Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner

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Natalie Cole, a young writer, is late to board the ship that was to take her home to America. Already depressed by a chain of misfortunes, Natalie becomes absolutely despondent. Just when she is about to give up hope of getting home, she meets a captain at the port who is sailing a cargo ship to her very same destination, and he invites her to sail along with him and his crew. Natalie, relieved at her good fortune, agrees. Little does she know, this random stroke of good luck hasn't come without a price. Natalie has unwittingly embarked on a dangerous and exciting journey where she must prevent ancient evil from awakening inside a mysterious antique collection on board the cargo ship! Can Natalie save the crew and its captain from evil spirits and still return home?

  • Enjoy puzzles and mini games!
  • Captivating and outstanding storyline
  • Fascinating quests
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 838 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner


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Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner 3.1 5 59 59
Night Mysteries is a bit of a Mystery This game looked really interesting so I was eager to try it out. It did not take long for me to get bored. The storyline about being on board a ship is not really a new one. I found, however, that it felt rather awkward maneuvering around. The game is a mix of hand drawn artwork and computer animation that seems cumbersome and takes time to load a bit between scenes. You have tiny white pearls to search for in each scene and although you can lighten or darken the screen, the first HOG I went through had a couple of very tiny and or light colored items. The camera floats about, which you can turn off, but overall just the effort of moving around frustrated me. There was also dialogue that frequently used the "Jesus!" exclamation which was a turn off. Overall, I think the intentions of the creators was good, but advanced HOGgers may not like this one. I did not, deleted it about 14 minutes in. July 31, 2013
I really really really...... wanted to like this game ... but I didn't. I really want to have something good to say about it ... but I don't. The graphics are grainy and seem to come from an older game - a very much older game. No voiceovers and the written script goes by so fast you really don't get the gist of the story unless you happened to read the description before you played the game. The story starts out with a girl wanting to go home but missed her ship because she tripped and caught a ride on a tanker - yes, it's a tanker. The next thing you know she's all alone, there's a fire on the bridge and she doesn't seem to care that no one is manning the bridge or the wheel to steer said tanker? Sorry, I'd be out of my mind. Spoiler alert - you don't PULL the water bucket up you PUSH it from the side - took me a good bit of time to figure that out. The HOGs are a mishmash of a mess that really with the foreverness of the recharge (I ate breakfast while waiting at one point - seriously) that random clicking was probably faster than waiting for help from the useless hint button. I say useless because in every - e v e r y game I've ever played when you click on hint and it takes you back somewhere you've already been you don't have to wait to recharge - here you do - and again - recharge takes FOREVER! And what are those cute little pearls you're supposed to collect? Thank you, thank you, I was brilliant enough to start collecting from the beginning because I figured they had to be for something. And the cheesy fireworks when you finally figured something out? Are you kidding me? I have played the best and the worst and I have to say that after the free trial this is beyond the worst. No thanks. And I rarely ever do this but this Glam-ma says run while you can. July 31, 2013
Don't waste your time or money! This HOG could have been fun if it had possessed a quicker, more intelligent story line. There were practically non-existent clues, and once you used the Hint to find to which room you should navigate, you must wait until the Hint recharges in order to use it again for navigation to another room. I encountered a mini-game involving clicking on numbers to open a lock; the player had to figure out the order. After waiting extra long to press the Skip button, the mini played itself at a very accellerated rate, and then the game sat there waiting for the player to once again attempt to click the numbers in the correct order, and much too quickly for arthritic fingers such as mine. My overall opinion: a terrible effort to produce what could probably be a good game. Save your time; save your money! August 2, 2013
boring This game is way too slow. Too many cut scenes and going back and forth from one location to another for a minor piece of a puzzle. The map doesn't allow you to navigate directly, just shows your location. The hints for the HO scenes use incorrect wording ie, Captains Tube is a smoking pipe. August 2, 2013
To Slow The story seemed interesting and I really did try to give this game a fair shake (played for 50 minutes), but unfortunately, I became bored. This game could have been a good game, if not for the slowness of moving from scene-to-scene. The graphics were OK and some of the mini games different, but the lack of speed and uninteresting scenes made this game dull. As with any game, try it yourself; as for me, I will not purchase. August 1, 2013
Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner Not a good game. It is hard to figure out what to do next. The story is boring. Moving, in the game is slow. The graphics were good. You try to figure out where to go, it is very difficult. I do not recommend this game. August 1, 2013
slow moving-boring! Did not capture my attention- there was nothing to keep the game going- no interaction with anything other than some mechanical objects! Did not like this one at all and will not buy it! Story line way to slow! August 1, 2013
Ugh Items show that you can interact with them but you don't know exactly what to click on. August 1, 2013
Terrible! There's no way this game can match up to the quality games we have now. First of all, I don't like it when the game isn't full screen and don't care for the "still" scenes at the beginning. It took me all of 2 minutes into this game to know it wasn't for me. Seems "old school" and boring. July 31, 2013
dark does not work When a game is just dark and hard to see, well it is just frustrating. July 31, 2013
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