Play as two characters in this gripping hidden object puzzle adventure! Terror strikes the land of Botanica as a volcano erupts, threatening to destroy everything in its path. Play as Ellie Wright, a botanist looking for her father who disappeared 20 years ago. And play as Ian Garrett, a scientist who is trying to get back to his daughter on Earth. Follow their journey as they try to find their way back to Earth, a move that leads them straight into the volcano's path. Can you save everyone and get back home before it's too late? Find out in Botanica: Earthbound! 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:The graphics That is the most obvious thing in the visual aspect, the game doesn't look like it's Botanica, rather some stylized drawings put in the game, which you can pretty much tell where they came from. You will earn the COIN. Around every corner was a new adventure and even the hidden object scenes had a fun new twist on them. Note the path to the old plane R. Dotted petals belong in the right dish L. An exclamation point will indicate if you have a mini-game inside. Walk left to outside the cabin. Walk left, forward, and left, then enter the cooking hut on the left. Place the parts from inventory Z onto the machinery color coded. Walk forward into the portal F. Seems to me that a different team did the sequel, because otherwise I can't explain why did they did such a drastic change in the game. Please see the screenshot for the solution Q. Walk down 3 times, then go right to the shore.
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Use the opener on the paint E. Take the KEY from the tree X. Look at the periscope for a mini-game. However, after enjoying Botanica as much as I did, I am looking forward to exploring the previous game as well. Pull the green lever in the hatch, then turn the green valve W. Rotate the pieces of the compass based on the clues on the chest. Walk down. For plants, select the leaf F. Better to have left the characters as they originally were, instead of this. I was really impressed by Botanica: Earthbound for a number of reasons — the graphics are superb, the storyline is intriguing, and the gameplay itself was challenging and interesting. Place the 3 scraps on the box to make the insignia C. Look in the chest for a HOS. Place the stamp on the envelope for the stamped envelope V. Return to the landing pad. Select the spores in the correct order to open the flower E.
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Move the crates in the direction indicated in numerical order The guide keeps up with your progress so each time I opened it to check for a next step, it automatically showed me where I Eqrthbound, which saved a lot of time digging Botanica: Earthbound Collectors Edition chapters. Open the cupboard, pull the red lever, then turn the red valve Y. Walk right to the forward bow. Use the outer rim inside the lens as a clue. Exit the close-up, then walk down. Botaniica: the head on the handle to make the hammer; Beach Party Craze the hammer on the jar to get the key E. Exit the outpost, then go left to the landing pad. Note the path to the west shore O. Look in the chest for a HOS. Swap the fruit so that the 4 scales have the same weight Q. I enjoyed the thought-provoking, unique HOS, and I look forward to experiencing other game in this series. Look at the shelf and note the 4 artifacts H. Change the blocks so that no shape is duplicate in any row Natalie Brooks: The Treasures of Lost Kingdom column M.
Walk right to the forward bow. Look at the front of the desk for a mini-game O. Then Ellie's original motive for coming to Botanica finding her father and proving him right seems to be discarded, as she decides to stay there. Follow Sam up the right path. Look at the toolbox and use the KEY on the lock B. The graphics in Botanica: Earthbound are clear and well-done, evoking the true feel of the setting. Look at the door for a mini-game L. I don't know why they decided to change the look of it; it was one of the trademarks of Botanica the sharpness and color of the graphics, and the species that were found. For the Museum of Natural History, select the postcard G. I must say something about this. Talk to Sam again E. I truly enjoyed every minute I played and loved the new level of challenge!
For Hannah, choose the Gods vs Humans of the girl H. Move the crates in the direction indicated in numerical order Seems to me that a different team did the sequel, because otherwise I can't explain why did they did such a drastic change in the game. Look at the toolbox and use the KEY on the lock B. I must Botanica: Earthbound Collectors Edition something about this. Swap the fruit so that the 4 scales have the same weight Q. Remove the wall covering, then place a piece of broken glass on the hole to make the burnt leaf G. Should add that they changed something in the tablet used in the game as well. The position of the cutout on the valve indicates the number of the valve. Place the bell on the hook to get the hanging bell D. Walk right to the forward bow. Given how the Solitaire Blocks: Royal Rescue ended, I doubt that this will turn into a series. I was really impressed by Botanica: Earthbound for a number of reasons — the graphics are superb, the storyline is intriguing, and the gameplay itself was challenging and interesting.
I wish I was more excited with the results, but unfortunately, I'm not. It isn't that helpful when you're trying to keep track of some things. Look at the table and pick up the note I. Walk through the plant gate to the landing pad K. Look at the soldiers V. Place the bell on the hook to get the hanging bell D. Look at the top of desk for a code N. Walk left to the shaded path. The buttons circled in green swap lenses between A and B, the buttons circled in pink swap lenses between A and C. Walk down. Exit the hut, then go forward to the old plane. Drag the valve in a clockwise motion until you see the dummy being raised. None of them are a straightforward seek and find objects from a list.