Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Four Stags

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next thrilling installment of the Saga of the Nine Worlds series! The four stags that maintain balance in the realms are missing! With Odin left powerless, it’s up to you and your companions to find them and return balance to the World Tree. With plots of subterfuge running rampant, this will be no easy task. Can you and your compatriots travel through the worlds to save them in time? Find out in this breathtaking hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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The background music remains quite subtle most of the Fishjong 2, but the variety is definitely appreciated and they Workds: accompany the scene extremely well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from good game in the series you are trying to save a world from an evil presence. It was Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Four Stags to have a reminder of what happened in the previous chapter. I am hoping that I might run into a couple of super-puzzles later in the game. I Stats hoping that I might run into a couple of super-puzzles later in the game. Even though this game may not have as many HOPS or puzzles, I am thankful that this game is so much better than I anticipated. We have had many more games about the Gray family ghostsvampires and werewolves. Zen Games graphics, in my opinion, grow progressively more impressive, with the final realm truly reflecting the scope of the mythology this series is based on. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. Yes, once again the game starts off slowly with quite Satgs few mundane tasks to complete before it picks up momentum but it is worth slogging through all of those tasks because once the game gets going it is very, very good. Happy gaming, all. The drawing is phenomenal, the characters compelling and best of all the story is completely original. So our task will be to restore order and bring them back. We can help an Elf, who is threatened by a robot. It ticks all the boxes and sets the stage for any more sequels to come.

How many of us are bored to death with games constantly featuring a mother protagonist who has her child abducted into an otherworldly realm and must defeat a sinister enemy by being helped by a ferret, or a mouse or some sort of bird. Their knowledge of magic may help or hinder humans. However, once the game picks up its speed, it is simply wonderful. Our first station will be at the Elves realm Alfheim. The visuals are spectacular; the details of the artwork are mind-blowing and the fantasy special effects are extravagant and glorious. Seems to take forever to get past an area and then you have to come back to that same area later. The beginning of the game was sluggish, with an overwhelming amount of recaps from the first game. Date published: Happy gaming! For example, in each realm we play, as a different character, we also have a distinctly different collectible to find that's specifically related to that realm, as opposed to just looking for the same "sign" throughout. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nariiska from A beautiful quest I was excited to see this game as I had tried the demo. We should finally find help here and go on into other worlds. Unlike most Eipix games, the gameplay here is actually quite complex, thanks to the insane number of tasks to do in each scene. I am hoping that I might run into a couple of super-puzzles later in the game.

Happy gaming, all. The Four Stags deserves a CE purchase, as does the previous game in Luxor Mahjong series. To save the nine worlds you must travel through them and save the stags. Loco Mogul published: Rated 5 out of 5 by atteckwhite from Brilliant sequel, Excellent Series Quality construction, imaginative story-telling, and attention to detail will get my money every time. One other gripe is for the Dev's about letting us know what is expected when we play a Mini-Game. Everything from the graphics, the storyline, the animation and the puzzles blended together to make a cohesive experience. Seems to take forever to get past an area and then you have to come back to that same area later. The visuals are spectacular; the details of the artwork are mind-blowing and the fantasy special effects are extravagant and glorious. I liked the first Saga of the Nine Worlds enough to be excited for this sequel, but I was concerned with the slow-paced storyline which may explain why this SE was released so soon. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LogieBaby from A continuing story is good as long as originality is the NNine element The initial Saga of the Wrolds: Worlds is IMO one of the 5 best games of


The trademark Eipix "find 5 of two items to open two lists etc. So when I saw the beta for The Four Stags I asked myself why this developer even bothered to continue the series when the first game was so bad. They perfectly portray the personality of their respective characters, while not being over-the-top or unpleasant. The music is haunting and thematically appropriate, and there were no technical issues when downloading or playing. The hidden object scenes do not break any new grounds and the puzzles are fairly easy despite their promising concepts. After being reintroduced to the 3 primary assistants the player gets a long chapter as the Huntress and her work is not done as the demo ends. Rather, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are the weaker aspects. With the four stags, the four of us will continue our adventure. How many of us are bored to death with games constantly featuring a mother protagonist who has her child abducted into an otherworldly realm and must defeat a sinister enemy by being helped by a ferret, or a mouse or some sort of bird. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by theswede from loki you butt head i'm going to give my opinion cause i'm still playing the game, they say a cat has nine lives well in this case lives. From the very beginning of this game, we enter a strange new game world, where nearly every step is a mini game or a puzzle and many variable HOS give a helpful hand. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by campingramps from I like the series but this one is slow I've played most of this series and, to me, they have all been buys, however, this may be the first non buy in the series.

You get to kill the dragon at the end. The landscapes of the game are always changing and so is the feel of the game, which makes this sequel all the more interesting. I am sure that many gamers will enjoy this game because it seems to be more of an adventure, quest type game than my favored HOPA type. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by campingramps from I like the series but this one is slow I've played most of this series and, to me, they have all been buys, however, this may be the first non buy in the series. I liked the first Saga of the Nine Worlds enough to be excited for this sequel, but I was concerned with the slow-paced storyline which may explain why this SE was released so soon. After being reintroduced to the 3 primary assistants the player gets a long chapter as the Huntress and her work is not done as the demo ends. They perfectly portray the personality of their respective characters, while not being over-the-top or unpleasant. I am not going to jump into the storyline in this review because others have already done that but I will say that I like this storyline much better than the one in the initial game. Then we are ready to seek the four stags and bring them back to Yggdrasil, so that they groom the holy tree again. It ticks all the boxes and sets the stage for any more sequels to come. I am hoping that I might run into a couple of super-puzzles later in the game. Unlike most Eipix games, the gameplay here is actually quite complex, thanks to the insane number of tasks to do in each scene. My take is the game is not for beginners as there is significant challenge as the player progresses. Everything from the graphics, the storyline, the animation and the puzzles blended together to make a cohesive experience.

Still, there is no denying that the puzzles are still very entertaining and well-integrated into the storyline. The music is haunting and thematically appropriate, and there were no technical issues when downloading or playing. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. Their knowledge of magic may help or hinder humans. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. There is no fast unfolding of a plot but more an overcoming of impediments on the way to find and bring back the stags. The few small variances didn't detract from my enjoyment, and I'm a Norse mythology enthusiast. Everything from the graphics, the storyline, the animation and the puzzles blended together to make a cohesive experience. I am sure that many gamers will enjoy this game because it seems to be more of an adventure, quest type game than my favored HOPA type. In this series:. The landscapes of the game are always changing and so is the feel of the game, which makes this sequel all the more interesting. Google Yggdrasil and the White Stags for information on how the stags groom the tree and any other questions related to the mythology in the game. I was so happy that I had the collectors edition. I enjoyed the first game in this series and thought that this entry was as good, if not slightly better. The audio aspect of the game is also worth mentioning.

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5 thoughts on “Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Four Stags

  1. The highlight here are the voice-overs, which are exceptional. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Linndyloo from Excellent game! HOs and mini games are ok although not great and I enjoyed playing them. This is a quest to restore balance and you get to play multiple characters on your journey. I am pleased to see the return of the Seer, Huntress and Skald not only because this Scandinavian epic continues but because the game itself holds my interest.

  2. From the design, mini games and hop's you get lost in the game for hours. Based merely on the demo my guess this is another fantastic Eipix effort. Worth every penny. I finished the SE demo and decided to purchase the CE version, like another reviewer did. Hidden object scenes are somewhat different and unique at times.

  3. Our first station will be at the Elves realm Alfheim. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. Still, there is no denying that the puzzles are still very entertaining and well-integrated into the storyline. This was one of the rare games: one that I didn't want to end!

  4. The graphics, in my opinion, grow progressively more impressive, with the final realm truly reflecting the scope of the mythology this series is based on. Happy gaming, all. The background music remains quite subtle most of the time, but the variety is definitely appreciated and they do accompany the scene extremely well. The fact that we get to instill ourselves into each primary character is fun. In continuing the story with Four Stags Eipix furthers the saga in a most enlightening manner.

  5. The highlight here are the voice-overs, which are exceptional. Fortunately, the developer did continue with game two in the series, The Four Stags, which, IMHO, is so much better than the first game. I don't think you'll be looking for something to pull that pesky zipper up on this game; it is much smarter than that. Even though this game may not have as many HOPS or puzzles, I am thankful that this game is so much better than I anticipated.

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