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Domini Games proudly presents the latest chapter of their new Enchanted Kingdom series!

You were visiting the Northern Tar Empire to test out some new instruments from the Medico Imperium research labs when suddenly life-draining crystals rain down from the sky! Meanwhile, a legendary floating island appears ominously overhead. You’ll need all your skills as a healer to save your people and to broker peace before war breaks out! Does the return of their lost civilization spell the end of yours? Find out in this epic hidden-object adventure puzzle game!

  • Can you save the entire elven empire from falling into the hands of Il-Lydia, an evil night elf?
  • Play - and re-play! - more challenging Hidden-Object Puzzles and mini-games!
  • Find and collect all the cards of Elven Healing, all the examples of Eleven Artifacts, and use gold leaves to purchase the tools of Alchemy!
  • Download original concept art, wallpapers, and soundtracks.
  • Always know where to go with the helpful Strategy Guide!

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  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9
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  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1352 MB

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Enchanted Kingdom: Descent of the Elders Collector's Edition is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Puzzle lovers delight What a great game. For all who love puzzles and a lot of them it is a must have. At least it was for me. The storyline is not new, it's good versus evil, but it is well done. The art work is stunning, the colours are vivid and lots to collect along the way. HOP's and puzzles can be swapped for Match 3 games. Puzzles can be played in hard or easy mode, which is great for beginners. Give it a go , in my opinion it is worth it. For me one of the best games and I enjoyed playing it
Date published: 2019-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank you Developers I've enjoyed this game more than any of the previous in the serieis - which is one of my favorites. Why? Because of the Match 3 option for almost everything! I am rarely interested in it for HOs, but some of the puzzles in this series, are ones that I hate, and to have a Match 3 option, is great. Also, the "diagnostic" tool is much improved. I liked the story line for both the main game and the bonus, which thankfully, is NOT a "prequel." The colors are acceptable, the music is unobtrusive and makes a nice background sound. Puzzles range from easy to medium, and I enjoyed the HOs. I think that Match 3 option for puzzles is terrific. I hope to see it in other games.
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from loved the game i always enjoy enchanted kingdom series and i enjoyed this one as well thank you so much!!
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved It Well, I'm a puzzle lover, so this is a game for me. There are a lot of new puzzles too, that I find a lot of fun.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DOMINI’S ENCHANTED KINGDOM DESCENT OF THE ELDERS IS WONDERFUL WOW, Domini has hit a home run with this game! This is for me the best game in the series and Domini got it right with Descent of the Elders, the fifth game in the Enchanted Kingdom series. The previous game received a 1-star review from me while Descent of the Elders is, IMHO, a solid 5-star game. Something that has impressed me with Domini Games is that they always are striving to improve their games by listening to what we want. Since the beta for Descent of the Elders was released some significant changes were made to the game. Gone is the side pop-out bar that I found very distracting, and the collectibles are now indicated on the upper right side of the inventory panel. With the Custom Mode of gameplay we can now select our preferred Hint and Skip times within a range of 0 to 90 seconds. Thank you Domini for making those changes to the game! The HOPS are so creative and well-designed in Descent of the Elders. There is variation in the types of scenes and a couple of my favorite style HOPS have returned. I really enjoyed two HOPS in particular the first one is where we find items by changing the colored lenses on a magnifying glass. My other favorite is the one where we locate items by sliding an overlay to find the matching items in various scenes. Both of those HOPS are wonderful but so are many of the others. By now some of you know that I dislike having too many PUZZLES in games. However, most of the puzzles in Descent of the Elders are great fun and since they do not seem to be thrown in as game extenders, it does make sense to have them where they are placed in the gameplay. Since the game’s hero is the “Honored Healer” from the Medico Imperium we will be diagnosing illnesses and creating remedies. Each time we diagnose a patient we will need to solve several mini-games during the process and even though some of them are a bit challenging they are not classified as Rube-Goldberg puzzles. Overall the puzzles in the game are excellent with some being very easy and others really difficult. I Domini’s games have terrific puzzles so I always choose the easy setting when I set up my Custom Mode of gameplay but even then, some of the puzzles are difficult and I need to skip them or cheat by looking in the Strategy Guide. In the end, I think Domini has “pulled out all the stops” to make Enchanted Kingdom Descent of the Elders an awesome game and one that I highly recommend. For lovers of fantasy type games it is definitely a must have. I purchased immediately after trying the demo and lost a lot of sleep last night because I couldn’t stop playing. Even though I love this game, please try the demo to see if it is one you will enjoy. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MAGICAL GAME PROVIDING AN ANTIDOTE FOR THE WINTER DOLDRUMS REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 53 Pages OVERVIEW: The Tar Empire is once again in peril. After 700 years, the flying elven kingdom has returned, inflicting humans with a deadly plague. As a healer of the Medico Imperium, you must find an antidote to save your kingdom. With an impending battle re-emerging between the elves and humans, you must not only find an antidote, but also find the party responsible for the conflict. Confront an evildoer who will stop at nothing to destroy mankind and the elf kingdom to rule the Tar Empire. Can you defeat this evildoer and bring peace between both kingdoms? OPINION: I LOVE Domini games. I always feel I get more game for the money than from some other developers. Although this is not my favorite series from this developer, this is an outstanding game! The pace is excellent with plenty of activities to keep a player involved in the game. The story is well-written. The graphics are realistic, although I wish Domini would tone down the overuse of purple and neon green in their games. Most of the game centers on diagnosing illnesses and then creating antidotes for those illnesses. MECHANICS: There are four (4) levels of play including a customized version. There are twenty-one (21) achievements. Collect fifteen (15) cards which deal with illnesses, fifteen (15) morphing elven artifacts, and fifty (50) metal leaves used to purchase items for your laboratory. There is a bar at the side to indicate if there are one or more collectibles within a scene. I found the items easy to locate. As in all their games, Domini provides an option to play the puzzles in either an “easy” or “hard” mode within the menu. There are ten (10) wallpapers along with concept art and music and video sequences.You can replay seventeen (17) HOP scenes and twelve (12) mini-games. In this game you have the option to play a Match-3 game in lieu of not only the HOP scenes, but the mini-games as well. This is a new feature I have not seen before in any other HOP game. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a different story. Surprisingly, I like this story better than the one from the main game. Play Jarolia, another healer within the realm. You are off to save the Elven people from an evil elf healer, Il Lydia. She is out for revenge, turning all the elves into nocturnal creatures, night elves, making them her servants. I feel this chapter is worth the extra money for the collector’s edition. You continue to collect all the collectibles within this chapter. There are nine (9) mini-games and five (5) HOP scenes. HOP SCENES: There are nineteen (19) of some of the most creative HOP scenes I have played in some time. They are very interactive and vary in design. They include scenes with only morphing objects. There is one with sliders in which you must align two silhouettes to remove an object. There are rebus clues, storybook scenes with items which must located and then returned to their proper location. There are very few straight lists of items. However, even within the lists of items, there are creative touches within the scenes. Some of the scenes have puzzles within them. MINI-GAMES: There are thirty-three (33) mini-games within this game. This includes seven (7) Rube Goldberg mini-games which contain three (3) puzzles each. You will play a Rube-Goldberg puzzle with each diagnosis you make. In lieu of the puzzles you can play a Match-3 game instead. Most of the puzzles have the choice to be played in either a “hard” or “easy” mode. You can change this designation while playing the game even if you have opted for one or the other within the menu. SPOILERS: THESE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Diagnostic mini-game: (1) Switch puzzle. On a grid, switch tokens so they are placed in the same row as a matching one at the side the grid. (2) Assembly puzzle. Move four hands attached to a skeleton so that each hand is placed squarely on an imprint of a hand at the sides. The hands are jointed. (3) Variation of the bar removal puzzle. Move green gems within a grid to create a path so that a red gem can move from the left to the right side of the grid. B. Itsy Bitsy Spider. Sequence puzzle. On a grid move colored spiders up-and-down until they are situated in a row with a matching colored gem. Moving one spider affects the others. C. Maze puzzle. Lead a griffin through a maze to the elven castle using the wind power of tornadoes to guide it through the paths. Avoid falling rocks as you cross. D. Beat the computer. Move your tokens so you end up with more tokens than the evildoer. Jumping over them or abutting them changes them to your color and vice versa. BONUS CHAPTER E. Connection puzzle. Connect stars with lines so that the number of each star matches the lines emanating from it. F. Sequence puzzle. Put out 4 fires using buckets of water. All flames must be extinguished at the same time G. Mathematical puzzle Move a horse to the middle of a grid by pressing numbered buttons indicating the direction and number of steps you can proceed. You must not land on obstacles in your path. H. Logic puzzle. Place flower seeds in a row so that there are at least three of the same type of flower in each row and column.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sorcery, Griffins, potions! Hello friends! As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others who do a much better job than I. I believe this makes #5 in this wonderful series. Game play was excellent, with no problems during the demo. Graphics are quite well done, even with a bit of blur here and there. Seems to be the norm these days, so not sure why I keep commenting on it. The colors are very bright, but for the most part, are not over powering. Some do seem a little brassy, but not a game changer. Animation is well done and lifelike, with eye and facial movements. The constant body swaying is a little off putting, but not too bad. Music is soothing, and does move with whatever is happening at the time. Voices are nice and are age and character appropriate, with urgency, fear, anxiety, etc. Sound FX are nice, when we have them, but are not constant. HOPs are varied and well done, with interactive silhouettes, highlighted words, interactive lists, slider bar picture match and match picture pieces. Scenes were fairly clear and items were not difficult to find. You can switch to a match 3 if you prefer. Puzzles were fairly simple, but you can choose between easy and hard. I always demo a game in the easy mode to get a feel for it, then go back and replay in hard. I like that you can eliminate the skip time completely. Yes, still has the perfect map. Areas clearly identified by name and picture and it will show you where a collectible was missed, if you choose that feature. The hint system is very helpful. We do not have the transport feature as such. However, the map does open and show you where you need to jump next. There is a lot of back-tracking, so this is a big time saver. We have many collectibles, which I really like in a CE game. We need to find 15 cards, which can be easily missed, as they are laying around anywhere; 15 Elven artifacts, which also morph and are not as easy to spot as you think. These can be just about anything and are often a bit small. We also have to find 50 metal leaves. So far, they have been fairly large, but you just have to remember to look for them. Again, we have the healing ability and the use of a diagnostic Scepter used to examine the body. With each body part that is analyzed, we have a simple puzzle. This was boring and unnecessary to me, so I actually skipped most of them. The plus is that it only skips the part you are currently on, and not the entire exam. Once our exam is finished, we find the items needed to make our healing potion. Making the potion was not as much fun as in previous games in this series, and not much action either. Anyway, they are healed and we are off to find someone else who needs help. This game is not challenging, and the story is nothing new, but I do like this series. I think all levels of players will find this one interesting. Gave this one a 4.5 on my scale. Yes, I am adding it to my collection. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. Play on!
Date published: 2019-03-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Maybe On A Sale, Or.... This is really just another been there, done that game, but it might be worth a half off sale, or wait for the SE. It's very pretty and not too saturated with pinks and purples which is a relief! The one other positive thing is that instead of skipping puzzles, you can play a Match-3 game which I've not seen before. The story line isn't all that great and to be honest, I'm not 100% sure of what it is...it just melds into all the other story lines that have come out the past year or so. The SE version would be worth it for the Match-3 because no guide needed for any of the puzzles. All in all, pretty, but not engrossing.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ho Hum. Same old, same old. Based on the demo: If you've been playing these games for as long as I have, you know we've played this same game many times over. Evil _____ (insert villain type) wants to take over the realm. Gets out of prison and goes on a rampage. This time its elves against humans. You are a healer and you use your healing ability to save the world. Ho Hum. We've seen this same diagnosis game before. The only difference this time they at least give you an option of doing a Match-3 game instead of trying to do the diagnosis. Domini has made a beautifully visual game with lots of color to dazzle your eyes, but they keep recycling the same storyline over and over again. They have other series, that are much better. The puzzles are dull and even the HOPS are only slightly less annoying. LOTS of puzzles back to back, so if you're a puzzle lover, you'll be a happy camper. There are a ton of collectibles: 15 cards, 15 morphs and 50 metal leaves. It's not a bad game, especially if you've never played this series before. As for me, I was bored and couldn't wait for the demo to be over. Maybe it was on off day for me, so as always, please try the demo and make your own decision. For me, this is a no buy. I'll wait for something with more to offer.
Date published: 2019-03-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I WASN'T PLAYING TO PROGRESS THE STORY, I WAS PLAYING TO PROGRESS THE FILLER MINI-GAMES 7 Hours woth of completion! They're back! The magical floating Elven Island disappeared without a trace 735 years ago, but today, for no apparent reason, the Island reappeared! There once was a time when Elves and humans lived in harmony and worked side-by-side to educate one another with valuable skills. When the elves began to show signs of illness, they blamed the humans, war was imminent, and humans began to disappear. The Medico Imperium Order soon discovers that the return of the Elven Island 735 years later is not a goodwill gesture. Can The Order's most Honored Healer thwart the Elves mission to overpower the human race, or is it already too late? If you aren't a huge puzzle and mini-game fan, you won't enjoy this game very much because you are literally doing them back-to-back. As an "Honored Healer" you have a magical Diagnostic Sceptor that allows you to access the patients' symptoms and draw a medical conclusion. This Gadget is used 7 times throughout the Main Game and each of those 7 uses requires you to complete 3 different mini-games before you search for the correct ingredients to cure what ails them. Thank you, Domini for making each puzzle different and for not making me endure a Recipe mini-game! I've said this multiple times before, but in my opinion, Domini throws everything into their games including that kitchen sink, to make their games way too Looonnggg. There are 19 regular mini-games in the main chapters PLUS 21 Diagnostic Scepter mini-games and another 10 mini-games in the BC, that's a whopping 50 mini-games! I love puzzles but even I don't want a game where all I'm doing is playing mini-games back to back! There are only 5 Chapters plus the CE BC, but it literally took me 6-7 hours to complete, the notorious midnight completion seem off, right? Granted I don't skip any of the puzzles, but I was completely bored and over the game halfway through. I lost track of how many times I needed something "Sharp" a bottle of "Acid" something to "Protect my Hands" a "Wrench" a "Nail Puller" something "Thin" to open a latch, a "Shovel" and a jug, cup or mug of "Water" Every single time, I'd use those items once, only to need the exact item two scenes later, a couple of times I can live with, but 10 or more times all in an effort to stretch the game and make people think they are getting a bargain? If I didn't have to heal so many people I would have completely forgotten what the story was even about because I wasn't playing a game to progress the story, I was playing a game to progress the next puzzle! Everything in this game is a filler, an illusion of a long story! There are only 12 Hidden Object Scenes in the Main Games and 5 HOP's within the BC, all of which are re-playable within the CE extra section. There are 3 smaller Zoom Zone HOP's and you can opt to Play a Match 3 game instead of the hidden object scenes. In the custom settings, you can opt for Silhouetted Shape Hints and hint recharges in 0 seconds! Some of the HO scenes were fairly creative, some of my favorite types were using vertical & horizontal sliders to align highlighted images over the correct object in the scene that matches descriptions as Keywords, Swatches of circular image samples to find the correct location in the scene, Combination Silhouetted Shape clues where you find the object that matches the description of the 2 silhouetted shapes combined, and my absolute favorite was finding objects in a scene with multiple Morphing Objects. There are also Multiples of the Same Object finds, Gears that rotate to align partial images, Keywords in Sentence Finds and a highly interactive, progressive HOP. I hope you love Mini-Games, and I do mean love because there are 40 games within the main game and another 10 offered within the Bonus Chapter! You can, however, opt to play a Match 3 Game instead of the mini-games! Domini always offers their games in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode, and in the custom settings you can opt to have them start with either easy or hard mini-games, but you can still opt for the opposite per mini-game. You can also opt to skip the puzzles instantly in the custom settings! The above mentioned Diagnostic Scepter requires you to complete 3 different mini-games each time it is used, and fortunately, they are always different puzzles. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorite games offered throughout the entire game: 1-Drag color-coded chains of various lengths to their color-coded slots. 2-Jump bacteria cells to remove all but 1 bacteria. 3-Move squares to spots w/corresponding colors, arrow sections will change its direction. 4-Untangle bacteria strands by selecting arrow buttons for each strand. 5-Move the pink token to cover the entire grid. 6-Select tiles to reveal all images, if you select a tile that has no image you'll have to restart. 7-Select green buttons to remove all bacteria, removing one may change other sets. 8-Select a sequence of directional arrows to guide the net thru a maze. 9-Adjust the temperature of 4 gauges by selecting + & - to move the needle a specified number to the green zone. 10-Move 1 horizontal & 1 Vertical tornado to direct wind flow, & + or - buttons to move the griffin thru a maze. 11-Select + or - & rotation buttons to align & scale 4 different fragments to align w/the center image. 12-Select number & direction specific buttons to guide the token w/o landing on the skull spots. 13-Move or jump your pieces to add more pieces than your opponent. The Bonus Chapter (only available in the CE version) takes place after the main game's timeframe. Dr. Klein welcomes Jarolia, a recent graduate into The Medico Imperium Order, and wastes no time sending her out on her first solo mission. Ill Lydia has created a highly contagious infection that turns Elves into a monstrous Night Elf that obeys her every command, and it's now up to Jarolia to prove she has what it takes as a young Healer. There are 10 Mini-Games and 5 Hidden Object Scenes in this fairly lengthy BC. (one of those mini-games could be considered as a HOP of finding and replacing objects into the pages of a storybook) You will pick up the remaining collectibles, 3 Medical Cards, 7 Golden Metal Leaves (which allows you to purchase the remaining Laboratory Items, the number varies because items vary in price) and the final 3 Morphing Elven Artifacts, which, in my opinion, morph way to fast, and aren't very challenging to spot in any of the scenes. This Collector's Edition version has 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 17 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 12 replayable Mini-Games, 21 Achievements to Earn, 15 Collectible Morphing Elven Artifacts, 15 Collectible Medical Disease Cards (to learn about diseases in the Tar Empire (that's just weird, who wants to read about chickenpox?) 15 Laboratory Items, 50 Hidden Metal Leaves (use to purchase Laboratory Items) 5 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a built-in Strategy Guide. ENCHANTED KINGDOM SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-A Dark Seed (April 6-2017) 3.9 2-A Stranger's Venom (September 28-2017) 3.7 3-Fog of Rivershire (February 22-2018) 4.0 4-Fiend of Darkness (August 23-2018) 3.4 5-Descent of the Elders (March 7-2019) n/a by: Domini Games
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