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The last Dawn : Tales of Arthfael
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Genre: Casual, Puzzle
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Posted:
Oct 30, 2012 @ 10:34am
Description
The last dawn :Tales of Arthfael" is our first hidden objects project. The game presents a legendary story of a brave man, it is a quest driven game.

The main advantages of the game are the following: beautiful art work and chromatics, relaxing story and game play, voice over and music, 3 levels of difficulty, option to choose shapes or words when looking for the hidden objects, player oriented, user friendly and unidirectional as it follows a simple but motivational aim.
A metaphoric, legendary story: The last dawn: Tales of Arthfael.

A great kingdom, the Batavian Lands, ruled by powerful King Belenos whose daughter, princess Ephila is the Bions keeper.

The Bions are the seamless artifacts which control the Sun and the Moon.

The evil forces controlled by Fomori, Princess of the darkness, steal the magic Bions and kidnap princess Ephila.

The Kingdom is in great danger and the King is looking for that brave man who can defeat the forces of evil and restore peace to his Kingdom.

Arthfael, a simple blacksmith but a brave man enrolls in this impossible quest against evil.

There will be many adventures on the way to save the kingdom and Princess Ephila, enhanced by 3D animations, special effects, voice overs.
3 Comments
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psyalot Nov 5, 2012 @ 8:43am 
girlfriends all over will love this! best music and graphics for a hidden object game!
Black Duck Studio  [author] Nov 1, 2012 @ 11:09pm 
Thank you very much for you honest opinion, i appreciate that. The game has Puzzle games too not only hidden object.
www.blackduckgames.com
CrimsonBelvedereDS Nov 1, 2012 @ 9:29pm 
Probably one of the few games in the concept section that actually look fully developped and has a chance in the Greenlight area. The artwork is nice, and the music is mostly fitting. However, I dislike hidden object games, maybe dislike is too mild. But there's certainly a market out there, there are several dozen of them on Greenlight as well (though they are mostly all published by the same 2-3 companies). I bid you good luck, but definitely not a game I would pay or play myself.