Artifex Mundi have launched their latest game on the Xbox One in the form of Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom. The title sees players take on the role of an alchemist’s apprentice as she attempts to discover the mystery behind her missing parents and a threat that is posed against the entire kingdom. Like many other games by Artifex Mundi, it uses the hidden object mechanic for much of the gameplay.
Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom has been available on mobile devices and other platforms for some time but this marks the first time the game has launched on an Xbox console. The developer describe the experience as: “The young alchemist will work her way through countless puzzles and eerie mysteries to achieve her goal and learn the truth.”
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