Living Legends: Fallen Sky

4Friends Games brings the latest thrilling legend to life in Living Legends: Fallen Sky! When your botanist brother finds the legendary beans, he asks you to join him to celebrate! But your hopes for a joyous reunion are quickly dashed when you find him missing and a giant attacks! With stolen magical items wracking havoc on the town, can you stop the Sky Kingdom’s wrath and save your brother in time? Find out in this spell-binding hidden-object puzzle adventure!

I think they want to make it harder but I would have liked it more relaxed. Off you go on a search not only for Edward but one for something more precious that just might save the town and its residents. Despite suggestions and evaluations that are offered even begged for in the game reviews that the customers take the time and trouble to share, it seems that our comments are either not taken into account or just plain ignored. I don't do puzzles so I skip those Climb the magic bean stalk and find out what challenges await you in the enchanted Cloud Kingdom I liked the puzzles that you target the grapes. Well done 4Friends,you are the developer to watch However, things did not go as planned when you find out that Edward has unleashed wrath from the Sky Kingdom and kidnapped by the giants! The storyline is awesome, with mixed up fairytales and Puss in Boots is your little helper. The concept art is spectacular and the details in each scene are beautiful beyond belief. The developers seem, more often than not, to provide the same old same old stuff. No more fairy tales for me. The developers have created an excellent game that I would recommend to all lovers of fairy tales and this genre. And the Bonus Chapter is a prequel which is lovely. A real adventure that could be enjoyed.

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Nice graphics and voice actors were very good Most will know the storyline with a little twist. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Incredible Fun! I enjoy a game that holds my attention and keeps me involved in the storyline as I play and the Fallen Sky fit the bill for me as I tried to find Edward and save the residents of Etherfall. A definite buy and worth the full price. The concept art is spectacular and the details in each scene are beautiful beyond belief. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Very Good!! The Mini-Games are rehashed versions from other games by this dev, and nothing new is offered, however, they are fairly entertaining puzzles and they are all "frustration-free" no puzzles where clicking one affects others, which I really hate There is a total of 18 Mini-Games throughout the game, the last three are within the CE Bonus Chapter. And the mini game which is always required to be played for the break of the curse has an extra twist which I love. The storyline is awesome, with mixed up fairytales and Puss in Boots is your little helper. I was really surprised, it was eventful with lots of puzzles, hidden objects, and twisting story. I will continue adding mine again ten star rating. Of course, you will need to play a puzzle each time he is used but it is fun and not difficult.

Off you go on a search not only for Edward but one for something more precious that just might save the town and its residents. Although many of the puzzles were easy there were several that I found a bit more challenging. I enjoy a game that holds my attention and keeps me involved in the storyline as I play and the Fallen Sky fit the bill for me as I tried to find Edward and save the residents of Etherfall. Absolutely stunning graphics, I love animals so this game is right up my alley!! I'm just a little bit into the game and I want it to last so I'm going slowly. I guess I developed my love of fairy tales as my grandmother would always read one for me each night until I learned to read and then we would read them together. Now with the advent of computer games and some of the adaptations of those beloved stores that we receive here at BFG I can relive some of my fondest memories from childhood. Not very hard of a game to go though. I believe they're geared more toward children and players who are new to Big Fish. This game after playing the Demo proved to me how far games have come from the early gaming days. What a fantastic game!! Even looking at the screenshots of Ice Rose from , they looked amazing, so I'm not sure of why they chose to go with hazy looking graphics. Happy gaming! In addition, the background music works well in the context of the game.


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Although many of the puzzles were easy there were several that I found a bit more challenging. Honestly all I Falken was use Livong hint umpteen times, kept Fantasy Mosaics 14: Fourth Color back to the cat hoping for something? A real adventure that could be enjoyed. The Fallen Sky is a game that can be shared by the family and one that will become a favorite as they play Leggends: retelling of the Jack and the Beanstalk tale. Start collecting their series. Living Legends: The Fallen Sky is a game that I highly recommend if you love a new spin on a favored fairy tale or if you happen to enjoy a well-crafted game. I was really surprised, it was eventful with lots of puzzles, hidden objects, and twisting story. He will help remove curses so you can collect all the stolen treasures Living Legends: Fallen Sky return them to their rightful owners in the Sky Kingdom of Giants. Not Livin during this game Skh i sigh and think Angelo myself I loved this game and simply cannot wait for the next one! As a casual player this game is perfect, the HO scenes and the Leends: are breezy fun without the need to skip through in frustration. I'm beginning to think Living Legends: Fallen Sky have to avoid 4Friends games for a while. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by peachlizard from fee fi fo FUN this is one of the funniest games I have ever played--there are so many things to laugh at--mostly some of the things the characters' say kinda made me wet my beans!! Many of the scenes are repeated in the same location, a feature I'm not particularly fond of because it's just boring the second time around. I've seen some ratings that say the graphics are fuzzy?!

The concept art is spectacular and the details in each scene are beautiful beyond belief. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Incredible Fun! And the replay is a yes. The Match 3 games didn't present much of a challenge and because they were so simplistic, it was just a waste of time, including a Hard difficulty mode would have been much appreciated. Although many of the puzzles were easy there were several that I found a bit more challenging. AND a protagonist not willing to give up his riches for any moral good reason. The adventure portion of the game remains quite predictable with mundane tasks that can be completed without much second-thoughts. It was as if we had finally been granted our wish to have a game that was a pleasure to play from beginning to end. Off you go on a search not only for Edward but one for something more precious that just might save the town and its residents. I liked playing it but did drag a little bit in the bonus game. This game after playing the Demo proved to me how far games have come from the early gaming days. The bonus chapter is a prequel and it explains more of the story. Replays on 17 hops, 18 mini-games and 30 movies. Now with the advent of computer games and some of the adaptations of those beloved stores that we receive here at BFG I can relive some of my fondest memories from childhood.

I enjoy a game that holds my attention and keeps me involved in the storyline as I play and the Fallen Sky fit the bill for me as I tried to find Edward and save the The Secret Order: Ancient Times Collectors Edition of Etherfall. Nice little twist at Livin end! Honestly all I did was use the hint umpteen times, kept going back to the Falleen hoping for something? Not very hard of a Island Defense to go though. It was as if we had finally been granted our wish to have a game that was a pleasure to play from beginning to end.


8 thoughts on “Living Legends: Fallen Sky

  1. The scenes are clear and the items are recognizable, although one of the scenes had partially hidden objects. It also has a HO level from beginners to the professional. I liked playing it but did drag a little bit in the bonus game. Great job!!!! The Mini-Games are rehashed versions from other games by this dev, and nothing new is offered, however, they are fairly entertaining puzzles and they are all "frustration-free" no puzzles where clicking one affects others, which I really hate There is a total of 18 Mini-Games throughout the game, the last three are within the CE Bonus Chapter.

  2. Although many of the puzzles were easy there were several that I found a bit more challenging. I know the music has been used before but it is nice music It will be an arduous task full of wonderful twists and surprises. More like this, Developers and BFG please!!!!!!

  3. This game is about Jack and the Beanstalk, but the graphics are so clear and the story line keeps you interested from beginning to end. Gamer's of all ages and every level are sure to enjoy this latest installment. Can't these Hero s at least fall down a hole or something and try and get out like MacGyver? Yes, I love puzzles and I found the ones in the Fallen Sky easy but very entertaining.

  4. The mini games are fun and there is an additional song added to the ambiance. In contrast, some of the voice-overs are a little dry and flat. Lately I had been disappointed as games I had bought some time ago ceased to work. This is the second 4Friends game I've played in the last few days. It really seems that they were very attentive to comments from the customer reviews and created a game that is flawless.

  5. I enjoy a game that holds my attention and keeps me involved in the storyline as I play and the Fallen Sky fit the bill for me as I tried to find Edward and save the residents of Etherfall. In contrast, some of the voice-overs are a little dry and flat. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Yanie from Nope Just too easy. Off you go on a search not only for Edward but one for something more precious that just might save the town and its residents. And the mini game which is always required to be played for the break of the curse has an extra twist which I love.

  6. Happy gaming! The developers seem, more often than not, to provide the same old same old stuff. However, things did not go as planned when you find out that Edward has unleashed wrath from the Sky Kingdom and kidnapped by the giants! The Fallen Sky is a game that can be shared by the family and one that will become a favorite as they play this retelling of the Jack and the Beanstalk tale.

  7. Many of the scenes are repeated in the same location, a feature I'm not particularly fond of because it's just boring the second time around. In contrast, some of the voice-overs are a little dry and flat. Living Legends: Fallen Sky Collector's Edition was a delight and i am so thankful to the developers for having given us such a treat. A definite buy and worth the full price.

  8. I will continue adding mine again ten star rating. Clicked everywhere as there really was no sense or rhyme to this game, in other words its the same old, same old. Despite suggestions and evaluations that are offered even begged for in the game reviews that the customers take the time and trouble to share, it seems that our comments are either not taken into account or just plain ignored. However, we do find the hazy quality of the graphics slightly distracting and subtracts from the magical feel of the game.

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