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The Tree of Life Walkthrough, Guide, & Tips

Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of LifeAfter finding an artifact, you’re whisked away to a dying world. Can you save it from the darkness?

Whether you use this document as a reference when things get difficult or as a road map to get you from beginning to end, we’re pretty sure you’ll find what you’re looking for here.

This document contains a complete Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life game walkthrough featuring annotated screenshots from actual gameplay!

We hope you find this information useful as you play your way through the game. Use the walkthrough menu below to quickly jump to whatever stage of the game you need help with.

Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of LifeThis walkthrough was created by prpldva, and is protected under US Copyright laws. Any unauthorized use, including re-publication in whole or in part, without permission, is strictly prohibited.

General Tips

  • This is the official guide for Amaranthine Voyage: The Tree of Life.
  • Hidden-object scenes are referred to as HOS in this guide.
  • HOS and mini-games are often randomized; your solution may vary.
  • HOS items listed in blue are hidden or require additional steps.
  • You can look in your diary for clues (A) and revisit the stories you have collected (B).
  • Select the ‘Objectives’ tab to see your current goals (C).
  • Select the scroll icon to view the map (D).
  • Your inventory (E) is located in the lower panel. Select an item to use it.
  • The inventory auto-hides; move your mouse down to reveal the panel.
  • Select the padlock to lock the panel in the up position (F).
  • Hints are unlimited, but you must wait for the crystal to refill (G).
  • Your current location on the map is indicated by the pink circle (I).
  • Locations that have more tasks to complete will be gold (J).
  • A question mark indicates an objective you need to complete (K).
  • Hover your mouse over a location on the map and you will see a picture (L) from that location and the name (M).
  • Select an arrow to view another section of the map (N).

Chapter 1: The Zeppelin

  • You will have the option of some interactive help.
  • Look at the desk and take the ARTIFACT (A); look at the photos (B), then take the BLANK SHEET OF PAPER (C).
  • Select the nightstand for a HOS (D).
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and
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