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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.

Domini Games brings you the latest thrilling installment of the Labyrinths of the World series!

When dangerous cataclysmic events across the world coincide with your brother’s disappearance, you’re sent on the Seekers mission of a lifetime! Your investigation quickly turns dire when you find a dangerous criminal trying to destroy the worlds and your brother helping the enemy! Can you save your brother and the worlds in time? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“Wow! I've not been a huge fan of this series, but this latest offering has blow me away. I've never met a villain that I want to catch more than this bad guy! Might have to go back and replay the earlier games while I wait for this to be released. :)”  - beta tester

“What fanciful characters and scenery. I adored the artwork, the jewel tone colors were so enchanting. The voice-overs were spot on. I liked the mini games.This was a delightful game!”  - beta tester

  • A nefarious trickster has busted out of a magical prison. Use your wits and intuition to track him down in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games, and earn achievements!
  • Tons of articles, collectible cards, and tokens to find.
  • Enjoy the exclusive animal zoo, soundtrack, videos, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 1516 MB

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Labyrinths of the World: Lost Island Collector's Edition is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not My Cup of HOG Juice After 2 days of playing, I just reached the end of the bonus chapter in the Collector's Edition of "Lost Island". Rating: 3.0 Some of you may enjoy this game more than I did, especially if you're into morphing & lots of mini games, but those, among other things, are not my favorite kind of HOG. Here are some of the reasons I didn't rate it higher. 1. Too many mini games: There were actually more mini games than HOGs, so listing it as a hidden object game is kind of misleading. My preference is 100% HOG. NO mini games at all. 2. The HOGs included morphing: I play HOGs strictly for relaxation without distractions. Trying to catch the morphs is distracting to me, thus reducing my level of relaxed enjoyment. Worst of all were the paths through a morph to a hidden object elsewhere without any cursor hint. I do not enjoy random clicking on a whole scene of objects. 3. Too much scene-jumping to complete the HOGs: When I have to travel all over the place in order to finish part of a HOG, I feel as if I'm playing an adventure game instead of a HOG. Such jumping around is the main kind of HOG in this game. 4. Not the best voice acting: Most of the voicing sounded insincere, as if being done by poor actors who didn't learn their parts well. In fact, at least a couple times the actor said the wrong word. 5. Not the best list of Achievements: Achievements should be things that are not necessarily required in order to finish the game. In other words, they should be things that you accomplish above and beyond what it takes to finish the game. Many of the achievements here were simply things that you had to complete in order to finish it anyway. 6. Little incentive to replay the game: Besides the normal hidden objects to find, the HOGs have 3 special kinds of objects to find. I found all of those my 1st time through the whole game. So the only thing left to give me incentive to replay the game were some of the Achievements that I hadn't gotten the 1st time through. Which leads me to #7... 7. No game times shown: My favorite reason to replay HOGs is to try to beat my previous total game times. But HOGs that show your total game time at the end are few & far between nowadays. And this game does not show it. Better yet is when it also shows your game time for each completed HOG scene, so that you can try to beat your time for each HOG. But in this game, that would be impossible to show because of all the scene-jumping required in order to complete a HOG. 8. Strategy guide hard to follow: It was definitely nice to have a strategy guide at all, & right in the game no less! But it was often hard to follow, mainly because it was heavy on incomplete sentences. For instance, it might say, "Ball, stick, glove into magic box." Would it take up that much more space to instead say, "Put ball, stick, glove into magic box?" And then there were the lines like, "A-D, C-F, B-H," etc., with no other explanation. Umm, could you translate that please? It would be at least nice to know if it's referring to a mini game, like "Mini game: A-D, C-F, B-H." That way, if I'm trying to find some requirement that I missed in the main game line, I know I can skip that part since it's not a mini game solution that I was trying to find. I know, it's mainly difficult for me because I'm not yet use to strategy guides written in such a way. I'm still more use to talking in complete sentences. My favorite thing about the game was its bright and colorful scenes, instead of the dark scenes that seem to dominate HOGs nowadays, which for me, makes them depressing and hard to see. I don't play computer games to make me depressed or to give me sore eyes. I also like that it has a relaxed mode, where I don't feel pressured by time limits. Overall, this was a wasted game purchase for me. I do realize, however, that you usually get what you pay for. And at least this game didn't cost $40 or $60. So what would I recommend for those who are interested in the more classic HOGs like me? In the past 10 or 15 years, I've had two hard drive crashes, where I lost some really classic favorites that I can't remember the names of any more. Here are four more recent ones, all of which I got from BigFishGames. In the more recent past, I've enjoyed "Pure Hidden" and "100% Hidden". One or both of those show total game time when completed, and the time ignores the minis, which you can skip. At least one also shows the times for each HOG scene. Of course, you have to write down that stuff on paper, because they do not show game score comparisons. Currently, I'm most enjoying two games in the "Vacation Adventures: Park Ranger" series, being numbers 5 & 8. They do not show total game time. But at least the HOGs are classic, and you can skip all the minis. Actually, I usually play all or most of the minis. You can do them using fairly easy reasoning, instead of needing brain twisting or random luck. If I skip any, it's most often a very long (1 hr. +) jigsaw puzzle of sky divers. I don't recall which game it's in.
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good game, which could have been a lot better, if not for the many unplayable minigames in the bonus game The game is very well done, exept for the bunch of unplayable (WAY to impossible) minigames in the bonus game. I liked the story line, and the visuals and voice acting. Also MOST of the gameplay, in the main game was spot on, not to hard, but not easy either. Unfortuately it changed in the bonus game. I had to skip 3 games, I tried to use strategy guide, but even with that, they were unplayable. One minigame required you do one thing, then wait 2,78 seconds (according to the strategy guide) Whats up with that?! How the are you supposed to find that out, without looking in the strategy guide. This beeing said, I would still recommend the game, for people who like a challenge, but to me a bit dissapointing due the impossible minigames (some) in the bonus game.
Date published: 2019-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just couldn't get into it My 2 cents: I was looking forward to trying this. I haven't been enthused about a LOTW game in a while. I was hyped by all the great reviews and it being an editor's choice BUT I just couldn't get into it. I played through the entire demo but was left with a sense of blahness that I couldn't shake. It was very boring to me. All of the elements were there - interesting premise, gorgeous scenery, cliched but cool bad guy, ok puzzles - but the overall effect was lackluster. It felt as if the devs did just enough to make me take notice, but not enough to keep my interest. I deleted, but you may like it. Try the demo.
Date published: 2019-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from better this one is the best so far...but still glaring problems.....to me, very tedious. too many puzzles. the graphics were wonderful.just had to force myself to finish this game.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sometimes Logic is Too Much to Ask You get to play this Labyrinth as Margaret, the sister we rescued in a couple of earlier games in the series. As cataclysmic disasters strike the earth, you, Margaret, have your TV time interrupted by a surprise visitor, Davona, another Seeker from earlier games. She has arrived to tell you that your brother, Simon, has gone missing. You will need to find him and help the Seekers recapture escaped master criminal, Dietrich, who is to blame for the current crisis. Good stuff: Everything you expect to see in a HOP/adventure CE game including collectible cards, tokens, and articles about Dietrich among the CE bling. Bad stuff: You know where the story is headed when you are locked inside your own home and must run around finding the key before you can let Davona inside. Looking for strange locks? You have a small safe in your coffee table that can only be opened with your Brother's seeker badge number, which you fortuitously get from Davona. How about strange things under lock and key? Find three crystals and you can open a cache that includes a bag of nuts, which you will carry around till you find a small animal to feed it to! Also, in a hole in the wall? The drawer handle that keeps falling off. Crazier still? The cache is behind your first Seeker trophy, which spouts, " Death to all Seekers!" How about the hardest way to get from here to there? Go under water from the top of a cliff instead of from the beach below. Of course, there's more. If the Seekers need their energy net to travel between worlds and Dietrich is going to disrupt it, how will Simon give Dietrich the ability to travel between worlds over that energy net? You should play the demo before you buy. Yes, really. You should.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty good so far I love the graphics, the storyline was ok, until it became a certain push for Fema and things that are kind of not ok, or political. otherwise its entertaining.
Date published: 2019-01-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too easy and repetitive. I'm not a fan of games that do this in every scene: 1. Enter the scene. 2. Try to decipher the blurry, pixellated cutscene that ensues. 3. See the back of the villain as he escapes into the next scene. (Occasionally, he'll stop and monologue at you first. They just can't resist telling you their evil plans, boasting, and justifying their narcissistic goals.) 4. Instead of following, stay where you are and fix everything that's broken, find and use shaped keys and tools, solve simple puzzles and HOs, and help the villain's victims. Only then can you follow. This method of gameplay always seems horribly contrived to me, and it leaves absolutely nothing for the player to figure out. Just follow, watch, clean up, and follow again. Even in hard mode, the puzzles were easy to solve. And the HO scenes took seconds to complete. I prefer being challenged. There's no enjoyment in pro forma gameplay, no dopamine rush after having solved a particularly difficult puzzle.
Date published: 2019-02-20
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