What is Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom about?
An alchemists apprentice returns home from university to finish her training under a great master. Little does she know a real paranormal adventure has only just begun.
EXPERIENCE A FANTASTIC TALE OF DECEPTION AND INTRIGUE!
Things go awry when she revisits her family home, where dark secrets and the mystery of her parents disappearance lie buried.
INVESTIGATE THE SECRETS HIDDEN IN THE SHADOWS OF THE THRONE!
She encounters a mysterious vigilante and finds a mysterious amulet. To learn the wisdom of the artifact, she must face grim truths about the kingdom and her family.
DELVE INTO A WORLD RICH WITH MAGIC AND HIDDEN OBJECTS!
The young alchemist will work her way through countless puzzles and eerie mysteries to achieve her goal and learn the truth.
EXPLORE A BREATHTAKING, HAND-DRAWN WORLD!
She will embark on a quest that can potentially change the faith of the entire realm and her own future forever.
CRAFT 14 DIFFERENT ALCHEMICAL MIXTURES TO USE ALONG YOUR ADVENTURE!
Will she be able to reach her true potential as an alchemist and heal a broken kingdom plagued by corruption and injustice?
What is Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom? A hidden object game, which is like its predecessors but still offers some improvements and innovations. But what is it really about? You have to solve many puzzles, find things, combine things and solve mini-games to get ahead in the story. The story is good again, nothing great but for such a kind of game already in order. The most important improvements are in my opinion: You find the collectables better, in earlier games they were much too bad to see but in this one I really found ( except for one) all of them, which always frustrated me in the previous games, furthermore there is a kind of alchemy system, where system is a bit exaggerated because it's a small mini-game and that makes combining it a bit more difficult, so I like it very much. Unfortunately I have to say that as in most of these games there are no more small side quests after finishing the main quest, but this only clouds the overall impression a little, but still good game. recommendable for fans, people who can't start with such games won't like this either, as said, it doesn't reinvent the wheel