AMAX Interactive proudly presents the next thrilling chapter in the classic Spirits of Mystery series. Every ten years, the Green Moon rises and your kingdom is attacked by forest spirits. The last attack led to the disappearance of your mother, the Queen. Now, the moon has risen again. Can you uncover the truth about what happened to your mother and save the kingdom from a horrible fate? Find out in this gripping hidden-object puzzle adventure!I know we have never seen a game of any spirit group seeking revenge against royalty, right? First off let me say that I am a fan of the Spirits of Mystery games but the last two were a bit , no, quite a bit different. Was a bit low on the level of challenge as was the story line. How they could ever think that this was going to be a seller just on the length of the game alone is beyond me Had I paid full price I'd be really unhappy. But for those of us, who have purchased over games, this is a little tedious. I need some type of feasible plot as well as a challenge in a game. SUPER easy. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by hoosierhasbeen from Used to be a good series I've been disappointed in last few games in this series. The demo on this was very short and hard to give a review. Plot: Spirit wolves seek revenge No hidden jigsaw, nothing. I'm sick of buying a game and it ends after couple of hours.
Everything in this sequel has been copied and pasted from the past installments. When the green moon rises this time, your fiance asks for the ring to defend the kingdom. I am not at a loss to have acquired this version and am glad to have it. Story is non existent, graphics are horrible, HOs and games are on the infantile side and overall this is just a bad game. Whole parts were missing. I read all the reviews for the CE of this game and decided to get the SV. Based on what I have read, the game is short as well. I'm sick of buying a game and it ends after couple of hours. The instrument against the forest spirits is a magic ring, which is now yours. It was a pleasant change to just relax and enjoy for once. What I got to play I liked. You meet a woman in front of the gates, she is attacked by forest spirits but with your ring you can save her. Every 10 years, when a green moon rises, they are free to move and leave the forest. The graphics are lovely and very typical of the others in this series. I am looking forward to the next Spirits game to see what else can be cooked up by the developers.
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Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by hoosierhasbeen from So Very Short I love Spirits of Mystery, but was so disappointed in this game due to it's short length. I found this more entertaining than the last two CE games that I played and this was a SV from a filled game card. What I got to play I liked. It astounded me and still does. Sometimes I just Myths of the World: Black Rose Collectors Edition to relax. I find her very boring, after all these years. I lasted 10 minutes What have you done? It is beyond me how anyone making a game can expect to make sales on such an ungenerous length. I won't spoil it by going into details of the whole game. Magic Tools: The magic mirror you will need to speak to your husband, the prince. Storyline Character: you are a princess Wait till it's a SE before buying with a free game code. Date published:
The artwork was on par with other games, the general gameplay was pleasant, a little easy, but I don't mind that. I found this to be the best mini game and quite a challenge. Felt there should have been another chapter or two or three. No hidden jigsaw, nothing. The story is secondary to gameplay for me and didn't bother me in this game one way or another. Based on what I have read, the game is short as well. The hidden object scenes play it far too safe with standard formats and an overwhelming number of junk-pile scenes. Definitely should have read the other reviews, but I really enjoyed the first part of the game and thought it was going to be fun to continue. I have really enjoyed other games in this series but this offering fell short, VERY short. Hope this was helpful. Also, at times it would skip over dialog. I'll let you discover that for yourself. Less than 3 stars on BF and I agree. There has not been a game I liked for quite some time. On opening the gates, she shows her true face: she steals your appearance and enters the fortress as you.
There were two slightly annoying mini-games in the bonus chapter, a match three style game and a change all the tokens to one design style game. Have enjoyed this series Mystery Cruise the past, so despite the lukewarm reviews decided to add to my Battle Slots Wait till it's a SE before buying with a free game code. The game may be too player friendly for some, but I don't really mind that as there is more time to enjoy and appreciate the beautiful graphical scenery. Everything Nice would have been with me, that is for sure. If you had to find pieces of something and reconstruct it which happened several times a blue outline showed where the current piece went so you didn't even have to figure that out. Once one was chosen, a beam of that light color connected up to the next, with the option of being able to jump over other discs My Farm link up like colors.
Nor did there seem to be anything extra to do with them after the game. I can't recommend someone else buy this game strictly on it's length. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by hoosierhasbeen from So Very Short I love Spirits of Mystery, but was so disappointed in this game due to it's short length. Often I was left wondering what was going on. I don't know. The data amount is more in line for just a trial and some have even more data for a trial. I liked the plot, and it could have been great. I counted 7 hops and I liked them. At this point, a faithful servant of the prince arrives to take you to another castle for safety I enjoyed the mini game with discs of varying colors that needed to be matched up according to whatever color you started with. The story is secondary to gameplay for me and didn't bother me in this game one way or another. And while I did not miss Mortis, or Isa or that darn lens to seek out monsters or poison flowers or whatever, I did miss Nanny. Also, this has to be the sequel that features some of the least exciting scene designs. Morphing paws were fairly difficult to find, and there were lanterns to be collected that made their way to a magical tree where you could read their descriptions. It is unbelievable.