Stop the young prodigy and save everyone from his evil plans in Maestro: Notes of Life! A missing girl has been lured away by evil music and now it’s up to you to save her in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Find the source of the music by scouring beautiful locations and put an end to the deadly tune. Solve tricky puzzles to become a hero and complete your journey in Maestro: Notes of Life! 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:
Enjoyed it alot, don't get me wrong but it's kinda all over the place and it sure keeps you busy. If you liked the first one, which I would recommend playing first to get the background, this should not disappoint. The third slot belongs to the Music Stand; you need a place to put your Music Sheet. Chapter 7: The Mansion Zoom into the lower left side of the front door. Find all the items on the list. Take the boat back to the Island. Zoom into the trapdoor on left. Click down twice, forward, right, go through the hatch, through the barrel and turn left to reach the boiler room. The Inventory panel is not always visible. Zoom into the shop door on the right U. The graphics are good and the storyline is interesting. Position the joints of the violin player by clicking on the little balls attached to each limb. Some items are for use later and are stored in the Inventory panel displayed across the bottom of the screen.The seventh slot belongs to the flowers; after the performance the musician receives some flowers. Examine the large statue; place the KEY in the lock 1. You have to reassemble 2 pictures as show in the screenshot W. This Collector's Edition has bonus content that will not be in the standard version of the game. Zoom into the window above L. Click down and go up the steps. Go through the door. Left click on a piece to pick it up. The mix between the mini games and HOG was good. In the game, it was very good! Play the Hidden Object Scene. If I could, I'll spend all my day playing! I've played them both several times now and I never get sick of them. Rated 5 out of 5 by carrick from I loved playing this game but wasted a lot of time in areas where there was nothing to do.
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Notice the position of the bass player, you will need that to solve a puzzle. Use the code found in the kitchen along with the one on the note to solve the puzzle. The solution is as follows D : The first slot belongs to the Music Note; the idea has been formed. In hidden object scenes a list of items to find is displayed across the bottom of the screen. Click down. Jackpot Magic Slots Games. The fourth slot belongs to the Violin; an instrument is needed for playing the song. Date published: Rated 5 out of My Life Story: Adventures by Tilliebird from This company makes the best games! In story scenes, dialogue Maestro: Notes of Life Collectors Edition move the story along and tell you what to do next. The Inventory panel is not always visible. Find all the items on the list. Another good sequel from this bunny developer. Good puzzles too. Those are often "by guess and by golly" luck. Click on the arrows to rotate the rings until they form the image in the upper right corner of the scene.
You have to reassemble 2 pictures as show in the screenshot W. I like that. Note the symbols etched into the stones; these are clues for a puzzle. Go up the steps to reach the street. A pedestal will appear in the center of the floor after all the musicians have been given all the items. Play the search scene on left. Click on the Reset Button to start over. Position the joints of the violin player by clicking on the little balls attached to each limb. Hints are unlimited, but you may need to wait for the button to refill. Zoom into the board straight ahead; click on the 2 doors to open them O. Place the KEY in the keyhole in the center of the puzzle. Hints are available for all scenes and puzzles. It is such a fantastic game. The blue treble clef D in the upper right has the unlocked lock below it.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from great sequel! Also all of this series is one of my favorite games I ever played! You also earn Inventory items as you complete hidden object scenes. Hints are available for all scenes and puzzles. I can't add Sparkle 2 to the other positive reviews out there. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tilliebird from This company makes the best games! Look at the NOTE 17 on the ground. Click down to return to the hallway. Set the clock Mahjong Carnaval to 7; take NOTE 8 at the bottom of the clock. Turn the key once to open the trapdoor; go into the trapdoor. Head towards the lower right
The second slot belongs to the Music Sheet; need to write the song down. Click down 4 times, head forward, right, and go into the hatch. Interesting turns that makes you wonder now part 3 will turn out. I reeeeally love the music. I've played them both several times now and I never get sick of them. Return to the Bedroom. Click on any 2 symbols to swap their positions so the process of making music from beginning to end is showcased. Click on an Inventory item to use it. It is such a fantastic game. Zoom into the pedestal. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bunnyrn from Excellent game! Use the arrows below each musical instrument to enter the same type of symbols you saw in the telescope: Violin: Skull; Piano: Keyboard; Drum: Drumsticks; Horn: Buttons. Click down to return to the hallway. I can't add anything to the other positive reviews out there. Just difficult enough to give some challenge if you are already familiar with this type of game.