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Sunward Games presents the newest addition to the Endless Fables series!

Your friend has gone missing while researching Norse Myths. Your search for him quickly takes a dark turn as you encounter a man with the ability to freeze people and objects! Will you be able to find your friend in time, or will your ice-cold adversary be your downfall? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
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  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Endless Fables: Frozen Path is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful Summer game that got a lot better after the trial I admit I wasn't going to buy this. I thought the trial was slow and a bit boring. But I had a coupon and got this because the horned woman looked so intriguing and the CE reviews were pretty good and if I didn't like it I could just delete it.. I like CE's so missed the bling and guide but I rarely used the hint button on this game but really used the map a lot. It got so much better and more intriguing. I like fables any ways. I bought the CE yesterday of this game on sale, so I can use the bling, the guide on some puzzles and play the bonus game. So will play it later on since I just finished the SV. I know the CE came out April, five months ago, but when I try out a game, I keep it on my list to buy or not buy and replay from the start when I get around to it, because I want to play when I want to play. If I don't start at the beginning again it seems like something is missing or I don't take the whole game in since I have a lot of time in between trying it and playing it. I counted 15 Hops and was very happy with them. I only liked 6 Mini-games. They were, place the right flower shape in the notched shape, place icons in the right notched place, follow the wolf like Simon said, snake Simon said, strike the snake, wolf chess moves. I thought they were fun. Skipped Ten puzzles, always skip fool with it and perplexing puzzles when I don't have a guide to look at and not every puzzle is easy for every non-beginner. Not everybody can do every thing so don't feel bad if puzzles aren't easy for you. I don't think mini-puzzle add anything to the story it only slows you down. But Hops are important in Hop games. That's why I play and buy from that category. What I found interesting since this is a Norse Fable was, Old Norse is the North Germanic language of the Scandinavian people before the 14th Century according to the Dictionary. Search on-line it looks like just German. This game has a gadget that is a snow globe for evidence. I thought it was cool looking. I didn't care for some of the music I thought it was shrilly in parts. The music around the horned lady was beautiful movie music. I could live all day without the whining wolf. So I thought I found a gem using a coupon on this game.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from PROVING HOD'S INNOCENCE My mind really hasn't changed much after playing most of this game after the demo. I haven't finished the game, and the saddest part is, there's nothing compelling enough to entice me to do so! After the demo, when I entered the Ship of the Dead, the game piqued my interest briefly, but then it just became monotonous once again with, find this, find that, do this, do that. Once again, very little was added to the storyline,just a sentence here and there, and for some reason the storyline doesn't really advance, it just repeats what's already been told. All you know is that you must prove that Hod is innocent, not with the why, what, when and where. I will say that the music is pretty good as well as the graphics. You have been asked to help search for your friend Peter who went missing while searching for evidence of a Norse God. The local doctor, Claudia is Peter's wife, and the one who asked for your help. Is there a search party? No! Is Claudia too distraught to be of much help? No! In fact, she is working at the hospital, and using some pretty unethical treatment options on one of the miners that was with Peter when he disappeared. Hypnosis didn't do the trick so she uses a microscope to somehow come up with a cure for his amnesia, don't laugh, it works instantly, it's a miracle I tell ya! Now the patient, Dan, recalls that the entrance to the mine collapsed and Peter was inside, got it. Now I choose to visit the mine all by my lonesome to rescue Peter. Problem is, the generator that runs the cart to the mine needs gas and a fuse, pay no attention to the half a dozen gears spewn about the generator room, I'm sure those are just extra parts. Peter was trying to find the prison that the Norse god Hod was thrown into after shooting his brother Baldur. The legend states that Odin imprisoned Hod in an underground prison guarded by a tentacled monster, so why is he at the top of a mountain in the first place, shouldn't he be looking into the bottom of the mountain? In the Collector's Edition version, there are Morphing Objects and the Morphs are very discrete, and slow to morph. The item morphing doesn't turn into something that just looks like it doesn't belong, which makes it stick out like a sore thumb, so as far as morphs go, these are fairly decent. There are also Collectible Flamblings, but they don't blend in as well because they are little flame creatures in Orange, Blue and Purple hues, it's not a bad feature either, and at least I don't have to tote a little Flambling around as an assistant. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with just about every type imaginable. There are Interactive List finds, Fragment finds, Keywords in Sentence finds, and Interactive Progressive finds where you interact with 12 items in the scene and use those items back in the scene logically to expose the next item. The Mini Games are endless as well, none are really new, and most can be solved on the first attempt. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Connect pairs of matching colored gears by dragging chains without crossing paths. 2) Hit icicles with a slingshot when the moving target turns green. 3) Select register buttons according to the clue. 4) Find matching pairs of keys by flipping over 2 keys at a time and matching the symbols on each key. 5) Select latches to open them all, selecting one may affect others. 6) Select buttons to light up all latches, either 2 or 3 moves clockwise, or counterclockwise. 7) Select two adjacent triangles to rotate them and the steering wheel to swap them to complete the picture. 8) Use directional mirrors to direct color coded beams of light to their matching colored gem. 9) Recreate the sequence of the buttons by clicking on them until the desired symbol is shown to match the clue given. 10) Select unobstructed bars one at a time to remove them all. 11) Clear the debris in the correct order. 12) Drag colored grid pieces into the correct colored positions. Then drag the key from the left to the exit on the right side of the board. Endless Fables games available: The Minotaur's Curse (3-12-16) The Collector's Edition has 18 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, replayable Video Movies, replayable Hidden Object Scenes and Mini Games, 20 Morphing Objects, Collectible Hidden Flamblings (7 Blue Flambling, 7 Orange Flambling, 7 Purple Flamblings) a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. I'm sure this will delight many gamers, but for me, it was just an okay game.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from (Endless = Never Ending) + (Fable = Legend/Myth) = Interminable Story Old college friend, Claudia, has traveled north with her husband, Peter. Peter wishes to study the origins of Norse Myths and wants to explore an old coal mine. There is an explosion in the mine and only Peter's assistant, Dan, is pulled out. Peter cannot be found. Claudia begs you to come investigate. Good stuff: Usual SE game elements are here: HOPs with a pair matching alternative, mini-games and puzzles, music, artwork, and a tiny story. All done as simply and ordinary as possible. Bad stuff: Once again, logic left the building BEFORE the game was built. So the caduceus and letter H in your luggage belong to the hospital where Cynthia works as doctor. Presumably she sent them to you and did not plan on going in the cabinets for equipment and meds till you arrived! You force a key from the lock of the inn to get inside. You are chasing the man you just saw freeze a monument and erect a wall of ice at the end of the street. Presumably you will protect yourself with your smile! You need the save the newly frozen innkeeper. The amulet to open the cache of firewood out in the street is buried in the ashes of the old fire. Presumably you always search through stove ashes before looking for firewood! Once you thaw out the frozen innkeeper, he sends you, a young woman, after the being who just froze him. Chivalry is dead! The caduceus and letter H in your luggage belong to the hospital where Cynthia works as doctor. Presumably she sent them to you and did not plan on going in the cabinet and lock box for meds and equipment till you arrived! After every development there is a repetition of the dramatic music thought appropriate for drama. The story, such as it is, moves at a pace that makes glaciers look like race cars! There is very little drama in spite of the music and very little interest developed in where we are headed in this fable. In the nature of full disclosure, I should tell you that I never reviewed the CE of this game because I fell asleep very early in the CE Demo. Now I know why! Please try the demo for yourself to help you make an informed decision. Keep some coffee warm.
Date published: 2017-05-15
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