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Please post your REVIEWS for Alicia Quatermain & The Stone of Fate Collector's Edition here.

[Post New]by Daxadillion on Nov 28, 17 12:40 AM
A thread for your reviews.

Edited on 11/28/2017 at 8:21:20 AM PST

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Alicia Quatermain & The Stone of Fate Collector's Edition here.

[Post New]by bfgArinelle on Nov 28, 17 8:21 AM
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Alicia Quatermain & The Stone of Fate Collector's Edition here.

[Post New]by katejoe999 on Nov 28, 17 1:12 PM
Was this game really popular enough to warrant collectors edition status?
Maybe it's just me but these games are not even close to the likes of Royal Envoy.
Plus there are several titles with the same game mechanics, so you are, in effect, playing the same game with different graphics.
Perhaps I'm just sour grapes this morning :-)

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Alicia Quatermain & The Stone of Fate Collector's Edition here.

[Post New]by pennmom36 on Nov 28, 17 5:17 PM

Alicia Quatermain has a whole new adventure to take us on, searching for the Stone of Fate! The Stone of Fate is believed to grant great power to whomever possesses the ancient relic, but finding the Stone is half the adventure. Alicia and her team have traveled the globe to the jungles of India, but Alicia isn't the only adventurer with an eye on the prize. A secret organization seems to be one step ahead of Alicia, sabotaging her every move, and endangering the lives of innocent people. Who will get to the treasure first?

The graphics are some of the best I've seen in a TM game. The critters are realistic, the trees actually look like trees, there are beautiful flowers and shrubs, even beautiful water lillies. I love the different quests available, such as charming snales to make them leave. Each level has Treasure Chests to open, some of which have absolutely nothing inside, but that's pretty realistic once you think about it. Each level also has a Hidden Puzzle piece to find, and I'm assuming it's part of the CE bling, but I could be wrong.

You can play in an Easy untimed mode, Normal or Expert mode, and if you earn expert status of 3 stars, it will help Alicia clean and decorate her grandfather's Museum. Again I'm presuming this is a Collector's Edition bling feature. Any level can be re-played, and if you click on the Question Mark Icon, located on the bottom left of the screen, it will access the Strategy Guide, step by step walkthrough for that level, and also shows the Puzzle Piece location.

The level goals are shown at the top of the screen, a meter on the left of the screen shows your level status and how much time you have left before losing a star rating. A Bonus Meter is shown on the right side of the screen that give you various bonuses such as an extra worker, speeding up the existing workers, an automatic refil of resources, or a larger sack to allow the workers to carry more resources. There are a ton of Achievements to earn, and each chapter has specific achievements available.

I really enjoyed playing this sequel Time Management game, however, I really don't see a need for a Collector's Edition version. I personally don't care about 6 wallpapers, a boring puzzle piece, decorating a virtual museum, or earning an Achievement Trophy. I will admit that the built in Strategy Guide for each individual level, is a cool idea, but it's not worth 7 more bucks!

Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating
1-Secrets of the Lost Treasures (May 16-2017) 3.8
2-The Stone of Fate (November 28-2017) n/a

This Collector's Edition version has 6 Wallpapers, a Hidden Jigsaw Rune in each scene, items to clean and decorate Alicia's grandfather's Museum and a built in Strategy Guide, enjoy!

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