Everyone deserves a second chance. You’ve been in an accident and are fighting your way out of a coma. Inside your mind, you must explore your deepest memories in order to right the past and set yourself free. First you’ll go back to visit your mother, with whom you were estranged before she died. Now’s your chance to uncover the mystery of your rift and show her what she meant to you. Explore nostalgic locations and meet other people from your past in this moving, dramatic hidden-object puzzle adventure game. There’s also a guiding spirit whose true identity is yours to uncover. What happened all those years ago when your family was changed forever? The thing that really keeps you trapped might surprise you. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:
Always nice for us 'newbies'. If the inventory panel is not displayed when you need to use it, move your cursor around at the bottom of the screen to display it. There is no Map, but the hint button offers portals that take you to locations, which is a nice feature. Just as well I only had 1 more item to find in the HOS. That hour went by so fast. Puzzles can be skipped. The game starts off great The story line of the game was clean and well thought out, as was the words of encouragement along the way. Thanks once again GameHouse for always coming up with great new HO games! I overall found this game to be a very delightful and entertaining. The gameplay is straightforward. There are 4 stories to complete and an extra objective to help your dead mother to move on. Rated 5 out of 5 by kerith90angel from Mysteries of the Mind: coma coll ed This is one of my all time favorites.
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The tye plays in segments like Redemption Mydteries which is such a blast!! Mahjong Garden To Go story line of the game was clean and well thought out, as was the words of encouragement along the way. Bonus play should be extra, not the story's end. Date published: The HOS are interactive, and appear frequently. The gameplay is straightforward. The clues are easy to follow. So many of them are all about horror. There is no widescreen. There was some audio missing in the bonus play and the music was so horrible and repetitive I had to turn it off, but it was worth it. Always nice for us 'newbies'. I actually liked watching the cut scenes. Fighting for your life by settling things with your loved ones was a nice way to work through everything. The hidden object scenes interactive and are well done and there are plenty of Midn: and puzzles, mostly not too difficult.
Also, on the plus side the 'hint' button will give you clues as to where you should go next. There was some audio missing in the bonus play and the music was so horrible and repetitive I had to turn it off, but it was worth it. When you click it it will kind of open a portal to where you need to go next. Overall, a 'different', change of pace and style which I appreciate and will look forward to playing. You get to use objects within objects, which is always fun. Acts as a transporter to other locations. Basically more of a psychological thriller, taken down a notch in intensity in a good way I'd say. I played it low. Hint - Recharges fairly quickly. A few were unusual to me because I hadn't encountered these in other games. Found myself constantly using the guide for what's next. You have had a serious accident and a vision appears while you are in a coma, and a spirit guide tells you to make amends. Sparkles appear when a hidden object scene is available. It isn't hard so this is for anyone.
In story scenes you collect items to use in tasks now or store in the Inventory for later. Date published: Rated Halloween Stories: Mahjong out of 5 by whogirl from Hour went by way too fast At last a HOA where you don't have to find your, brother, sister, parents, or other kin Click on it, and you will be transported to this place. The music, after the intro, was nice to listen to. So you can't really tell how long a game is, just going by the amount of chapters. Wish devs wouldn't do that. Thats some thing I normaly skip. I actually liked watching the cut scenes. Basically more of a psychological thriller, taken down a notch in intensity in a good way I'd say. There are 4 stories to complete and an extra objective to help your dead mother to move on.
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Sparkles appear when a hidden object scene is available. Yet, it's a great game to play. I enjoyed this and found it to be an interesting change of pace from the regular cookie-cutter format in which most games seem to offer; enough so that it took me out of my game coma a lag due to being bored with the same styles and themes and over the top 'in your face' game features of which I am totally overly saturated with. Bringing yourself back to life through letting go of regrets. I could do all the mini games, and the HO scenes were easy. The Inventory panel is displayed across the bottom of the screen. The graphics are gorgeous and the storyline is a blast. Shows inventory items needed for a particular area. Read this often. There is a choice of custom and system cursor. I liked the gamplay and the graphics too. Always nice for us 'newbies'. Items stay in the Inventory until no longer needed. Acts as a transporter to other locations. Your Memories diary is at the left.