Otherworld: Omens of Summer
Saving our world is a task that you often get to do in casual games.
It's just one of the most popular stories used.
But Otherworld: Omens of Summer Collector's Edition give you a little bit more.
You get to save our world but also to hang around in a different one.
There isn't a very complicated story in Otherworld: Omens of Summer Collector's Edition.
Your goal is to help a girl named Fiona by going to to this other world right underneath our own.
Magic is a common thing there. It seems like people can not even imagine a world without evil, so you have a major villain here too.
He is called Shade. And he is about to turn our world into darkness and it is up to you to stop him.
The audio-visual presentation of the game is excellent. There are voice overs to make it more realistic. The scenes are very well drawn.
The game is just full of everything you would expect from a good hidden object puzzle adventure game.
You are going to play some hidden object scenes, all of which are interactive.
Then there is a great number of mini-games, which are all very enjoyable; some are even new, which is always a plus.
Then you are also to collect fairies throughout the game.
You navigate through a map - very convenient! And you also have a journal where all your tasks are.
Compared to other games in the genre, Omens of Summer is a paragon of beauty and innovation.
It's spooky, ethereal, thought-provoking and graphically luscious—if you overlook its appreciable flaws, it's well worth taking the time to play.
Game Review form Gamemile