It seems fitting that I'm writing the blog post to announce the walkthrough for a game that features a world where all the love and beauty have been banished since lately I feel as though I've somehow been sucked up into such a vortex.
Some of you may have noticed my absence lately and a slow down of content on the site... life has certainly been a bit of a horror show for me and my family for the last few weeks, and my need to play games has been quenched by cold, hard reality.
My poor, dear husband has been fighting a strange sickness for the last two months now and we've recently discovered that it's all been due to a mass in his chest that has tested positive for lymphoma.
It's been a whirlwind of activity since then, and I've been thrust into a unknown world of tests and doctors and insurance companies, and that's probably why I'm writing this post at 5 am since my normal day has been taken over by everything I need to do to get him the best possible treatment.
It's been a very scary experience that I never thought I would be confronted with, and, during the month of October, when we recognize Cancer Awareness, I want to remind all of you out there to get tested. Don't put off those mammograms; get your physicals done every year. We're lucky enough to have caught it in Stage 1, and if cancer comes knocking at your door, you'll want to do the same.
Our Echoes of the Past: Kingdom of Despair Walkthrough has everything you'll need to battle the evil witch and restore the love and beauty to the kingdom.
You'll be happy to see a ton of custom marked screenshots that depict exactly what you need to do throughout the game as well as detailed instructions that will guide you in taking down this obnoxious witch once and for all.
And our Echoes of the Past Walkthrough wouldn't be complete without all the easy-to-understand solutions to the puzzles and mini-games you'll encounter during gameplay.
So we hope you enjoy taking this Echoes of the Past: Kingdom of Despair Walkthrough with you as you experience this exciting hidden object game. And, I'm serious about what I said... use the excuse of Cancer Awareness month and get yourself checked out!