The Myth Seekers: The Legacy of Vulcan

As the 1920's draws to a close, political tensions run high in Italy. When a member of the top-secret Myth Seekers agency goes missing, you're called in to discover the truth. Can you recover the Hammer of Vulcan before havoc is unleashed by the ancient gods? Explore picturesque locations across modern Italy and solve challenging puzzles as you clash with the deadly foe of the Myth Seekers!

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Think these gods never existed? Give it a try! The mini-games included the usual variations of jigsaw puzzles, mazes, and Te things to their proper places, but generally more complex than the simple ones we usually see. I'm a fan of CE bling, so as usual, I recommend that version over this SE version, but here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Agent Phillip Miller was working on a top secret mission when he mysteriously vanished. Bellona, Mars' twin sister and goddess of war, has stolen the hammer as part of her revenge plot Battle Slots Vulcan. It draws quite a bit of inspiration from Roman myths, which is nice for those with a literary bent. Perfect user interface. Also, the speech boxes at the top are too massive, they obscure what's Elven Legend 6: The Treacherous Trick on in the game and sort of ruin the immersive Sparkle Unleashed. In exploration mode, actions were eLgacy intuitive and, even though some of the usual "laundry list" was included, inventory items were used logically. The scenes were stunningly done, the story was factual and cohesive, the music was lovely and the games and hidden object scenes The Myth Seekers: The Legacy of Vulcan fun, pf and not too easy but not so hard that became real head-scratchers. The artwork is immaculate, clear, and so life-like. But really?? Unfortunately it's so low on challenge vis-a-vis the hidden object scenes and other tasks that I'm almost falling asleep in the midst of all the amazing scenery.

The Hidden Object Scenes vary with each new scene, and there is an alternative Pair game where you match related pairs. Love the story and the era. The voiceovers are good and not too slow or too fast and matches the close caption perfectly. I'm not much for fancy touches - I would rather not be distracted from a good story - so I waited for the SE. Give it a try! Some of the mini-games will be a bit too easy for cleverer players than I, but there is room for all of in the pond. There are even FROG finds, where you must find several fragments that are listed in 3 sections, and each section goes together to form one useful inventory item, once all pieces have been found. Very few know the truth about fairy tales from bygone eras, and even fewer know the real truth of why The Myth Seekers exist! Not that I dislike magic. The other various sounds are cool. The chapters are so long, they take up about 15 or more pages in the SG. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Beautiful One of the reasons beside the sale.. Game play is fun and at the right level of difficulty.

The mini-games included the usual variations of Battle Slots puzzles, mazes, and moving things to their proper places, but generally more complex than the simple ones we usually see. Throw in a few more gods and goddesses, some weather events, a dash of treachery, all with lovely art, and you have an adventure which is just right for me. Think Dream Vacation Solitaire As you acquire mythic artifacts lower rightthese have to be used in order to access new mythic scenes. Below are brief descriptions of some of the Teh you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Swap the books so that the images on the spines form a complete picture. The scenes were stunningly done, the story was factual and cohesive, the music was lovely and the games and hidden object scenes were fun, diverse and not too easy but not so hard that became real head-scratchers.


Accept the mission as a Myth Seekers agent! This game to me is truly a 5-star game. That is the case here, and I might add, that you're left staring at a blank black screen which seems to take forever. Think these gods never existed? Characters are unique. AND only one so far magical cornucopia. The chapters are so long, they take up about 15 or more pages in the SG. And - what if? One of the reasons I only gave it 3 stars is because there is a second lag time when changing locales, or skipping mini-games which makes the game somewhat tedious to play. So tired of the ALL powerful rings, bracelets, tattoos and potions I could spit. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with each new scene, and there is an alternative Pair game where you match related pairs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Beautiful One of the reasons beside the sale.. It actually extended nearly all the way across the screen, and scrolled automatically to offscreen items. Unfortunately it's so low on challenge vis-a-vis the hidden object scenes and other tasks that I'm almost falling asleep in the midst of all the amazing scenery.

Accept the mission as a Myth Seekers agent! If this dev can bring the storyline and challenge level up to the same level of creativity that was put into the visuals, the next game will be a winner. There were distinctive HO scenes and mini-games as well. AND only one so far magical cornucopia. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by CiCiRR from Not bad The visuals and sound is good, the storyline, while interesting, is a bit garbled and at times doesn't really seem logical. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Swap the books so that the images on the spines form a complete picture. Everything is flowing beautifully and I can't stop playing because I can't wait to see where I'll be transported next and the wonders there for me to behold! Give it a try! Animation was done well, except the characters moved a bit oddly and appeared a somewhat cartoonish. I'm not much for fancy touches - I would rather not be distracted from a good story - so I waited for the SE. Learn the truth behind the destruction of Pompeii and face off against the enemies of the Agency as you race to prevent another catastrophe! What if it were all true? The mini-games included the usual variations of jigsaw puzzles, mazes, and moving things to their proper places, but generally more complex than the simple ones we usually see. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from A fun mythic adventure seeking Vulcan The title of the series is appropriate, as the story revolves around the myth of Vulcan and Venus.

Fantastic storyline, interesting gameplay, and immersive production. Can you recover the Hammer of Vulcan before havoc is unleashed by the ancient gods? The devs should have included more storyline, more original tasks or just fewer pointlessly easy tasks , since it's so far bringing the game down. Date published: There were distinctive HO scenes and mini-games as well. It draws quite a bit of inspiration from Roman myths, which is nice for those with a literary bent. I would have given 5 stars, except the artwork is not as nice as I would like, and the high definition quality varies--some places excellent, and other places a bit blurry. Not that I dislike magic. What if it were all true? Expert players will find the puzzles too easy, but newer players will enjoy. Very few know the truth about fairy tales from bygone eras, and even fewer know the real truth of why The Myth Seekers exist! Use many divine artifacts created by Vulcan! The first order of business is to locate the Vesuvian Codex and get in touch with an Italian agent named Lorenzo.

14 thoughts on “The Myth Seekers: The Legacy of Vulcan

  1. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from A fun mythic adventure seeking Vulcan The title of the series is appropriate, as the story revolves around the myth of Vulcan and Venus. Animation was done well, except the characters moved a bit oddly and appeared a somewhat cartoonish. Other times, the "puzzle" required visiting several areas and gathering inventory items. Also, when you collect an object to use, you have to mouse over it to find out exactly what it is if it isn't immediately obvious.

  2. Voiceovers were excellent, as were environmental sounds. During this stunning adventure you will travel across Italy, solving countless puzzles and looking for clues in hidden object scenes. Yes, I highly recommend this game. Unfortunately it's so low on challenge vis-a-vis the hidden object scenes and other tasks that I'm almost falling asleep in the midst of all the amazing scenery.

  3. Characters are unique. I really enjoyed the Progressive, Interactive HOP, where you find one object, and then place that object in the scene logically, which exposes the next interactive object and so forth. The Mini Games as I stated earlier, are a bit too simplistic, but that's probably just me, I don't mind easy puzzles, or hard puzzles for that matter, but I do prefer puzzles that require me to use my brain, not just completing a puzzle by instinct because there's a pattern or because I've done the same exact puzzle so many times before, that I could solve it in my sleep does that make sense?

  4. The scenes were stunningly done, the story was factual and cohesive, the music was lovely and the games and hidden object scenes were fun, diverse and not too easy but not so hard that became real head-scratchers. As far as a CE version goes, I think the CE version fits the bill, because there are Collectibles and Morphing Objects offered along with the usual Achievements, Wallpapers, and re-playable puzzles etc. Several times, the only instruction given was "interact with the scene," which I love. I hope to see more games in this series.

  5. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from A fun mythic adventure seeking Vulcan The title of the series is appropriate, as the story revolves around the myth of Vulcan and Venus. I'm a fan of CE bling, so as usual, I recommend that version over this SE version, but here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Agent Phillip Miller was working on a top secret mission when he mysteriously vanished. But I am a lady, afterall. Date published: Explore picturesque locations across modern Italy and solve challenging puzzles as you clash with the deadly foe of the Myth Seekers!

  6. What if it were all true? Some of the puzzles were a cross between a HO scene and a mini-game. Think again! There were distinctive HO scenes and mini-games as well. As you acquire mythic artifacts lower right , these have to be used in order to access new mythic scenes.

  7. The Hidden Object Scenes vary with each new scene, and there is an alternative Pair game where you match related pairs. At first, I thought this game was going to be a poor attempt at replicating Myths of the World, because it starts out almost the same way. This one just misses it by a hair's breadth. Not that I dislike magic. Can you recover the Hammer of Vulcan before havoc is unleashed by the ancient gods?

  8. But really?? Throw in a few more gods and goddesses, some weather events, a dash of treachery, all with lovely art, and you have an adventure which is just right for me. What if it were all true? The game is beautifully scored.

  9. One of the reasons I only gave it 3 stars is because there is a second lag time when changing locales, or skipping mini-games which makes the game somewhat tedious to play. Awesome Fun! There were distinctive HO scenes and mini-games as well. There are only 4 chapters, but most of the chapters are stretched out too much with meaningless tasks and a lot of back and forth, find this here go back there etc.

  10. This one just misses it by a hair's breadth. This is a fun game to play. The story is easy to follow and better than average. But in spite of the glitches, I would recommend this game.

  11. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Alenee from Pretty but a little bit dim This is a lovingly illustrated game with the artistry I've come to expect from Artifex Mundi. There were distinctive HO scenes and mini-games as well. This is a fun game to play.

  12. Myths tell the story of a legendary blacksmith to the gods, who became crippled when he was cast to Earth by his own mother at birth, a legendary blacksmith, with a legendary Hammer. It takes place in the 's, and you play the role of a new Myth Seekers agent, Amelia, who has been tasked with picking up where missing Agent Miller left off before his disappearance, and of course, there are puzzles to solve and decode to peel back the layers of conspiracies and paranoias. Throw in a few more gods and goddesses, some weather events, a dash of treachery, all with lovely art, and you have an adventure which is just right for me.

  13. Expert players will find the puzzles too easy, but newer players will enjoy. The mini-games included the usual variations of jigsaw puzzles, mazes, and moving things to their proper places, but generally more complex than the simple ones we usually see. The other various sounds are cool. Game play is fun and at the right level of difficulty.

  14. I really enjoyed the Progressive, Interactive HOP, where you find one object, and then place that object in the scene logically, which exposes the next interactive object and so forth. A great game for a rainy afternoon. One of the reasons I only gave it 3 stars is because there is a second lag time when changing locales, or skipping mini-games which makes the game somewhat tedious to play. Also, the speech boxes at the top are too massive, they obscure what's going on in the game and sort of ruin the immersive scenery. Then swap the inner circles to match the symbols above their frames.

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