not so much if you search for something outstanding. I've seen better games, but also worse. Its a pleasant, entertaining adventure - although I fear it belongs to those games which you'll soon forget, after having played them. Not much to write home about, except the excellent HOPs. But surely you won't forget DenDerty ;)
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mrs bennett Weak story and did not hold my interest. It could have been better.
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pleasant but.... A pleasant enough storyline and graphics. Most HOS and games were pretty simple, and I had trouble getting a couple of the games to function due to kludgy implementation. I have already deleted this game from my computer, as I have no interest in playing it again (which I ultimately do with most of the Big Fish games I purchase.) Definitely try before you buy. A small irritation for me: Given the title of the game, the voiceovers should have correctly pronounced "golem" (with a long "o"), which I think speaks to the overall quality of the game.
Date published: 2017-03-13
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