Witchcraft: Pandora's Box

Witchcraft: Pandora's Box

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The Witch-Crow has seized this world and continues to commit extreme atrocities. Now she has kidnapped your daughter with the help of Pandora’s Box.

Venture into a parallel world where extraordinary and magical creatures await. Uncover the magic that resides within and defeat the Witch to end her cruel tyranny.

Will you manage to avoid the traps and save your daughter?

  • Unusual puzzles and quests
  • Use powerful spells
  • Explore variety of locations!
  • Classic gameplay with detailed graphics

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  • OS: Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 729 MB

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Witchcraft: Pandora's Box

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Witchcraft: Pandora's Box is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enjoyed this game After reading other reviews I decided to use a free game coupon - nothing ventured nothing gained! I thoroughly enjoyed the game, OK it was a bit confusing at times but the hint button proved useful as did the map. I had no glitches and certainly no freezing. These kind of games fascinate me, loved doing the runes and finding where to use them. I don't remember buying any games by this dev before. Give it a try and hopefully enjoy it too.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Phantasmat: Nothing like this game! I tried this demo and I didn't want to stop. Despite usually waiting until "bigger" discount specials, I wanted to continue because it had me hooked; it was fun!
Date published: 2017-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Little Gem This game was a complete surprise and a very pleasant one . The opening was pretty basic graphics .But it then settled down to challenging gameplay . The fairy element may not be for everyone especially fans of Darker screen play Its bright and colourful No upping the brightness here!.The challenges within the game are a mixture of HOPs and puzzles ,despite the hint button recharging relatively fast there isn't too much in the way of hand holding and you do have to think for yourself over some tasks.. Kristidumplin, observed the task involving the rotating thing on a square seems impossible until I discovered it rotated the opposite way as well . I played for about 30 minutes on the demo far enough into the story line to know if it was worth while recommending. I would use a free game or a discount offer I suggest we watch out for these developers If they carry on producing games of this standard they will go far
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Refreshing and fun After completing the demo, I wanted to keep playing! This game is enjoyable, with clear graphics, new puzzles, jump map, good hint system without much hand holding, and good HOPS that actually tried to hide the items. While the witch looks scary, I didn't find anything scary/creepy here, just a fun fantasy/take on classic stories. I don't know how long the game is, that will factor in to whether I purchase it.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Could have been really good Was really enjoying playing this old fashioned game but there is a glitch in the programme that on checking many many other players seem to come across is so much that the game freezes part way through when a rune is needed to be collected to progress and nothing I tried to do i.e. uninstalling and reinstalling etc seems to resolve. I can only hope that the makers sort out this glitch and do a fix so we that have paid for it can play the rest of the game. In the meantime can only abandon and uninstall. I have given the game 4 stars as up until I came across the glitch I was engrossed in it.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than I expected! I have never played a game from the developer of this one. At least, if I have, I don't recall. Anyhow - I was, frankly, surprised at the level of challenge in this game. You aren't going to get the WOW factor in this game that you have come to expect in most of the current hidden object games, but, the stuff I think helps in a game is in this one. There is a jump map that shows where you are, where the action is, and which places are unavailable. I don't have to wear out my shoe leather wandering about aimlessly. I like that. The hidden object scenes are about the same. Certain items require a step or two to get found and the scenes are interactive. Some items you really have to search for, and I like that. The colors are bright, scenes are easy to get around in. I'm not stumbling around in some murky room, madly clicking, hoping to find something that is on the list. The music is appropriate for the game, as well. Puzzles and mini-games are fine. For example, there are two bas-reliefs that need to be rebuilt. You are asked to find 5 relief pieces, but, when you have gathered those 5 and go to build the reliefs, there are many more pieces to deal with. The ONLY thing I found in the 45 minutes or so that I played the game is a rotating square doo-dad that you have to turn to access a temple in the past, present, and future. If you turn it to a certain rune, you go to the past. Another to the present, and so on. I got stuck and hit the very helpful hint button that showed me I needed to be on that rune. I went - and turned - and got nowhere. The hint button told me again that I needed to be at the square doo-dad. I found myself having to turn the darn thing several times to hit where I needed to go. That's the only thing I found a bit frustrating. The hint button, as I said before, is helpful. It will tell you where you need to go and recharges quickly on the "casual" setting. There are difficulty settings in the options menu. Overall, I have enjoyed the game. I only played the game for 45 minutes or so before doing this review, but, I don't have to play a game to the end to decide if I like it or not. I will use a PCC for this game and will consider it well-spent.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very Short Game Based on all of it. I was different in some ways, lots of puzzles not that challenging. You draw runes about 20 times. I bought it because I liked the different settings and design. But the animation is poor and story is non existent. Game play jumped all over, you need the map, it was very simplistic and very, very short. Played in in 3 hours start to finish. All seemed a bit pointless.
Date published: 2017-12-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I LOVED THE CHALLENGE BUT THE CONS OUTWEIGH THE PROS I took this journey, after opening up Pandora's box. I chased the evil Crow Witch through three different portals, of past, present and future. My journey came to an end however when a glitch (that several players experienced) prevented me from progressing. The graphics are about as basic as basic gets. There are no voiceovers, but there isn't a ton of dialog to bog it down either. The HOP's are basic listed items with slight interactions, and the mini games are pretty easy to solve. It may sound like this is a horrible game, and yet...... I found myself thoroughly engrossed in the game. It doesn't have those obvious tasks, you know the ones, use this item here, find that item there, run back and forth placing hundreds of emblems, finding 500 different keys, and searching for doorknobs that are missing from every door, drawer and cabinet ever made. Everything was going great, until it wasn't. Towards the end of the demo I found myself unable to select the rune I needed to give to my little Lilliputian helper that I just rescued from the clutches of the evil witch. I searched walkthroughs, only to confirm I had done everything correctly, and visited the forums, where I discovered that several other gamers were having the same exact issue. Obviously some people were able to get past this point, so I will use a PCC to purchase the game, and redownload the game using a different profile to see if I can work through the issue. Bottom line is, if you can overlook oldschool graphics and the game works in its entirety, I think you'll find the game to have just enough challenge to keep your interest. Enjoy, hopefully!
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Here We Go Again Based on Demo... Yet another "child snatched by someone evil" story. The graphics were bright and clear, but cartoony. I always play with the sound off, so I can't comment on VO's or atmosphere. I liked the interactive HOS, but was left floundering as regards actions needed, and had to rely on the Hint button too much. There is a rune stone tablet which you have to recharge every time you use it by tracing a pattern of lines. I hate this type of repetitive puzzle. I also hate the Simon Says type of puzzle encountered in a mini-game here. I feel like I've played this story one too many times, and seen much better versions.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 1½ stars...Some interesting ideas, but too simple and repetitive. SUMMARY…I'm afraid I didn't last through the demo, but quit after the second jigsaw puzzle. The fact that another puzzle was a matching pairs contributed to my quitting. HO scenes were simple interactive lists, and puzzles were repetitive and too easy. I didn't mind the lack of voiceovers, but there should have been better environmental sounds to make up for it. It was just too silent. The graphics were a bizarre blend of hyper-realistic, painterly, and cartoonish. The storyline was pro forma: your daughter is kidnapped by an evil witch who steals the energy of others to bring back her youth. I did like the changeable portal that led to three different places, depending upon how you set the controls, but that bit of creativity couldn't override the lack of creativity elsewhere.
Date published: 2017-11-26
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