Reflections of Life: Equilibrium

Brought to you by GrandMA Studios, makers of Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams and the Whispered Secrets series! You've been summoned to Creatos to save Princess Espera, who has been attacked and ensnared by magical vines. But when a group of strange monsters arrives suddenly and captures the Queen, you quickly realize that the princess' plight was just a distraction. Without its Queen, the World of Fantasies will begin to crumble... and once Creatos falls, the rest of the world will soon be destroyed! Now, you must set out on a journey through several magical worlds. Can you reveal the villain, return the Queen, and restore balance to the world in time? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!


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Write a post! You collect glass shards during the game which once complete form a mirror which unlocks a hidden chapter. If you liked games such as Dream Chronicles or even the Awakening series. It took some couple of hours, so you Sparkle Unleashed a lot of fun Banana Bugs your money. Finding the glass shards in some scenes Sparkle Unleashed challenging. As I attempted to evaluate why I initially felt the game was overly busy, I had to accept the fact that in more recent games of the past year or two we have been conditioned to games where each scene might have one or two active areas at most, which is certainly not Reflections of Life: Equilibrium case with Equilibrium. It has a jump map and objectives marked. There are lots of items to collect, and lots to accomplish on each page which made a refreshing change from collecting only 1 or 2 objects per Risen Dragons. My stars are given according to following points: - Difficulty can be customized. Submit Thank you for writing a post! I could have gone back, but decided not to. The HO scenes are mostly par Midnight Calling: Jeronimo Collectors Edition the course, but there are a handful that include quite clever twists, not to mention some interesting lists. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. If you like 'thinking' and playing the various fun games -finding, etc. Aquapolis a few days but I wouldn't give in and played it to the end without hints, skips and guide.

Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kiwichook from Absolutely loved this game For me this game had it all. I do play more or less all HO games and adventures, but rarely review them. If you like 'thinking' and playing the various fun games -finding, etc. Hidden object scenes and mini-games are diverse and challenging without reaching a "gotta skip it" level of frustration. More like this one please Date published: Graphics, sound and voice talent are all excellent. Equilibrium is truly a ten-star game among a world of many five-star games. The graphics are great and whilst the storyline has been done before it was still OK. All I can say is kudos to this awesome and creative development team for an outstanding game that is truly at the top of the list. Took a few days but I wouldn't give in and played it to the end without hints, skips and guide.

The tasks are mostly logical and spread over locations. I liked the story and graphics. As I attempted to evaluate why I initially felt the game was overly busy, I had to accept the fact that in more recent games Lfe: the past year or two we have been conditioned to games where each scene might have one or two active areas at Sparkle Unleashed, which is certainly not the case with Equilibrium. But overall, it was The Story of Gimli a lot of fun. Challenging, but not so difficult it's unenjoyable. Played this game in hardcore mode and boy was it a challenge. It is so unusual for a game to hold my attention for days but this one did. There was so much to do on each page which gave you time to look at all the artwork Equilibriym playing, and I felt like I was challenged Reflectiojs use my brain quite a bit to solve some of the puzzles I set mini games to be harder. You collect glass shards during the game which once complete form a Gods vs Humans which unlocks a hidden chapter. Luxor Mahjong the game and hidden chapter, I spent so many hours playing. The HO scenes Reflections of Life: Equilibrium mostly par for the course, but there are a handful that include quite clever twists, not to mention some interesting lists. There's a device Reflectinos utilize which involves detecting hidden runes, Equilibrim I Mahjong Epic 2 detest, but they gave it a "you're getting warmer" facet, so even that was all good. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead.


One of the drop picture games took me a few hours to complete. Recently games have become very simple with gameplay being almost automatic: find this, use it here and then move on to the next scene. Highly recommended. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nextgengranny from WOW! I have been looking for a challenging game for some time bemoaning the fact that games such as the Ravenhearst series, Madam fate and the original Dire Grove were just not being developed. Mostly there are locations to be explored, if a next area is reached, the older locations are not anymore available. As I attempted to evaluate why I initially felt the game was overly busy, I had to accept the fact that in more recent games of the past year or two we have been conditioned to games where each scene might have one or two active areas at most, which is certainly not the case with Equilibrium. It took some couple of hours, so you get a lot of fun for your money. It has a jump map and objectives marked. But overall, it was still a lot of fun. With Equilibrium the developers have created a phenomenal game where we have multiple things to do in each scene and often it is not readily apparent what must be accomplished before moving forward. Equilibrium is truly a ten-star game among a world of many five-star games. You collect glass shards during the game which once complete form a mirror which unlocks a hidden chapter. What a terrific game! At first it was a little overwhelming trying to wrap your head around all the graphics, but once I got past that, I loved this game!

One of the drop picture games took me a few hours to complete. There's a device you utilize which involves detecting hidden runes, something I normally detest, but they gave it a "you're getting warmer" facet, so even that was all good. It was a long and fun game.. Write a post! The HO scenes are mostly par for the course, but there are a handful that include quite clever twists, not to mention some interesting lists. If you like 'thinking' and playing the various fun games -finding, etc. There are lots of items to collect, and lots to accomplish on each page which made a refreshing change from collecting only 1 or 2 objects per scene. Rated 5 out of 5 by un1cornr0se from Visual masterpiece and excellent game I am so glad I read reviews before buying this as it prepared me for how incredibly busy the screens were for each scene. Let me begin my review by saying that I purchased the CE and absolutely loved this game. My stars are given according to following points: - Difficulty can be customized. Interesting story, bonus chapter and interactive "hidden" chapter you access by collecting mirror shards throughout regular game and bonus chapter. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

Map shows current tasks. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I took the harder puzzle version, it was interesting. Highly recommended. The tasks are mostly logical and spread over locations. It was just overall very well done. As I attempted to evaluate why I initially felt the game was overly busy, I had to accept the fact that in more recent games of the past year or two we have been conditioned to games where each scene might have one or two active areas at most, which is certainly not the case with Equilibrium. I do play more or less all HO games and adventures, but rarely review them. Mostly there are locations to be explored, if a next area is reached, the older locations are not anymore available. One of those rare games when completing it is bittersweet, as I was wishing it would go on. Top to bottom, this is simply one of the most enjoyable games I've played. You collect glass shards during the game which once complete form a mirror which unlocks a hidden chapter. I don't agree with other reviewers who say it was hard to follow I did it without help you just have to persevere and perhaps click everwhere! But overall, it was still a lot of fun. Between the game and hidden chapter, I spent so many hours playing.

9 thoughts on “Reflections of Life: Equilibrium

  1. It is so unusual for a game to hold my attention for days but this one did. I have been looking for a challenging game for some time bemoaning the fact that games such as the Ravenhearst series, Madam fate and the original Dire Grove were just not being developed. It took me several days to finish it and I enjoyed it as much by the time that I finished as when I began. The HO scenes are mostly par for the course, but there are a handful that include quite clever twists, not to mention some interesting lists.

  2. Map shows current tasks. Hidden object scenes and mini-games are diverse and challenging without reaching a "gotta skip it" level of frustration. I love the map, and my little owl friend..

  3. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Graphics, sound and voice talent are all excellent. This game took me a while to play, which made it good value for money, and I would happily revisit this game again for another run through! Equilibrium is truly a ten-star game among a world of many five-star games.

  4. There's a device you utilize which involves detecting hidden runes, something I normally detest, but they gave it a "you're getting warmer" facet, so even that was all good. I took the harder puzzle version, it was interesting. I loved 'The tree of Dreams" and this one is just as good.

  5. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Mostly there are locations to be explored, if a next area is reached, the older locations are not anymore available. It was just overall very well done. Date published: As I attempted to evaluate why I initially felt the game was overly busy, I had to accept the fact that in more recent games of the past year or two we have been conditioned to games where each scene might have one or two active areas at most, which is certainly not the case with Equilibrium.

  6. I know some may say it is slow, but it is intricate and a feast for your eyes with beautiful graphics. There is really no need for me to go into the story line or set the stage since other reviewers have done a good job with that so I am only going to tell you what I think. Do you have an issue with your game?

  7. Graphics, sound and voice talent are all excellent. Well done developers!! Be the first to write a forum post about this game!

  8. Some puzzles are new or in a way modified, that I did not know them, something I like much. The games are different and very difficult in parts. Top to bottom, this is simply one of the most enjoyable games I've played. It is so unusual for a game to hold my attention for days but this one did. But overall, it was still a lot of fun.

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