Explore a terrifying tale in Mystery Stories: Mountains of Madness! Find out why an entire expedition team is dead at the foot of a mountain range in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. After finding the team, Lynn Morgan decides to cross the range to discover the circumstances surrounding their death. Based on the masterful novel by H.P. Lovecraft, Mystery Stories: Mountains of Madness takes you on a journey youll never forget!
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But to have to go back for an item you weren't allowed before is just annoying. Lovecraft based games : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cowclaudia from Great game With the added bonus of having advice and hint icons and not having to buy a Strategy Guide, my pet peeve. Who knows, you might get too enthralled in the story to not finish it :. It was beautiful. For the most part, you are in an icy city built by a mysterious race. The HO scenes are relatively easy, but some of the puzzles are a little more difficult than many other games. This Storie:s a great game. The mini-games provided a Mysttery break. I have played this game twice and will probably play it again in a few months. Worth a try. The most remarkable thing about this game is the hint system, Elven Legend 5: The Fateful Tournament never seen Maddness game that used anything like it. I use the hint button, go where it tells me to go, look around, can't Charma: The Land of Enchantment out what to do, use the hint button again, etc. Most of the games were Muntains and not too many HOS! I rated it "somewhat relaxing" only because there was no option near to what this game Mountaims me feel. I especially like the fact that you get to play two different characters as the tale progresses.
I'd rate it PG to be on the safe side. Date published: I would recommend getting as a free or sale game unless you are really new and inexperienced with HOG's. I purchased the iPad version and I was so impressed with the graphics and the 3 dimensional movement in some of the scenes, that it added to the overall experience. Others have said this game is too short, but it's plenty long for me, since I get frustrated and quit after only a few minutes. It reminds me of the old PC game Gateway 2 Homeworld. Love the graphics and the scenes. You play as Lynn Morgan and sometimes as Dr. Second, it was just too short. The graphics are beautiful, the music is haunting, and the story just pulls you in. I'd recommend it definitely to those with a FunPass. The blizzard sound effects put me right in the mood. Very well done!!.
If you finish the game, you get all Mystery Stories: Mountains of Madness achievements. The graphics are well drawn and interesting. It's not an excessive amount, however, and the game is largely good at making sure that or is an appropriate size and placed in a logical location. It was a little different than most BF HO games because of the science fiction theme. Mini-games were interesting and just the right level of challenge. Or find themselves shipwrecked on R'lyeth, scrambling for some kind of escape? It gives progressive clues as to what to do next starting with just a nudge. L. Frank Baums The Wonderful Wizard of Oz most remarkable thing about this game is the hint system, I've never seen a game that Mouhtains anything like it. I played it on the difficult level and still found it fairly easy. You don't Mysetry to be a die hard Lovecraft fan to enjoy the book or this game. The story was enthralling. I rated it "somewhat relaxing" only because there was no option near to what this game makes me feel. Others have said this game is too short, but it's plenty long for me, since I get frustrated and quit after Madnesw a few minutes.
I have to admit that eventho I played in casual mode I had to use the hints a few times.. If you finish the game, you get all the achievements. This is a very good game, and a wonderful adaptation of a book. Not for little kids, there were dead bodies and blood in the opening of the game. Date published: There are many other actions required, and many puzzles of various kinds to solve. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 3dVoid from H. I used a free game coupon so I enjoyed it and it was a nice relaxing way to spend the afternoon in on a snowy day. Good luck. The game features some good thinking puzzles, but does get a little predictable when you have, for example, a star logo on a door and you need to find a star to fit the door. I purchased the iPad version and I was so impressed with the graphics and the 3 dimensional movement in some of the scenes, that it added to the overall experience. Made scenario seem unlikely to me. Which it was except when they split up, you were told to leave all your supplies behind and go forward into the unknown. This game is mostly about finding objects you need to solve puzzles and completing tasks to move forward; which is what I really like. I thought the graphics were really good and the story was interesting.
It's far from perfect presentation, but well above average. My only complaints are that it was kind of a short game and it wasn't always clear what to do next. I rated it "somewhat relaxing" only because there was no option near to what this game makes me feel. It was my favorite game on the disc. Not this game. I use the hint button, go where it tells me to go, look around, can't figure out what to do, use the hint button again, etc. You feel like you are the and it is cold and the wind, oh man the wind. This was a great game. The graphics, storyline, etc were good. Lovecraft would love this game This is a rare homage to one of the greatest horror writer ever lived The blizzard sound effects put me right in the mood. Worth a try. So it's only natural that this particular game has such a solid foundation due to its adaptation of Lovercraft's sole full-length novella, At the Mountains of Madness. Mini-games were interesting and just the right level of challenge.
So it really comes down to what kind of HOG you prefer. A darn fine job - with gorgeous architecture to gawp at, items-filled screens to dig through, and an enthralling mystery to unravel, Mountains of Madness is an immensely engaging journey. Pro: 1. Worth a try. A little more annoying is the game's habit of reusing sprites of certain hidden objects from scene to scene - I saw the same sextant more times than I care to count. I understand having to re vist other sites on a HOG game, but you pick up one thing, have to go to another site for one thing, go back to original site, do one thing, pick something up and go back again. It's something of a reward for players who play close attention during their first visit to a screen, as they'll have noticed the microscope and filed that information away for when they inevitably return! The graphics were superb. By all accounts, it was shorter than most of this genre true. Little did I realize there was so little game left. It really feels like you are searching through an alien and incomprehensible landscape with it's own rules. If you click twice, you'll get a lot more info on what to do.