Mystery Mosaics

The realm was once home to an ancient civilization, which has long since disappeared, leaving behind relics of unknown power. Across the land, factions fight over the mosaics, some seeking to solve their code, others afraid of what might happen if their power is unlocked. Do you have the wits to unravel the mystery? Find out in Mystery Mosaics!

The game is Good. This developer has set the foundation for this game by constructing beautifully designed puzzles. This is not that obvious which I feel is another strike against the game. There is only 1 mode of difficulty. The colors are also vivid and easy to see. Using those numbers, you fill in blocks on the graph and, when finished, create a picture. Completing puzzles also allow you to build a cute little village. There are 2 modes of play as indicated in the game description. Rated 5 out of 5 by JoJo from Awesome! Squares are filled in where the squares intersect between the two sets of numbers on each side. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by szeb from I've been waiting for this for a while now This might sound silly to others, but the colors in the actual mosaics were drab, drab, drab. First, I saw no way to avoid it, and second, it was definitely geared to a person who was playing their very first mosaic.

The problem with this game is that it is way too easy. I'm not even waiting for Bonus Punch Monday, I'm off to purchase it But I'm sure, like most mosaic games, the difficulty would have increased further into the game. There is only 1 mode of difficulty. I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. Great puzzler if you like this kind of game. If you like this type of puzzle, you will like this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by JoJo from Awesome! I am a huge fan of fantasy mosaics but this game is not for those who play those games on easy and try not to reach gold for every level. It allows you enough errors that you aren't starting over all the time--unless you are going for that perfect score. What a wonderful game this is!! Quite the improvement over the first Mystery Mosaics in my opinion Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by smudge from Love these type of games but not this one Like the other person said the peach colored squares make it very difficult to know what you have and have not done. Stars are awarded as to number of errors you make in completing the puzzle.

There is an automatic tutorial. What I found rather challenging was that 1 there are colors However, the puzzles are excellent with no guessing involved, the difficulty is progressing nicely and the buildings are really cute. Rated 5 out of 5 by Poodlebear from Came back looking for more. I LOVE these games and this developer has produced a good one. Plus I hate this type of mosaic where you have to right click to eliminate the unused squares. Personally I could care less about this aspect. There is only 1 mode of difficulty. But I'm sure, like most mosaic games, the difficulty would have increased further into the game. Lots of browns, beiges, mustards, weird brick reds, slate blues: grey is added to nearly every color in the puzzles. It's difficult to explain, so I recommend trying it in the demo. This one is excellent!


Mystery Mosaics

On the bright side, at least they are puzzles that are solved by logic, not guessing like so Mytery other games offered. I could find NO way to Mysteryy it off It's not Bubble Zoo 2 it is giving me anything! Don't let the low star rating fool you. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LogieBaby from None of the grid games match our penguin pal, these are a solid second place Mystery Mosaics are a multitude of grid games available and they are churned out faster than water flowing over a cliff. There is only 1 mode of difficulty. The other way to play is the standard mosaic, which I have to admit I haven't played. While I find the Fantasy Mosaics series the best Mystery Mosaics the genre, the end play of completing the penguin diorama does nothing for me as the grids themselves are all I need to satisfy. This is not that obvious which I feel is another strike against the game. In Mystery Mosaic 2 the result of completing Sparkle Unleashed group of 10 puzzles involves the rebuild of the City of the Ancients. What I found rather challenging was that 1 there are colors Another factor that was a little irritating was the tutorial. Try the demo and see.

First time through I only did the standard nonogram puzzles because I didn't understand the other sort but I must have been tired or something because when I returned I saw they worked under the same principle as minesweeper. You can use up to 6 hints per level you probably won't use any and you are allowed up to 5 mistakes. Much better than building the houses. Using those numbers, you fill in blocks on the graph and, when finished, create a picture. What's new is you build the buildings. I could find NO way to turn it off The other way to play is the standard mosaic, which I have to admit I haven't played. So if the number in the center is 9, then all are filled, easy enough. But I'm sure, like most mosaic games, the difficulty would have increased further into the game. I first played Mystery Riddles over a year ago and loved it. VERY challenging but I loved that if you worked carefully and understood the concept you never had to guess, unlike many of this sort. I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. You will earn points for each grid solved, the more stars you earn, the more points you'll earn. There are no mini-games between levels. I only recommend if you know that you like these kinds of puzzles.

Points are earned as per time used to complete the Clockwork Crokinole, amount of errors, and stars earned. I have been waiting for this game to come to Big Fish The Three Musketeers for quite a while Mystery Mosaics What's strange is that the backgrounds and village illustrations are the complete opposite: bright, sunny, fantasy colored castles and skies. If this doesn't bother you, then you'll likely enjoy this game, especially with a free game code or on sale! The graphics were not up to par and the music is annoying. This color confusion led to some mistakes which Mosaicss the Mosaicd a little frustrating. This one is excellent! A real thumbs down game.


14 thoughts on “Mystery Mosaics

  1. I highly recommend this game if you like Sudoku games or any type of mathematical puzzle. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by smudge from Love these type of games but not this one Like the other person said the peach colored squares make it very difficult to know what you have and have not done. Excellent game.

  2. What's strange is that the backgrounds and village illustrations are the complete opposite: bright, sunny, fantasy colored castles and skies. Just leave them alone. First, I saw no way to avoid it, and second, it was definitely geared to a person who was playing their very first mosaic. In Mystery Mosaic 2 the result of completing a group of 10 puzzles involves the rebuild of the City of the Ancients. While I find the Fantasy Mosaics series the best of the genre, the end play of completing the penguin diorama does nothing for me as the grids themselves are all I need to satisfy.

  3. For me personally, this game didn't impress me enough to want to buy it, therefor it doesn't constitute a 5 star rating. I really like these kinds of games and this one had good graphics and a somewhat interesting storyline. A 25X25 grid has itty bitty little squares -- pretty frustrating. And happy holidays a new one did come out! Overall, a wonderful game for all ability levels.

  4. And happy holidays a new one did come out! There are 10 levels with 10 puzzles each and they get progressively harder. I LOVE these games and this developer has produced a good one. A 25X25 grid has itty bitty little squares -- pretty frustrating. I am so irritated, I do not ever want to play the game again because I have to start over from the beginning.

  5. The grids were very easy to solve at the beginning and did not get too much harder during the demo. I first played Mystery Riddles over a year ago and loved it. While there were options to playing, it didn't offer the fun factor of others, and I found myself getting bored halfway through the hour trial. I LOVE this genre of gaming!

  6. When I saw who the developer was I couldn't wait to start put I should have because you have to go through the lame tutorial or you can't advance. There is no "Are you sure, all progress will be lost" warning, it just starts over immediately with the very first puzzle. Try the demo and see.

  7. I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. Please let me assign a name to myself. VERY challenging but I loved that if you worked carefully and understood the concept you never had to guess, unlike many of this sort.

  8. The colors are also vivid and easy to see. Just leave them alone. You can earn up to 3 mistakes before you have to replay a level. I actually should blame my husband, not the game.

  9. While I find the Fantasy Mosaics series the best of the genre, the end play of completing the penguin diorama does nothing for me as the grids themselves are all I need to satisfy. The gist of the game is thus: Your game board consists of a graph of blocks. I love these kinds of games. If that's all you want to play in this game, then you're likely better off looking at a game which specializes only in that like Mystery Mosaics as other reviewers have said.

  10. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by szeb from I've been waiting for this for a while now I have been waiting for this game to come to Big Fish Games for quite a while now However, if you enjoy logic puzzles, want to twist your brain a bit and try something new, I highly recommend this game. The background is a pale pink and the colors for the filled tiles range from light to dark. Along each side are sets of numbers.

  11. I mean, come on, it's just a simple mosaic and not an earth shattering revelation. The final pictures resulting from completion of the puzzle are realistic looking. I love these types.

  12. Starts off as if everyone is a child rather than getting right into the game with minimum instruction. If there is a button to get there, I can't find it. However, I would recommend this game for beginners, or someone who is looking for an easy breezy game to relax and enjoy! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Pickles77 from My favourite game so far!!!! That made it hard to distinguish whether a square was marked off or not.

  13. The game is Good. Mystery Mosaics 2 offers different levels of various sized grids, and there are 18 Achievement Trophies to earn as well. I am so irritated, I do not ever want to play the game again because I have to start over from the beginning. There is no "Are you sure, all progress will be lost" warning, it just starts over immediately with the very first puzzle.

  14. If it had asked me for a new name after I mistakenly said yes, maybe I wouldn't have goofed. Please fix in the next one. He was talking to me at the time.

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