Free Rosemount and save Edward from the curse of the heartless Ice Queen in Living Legends – Ice Rose, an enthralling mystical story and hidden objects game. You're their only hope as you explore the frigid landscape and architecture of Rosemount looking for your beloved Edward. With the help of diary notes from Kay and brief encounters with the frozen souls of her parents, you are directed to carry love in heart to defeat the powerful Ice Queen. No matter how many threatening visits you receive from the Ice Queen herself, you must courageously uncover hidden objects and solve a variety of puzzles. You're their only hope. You must persevere! Experience the thrill for yourself when you try the free trial version of Living Legends – Ice Rose or download the full-unlimited version today!
Unfreeze Rosemount and save Edward from the curse of Ice Queen.
Find hidden items and use some of them to help you with the challenges.
Discover objects and curios along the way as you scour the town searching for Edward.
Enjoy a bounty of extras including wallpaper, screensavers, and concept art.
Unlock new scenes by completing a variety of puzzles.
This game looked like it might be fun and since I have the funpass, I got it. It did keep me playing because I just really needed to find out what happened! As you move along trying to defeat the ice queen, you are given challenges that progressively get harder. For those of you who play these type, I'm sure they will be a snap. For those of us who do not, it can get frustrating. I ended up playing all afternoon. I won't spoil the ending.
At first it all looked intriguing though I'm unfamiliar with the title and plot. I managed 23 mins into the Trial play and grew insanely bored. The hint-rose is little help, the one lodge room with the code keys on the Roman numeral board are very unclear what you're supposed to do after "solving". And the graphics quality is mainly grade school at that. Not the most high tech hidden object game I have played to date. I give this one a C- at best. But at least I tried!
I played with fun pass so I finished the game. IF I had to pay for it, I would have stopped after the trial. There is a lot of back and forth, and I do mean ALOT. The help key doesn't let you know where to go just if there is something to do in that area. The ending wasn't and ending at all but possibly a lead in to the bonus area that isn't available in this version. The mini games were good and lots of HO areas with easy to find items. I guess if it would have let me, I would have given it a 2.5 score. Can't say I liked it, but I finished it so that must mean something.
I did not even finish the trial hour.You don't know where to go next, the map does not help and the hint button keeps repeating "there is nothing to do here", or something like that. Most of the time, I had no clue what to do.
gamer216 | Added on: May 28, 2013
Although hidden object games are fun I do get tiresome of them sometimes. However this game I haven't got tired of. I think the great part is when it's more involved where you move throughout scenes, have small games, and have to puzzle pieces together. Overall a great length you get your money or subscriptions worth. The only thing I wish it had was a map so I could easily go from place to place.