Maestro: Music from the Void Collector's Edition

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$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

The Maestro’s back in this exciting encore to Notes of Life! Eerie music fills the air in Vienna, where shadows terrorize people in the streets. Two musical prodigies have gone missing. Can you save them without striking a single false note? Solve the mystery of the Music from the Void as you play this Collector’s Edition version of the game, including a hefty bonus game and neat extras. As an added bonus, Collector’s Edition games count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

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:

  • Hours of bonus game play!
  • Concept art
  • Stunning wallpaper
  • Music soundtrack
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.8/10.7/10.6/10.5
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 768 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
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Maestro: Music from the Void Collector's Edition 4 5 68 68
BRAVO BIG FISH BRAVO Finally a game I can sink my teeth into! This game has everything! Awesome graphics! music that isn't annoying and a great storyline. I was so immersed into the demo that when the hour was up it felt like I had only been playing a few minutes. I am definitely going to buy this it's a keeper. Thanks Big Fish! February 1, 2013
Brat goes to make believe Austria Review based upon completion of game and bonus content. This is the third (and possibly final?) installment of the Maestro series. Despite being stripped from power in the bonus chapter of part 2, Le Salle Gosse (the brat) is back. The showdown tales place in the Vienna Academy of the Arts, where two students have gone missing and the Music of Death is running rampart. The Austrian setting is fitting for classical music, but - of course - the portrayal of Austria itself has nothing to do with the country or the city of Vienna at all. (For example, we do NOT have flags on our mailboxes.) The Good: + fitting setting + graphics and videos + beautiful classical music + you are controlling four different types of music + areas are logically finished and do not have to be revisited again, leaving the to-and-froing to a minimum + hint function now directs you to the next area with something to do instead of just giving the dreaded "There is nothing to do here" message + they tried something different with the HO scenes! In about 50% of the scenes you pick up items by silhouette, then manipulate things in the scene + already found items stay out of repeated HO scenes + 22 diverse mini games... The Neutral: o ...21 of which can be solved in 45 seconds or less o setting was not researched properly The Bad: - they dumbed the game down Bonus Content: For a change the story has a satisfying end, and you actually do not have to play the final chapter to make any sense out of it. The chapter took me about an hour to play. Other than that, you get the usual stuff of artwork, screensaver, soundtrack and wallpapers... but HEY, wait a minute! In a Bunny first, you can replay the mini games and HO scenes! Also, you will find 25 musical instruments during the game (19 in the main game, 6 in the bonus chapter), and if you can find all of them the Orchestra of the Void (the killed guys from Notes of Life) will play a music piece for you. I really loved them. Bottom Line: The Bunnies got graphics and videos down, and they finally listened and tried something different. And they really pulled it off this time, but dumbed it down so much that it's more or less always clear what to do next, and that you can solve 95% of all mini games within a minute without the necessity of thinking. I recommend getting the CE, but you will need to know the story from the first two games. July 3, 2013
Deeply haunting can be disturbing (mature content) Who was once just a boy in adventure 2, meets a fate; greed like his instructor. The result of child manipulation (this is a combination of both parts 2 and this part 3), may disturb folks. Not for the true prudish of people. You have been warned. March 29, 2013
A Nice Finish The Maestro arc has, we are given to think, come to an end. This one is lovely, the colors vivid, the scenes nicely composed and the music up to the challenge. Pros: The art, of course. Vivid colors in this one, Viennese locations that are more or less believable, a hint system that really gives hints instead of answers. A particularly generous bonus game that made the CE price worth spending. Cons: The plot. The missing children are entirely ancillary to the story arc and the villain Void is all too well named. Francois is the only carryover from the previous games, older now and actually very well done but given too few lines. Overall: A fitting and lovely conclusion. February 19, 2013
Maestro: Music from the Void Collector's Editon I love the maestro series. Great characters. The story line is addicting. Lots to do, some puzzle whimsical and beautiful scenes. Enjoyed the puzzles with that music.. The music was good and the HO's are fun. January 31, 2013
Another brilliant game! This is an excellent game. Challenging, great story, fun things to do, neat scenery, easy to follow. A mix up of HOGs which alleviates monotany. It's just one of the best. Too bad not all of the games are like this. January 31, 2013
Best game I've played in awhile Ok, if you have played the other games in this sequel then you have to try this one. It is better then the other two. I know, I know that's the reverse of all the others. The first game is really good and then it is down hill for each game in the sequel after that but, this is opposite. This one is the best of the three and if you buy this one now, you can get the others for just $2.99 each. Great deal by Big Fish. It is cold and snowy here and the perfect time to snuggle in with a great game and let me recommend this one to you. February 2, 2013
loved this game very good to get in to easy to follow love the game February 2, 2013
Fun Hidden Object Game it is interesting i like it very much February 10, 2013
I love the Maestro series but.. ...I'd like to know why there are sparkles even in hard mode. WHY??? February 9, 2014
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