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!
Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by KingFergus from a true hidden object game I liked the mystery part of it and the story gave me so much fun and suspence in playing the game Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by judeejuju from Just too short! You'll need to activate it by pressing symbols in order Standard plot and quest, it is not inventive or creative enough for a CE, so I opted for the SE with a free coupon. The adventure part of the game lacks complexity and challenge, and the magic ring feature adds no entertainment value whatsoever and is an absolute pain to interact with. Last time their attack was successful and the queen disappeared. I have really enjoyed other games in this series but this offering fell short, VERY short. I find her very boring, after all these years. I think this SE is worthy of a pcc or a good sale price. Bringing it to the fortress, where he and your father reside, will have a surprising outcome. I was really enjoying this game! Basically, this could have been a really good game, but the length and rushed ending ruined it. It is stressful and I don't need to be challenged to deathThe 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. I never got to "save the kingdom," I'm sorry, but this was such a such a disappointment that I may never buy a game again from this developer. Also, I don't like games that end abruptly and this one did. The artwork is nice and all, but the watercolor-painted style of the graphics makes the game looks a little cheap. As all Spirits of Mystery games go, you have to put an end to this madness and discover the real intentions behind this evil scheme. Thanks for reading 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. The whole game felt rushed to deadline, like it was cobbled together from old pieces, to vaguely fit the series. I'll let you discover that for yourself. I can't recommend someone else buy this game strictly on it's length. The main game included more of a werewolf vendetta that morphed into a nautical nightmare full of menacing octopuses. Too much was left unexplained, even in the back story, and as someone else pointed out, some of the translations into English left a lot to be desired. If you are a beginner, this might be a good adventure for you.
The bonus game was actually better, with a little more cohesive story, although very short. This was challenging enough for me. The adventure part of the game lacks complexity and challenge, and the magic ring feature adds no entertainment value whatsoever and is an absolute pain to interact with. Hope this was helpful. What I got to play I liked. The whole game felt rushed to deadline, like it was cobbled together from old pieces, to vaguely fit the series. If you are a beginner, this might be a good adventure for you. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by dndgirl from Too short! It is stressful and I don't need to be challenged to death Not worth the money. Some developers are just putting out games just to put them out and don't care about quality. The main game included more of a werewolf vendetta that morphed into a nautical nightmare full of menacing octopuses. I never got to "save the kingdom," I'm sorry, but this was such a such a disappointment that I may never buy a game again from this developer. I can't recommend someone else buy this game strictly on it's length.
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I would be happier with one great game a week, then this pattern of daily games Sparkle Unleashed demonstrate little innovation or challenge Also, this has to be the sequel that features some of the least exciting scene designs. I think that's where it stopped being a positive experience Lost Island: Mahjong Adventure me. Also, it might be nice to play a peasant once in awhile,,,something new I never got to "save the kingdom," I'm Twisted Lands: Insomniac, but this was such a such a disappointment that I may never buy a game again from this developer. How they could ever think that this was going to be a seller just on the length of the game alone is beyond me I like to relax and just have fun. My advice is wait for the non-collector version or skip it. It is stressful and I don't need to be challenged to death 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. So, when it was released, I tried it again, and decided to buy it, assuming it would continue to be a really good game. It Throne of Olympus abruptly stopped without finishing the story line. Date published: Rated 3 out Spirits of Mystery: The Lost Queen 5 by blkqun from Spirits of Mystery: The Lost Queen It was fun but to short, you get into then game and it's over, I would give it 2 stars because you solved nothing for maybe less then and hours playing time. Only took 30 min past the trial period to finish the game, then another 30 min to do the bonus game. Rated 4 out of 5 by funlovingrams65 from What a Difference.
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. Nor did there seem to be anything extra to do with them after the game. What the heck? 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. On opening the gates, she shows her true face: she steals your appearance and enters the fortress as you. If you are running on a budget or have limited time on your hands, Spirits of Mystery: The Lost Queen is the one to skip. I also did not understand why the prince and princess needed a mirror to talk to one another. Based on what I have read, the game is short as well. This was challenging enough for me. It isn't the best game and not the worst. Also, at times it would skip over dialog. The puzzles were for the most part fairly easy with just a few that took some thinking. Devs need to back up and take a look at what we like and the value we get for our money.
It's not slightly close to the usual level of HO's I've come to expect from them. I would have given Tearstone 4 stars if it had not been for the short length. Nor did there seem to be anything extra to do with them after the game. Hope this was Nightmares from the Deep: The Sirens Call Collectors Edition. Your father, the king, could be saved my his advisor Malgar, who is your fiance by now. When the green moon rises this time, your fiance asks for the ring to defend the kingdom. I find her very boring, after all these years. Had I paid full price I'd be really unhappy.