Worlds Align: Beginning

AMAX Interactive presents Worlds Align: Beginning – a groundbreaking new adventure through the worlds of Haunted Legends, Redemption Cemetery, and more! When the worlds of Haunted Legends, PuppetShow, and others begin to fuse, some familiar faces come together to bring someone from the real world into the game world to help. You! Meet old friends, and even older enemies, face-to-face while you work alongside representatives of several classic series to save their worlds and determine the cause of the calamity that threatens to destroy them all. Can you rescue the game worlds from the brink of destruction and uncover the truth behind their collapse?

One had a feather headband missing one feather. There are obviously many different opinions on what makes a good game. There are a couple that required memorizing symbols, if remembering numbers isn't bad enough, symbols are hard! The color and details are superior. Absolutely Great! There were a couple of mini games that tickled the brain cells, but the bulk of them were pretty easy. It had a great storyline, that made sense, with goals that weren't just pulled out of some back office developer's hat. Still, tying together several different franchises into one cohesive game is not an easy feat. There is a repetitive mini-game associated with the Staff of Time Gadget which requires you to rotate segments of a column to form a specific animal. Nothing has appealed to me but this game did in a really big way! The puzzles are wonderful. I know there is a way to make a mini game harder or easier just before you play it, but I think it was available only once — not sure as there were so many mini-games.

There were a couple of mini games that tickled the brain cells, but the bulk of them were pretty easy. What self-respecting knight's armor has feathers? I can't comment on the music or voices, because that to me is the most annoying part of any PC game. The visual style and quality are consistent throughout and the artwork is generally impressive. Date published: The puzzles are wonderful. Thank you for a breath of fresh air in a genre where every game is becoming a clone of the one that went before, with few fresh ideas.. The graphics are OK. The studio has produced a number of iconic HOPA franchises and so, it is only logical for them to introduce their very own crossover franchise. I play loads of Hidden Object games but rarely post a review. I am so happy that SKIP is my friend in these games where developers think that filling in time with Mini games is a solution rather than develop a more interesting script and an intriguing story to pull the player into the story! As for the audio, the music gives the game a mysterious Gothic feel, which the studio is usually known for. I really, really enjoyed this game. Move gears through a labyrinth, track card movements to win game, take a path and stop four times to complete games is just a taste of the multitude of games offered.

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Still, tying together several different franchises into one cohesive game is Worlds Align: Beginning an easy feat. Completed Game approximately 6. I skipped the fight mini games. One had a feather headband missing one feather. There are recurring characters from other games from the "Puppet Show" series which blend this game to the older games. However this one was SO brilliantly enjoyable that I just wanted to say so, and say thank you! There were a couple of mini games that tickled the brain cells, but the bulk of them were pretty easy. Why can't developers come up with endings that are exciting, intriguing and a cherry on Wor,ds of Align:: well-baked cake? Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by CtrlZ from Worth playing The main game was quite good with a lot of puzzles, decent level Doctor Life: Be a Doctor! difficulty and variety. I can't comment on the music or voices, Battle Slots that to me is the most annoying part of any PC game. Unfortunately, Beginnihg Mini Games about ruined the game for me and are so abundant they became intrusive. Here are a few of my personal favorites from the Worlds Align: Beginning 1-Clear a path to navigate a horse Woelds a maze. A choice of good Match 3 instead of the dreaded HO and picture puzzles would have Begnining a great improvement. I know there is a way to make a mini game harder or easier just before you play it, but I think it was available only once — not sure as there were so many mini-games.

The puzzles are wonderful. It looks like the dastardly deeds of Saint Germain have struck once again, this time with deadly consequences for life as we know it! The mini-games, again, were challenging without being impossible to solve. There are ample Hidden Object Games as well and they are beautifully crafted with clear objects and some interactive parts along with a few simple ones tossed in for some reason. Rated 5 out of 5 by Gyongy from My favorite game I hope this is just a first in a series of games with the game worlds overlapping as this one does This is my favorite game ever. The only negative was the voice acting. The hidden object scenes are not totally innovative but offer a satisfying amount of creative interactive elements. Towards the end there are two skeletons in armor. Completed Game approximately 6. There is a repetitive mini-game associated with the Staff of Time Gadget which requires you to rotate segments of a column to form a specific animal. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by northswirl2 from Worn out mouse The game is promising in so many ways, but it moves along in a sometimes tedious blur of finding this and moving that and putting this there and opening that thing. Thank you for a breath of fresh air in a genre where every game is becoming a clone of the one that went before, with few fresh ideas.. I play loads of Hidden Object games but rarely post a review.

Though beautifully crafted, they are mostly a lot of shuffling around and I find that annoying. Again, the ending was BLAH! The child in the graveyard All-in-One Mahjong the most annoying voice over I've heard in ages and eventually became like someone scratching nails on a blackboard. Can you help Detective Dupin stop this chaos before the game worlds are destroyed in Worlds Align: Beginning? The storyline is riveting and the ending portends other games that are sure to follow. Share this:. The studio has produced a number of iconic HOPA franchises and so, it is only logical for them to introduce their very own crossover franchise. It looks like the dastardly deeds of Saint Germain have struck once again, this time with deadly consequences for life as we know it! Here are a few of my Worlds Align: Beginning favorites from the game: 1-Clear a path to navigate a horse through a maze. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rjohn from Worlds Align: Beginning This game is terrific. Worlds Align: Beginning a big fan of this developer. Queens Tales: Sins of the Past had a great storyline, that made sense, with goals that weren't just pulled out of some back office developer's hat.


I loved everything about it. The graphics were excellent, the animation - ditto. There is a repetitive mini-game associated with the Staff of Time Gadget which requires you to rotate segments of a column to form a specific animal. Still, tying together several different franchises into one cohesive game is not an easy feat. There were a couple of mini games that tickled the brain cells, but the bulk of them were pretty easy. Here are a few of my personal favorites from the game: 1-Clear a path to navigate a horse through a maze. Move gears through a labyrinth, track card movements to win game, take a path and stop four times to complete games is just a taste of the multitude of games offered. I am so happy that SKIP is my friend in these games where developers think that filling in time with Mini games is a solution rather than develop a more interesting script and an intriguing story to pull the player into the story! A choice of good Match 3 instead of the dreaded HO and picture puzzles would have been a great improvement. The mini-games, again, were challenging without being impossible to solve. Rated 5 out of 5 by Gyongy from My favorite game I hope this is just a first in a series of games with the game worlds overlapping as this one does This is my favorite game ever. I skipped the fight mini games. The hidden object scenes are not totally innovative but offer a satisfying amount of creative interactive elements. Good graphics, great voiceovers, music was a mix from all the games brought together in this one so that was good too. Though beautifully crafted, they are mostly a lot of shuffling around and I find that annoying.

12 thoughts on “Worlds Align: Beginning

  1. I really, really enjoyed this game. But this game is different. It was all good. The graphics were excellent, the animation - ditto.

  2. We earn the right to have a great ending after devoting a large chunk of time playing a game to only say is that all there is to the end?. There were a couple of mini games that tickled the brain cells, but the bulk of them were pretty easy. For more spooky games, check out our list of Halloween games here!

  3. Excellent game! Why can't developers come up with endings that are exciting, intriguing and a cherry on top of a well-baked cake? I am so happy that SKIP is my friend in these games where developers think that filling in time with Mini games is a solution rather than develop a more interesting script and an intriguing story to pull the player into the story! I skipped the fight mini games.

  4. Completed Game approximately 6. Still, tying together several different franchises into one cohesive game is not an easy feat. The first game in months that I've purchased the CE version of and the first game period that I've purchased in the last 2 months! Again, the ending was BLAH! A choice of good Match 3 instead of the dreaded HO and picture puzzles would have been a great improvement.

  5. Why can't developers come up with endings that are exciting, intriguing and a cherry on top of a well-baked cake? I'm a big fan of this developer. Nothing has appealed to me but this game did in a really big way!

  6. But this game is different. The visual style and quality are consistent throughout and the artwork is generally impressive. Good graphics, great voiceovers, music was a mix from all the games brought together in this one so that was good too.

  7. This includes a good mix of more challenging ones and simpler ones, all of which are well-made and entertaining to solve. Alternate type of games are enjoyable and fun to complete. Finally a game I didn't want to end.

  8. We earn the right to have a great ending after devoting a large chunk of time playing a game to only say is that all there is to the end?. The storyline is riveting and the ending portends other games that are sure to follow. Good graphics, great voiceovers, music was a mix from all the games brought together in this one so that was good too. The graphics were excellent, the animation - ditto. One had a feather headband missing one feather.

  9. Though beautifully crafted, they are mostly a lot of shuffling around and I find that annoying. Thank you for a breath of fresh air in a genre where every game is becoming a clone of the one that went before, with few fresh ideas.. Move gears through a labyrinth, track card movements to win game, take a path and stop four times to complete games is just a taste of the multitude of games offered. I mentioned good Match 3 because there are some Match 3 elsewhere in the game but they seemed really simplistic.

  10. And there were tons of them in this game. The only negative was the voice acting. It had a great storyline, that made sense, with goals that weren't just pulled out of some back office developer's hat. Rated 5 out of 5 by Gyongy from My favorite game I hope this is just a first in a series of games with the game worlds overlapping as this one does This is my favorite game ever. Towards the end there are two skeletons in armor.

  11. The color and details are superior. I would have given this game a 5 except by the end of the game I was sick of the Mini games and the ending was disappointing. The only negative was the voice acting.

  12. There are obviously many different opinions on what makes a good game. And there were tons of them in this game. The mini-games, again, were challenging without being impossible to solve.

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