Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past Collectors Edition

AMAX Interactive presents another enchanting fantasy adventure in their classic Spirits of Mystery series! Your peaceful summer retreat is interrupted by Dark Reapers kidnapping your mother and chasing your Aunt. What do these dark spirits want? Are you going to be next? On your journey to save your family you will uncover a dark secret that your family has covered up for many years. Can you restore the bonds of trust or will those that you love remain lost forever to hatred and revenge? Find out in this charming hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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The magical lens gadget that AMAX Interactive keeps including in these Spirits of Mystery games is still a dull and lazy idea, an unnecessary distraction. So I a gave up after only nine minutes. There are no Morphing Objects as far as collecting them, but a few of the HOS's had several Morphing Objects that Subject 13 to be clicked on when it was in the correct form. The sound track is good and I found that there was only one scene that had howling wolves. Want to move forward — play a Sherlock Holmes VS Arsene Lupin need a tool — play a puzzle, and the list goes on, and on, and on. I kinda of already gave up on the Spirits of Mystery series for it kept disappointing even my lowest expectations installment after installment. The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have! I did run into a glitch with one of the cards not being available in the 3rd chapter, inside the tree that you heal. Then you have a magical thing that you wave around the scene to find magical symbols floating in the air, and that charges up the magical thing so you can use to it get rid of said magical poisonous flowers. Then it's 30 years later and you're the daughter of the one who got pulled away who is now the queen and you have Battle Slots go rescue her, which is why you need to rescue your sister who is the other little girl who is also now all grown up. I have only deducted one star because the game had too many puzzles. I think the reason so many games are now considered cookie cutters is that the puzzles replace the creativity of storyline and HOS. Yes, we have the same evil entities trying to make trouble for the Kingdoms but in many ways this is a much milder game Planet Horse I could play instead of a game that was becoming quite violent in its storylines.

I did run into a glitch with one of the cards not being available in the 3rd chapter, inside the tree that you heal. Happy gaming! Rated 5 out of 5 by Yurnmesis from Trial: Exquisite Development Graphics, voice overs and characters were superbly developed and crafted,Their clothes were designed with attention to detail and visually pleasing. The Magical Amulet looks like a hand-held mirror basically, and it allows you to search the scene for 7 different Symbols to recharge it. There are a ton of Mini-Games and smaller puzzles throughout this game, even the Plus-items require solving a puzzle of some sort. Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past is miles more entertaining than the past few sequels, but that still does not make it a great game. You still have to find some shaped keys to get the wolf statue to drop the door key, because doesn't everybody lock themselves inside the house and then lock up the key with yet more keys which you have to find before you can get the key to unlock the key to unlock the front door? I guess the reaper had an extra. There are no alternative Puzzle or Games available. They soon discovered why father forbade them when Miranda's curiosity led to her disappearance into the evil abyss. Our storyline finds Princess Airrin of the Fire Lion Kingdom in a fight to save her mother and aunt after they have been kidnapped by the Dark Reapers. The hefty backstory makes for an engaging premise for the game and the ubiquity of action sequences certainly helps. The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have! The sound track is good and I found that there was only one scene that had howling wolves.

The scene designs remain pretty basic, but with enough interesting details to keep me captivated. The puzzles have been my least favorite part and even with skipping many of them I think the game Pash longer than the three chapters would indicate but I play games slowly so what make take me a long time to play isn't necessarily what it might take others to complete. Most of the main Hidden Object Scenes have 2 different types in each one. The Far Kingdoms: Awakening Solitaire sound track is good and Collectora found that there was only one scene that had howling wolves. And another thing A non-magical Scythe or Sickle would have tackled the weeds just as easily and never needs to be recharged, but I'm sure they would require gloves, a new handle, Mad Mouse to remove the rust and a whetstone to sharpen them, The Three Musketeers: Miladys Vengeance Because there is a Gadget involved that's basically a lens, you are required to find 7 Hidden Symbols located within the Collectora scene, using the Magic Amulet. There aren't a lot of Hidden Object Scenes in Trivia Machine Reloaded the main or the CE bonus chapter, this is definitely a puzzle-heavy game. I didn't og any of the mini-games or conversation dialogs, nor did I skip through the cutscenes, and of course I wrote notes.


Yes, we have the same evil entities trying to make trouble for the Kingdoms but in many ways this is a much milder game that I could play instead of a game that was becoming quite violent in its storylines. I didn't skip any of the mini-games or conversation dialogs, nor did I skip through the cutscenes, and of course I wrote notes. As a doll artist I am swept away by the characters created by this artistic team. Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past took me over four hours to complete and the bonus chapter took me another hour, so at least the game makes up with its above average length. Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past delivers in terms of its production, although not the best we have seen from this developer. Then, you rush outside to see your sister sword fighting with the black wraith reaper. That was 30 years ago, Lilith, the eldest is now the Queen and Princess Sylvia is now an Aunt, but they vowed an oath of secrecy that is now returning to haunt this Royal Family to their graves! There are no Morphing Objects as far as collecting them, but a few of the HOS's had several Morphing Objects that had to be clicked on when it was in the correct form. I enjoyed the storyline and the gameplay, even the gimmicky Song of the Moon looking glass was still fun to use. I have only deducted one star because the game had too many puzzles. The puzzles have been my least favorite part and even with skipping many of them I think the game is longer than the three chapters would indicate but I play games slowly so what make take me a long time to play isn't necessarily what it might take others to complete. I would prefer more HOS than puzzles and would like to see more of a balance.

Also, I found the hidden object games filled with interesting and clearly identifiable items, the mini games were well designed even if I don't like mini games It's been a long time since I've been impressed by development to detail and quality of design in a game. So I a gave up after only nine minutes. Rated 5 out of 5 by Yurnmesis from Trial: Exquisite Development Graphics, voice overs and characters were superbly developed and crafted,Their clothes were designed with attention to detail and visually pleasing. The scene designs remain pretty basic, but with enough interesting details to keep me captivated. For me the game was quite enjoyable and I recommend that you try the demo. I enjoyed the storyline and the gameplay, even the gimmicky Song of the Moon looking glass was still fun to use. Then it's 30 years later and you're the daughter of the one who got pulled away who is now the queen and you have to go rescue her, which is why you need to rescue your sister who is the other little girl who is also now all grown up. Then you have a magical thing that you wave around the scene to find magical symbols floating in the air, and that charges up the magical thing so you can use to it get rid of said magical poisonous flowers. Where did she get the sword? Additionally, the well-crafted animations and cutscenes are also effective at maintaining the sense of suspense and urgency. I'm going to purchase this game! A disappointment for me is that the game did not have as many HOPS as I would like but the ones that were in the game were excellent. The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have!

Although there is nothing really new, I still have enjoyed the game. Happy gaming! I'm going to purchase this game! Then it's 30 years later and you're the daughter of the one who got pulled away who is now the queen and you have to go rescue her, which is why you need to rescue your sister who is the other little girl who is also now all grown up. A disappointment for me is that the game did not have as many HOPS as I would like but the ones that were in the game were excellent. At a time when there are few high caliber products coming out, especially in the HO game market where everything is so run of the mill, "Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past," is a breath of fresh air. I would prefer more HOS than puzzles and would like to see more of a balance. You still have to find some shaped keys to get the wolf statue to drop the door key, because doesn't everybody lock themselves inside the house and then lock up the key with yet more keys which you have to find before you can get the key to unlock the key to unlock the front door? The CE SG shows it being there, and the zoom zone was still accessible, but there was NO card, I even tried clicking everywhere just in case I just couldn't see it, but nothing worked! The puzzles have been my least favorite part and even with skipping many of them I think the game is longer than the three chapters would indicate but I play games slowly so what make take me a long time to play isn't necessarily what it might take others to complete. Date published: There are a ton of Mini-Games and smaller puzzles throughout this game, even the Plus-items require solving a puzzle of some sort.

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12 thoughts on “Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past Collectors Edition

  1. There are no alternative Puzzle or Games available. The CE SG shows it being there, and the zoom zone was still accessible, but there was NO card, I even tried clicking everywhere just in case I just couldn't see it, but nothing worked! Most of the main Hidden Object Scenes have 2 different types in each one. Rated 5 out of 5 by Yurnmesis from Trial: Exquisite Development Graphics, voice overs and characters were superbly developed and crafted,Their clothes were designed with attention to detail and visually pleasing.

  2. The colors, sounds jump map, character's, etc.. Personally, I didn't hate this game, it was exactly as I suspected, a take-it-or-leave-it kinda game. Date published: The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have!

  3. I kinda of already gave up on the Spirits of Mystery series for it kept disappointing even my lowest expectations installment after installment. So I a gave up after only nine minutes. To my surprise, I actually found myself fairly intrigued by this twelfth sequel. I enjoyed the storyline and the gameplay, even the gimmicky Song of the Moon looking glass was still fun to use. I played the entire game which took me about 5.

  4. Personally, I didn't hate this game, it was exactly as I suspected, a take-it-or-leave-it kinda game. I had fairly much burned out on the series but decided to give this game a try, and although there are some mixed reviews on the game I actually think this game is better than several of the previous games. The puzzles have been my least favorite part and even with skipping many of them I think the game is longer than the three chapters would indicate but I play games slowly so what make take me a long time to play isn't necessarily what it might take others to complete. I did run into a glitch with one of the cards not being available in the 3rd chapter, inside the tree that you heal. As a doll artist I am swept away by the characters created by this artistic team.

  5. Personally, I didn't hate this game, it was exactly as I suspected, a take-it-or-leave-it kinda game. I would prefer more HOS than puzzles and would like to see more of a balance. Puzzles cut into my enjoyment of a good storyline and quite frankly, I am becoming very tired of playing a HO game to find that they are really becoming puzzle games. I didn't skip any of the mini-games or conversation dialogs, nor did I skip through the cutscenes, and of course I wrote notes. Also, dialogue was well written.

  6. I did run into a glitch with one of the cards not being available in the 3rd chapter, inside the tree that you heal. The hefty backstory makes for an engaging premise for the game and the ubiquity of action sequences certainly helps. In spite of a series that I thought was long past retirement, I found that I really liked this game.

  7. The colors, sounds jump map, character's, etc.. To my surprise, I actually found myself fairly intrigued by this twelfth sequel. As a doll artist I am swept away by the characters created by this artistic team. As is the current trend after gamers began to demand more puzzles, this game is buried in puzzles. A non-magical Scythe or Sickle would have tackled the weeds just as easily and never needs to be recharged, but I'm sure they would require gloves, a new handle, oil to remove the rust and a whetstone to sharpen them, right?

  8. Personally, I didn't hate this game, it was exactly as I suspected, a take-it-or-leave-it kinda game. Along with the characters being mostly beautiful, they are so realistic. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter within the Main Chapters: 1-Use the Amulet to find 7 hidden symbols in the scene. Want to move forward — play a puzzle; need a tool — play a puzzle, and the list goes on, and on, and on. Also, dialogue was well written.

  9. The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have! With the help of the Oracle, Airrin will need all of her strength to overcome the Reapers and free her family from the unseen power that is controlling the Reapers. I guess the reaper had an extra. The sound track is good and I found that there was only one scene that had howling wolves. Some of the more complex puzzles are available in a Casual or Hard Mode of difficulty, but for the most part, they are solvable on the first attempt.

  10. The soundtrack with the baying wolves is one from the Shadow Wolf series but developers do reuse the tools they have! There are no Morphing Objects as far as collecting them, but a few of the HOS's had several Morphing Objects that had to be clicked on when it was in the correct form. I would prefer more HOS than puzzles and would like to see more of a balance. Also, dialogue was well written.

  11. Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past delivers in terms of its production, although not the best we have seen from this developer. I kinda of already gave up on the Spirits of Mystery series for it kept disappointing even my lowest expectations installment after installment. Our storyline finds Princess Airrin of the Fire Lion Kingdom in a fight to save her mother and aunt after they have been kidnapped by the Dark Reapers. Along with another Amax game, we are treated to another Gadget! Yes, we have the same evil entities trying to make trouble for the Kingdoms but in many ways this is a much milder game that I could play instead of a game that was becoming quite violent in its storylines.

  12. This developer stepped up to bring us a game that we can enjoy viewing and with crafting that made me want to see more. There are no alternative Puzzle or Games available. The CE SG shows it being there, and the zoom zone was still accessible, but there was NO card, I even tried clicking everywhere just in case I just couldn't see it, but nothing worked! I played the entire game which took me about 5. Whisper of the Past is a great improvement, IMHO, over some of the more recent games in the series and although we have the smoky cloaked Dark Reapers the tone of the game is not as dark as the past four games.

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