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Brave Giant is back with a magical chapter in the Queen’s Quest series!

Welcome to a fresh new world of fanciful fairy tales! Once again take on the role of the talented Shapeshifting Alchemist, the hero of Netherfall, as she is called to the capital to help good King Robert. The quest? To investigate a series of kidnappings where the victims are all children! In this latest and greatest installment to the Queen's Quest series, you will experience an adventure which changes your entire perspective on the kingdom of Netherfall. With odd beasts roaming the streets and an evil queen freshly escaped from prison, the mystery seems to only deepen... and darken. Bring forth all your faculties of potion crafting and morph into a menagerie of animals to solve seemingly impossible puzzles and hidden object scenes. What perils and discoveries await you in Queen's Quest 5: The Symphony of Death?

  • Become the shapeshifting alchemist detective!
  • Investigate over 40 hand-painted locations
  • Find morphing objects and earn achievements
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!
  • Take a peek behind the scenes with concept art and enjoy their final renders via wallpapers.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 2239 MB

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Queen's Quest V: Symphony of Death Collector's Edition is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not a bad game, but not the greatest so, I bought this game today - was a good sale. Not the greatest game, however, I was desperate for a new HOPA CE game. I'm enjoying it - I do find the collectibles a bit hard to locate, but that's okay - I always take my time looking for them first before carrying on with each new scene. Yes, many of the HOP scenes are quite creative and fun. Graphics, voice-overs, etc. all are excellent. It's been a good way to while away a Saturday afternoon.
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from MY "KING'S" QUEST BECAME RATHER REPETITIVE As a world-renowned Alchemist, the King has requested your services (shouldn't it be King's Quest V?) investigating the Missing Children case. One suspect has already been arrested, but it's highly unlikely he's responsible because he doesn't fit the profile. In fact, no one fits this particular profile because all the evidence collected points to something not human, at least not completely human! I quickly became bored with this game because not only did the storyline seem to drag on and on, but it was very predictable, I suspected where the plot was heading as soon as I met with the King. Not only did the storyline drag, but the mini-games were the same mini-games for each chapter, you would play the same game every time you entered a portal, the same game to leave the portal and the same types of games during each chapter. There is a Gadget which is a staple feature in this series, a Potion Cube to make Transformation Potions, it too is repetitive and used an average of 2 times per chapter. The good news is that there is a good ratio of Mini-Games: Hidden Object Scenes and the hand-drawn graphics are beautifully illustrated. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with Interactive List Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, and Multiples of the Same Object Finds. Most of the scenes are very interactive requiring moving other objects out of the way or finding and replacing missing parts. Each Hidden Object Scene has a Morphing Object that must be clicked when in the correct Form. There is an alternate Matching Pairs game available where you click on 2 Related Items such as a Broom and a Dustpan. The Mini-Games are okay but rather easy and very repetitive because you have to complete the same puzzles for each chapter. The puzzle to access each of the portal locations is the same, the puzzle to return to the King is the same each time, and I've never been a fan of recipe puzzles because there's no skill involved and you have to repeat the Potion Cube Recipes 6 different times! Even the puzzles that aren't repeated, only slightly change from chapter to chapter but they are all puzzles that have been offered in other Brave Giant games. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the first 3 chapters, the point I gave up: 1-Follow the picture diagram to create potion recipes x6. 2-Turn over clouds to find matching symbols, not all symbols have pairs. 3-Rotate & place fragments into highlighted slots each time you enter the portal. 4-Choose the single token that doesn't have any symbols on the beasts tokens. 5-Find and replace misplaced items to progress the story. 6-Slide tokens along the tracks to their correct matching slots. 7-Swap figurines according to the clue shown. 8-Move figure the specified number of squares in the correct direction. 9-Find 3 DNA markers that are located on each slide. 10-Find 6 pairs of related objects. 11-Rotate rings on a disk to recreate the image shown, moving one ring affects others. 12-Arrange the images in chronological order. 13-Turn all flowers purple, selecting one affects others. 14-Find 3 symbols in each scene to progress the story. 15-Drag pawprints through the labyrinth. This Collector's Edition version has 6 Wallpapers, 6 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, replayable Movie Video Cutscenes, re-playable Mini-Games, and Hidden Object Scenes, 16 Hidden Magic Wands (with origins) 16 Hidden Puzzle Pieces, 8 Hidden Ghosts (crystal ball to show when a collectible is available purple if available, grey when all collectibles have been found) 21 Achievements to Earn, 4 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter (very long chapters and extremely long BC) and a Built-in Strategy Guide. QUEEN'S QUEST SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating  1-Tower Of Darkness SE only (October 7-2014) 4.1  2-Stories Of Forgotten Past (September 20-2016) 4.3  3-End Of Dawn (March 25-2017) 3.4  4-Sacred Truce (June 12-2018) 3.9  5-Symphony of Death (January 26-2019) n/a by: Brave Giant Games
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A FANTASY GAME WITH DRAGONS AND POTIONS If you like fantasy games and mixing potions then Queen’s Quest V: Symphony of Death is sure to be a game that you will enjoy. To be honest I have never been a huge fan of the series but I do think that Symphony of Death is a very good game. You play the game as an alchemist who has assisted the royal family in the past and as Symphony of Death begins you have been called to the court once again. However before you can be on your way you must go through those mundane tasks that all HOPA games seem to require before you get to the gist of the story. In this game we have several missing children who have been kidnapped as well as the traitorous queen now escaped from prison. Will you be able to find the children before it is too late? The graphics appear at times to be quite sub-par and hazy while at other times they are quite crisp and clear. Although I can live with the hazy graphics I did have difficulty with the potion instructions as we don’t see them in close-up and the numbers are very indistinct and tiny. I couldn’t distinguish between the numbers 1 and 2, or 2 and 3 as they were so small. On the plus side Brave Giant gives us a Custom setting that is more realistic with the lowest hint and skip times being 5 seconds rather than 10 or 15. Thank you for setting a lower bottom time that I can live with! I love HOP scenes and there are some creative and well-designed ones in Symphony of Death. I love the way the scenes are set up and that you need to pay attention to find some items or you might need to use a hint. The puzzles seem to be more related to the mixing of potions which is okay but some of the instructions are difficult to follow. The major issue I had with the potion instructions is that they are really non-existent and I would not have known what to do on the first one without the help of the Strategy Guide. I know it was supposed to be a puzzle but I couldn’t even get a hint and could only skip the entire puzzle. All in all even though the game might really appeal to some gamers it was just too boring and couldn’t hold my attention. Perhaps on another day I will really be able to get into the game but today was not that day for me. One thing that jumped out at me was when I was on my mission to visit a suspect in the kidnappings I met the sheriff who sounds like he was plucked from an old TV western rather than a sheriff in a different country that actually had a royal family. That accent and my boredom with getting started in the game rather left me feeling blah about what most likely is a very good game. As always, I encourage you to play the demo since Queen’s Quest V: Symphony of Death might be a game you will love. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I really wanted to like this game I liked almost everything about this game as far as the graphics, voice acting and story. The thing I didn't like is that the objects were very small on my screen. I could barely make out the hidden objects as they were small and seemed to bleed together. I can't describe them as junk piles, they were just small. Other items picked up around the scenes were also small. Nor could I read the potion pages. I spent the demo guessing the ingredients of potions. I'm above the 50 years old stage and need everything a bit larger. Could be my computer but I don't think so. I never have this problem. Take the demo for a ride. See if you like it.
Date published: 2019-02-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cookie Cutter Overload? By this time we know the set up. We play as the Alchemist, a shape changer who aids the monarchy in solving crimes and threats to the kingdom. This time we are called in as children have been disappearing in the town. The simple mini-games and puzzles are really easy and more than a few are repeated. The game play is all downhill as you seesaw between easy and super easy tasks to move through the game. There will be a lock to be picked with a straight pin, followed by one that needs several pieces found. Perhaps you need a key to the city gate - no problem, just find two missing figurines and you can claim it from your monument in the lower city square. You will match runes several times. You will find missing bells from a couple of places in the same few minutes. There will be several collectibles among the assorted CE bling. The artwork is nicely done. The story is present if not as big a mystery as we would like. This is much like the previous games in this series with the same type of editing flaws and lack of attention to detail. Please try the demo for yourself to see what you think of it.
Date published: 2019-01-29
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