Living Legends Bound By Wishes is developed by 4Friend Games and Published by Big Fish Games. In the town of Wishville, every dream can come true, for the right price. Your husband Jack has gone there, but when he doesn’t return, you follow in his footsteps, discovering anything but a paradise. The town is threatened by enchanted roses that choke the life out of anyone who steps outside the town gates.
Living Legends Bound By Wishes Features
- Explore Jack and Grace’s backstory in the bonus chapter!
- Can you find all of the collectible roses?
- Enjoy screensavers, music, and more!
- Never get lost with the strategy guide!
Living Legends Bound By Wishes System Requirements
OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
CPU: 1.0 GHz
RAM: 1024 MB
Hard Drive: 1281 MB
Living Legends Bound By Wishes Review
Having played the first two games, I wasn’t really impressed and nearly didn’t buy this game. But I’m so glad I did. It has everything that I love to make a game memorable which are listed below.
1. Voiceovers (with dialogue)
2. Casual, Advanced, Expert and Custom modes
3. Interactive map
4. 21 Achievements
5. Find 25 Roses (all different colours)
6. Find 25 morphing objects.
The graphics are really stunning – very colourful and vivid but clear and easy to find everything you need. Sound is good. The music is from the previous two games and is on a loop, which I turned off after a while as it got on my nerves.
There are 25 Roses and 25 morphing objects to find – one of each in every scene in the main game only (not the Bonus). A hand DOES NOT come over these which is excellent and made it a little more harder to find. I did these first so I wouldn’t forget about them. You can find all the Roses later in the Extras if you want to do them altogether or miss any, but I don’t think you can with the morphing objects.
The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, silhouette, putting items back and finding pairs, etc. These really were a lot of fun to do and I enjoyed them all. Some had a good challenge to them and took me a while to do.
There are a good variety of mini-games – a few of which I hadn’t seen before. These were great to do and I played every one of them without hinting or skipping. Some were easy and others took ages. Yeah, some were trickier than I thought.
There is a casket which you have to find drops of blood to hear stories about different characters you are helping. The casket will glow when you need to use it. The woman’s voice is lovely and I could listen to her stories all day.
All up the game and bonus took me about 9 hours to play. I loved the story line which was easy to follow and really felt that I wanted to help the different people you meet on the way. There is a lot to do in each scene, so expect to be kept busy. There is a certain cuteness about the game but I had just finished a game about a serial killer, so it was a nice to chill out and be entertained.
So overall this game is definitely worth playing. It has come such a long way from the previous two games. I will be playing this game again for sure.
Happy playing fishies