Queen's Tales: The Beast and the Nightingale Collector's Edition

Queen's Tales: The Beast and the Nightingale Collector's Edition 2.0

This hidden object game provides you with dozens of challenging puzzles.
 
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ERS Game Studios

Queen's Tales: The Beast and the Nightingale Collector's Edition is a hidden object game where you play as the princess of a glorious kingdom. Your goal is to prevent your father from becoming the slave of an evil creature. You will need to explore dozens of nicely-drawn locations, solve many riddles, and find a solution for your father's problem.

After a long trip to an uninhabited island, the king finds a mysterious bird and decides to take it to his castle as a gift for his daughter. However, once he grabs the bird, he encounters a creature who asks the king to hand him his daughter or else the ruler will lose his life. The princess finds out about her father's situation and decides to take the matter into her own hands by traveling to the island.

On your journey, you will interact with various characters, explore many scenes, and solve numerous challenges. I like that you can choose the type of mini-games you will be playing. To be more exact, after you click over a sparkly area, the app will display a hidden object mini-game. You can change the game type by choosing the Match-3 mode.

Another aspect I like is that the app comes with an integrated strategy guide, which might prove to be of good use when exploring new locations or solving riddles.

In conclusion, I'd say it's worth buying Queen's Tales: The Beast and the Nightingale Collector's Edition as it offers you many hours of gameplay and a very captivating storyline filled with plot twists. Plus, if you complete the main story, you unlock an additional chapter.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Nice artworks and fascinating plot
  • Lets you switch mini-game style
  • Enables you to create your own game mode
  • Provides you with an extra chapter after you complete the main story
  • Comes with a built-in strategy guide

Cons

  • Couldn't find any disadvantages
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