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  • Summary: In the midst of a battle for the Academy, a young promising student, Eliana, is sent on a dangerous mission of retrieving three powerful artifacts, the Dragon Crystals. It is soon revealed that she will have to overcome unimaginable danger and travel immeasurable distance, putting her lifeIn the midst of a battle for the Academy, a young promising student, Eliana, is sent on a dangerous mission of retrieving three powerful artifacts, the Dragon Crystals. It is soon revealed that she will have to overcome unimaginable danger and travel immeasurable distance, putting her life on the line. She will face hidden enemies who will stand in her way while trying to obtain the artifacts. Follow Eliana on her mission to save her home and the people she loves, overcome betrayal, malice and trembling power which sleeps where you least expect it in Queen's Quest 3: The End of Dawn. Expand
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  1. Sep 12, 2020
    8
    I'm scoring this as compared to other point-and-click games; I'd score it lower if I were comparing it to all other kinds of games. That said,I'm scoring this as compared to other point-and-click games; I'd score it lower if I were comparing it to all other kinds of games. That said, this is a very good p&c game for when you want a relaxed puzzle-solving experience.

    The artwork is richly detailed and beautifully drawn (with *highly* saturated colors) which made it fun to look at for me. The developers cleverly user simple animation to make the game more than just a series of static images.

    The story is simple and occasionally surprising, though the behavior of a couple of charterers made no sense when you realized what their actual motivation was -- not a big deal, though.

    After you finish the game, there's a surprisingly long bonus game you can play.

    There's plenty of eye candy and puzzles to make you think here. Good for some relaxing fun.
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  2. Jun 19, 2020
    6
    I picked this one up for $1 and I'm not one who plays hidden object games pretty much at all, but I'm pleasantly surprised by this one. TheI picked this one up for $1 and I'm not one who plays hidden object games pretty much at all, but I'm pleasantly surprised by this one. The cutscenes and art are a bit tacky, but the actual searching and puzzle gameplay is pretty fun. it wasn't entirely clear on how to play at first, which lead to me accidentally skipping a couple puzzles, but perhaps that's what I get for picking up the 3rd game? Fun to play, but not much to get hyped or excited about. Expand