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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

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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

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1111 MB

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Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen Collector's Edition is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 142.
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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's Up to YOU to Save the World. No biggee .... right? WOW! WOW! WOW! Whoa! and another ...... WOW! Based on both the CE and SE demos. I remember playing the beta of this game and it is even better now! Your character is walking to her car in the garage talking on her cell to her son .............. when a thick black fog overtook her and the last we see/hear is her .................. scream!!!!! OH NO!!! The graphics were AMAZING!!! At one point, I had to check and make sure an unwanted ad hadn't popped into my game. It is THAT realistic!!!! The music was perfectly suspenseful and often had me biting my nails - lol. Sound fx ... couldn't be better. There are 3 difficulties: Easy, Normal and Hard ... all of which have options you can check/uncheck. You are armed with a diary/journal that contains your notes and the Manuscript of Forest Legend. You also get a map that shows where you are, where you have open tasks (I like that it shows more than 1 open task area) AND in the CE game, icons that show whether or not you've found the Morphing Objects and pieces of the Magic Machine - how cool is THAT!?!?!?!?!? The map also shows the 5 areas you will explore: Plains, Wastelands, Frozen Mountains, Swamps and Darkwoods. HOGs (hidden object games) were VERY interactive silhouettes. There is no alternate game such as marble popper, etc. Mini Games - OMGosh!!! LOVE, LOVE and more WHOA and LOVE! I really enjoyed the mini games. Can you tell? lol Truly. The mini games were either completely new and innovative or same old with a twist. Not a single one was boring. A few required patience (of which I have none) ...... a LOT of patience. haha. IMHumbleO, there are more mini games than HOGs. CE Bling: Lots of the usual things such as wallpapers, music, bonus game, strategy guide, replaying games, etc. Along with those items are the following: * Collect 35 Magic Machine parts. * Collect 35 Beyond Objects (the same as Morphing Objects?) * Ghost Objects (?) Both SE and CE games have the following collectibles: * 8 Monk figurines * 4 other figurines * 20 manuscript pages The CE Bling seems fairly light when you consider that the SE has collectibles as well, with only Magic Machine parts and Beyond (Morphing?) Objects differing between the two editions of the game. I almost popped out of the demo after about 15 minutes to purchase the CE .... but I didn't. Boy, was THAT ever hard to do - lol. This game is HIGHLY entertaining. There is a lot to do, a lot to find, but all without taking away from the storyline. Everything relates to the story in some way. That's actually not an easy thing to do in game development. This is a great game for all levels of expertise. I believe it is a standalone game and you do not have to play the previous Lost Lands game. Regarding CE vs SE? The Devs gave us so much to do in the SE that, IMO, it's down to a matter of personal choice ..... and therein lies my dilemma. I should have bought the game when instinct told me. lol Are you brave enough to take on the 4 Horsemen???? You know these aren't just ANY horsemen ....... the 4 Horseman of the Apocalypse! ENJOY!
Date published: 2015-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Single Mom: Not Just Your 9-5 Lady!!! What do I like about this game? Everything!! What impresses me the most, is our "Hero Mom" never flinches when faced with death, and takes everything else in stride, as if she was transported from one place to another every day,and consults with hermits, dwarfs, and a magical figure with four arms, who floats in mid air. Do all of us a favor? Please allow her to verbally interact with others she meets. Supper may be a bit late, but mom will have one heck of a bedtime story for her son.
Date published: 2015-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well and truly hooked I downloaded the trial and within 10 minutes I knew I was going to purchase the full version. I absolutely loved this game, the graphics were great, cut scenes enjoyable, map option worked well, all in all a very fun game that kept me entertained and eager to get to the end. I'm downloading the the first Lost Lands now so I can play that too. It's been a long while since I've been hooked on a game. Well done.
Date published: 2015-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolute runaway winner! This is truly a superb example of how utterly delightful and wonderful a game can be! The storyline is logical (Yes, I realize it is a fantasy, but logic still works.), the map is one of the best I've seen (It shows you precisely which locations have collectibles, and which kind, as well as being interactive/"jump"), the voices are perfect for the characters, the graphics are simply gorgeous and it keeps your "little gray cells" active without being frustrating and aggravating. The map is neatly organized with a tab for each of the lands you will visit and it shows when there is something you can do in any of the individual sections. The SG is well written and is a tremendous help if you ever need it. The hint is spot on if you should want a little nudge to get you moving in the right direction. It shows great imagination and careful attention to detail by the devs. Thank you, development team! It is almost impossible to miss any of the collectibles, in the sense that each location on the map clearly shows if either of the two types is still there. All the locations are accessible once you have opened them. None of this locking things off once all your tasks are finished, so you can go back through and gather any collectibles you may have missed when you were doing tasks. (It's easy to get involved in the tasks and forget about collectibles and the games where you cannot return to a location drive me crazy!) I have the previous "Lost Lands" game and enjoyed it almost as much as this one. I'm already anticipating the next splendid installment by this brilliant group of designers.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Five Stars for Four Horseman - Review of completed came Setting: you are a 30-ish woman in a parking garage speaking to your young son on your cell phone when you are suddenly whooshed away into another world - or rather five worlds. Each world is visited via a portal which must first be unlocked by finding a rune. The characters and story elements bear a strong resemblance to the LOTR series, i.e. a friendly wizard, a dwarf, elves, men, a tower, and most importantly the four horsemen - Fire, Ice, Death and Darkness. Our heroine seems to take this all in stride as she is seemingly unconcerned about her son and takes up the task to save the world quite calmly. That aside, the play and story are fairly reasonable in this setting. There is a lot of detail in each scene so you must be very active in exploring. The palette consists of a broad spectrum, and the different worlds differ more in style than color or hue. The puzzles are well designed and not too difficult, though some may take a little persistence - isn't that why we call it a puzzle? Many of the hidden object scenes are the silhouette type, and some of those are progressive as well. The developers have managed to make these interesting while keeping them uncluttered. There is a map which is a tabbed design, one tab for each of the worlds. It is most helpful and really necessary both because of the portals and the high degree of back and forth travel that is required. There are collectible character pages (20), machine parts (35), and morphing objects (35), the last two items being very well hidden and a challenge to find. The main game is a good length, I estimate six or seven hours, and the story keeps it's interest until the end without being too complex. The characters that you'll meet and interact with along the way also help to hold your interest. After all the ordinary and sub-standard games of late this is a welcome relief. This proves you can still make a great game even when using borrowed elements. I highly recommend you invite Four Horsemen into your "stable" of games.
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A fantastic achievement! Full disclosure: I've been playing games for almost 23 years now. I play all genres, but really gravitate towards Role Playing Games (RPG)s. I have always enjoyed hidden object games, but kind of considered them a guilty pleasure because they do not offer anything substantial in terms of length of play or enjoyment. Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen changes all of that. The graphics are bar none, and pushed my poor laptop when it was in the stamina setting (!) The scenes dynamically move according to weather factors, and the worlds actually seem alive, with flora and fauna and NPCs going about their daily lives. The hidden object scenes aren't your typical "look for a butterfly, lol" tasks, instead each object lends itself to discovering more of the objects on the list (key unlocks a chest, for example). There are over 35 scenes in the game; I know because the two optional collectibles show as x/35, and they show up on almost every scene. The storytelling and production values are also incredible. This isn't like PS4 quality or anything, but the animation in cutscenes is good and the voice acting is some of the best I've encountered in a budget game. I haven't even spoken to the length of the game yet. I downloaded this last night, and have played about 2-3 hours by my estimates, and I'm not even halfway through the second chapter out of eight. As with all of these games it hinges on how quickly you solve things, and I am playing on Hard, but still, it's indicative of how massive this game is; a far cry from the hour-long hidden object games I'm used to. To sum up, the team at Five-bn should be majorly proud of the work they've done on this, and I congratulate them for starting what very well could be the transition of casual games to more hardcore experiences. I got this as part of the daily deal, but I would gladly pay the full price of $20 all over again. This is a massive success following the first game, and you should play them in order. Buy both today, you won't regret it! ^_^
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A real horse ride . . . Yes this game uses the ride of the four horseman in a different way, but your quest is to stop them. The graphics and scenery were great. The length of the game was excellent. The HOS's were basically the same as other games but challenging enough. The mini games were hidden amongst other mini games so I found that pretty neat. All in all this game kept me going without let up until the end.
Date published: 2015-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Hands down the best game I have ever played. I wish there were more games of this caliber available. It was mature, just hard enough, the maps was very helpful in finding the collectibles. Just one of the best out there.
Date published: 2015-01-26
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