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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest installment in the Saga of the Nine Worlds series.

The Wild Hunt has begun and you may be its next prey! As powerful spirits threaten to destroy the world, you and your companions must learn the secrets of the Wild Hunt to save the world from utter destruction. Can you uncover the truth about the power behind the hunt, or will you fall victim to its ghostly pursuers? It’s time to journey through the Nine Realms in this stunning hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Climb aboard Naglfar, the Ship of the Dead, in the bonus game!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, concept art, music and more!
  • Tons of souvenirs and collectibles to find!
  • Earn achievements and replay HOPs and puzzles.
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1082 MB

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Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt Collector's Edition is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The hunter will prevail This is one of those games that started slow for me and I thought "Darn, another one of those back and forth, get nowhere games" but I was surprised. Yes, it did start a little slow but then everything fell into place and the story line emerged and I started to really get into it. The graphics are well detailed but tend toward the washed out side but well drawn. The characters were obviously thought out as to the role they play, how they should look in that role and how they should talk. The mini games are fun and, due to time constraints, only had to skip one. The only part I didn't like were the hidden object where you have to find the highlighted word in the story the character is telling. I dislike those with a passion. Other than that this is a fun game and it will be added to my collection. I wanted to give this 4 stars but I think the hidden object games mentioned earlier kept it to 3. If BFG had half stars then this would be a 3 1/2 star game. I highly recommend this one although I think the 5 star ratings are a little too high. Either way, play the demo. I think you'll like this one.
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very blurry graphics! Hello friends! As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others. Graphics in this addition are very blurry, making it very tiring on the eyes. This will not be my usual review, as I could not finish the demo, due to the blurry graphics. This seldom happens, but it was hard on my eyes. Colors aren't bad, but not bright. Voices are fairly well done and seem to be age and character appropriate. Music is okay. Sound FX are not a lot, but what we had was not too bad, except for the "Viking" yell we get whenever we find an object. That was a bit much. Game play seemed to be quite good. HOPs were nothing new or challenging. Puzzles were quite simple and took no time or thought to complete. The map is very bland, but does show you where there is something of interest to do. Hint system is helpful, but I do not know if it transports to longer locations Collectibles are not many. We have an object that couldn't identify because of the graphics, but it looks like a document holder of some sort. We also have morphing objects. Neither is hard to find. This story picks up where the last in the this series left off, with a brief overview to bring you up to speed on what is happening and why. This is a plus. The story isn't anything new or challenging, from what I played. Unfortunately, I just could not continue to the end of the demo, so no buy for me. I don't often not find something good about a game, in order to recommend it to others, even if I don't care for it, but this is one of them I do not recomment. I'm sure there will be those who don't mind the graphics, but... As always, give it a try and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find this one to be what you are looking for. Thanks for the reviews. Play on!
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A SMORGASBOARD OF MYTHOLOGY! OVERVIEW/BACKGROUND: Get out your Gjallarhorn! The Nine Worlds have been restored and are now in balance. However, your festive mood will be short-lived. A new demonic force is threatening the kingdom - the Wild Hunt. Years ago, with the sound of his horn, the god Ull summoned this army of the dead to vanquish the Vanir, gods of the Vanaheim. The power of this ghostly army was so immense, the gods decided it should be permanently disbanded. The horn used to summon them was broken into three pieces, scattered throughout the world so this army could never be resurrected. Now, an evildoer is attempting to resurrect this army. Discover his identity and locate the pieces of this horn before he finds them. You must stop this evildoer from resurrecting the power of this ghostly army or the nine worlds will be destroyed. This time, not even Odin will help you. OPINION: This is a game which should appeal to who enjoy this series. It should also appeal to adventure game lovers or those who like Nordic mythology. Being of Nordic heritage, I truly wanted to enjoy this game and this series. However, like Odin, I am not helping this Asgardian crew either. I did not purchase this game because I found it boring! The graphics are incredibly beautiful. The HOP scenes and puzzles are thematic and creatively designed. Nevertheless, I found the game snail-paced and I could not wait until the demo ended. There are three factors which I feel slow down the game - there is too much back-and-forth activity to collect supplies; there is too much conversation between the characters; and finally, there is all that Nordic mythology. “SMORGAS -BORED OF MYTHOLOGY!” There is a point, for me, where this series crosses into the “Valley of Overkill,” a place beyond the mists of history where you will not battle a boar or any other creature, but rather, engage in a battle to learn more about Nordic history than you may care to know. As with the previous games, I found it boring to read the massive amount of Nordic mythology within this game. In my opinion, EIPIX would do better to provide more movement in the games in this series and provide less history of this culture. There are way too many characters and stories for me to monitor in this series. MECHANICS: As usual, EIPIX provides four levels of play including the customization of the game. You collect thirty-seven (37) Viking signs and fourteen (14) morphing objects within the HOP scenes. You can replay twenty-nine (29) mini-games and fourteen (14) HOP scenes. There are thirteen (13) achievements, some with three (3) parts. There are the usual artwork and musical selections. There is also a souvenir room as well. HOP SCENES: On a positive note, EIPIX has provided some innovative scenes. The ones I played in the demo are excellent. Since there are only four (4) in the demo, it is difficult to assess if the others in the main game will be of the same caliber as those in the demo. The ones I played are thematic and truly reflect the Nordic culture. Most of the scenes in the demo are silhouette. However, there is a storybook scene in which you locate items listed in bold letters. In one scene you must locate runes in three (3) different scenes. I found that scene rather unique. PUZZLES: Again, the puzzles are creatively designed. The instructions for them are well-defined. In the demo, there is a nice mixture of easy puzzles with those which are a little more challenging. They are thematic as well. There are some physical puzzles; however, I was not as impressed with the two I played. I disliked the puzzle in which you must choose the sequence of moves to battle a bear. I found it confusing and illogical. However, the other puzzles I played, listed below, are excellent. SPOILERS: Here are the puzzles from the demo of the game: A. Connection puzzle. Connect two (2) or more buttons using a knife to remove them from a board. There must not be any remaining tokens left on the board. 2X B. Matching puzzle. Use a monocular to search for rocks which match ones given. You must adjust the lens so that you can see the rune engraved upon the rock. When located, this rune appears on a sheet of paper. The scene involves moving the monocular back-and-forth and up-and-down to locate the rocks. C. Bulls-eye puzzle. Knock down four bags. Move cross-hairs to line up with each bag. Then move a slider up-and-down to provide strength to an arrow to knock down each bag. D. Sequence puzzle. Attack and defeat a bear by providing the correct sequence using three defensive moves necessary to defeat him. E. Matching puzzle. Match up two tokens with runes upon them until none of the tokens remain. F. Assembly puzzle. Create a figurine by matching a given diagram. Choose the correct pieces between four (4) choices. Do this for the three sections of the figurine. G. Moving links puzzle. Move links of a bracelet around a given track until all the beads are in position as per a given diagram. H. Assembly puzzle. Click on two stones with symbols from a group of them, which, when combined, match up with four runes. 2X
Date published: 2018-05-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Horse(s) Before the Cart Tyra the Huntress takes the lead in the beginning of this third entry in the Saga of the Nine Worlds series. Along with the Seer, the Skald, and the Shield Maiden, she battled her way through the previous adventures. This time the Wild Hunt, a host of the dead that had been formed in the past to help Odin fight an enemy, is under an evil influence and has already killed a Valkyrie. They will wreak havoc on the Nine Worlds if the Heroes cannot stop them. The first step on the adventure is to get as much information as possible. Tyra believes that someone in her native village can provide the intelligence they need to fight this new enemy. She sets out alone on the journey, after consulting with the Seer. She will learn that an ancient artifact, long broken in pieces, will give power over the Wild Hunt to the possessor. Good stuff: There are puzzles, HOPs, and a story mostly told thru the HOPs. The VOs and artwork are appropriate. Bad stuff: The Wild Hunt is already running amuck under the orders of an evil leader, so you have to question the entire premise of the game. Why does anyone need the pieces of the artifact, if the Wild Hunt is already being controlled by evil? And I wish someone would explain the logic of having a close-up in the upper corner of the character that is speaking if neither the close-up nor the figure in the scene is moving its lips? I usually like the story HOPs, but after the third or fourth one in the demo, I was over it. Everyone is different and you need to give the Demo a try to see if you want to battle the Wild Hunt with Tyra and the other Heroes.
Date published: 2018-05-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bummer Boring...Not worth the money...
Date published: 2018-07-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Trial: Call this a Mini Game! Boring! Disappointment! Lots of back and forth tasks. I purchase a game for a story that moves forward without using Mini Games to waste time and to fill in what can’t be achieved by an intelligent script and intriguing story line. I was bored within the first 10 minutes by the long commentaries and the abundance of Mini Games, but I finished it hoping it would improve. It failed. Huge disappointment! I will not purchase this game. One after another Mini Game interrupted the flow and made the game boring: Several repeat Mini Games-once finished with round one up popped a second and sometimes a third. Shoot sandbags needs eye/hand coordination. Use 3 skills to fight off a bear, I skipped. Prepare a healing bracelet, after collecting all tokens shuffle and drag 3 sets to outer tracks. To cross a bridge, you must combine 2 symbols to create 1 complete symbol with a storybook background commentary between 2 rounds. Once inside the door, you face another 3 rounds of matching symbols. I probably missed listing some, but at this point, enough was enough. Graphics 3: Varied. Not up to quality of many other games. Good to better in some scenes. Some scenes were less detailed than others and a bit foggy Music/Sound 2: Turned down music because of repetitive drums Characters 4: Well designed, attire fit the story, but not much variety, lots of Viking gear. Spend less time on gear and more on writing a decent story line that moves forward instead of back and forth Voice overs 3: Okay. Some sounded the same Hint 4: Couldn’t adjust game to custom to shorten it, but pretty fast return Hidden Object Games 2: Few and far between of what I consider a Hidden Object Game, find items, etc., the ONE was nicely crafted. The other...I really don’t consider picture book backstory a real Hidden Object Game, more a filler to waste time for lazy developers. The one in the Elder’s cave was poorly crafted, annoying, hard to see some objects, while others objects were difficult to find. HO fans will not enjoy this game Mini Games 2: Couldn’t adjust to custom to shorten, but short time to skip. They should make a new category called MINI GAMES instead of calling some a Hidden Object Game. Abundance of Mini Games, almost the entire trial was filled with so many of them that it spoiled what might have been a fair, but nothing new story. To be fair, the Mini games were nicely crafted, but used too often as a time filler.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I won't be buying this one There is so much wrong with this game. The first 4 reviewers are being untruthful. This game has substandard graphics lacking in detail. The story line is nothing to get excited about. It has been done dozens of times before. Don't waste your money on the standard edition and obviously not the collectors. No matter how much we complain, Eipix still continues to churn out games with horrible graphics. What is going on???
Date published: 2018-05-21
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