Chronicles of Emerland

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Chronicles of Emerland

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When Emerland is threatened by an evil sorcerer, you must unite the races of Elves, Humans, Dwarves and Mermaids to thwart his plans -  only together can you challenge this calamitous conjurer.  

When deciding to learn card magic at an old wizard’s school, you couldn’t have imagined that fate had chosen you as the savior of the world.   Peace  and  harmony  is spread  throughout  the  land,  until  a wicked  wizard  unleashes  his  plot to destroy the world’s amulets and take control of the land for himself. To stop him you must travel to each realm within the kingdom and protect the amulets at all cost. 

You will journey to the vast forest Kingdom of the Elves; climb mountains and wander through cave mazes to find the holy place of the Dwarves; sink to the ocean depths to protect the Kingdom of the Mermaids, and save the shrine of the Kingdom of the Humans from ruin. 

Featuring  an  acclaimed  mixture  of  pyramid  solitaire  and  hidden  object  challenges,  stunning  graphics, a  soothing soundtrack,  and  a  fascinating  storyline  –  it’s  up  to  you  to  unite  the  races  to  battle  the forces  of  darkness  and  defend Emerland!   

  • Unite the races of Elves, Humans, Dwarves and Mermaids to thwart the plans of an evil sorcerer in CHRONICLES OF EMERLAND. 
  • Peace and harmony is spread throughout the land, until a wicked wizard unleashes his plot to destroy the world’s amulets and take control of the land for himself.   
  • To stop him you must travel to each realm within the kingdom and protect the amulets at all cost. 
  • Features an acclaimed mixture of pyramid solitaire and hidden object challenges, stunning graphics, a soothing soundtrack, and a fascinating storyline. 
  • Battle the forces of darkness and defend Emerland!  

 

System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
  • CPU: 1.0GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Disk: 195 MB
  • DirectX 9.0

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