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AMAX Interactive proudly presents Haunted Legends: The Scars of Lamia – the next captivating chapter in the classic Haunted Legends series!

Murder has come to the quiet streets of Sauvetage, and all the victims share a pattern of mysterious, glowing scars. The Cardinal sends you to investigate, but things take an even darker turn when the killer is unmasked, and you learn just how far some will go to keep the city’s secrets hidden. Can you discover the secret behind the glowing scars and stop the victims from piling up in this gripping hidden object puzzle adventure?

  • Head to Sauvetage City to investigate a string of mysterious crimes in the bonus game!
  • Earn a variety of unique achievements!
  • Tons of morphing lanterns and puzzle pieces to find!
  • Enjoy replayable HOPs and mini-games, exclusive wallpapers, soundtrack, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1048 MB

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Haunted Legends: The Scars of Lamia Collector's Edition is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Damsels in Distress Haunted Legends once again delivers a lovely game. I thought the graphics were stunning. The atmosphere of hazy clouds, gently drifting leaves, and light reflecting off the damp scenery added the right amount of spookiness to set the scenes as they unfolded. I really appreciate that this developer creates a fair balance between mini-games, and HOs. The mini-games are for the most part easy breezy so avid puzzlers may be disappointed. A lot, not all, of the HOs were list items but I found them enjoyable. Towards the end of the game there was a great deal of going back and forth so the map was useful and the storyline held my interest so it didn't feel tedious. Off to play the bonus game. Cheers!
Date published: 2019-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our "amis français" are back with a new story! Hooray! St. Germaine, that height challenged grumpy villain is back, along with the inscrutable Cardinal Richileau (I know they don't name him, but who else could it be???) with his superbly arrogant bad kitty. I totally love this series, and these regulars are a wonderfully familiar chain that locks the whole series together. The only area I marked a little less on was the artwork because it could have been more crisp and less gray tone and de-focused. I did note that the puzzles were somewhat easy this time round, but that is fine by me. I play these games for the adventure and HO aspects not the puzzles. I'm going to buy this game as soon as I can. I love the surprise at the end of the demo, which goes a long way to making this story unpredictable. Normally I don't post until I've played the whole game, but the other negative reviews made me want to give another view point "tout de suite"! Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2019-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A few twists I won't spoil for you I really liked playing this game. I have one screensaver on my pc now that has a moving waterfall from this game that is nice. I really liked the list hops they are art filled and large enough to see well. They were a joy to me. The story and plot and twists were entertaining to me. The puzzles were mixed. I liked the jigsaws, in the right order, Simon said, and matching pairs. They do have a number of harder mini-games, like timing for a ball. I didn't like the harder ones like the horse puzzle and in the bonus chapter they have a maze that I was getting motion sick from, and I love mazes normally. The guide has the finished answer if you want to figure how to do things. I did like that they had multiple places to go. In the third chapter they had 9 scenes open and the map has a timer circling to the place you have something to do. So I would just go there and figure out what needs to be done. There is a black cat besides the cardinal's cat that you see around this city. I would just watch him play with a toy mouse. The bonus chapter has a jeweler and his son in trouble that you help. The collectibles are puzzle pieces that you do that has a bit of the story when completed. There is 26 morphing lanterns. There are 4 chapters + bonus chapter. Replays on 14 hops and 13 mini-games, 15 movies and 4 music. Achievements, 5 wallpapers, 6 screensavers and 8 concept art.
Date published: 2019-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Type of game I like Love these games. Good puzzles, beautiful graphics, good sound. I like the reoccurring characters and the Victorian-like setting and time period. My favorites. Modern stuff just isn't appealing to the eye, imo. The art in these games are lovely and appealing.
Date published: 2019-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HAUNTED LEGENGS- THE SCARS OF LAMIA THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE GAMES, THIS ONE IS GREAT .THERE IS ALOT OF INTERACTION WITH OBJECTS, AND PLENTY OF EASIER GAMES TO PLAY, BEAUTIFUL COLORS ,I LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR WHEN THE GOOD HAUNTED GAMES COME OUT FOR HALLOWEEN. I HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY THIS ,FINALLY NOT A DISSAPPOINTMENT, THERE IS 4 CHOICES TO PLAY. I BOUGHT THIS ONE AFTER 15 MINUTES INTO GAME. I HOPE THERE ARE MORE TO COME FROM HAUNTED LEGENDS.
Date published: 2019-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Despite the appearance of St. Germain ... For those of you new to Haunted Legends, the recurring character is a miserable little miscreant named St. Germain. While his backstory, which explains how he became what he is today, is sorrowful and shouldn't happen to anyone, his persistence in chasing evil is by his own choice to regain his former stature and good looks. To those of us who collect Haunted Legends, his presence can become tiresome; nonetheless, the game play is such that the nasty little imp can be ignored. I played the demo and enjoyed it thoroughly and am buying the game. While the opening gambit is always the same, it hardly matters once past the assignment of the mission and gaining access to the person who needs our help. I recommend this game, especially if this is your first foray into Haunted Legends. I know you'll have a good time. Oh, right - and the mini games are a lot of fun. Enjoy!
Date published: 2019-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Superb Graphics. Great Design. BUT….Spoiler Played full game and bonus. Beautifully crafted and designed game. Excellent graphics, characterization and interesting story. Well designed décor, scenes and locations. Great voice overs and a very long game. The story moved forward with mostly enjoyable tasks and without boring amulets or constantly making items or potions. Note: you can often find puzzle pieces in boxes, drawers etc., rather than the regular hiding places. There is a lot of back and forth and the hint doesn’t transport all the time, and more of that takes place towards the end of the main story. I’ll add a spoiler at the end, so beware. Hidden Object Games are beautiful, interactive and provide clarity with a few oversights. Like a cat needs a toy, knew it was the dangling thing, but had a hard time getting it to connect, so kept trying and cat finally caught it and moved so I could obtain object. I enjoyed the cat. Had one that actually gave me the same dirty look. Mini games…SIGH! Now I am going to nitpick. Way too many. They are very well crafted, but I really grew tired of shuffling items around. Now don’t get me wrong, some of them are fun and short, but some are absolutely nightmares for a non-fan of the shuffle, turn, change, move, follow the map, and remember 6 notes in sequence to open a door. Good thing we can skip them. Also it was disappointing that there are a few Mini games that use hints and you must stick with them until done. Like one with 4 fingers each on 2 hands, total of 8 fingers you have to close them in sequence to get the item…Ugh! I noticed that the bonus game is filled with many puzzles as well. Also, in the bonus game St. Germain, usually a nasty little guy, must have found a potion that made him grow to the size of a normal man because he stood face to face with another character. In the bonus game, the game froze after I put the rings and contract into the fire, so closed it out and reopened and it was fine. ANOTHER Mini game after giving St. Germain a taste of his own devilment, a 24-block game to slide blocks to move two doors into center (skipped it) and it sends you to the Cardinal’s office and at least you get a thank you for your services. SPOILER…SPOILER…SPOILER End of regular game. Drink the water. Cured. DONE! OVER! That’s it! No closure regarding the other people involved, sort of anti-climatic and a turn off after playing a very long game. Developers need to make exciting introductions and equally exciting and satisfying endings. Often the ball is dropped on both. Too often the introduction is lack luster and the endings are duds leaving me for one scratching my head and wondering if I’ll purchase another game just to be disappointed. I want solid, dynamic and jaw dropping endings. And, I don’t think I’m the only one who feels this way. It’s like the developers get tired or rushed for finalization and say oh that’s good enough. Well it isn’t! So, expecting some closure in the bonus game another surprise. It’s an altogether different story line, so no continuity when it was a really good opportunity to fill in any blanks left open to bring closure to the families who suffered from the spells or at least make the ending more dynamic. Overall, even with my few complaints, I found the game fun to play and like I said a long game with beautifully displayed scenes and characters, so I recommend it. Just don't try to play it in one day if you aren't a Mini game fan! :)
Date published: 2019-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from THE SCARS OF ST. GERMAIN STILL REMAIN REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 48 pages (My time: 6 Hours) OPINION: Agent! You are off to Sauvenage City to investigate another baffling case involving women afflicted with luminescent scars. Contend with two evildoers as you all battle each other to locate the “source” of this malady and cure. The annoying dwarf, St. Germain returns; however, he is a bit player in this game. Although I found the story bizarre, I found the game itself a decent addition to the series. The beginning of the main game is fast paced; however, the end is snail-paced with a great deal of back-and-forth action between scenes. There are two collectibles, morphing lanterns and puzzle fragments. The fragments create six pictures which give information about the characters from the game. Most are easy to locate but there are some which are well-hidden within the scenes. The graphics within the scenes are beautifully illustrated as in most of this developer’s games. There are seventeen (17) HOP scenes within the game – fourteen (14) of which can be replayed. Most of the scenes are standard lists of items or silhouette. There are a few matching and storybook scenes as well. Most of the scenes lack variety. They are simple searches with little creative design. There are also twenty (20) mini-HOP scenes which consist of searching for six (6) to twelve (12) items or fragments of items within a scene. Nevertheless, there is one scene which I found creatively designed and puzzle-like. The player is given a map of a labyrinth. In the labyrinth the player must search for silhouette items which uncover parts of directional signs with symbols on them. Once the signs have been restored, the player must choose the one which matches with one of the symbols on the map and then proceed in that direction. I found the mini-games better designed that the HOP scenes. There are forty-five (45) mini-games which vary in difficulty and style. I found most of moderate difficulty. There is an option for some of the mini-games to be played in either a casual or hard mode. With this number of mini-games, I am somewhat disappointed that more them were not offered to be replayed at the conclusion of the game. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a sequel. Return to Sauvenage City to investigate the case of a missing young man. Gustav Lefer has disappeared after acquiring a strange ring. Discover how this ring is tied into his disappearance. Evildoer, St. Germain makes an encore appearance in this chapter as well. It is a long chapter which I feel is well-worth the collector’s edition designation. I like the story better in this chapter than that from the main game. I also feel the activities are more creatively designed as well. There are eleven (11) mini-games and six (6) HOP scenes, along with one mini-HOP scene. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • Fourteen (14) achievements. • Collect thirty-six (36) puzzle fragments to create six (6) pictures which tell more about the characters from the game. • Collect twenty-six (26) morphing objects (lanterns) • Five (5) wallpapers and six (6) screensavers along with concept art, music and video sequences • Replay fourteen (14) HOP scenes and thirteen (13) mini-games SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Matching/Sequence puzzle. On a piano, press keys with symbols on them in sequential order to match up with those on a sheet of music. B. Casual/Hard. Switch puzzle. Switch hexagonal pieces to restore an image. In the hard version, rotate the pieces as well C. Switch puzzle. Switch butterflies around a circle so that the colors on the wings match those from colored disks in the center of the circle. D. Map puzzle. Place 9 arrows into a box to plot a route for a horse while avoiding obstacles in its path. All arrows are used. (Repeated from the demo) E. Switch puzzle. Switch fan blades to create an image on a fan. F. Switch puzzle. Switch animal tokens so each is in its appropriate habitat BONUS CHAPTER G. Map puzzle. Follow given directions by moving onto spaces within a grid (north, south, east, and west) according to given clues. H. Casual/Hard. Maze puzzle. Move through a maze while avoiding a ghost and other obstacles. Wander the maze to locate items which can be used to tackle the obstructions I. Moving blocks puzzle. Move blocks up-and-down to create a path for 2 parts of a door to intersect and combine with each together.
Date published: 2019-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Been better from you! Good story line but it got very boaring in spots, was pretty and fun a times..maybe next time
Date published: 2019-10-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from frustrating I love the dwarf and i thought, wow here he is again. But, he only appears 2 or 3 times in the whole game - that's why the story is extremely weak. And now as i get to the second part of the game - the story even disappeared. You just walk around and do stupid minigames, which you cannot even skip, but have to use the hintbutton for to solve them. I'm very disapponted that the developers didn't put the amount of work it takes to get a good storyline, which takes you through the whole game. Without a story which takes your attention - you just wander around in the dark - and there are really way too many things to do, without knowing why and this is boring. Let the dwarf play an active role and give us a good storyline! Please!
Date published: 2019-09-02
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