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If you are like me, and you notice all smallests details of the games you play, you are going to like this game. Dark Parables: The Exiled Prince is one of the latest releases into the hidden object/adventure games. The game features a great story, absolutely wonderful graphics, and challenging tasks for you to accomplish. So the story that unrolls before you seems to be familiar at the beginning. You join a chancellor's daughter and her body guard as they walk in the forest. Soon they get lost and even missing, and that is the start of your adventures. As they go they talk about the Prince from the story where he used to be a frog, but turned into a man after being kissed. The classic story tells us that the used-to-be-a frog prince and the kisser lived happily ever after. But according to the game things went wrong somewhere along the way and the poor guy is now wandering in the forset. Such a beginning was a great hook for me to stay there more to see their version of the end of the story.
The word “mystery” usually implies the spooky atmosphere and dark colors. That’s definitely not the case. Though the game plot is based on mysterious disappearance of an Earl and all the characters you’ll meet on your way will tell you nothing except the frightened and disjointed account, hardly there is anything enigmatic. But there are lot’s of romantics. If I were asked who’d most probably like Mystery of the Earl I’d suggest the girls who generally enjoy all the wedding rush and know what the garter looks like. This adventure game consists of hidden object scenes and some puzzles. And it will not take much time to solve them for the experienced players. And though Mystery of the Earl might seem a strange option for the Halloween eve, but for those of you who are tired of darkness, vampires, and other sinister stuff might like the game.
You play a young FBI agent solving a series of muders. The story turns out to be more complicated than you would have expected. The story starts with the fact that you had been tortured by a nighmare as a girl every night till you left the town. The nightmare is really horrifying with some satanic rituals and scary creatures. So as you can expect that part from the past wasn't told you just to fill in the space, and you can expect to reach some links with the past now 20 years later. The game is a typical mixture of seek-and-find levels with the interactive parts and other small puzzles. The graphics is one of the major pros of the game. If you are anything like me and apprecialte when your eyes can get just as much pleasure as your mind, you should play Mystery Valley.
The name of the newly released game by Codeminion might scare away the players who are already sick and tired of the cursed houses and dilapidated buildings. Phantasmat starts with a car crash and as soon as you get to know that your heroine has stayed alive, you're advised to look for the help in an old hotel but under no circumstances stay there. By the way hardly anyone would stay in the the hotel called "Drowned Dead Hotel" in a real life. But has anyone ever followed such advices while playing? I bet that only those of you did so, who shut down the casual games after having played them for several minutes.
Some of the stories remain the most favorite no matter how many times they are replayed in the books, movies, and games. One of those is the situation when people having some kind of common past are gethered in a strange place together, and then one by one they get killed. And the question that is floating in the air is - who is next?
Murder Island: Secret of Tantalus is the game with that kind of a scenario. You follow a young man on his way to a Greek island where he is to meet with the high school classmates. He is anticipating lots of fun and adventure, but things turn out to be totally the opposite very quickly.
Polished games are especially good at the end of the holiday season, when you go through this period of going back to normal. Don't you just need something cozy and comfortable just before all of it is over? Death at Fairing Point: A Dana Knightstone Novel serves this purpose very well if you are a fan of the adventure genre. If not, go and find something from your genre. The story starts when Dana meets a ghost at a hotel where she is staying for vacation. The game will be more fun for those who a fans of the interactive adventures, rather than hidden object levels.
Having all of the ingredients is not enough to get a great game. It is pretty important how you mix all of that together. And Mystery of Mortlake Mansion does it in a very awesome way. The story allows you to choose if you want to be a male or female character. Then you learn that you are invited by R to a mansion. You don't know too much neither about the mansion nor who this R is at first. But then the story unfolds and you find out all of the details and what is going on. This R turned out to be a real fan of magic, and all of his life was spent on trying to find out as much as possible about his favorite magician. After all he got trapped into the Mortlake mansion and needs your help now.
The story tells you that there was a princes who slept for 100 years. Then she woke up, but didn't find anyone around. So now she is set to find out what's going on. Of course, there is no magic world without a witch in it, so you could expect that character to appear sooner or later. Anyways you are to help Sophia find the answers now. By the way the game suggests you that player's name, but you can change it if you don't want to. The game belongs to the popular hidden object/adventure genre. Most of the time you get to wonder around and interact with different items. The game is not an easy one.