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Domini Games brings you the latest spellbinding chapter of the Spirit Legends series!

Your fellow monster hunter has gone missing, and it's your duty to find him! But you quickly find that this is no ordinary hunt and rescue mission. Dangerous trolls are wandering the countryside, bent on kidnapping the innocent and covering the land in eternal night! With the help of your wife and your trusted Bestiary, can you tame animals and stop the trolls before it's too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • When your daughter goes missing in the middle of the night, it's up to you to track her down and unravel the secrets behind her mysterious disappearance in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games and earn a variety of unique achievements!
  • Find tons of lore-filled scrolls, morphing paintings, and heaps of medals to spend in the observatory!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, soundtrack, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1319 MB

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Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse Collector's Edition is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from THE TROLLS HAD MY ATTENTION UNTIL CHAPTER 5, and 6 and a bonus Chapter that dragged on forever I think I had a birthday or two somewhere in between Completed Game approximately 6.0 hours (including the CE Bonus Chapter and all mini-games) It's hard to stop a Troll, especially an Angry Troll. Jorlis has lost his only daughter, even worse, he watched his daughter turn to stone before his very eyes. The trolls have been cursed, forced to live their lives by the light of the moon, the sun is their nemesis, but so are the Hunters who dedicate their lives to eradicating these "Monsters" But what if the sun never rose? What if the night never ended? What would it take to allow Trolls the freedom of life without the fear of stone? What if this freedom could be achieved with an eternal Solar Eclipse? What if all it took was the soul of a Troll Hunter? What if you're the Monster Hunter! The biggest problem I have with this game is that once again Domini stretched the game way too much. Chapters 1-4 were a perfect length, chapter 5 a little bit long but not too bad. Chapter 6 totally lost my attention span because it just dragged on and on. It didn't progress the story, it was just one mini-game after another with a bunch of meaningless tasks requiring me to find and use the same inventory items that I ditched at least 4 or 5 times in the previous chapters. After completing the main game I walked away for hours before forcing myself to play a bonus chapter the size of all 6 main chapters combined. I don't want to repeat the same tasks a thousand times just for the sake of stretching the appearance of a game..just saying... What kind of Gadget did Domini give us this time, you may ask? Why a Bestiary Book to turn vicious monsters into harmless pets, of course! The Bestiary Book is used 7 times, once you complete a random mini-game that has nothing to do with that particular creature. The good news is that the mini-game is different each time, and they actually aren't bad games for the most part. The CE Morphing Paintings are somewhat obscure but still rather obvious, but I thought the Scrolls were creatively blended into the scenery. There are 13 Main & 4 smaller Zoom Zone Hidden Object Scenes +5 in the CE Bonus Chapter, and there is an alternate Match 3 game available. Surprisingly, the HOP's get better towards the end, mainly because they were creative variations such as Horizontal & Vertical Sliders to match with pictures in the scene, Spot the Differences, Rotating Disk Sections to align objects, where the first half of the game only offered Interactive Listed items, Silhouetted Shapes and Keywords in Sentence finds. Two of my favorites was finding Matching Pairs of beautiful and very colorful birds, and a Riddle puzzle where you had to select two associated items. (_+_=Ballerina) There are 30 Mini-Games +12 in the CE Bonus Chapter, including 7 Bestiary Book puzzles (each one different). I really liked most of the puzzles but the last 2 chapters worth about did me in, it was just puzzle after puzzle with no progression to the story and very few HO's to break up the chain of mini-games. If you're not a puzzle fan, you probably won't enjoy this game. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorites. ? 1~Align chips so the ones on the center disk are adjacent to the matching ones on the outer disk, by rotating groups of chips. ? 2~Use directional arrows to move 2 tokens through a labyrinth alternating movements to open up various gates for each other. ??? 3~Move crystal shards into place by clicking on various attachments. 4~Place tiles into empty slots according to clues on rows & columns. ? 5~Rotate kite sections into place and then place duel-colored feathers in between kite sections according to the color combinations. ??? 6~Place color-coded feathers on empty slots by finding the color pattern. 7~Use directional arrows to move the amulets to the central slot. ? The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter is so long you'd think it was an actual full-length release. You play as momma Amber who freaks out when daughter Evelyn goes MIA and does what any mother would do, hunt down the bad guy and make him regret the day he was born. Okay, maybe it's not quite that dramatic, but it does involve GOT (anyone else want a final season redo?) scenario of "The Faceless" only nowhere near as awesome. (anyone else wanna know why didn't she become a man w/o a face in the end?) There are 12 Mini-Games and 5 Hidden Object Scenes in the BC and you will find the remaining 3 Morphing Paintings (say that 3'xs fast) 3 Scrolls, and 6 Medals (of various amounts) to purchase the remaining Observatory items. If you don't get bored playing the main game, the length of this BC chapter is worthy of the CE price. (16 pages according to the SG) This Collector's Edition has 20 Wallpapers, 20 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 35 Movie Video Cutscenes (sit back and watch the show folks) 33 Achievements, 27 Replayable Mini-Games, 18 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 15 Morphing Paintings (learn about the Troll Culture) 15 Collectible Scrolls (well hidden, bio's on past/present member's of the Order of Monster Hunters) 10 Missing Notes (technically they are found notes once you click on them) 70 Zoom Zone Medals to buy 13 Observatory Items, 6 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-in Strategy Guide. SPIRIT LEGENDS SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-The Forest Wraith (November 24-2018) 3.4 2-Solar Eclipse (June 6-2019) n/a by: Domini Games
Date published: 2019-06-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not good, not bad... just not for me Others have written about the overall intent of this game, so I won't bother. I can say that the voice overs were annoying, especially the female companion. Very deadpan with no emotion. The color pallet was too much as well. It was hard on my eyes by the time the demo was over. These developers really love purple! Don't get me wrong... I usually love their games, but this one just didn't grab my interest. It was also suggested by others that this was a relatively long game, but those first two chapters went by way too fast for me to believe that. Maybe I just play them too fast. I don't know anymore. Anyway, for what is there, it's not a bad game. I just feel that it's a rehash of the last 100 or so fantasy HOs that have been offered to us. Nothing special. As always, please try the demo and make up your own mind. This is a no-buy for me.
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from How Did This Game Escape? You will play as a monster hunter helping your friend, Evelyn, to find and rescue Pascal, another monster hunter. You will have your Bestiary to help you conquer any monsters you come across. You will start the search at an abandoned cathedral. Good stuff: There are several collectibles included with the CE bling. There are all the other game elements you would expect. You have the Bestiary to take care of threatening monsters by playing a different puzzle each time you use it. There is a Match 3 alternative to the HOPs. Bad stuff: The artwork is over-the-top colored, like the Devs just inherited an ink factory that exploded. And they somehow managed to make all that excessive color seem dark and dreary. The characters are not particularly interesting and the story is off base: You enter the cathedral to save Evelyn, who has been dragged inside by a troll. Evelyn is sure Pascal is hiding in the cathedral, but he is in a cage, captured by the trolls. But the troll leader, Jorlis, is still looking to capture a monster hunter. The trolls expect to use the monster hunter's soul to light their way to stop the sun and cause an eternal eclipse. It just seems as though the team communication was MIA as this game was developed. There will be more confusion as the game progresses. Bottom line: Between the anomalies and the color saturation there is little to make me want to play this game again, especially when the trolls are outside to capture us in the sun. After the whole adventure is predicated on the trolls wanting to banish the sun because it turns them to stone, being out in the sun to capture us is more than confusing - especially as I was on a bird flying above them. Please play the demo.
Date published: 2019-06-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ANOTHER PUZZLE HEAVY GAME With a replay of 27 mini games and only 18 HOS, this is yet another PUZZLE HEAVY GAME...not a hidden object game. AND there are many, many more than just 27 mini games. They are pretty much one right after another. The majority of time is spent doing puzzles, not on the story, which is always a secondary aspect for me, as there are only so many plots to a story that can be used. There is no effort or creativity in what little HOS there are with items so visible or large, I can complete them in seconds. Emphasis is on mini games and the collecting of endless inventory holding you hostage to scenes, as well as the usual back and forth. It's SOS and with such an imbalance of gameplay, this is not enjoyable whatsoever. It's another one for the uninstall icon in Game Manager.
Date published: 2019-06-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just another fairy tale whimsy Graphics and sound were good but that was about it. Lackluster storyline and waaay too many puzzles. I've been playing some of the older HO's and WOW! what happened. They actually had an interesting plot. For some of us fishies, one good plot is worth more than 1000 day glow trolls, dragons, cutesy pets, etc..
Date published: 2019-06-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Well, that was disappointing First, a caveat: I get really annoyed when voice actors can't read well. Especially when they take something as intriguing as a Medieval device such as a bestiary and call it a "beast-diary". That's as close as I can imagine spelling the mispronunciation. And many will probably say, why quibble? Because quality matters. And somebody did their homework with the whole concept of bestiaries and that should be respected. The visuals were cartoonish so not to my taste. Please try it to judge for yourself. Some of the mini games were inventive, but some of the devices were beyond absurd-you use a stamp to open the seat of the troll where you find, of course, a piano keyboard missing several keys. Naturally. So overall, I found this dumbed down and unappealing, so a definite no buy for me. Sorry, innovative story person who researched bestiaries. Your crew let you down.
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from too many puzzles... every time you turn around there is another puzzle.....seems forever before you advance in this game because of constant puzzles....the first one in this series was a washout....this one is not much better.....and the dayglo colors are too much....
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from UGH, FAR TOO MUCH BLUE AND PURPLE FOR ME TO ENJOY THE GAME Spirit Legends Solar Eclipse is the second game in the Spirit Legends series from Domini Games. Domini happens to be a developer whose games I generally enjoy but as with the first game in this series, Solar Eclipse fell flat for me. Okay, playing games and our reaction to them is very subjective so not everyone will feel the same about any game so there will be many who like this game but unfortunately, I am not one of them. When I began playing Solar Eclipse, my senses were overwhelmed by the overuse of blues and purples for the graphics in the game. Domini Games loves their intense, colorful graphics and for the most part so do I but when that color palette relies on blue and purple, it simply becomes a bit too unrealistic and too much for me. Not only did I find the color palette too intense, the voices of the trolls were so irritating that I couldn’t stand to hear them. Since Domini Games is a favorite developer who always goes the extra mile by certainly giving us value for the cost of their games, I generally purchase them without bothering with the demo. In the case of Solar Eclipse that was a huge mistake. Yes the HOS and the Puzzles are great so there is no complaint with that part of the game BUT I had to quit the game early on because I couldn’t deal with the storyline that at times made no sense, horrid voiceovers, and then there is the HUGE issue with the graphics. As much as I enjoy fantasy type games this one simply wasn’t my cup of tea. I doubt that I will ever purchase another Spirit Legends game without trying the demo. My hope is that in their future games Domini will tone down some of their graphics so that they are a bit easier on the eyes. What I did find excellent in the game were the puzzles and some of the HOS. The Bestiary, a spell book used to tame beasts, requires that we play mini games before each use and some of those were excellent and well-constructed. The gameplay was not always easy, and I did have to use the hint button quite frequently, in fact more often than usual. If all you want in a game is to find an abundance of puzzles with few HOS, then this is the game for you! In the end I didn’t finish the game because the voiceovers and all those blue and purple tones were overwhelming and at times simply irritating. Even though Spirit Legends is not a game I enjoyed, I recommend that you try the demo because the game might be perfect for you. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-06-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful My review is short. I uninstalled this game after less than 10 mins of play. It was cartoonish and unplayable in my opinion. I highly suggest a trial before buying this.
Date published: 2019-06-08
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