Kingdom of Seven Seals
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Kingdom of Seven Seals 

Break an evil witch's spell in Kingdom of Seven Seals Deluxe, a fantastical journey through an enchanted land. A wonderful welcoming party for Princess Vita is underway when a witch strikes, freezing all the partygoers under her spell. The Princess is the only one to escape, and with the help of a Fairy, she is now on a race to find seven magic seals before the witch does.

  • outwit an evil witch in this mystical adventure to lift a curse
  • meet a cast of delightful characters ready to help with magical items and knowledge
  • solve challenging puzzles and uncover helpful hidden objects
  • play wonderful mini-games including match 3
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Reviews of Kingdom of Seven Seals
 | Added on: March 29, 2011
This is a strange game. You spend a ton of time running around for little gain. The HO's are few and easy, the game play is totally disjointed. It is playable, but it is so disjointed it is at times hard to figure out what you're doing. Certainly not the worst I've played, but nowhere near the best.
 | Added on: March 28, 2011
It would be more fun if there wasn't so much clicking to move the main character...that makes the game tedious.
 | Added on: March 29, 2011
I agree about the baby turtle and the hints. That's 40 minutes of my live I'll never get back. Lame
 | Added on: March 28, 2011
Only played the demo but it is definitely unique. Has some fun aspects to it like finding money, and other things along the way. Some puzzles and hidden objects. Not thrilled with the graphics or the back and forth even with a unicorn gets annoying, but over all it was a fun game to try.
 | Added on: March 28, 2011
I just finished this game and really think it could have been much better. Not a bad game overall, but not one I'd play again. At first, I had a hard time getting started, but finally got the hang of using the map and task list to get an idea of what I needed to do next. Toward the end, it became just a matter of following directions, without much thought at all. It could have been more balanced throughout. I REALLY hated the robbers at the bridges and the need to keep going to the casinos to get gold for them. Thankfully, there was a SKIP option so I could just click in and out of the casino without actually having to play for the gold. Travel overall in this game is quite boring. It would be better to have a quick option once you've visited a place. Riding back and forth was just a waste of time.
 | Added on: March 28, 2011
This game is basically a navigational tool using a map to show you routes and where you're presently located and a journal to give you your next task. At first I didn't care for this game, then I began enjoying it, then back to not caring. Towards the end of the game (and I haven't finished playing it yet), you'll find yourself going back and forth, back and forth, having to pay bridge tolls along the way. The problem is you need to go to a $ location, play the shot machines to get more money, so you can go back and forth some more. This began to get tedious. Then I hit a snag -- couldn't find another guard so I'm stuck. There are very few HO scenes. Just a lot of running around. I gave this game 3 stars because of the potential to have been a good game. But for me, it's adios for today. Maybe I'll go back to it tomorrow with new sneakers.
 | Added on: March 30, 2011
Lots of tasks to accomplish in order to become Queen and defeat the -itch. The map is accurate, but you get tired fast walking around. Part of the reason there's no option to click on the map where you want to go is that you have to amass gold at the casinos to pay highwaymen at the bridges. Everybody is willing to help - for a fee (ain't it the truth!). Some good ideas here, but lots of room for improvement if there is to be a more popular sequel.
 | Added on: March 28, 2011
The hints were not fully available. It had technical difficulties and the hidden object scenes were hard to see. I gave up when I couldn't find the baby turtle and couldn't even find any help on the game. Don't buy unless you cannot find ANYTHING else you would rather play!
 | Added on: March 29, 2011
This game here I really wouldn't call this a hidden object game as yes I did do a couple of HO's scenes the 1/2 hour I played of this as this is more like an adventure point/click/perform tasks type of game where there is LOTS of "walking/wandering around" in this game. The notebook tells you the tasks you need to do. There is a map however didn't find it helpful at all as you can't just click on a location, as I said you are walking, wandering around. Kinda like a "scrolling effect" to the game as you're walking, wandering around. To perform the tasks you literally go door to door, knock on the door as you talk with people/animals. Well they don't actually "talk" but there is text on the screen. Most of the areas I went to in the game... "Nothing to do here." Then to exit house/building there are "sparkles" which at first I thought were HO scenes. Not at all as it takes you back outside. Sorry but I really tried to stick with this and about 30 minutes was just about all I could cope of this game. I'm usually into games with "wandering around" but this was overkill for me. The graphics I found to be pretty good. 1 star for those, but that alone cannot save this game. Definitely give this a whirl and decide for yourself and I hope you enjoy it but not for me. As far as I'm concerned this definitely gets the 1 star stop madness, cut off, and pull the plug already rating.
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