Jane regains consciousness on the shore of a strange island. On the rock, which stands in the middle of the sea near the island, shines the Lighthouse. Mike, her husband, is not near, though she vaguely remembers that the wreck of the sea they were washed up together from this ship. Searching for Mike, Jane gradually understands that this island is a huge graveyard of ships. Gradually getting to know the island's history and the tragic story of a lighthouse keeper, Jane realizes what danger threatens her and Mike, if she couldn't save him. Play colorful Hidden Object, solve puzzles, unravel the dark secrets of the island and secrets of the deathless lighthouse keeper. Can you outwit the ancient heritage and escape with Mike from the island?
Sea Legends: Phantasmal Light© 2012 1C Company. Developed by Shaman Games Studio. All rights reserved. Unity 4 © Unity Technologies. All rights reserved.
Sea Legends: Phantasmal Light is an old, but good Hidden Object Game. Its story is simple, but very interesting. A young couple is victim of a strange wreck in the sea and they ended up in a very grim island. The man appears to be kidnapped so it's up to the girl to look for him to save the day. But the island has some strange and dark secrets, so it won't be that easy for her... As a Hidden Object Game, Sea Legends: Phantasmal Light is quite nice, graphically it looks better than the screenshots, but the screen has a locked resolution of 1024x768 (it can't be changed) and aspect ratio of 4:3, so in fullscreen mode it may look stretched in some widescreen displays or setups not properly configured. It also has V-Sync enabled by default, but it can't be changed (that's good, because in games like this one you don't need over 1000 or 2000 FPS that will only make your video card to overheat, like in other HOGs). The art is quite nice and not boring, made by hand, even though the resolution is small, everything looks good. The options are simple, it has a custom cursor by default but it's too big and slow or clunky for the game. It's better to change it to the normal cursor instead. It's faster with a good response, smaller, and precise. The sound is acceptable for a game like this, music is nice and relaxing. The puzzles are good too, and not too hard. The game also has a hint system, and as in other HOGs, it must be filled over time to be used again. Also, the game has the option to skip the puzzles and keeps track of your current objectives. What I did't like too much about the game is the lack of a map to fast travel between the screens, because there is some considerable amount of backtracking in this game just to advance to the next zones. The game is the Collector's Edition, so that means that includes all the goodies, and the final chapter to complete the story. If you're a fan of Hidden Object Games, especially for old HOGs, this one is good enough to be in your collection.
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