• The Legend of Panmorphia •
The legend goes that in each generation a child is born, a sentinel, bound to the land of Panmorphia and the four elements that govern it.
The sentinels have the ability to wield each element and transform themselves into an animal that best represents it.
With the use of the amulet they are able to combine all four elements and travel through the aether.
They are called upon for help in times of need.
• Point and click, puzzle adventure game!
• A beautiful world to discover!
• Morph into a cat, bird or fish and gain unique perspective in the world!
• Many items to collect and puzzles to solve!
• Dynamic map and notebook that track your discoveries!
• An 'Easy Mode' for those wanting a more relaxed gaming experience!
• An 'Arrows' navigation option!
• A Hint System that gives you the next task and highlights the location on the map!
• Original soundtrack and sound effects!
• Available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch!
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Full walkthrough available here: http://www.lkmad.com/walkthrough.html
- iPhone X+ resolutions can now turn off the arrow navigation.
- Minor bugfixes.
- New icon.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I play a lot of point-and-click games and this one had a really creative concept that you must change the (elements/scenery) to get through the game. Yes there are areas that are a little difficult, and I love these people who complain because they can’t figure it out and blame it on the developers. The game is made that way on purpose- the goal IS to make it challenging. If you can’t handle it, play bunny pop or whatever.. . I like that it takes time to figure out the clues and that I can’t just rush through it. Plus, there’s always a walkthrough or Ytube if you get stuck.
👍🏼Great concept/ storyline
Q for developers: there was a part in the game when the leaf is activated, back out a few clicks , there’s patch of grass with the lights flickering as if to click there but it says ‘this grass is too dry to eat’- looked like there’s something behind it. Why is that there? I spent a lot of time trying to work this out...
Anyway, great job! Thanks for a super fun game!
Developer Response ,
Hey there! Thanks for the glowing review! Glad that you liked the game! :)
The dry grass was meant as a clue for the green grass that would produce the hairball. Kind of "hey, you can't eat this one but maybe..." kind of how the water says it's too fast or deep in some places, but then there's a spot just right to pick it up! :)
I wanted to like this game but it’s just not happening for me. A few of the puzzles have no clues. Like the laser section to frame. You’re just supposed to just sit there and work on it until you manage to figure out the order. That was particularly irritating. But the most frustrating part is using the glass shard to charge the amulet. I’ve been working on trying to make that happen and it just doesn’t. I even went to a couple of sites to get the solution, then tried it and it still didn’t work. I placed it in the correct position and nothing happens.
I’m at the last stage and stuck. Either it’s a malfunction or they made it where you have to be so exact that trying just pisses you off. Most games like this let you slide if you place an item close enough to where it should be. This is just ridiculous and a waste of time. Besides that, it’s a pretty and sometimes enjoyable game with nice music, but it really could be better.
Developer Response ,
I'm sorry to hear that you got frustrated with a few puzzles. For the beam puzzle it is basically using the layering of the beams to figure out the order. For the glass shard puzzle, if you move it near the statue (not above it) and wait a sec you'll see that it starts to create a burn pattern on the statue, which you can then use as a guide to move it to the right position to light the amulet. Hope this helps!
Very good for this genre of game
I have played every point and click style adventure I can find. This was certainly one of the best of it’s style of game. It got off to a slow start and at first I thought I had made a mistake in buying it, but when I got to the part where you can morph into other creatures I thought it was a lot of fun.
Overall the difficulty is mixed. The discrete puzzles tend to be quite easy (e.g., rotate hex tiles to form an image). However, you have to have a very sharp eye to spot some of the objects and in some cases the use of an object is not at all obvious. Regardless, I finished without getting stuck for any prolonged time or resorting to walk-throughs. A fun game and a good bargain for the price.
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