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Friendly Fox invites you on the newest mystical adventure in the Living Legends series!

Your brother’s invited you to Sunshine Island for Neptune Day! The festivities will celebrate the treaty between the Islanders and the people of the sea. But instead of a heartfelt reunion with your brother, you’re met with a curse that turns people into salt statues and monsters! Someone’s angered the Lord of the Sea and his daughters, putting the lives of everyone on the island at stake! Can you repair the rift between the two peoples to save your brother and the rest of the island in time? Find out in this breathtaking Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure.

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Save Davy Jones and his Flying Dutchman from Sea Witch’s magic! Find the Warlock Captain’s stash!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games.
  • Collect special characters and morphing objects throughout the game to earn a special bonus game!
  • Enjoy concept art, screensavers, and music from the game! Save them for later!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1834 MB

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Living Legends: Voice of the Sea Collector's Edition is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this game. Everything about this game was so entertaining and challenging. Made my day playing it. I so highly recommend. Big Fish has the Best-Games-Ever!
Date published: 2021-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from CURSES! ANOTHER ISLAND HOLIDAY RUINED REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 4 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 41 pages (My Time: 8 Hours) OPINION: Enjoy a seafaring adventure loosely based upon the Hans Christian Anderson tale of “The Little Mermaid.” I loved the first part of this game. However, as the game progressed, the game became boring to me - mired down in the doldrums of repetitive stories and actions. The actions are the same throughout the main game. Sail from one sea monster to another attempting to return their hideous presence to their former human self. The sequence is the same. Find the monster, locate a magic pearl, give the pearl to Morgana (your storyteller helper), listen to her narrate a tale of woe about the character, play the same Match-3 game, then receive a token to return the monster to its former human self. Curses! This whole island is cursed, and you will need to not only remove them from five characters but also locate and return an item which has a special significance to that person. By the end of the game, I was saying “Curses! How many more monsters do I need to save?” Yawn! I think this game would have been better if it were shorter or provided a little more variety in the gameplay. One feature I did enjoy about the game is the side bar on the left which indicates how many collectibles are remaining within the scene. I do wish more developers provided this feature. The collectibles are morphing objects and game characters. Every scene has two of each. I found some were easy to locate; however, I did have problems locating a few of them. However, I enjoy a challenge and I found this a good thing. If the player locates all the characters, a map puzzle is made available to play upon completion of the game. The game has beautiful artwork. The soundtrack is the same one as in most of this developer’s games. I do hope this developer will develop a new theme song for their games. STORY: Play Amber as she ventures off to celebrate Neptune Day on Sunshine Island with her brother, Adam. After years apart, both are excited at the reunion. This day celebrates the harmonious relationship between the sea dwellers and the inhabitants of the island. However, when the mermaid who forged the truce, Ayrine disappears, her sister mermaids believe she is dead and blame her death on the island’s residents. They have placed a curse upon the residents and since you are not a resident, you are their only hope in stopping this curse. Is Ayrine dead or is she missing? The answer rests with an evil denizen of the ocean, the Sea Witch, who has ensnared the whole island kingdom in her net of deceit. VERDICT: This is a long game which I feel would be better if it were shorter. I did enjoy the game. I feel it is worth purchasing and playing. There are some fantastic HOP scenes and puzzles. However, to me, it is not outstanding. Sorry, but I do not feel this is worthy of an editor's choice award. There are some good features within this game; however, to me, there is a lot of filler - making the game longer through the same repetitive actions. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 18 achievements. (Some have 3 parts) • 26 game scenes. • Collect 52 morphing objects and 52 characters from the game. Every scene has 2 morphing objects and 2 characters. • 8 wallpapers and 5 screensavers, along with concept art, music, and video sequences • Morgana a helper sea creature who will help you when you locate and give her a magic pearl. • Replay 20 HOP scenes and 17 mini-games. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a sequel. Play Adam, Amber’s brother, as he helps Davy Jones save his ship, the Flying Dutchman, from the ghost of Mary Reed, the ship’s former captain. Mary has been cursed by the Sea Witch and you, as Adam, must find a way to allow her to escape this curse. There are six (6) mini-games and nine (9) HOP scenes. I felt the pace dragged a little in this chapter. Nevertheless, with all the activities within this chapter, it is worthy of a collector’s edition. HOP SCENES: There are twenty-eight (28) HOP scenes, twenty (20) of which can be replayed at the end of the game. Some of these are what I consider mini-HOP scenes, which are searches for six or less items. I feel the best part of the game are the HOP scenes. They are highly interactive. They include the standard lists of items and silhouette scenes. There are also matching scenes, rebus clues, scenes in which items are to be replaced into the proper place within the scene. There is even a FROG in the bonus chapter! A few scenes have a mini-game within them as well. MINI-GAMES: There are thirty-eight (38) mini-games, seventeen (17) of which can be replayed upon completion of the game. There is a variety of different styles, and most are thematic. Some of the puzzles have the option to be played in either an easy or hard mode. SPOILERS: HERE ARE A FEW OF THE 38 MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: (E = Easy; H = Hard) A. Match 3 game. Fight a squid (Davy Jones) by filing up your bar with tokens before he does in 20 moves. (Same puzzle is played throughout the game) B. Connection puzzle. Connect thread points with each other on an embroidery hoop without crossing lines. C. Rope puzzle. Untangle a rope so no parts intersect with each other. D. Switch puzzle. Switch pieces on a pocket watch to restore an image. E. Checkers puzzle. Move colored gems on a magic wand, jumping over other gems to a free open space until all gems are in their matching slots. F. Switch puzzle. On a circular grid switch tokens so that they are next to the two symbols which, when combined, create the image on the token. G. Checkers puzzle. On a grid full of roses, have the roses jump over each other to a free space until only one remains. BONUS CHAPTER: A. E/H. Logic puzzle. Place colored fireworks into boxes as per written instructions. B. Bullseye puzzle. Move 3 sliders into position to knock down a stalactite. C. Maze puzzle. Find a way through a maze by choosing between 3 doors at each turn using a guide with symbols on it.
Date published: 2021-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reminded me of the older games which I much prefer to the dull and boring stuff being churned out everyday.! This was a good game lots of things to do. Tons of puzzles and HOS's, storyline was interesting. There was some back and forth that got to be tedious but a really good game. I spent 5 hours start to finish. Lot's of items to collect. I prefer fantasy to the extremely boring detective games set in more modern day - which make me fall asleep. Why in heavens name would I want to see the same stuff I see around me every day, often using the same tools which I have to re-find almost every scene. Give me fantasy any day over that garbage. The graphics were beautiful. The voice over's were great. Fun game. Kept my interest through out.
Date published: 2021-06-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What's Your Tolerance Level? Does a slow-moving story make you crazy? Is the lack of logic that impels a character to send his sister into the water with the attacking mermaids, that which will make you scream? Perhaps it is the use of the same repetitive violin music that has been used in the games of a series for years that will finally push you over the edge. Yeah, me too. So I can tell you that the story holds a group of characters that have all broken their word, lied, or been under-handed. I can tell you that the contrivance of a "magical" artifact that must be fed pearls - this time, other items in previous games - is the source of complaints that there is a lot of dialogue/reading. I can tell you that the music - loudest during mini-games and HOGs - is the same as previous LL games and does NOT wear well with age. And I can tell you that 4 collectibles in each scene is not enough to raise my dying enthusiasm. Will I buy this game? Not for money, but if I am sufficiently bored and desperate, I may take the CE free in a sale or get the SE with a coupon. You will need to make your own decision. Please play the demo.
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Never thought I'd give a low rating to a Living Legends game I'm almost done with the main game. It's been like watching paint dry. I have loved the other Living Legends game. This one isn't the same and clearly misses the mark. It is slow and tedious. It's very dark when it shouldn't be. I literally couldn't see many scenes. We have a brother and sister reuniting after some time apart and they are supposed to attend Neptune Day, but the very angry mermaids have other plans. Someone stole their sister and they are just out for revenge... turning everyone into salt statues. The brother disappears somewhere, then we meet Davy Jones and a sea witch and the story goes downhill from there. Very confusing as far as the plot goes. You get 4 items to find in each scene. Friendly Fox is never stingy with their collectibles. They are quite hard to see bc everything is so dark. Hoping the bonus chapter is at least good bc I'm pretty disappointed by this purchase. I don't recommend.
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty colors but bland content Nothing new or special about this game. There were way too many cut scenes and not enough game play which was pretty boring and repetitive anyway. Although the artwork is attractive for the most part it was often too dark which makes playing more of a chore than enjoyment . I love HOs. They can be challenging and ingenious and fun.... but when the scenes are so dark and murky that finding objects becomes a fastidious strain on the eyes they are absolutely no fun at all. Its pretty easy to hide objects in so much shadow and murkiness that the player can not at all make out where the objets are let alone what they are. What fun is it to not even be able to see the object with the help of the hint button ! The HO is no longer a challenge but an exercise in frustration management ! I see it as laziness on the part of the developer and the result is a major loss in the quality of the gameplay.
Date published: 2021-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from SLOW MOVING - MUCH READING & DIALOGUE Perhaps it is time to give Living Legends a rest. These games have become repetitive and boring. I own most of them and I have enjoyed them but now they are just a repeat of prior games with a different story line. This game has quite a bit of reading and long dialogues which moves the story along slowly. The graphics are excellent as always with this dev. There are of course morphs and collectables which is fun but again the story moves forward slowly. Try the demo before you buy. I will recommend this game as some will find it interesting and fun especially if you have not played many of the games in this series.
Date published: 2021-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Another "old" game This game reminds me of games released in 2013-14. Sort of childish graphics, childish fairytale premise, and a really sort of bland storyline that takes forever to get somewhere. The game has a repetitive play, there is a curse placed on everyone on an island because they supposedly broke a promise with king Neptune. As a visitor to this island, you have to repeat actions with several cursed characters by playing a game, then taking a pearl from them, place it into a magical vessel that tells you a story about the cursed character, then you have to find an object they lost to break their curse. Rinse and repeat, that's the game play...with the childish repetitive purply graphics, it really is not a very fun game, at least not for adults. I like the occasional easy mindless game, but this game is just juvenile without any charm. I think Big Fish you have forgotten the audience that actually buys these games, and it is not children. It is sad when I cannot even bring myself to use my free coupons to buy a game. Going to continue to play older much better games I have bought in the past 7 years and wait for better times...
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pre teen fairytale And yet another release of the seemingly never ending pre teen fairytale games. Seems that BF doesn't plan on publishing any more games for those of us who are over 16.
Date published: 2021-06-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bored to death One of the worst games this year. Boring characters. boring story. Terrible voice acting and terrible dialog.
Date published: 2021-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from SLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! boring, tedious game.wanted to like this game...no way. so slow.if you are looking for a nap time game..this is it.
Date published: 2021-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Women roles are never empowered in a positive light When are developers going to start creating games that empower female characters? This was weak, pathetic. I'm tired of playing or seeing female characters as victims, or less important than male characters. It's a turn off for me. More modern thinking games that reflect our actual times are desperately needed please.
Date published: 2021-06-03
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