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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

After several centuries of peace, a terrible new evil threatens the Lost Lands! Rumors are spreading of four mysterious horsemen cutting a path of terror throughout the land. They burn villages, freeze the water, and bring darkness wherever they go. The horsemen are after a key that will allow them to control parallel worlds, and they'll stop at nothing to get it. As the champion of the Lost Lands, you're the only one brave enough to face them... but can you track them down and stop them in time? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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"This game is going to set the standard for all future games. I cannot believe the quality of the work that went into making it!" - Lynn, Beta Tester

"Totally loved it, and since I now know that it is a sequel I will be ordering the original! The graphics, the audio, everything was very enjoyable!" –Edith, Beta Tester

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:

  • Explore the story from a new angle in the bonus game
  • Collect morphing objects, trophies, and bonus puzzles
  • Wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, and more!
  • A comprehensive Strategy Guide is included

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1060 MB

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Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen Collector's Edition is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 135.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than an HO game I loved the game. The storyline kept you moving from place to place obtaining items from one to use against another; Light and Dark; fire and water. There weren't as many HOs, or so it seemed, but more of a story where you traveled along solving various problems. The map works great between the levels from dwarf and up. I could tell you more but then I'd be giving away the game. I had a great time playing it and totally recommend it to others. I love the Lost Lands games anyway so maybe I'm spoiled. Try it, you'll like it.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from „Titavhassa Etox Rotok!“ conjures Maaron - Extras and Bonus The intro is impressive. We see Gandalf, who calls himself Maaron now, shouting a mighty enchantment to summon help against the four deadly horsemen who have been sighted in the Lost Lands. His magic gets him a young mother, whisked away directly from the shopping mall --- and he hardly can believe that this „feeble female“ should be the „Chosen One“. I couldn't believe it either. This guileless woman looks as if she could operate a micro wave or brandish a credit card. But fight four horsemen? Shoot with bow and arrow? Forge herself arrowheads? Quite a fantastic idea. The heroine is for me the weakest link in this aventure. I'm female myself, but couldn't identify with this helpless bimbo in her tight leather jacket. Why didn't they chose a teenager, e.g. a Lord of the Ring enthusiast who would fit perfectly into dangerous fantasy worlds? Meh, at least Susanne doesn't sport high heels. But she blunderingly loses the priceless compass. Simply the wrong cast. On the other hand, if she'd be more skillful, the game would probably be much shorter ;) All the other characters are fabulous and likeable. Not that there are many. Apart from Maaron, we meet the dwarf Folnur who will accompany us through the game. He has a long, braided beard and a hefty, earthy voice with a slightly inebriated slur. But that's only natural; one can't forbid dwarves their daily mead consumption. Folnur is a mechanic genius, too. He invented inter alia an awesome underground roller coaster on which we enjoy a splendid ride. We will encounter a helpful werewolf, a conceited mermaid and Mountgore, a hovering god with four arms and much wisdom. And then, there is the centaur. He nearly bursts with muscles and testosteron. He is so manly that he doesn't speak, just hoarsely belches out the words. In fact, the whole game has somehow a lusty, vigorous mood. The devs obviously had much fun creating this adventure - and it shows. It's like a merry, thrilling ride through a stunningly beautiful fantasy landscape and astonishing architectural marvels. Lost Lands have for example very advanced techniques with stone doors and stairs. Solid stone stair treads slide effortlessly and almost noiselessly out of walls, when we turn a lever. The game flow is good, mostly we know what to to, also because Folnur readily explains everything. The scattered manuscripts thoroughot the game give further information, and if once we are at a loss, the map will indicate where to go. We visit each scene several times, it's a permanent to and fro, hence the jump map is a big help. It conveniantly also shows where we still have to pick up collectibles. HOPs are all the same kind: interactive silhouettes in a room or place. Interactive is here really interactive: find a key, open the box, get the next item, use it to get the another item, and so on. Actually, they resemble more a super puzzle than a HOP. The voice overs are superb, the sound effects fit, from the crackling of fire to birdsong, to the meditative murmuring of magical trees or even the clicks in HOPs. The music is nothing special, but unobtrusive. I liked that we keep tools like a knife or a hammer the whole time in the inventory and use them multiple times. I wrote this review when the game was released, but it has been deleted for unknown reasons. So I grabbed the occasion, played the game again and overhauled particularly the part about the extras. Imho it is the more interesting topic, since the main game we can look up in the walkthrough, but for the bonus content we rely on reviews. EXTRAS: 8 Wallpapers, 32 Concept Art in colour, 18 Cut Scenes 8 Music Tracks 3 Puzzles 21 Mini Games to play again 20 Achievements. Only three are for playing the game, one is for playing slowly and 16 are true achievements, some pretty hard to earn. For example for completing a specific puzzle without unnecessary clicks, solving it in less than a minute, and so on. Collectibles: - 35 Beyond (morphing) Objects, not easy to find - 35 machine parts. Most of them very well hidden, and we cannot go back to find missing parts. If we find all parts of the magic machine, we can open the Bonus Game: 20 levels of a puzzle: connect tubes by turning tiles - 20 Manuscripts, providing background information about the main figures and the various inhabitants of the Lost Lands. The collecting alas doesn't continue in the bonus chapter. BONUS CHAPTER: Prequels as bonus chapters are always a bit risky. Since we know already the outcome, I find prequels mostly disappointing. But not here. It's a prequel, all right, but not less inventive than the main game. It contains four HOPs and five puzzles and is quite long, lasted around an hour and twenty minutes for me. We play as dwarf Folnur and get our assignment to covertly protect Susanne on her travel. In searching pieces for our mighty war hammer, we visit six refurbished scenes from the main game again and discover nine new places. We also meet Tectonica. She has nothing to do with earth crusts and rifts, but is the warrioress of the underworld and guards the altar of the mighty hammer. Furthermore she is a hot babe in a very minimal outfit, seemingly coming directly from a fetish party. She's pretty bossy, too. We just have to remind ourself that we're playing now as a male figure *laugh*. This game belongs into every collection, either as CE or as SE. The main story ends conclusively, even though a bit in a cliffhanger with Maaron deadly sick. But would you want to miss Tectonica? All in all, you get a good value for your money, especially when CEs are on discount.
Date published: 2017-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastical! I don't usually write reviews, but wanted to write one for this game. I just finished the main chapter and have yet to delve into the bonus chapter, but have really enjoyed this game thus far. I know that there are some people that would disagree with me in that respect (some people have given negative reviews) but it would seem that a majority of players would agree with me. I won't go into many details concerning the game (so many people already have) so I'll just say a few things. The first is the fact that you have three game options to choose from; Easy, Normal and Hard... and you have the option of being able to show the beyond (morphing objects) and collection objects on the map (again, this is optional). I liked and used the feature because I save my games pretty regularly and copy the saved game to an entirely different folder (that way if the game crashes or I run into a glitch I can begin playing the game from my last "save point" than having to begin the game all over again). I did have to do that a couple of times with this game, and instead of pulling my hair out of my head trying to figure whether or not I got the morphs and collection objects from any given scene, I just had to open up my map and it would show me which ones I needed to pick up again. The other thing I wanted to say is the fact the game map is your friend. It's a jump map, and it highlights which area/zone of the game you need to visit, and it highlights the objectives in those areas as well. All in all I thing that this is a really decent game... it's the best game that I've played in a long time, and I play a LOT of Hidden Object Games (I also purchase all the other games from this game series as well... I hope all the others are just as good). Happy Gaming Everyone!
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect This game is wonderful and it has everything you could look after : length, challenge, graphics, plot. I couldn't ask for anything more. The CE version is worth it as it has two kinds of morphing objects not easy to spot and 20 more levels of minigame to play after the bonus chapter. You can choose to go back and forth ot to jump from a place to another one with the help of a perfect map. Three levels of difficulty that you can set as you like.
Date published: 2016-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME Beautifully done challenging puzzles one of the best i've played a must !!
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Horsing Around Very good game. Has critter action, tons to do, Lots of morphing objects, collect parts of a machine, good HO's, Nice jump map, great characters, Puzzles a little to easy but good enough types, and pretty smooth game flow. Love this character and was happy to go on a new adventure in this game.
Date published: 2016-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from one of the best series i have played i thought this was one of the best series i have played the length of time was great...hate to pay money for a very short game.
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Atventure Game Another Great game with great visual and sound. Enjoyed playing.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Bravo! This is the second in a series which begins with Lost Lands: Dark Overlord. Our hero, Suzanne, who is now a legend in the Lost Lands, returns to save the day again. She is accompanied through a good bit of the adventure by a dwarf who is neither annoying nor overly cute! The only voice-over I did not like was the centaur, and it was okay. Again, the art is beautiful! I found myself saying "wow" out loud several times, either because the action brought something totally unexpected, or because of the beauty of the places in the fantasy world. I hope I get to talk to the Ontus in a future game! Other developers need to play these and feel sheepish for releasing incomplete sloppy games and use these as the bar to aim for.
Date published: 2015-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A joy to play I've just come back to games after a break of about a year, and this was the perfect start. Everything positive has already been said, so I will just concur that it is a well crafted game, beautiful graphics and music, nice puzzles at a decent level of challenge, and no hidden object scenes as such, they are more like mini games too. Also no twee and pointlessly annoying helpers, or equally annoying 'hand holding' telling you what to do every few seconds! I have really enjoyed it and I'm now looking forward to playing the preceding game, Dark Overlord. My only gripe is that, unless I'm mistaken, you are unable to assemble the magic machine once you have completed the main game. You collect all the parts and then miss out. So be warned and do it as soon as you have all the bits. Other than than, as the title says, this game really is a joy to play.
Date published: 2015-09-05
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