From Eipix, the makers of the successful series Final Cut, Off the Record, and Sea of Lies, comes more Myths of the World. The rat catcher's after more than rats this time. He’s kidnapping fairy folk! Where did these pixies come from, and what do they have to do with your grandfather's fairy tales? Play both traditional and silhouette hidden-object puzzles in this dark fairy tale game. A unique new Q&A puzzle helps you discover your grandfather's tie to the fairy realm. 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:
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The HOS were spread out fairly evenly throughout the game. This, to me, just seemed like something that was chucked in at the last minute to set up the plot for the bonus chapter. There are quite a lot of new features in here. At this stage, the story hadn't gotten too interesting, so I almost considered not purchasing, but the gameplay was too good to ignore. I found myself deliberately trying to get the questions wrong so I could explore all options. The story is fun and engaging, the voice acting is great, and the graphics are nice,crisp, Loves Epitaph charming. Nothing pains me more than seeing heaps of one and hardly any of the other, so a good job here. While I thought this was a good initiative, I didn't like it. You must create 1 jewel for Titania's crown in each scene. When you use the monocle, you will have to complete a short and rather easy puzzle. This is Eipix's best game Word: quite a while and it Collectoes nothing short of a 5-star rating. I have one set as my desktop background right now. The puzzles are fun--not too difficult but not too easy. Some of them were tricky and you really had to put your thinking cap on. Tradewinds Classic you like magic and fairies and humor, this game may be a good choice.
I can only hope Eipix continue to make these genre-defining games. The one thing that I loved most about this story were the characters. You'll enjoy this one. When we couple the voiceovers with the music and ambient sound effects we then have a sound package that is of cinematic quality and absolutely wonderful. That was the low of an otherwise good story for me. The game is one that I enjoyed from beginning to end and I think it is truly one of those special 5-star games. The character designs are great too, as each character appears very lifelike. They're actually challenging, and come in many different forms. This is a wonderful new thing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grammakk from precious first off if you don't like a lot of dialog this is not for you. I am going to try it on a harder setting next time. The main game ended conclusively, so the bonus chapter is not needed, but I do have one complaint: Towards the end of the game, it is mentioned that Rita had a twin sister.
Caveman Physics was absolutely hilarious. This game has officially raised the bear in terms of HOPA gameplay! I was really astounded this game was so good. The music was beautiful Irish music and each scene sounded different than the others. We've now got a HOPA-first I can only hope Eipix continue to make these genre-defining games. I enjoyed collecting them. I had to Queens Garden 2 the hint button a few times but most of the puzzles were logical enough to figure out. Other than that, a good bonus chapter. This was a great twist and the most exciting part of the main game for me. Some of them are new, some of them are not.
The puzzles are fun--not too difficult but not too easy. Expert Players? Eipix has definitely raised the bar for future HOPA games and put all developers on notice. You play the grand daughter of a famous writer who has since passed away. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kayhlan from What a great game! The story is fun and engaging, the voice acting is great, and the graphics are nice,crisp, and charming. Like the HOS, the puzzles are spaced out fairly evenly and there are a few of them there. The CE, definitely. As you try your best to follow in his footsteps, suddenly you find yourself dragged into a magical battle that threatens to destroy life on Earth as you know it. This game is packed full of features that made this game impossible to resist. This is just the soundtrack of the game. The diary had a built-in timer, which let you know how long you had been playing the game. Irish fairies are fun. As usual, with an Eipix game, you get top-class, highly detailed graphics.The Fairy Shoes have there own little place in the extras section. It made the game so much better! I bought the SE during a sale, but I would definitely say that it would be worth it to buy at regular price. See my Bonus Content Review at the bottom for more info. The graphics were sharp and colorful. Other than that, a good bonus chapter. The character designs are great too, as each character appears very lifelike. You play the grand daughter of a famous writer who has since passed away. You do this through solving a quite challenging puzzle. When you use the monocle, you will have to complete a short and rather easy puzzle. Firstly, there were no collectibles in the bonus chapter, which was a little annoying. I really don't do reviews although I play a lot of games. You'll enjoy this one. A great story; not Eipix's best, but still decent.
This was a wonderful feature for me and really helped. There are 8 to choose from. While I thought this was a good initiative, I didn't like it. I have one set as my desktop background right now. Eipix has really taken initiative here and learned that we players want something new, something exciting, and they've delivered here. I look forward to the next Myths of the World with great anticipation. I thought the other puzzles were still good and extremely fun, even if most of them were a tad easy. Monocle- This is used a few times in the game. Other than that, a good bonus chapter. But Myths of the World; of Fiends and Fairies wasn't just a great game, but unlike most of the Hidden Object games I've played, it had a really good ending. It's for that reason I consider this a game of the year contender. That being said, it redeemed itself by having a timer. My favourite character of them all was Gideon the leprechaun, but I did also love the interaction between the two guardians of the coffin! Nothing pains me more than seeing heaps of one and hardly any of the other, so a good job here.