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Your curiosity is piqued when your librarian friend shows you an ancient book that seems to have no ending. As you open the book’s pages, a character in the story begs for your help! All at once, you’re swept into his magical kingdom - where a monstrous threat is bent on destruction, but your path is blocked by a mysterious pen re-writing the story. Can you find a way to free the king from his chains, and rid the land of Eldor from danger before the final hourglass runs out?

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 four new story worlds and earn new achievements
  • Complete your set of collectibles
  • Complete a picture with the paints you've collected
  • Use the available Strategy Guide
  • Wallpapers, screensavers, music, movies, and concept art

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 902 MB

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Forgotten Books: The Enchanted Crown Collector's Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 82.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank you for good clean fun Good clean fun. We need less blood and more kindness and goodness in games. Thank you.
Date published: 2016-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How could anyone rate this poorly?? This game is one of the best I have played and I have played hundreds. Everything was super. You could set your own time for hints and skips. The hint system was excellent. There were not too many HOS and just enough puzzles. The assistant bunny was a chuckle. All of the taking animals I came across were entertaining. There is a transporting map but I seldom used it. It did not indicate where something needed to be done. I don't reiterate the story line as I feel BFG gives an adequate intro. and want to find out the story myself as I play. The CE is not necessary as the SE story ends cleanly and the strategy guide is seldom required. However, I really enjoyed the bonus chapter. Don't let a few bad reviews stop you from trying this terrific game.
Date published: 2015-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a gorgeous game one of the finest games i ever played. the interweaving of fairy tales, the adorable white rabbit, the characters funny and cute, all contribute to build a game that captures the magic in it's paths. an enchanting game
Date published: 2014-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New Favorite! The story line is interesting, the characters are wonderful, there is so much to do and remember. I just loved it! Experienced players watch out! Playing with no help I was stumped for a while. If it wasn't for the map it would have taken me days to finish this. At some point in the future I will play it again I am sure!
Date published: 2014-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big, bright, colorful, FUN! I gave this game 5 stars because I enjoyed playing it enough that I actually would play it again. It is not perfect, and I generally reserve a 5 rating for a game that has no flaws. However, I thought the mini games were challenging but fun and VERY creative. The music was monotonous and frankly annoying; I should have turned it off. Loved the rabbit; wasn't crazy about the people, whose mouths did not move when they spoke, but still I prefer that over the balloon-like swaying things that try to be 3D but just look stupid. The artwork was excellent, nice and clear, and there were some great little effects.
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough Puzzles When I first started the game, I almost turned it off as I thought the graphics were too much like a children's game, but after I got into it, I pushed those feeling aside. Playing at the highest level, I found the game enjoyable, challenging, and finally some new puzzles, a couple of which took and extraordinary amount of time to complete. Overall, one of the better games I have played in awhile.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Love Love this game Don't normally take the time to write reviews but I loved this game and wanted to tell everyone! I love the style of the graphics, the storyline is good with cute characters and it's not dead easy either. I played on Medium level of difficulty and had to use the hint button a couple of times. The length is good with the bonus chapter being a great size as well. To me there is nothing worse than a bonus chapter that is the size of a quarter of a chapter but this one is as long as the others in the game. Definate buy for me and worth the CE price.
Date published: 2014-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ERS really sets the bar with Forgotten Books! What a great adventure with an obscure story line, which I really l loved. I have every ERS game listed on Big fish, thanks to the recent developer spotlight. This deserves more than 5 stars. Excellent puzzles, HO, strategy and voice overs. I recommend this to all and especially fans of ERS. When bonus play is complete you get to see the design team in the studio!!!
Date published: 2014-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never Ending Story Oh. the librarian has a special book for you! This is no ordinary book, this is a book with unfinished business, this book requires you to finish writing the history of an enchanted kingdom with an evil mage, a shackled King, a nervous rabbit servant and a giant grizzly bear that holds the key to everything! Welcome to Torellion, you have been chosen to save the world! The king's servant, Liev, is desperate to find someone to help him protect the Royal enchanted crown that powers their entire world, after the dark mage Eldor, captured the king. This is a fantasy themed game with lot's of cute talking animals, glowing plants and talking trees so if you don't like games that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, turn the page and start a new chapter. The author of this unfinished book hasn't been helping either because he keeps adding items to the story to block your every move, but sometimes that works for us not against us. This edition comes with all the usual extras, built in strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, extra puzzles and hidden object games, pictures of the game devs at work and of course a bonus game. There are achievements to earn, most involve helping the citizens of Torelion, a customizable difficulty mode and you will collect jars of paint which will eventually be used to complete a picture. Surprisingly there aren't that many Hidden Object Scenes, but they are all interactive, and various types such as finding 12 golden objects,finding items that match the shapes and progressive interactive finds where you find the first item that matches the silhouetted shape and place or use that item into the scene which will reveal the next item and you repeat the process. None of the mini games seemed difficult, bop the beavers popping out of holes that aren't wearing a mask, and one of my favorites, anticipating where two caterpillars will end up after they roll each with a separate rolling pattern. Sharpen your pencils (or quills in HOPA talk) and rewrite history, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Enchanted Crown is a Wonderful and Enchanting Game In the beginning cutscene we see an enchanted land where the dark mage Eldor takes over the kingdom, and to spare the life of the king’s servant he demands the enchanted crown that fortunately was magically hidden before Eldor appeared. You are a reporter and receive a call from an old friend telling you about an old book that could be a front page story. The book is about a place called Torelian and the enchanted crown that powers its world. He tells you that the book begins when the crown goes missing but the strange thing is that although the book is ancient it appears to be unfinished. Interested in seeing for yourself you take the book and flip through its pages but as you get to the end a fresh page appears and someone is asking for your help. Will you accept? As you write your answer on the book’s page, you are whisked away to a magical and enchanted land that seems similar to the one that “Alice” must have fallen into. The graphics are excellent as is to be expected from ERS but they do often appear to have a fine mist over the scenes. It is interesting that when I met the king’s mother she seemed like a character from another ERS game - maybe Reveries. Since ERS created the original concept drawing, it is certainly their prerogative to reuse it in another game but I sure had a feeling of déjà vu. The game has voiceovers but ERS has reverted to the days of non-lip-synced characters. Maybe they have decided that with so many people complaining about their games, it isn’t worth it to go the extra mile. The music is pretty much the standard ERS signature but I tend to enjoy it. One of the interesting things about this game, and of course it goes with the storyline of an unfinished book, is that a magic pencil appears and changes some scenes as you approach, which I think is very clever and well done. We have the standard set of tools, a diary that notes our progress through the game as well as an interactive map that shows where we have objectives to complete. There are no animal helpers or fuzzy companions in the game but as soon as we enter the book we meet Liev, the king’s faithful servant, who acts as our guide during the adventure. There are the various types of interactive HOPs which, BTW, ERS was the first to introduce in HOPA games. In this game we have the standard interactive list type, as well as ones where we find so many of a specific item, silhouette type, and then the progressive silhouette where we need to think about what to do next. The puzzles are nothing new, at least in the demo of the game, but usually the puzzles do become a bit more difficult as the game progresses. Even though the puzzles in the demo were easy I did find them to be quite entertaining. There is a lot of CE content in the game including collectibles and achievements along with some very interesting activities we can complete. Of course we have all the standard extras that we see in most CE games but, IMHO, this is a game that is very worthy of being a CE. Since I love the artwork scenes that ERS produces, the wallpapers are a definite plus in this game. Another thing I like is the Workshop in the extras section where I get to see photos of the ERS creative team. I think it is a great idea to include photos of the creative geniuses who bring to life the games that I love to play. ERS was the developer who first caught my attention many years ago when I started to play HOPA games and because of them I have spent many, many enjoyable hours. I have to say that when I originally attempted to play the beta test for the game I might have had an off day because I didn’t like the game and thought it would not be very good game. However, upon replaying it a second time I found that I really enjoyed the game. For me Forgotten Books the Enchanted Crown was an instant purchase because I couldn’t wait to finish “writing” the book and restoring the kingdom of Torelion. I think this is one of the best ERS games to come along in a while and it definitely says that my favorite game developer is back. I can hear some of the critics now, who always have something negative to say about ERS games, and they are entitled to express their opinions as well, but something about the game caught my fancy and I am thoroughly enjoying the gameplay and the huge entertainment factor it provides. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like.
Date published: 2014-05-10
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