Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light

After Professor Fobros goes missing from the Magic School, it`s up to Katrina, and her brother Roger, to find him. Discover Professor Fobros` terrifying secret, as you travel around the world in this exciting Adventure game. Unravel an ancient mystery as you piece together a powerful amulet in Magic Encyclopedia 2: Moonlight. Can you solve the tricky puzzles and master the minigames in order to find the professor?

You get the idea. Rather than scouring a busy scene for a list of items such as "statue" or "clock" , Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light has players look for pieces of items, such as four parts to a statue or a clock, and compile it all at the bottom of the screen. Troubled by recurring nightmares, Katrina decides to follow her brother to aid the investigation and help elucidate the mysterious disappearance. Some sections of the location have glimmering lights to indicate a zoomed view available, usually containing one of the missing pieces. The hint button shows the position of one of the hidden pieces, but takes some time to recharge after use. For example, you might find five parts to a key and then open up a locked box with it in order to get a piece of paper. These include some common ones found in HOG adventures sliding tile puzzles, matching games, and so on but there are some welcome surprises, too, including an awesome head-scratcher that has you placing fortune-telling cards on a grid based on their element water, fire, air, earth and species man, woman, plant or mineral. Some item pieces simply too small. Shortcomings aside, this game should satiate fans of HOGs and adventure games. These mini-games are varied, with logic puzzles about ordering cards, concentration, and other more original challenges. Hand-drawn artwork. Many mini-games. They can be skipped after a few minutes with the arrow button at the bottom. Toggle full summary Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light releases. The complete objects are stored in the inventory at the right side of the screen, from where they can be dragged and dropped on logical places on the scenery to solve puzzles.


Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light

The objective is to find Empire of the Gods click on the scattered pieces of objects, to assemble and store them inside the inventory for later use. Can play completed puzzles again, if you like. You can get a hint often by clicking on a crystal ball that, once used, must be replenished again which takes a minute or so before it could be used again. The puzzles take place on a Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light screen, where some sort of mechanism has to be manipulated directly to solve it. These include some common ones found in HOG adventures sliding tile puzzles, matching games, and so on but there are some welcome surprises, too, including an awesome head-scratcher that has you placing fortune-telling cards on a grid based on their element water, fire, air, earth and species man, woman, plant or mineral. Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light follows the same basic design of its predecessor, mixing hidden object and adventure gameplay mechanics. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. The adventure game-like puzzles involve using an item you just compiled in the Iron Sea: Frontier Defenders in order to find more objects. One thing that might be an issue with some players is the fact the items will be placed in the exact same spot on the screen if you decide to play it over again. As the heroine, the player has to visit locations around the world, presented as a series of mostly static screens. Troubled by recurring nightmares, Katrina decides to follow her brother to aid the investigation and help elucidate the mysterious disappearance. Every few levels players will come across one of the 18 mini-games tied to the story. Some of the pieces can only be obtained after using an inventory tool or solving one of the puzzles.

The objective is to find and click on the scattered pieces of objects, to assemble and store them inside the inventory for later use. The adventure game-like puzzles involve using an item you just compiled in the environment in order to find more objects. On that paper might be a spell you need to cast on a stone effigy to bring it to life. For example, you might find five parts to a key and then open up a locked box with it in order to get a piece of paper. One thing that might be an issue with some players is the fact the items will be placed in the exact same spot on the screen if you decide to play it over again. The Bad Items always in the same place hurts replayability. The hint button shows the position of one of the hidden pieces, but takes some time to recharge after use. Some sections of the location have glimmering lights to indicate a zoomed view available, usually containing one of the missing pieces. These include some common ones found in HOG adventures sliding tile puzzles, matching games, and so on but there are some welcome surprises, too, including an awesome head-scratcher that has you placing fortune-telling cards on a grid based on their element water, fire, air, earth and species man, woman, plant or mineral. Every few levels players will come across one of the 18 mini-games tied to the story. Toggle full summary Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light releases. It can be challenging to find some of these shards as the designers cleverly hid them in the environment and they can be quite small, too, which might frustrate some players. Some of the pieces can only be obtained after using an inventory tool or solving one of the puzzles.

One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing Millennium: A New Hope search for the missing Professor Frobos. The Bad Items always in the same place hurts replayability. The puzzles take place on a separate screen, where some sort of mechanism has to be manipulated directly to solve it. The bottom interface shows several segmented pictures of the broken objects, with each collected piece adding a new part and gradually reassembling them. Some item pieces simply too small. Great fun.


They can be skipped after a few minutes with the arrow button at the bottom. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. The complete objects are stored in the inventory at the right side of the screen, from where they can be dragged and dropped on logical places on the scenery to solve puzzles. Some item pieces simply too small. After you play through the puzzle or if you wait a couple of minutes you can skip it altogether , it will be unlocked and available to you from the main menu. Shortcomings aside, this game should satiate fans of HOGs and adventure games. Every few levels players will come across one of the 18 mini-games tied to the story. Many mini-games. The bottom interface shows several segmented pictures of the broken objects, with each collected piece adding a new part and gradually reassembling them. Some of the pieces can only be obtained after using an inventory tool or solving one of the puzzles. These mini-games are varied, with logic puzzles about ordering cards, concentration, and other more original challenges. Great fun. For example, you might find five parts to a key and then open up a locked box with it in order to get a piece of paper.

The bottom interface shows several segmented pictures of the broken objects, with each collected piece adding a new part and gradually reassembling them. The puzzles take place on a separate screen, where some sort of mechanism has to be manipulated directly to solve it. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. Some sections of the location have glimmering lights to indicate a zoomed view available, usually containing one of the missing pieces. It can be challenging to find some of these shards as the designers cleverly hid them in the environment and they can be quite small, too, which might frustrate some players. Rather than scouring a busy scene for a list of items such as "statue" or "clock" , Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light has players look for pieces of items, such as four parts to a statue or a clock, and compile it all at the bottom of the screen. They can be skipped after a few minutes with the arrow button at the bottom. When it comes to production values, Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light enjoys beautiful hand-drawn graphics complimented by melodic music, and proves even more impressive than the first game in the series. These mini-games are varied, with logic puzzles about ordering cards, concentration, and other more original challenges. These include some common ones found in HOG adventures sliding tile puzzles, matching games, and so on but there are some welcome surprises, too, including an awesome head-scratcher that has you placing fortune-telling cards on a grid based on their element water, fire, air, earth and species man, woman, plant or mineral. Great fun. The hint button shows the position of one of the hidden pieces, but takes some time to recharge after use. Shortcomings aside, this game should satiate fans of HOGs and adventure games. As the heroine, the player has to visit locations around the world, presented as a series of mostly static screens.

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9 thoughts on “Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light

  1. It can be challenging to find some of these shards as the designers cleverly hid them in the environment and they can be quite small, too, which might frustrate some players. These include some common ones found in HOG adventures sliding tile puzzles, matching games, and so on but there are some welcome surprises, too, including an awesome head-scratcher that has you placing fortune-telling cards on a grid based on their element water, fire, air, earth and species man, woman, plant or mineral. Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light follows the same basic design of its predecessor, mixing hidden object and adventure gameplay mechanics. Decent story and cut-scene sequences. The complete objects are stored in the inventory at the right side of the screen, from where they can be dragged and dropped on logical places on the scenery to solve puzzles.

  2. The objective is to find and click on the scattered pieces of objects, to assemble and store them inside the inventory for later use. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. One thing that might be an issue with some players is the fact the items will be placed in the exact same spot on the screen if you decide to play it over again. As the heroine, the player has to visit locations around the world, presented as a series of mostly static screens.

  3. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. You get the idea. Many mini-games.

  4. The adventure game-like puzzles involve using an item you just compiled in the environment in order to find more objects. Rather than scouring a busy scene for a list of items such as "statue" or "clock" , Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light has players look for pieces of items, such as four parts to a statue or a clock, and compile it all at the bottom of the screen. The bottom interface shows several segmented pictures of the broken objects, with each collected piece adding a new part and gradually reassembling them. These mini-games are varied, with logic puzzles about ordering cards, concentration, and other more original challenges. Every few levels players will come across one of the 18 mini-games tied to the story.

  5. As the heroine, the player has to visit locations around the world, presented as a series of mostly static screens. One day, she receives a letter from her brother and fellow student Roger, describing his search for the missing Professor Frobos. You get the idea. The complete objects are stored in the inventory at the right side of the screen, from where they can be dragged and dropped on logical places on the scenery to solve puzzles. Hand-drawn artwork.

  6. The puzzles take place on a separate screen, where some sort of mechanism has to be manipulated directly to solve it. Troubled by recurring nightmares, Katrina decides to follow her brother to aid the investigation and help elucidate the mysterious disappearance. Some item pieces simply too small.

  7. One thing that might be an issue with some players is the fact the items will be placed in the exact same spot on the screen if you decide to play it over again. Rather than scouring a busy scene for a list of items such as "statue" or "clock" , Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light has players look for pieces of items, such as four parts to a statue or a clock, and compile it all at the bottom of the screen. They can be skipped after a few minutes with the arrow button at the bottom. Shortcomings aside, this game should satiate fans of HOGs and adventure games. Some sections of the location have glimmering lights to indicate a zoomed view available, usually containing one of the missing pieces.

  8. The hint button shows the position of one of the hidden pieces, but takes some time to recharge after use. You can get a hint often by clicking on a crystal ball that, once used, must be replenished again which takes a minute or so before it could be used again. Some of the pieces can only be obtained after using an inventory tool or solving one of the puzzles. The objective is to find and click on the scattered pieces of objects, to assemble and store them inside the inventory for later use.

  9. Can play completed puzzles again, if you like. It can be challenging to find some of these shards as the designers cleverly hid them in the environment and they can be quite small, too, which might frustrate some players. Many mini-games. On that paper might be a spell you need to cast on a stone effigy to bring it to life.

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