Mysteries of the Mind: Coma Collector's Edition
Hour went by way too fast
At last a HOA where you don't have to find your, brother, sister, parents, or other kin...just have to find yourself.
I've only played the demo at this point, the end of the hour came so fast that it shocked me when my time was up.
It seems as if this game will take a while to play.
The music, after the intro, was nice to listen to. I played it low.
I actually liked watching the cut scenes. Thats some thing I normaly skip.
I would give the challenge a 3 1/2 stars. I could do all the mini games, and the HO scenes were easy.
I played casual and the hint charges fast. When you click it it will kind of open a portal to where you need to go next. Yet, it's a great game to play.
When my hour was up, I couldn't buy the game fast enough.
November 4, 2012
nice change from the scary HOPAs!
after all the demon-infested HOPA games that have come out recently, this was a wonderful change! there is still some element of a thrill, but overall so far, i have found it to be excellent, and i've only played about 20-30 minutes.
you have had a serious accident, and are in a coma, so this is about your adventures while in that coma. you come into contact with a spirit guide who is there to help you, and your dead mother, who charges you with a task to help her move on. i played this on casual mode, and the hidden object scenes are challenging, but not so that you can't find what you are looking for, although you do have to really look to find the objects, and they are interactive so you are using one object to complete another. i did at one point have to consult with the strategy guide early on, but all in all it is a well made, good challenging game. in the short amount of time i have played this, i have found it extremely enjoyable with no wondering if something is going to jump out of somewhere and scare the daylights out of me. i have alreay bought this, and i think i have made a great choice in this. well worth it, and i am looking forward to finding out what happens in the end. this would make a great sunday afternoon game!
November 4, 2012
coma and find me!
love it! love it! love it! although i did get a bit confused with some bits (it doesn't take much) story line good graphics good hos not too easy and mini games not too hard i didn't get far enough for my liking but i think i will definitely be buying this game
November 4, 2012
Took me out of my game-drain coma....
Basically more of a psychological thriller, taken down a notch in intensity (in a good way) I'd say.
I enjoyed this and found it to be an interesting change of pace from the regular cookie-cutter format in which most games seem to offer; enough so that it took me out of my game coma (a lag due to being bored with the same styles and themes and over the top 'in your face' game features of which I am totally overly saturated with).
Simply put: Within the game, Mysteries of the Mind: Coma, and though I'm not a huge HoG fan, there was enough adventure and imaginative newness in the mix to be a good draw and is a definite addition to my wish list strictly based on and because I enjoyed the demo quite a bit.
Overall, a 'different', change of pace and style which I appreciate and will look forward to playing.
Thumbs UP. :)
November 10, 2012
Fun Puzzles and Hidden Object Game
It wasn't a short game. It took me several hours to finish it as I only play about an hour or two at a time, but I felt like it was worth the purchase. Had to have a little help figuring out some of the puzzles at the start.A good introduction to HO type games. I liked, don't miss it.
November 7, 2012
very exciting game
This game is the best game that U would like to play and play again and again
November 9, 2012
The graphics in this game are very nice and clear, the sound is not nerve wracking or stressful. The cut scenes can be skipped, but I rather enjoyed them in this game which is rare for me. The hint button is exactly what I would love to see more games do; you not only can get hints but should you get lost on your way, it will throw up a picture and you just click on the picture and your there. So while the game doesn?t have a map, it doesn?t really require it.
The skip button on games was there from the start, which is another touch I wish more games had. You didn?t have to wait and wait for the skip to charge.
The story line of the game was clean and well thought out, as was the words of encouragement along the way.
There are lots of hidden object scenes, and things to put together to make it to the next clue. I overall found this game to be a very delightful and entertaining. The bonus game play was well worth the extra you pay for the collector?s addition.
December 23, 2012
I've been playing HOS games for quite a while now..and no other game has caught my attention like this one!..you should try it!
November 6, 2012
A GORGEOUS NOSTALGIC JOURNEY!!!!!
This game will stay in my mind for a long time. The graphics are stunning and the music really beautiful. What a wonderful journey.Very atmospheric and a delight to play,Its like taking a journey through your childhood.Lovely sentimental story and BEAUTIFULLY PUT TOGETHER........GORGEOUS!!!!!!!
November 4, 2012
THIS IS A 'MUST BUY' FOR ME!
I just finished the 'demo' and couldn't believe it when they said my time was up. That hour went by so fast.
The game starts off great.....with a good relateable storyline and moves swiftly along.
The graphics are crisp and the HO scenes aren't just your usual' hunt and find'. You get to use objects within objects, which is always fun.
Also, on the plus side the 'hint' button will give you clues as to where you should go next. Always nice for us 'newbies'.
I can hardly wait to resume playing it!
November 5, 2012