Royal Detective: Borrowed Life

Elephant Games presents the next chilling installment of the Royal Detective series! You’ve been summoned to the sleepy town of Dorfield to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a famous local sculptor. His wife claims that his “living” statues are to blame, but what is really going on? Uncover the truth, before it’s too late, in this sensational hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


Pour Royal Detective: Borrowed Life

For all I know at this point, it could be super-duper. Sparkle Unleashed has been an interesting story line too. In this Royal Detective tale, Tristan, a prominent sculptor, disappears and his wife, Olivia, hires the detective to find him. Another comparison Solitaire Jack Frost: Winter Adventures will make with iLfe original Lord of Statues is that the graphics have gone downhill ever since, especially when compared with the last three games. Sometimes the Dstective: just isn't long enough, depending on the tasks at hand. It is a typical Elephant game with brilliant colours and great art work. The storyline and gameplay Royal Detective: Borrowed Life great. God Bless They were challenging and interactive, very nicely done. I can see that there are TWO bonus chapters. I encountered a few HOGs which I liked very much. It all seemed too laden with Detextive: features. Great job! Personally, I completed the game in just slightly over three hours and the bonus chapter within 40 minutes.

They don't get it I bought a Hidden Objects Game not a puzzle game. As for purchasing, it's up in the air right now. I would have liked the Hops scenes to be bigger in scale to see them better. Very clear and bright with excellent color. For me it was a lot of fun to play , for sure a great time killer! How can you be all smootchy and cuddly with a rock with glowing eyes? In most of my reviews, I focus upon the graphics quality. It has replays of 5 soundtracks, 13 Hops and 13 select mini-games. So far the level of challenge is somewhere in the middle range. For people who love the extras as much as me. As I stated earlier, you are going to have to use a lot of imagination here, just in the demo alone, I witnessed stone statues running, I glued a stone wing onto a parrot so a stone parrot could flap its stone wings, I pulled nails out of boards that were nailed into a stone fence, and I was chased by a stone doberman.

What a conundrum! Even after multiple sequels, the series has yet to top its trailblazing original installment. There hasn't been a game out like this in awhile. Sort of like Frankenstein and HIS angry creation. Henrietta was a sweet, contented statue whose pet parrot was also made of stone. Seems to be a good game for beginners, others may breeze right through it. I wish I could give this more than 5 stars. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied, and have done an amazing job of making them somewhat challenging. Tristan also has another dilemma on his hands when the other statues he makes come to life and turn on him for not being able to eat, can't enjoy life Detevtive: feel pain or heat. But I love Defective: storyline and it keeps me interested. Even though they were not too difficult, I Royal Detective: Borrowed Life enjoyed them. Or is it just me?! They have not been lovingly accepted Bkrrowed the ones Pet Hotel Tycoon asked Tristan for these anomalies. They were challenging and interactive, very nicely done.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Great Game Just played the trial and didn't find out by now , who is the evil one, the statue or Tristan's wife. Felt the graphics were sharp and clear. This includes the living stone statues that serve as the trademark of the Royal Detective series, which are used particularly effectively in this installment, as well as the well-executed two-realms plot detail. Knowing it was just a made-up game, I was still amazed at these life-sized creations moving along lickety-split without falling, clunking, bumping, crushing, even flying. Like I said, it was the story, somewhat creepy at times, with a little touch of Pet Cemetery. I think the graphics in this game are not as good as they used to be, and it is an easy game. Who would figure the statues would take on personalities of the people they resemble? It is a typical Elephant game with brilliant colours and great art work. As the experienced Princess of your kingdom, who has survived multiple trials and tribulations, you waste no time and begin your journey to save your daughter! All of this comes together so you gain awareness of the age old story of good vs. Just to be fair I gave it 5 stars. Just a thought!

There is a good map, HOPS are fun and mini games are not too hard. The bonus chapter is what happens afterwards and it's nice and has a happy ending. As for purchasing, it's up in the air right now. So far the level of challenge is somewhere in the middle range. They don't get it It will certainly appeal to many other gamers right away, especially with the subject matter. Great job! For me, it was more like ironing or doing dishes all day when all I want is a fun, relaxing time-out It flows very well. The bonus game is a save the love of your life story which is an added plus. While the premise does not sound totally original, there are various fantasy elements that help shape the game up to be more than just an average HOPA. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from More statues Date published: For people who love the extras as much as me. If there is one downside, it appears that this will likely be a short game but I haven't played far enough to adequately judge that.

You're going to have to use a lot of imagination with this game's plot, because Tristan has found a way to return loved one's from the grave, and back into the loving arms of their families, in the form of walking, talking statues! I really enjoyed this game. Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues took the world by storm when it first came out in June and Elephant has put forth tremendous effort to do it again this time. For people who love the extras as much as me. Even though all this is impossible, I still found myself enjoying the demo, unlike some game demo's I wasn't bored, hoping the demo would just end. It will certainly appeal to many other gamers right away, especially with the subject matter. It has replays of 5 soundtracks, 13 Hops and 13 select mini-games. One can only hope. Sort of like Frankenstein and HIS angry creation. You won't be disappointed!!! I Love morphs and collecting. I don't do the sound so I can't comment on that.

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Royal Detective: Lord of Statues Walkthrough (Full Game)

3 thoughts on “Royal Detective: Borrowed Life

  1. There is a jumping map which is great. It all seemed too laden with these features. There seemed to be 2 bonus chapters or at least an extra game attached to the bonus chapter.

  2. The voices sounded clear and natural. The characters were great looking, even the statues were creatively rendered. Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues took the world by storm when it first came out in June and Elephant has put forth tremendous effort to do it again this time.

  3. I didn't travel any far distance Had fun with the morphing objects and replay of puzzles and hidden objects hunt. Even though all this is impossible, I still found myself enjoying the demo, unlike some game demo's I wasn't bored, hoping the demo would just end.

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