League of Light: Growing Threat Collectors Edition

Mariaglorum proudly presents the latest exhilarating adventure in the League of Light series! Your fellow agent recently went missing while on assignment, and it’s up to you to find him. But you’re in for much more than you bargained for when you arrive to find giant destructive flowers taking over the city! With pollen that turns people into sprouted beasts, can you and some new friends find the source of their power and defeat them for good? Explore hidden-object scenes packed with mysteries and mini-games to solve in this unique Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!


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This is very heavy on the hidden objects, then mini games and lastly adventure. Use the Little Scarecrow with the stone Grownig, then select it. Enter the Trap Room N. Collect the oxygen bubbles blue until Legacy of the Incas tank is full. I love that this developer Lignt: a risk with the format out of the norm, yet slightly Retro. At first beta trial, I didn't like it, then I liked it more on the 2nd go around and I really like the finished product. You took if chance. There is a Growijg map that instead of helping your move around, is an integral part of the game, showing you where to go next and sometimes offering clues to what is in the scene. Arrange the dials as shown V ; exit through the door W. Most HO scenes these days are so easy they're not fun, just a space filler so it can be called a HOP game. I absolutely love this one. Press the button T ; remove the stone and press the button U. The HOP scenes aren't located in a dark zoom zone corner of the room, they are the room, the entire room!

Place the weights green on the hooks red. A hidden object game that focuses on hidden objects. Place the bird pieces green on the body to make a full BIRD; take it. Bought it right away! Enter the Swamp Cave H. But so much FUN. You took a chance. Enter the Catacombs. Life is scary enough. So glad there is finally a game I enjoy! I absolutely love this one. It's a very different concept—evil flowers that grow taller than buildings, and the flowers at the top of the stems are like dragon heads. Walk up A. I miss the dynamics of the old ones, where objects are actually hard to find!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ushie15 from Amazing! Place the Little Scarecrow J. Remove the stone E ; pull the lever F. Editipn Puzzles are fantastic, they are original, they are challenging, they are really, really fun! The story is fun, not intense or deep, which is fine with me. I dislike puzzles. Day D: Through Time this game! Completed Game approximately 5. HO's and more HO's!


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Let's Play - League of Light 7 - Growing Threat - Part 1

I can't stress that enough. Not sure I like that as much as the sidekick map. If you are into the stories and roaming around and more adventure and mini games, this is probably not so much for you. Remove the bolt A. Enter the House on the Hill P. Enter the Catacombs J. They're not always easy. Place the Little Scarecrow J. Date published: I can honestly say that I really enjoyed all of the puzzles offered, but here's a list of some of my favorite puzzles:? Enter the Covert T. The game doesn't take itself too seriously with this idea of evil flowers, which makes it all the more fun. I dislike puzzles.

These puzzles aren't for the faint of heart, they aren't impossible to solve, but most are tricky or require a little bit of thought and sometimes several? This really breaks all the rules! Mindful of some of the negative reviews, you're gonna love it or hate it, so demo it first. Use the Little Scarecrow with the stone slab, then select it. There is clearly a lot of detail work that went into this game. Return to the Covert. One agent is looking for a missing agent, and goes through many scenes, looking here and there. Most HO scenes these days are so easy they're not fun, just a space filler so it can be called a HOP game. Collect the oxygen bubbles blue until the tank is full. I love it! What a game! I love the incorporation of puzzles in HOP scenes, which is something that has become more and more common in these games, and I'm glad to see so much of it in this one.

Bought it right away! Enter the Trap Room N. Return to the House on the Hill. So glad there is finally a game I enjoy! Mandrake has taken over the city of Oaksmor and killer plants are spreading their spores at a break-necked pace and spewing deadly poisonous pollen. Based on the demo, which wasn't long enough! This game makes HOS what they should be: no junk piles in the corners of scenes. They're not always easy. In the last few years, there has been a tendency to label puzzle games as HOGs yet the game-play emphasis was certainly not on hidden objects. When you do something like use a coin to unscrew something or use a pitchfork to move hay, the movement is very fluid and nicely done, and the depth of the objects is maintained. There are no Collectible Owls in the Bonus Chapter. Well I'm a puzzle lover so I really enjoyed this game.

4 thoughts on “League of Light: Growing Threat Collectors Edition

  1. Every original HOP has puzzles to solve and every original scene has a Hidden Owl Heads-up: don't forget to look for the collectible Owl as well on the scene where you collect 12 Owls Towards the end of the game, some scenes are repeated because of a reinfestation. I looked forward to the HOP's for the first time in several years folks! Bought it right away!

  2. In the last few years, there has been a tendency to label puzzle games as HOGs yet the game-play emphasis was certainly not on hidden objects. This is a long game because of the abundance of HO scenes, it has great replay value because of them too. This game makes HOS what they should be: no junk piles in the corners of scenes.

  3. Thankfully, the 'skip' timer can be set to 1-second. Return to the Spirit of the Forest. I miss the dynamics of the old ones, where objects are actually hard to find! These are beautiful scenes, creative scenes, entertaining scenes, and above all, they have items that are at times, crazy-hard to spot!

  4. Mindful of some of the negative reviews, you're gonna love it or hate it, so demo it first. Return to the House on the Hill. Thank you developers for providing different games, and not just the same old.

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