Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum

Mad Head Games presents the latest out of this world installment of the Moonsouls series! A light is falling from the sky and heading straight for your planet! Your search for answers leads you to a forgotten underwater city. But your investigation quickly takes a deadly turn as you uncover traces of your long-missing father and a destructive world that could destroy your own! Can you stop a buried evil before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Mad Head Games nails the pacing and the storytelling in this game, which is further enhanced by a creative plot and memorable characters. Even though this game was an instant purchase for me, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is a game you will enjoy as well. The map is helpful but you don't have to wander too far to complete the objective. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dazytek from Nice game Was overall a good game just very short. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games I loved:? This game could easily look like a C-rate direct-to-DVD movie if not for its sophisticated and expensive-looking production. Whereas Beyond is somewhat grounded in reality and modern science, Moonsouls games contain more fantastical elements similar to some of the early Surface games. Two stars according to the length only. We have so few sci-fi games offered here at BFG and I think there is a big market for them because many of us who love playing HOPA games are from the Star Trek era and love the Sci-fi genre — just saying. I really like this game. Sure thing. It was the shortest game I've ever played. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by cyndrap from Good game with interesting storyline I was not sure about this game to start but the more I played the more I was taken into this world.

This is definitely a game worth getting because it is fun but I do recommend using a coupon or credit to buy it due to the length. Good sci-fi game. Happy gaming! MHG had lost its mojo lately, but this game has renewed my faith, Sci-fi is their wheelhouse and Moonsouls is a fantastic sci-fi! This game simply blew me away and I loved it! Interesting storyline, good graphics, the voice overs are a little irritating and once you get to the Sanctum not sure why the blue people have Russian accents but - - - - I enjoyed the demo and bought the game. We have so few sci-fi games offered here at BFG and I think there is a big market for them because many of us who love playing HOPA games are from the Star Trek era and love the Sci-fi genre — just saying. Not only are the hidden object scenes and the puzzles imaginative, but even the gadgets are also impressive and make total sense in the context of the story. I tend to play slowly as I have to take in every detail in the scenes and it did slow me down a bit. Nice graphics, story with a bit of a twist, a little easy on the puzzles, but very short play time. Mad Head Games nails the pacing and the storytelling in this game, which is further enhanced by a creative plot and memorable characters. You also use a Moonsouls Glove 5 times, but it doesn't involve a mini-game either. Even though this game was an instant purchase for me, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is a game you will enjoy as well.


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Below are brief descriptions of some of the Sweet Clouds I loved:? In the Collector's Edition version, each HOP scene has a very challenging Morphing Object to find, and you can play the replayable HOP's to pick up Morphs you may have forgotten to look for, as well as some Achievements. You also use a Moonsouls Glove 5 List, but it doesn't involve a mini-game either. A City young Isaac never knew existed until today, unfortunately, Sanctum has been destroyed by someone or something. I love finding hidden objects and that is what drew me to BFG in the beginning all those years ago. Yes, it's a short game, but they trashed all of Pioneer Lands cliche tasks except for one angry swarm Mystic Gateways: The Celestial Quest hornets added really interesting HOP's, fun puzzles, and a fresh new plot. The graphics were very well done. Good sci-fi game. The Lost Sanctum is a quality piece of art and yes, even I found the game to be a bit short Westward Kingdoms it took me almost six hours to complete. Mad Head Games nails the pacing and the storytelling in this game, which is further enhanced by a creative plot and memorable characters. Date published: TThe 4 out Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum 5 by dazytek from Nice game Was overall a good game just very short. I really like this game. The map is helpful but you don't have to wander too far to complete the objective.

In the Collector's Edition version, each HOP scene has a very challenging Morphing Object to find, and you can play the replayable HOP's to pick up Morphs you may have forgotten to look for, as well as some Achievements. Drag the diver through a maze while avoiding dangers and sea creatures. Even the puzzles are excellent, although there were one or two that I immediately skipped because I disliked the particular type of puzzle. I tend to play slowly as I have to take in every detail in the scenes and it did slow me down a bit. Yes, it's a short game, but they trashed all of the cliche tasks except for one angry swarm of hornets added really interesting HOP's, fun puzzles, and a fresh new plot. The quality of this game is amazing from the HOPS to the puzzles. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by cyndrap from Good game with interesting storyline I was not sure about this game to start but the more I played the more I was taken into this world. Find items and interact with the components to unlock the diary. It was the shortest game I've ever played. Nice graphics, story with a bit of a twist, a little easy on the puzzles, but very short play time. The adventure part of the game also stays clear of cookie-cutter tasks and mundane routines and incorporates some fresh and exciting ideas. The main chapters combined took me only three hours and 20 minutes to complete and the bonus chapter added just 40 extra minutes.

You play as Chief Shard who goes to Priora to seek her newfound friends' help when a disease spreads rapidly throughout the Guardians. Interesting storyline, good graphics, Mad Mouse voice overs are a little irritating and once you get to the Sanctum not sure why the blue people have Russian accents but - - - - I enjoyed World of Zellians demo and bought the game. It was the shortest game I've ever played. Because of the ease of spotting collectibles and morphs, I would probably recommend holding off for the SE version Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum you prefer collectibles to be more challenging. In this series:. The map is Battle Slots but you don't have to wander too far to complete the objective.


Drag the diver through a maze while avoiding dangers and sea creatures. Nice graphics, story with a bit of a twist, a little easy on the puzzles, but very short play time. Date published: The map is helpful but you don't have to wander too far to complete the objective. I'm rarely impressed with HOP's nowadays because they are just soooo easy, but I absolutely loved these! The HOPS are beautiful — something that stands out because so many other games have drab junkpiles to sort through by comparison. Thus, is does not meet one of my main requirements: games should be long lasting. Good sci-fi game. Yes, the game might be short, but it was absolutely perfect for me! One surprising turn during the story: when the silver egg is not going to be a silver knight, but a rotten egg. At no point in time did I become weary or bored playing this game, which is more than I can say for nearly all of the recent HOPA releases where I'm doing the same thing over and over, chapter after chapter, wondering if it will ever end. For me it was a wonderful turn of events to have the puzzles take back seat to the HOPS in the game. Not only are the hidden object scenes and the puzzles imaginative, but even the gadgets are also impressive and make total sense in the context of the story.

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  1. For me it was a wonderful turn of events to have the puzzles take back seat to the HOPS in the game. My favorites were finding items that Matched Swatches, finding 2 of each item, Symbol Finds very challenging and a Mushroom Pair Match. Nice puzzles, but not very challenging. The sci-fi element, puzzles that are not overly complicated and actually fit the task at hand. I have never become tired of the genre and Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is one of the best and most beautiful games in recent years.

  2. This game could easily look like a C-rate direct-to-DVD movie if not for its sophisticated and expensive-looking production. Even the puzzles are excellent, although there were one or two that I immediately skipped because I disliked the particular type of puzzle. I'm not a fan of gadgets but these aren't annoying at all. The graphics were very well done. Yes, the game might be short, but it was absolutely perfect for me!

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