Portal of Evil - Stolen Runes Collector's Edition

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Description

Get ready for an adventure in Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes Collector's Edition. As the only heir to Abraham Van Helsinga and a member of the secret Order of Light, you must stop a dangerous gateway from opening by finding the mystical stolen runes. Travel to Italy, uncover your grandfather's clues, open magical doorways and hunt for the runes. Puzzles, locked doors and mysteries await. Play Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes Collector's Edition today!
  • 60 locations
  • 45 mini-games
  • 26 HOG scenes
  • 42 cinematics
  • More than 200 objects to use
  • Concept art
  • Desktop wallpapers
  • Step-by-step walkthrough

Requirements

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed1.6 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive Space1 GB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. A bit lacklustre
    by Moo, France - Mar 8th 2016

    It's an okay HO game, but nothing particularly special about it. The 'Bonus' content is a bit lacking to be honest, one 'bonus' chapter (a bit of a cheat to list it as a bonus chapter when it should be part of the game) and the usual music/wallpaper/artwork - which I never find particularly interesting. And the repeat of the 15 puzzles you find during gameplay. The game itself flows nicely and the puzzles vary from easy to reasonable challenging to utterly ridiculous and frankly lazy on the part of the developers - the latter referring to two puzzles where you're meant to find items which are not actually visible on the screen so its pure guesswork where they're hidden and you spend an inordinate amount of time randomly clicking and passing your mouse over the screen hoping to strike it lucky - on the second one of these I didn't even bother but just skipped it. Graphics are good and a fair amount of thought obviously went into the story but have given it a 3star rating as it just felt a bit short and not worth the Collector's Edition title.

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