Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse

Domini Games brings you the latest spellbinding chapter of the Spirit Legends series! Your fellow monster hunter has gone missing, and it's your duty to find him! But you quickly find that this is no ordinary hunt and rescue mission. Dangerous trolls are wandering the countryside, bent on kidnapping the innocent and covering the land in eternal night! With the help of your wife and your trusted Bestiary, can you tame animals and stop the trolls before it's too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Jorlis has lost his only daughter, even worse, he watched his daughter turn to stone before his very eyes. Game was slow, looking for things and then where to put it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by rpggramma from Interesting! When I began playing Solar Eclipse, my senses were overwhelmed by the overuse of blues and purples for the graphics in the game. What if the night never ended? Domini Games loves their intense, colorful graphics and for the most part so do I but when that color palette relies on blue and purple, it simply becomes a bit too unrealistic and too much for me. The Bestiary Book is used 7 times, once you complete a random mini-game that has nothing to do with that particular creature. The main character is as exciting as a nap. Most of the mini-games and hops weren't the ones I liked. With this second installment, the Spirit Legends series still struggles to find its own identity. Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse is a fine fantasy adventure, despite being messy and unfocused at times. Why a Bestiary Book to turn vicious monsters into harmless pets, of course!

What if the night never ended? I do recommend this one. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by dazytek from Disappointing Too simple. I doubt that I will ever purchase another Spirit Legends game without trying the demo. Since Domini Games is a favorite developer who always goes the extra mile by certainly giving us value for the cost of their games, I generally purchase them without bothering with the demo. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorites. Moreover, the thrilling soundtracks also add an exciting edge to the game. The puzzles I did like were dexterity, jigsaw, matching, wooden map, moving shards and pairs. On a more disappointing note, the voice-overs are simply not up to par. What would it take to allow Trolls the freedom of life without the fear of stone? If you don't get bored playing the main game, the length of this BC chapter is worthy of the CE price. Chapters were a perfect length, chapter 5 a little bit long but not too bad. Two of my favorites was finding Matching Pairs of beautiful and very colorful birds, and a Riddle puzzle where you had to select two associated items. When I began playing Solar Eclipse, my senses were overwhelmed by the overuse of blues and purples for the graphics in the game.

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Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorites. With this second installment, the Spirit Legends series still struggles to find its own identity. The trolls have personality. The trolls have been cursed, forced to live their lives by the light of the moon, the sun is their nemesis, but so are the Hunters who dedicate their lives to eradicating these "Monsters" But what if the sun never rose? Everything has a purpose and moves you along. It didn't progress the story, it was just one mini-game after another with a bunch of meaningless tasks requiring me to find Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse use the same inventory items that I ditched at least 4 or 5 times in the previous chapters. Domini Games loves their Wonderland Mahjong, colorful graphics and for the most part so do I but when that color palette relies on blue and purple, it simply becomes a bit too unrealistic and too much for me. Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse mimics Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse visual style of other games from the studio, which I have personally grown to enjoy. It has 6 chapters. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by rpggramma from Interesting! The graphics are colorful, the animations are brilliantly animated, and the level of detail in each scene is quite outstanding. Game play moves along and doesn't stray from the story line. If you're not a puzzle fan, you probably won't enjoy this game. You play as Sweetest Thing Amber who freaks out when daughter Evelyn goes MIA and does what any mother would do, hunt down the bad guy and make him regret the day he was born. The good news is that the mini-game is different each time, and they actually aren't bad games for the most part.

It has 6 chapters. The trolls have been cursed, forced to live their lives by the light of the moon, the sun is their nemesis, but so are the Hunters who dedicate their lives to eradicating these "Monsters" But what if the sun never rose? The Bestiary Book is used 7 times, once you complete a random mini-game that has nothing to do with that particular creature. This was actually a pleasant game to look at. I really liked most of the puzzles but the last 2 chapters worth about did me in, it was just puzzle after puzzle with no progression to the story and very few HO's to break up the chain of mini-games. With this second installment, the Spirit Legends series still struggles to find its own identity. If you don't get bored playing the main game, the length of this BC chapter is worthy of the CE price. Slide rule hops, turning a circle for images and acid recipe hops are puzzle like. My hope is that in their future games Domini will tone down some of their graphics so that they are a bit easier on the eyes. The ending is heartfelt and I wish it would have shown multiple or any transformations. I enjoy playing this and may buy. The good news is that the mini-game is different each time, and they actually aren't bad games for the most part. Since Domini Games is a favorite developer who always goes the extra mile by certainly giving us value for the cost of their games, I generally purchase them without bothering with the demo. Different storyline.

Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pnk from Acting? The CE version Morphing Paintings are somewhat obscure but still rather obvious, but I thought the CE version Scrolls were creatively blended into the scenery. If all you want in a game is to find an abundance of puzzles with few HOS, then this is the game for you! Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse mimics the visual style of other games from Eclipsf studio, which I have personally grown to enjoy. The graphics are colorful, the animations are brilliantly animated, and the level of detail in each scene is quite outstanding. What I did find excellent in the game were the puzzles and some of the HOS.


The graphics are colorful, the animations are brilliantly animated, and the level of detail in each scene is quite outstanding. The trolls have been cursed, forced to live their lives by the light of the moon, the sun is their nemesis, but so are the Hunters who dedicate their lives to eradicating these "Monsters" But what if the sun never rose? Have fun! A Bestiary annoyingly spelled as Beastdiary is also included, which leads to even more puzzles. Biggest complaint I have is with the characters. The good news is that the mini-game is different each time, and they actually aren't bad games for the most part. Chapter 6 totally lost my attention span because it just dragged on and on. Happy gaming! Why a Bestiary Book to turn vicious monsters into harmless pets, of course! Completed Game approximately 6. Can you fight against the trolls as they try to take back the night and bring around eternal solar eclipse? What kind of Gadget did Domini give us this time, you may ask?

3 thoughts on “Spirit Legends: Solar Eclipse

  1. What I did find excellent in the game were the puzzles and some of the HOS. Jorlis has lost his only daughter, even worse, he watched his daughter turn to stone before his very eyes. Even though Spirit Legends is not a game I enjoyed, I recommend that you try the demo because the game might be perfect for you.

  2. Okay, playing games and our reaction to them is very subjective so not everyone will feel the same about any game so there will be many who like this game but unfortunately, I am not one of them. Domini Games loves their intense, colorful graphics and for the most part so do I but when that color palette relies on blue and purple, it simply becomes a bit too unrealistic and too much for me. The CE version Morphing Paintings are somewhat obscure but still rather obvious, but I thought the CE version Scrolls were creatively blended into the scenery.

  3. As for the adventure portion of the game, it is enjoyable enough, but definitely nothing mind-blowing. Why a Bestiary Book to turn vicious monsters into harmless pets, of course! Your fellow monster hunter has gone missing in the land of the trolls.

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