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EleFun Games brings you the next thrilling installment of The Forgotten Fairy Tales series!

When the Shadows of Oblivion begin to unravel the very fabric of the universe, it's up to you as the Guardian to find the mastermind behind the destruction! Travel to a world beyond our own to help the Queen of Creation restore the canvases of time. It's a race across time and space as you’re forced to search an alternate future fraught with foes. Can you save the crumbling universe and restore your reality? Find out in this heartfelt hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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The Forgotten Fairy Tales: Canvases of Time is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ignore negatives! Love this. Engaging, challenging, great story line, characters, scenery etc... Give it a try!!
Date published: 2018-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE LOVE LOVE: Going to purchase today! YES!!! This is exciting and fun! The story is so amazing and keeps me going.... I want more after playing the entire demo...Love this one!
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Game To Enjoy I think this is a good game a relaxing game to enjoy and play the picture in this game was very clear it was good there was no problems with the voices or color in this game which is good I must say, I did enjoy playing the hidden objects games i'm a hidden object game player thumbs up on that, the puzzles was not as hard as I thought it would be and yes I don't care for puzzles to much but I must say I did enjoy playing the puzzles in this game, this game isn't bad as a lot of the other games we been getting, thumbs up on this game and yes I did buy it I myself didn't see anything wrong with this game as the saying goes to each his own. Happy Gaming To One And All
Date published: 2018-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Price, great quality I agree this was an great game and I own hundreds. The hidden object and puzzles were different from the norm and the story had me interested from the start. Excellent game.
Date published: 2018-03-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good game--bad reviews not deserved I've played bad games before, and this isn't one of them. It's actually a good game, decent length, and mostly easy puzzles and HOPs. The setting is a bit dystopian, with science fiction-like creatures with big floppy ears, and a blind Athena-like queen. Expert mode disables Hint & Skip, but has helpful messages, which is plenty of guidance for experienced fishies. Most actions to take are intuitive and obvious. I did not find the story disjointed. It's actually pretty creative, but some of the explanations about the story framework are superfluous and does not add to the action or suspense. This is a highly playable game, and enjoyable.
Date published: 2018-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't understand the low reviews, I'm really enjoying this game! I'm not sure why this game is getting so many low reviews. I'm having a great time playing the game! The scenery and graphics are wonderful, the music is beautiful, it's not an overly purplish, pinkish fantasy game and it's not an ugly broken down bug infested scary game it's just a lovely save the world, relatively easy breezy fantasy type game. No overt violence, no cutesy helpers just a bracelet you use from time to time. You do interact with characters in the game which for me is a big fat plus!! Because of the interaction with characters, there is a lot of dialogue which you can easily and quickly skip so I don't see how that's a problem. The mini-games were fun, not too hard and not too easy, just fun and relaxing. The Hidden object scenes were very fun and interactive. I find nothing to fault with this game. I truly am amazed that more people are not enjoying the game as much as I am, considering the utter junk we've been privy to lately! I play to have fun and relax and this game with its lovely music and cohesive storyline and fun games help me do just that! Yes, I highly recommend this game!!
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A LITTLE SLOW MOVING AT TIMES BUT AT LEAST THE STORY IS GOOD I don't think this game is all that bad, it does tend to drag at times, but at least the story is somewhat creative. The only feature I hate, is a feature that all EleFun Games has, the "loading" page that pops up every time you enter a new scene. I know they are large games, but why they haven't figured out a way to avoid this huge annoyance, is beyond me! In case you're interested, here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: The Queen of Creation creates the history of the Universe on her Canvases of Eternity, but what if somebody were to steal one of the Canvases? Would you still exist? Would the World still exist? Would a new reality be created to take its place, or would there just be emptiness? These are scenarios Alice Carpenter does not want to see happen in her lifetime, but time is of the essence, or there may be no worlds left for a Guardian to protect! There is a gadget, which can be either good news or bad news, depending on your preference. (only used 7 times) Alice is equipped with the Guardian's Bracelet, which is a magic bracelet that possesses powers of 3 elements. The Red Gem invokes a Fireball, the Blue Gem creates a Frost Sphere, and the Green Gem allows you to move heavy objects. In the Collector's Edition version, there are hidden Feathers to find, Mythological Creatures which increase your rank, and Crystals to collect that allow you to access the Spectra History Room, to learn the secrets of the Spectra World by unlocking parts of the story with the discovered Crystals. This is an okay feature, but I'd prefer the Morphing Puzzle pieces, that EleFun Games used to include within all their CE games. The Hidden Object Scenes include those famous EleFun scenes where you find a handful of fragments located around the entire scene. There are also Interactive List Finds, Multiple Finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, and several HOP's where you find Keywords in Sentence finds. They do offer an alternate Triangular shaped Puzzle game, if you're not into the HOP's. The Mini Games tend to be on the easy breezy side, and most of them can be considered HOP's as well. In my opinion, they don't present any challenge whatsoever. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Find multiple symbols shown, hidden on pages in a book. 2) Find matching pairs of feathers. 3) Drag fragments to recreate the images. 4) Find matching pairs of related objects on canvases. 5) Use arrows to switch scenes, finding and replacing items. 6) Change your clothes to match the outfit on the poster. The Collector's Edition version has 9 Wallpapers, 11 Concept Art pictures, 3 Screensavers, 35 Music Soundtracks (really, why?) 19 Achievements to Earn, 16 Bestiary Mythological Creatures to help you rank up, 6 hidden Feather's, 20 hidden Crystals that allow you to learn secrets of the Spectra World, 5 Main Chapters + Bonus Chapter, and a built in Strategy Guide. THE FORGOTTEN FAIRY TALES GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Release Date***Average Rating 1-The Spectra World (May 20-2017) 3.3 2-Canvases of Time (February 17-2018) 2.6 by: EleFun Games ELEFUN GAMES AVAILABLE: The Forgotten Fairytales, Agency 33, Witches' Legacy, Fear For Sale, Mayan Prophecies, Cake Shop, Story of Fairy Place, Puzzle Mania
Date published: 2018-03-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Bad Dream of Shadows and Neon Signs Nobody wants to vanish into bottomless oblivion, least of all a folklore professor - thus Alice quickly parries with her Guardian's Bracelet, the magical gadget which holds the Shadows of Oblivion at bay. Yet. Although we see some unnecessary videos, e.g. Alice who steps into the portal, and in spite of much dialogue with repeated information, we generally may rejoice: the colours are back! also the squeaky voices and other little jokes. For example, we can win a witches' beauty contest with the most abominable pic. Hidden objects, too, are colourful and inventive as they used to be in good times - well, some of them. Many feature the storybook style and resemble more a mini game to put misplaced objects back. There is as always much background information to gain from notes (and voices) in HOPs. The story is an amusing, slightly muddled hotchpotch with figures from various tales; we meet a snobbish Yoda, a centaur, golems, fairies, of course a dragon and, most important, one of the Parcae, Norns or Sisters of Fate. Usually they appear threesome, but here we have one single Queen of Creation who weaves the canvases of time and history ... and she is blind. Oddly, she seems to partake in the same Mannequin Challenge as Queen Bella and doesn't alter the stiff pose of her outstreched arm once. The baddie Solas - fortunately for once not a muscleman with rams horns - looks like the shady manager of a slot machine hall with a secretive side business in drugs and women. “A solas” means all alone in Spanish – but Solas is not alone, he is possessed by his evil ancestor who can ignite little fires in his eye sockets. Solas has to use a lot of perfume to cover the ancestor's bad smell :D But the new order or “New Reality” he intends to create is quite an exciting sight: a snowy, gothic city with cool, bluish and greenish neon signs everywhere. Don't forget to click on them! This could have been a good game. The graphics convey darkness without being dark and depressing. It's humorous and quite fun to play, albeit the puzzles being too easy. But alas, the music ;_; I wrote at length in the CE critique why it is not a good idea to pour background sound over every scene, especially not the music of my favourite composer. I hope Alice will be able to exorcise this Tyrant of Bad Taste who seemingly now possesses Elefun. For now I deducted one star for the constant acoustic irradiation and another one for the unnecessary shooting of a living crow. Also annoying is the fact that we still cannot read the credits due a lacking stop button. Elefun obviously thinks that's not important. But I want to know who played the dwarf! It's my right as customer to be able to read the credits. Oh dear - they're additionally possessed by the Ifrit of Idle Indifference! Elefun must be quite a romping ground for spirits of all kind ...
Date published: 2018-03-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not So Good, Not So Bad, Just So-So Based on the Demo. In the very beginning of the game, there was a lot of hoopla and excitement but it died down quickly because the characters were not developed at all and it was very hard to have any sympathy or compassion for them. I found all of them to be lackluster and one dimensional. The game itself was choppy and discombobulated. The mini-puzzles were very simplistic and the hidden objects games, if you could call them that, were just too too simple. This one is a " no - buy" for me. I'm going to demo the Collector's version to see if that is any better.
Date published: 2018-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poorly Put Together Game I really wanted to like this game and thought that I would based on some of the reviews, but, it is very slow moving and between each scene it says "loading" which is really aggravating and takes away from the play of the game. I rated it 2 stars because I do believe the devs had a good idea for the story line but they did not follow through with the story. I was looking for an easy game to relax with ... not to fall asleep with. That said, try the demo as it just might be the game for you.
Date published: 2018-03-21
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