Amulet of Time - Shadow of la Rochelle
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Amulet of Time - Shadow of la Rochelle 

Travel through time and stop a conspiracy before it's too late in Amulet of Time - Shadow of La Rochelle Deluxe, a thrilling search for answers. Diane de Poitiers is mistress to King Henry II. Learning of a conspiracy against the king, she is too late to act. Now, centuries later, her spirit has reached out to you in hopes that you can change what has happened. Will you be able to change history?

  • turn back the hands of time to prevent murder in this magnificent hidden object search
  • explore 16th Century France to find clues of the conspiracy against Henry II
  • step foot in famed buildings and search for important items
  • use special elixirs to help you on your quest
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Reviews of Amulet of Time - Shadow of la Rochelle
 | Added on: January 27, 2016
 
One of my first HO games, and still a favorite! Great music, clear graphics & game flows beautifully without using a ton of hints. Interesting story too, which kept me going until the end of the game. Thanks GameHouse!
 | Added on: August 21, 2012
 
I played the game on easy, and boy was it. Just alot of clicking on items. The challenges were also easy.
 | Added on: August 17, 2012
 
French history as told by a current time traveler. Good format, interesting story not known to most of those outside France told in a fun way. Great graphics. Played on hard setting (no sparkles to find active areas). Easy setting also with all sparkle and more hints. Book has good info about story told but not needed to progress through game, but interesting none the less. Overall a very good game.
 | Added on: November 3, 2012
 
THE STORY WAS VERY GOOD IT WAS VERY THE HIDDEN OBJECT GAME KEEP YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOU SET
 | Added on: August 21, 2012
 
This game is loaded with HO scenes, fun and different mini games. Loved how the cursor burst into flames if you clicked too much. A definite reco.
 | Added on: August 28, 2012
 
Played in the difficult mode - and it was! You have to remember what you've seen in other locations and go back and forth somewhat. It was about half way through when I got the hang of it and had an easier time. I do wish scenes were more interactive as in having to move objects to find what your looking for as in the kitchen - hint hint! Great graphics!
 | Added on: September 5, 2012
 
This was one of the more enjoyable games I have played because it was not too complicated, the story-line was great, didn't have too much tedious dialogue, and didn't give me heart-burn by trying to get through the game. The mini-games were fun, especially the ones at the end. The scenes were beautiful and the HOs were usually easy to find. Because of the subject matter (poisoning the king), I don't think young people should play this game. All in all, a well done, relaxing game.
 | Added on: August 18, 2012
 
I have not finished the game yet but wanted to share my thoughts - this game is full of diverse puzzles, what to do and how to do it. There are many HO scenes which appear to be crowded but the items can be seen - they are not obscured miniatures. Use the scan over to see what the object looks like. The task list keeps you on track. The hint button really does tell you what to do if truly stumped. This game is the best example that I've seen of my vision of what HO games should look like and entail. Thank you - it is no longer just my vision. oops, sorry there is a stumpling block - the puzzles do not have a skip. Fortunately I've only come accross so far that was causing me anxt. I persevered through the challenge and am still continuing the game.
 | Added on: September 4, 2012
 
This game has an innovative storyline, based on intrigues and murdering plot. Travel into the past to change a possible future. The game offers beautiful sceneries with crystal clear graphics. There are plenty of HOs (quite easy) and a few unusual puzzles. The elixirs were interesting – I especially enjoyed the one “revealing the unseen”. Overall the game is very creative, relaxing and enjoyable.
 | Added on: December 10, 2012
 
Graphics: beautiful Music: nice Story: good development. I like the jester, but wish he was more mischievous and misleading to create twists. Still it's good enough Game play: Good amount of play time. I didn't really get some of the last amulet puzzles. Still other tasks and mini-games are enjoyably challenging. Conclusion: recommended
 | Added on: August 21, 2012
 
LOVED IT!! had a few problems at first(download etc) But after that it was smooth sailing! I really loved the graphics,storyline, and well...EVERYTHING!!! It took about 3 days to finish and I applaud the ending. not just left hanging but a nice follow up.
 | Added on: September 30, 2012
 
I really enjoyed this game. The game had great graphics, an excellent story line, and most of all not an endless bunch of HOS. The HOS that were included had some sense and logic involved pertaining to the game, not just go find a bunch of non nonsensical junk. There was continuity throughout the game, which is refreshing in today's game market. The game is involved enough to not be frustrating but challenging enough to keep your interest up. This game is a great value. The only reason that I didn't give it 5 stars is that I would have liked to see it be a bit longer, but that is just me being greedy. I can't wait for their next installment. As the demented clown said, I will see you later. I sincerely hope so. Bravo Belver Limited.
 | Added on: November 30, 2013
 
This is one of the best hidden objects games which I have played. The graphics are great, and so is the story. I appreciate HO games where there is actually a decent story which keeps you interested. A lot of HO games have a rather poor badly thought out story line. I wish we had more of such games!
 | Added on: October 5, 2012
 
I was captivated by this game. With a story line that flowed, superb graphics, well designed HO's and mini puzzles, what's not to love. The castle was laid out well (at least for me, as I tend to get lost if there are too many places). Belver Limited should take a bow. They did a fantastic job of getting everything right. The ending tells you that there will be another story, and I can't wait.
 | Added on: August 19, 2012
 
Nowhere near done, but just HAD to write a review! I love it; finally a HO Adventure without any vampires, witches, gory scenes, dreary, dismal-looking environments to search, (i.e. the typical HOAG out, lately). The graphics are clear & brightly drawn, realistic in appearance...the history related in the dialogue (minimal) is interesting, the historic scenery is beautiful. It's more of an adventure -type game with HO scenes in each location. For HOG fans, the objects are very simple to locate; the enjoyment, for me, was "solving" each Task you're given, as you try to solve a mystery, in France, concerning Henry II . Although no map is provided, which would have helped, you're given a Journal & Task list. The HINT recharges quite quickly, the mini-games, which were fun, but not much of a challenge, can be skipped without much of a wait. Typically, I play interactive HOG and avoid straight Adventures, but this was a nice combination of the two; a good place for anyone new to Adventure-type games to begin. I was waiting for a nice, relaxing HOAG with a story line that wasn't quite so dark and I found it with this one! I can't rate the sound, as I play with it muted, but, overall, I found this to be a great game. No glitches, fast download, custom cursor works well, not floaty. I haven't completed the game, so I can only say that, so far, it's Kid-Friendly in scenes and dialogue; minimal dialogue involved, not lots you have to skip through nor read.
 | Added on: August 18, 2012
 
ordinary HOG. nothing special. find items. go from location to location to advance in game.
 | Added on: August 20, 2012
 
I really enjoyed this game. The scenery was beautiful, the music was quite relaxing, and the HO were challenging but not so hard that I had to use hints just to get through it. 2D graphics were ideal. This was very much fun to play. I wish it were longer!
 | Added on: August 21, 2012
 
I enjoyed playing this game I am an avid HOG LOL - I enjoyed the story line
 | Added on: August 21, 2012
 
When I first started planning this game it was fun and easy, now I can't say that. I have found myself stucked and can't find the two locks, and the fork. I hate to just give up on the game, because I'm stuck and can't go any further, which is very frustrating. I have read some of the reviews and no one seems to have encounter the problem that I'm having. I like the graphs and the scenes are nice also. Hints have not been able to assist me either in locating the fork and 2 locks. What I thought was the fork because there were a sparkle to it, wasn't. When I clicked on it I didn't do anything.
 | Added on: August 20, 2012
 
Despite some other comments to the contrary, I found this very easy, even too easy in places. I thought the "history" was bunk in terms of authenticity, and didn't really like that I had to save a king who was in reality, a jerk, but was treated like a saint. It does have one or two cliched (but pointless) jump-out scare scenes. I never did figure out why when you as the character supposedly went back in time to the time this happened; and yet you still communicated only with ghosts, who should not have been ghosts yet, and basically never had issues with people from that time seeing you- you get to move about freely and interfere with things as if you were invisible. I still don't get the point or identity of the jester character, and it further didnt make sense that you had to find "parts" of the amulet when you used the complete one to get there. All puzzles are skippable, which is thankfully standard now, but many are simple anyway. The basic pattern repeated thru the game, is you need to find particular items in a certain area (but not until you discover something they are related to) in both the environment and in HO scenes. Once you find those objective items, you use them on whatever triggered the list, and then move on to the next area. Most of the items are there all along, but you will not be able to pick them up until you trigger the list for them. Most of the scenes are well lit and the items are clear. Occasionally the HO scene is so small & the list so long that almost everything you see is on the list, and you can basically just click almost everything you see and it will be on the list. The refillable hints work quite well, so there's no need to worry about getting frustrated. It was decent overall, but I just couldn't get that excited about it. There never really seemed to be any real feeling of danger or drama.
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