Chronicles of Magic: Divided Kingdoms

Chronicles of Magic: Divided Kingdoms

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The peace in the White Kingdom is marred by the appearance of the mysterious Black Knight. His identity and intentions are unknown, but when he kidnaps your only son Nevin, you follow him in pursuit. As Gillian, explore two worlds and use the Magic Scrolls to discover the truth about a forgotten royal lineage.

Long ago, the twin kingdoms destroyed each other in war. The White Kingdom was rebuilt with magic, but the Black Kingdom is still cursed - dark clouds envelop the sky, and dangerous vines destroy fields and houses. The noble Queen Mariette in the White Castle looks after her own subjects, but also supports the suffering inhabitants of the dark land. During your dangerous journey you will meet the inhabitants of both the White and Black Kingdoms. It won't be immediately clear who is truly trustworthy. The boundaries between good and evil, magic and technology, and black and white will begin to blur, and the fate of the two kingdoms - and your son's life - will be in your hands. Will you work with the most unexpected allies? Will you stop the evil and solve the mystery of the royal blood?

  • Visit 30 enchanted locations
  • Discover the spells hidden in Magic Scrolls
  • Solve 33 Minigames and magical sequences
  • Collect 46 Chess Figures and Crow Statues
  • Play 17 marvelous Hidden Object Puzzles

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1468 MB

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Chronicles of Magic: Divided Kingdoms is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What a surprise for an SE game! What was really annoying--let's get that out of the way early--was seeing all the collectibles, but since I was playing the SE version there was no way I could collect them! The game is a lot of fun, and good HOGs. It was a good length, and since there was no Bonus game, that was surprising! The issue of it not being a CE though, meant there was no way to "cheat" by looking at the Strategy Guide. Couldn't find a walkthrough when I hit a wall, but there was a video showing how to play the game. Really liked the recipes, trying to figure out what was needed ingredients-wise, and knowing when to use the scrolls. A lot of fun! Thanks! Next time I'll look for and try the CE version!
Date published: 2018-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An excellent old style adventure game! One reviewer said this was a "game for kids" Since I never grew up it suits me fine! A Very Long game, with plenty of puzzles and HOS. There were no gimmicks, but the game itself was challenge enough, figuring out where I ought to go, and what to do. The scroll spells were a bit boring after the first two (I think there were about 1/2 dozen) The story line was sometimes vague, and I couldn't figure out why I was doing something. So that those things took off a star. BUT if it *was* an old game Artifax Mundi Games drew from the old files, it well deserves release:)
Date published: 2018-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice game, worth a try This is a nice game and definitely worth a look. Granted, it does not have a lot of special effects and pizazz, but the story is good. Puzzles are not hard. HOPs are standard. Expert mode allows Hint, skip & helpful messages, but 90% of actions to progress are easy to intuit, making for excellent sleuthing experience. There are magical scrolls (bottom right) that need to be used in some scenes, and a third of the quest is finding ingredients for the magic scroll. The only thing that could have been better is the artwork, which is OK, but not spectacular. The devs are on the right track for creating great HO games, with a lit bit of improvement in artwork and special effects category.
Date published: 2018-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute Game - Fun To Play I am not certain when this game first came out. But I do remember playing the demo before. This time when I finished the demo I still had 33 minutes left leading me to believe this is an older game when the demo was 1 hour. That said I do like the game. It is fun but not real challenging. I did not care much for the graphics. A lot of it is cartoonish. I liked the story line and the mini-games. All in all it is a good way to pass a few hours. I will purchase it with a coupon. Try the demo and see what you think. You may be surprised by this cute game.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Could it be magic? A collector's edition without the price, this is a great little adventure for those of us who love a bit of magic and colour in our games. I unashamedly love this sort of thing, and make no apologies. Suitable for all ages, you jump from stunning scene to scene while you try and find your kidnapped son. I know, it has all be done before but give this game a try for a bit of enjoyable escapism! With the same visual quality of Persian NIghts: Sands of Wonder, this is a standard game with extras. The fact that my download did not include these is an ongoing irritation, which is why I have not given this game a 5.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 5-star game for kids, but too easy for adults. This is an adorable game for kids, but it's much too easy for adults. The HO scenes are interactive lists, and the mini-games seem to be geared toward children, given that the repeating puzzle to activate the magic scrolls is a simple connect-the-dots. The production is quite Disneyesque. While the graphics aren't photorealistic, scenery, characters, and objects are well-drawn and recognizable. Voiceovers are excellent, except the child, who was clearly voiced by an adult. The music is perfect for a light fantasy like this. The storyline is a classic good versus evil fairy tale. I recommend this game for kids, beginners to the genre, and those looking for a lighthearted, relaxing game.
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not too bad but not a buy for me I finished the demo and it is a familiar game with same old same old story line, HO, mini-games, nothing new or unique. I have a free game credit to use and thought this might be a good game to use it with but alas no. The colors and graphics are good The music is repetitive and the voice overs were just terrible. I finally muted the sound to not have to listen to the dialogue. I cannot recommend this game, but try it for yourself.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from somewhat disappointing I actually don't mind the game - graphics and sound are quite good, it has a jump map (which I always find quite helpful). Major disappointment, though, it calls for collectible ravens and chess pieces - however, these did not download with the game. oh well, I will still enjoy the game anyway.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from SHOCK AND AWE BUT NOT IN A GOOD WAY! Normally, I'm a huge fan of AM produced games but several shock and awe moments later has me re-thinking my opinion. For starters, this 90-minute demo only took 45 minutes to complete leading me to believe it's a short game. I'm actually okay with this because it's a Standard Edition and could still merit a PCC at the very least, but still... Moving on to the graphics, or lack thereof. The characters are fairly well drawn, the close-ups of the horse were excellent, the rest of the graphics are dull, hazy, colorless and at times cartoonish looking with no detail whatsoever, but the weirdest part was that some scenes had a mixture of both really good graphics and horrible graphics, but still... The characters voiceovers were decent for the adults, but the child's voiceover was obviously that of an adult trying to sound like a child, and it was annoying, grating and painful to listen to. The music would play through the track and abruptly stop leaving nothing but awkward silence until the next track picked up. The Mini-Games are all basically the same repetitious scenario over and over because you use Magic Scroll Gadgets for just about everything you do, and every scroll you use requires a simplistic "connect the dots" mini-game. When I say connect the dots, I mean 3-6 dots, I suppose if you don't know Roman Numerals this could be considered challenging? When I say you use scrolls for just about everything you do, I mean a Water Scroll, a Strength Scroll, a Fire Scroll, a Lightning Scroll, a Spark Scroll and a Pulling Scroll, and that's just in the 45-minute demo! The Hidden Object Scenes are all Interactive List finds and not in the least bit exciting. There are also a few other simplistic HO's variations such as finding 12 gears or clicking on two items per book page that are shown as a sketch, but each page only has 3 or 4 items pictured, how can you NOT find them? Lastly, the storyline. You've played it before a million times, if you play this game, it will make it a million and one. Two kingdoms, one called the White Kingdom, the other the Black Kingdom. Mom chases the bad guy through hills and dales to find her son. Mom does a million favors, whips up brews, sews clothing, solves puzzles and still is only steps away from the bad guy who is walking at a leisurely pace! If this had been a Collector's Edition, I would have given it 1 or 2 stars, but it's not, and although it's not a fantastic game, it's still probably worthy of a PCC or sale price.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Where Are We and Why? OR Maybe Why Are We Here Again? Your son, Nevin is kidnapped by the Black Knight. You must save him by traveling to the rival Black kingdom, overrun by wicked looking vines and darkness. You have only scroll magic from the White Kingdom and aid from a smuggler to help you rescue Nevin. Good Stuff: You won't spend an excessive amount of time on the Demo - I was done in less than half the allotted time. Bad stuff: There is a distressingly simple connect-the-dots puzzle each time you use a magic scroll. The art work varies wildly, with the horses expertly drawn and the rest of each scene cartoonish or just rough. The story is trite and confused. The English translation on screen is lacking a good editor. Gameplay is average at best. There are no collectibles. Bottom line: This SE is a confused retread of an overused plot with little to recommend it . Please play the Demo. You will quickly appreciate its brevity!
Date published: 2018-07-19
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