Mystery Tales: Eye of the Fire

Domini Games proudly presents the next installment of the Mystery Tales series! You’ve been called in to investigate the dark nightmares of a young woman. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a dangerous turn as a witch from the past comes back to take her prey! Can you uncover old secrets and save the town before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!


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There is dark magic in the city and my psychic glasses are still needed for this mission. This is posted after playing the entire game. More Mystery Tales Articles. For anyone on the fence to get the CE with the extra content, here are details. As you dig deeper you will encounter the ever popular hidden objects areas that will keep you challenged and wanting more as you collect tools to help draw this case to a close. There was one in a cave I couldn't figure out how to do. All in all this is a nice CE package that has the morphing objects I love to find. Mystery Tales Her Home Sweet Home eyes. While the play on this game was pretty good, and I loved the interactive HOPs, the story was so utterly idiotic that I had trouble staying with it. You travel to Menzbruck, an old town with many secrets to meet a woman named Katharina who has been experiencing fiendish nightmares. Art of Murder: Secret Files pays such close attention to detail such as what you see in the background of a scene. Witches spells- pieces of white paper can be found in the main scenes and go Sky Kingdoms a book. The Hidden Object Scenes are basically the same variations repeated, but the HOP's are fairly entertaining and are located in some Mystery Tales: Eye of the Fire locations. You also find a notebook that keeps track of tasks as well as other information.

Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from another good HO in the series you have been called in by a young woman who is having nightmares. Both versions have a ton of Plus Sign inventory items, many of which require a puzzle to be solved. The technical aspects of the game include excellent graphics, realistic characters and very good voiceovers. The puzzles seemed quite easy even when I selected the hard setting. Huge hugs to all of you at Big Fish, and Domini Games that created this great game!! There were some glitches in the cut-scenes, but that could just be my antiquated computer. We used them first in MT Her own eyes, and I liked using them equally here. While the play on this game was pretty good, and I loved the interactive HOPs, the story was so utterly idiotic that I had trouble staying with it. If it's about story, skip it. Whispered Secrets: Ever burning Candle is also very similar. The game is not difficult and seems fairly linear as you find items and use them rather quickly without having to do a lot of back and forth. If you don't like HOP's you can opt to play a Match 3 game instead. There is a page devoted to them and it also gives true historical detail of how these items were used on the accused. There was one in a cave I couldn't figure out how to do. There were 11 more mini games, which I played them all except 2.

You travel to Menzbruck, an old town with many secrets to meet a woman named Katharina who has been experiencing fiendish nightmares. Madlena wants to use Katharina who is the first person she has met in years who has the strong powers of a witch. Transporter map was excellent! Find out what this has to do with the night terrors that she is experiencing. The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance Hidden Object Scenes are basically Jane Angel: Templar Mystery same variations repeated, but the HOP's are fairly entertaining and are located in some interesting locations. The color here is pure and bright. The story is kind of silly and hoaky, and the game is really easy to play. And Chap. Super short game. The low rating wasn't because the story was bad by any means. I for one, notice these details that take more time to perfect Taes: game.


It has many different types of hidden object scenes to cater to all of us. Sections move in a straight line until it meets an obstruction. So the bonus play is longer than the demo. The graphics and music are good and the challenge is just right for me. Hidden objects were also varied. Voice overs were very well done. Mystery Tales Eye of the Fire is a great little game from a developer whose games seem to get better with each new offering. I am not sure it qualifies as a tool but another item you find is a Witches Handbook that contains important information that every witch should know. The story is kind of silly and hoaky, and the game is really easy to play. Jump into the 6 chapters of mystery and intrigue that waits! The rating was because of the theme. Find out what that purpose is as you delve further into this paranormal caper. As the game begins you travel to Menzbruck to meet with Katharina who has hired you after hearing of your success with a previous case.

Chock full of mini games and puzzles, this game is sure to keep you entertained! Each one you collect has a small description of something a witch used or liked based on historical data. Hint does not have portal jump but it is a helpful step by step and will redirect you to the task map if your lost. Hidden objects were also varied. Not only do they conveniently show you just the really important things pertaining to the case at hand good thing, can you imagine all the really stupid things the past could show? I still wish they would offer an alternative like they do for hidden objects, but alas, maybe one day. I don't like these, so I usually skip almost all of them unless I can finish them quickly and get on with the game. There's the tried and true pendulum, the typical rack, rusty pincers, a spiked collar, spiked boots, and a spiked chair, are we sure this stuffs is medieval? The technical aspects of the game include excellent graphics, realistic characters and very good voiceovers. The lock pick puzzle offered the most challenge of the puzzles during the demo and it took some time to finally solve it; one mistake and I had to start over! There is nice variety in the puzzles that includes some of my favorite types of puzzles such as sliders, switch segments of a medallion and lock pick. This edition of Mystery Tales is really good, not the best in the series but definitely entertaining from beginning to end.

It's nice and long, or at least seemed that way, and kept me entertained all afternoon. More Mystery Tales Articles. Chapter 4 starts with a gorgeous outdoor scene called Harbor. Date published: All in all this is a nice CE package that has the morphing objects I love to find. The Mini Games have a wonderful feature, you can choose to play all of the mini games in either an Easy mode or or a Hard mode, why other games don't offer this feature is baffling. That's always a plus in my book. I ranked the level of challenge high simply because of the ability to choose easy or difficult. I always re-watch the cut scenes to refresh the story. They used 3 colored candles and you found the objects via color. Like I said, IF you are into witches you're going to love this game. Mystery Tales Eye of the Fire is a great little game from a developer whose games seem to get better with each new offering. As always, please try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. It is also a helpful portal jump, tasked map and a walkthrough guide is really not necessary for the SE.

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6 thoughts on “Mystery Tales: Eye of the Fire

  1. The game offers several modes of gameplay including a custom mode where the hint and skip times can be set in a range of 15 — 90 seconds. If it's about story, skip it. Gameplay is identical to this.

  2. The technical aspects of the game include excellent graphics, realistic characters and very good voiceovers. Some were rather difficult and some easy. Hidden objects were also varied. Normally the silhouette scenes are my least favorite but this one was terrific and just as creepy as a scene in a dungeon should be. It is also a helpful portal jump, tasked map and a walkthrough guide is really not necessary for the SE.

  3. Oh, and yes, you also have those trusty glasses that help you uncover secrets that are hidden in the past. Graphics were well done, but the winner in this category was the sound. Your client, Katharina has just awakened Madlena, one of the most powerful medieval witches ever burned at the stake! I so wish they would give us double the amount of HOS in a hidden object game.

  4. While the play on this game was pretty good, and I loved the interactive HOPs, the story was so utterly idiotic that I had trouble staying with it. As you dig deeper you will encounter the ever popular hidden objects areas that will keep you challenged and wanting more as you collect tools to help draw this case to a close. Jump into the 6 chapters of mystery and intrigue that waits! But Domini has this nailed and these artists also use perspective right. Another thing I loved about the gameplay, you don't carry items all that long so you remember where they go.

  5. There were just too many times I had to listen to the angry witch with the glaring eyes growl about how much she hated everyone and was going to kill everyone. I am sitting here actually wondering why I bought it, because I am so tired of this theme I could scream, but since this is about all we've been getting for so long, I decided to give it a try. Mystery Tales Her own eyes. All in all this is a nice CE package that has the morphing objects I love to find. My very favorite part is in chapter 5 you get to play as a raven flying over the land in 3d.

  6. Mystery Tales Her own eyes. In fact, the game can be played without a Strategy Guide and more than likely you'll never use the hint feature, but that's okay, it's fun and entertaining and the Collector's Edition version is jam packed full of CE bling. Huge hugs to all of you at Big Fish, and Domini Games that created this great game!! The technical aspects of the game include excellent graphics, realistic characters and very good voiceovers. There were 11 more mini games, which I played them all except 2.

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