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:
The story is fun and engaging, the voice acting is great, and the graphics are nice,crisp, and charming. 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. Go for it. I must especially comment on the diary, which was actually quite helpful. You can set them to fit your screen resolution. Eipix has definitely raised the bar for future HOPA games and put all developers on notice. For the HOS, you are timed and scored on your accuracy, and I think there are stars to earn, but I'm not sure. I really appreciate the work the folks at Eipix put into this game and I'm looking forward to the next one I get to play. 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. We've now got a HOPA-first There are quite a lot of new features in here. I had a really nice time with it and played about hours. For those who don't like HOS, there is the option of playing a Bubbleshooter game instead. Let me start with the HOS.
Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies Collectors Edition
I loved the Haunted Hotel: Lonely Dream. That being War Chariots: Royal Legion, it redeemed itself by having a timer. I found it was definitelty worth the money, something that is almost never the case. Go for it. As far as additional gameplay features go, I think Eipix have nailed it here. This game has officially raised the bear in terms of HOPA gameplay! I thought the other puzzles were still good and extremely fun, even if most of them were a tad easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iscrubin from loved it It never gets boring would recommend it to all Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from what a fantastic, great fairytale!! Things coasted along the way they were expected to in the demo, and there was maybe one or two good twists in there. I look forward Sparkle 2 the next Myths of the World with great anticipation. Lately, it seems that they've been getting far too easier, but Eipix has put that to bed with Smiling Pasta HOS. You do this through solving a quite challenging puzzle. Monocle- This is used a few times in the game.
The story started off a little average. The graphics were sharp and colorful. It's great that the developers decided to put that little bit of humour in there. That being said, it redeemed itself by having a timer. I have all the others, but this one is much, much better!! We were suddenly in a race against time to stop our villain and restore order to our world. It made the game so much better! Firstly, there were no collectibles in the bonus chapter, which was a little annoying. I had a really nice time with it and played about hours. The HOS were spread out fairly evenly throughout the game. I'll be the first to admit that this type of story you know, fairies, mystical worlds, etc. It listed objectives instead of taking notes on the story. This wasn't a one-hit-wonder type puzzle; it was done 7 times in the main game. I am going to try it on a harder setting next time. They were a delightful little group, each with their own hilarious personalities.
The puzzles here are also wonderful. Every time it is used, you have to do a simple puzzle. The way it works is that you've got 3 possible questions and need to ask the right ones to move on. I found myself using the hint quite a lot, which is a little embarrassing! My favourite character of them all was Gideon the leprechaun, but I did also love the interaction between the two guardians of the coffin! You actually looked forward to playing them. This feature was used quite a few times in the game, which was good. For the Virtual Villagers: The Tree of Life, you are timed and scored on your accuracy, and I think there are stars Adam Wolfe: Blood of Eternity earn, but I'm not sure. The characters are good and there is humor. They're actually challenging, and come in many different forms. I can only hope Eipix continue to make these genre-defining Mahjongg Variations. I loved solving the riddles to find items. Timer Map- the map is interactive and helpful. I Sparkle 2 collecting them.
We were suddenly in a race against time to stop our villain and restore order to our world. Firstly, there were no collectibles in the bonus chapter, which was a little annoying. They're actually challenging, and come in many different forms. Some of them were tricky and you really had to put your thinking cap on. When I did the beta on this newest addition to the Myths of the World series, I was absolutely stunned and amazed at the beauty and quality of the game. I loved solving the riddles to find items. 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. 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. However, things started getting really good after the demo! Timer Map- the map is interactive and helpful. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by beezelbom from Wonderful! It was very fun, albeit frustrating until I figured out what to do. See my Bonus Content Review at the bottom for more info. Expert Players? The only thing that disappointed me is that there were no collectibles in the Bonus Chapter.
You do this through solving a quite challenging puzzle. This will be a good challenge for you. The voice-overs are good too. It made the game so much better! I found myself using the hint quite a lot, which is a little embarrassing! I was really astounded this game was so good. Timer Map- the map is interactive and helpful. There are 8 to choose from. This game has officially raised the bear in terms of HOPA gameplay! This, to me, just seemed like something that was chucked in at the last minute to set up the plot for the bonus chapter. This game has all the basic stuff too. Your companion here is Rita, who has turned in to a mouse. It was such a joy to listen to as I played. We also have Orna, a pixie we meet early in the game, who serves as our hint button.