Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed Game Review
Domini Games has launched a brand new series that could be the next big thing in casual gaming! Enchanted Kingdom: A Dark Seed Collector's Edition is the first episode in the Enchanted Kingdom franchise and will by no means be the last; get in on the action now and be one of the first to enjoy the long run. If you are familiar with some of Domini Games’ other works, then you know what kind of quality to expect. If not, then this is a great place to start with this award-winning brand. Definitely a leader in the Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure gaming development world, this is for certain.
This particular game has an above-average storyline… especially if you are into creepy diseases. There is an illness going around called Dark Seed and the inhabitants of the otherwise peaceful and lovely Tar Empire are about to whirl off into chaos and destruction as this disease ravishes the land. You will be playing the role of the only person out there who is immune to the disease. But, with great power comes great responsibility.
Since you are the only one that can investigate the sickness, you have a great moral obligation to figure out what is going on here… but there is more to fear than just a couple of germs. Dark forces await you and will destroy you even with your immunity if you don’t watch your step. Can you find a cure before you (and everyone else!) are killed?
The Collector’s Edition is especially wonderful. This special little edition comes with some delicacies in the bonus chapter in which you will be able to help Emirus get his magical abilities back. You will meet Mr. Emirus in the game play – he is a real quirky gentleman. The characters in this game are really delightful. There are morphing artifacts that you can pluck up along the way and busts of famous doctors to collect as you go. You will have a neat garden into which you can place the gems that you snatch up for display.
So neat to have everything integrated like this! Check it out for yourself today. Two thumbs up!
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