Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera

Full version game
(336.50 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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The ruins of the opera house stand as a tomb to unrequited love. Though long abandoned, an undying ghost still wanders its halls, plotting the return of his heart’s desire. Discover the history that haunts the opera house and face all of its challenges. Confront the man behind the mask and complete the final act in Mystery Legends: Phantom of the Opera, a fantastic Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 350 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Violent References
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Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera 4 5 87 87
I didn't fall asleep. slow with tortured clues I was at first intriged, then the pieces did'nt go togethere to follow the story . I was lost. December 17, 2011
Cliffhanger Ending & Too Much Backtracking I was all set to give this game 5 stars. I liked the story line immensely. The graphics were perfect for the story and the cut scenes were well done. But the longer I played the more annoyed I got, and the fun quickly disappeared. First, the "Phantom" threatens and taunts you during the whole game. At the beginning, it added to the spookiness and feel of the game. But an hour of listening to that, I had to turn down the sound. Secondly, the map was not stand alone -- you had to open the journal to get to the map. After exiting the map you also had to exit the journal. Totally aggravating not to mention a big time waster. Also, the map did not transport you to your desired location, so the backtracking really took away from concentrating on the story. Next, the hint button did not point you in the right direction. You had to go back to the map, after having to go thru the journal. And then back out of the map and back out of the journal. I was ready to scream by the 3rd hour of game play. But the story was so darn good, so I grit my teeth and played on. But the last straw was when after putting up with all the backtracking and the "Phantom's" continuous taunting throughout the entire game, the game did not have an ending. Maybe in the Collector's Edition the game ends, but I don't think so. There's just too much left hanging for the game to conclude in one bonus chapter of a collector's edition. I could just kick myself for buying this game and for wasting six hours playing it. March 23, 2014
So Glad it's Over! I have nothing good to say about this game. It was awful. The HO scenes were impossibly difficult, which is no fun. They storyline was very demure, which made the game boring. And the tasks were all over the place in a very broken order. You would leave an area of the game for a long time, then suddenly there would be a HO to solve way back at the beginning. Now I don't care for games that are too linear, but the next step should at least make sense. I am really not even sure why I finished the game. By the end I was miserable. So glad I did not buy the CE, I could not take 1 more minute of this game! October 31, 2012
Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera I have been playing these games for a long time now. This one is the most frustrating game I have come upon so far. I only paid $2.99 for it over the Halloween period, but I was expecting a much more put together game and I was all set to buy the sister game of Beauty and the Beast. Not now. It's impossible to find the clues that lets you go further into the game. I took it to the beginning, thinking I missed something, and went thru every screen to the last one that I could get to. There is nothing there. Think twice before buying this one. November 2, 2012
The Phantom of Eternal Tiredness If you're looking for a game that adds a large amount of aggravation to your life.... if you love feeling annoyed to the max.... if you haven't experienced exhaustion for a long time, combined with an overwhelming thankfulness when it's over, finally.... THIS GAME IS FOR YOU. This game is one of the worst I've ever played, though it begins quite entertaining: the scenery is beautiful, and at first I was interested in what would happen, not too many HO-Scenes (which soon turned out a very, very wrong impression)... To keep it short: I've NEVER seen a hint system nor a map that useless - they're both more confusing than helpful. Oh, and the map - it shows you lots of "places of interest" though you won't be able to do anything there unless you have found certain items (which will happen half an hour later). We're all used to backtracking more or less, and we do tolererate this patiently most of the time. The amount of backtracking HERE is just incredible. One example: towards the end of the game, you get item #A, go back 15 screens to get item #B, go back again to where you originally came from and further (20 screens), just to find out that you have to turn back once more to get item #C (only 9 screens, don't worry). I can tell you that even an art addict like myself loses the enjoyment of admiring the scenery after having visited the same room the thirtiest time. NEVER again. March 19, 2012
Mystery Legends: The Phantom of the Opera I bought this game because I LOVED "Beauty and the Beast." Since they both come from the same group, I expected this one to be a winner. I sure was wrong. The hints and the map are not worth the time you take to use them. If the same person who made "B & the B" would take a look at this, he might be able to turn it into something very good. I know that this one came first, and maybe they were learning when they put it together. I don't know. What I do know is that I have been with Big Fish for many years and have a LOT of games. This is the first one I have ever given this type of review on any product. I wish it were better, but I can't see how anyone could like it. That is, unless they were related to the guys that made it. November 8, 2012
Most useless hint system I ever saw. I am stuck with several items I do not know what to do. I cannot pick up anything new. The map and hint system only tell me what I already know, that I need certain items for a few areas, with no idea where to pick them up. Life is too short for this kind of aggravation. This game stinks to high heaven (and I will no use stronger terms due to editiin policies here - but you know what they are) October 22, 2014
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