Eipix continues its ground-breaking Myths of the World series with a heart-pounding, fire-breathing adventure! It was just supposed to be a routine mission. Fly in, drop supplies, and fly out. But when a dragon attacks your plane, crash-landing in a lush valley, you're drawn into the adventure of a lifetime! This ancient valley is filled with living, breathing dragons - guardians of nature who protect the weak. But when one of their own becomes possessed by their ultimate foe, it's up to you to restore order. Can you defeat the Dragon King's mighty terracotta army, or will the world be destroyed once more, just like it was centuries ago?
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They are always gorgeous, with idiosyncratic story lines and unusual mini-games. If not, it is more striking now than ever. In this series:. I loved everything about the game: the gorgeous Chinese landscapes, the mountains, puzzles Masters of Mystery: Blood of Betrayal storyline! The mini games and HO's are great. When you find one of these a banner comes down from the top of the page and lets you know Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse been found. The graphics are so very well done. There is a tiny bamboo strip near the "hint" button. The colors, graphics and storyline was totally the best. There is an alternate Mahjong game if you prefer that. It grabbed my interest from the very beginning when the narrator says "Only the greatest myths last through the ages. I HAVE to mention that because it's one of my fav flowers so Looking for hidden objects around bamboo paths and fighting dragons kept me thinking.
Rated 5 out of 5 by chezmah from Totally Enjoyable The graphics are simply splendid, the cutscenes are utterly epic and all of the locations look absolutely magical on our screens. But the HOPs are quite well done and all interactive. I loved everything about the game: the gorgeous Chinese landscapes, the mountains, puzzles and storyline! Each 'non-HOP' seen has a 'bamboo strip' to find and you can tell whether or not you have gotten it in that particular scene by checking the bottom right of your screen. You can play mahjong instead of HO's. The bonus chapter offers an entertaining continuation to the main story, it lasted about an hour — brings the total length to a delightful 5-and-a-half-hour. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SkyeGray from I love the whole series because.. Waiting for the next one! I found this to be very annoying because when I clicked on it, it literally FLEW up into the air and opened with rippling sheets!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by auntyrob from You had me at Dragons! The puzzles ranged from very easy to very hard and some in-between. You have to click on something or perform a task in order to 'reveal' the souvenir. The colors are spot on and there was no over-use of the colored crayons.
I like a good challenge. I enjoyed listening to it during the demo. If you like all the 'bells and whistles' like I do, you'll be happy with this game. Legacy of the Incas Heart of Desolation featured some very cool multi-layered hidden object scenes, with a variety of formats to keep things fresh and a Mahjong mode to switch to. They are oc gorgeous, with idiosyncratic story lines and unusual mini-games. In fact, Desolayion dare say there are more 'puzzles' than there are HOPs. The graphics Spooky Mahjong gorgeous so were the dragons!
The words match the lips moving. If you want to spend some relaxing time in a lovely environment in the pursuit of discovery, this is the perfect game. The puzzles include several I have not seen before, some of which were quite fun. There are also four 'golden heart' puzzles as a bonus. After so many games it becomes the same, gain items to defeat the bad guy and save the world. Each location realistically portrays the Orient settings of the game and we were so absorbed into the game to the point that we really felt that we were floating in the center of the Himalayas. The Heart of Desolation featured some very cool multi-layered hidden object scenes, with a variety of formats to keep things fresh and a Mahjong mode to switch to. Although I wonder why MY character never really spoke. Talk about new When you find the bamboo strip in the area you are playing, it lights up. It is not 'either or'. In The Heart of Desolation, you arrived at a small village in the middle of the Himalayas where you found the terracotta warriors attacking the locals, along with its leader, the Earth Dragon. The bonus content is superb. They are always gorgeous, with idiosyncratic story lines and unusual mini-games. This is the 5th game in the Myths of the World series and it was wonderful.
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I love the storyline, visuals are great, music is too. Lots of colorful and detailed scenes. Each 'non-HOP' seen has a 'bamboo strip' to find and you can tell whether or not you have gotten it in that particular scene by checking the bottom right of your screen. This myth is from an ancient land and forged in fire". The graphics were gorgeous so were the dragons! If not, it is more striking now than ever. You have to click on something or perform a task in order to 'reveal' the souvenir. I found this to be very annoying because when I clicked on it, it literally FLEW up into the air and opened with rippling sheets!! The game opened with a terrific cutscene and continued its awesomeness from there. The oriental overtones were extreme in entertainment. I loved the challenge of new twists on the puzzles. I would buy this game again.