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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

Mariaglorum presents the latest thrilling adventure in the League of Light series!

What starts as a routine investigation quickly takes a deadly turn when you’re kidnapped! A strange group has thrown you into a dangerous game to fight for your life. As you’re pitted against other contestants, can you and your trusted scarecrow companion escape the Game in time? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“Loved it, Loved it, Loved it!!! Great gameplay, unusual puzzles and hidden object scenes, compelling storyline and wonderful graphics. It is definitely a contender for game of the year!”  - Melanie, beta tester

“Love the options! Able to choose a voice - great! Three different story lines? Love the variety of puzzles. Great Job!!!!”  - Allan, beta tester


  • Solve the mystery of who’s made an entire town look the same in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Enjoy wallpapers, concept art, and other extras!
  • View your achievements and complete a bonus puzzle!
  • Use the helpful Strategy Guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 837 MB

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League of Light: The Game Collector's Edition is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from League of light, the game I do not know if our reviews are read by or made known to the developers, but I must agree with some of the others in that as much as this game can be enjoyable, it is knocked down by so many dialog voice overs and this is a bit of too much, too much. Just my two cents.
Date published: 2018-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Survival of the strongest - An escape room game Quite popular by now for people to play in groups: you can rent a play area, where you are closed in and have to escape. In the real world you may fail and are let out – not in this game. Here you play for your life. The introduction shows us a round table with hooded figures around it, watching the candidates in their games. Seems always the same task for them: escape or die. As a member of the League of Light you have about to get a new assignment. This time you even may choose one. Of course, you take over the most difficult one and … wake up in a dungeon. With you is the little scarecrow, your helper. Your first steps lead you out of the dungeon but you are still in a hostile world full of traps. Here and there you communicate or better, the masters of the game, communicate with you via a sphere. So you learn, every 50 years they send the strongest and cleverest in the game of survival. And only one can win. You will meet other participants, a man (Mads) and a woman, who calls herself Fox. Fox and you are hit by poisoned arrows and you team up with her to make the next step. Mads plays on his own. What began as a lonely struggle to leave the dungeon, turns out as a game with more players, one of them now in a team with you. The masters cannot like this. Indeed an escape room game with a certain thrill, as you want to overcome all those obstacles and find out, who sent you on this macabre journey. Little scarecrow is back as your helper. He is not optional this time and very present. So many of your tasks are designed around his use. Though the puzzles are varied and most of them easy, many HOS are just lists, some are more creative but nothing new. A pro for the game is the story, as the idea of survival games is refreshing in the course of the series. We have 5 chapters (plus a bonus chapter) of challenging escape through varying rooms with a lot of traps. But looking closer, behind all we have the usual evildoers, some mages, who seek entertainment. So we find ourselves back in well known structures of good and evil and with little scarecrow as a must-have and with that step the game is thrown back to a slightly altered variant of the tales, already told. Fans of this little one will rejoice to accompany him through another adventure, all those, who do not like helpers in games, will see his overall presence as the contra.
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT MY FAVORITE GAME IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE League of Light: The Game is the sixth game in the series. I think that of the previous five games Wicked Harvest was my favorite since the following games simply didn’t have the same appeal for me. I tried several times to play the beta for the current game and the one major thing that put me off is the storyline that is loosely based on the Richard Connell short story - The Most Dangerous Game. In this game we find our detective (us in the game) in a cat and mouse survival story that pits her against other participants in the game in where only the strongest will survive. The one who reaches the end of the game is declared the winner and will be asked to join the Council. Our League detective stumbles into the game seemingly by accident after her carriage is attacked as she is on her way to her next case. Will she survive the twisted intent of the Council and survive? The answer will be found as you play League of Light: The Game. When we set up the game we can choose whether we prefer a male or female character, which is a nice touch. As in previous games we have our pumpkin head scarecrow helper who will assist us in obtaining some needed items. The developer has provided an option that shows where we have collectible items available as well as areas where we have tasks. The think I didn’t care for in the map is that is shows where we have any available task and not only the current task. The game has nothing exceptional or different in the way of HOPS or Puzzles as we have seen them all before. At least during the demo we encounter multiple mini-HOPS where we must find and repair parts of broken items before they can be used. Aside from the mini HOPS there was a variety of style but most seem to be the list type. The puzzles include the typical moving mazes where we must avoid obstacles in order to either gain an object or to reach another location. I personally dislike those puzzles and prefer the mechanical type or those that require me to think. That being said, there still are some good puzzles included in the demo but most are relatively easy. The CE is nothing outstanding aside from owls to find in each scene and handful of collectible figurines. The game has all of the obligatory extras but not much more. Many times I have requested that developers make their full CE content available in the demo of a game. Since this developer only allows us to see that there are two chapters in the game and then skips to show the collectibles, I will not purchase it until I know what the full content might be. The only way I will purchase a “hidden” CE game package is if there is an excellent sale, and I certainly will not pay full price to purchase “a pig in a poke.” IMHO, BFG and developers shoot down their release day sales when they choose not to show the full content of a game. In the end, the CE content wasn’t important to me since I did not care for the storyline. I find any game theme that pits people against one another in order to survive, not one that I enjoy. I much prefer a game where people will openly help each other succeed. Perhaps you will enjoy the demo far more than I did and find the game perfect for you. As for me, the game is really not one that I liked, which is rather disappointing since I do enjoy most games from this developer. As always, please try the demo. Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from IMPRISONED IN A GAME I COULD NOT WAIT TO ESCAPE! OVERVIEW/BACKGROUND: Welcome to the 50th anniversary of “The Game!” Unfortunately, you won’t be the player; instead, you will be a pawn, a puppet manipulated by an unseen group of masked players who will be pulling your strings. You better win this game – the alternative is not a pleasant one. No matter! You will have little time to ponder that outcome as you fight to save your life. Your every move will be monitored as you vie against other victims such as yourself. Each of you were chosen for your skills. No teamwork here! There can be only be one winner! Fame and fortune await the winner! Will it be you – or perhaps, could this game have some twists and turns taking you to another outcome? OPINION: I can describe this game in one word – dreadful! I was excited at the prospect of playing another fantastic escape room game. However, this game cannot compare to one which BFG offered a few weeks ago. Not long after entering this game, I was bombarded by an onslaught of cuteness and whimsy by the “cutesy” helper, destroying the scary, action-packed mood of the game. It seems this developer could not decide if they wanted to create a psychological thriller or a fantasy game. Sorry to be blunt; however, to me, this game is a mess! The graphics are well-designed, and the theme is occult-based. However, there is an overuse of the “all seeing eye,” which is excessively used to the point of being farcical. The pace does lag in some places with an excessive amount of back-and-forth action required. Add the shenanigans of a helper scarecrow, and the pace of the game slows down considerably. This is unfortunate because if this game were better designed, it could have become a scary, creepy masterpiece. I did not purchase this game and could not wait until the demo ended. CHATTY NANCY DREW! One of the features I disliked about the game was the constant narration by the protagonist in this story. The voice of the female character sounds like Lani Manella, the former voice of Nancy Drew. She talks excessively explaining every aspect of the environment within the game and what her future actions will be.in response. THE LESS-THAN-SCARY SCARECROW: Why would a developer put a “cutesy” helper in a psychological thriller? He is out-of-place in this game. Returning is Tom the Scarecrow who has made his appearance all the other games in this series. Unlike the previous games in this series, YOU CANNOT OPT OUT OF HIS SERVICES! He is used excessively (5 times) in the demo. He dances and prances around exuding his “adorable charm,” taking forever to perform his activities. For me, he destroyed the scary ambiance within this game. MECHANICS: The game is scarce on extras. You have no game lieu of the HOP scenes. You cannot replay any HOP scenes nor puzzles. You have the usual four (4) choices of difficulty in playing the game, including customization. You have a choice between playing a male or female character. Collect thirty (30) owls and six (6) figurines of the characters from this game. Most of these are easy to locate. There are nine (9) achievements, six (6) of which have three parts. There are thirteen (13) wallpapers. The usual concept art and music selections are available. You are given a jigsaw puzzle at the beginning of the game in the “extras” section. You do not collect the pieces for this puzzle, so I have no idea why this was included. You can play it in the beginning of the game. HOP SCENES: There are only four scenes in the demo, so it is difficult to assess. However, they are varied and there are lists of items along with cryptic clues (which I loved). The ones I played I felt were creatively designed. PUZZLES: The puzzles are all easy – too easy for this type of game. I wish this developer had provided at least one or two more difficult ones. Perhaps more difficult puzzles appear after the demo; however, I am not purchasing it to find out. However, if you enjoy an easy-breezy game, you will probably like the puzzles. SPOILERS: HERE ARE THE PUZZLES FROM THE DEMO: PUZZLES: (1) Easy 2) Moderate difficulty (3) Difficult A. Sequence puzzle. Push down all tiles until all remain down. B. Logic puzzle. Rotate all-seeing eyes into proper position as per a cryptic code. C. Physical puzzle. Avoid obstacles in your path as you go down a bridge using arrows to move you right or left. D. Obstacle puzzle. Pull up a bucket while clicking on vines to push them out of your way as you move the bucket to the top. E. Moving tiles puzzle. Slide tiles to restore a picture. F. Enter a combination. Look for the combination within the room you are in. G. Matching puzzle. Match up eyes on a grid. Keep matching until none remain
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Really wanted to like this game I really tried to like this game. I do not understand the good reviews. The game was the same old tired theme, Nothing new. I do not often find a game where I do not finish the demo. The story line was so annoying that I couldn't continue.
Date published: 2018-05-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Highly Annoying! If a game doesn't give the option to mute the irritating voice narration separately - forcing one to turn off the sound just to make it through the demo - then the game will never be considered for purchase. Too bad because I really liked the rest of the series.
Date published: 2018-05-10
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