Myths of the World: Behind the Veil

Eipix Entertainment brings you the next thrilling installment of the Myths of the World series! It’s Dia de los Muertos, and you’re heading home to celebrate! What starts as a happy reunion with your sister quickly turns dark as evil shadows start attacking locals! With your sister kidnapped, it's up to you to track down the evil spirits to save the town. Will you uncover their dark origins in time, or become the latest victim? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Music was really pleasant if you like Mexican music, which I do. Others will go into the story in depth so I won't do so. There seems no connection between the Aztecs, the opening animation of a figure that wants to eliminate death, and the rapidly dwindling population trying to celebrate the Day of the Dead. I did the mini games until I reached the bruja. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by roaming from No Esta' Bien My initial impression of this game was the utter simplicity of it, the graphics, the primary colors, finding the flowers, repairing the boat, cooking the syrup for the skull. In my opinion, the "bad guy" should never be revealed during the demo. The bonus chapter is a nice extension, although not needed to conclude the main game, and came in at 50 minutes. Since there seemed no reason to continue, I was quite relieved when the Demo ended so quickly. I don't recall any Eipix game having such bright, beautifully vivid graphics. Speaking of level design, almost everything you can admire along the way is hand-drawn, which means that the objects are very detailed without taking a toll on your system. I just wanted it over. At least a coherent story might put some sense into this muddle. I think they are getting there, improving the graphics is a great start, but I think they are having difficulty leaping over the hurdle to create a different kind of "bad guy. Naturally a replacement piece for the amulet is waiting on a shelf for you.

Music was really pleasant if you like Mexican music, which I do. I don't recall any Eipix game having such bright, beautifully vivid graphics. I particularly liked the stone disk HOP where you had to rotate the disks to align the different pictures shown. Had I gotten to the bruja segment of the game during the demo, there is not way I would have bought this one. A well-crafted adventure with classic gameplay Even if Myths of the World: Behind the Veil does not stray too far from the norm when it comes to gameplay mechanics, the whole adventure is very well-executed, especially in terms of story and level design. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Excelent Storyline I cant believe the ratings aren't higher for this game. I still don't know what was going on. We have yet another otherworldly gadget at our disposal, the Xolotl Blade, powered by the Lapis Stone, which, you guessed it, needs replaced and recharged after each and every use! A myth set out to prove that you cannot die if there is no Death to claim your soul! As soon as you decorate a wreath with marigolds, she leaves you to work out the sugar skull and takes a boat to the island. The gameplay of Myths of the World: Behind the Veil is solid to say the least. There was a puzzle diorama that told a story about an Aztec Princess and her Prince. The bonus chapter is a nice extension, although not needed to conclude the main game, and came in at 50 minutes. Track down evil spirits and rescue your sister Myths of the World: Behind the Veil is a hidden object adventure game in which you get to hunt evil spirits and prevent the end of the world using nothing but your wits and whatever you find around the environment. There is an extra feature included in the gameplay, the Xolotl blade — a lackluster gimmick that the game could do without.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by nextgengranny from Four stars easy. Once at the bruja, I became so confused as to what I needed to do, where I need to go, I relied on the trusty hint to show me. In the past, it was difficult to tell one series from another offered by this dev, but the tides are turning, just a wee bit, and it's clear to see they are trying to see what works and what doesn't. They are both now dead and, in theory, reunite for the one night of this festival. I just wanted it over. Some were way beyond my understanding and most beyond my patience level. I think they are finally beginning to realize that we are no longer content to accept cookie cutter, sub par games, that are being released at a breakneck speed, with minimal attention being paid to the details, and with repetitive story lines that barely have a plot. However, a beautiful celebration took a twisted turn when sinister shadows started attacking the local people and kidnapped your sister. There hasn't really been a game in this series with at least a 4 star average rating since The Whispering Marsh near the end of , which barely got 4 stars. I have to give these developer's credit, when and where credit is merited. Thankfully I had my setting on custom and only had to wait 15 seconds to find out. After the demo, it's a whole other ball game. You have to repair the amulet out of your suitcase, the one your sister had given it to you before you left home.


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Myths of the World: Behind the Veil begins with an extremely promising start, touching on the fascinating Day of the Dead celebration. With all the back and forth the map was essential for me. Some were way beyond my understanding and most beyond my patience level. Since there seemed no reason to continue, I was quite relieved when the Demo ended so quickly. Myths of the World: Behind the Veil has the potential for greatness, but falls short of delivering it. Once run, the application will automatically download and install the game on your computer. It sure would be nice if this feature was tweaked, at least once in awhile. But Country Harvest celebration won't be very festive, once the unwelcomed dead Crazy Belts. This story was like there was a committee established to write it. Others will go into the story in depth so I won't do so. It seemed designed for 8-year-old little girls. As soon as you decorate a wreath with marigolds, she leaves you to work out the sugar skull and takes a boat to the island. First I'm at a fiesta for the dead, then I'm traveling to other worlds to save the queen of death. To buy the product you need to register with Big Fish.

I have to give these developer's credit, when and where credit is merited. We have yet another otherworldly gadget at our disposal, the Xolotl Blade, powered by the Lapis Stone, which, you guessed it, needs replaced and recharged after each and every use! Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Excelent Storyline I cant believe the ratings aren't higher for this game. The hidden object scenes offer some creative twists on the standards and the puzzles, which are mostly of moderate difficulty, are equally engaging. Oh no! It also does not help that the storyline drags itself along at such a slow speed and the characters are so shallowly-developed that they are hard to get attached to. Music was really pleasant if you like Mexican music, which I do. I still don't know what was going on. Get transported to South America! Since there seemed no reason to continue, I was quite relieved when the Demo ended so quickly. I did the mini games until I reached the bruja. Bad stuff: My usual gripe about the logic: Sister dear greeted you already dressed for the festival. However, a beautiful celebration took a twisted turn when sinister shadows started attacking the local people and kidnapped your sister. Speaking of level design, almost everything you can admire along the way is hand-drawn, which means that the objects are very detailed without taking a toll on your system.

It bears pointing out that the demo didn't really lead me to expect that; rather, I was expecting the more or less laidback gameplay I've come to expect from this series. Keep an eye out for collectibles and special items The gameplay formula is as old as the Sun itself, but the level designers managed to keep things interesting by integrating all sorts of mini-games and puzzles. By the time Exorcist had greased something with hand cream, used a diorama wheel for The Golden Years: Way Out West heavy cart, and blown a door open with the insides of a large firework wrapped in paper, I was ready to run from the slowly moving story that had actually not told me what was going on! In the past, it was difficult to tell one series from another offered by this dev, but the tides are turning, just a wee bit, and it's clear to see they are trying to see what works and what doesn't. Bad stuff: My usual gripe about the logic: Sister dear greeted you already dressed for the festival. In the Collector's Edition version, we also get to search for those infamous Hidden Signs, the same offered in all the games by this All-in-One Mahjong 2. Eipix Entertainment got the graphics of Myths of the World: Behind the Veil down to the smallest detail. Once at the bruja, I became Avalon confused as to what I needed to do, where I need to go, I relied on the trusty hint to show me. At least a coherent story might put some sense into this muddle.


2 thoughts on “Myths of the World: Behind the Veil

  1. With all the back and forth the map was essential for me. A myth that begins to unveil on the island of Alma, as they prepare for The Day of the Dead celebration. Hence, your whole village is attacked by angry spirits, and your sister is also kidnapped in the process. It sure would be nice if this feature was tweaked, at least once in awhile. That was the saving grace of this game.

  2. I particularly liked the stone disk HOP where you had to rotate the disks to align the different pictures shown. Please play the Demo for your self. A myth that begins to unveil on the island of Alma, as they prepare for The Day of the Dead celebration.

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