Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow Collector's Edition

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Discover your true destiny in Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow! When you met Prince Philip, it was love at first sight... but his obligations to his kingdom kept you apart. Tradition required Philip to let Fate choose his bride by shooting a magical Silver Arrow into the sky. As luck would have it, the Silver Arrow chose you! But the moment it landed at your feet, a notorious shape shifter appeared and took it away from you! Now you must track him down and get back the arrow before his mysterious client can get her grubby hands on it and present it at the wedding. Will you make it in time? Find out in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure!

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:

  • A bonus game where you explore the amazing world of the griffins!
  • Stunning wallpapers, screensavers, and concept art
  • Replayable mini-games and hidden-object puzzles
  • An available Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 790 MB
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Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow Collector's Edition 4.2 5 46 46
LOOK OUT! There's Silver Arrows Flying Everywhere Apparently when the Prince is looking for his bride, he shoots a silver arrow into the sky and whichever fair maiden's window it lands in, he is to marry her! Let's hope everyone get's this memo and stands clear, and what happens when it lands in the window of say a knight in shining armor? Anyway this is a great sequel with beautiful graphics and lot's of exotic animals including Romas a lingbeast that can interpret any language, human or animal. There are hidden pearls to collect of which can be spent to clean and repair the castle tower, and achievements to earn as well. The HOS are a hodgepodge mixture some of which are items to be returned to their proper place in the scene others are finding items that match the silhouetted shape in the inventory bar and then using those items to interact with other items in the scene which will expose the next item and so forth, All of the mini games are designed to be doable yet entertaining such as swapping hexagon shaped tiles or rotating tile to complete a picture. This is one of those professional, well produced fairy tale fantasy games and a Big Fish Keeper, enjoy! December 12, 2013
Yet another fantastic sequel!! :) This is meanwhile their 4th Spirits of Mystery game? ERS simply knows how to entertain! An intriguing fairy-tale together with their typical drawn graphics - very detailed with a lot to discover. Animation of the characters and creatures are again welldone? Facts: 7 chapters plus bonus-chapter, 3 modes to choose from (can be changed during the game), lockable inventory, a detailed journal, strategy guide doesn?t follow your progress, jump-map shows areas with available action, direction giving hint, Romas (a blue plushy furby-something) is your pal and is able to translate animal languages. I?ve counted 16 hidden-object scenes, all scenes are visited twice (8 HOS x 2) plus 6 (3 HOS x 2) in the bonus-chapter: most of them are ?find a certain amount of matching parts, based on either their similarities or differences? but also ?put items back in the scene? or ?find items through given silhouettes and put them back in the scene?, ?find a certain amount of??. Same amount of minigames (16) in the main-game plus 5 in the bonus-chapter, like swap tiles, rotation- and slider-puzzles, move tiles in their correct slots, connect tiles of the same colour without crossing each other and more? Some of the minigames can be switched into hard mode. Extras: movies, concept-art, wallpapers, screensaver, music, replayable minigames (18) and hidden-object-scenes (22), lots of achievements to earn and 45 pearls to find (you may buy things to repair, decorate and furnish your inherited tower). I played at least 4 hours in the 2nd mode to finish the main-game, which ends conclusively! Bonus-chapter with an additional story took me a bit more than 1 hour? Spirits of Mystery - The Silver Arrow left me completely satisfied! Enjoy!! :)) December 12, 2013
Will Love Triumph? Today is a very special day - one that will finally unite you with your love. Following tradition, Prince Philip must shoot his silver arrow into the sky so that it will find the window of his intended bride. If luck, the fates, and perhaps some skill are on your side, the silver arrow will land in your window and tomorrow you will return it to Prince Philip at your wedding. You are indeed the chosen one since the silver arrow has found you. Ah, but alas, there is an evil sorcerer at work who will use his powers to see that someone else becomes the prince?s chosen bride, and as soon as the arrow lands in your room the sorcerer, Basil, appears and steals it from you. Now you and Philip must work to retrieve the arrow so this is where your adventure begins. ERS ? what more needs to be said about the graphics! The development team at ERS was the first to bring us lip-synced voice overs with their Shadow Wolf series many years ago and they have continued to bring us some of the best sound packages possible with their games. Now I need to ask ?what?s going on here?? I get the distinct feeling that this is a twin to another game in the Spirits series and that maybe ERS started out with a story in the previous game but changed tracks and left this one sitting on the shelf. The bunny team has definitely recycled the artwork and characters, and that?s not a problem for me but it does give the game a stamp of dj vu. We know that Mortis has been hanging out for centuries along with nanny, the prince, and the sorcerer whose name has been changed to protect the not so innocent. So, back to the current game where you have a diary that contains story notes, your objectives and a section that includes the various recipes you will need to concoct during your adventure. There is an interactive transportable map that indicates where you have objectives to complete. Early in the game you receive a gift from your beloved, a critter called a lingbeast, who seems to be a furry version of Dr. Doolittle who can speak to the animals. There are various types of interactive HOS, including those where you must replace items into the scene, the progressive silhouette, and the old standby - find the matching pairs by association type. What I didn?t encounter during the demo was the standard list type HOS. I also didn?t see an option to skip the HOS which is something we have in some of the newer ERS games, again more proof that perhaps this game has been on the shelf for a while. Although some of the puzzles seem fairly standard with nothing exceptional or too different, some can be tricky. The puzzles I did run into, although not overly difficult, did have some challenge. Throughout the game you will find pearls that translate into coins that can be used to repair the run-down tower that you?ve inherited. The remainder of the CE content is standard fare with nothing exceptional in the package. Well, no bones about it, ERS is my favorite developer and they have yet to make a game that I don?t like. Every game they bring to market is ultimately very enjoyable. Yes, some of you may find that they are predictable but I still find their games challenging and full of great gameplay. The imagination that the ERS team brings to their games is what keeps me coming back year after year. Not all of you will agree, but I hope that you will at least give the demo a fair shot to see if this is a game you might like. December 12, 2013
Magical Mystery Journey! Find the Silver Arrow to Marry Your Prince! This is the fourth game in the Spirits of Mystery series from ERS. Each game involves the next generation of Princesses and their journey to undo evil magic and put things right in the kingdom. This time your Silver Arrow of Betrothal has been stolen by an evil mage named Basil and you have one day to get it back. Your love, Prince Philip, and a cute fuzzy creature named Ramos, who can speak any language including animal languages, are there to help you out. I really enjoy this series. Yes, it's the princess must save the kingdom story again, but no one does it better than ERS. They really know how to make a fairy tale beautiful, unique, and fun to play. Each game has a new heroine and new challenges to overcome. I find the games enchanting and great for all ages. To begin, the graphics and artwork are unsurpassed. Just gorgeous to look at with tons of detail in each scene. I love the look of this game. This CE has achievements to earn and colored pearls to collect. You have a Tower you get to renovate and decorate---the pearls help you pay for this. The journal is better than average. Lots of good story background which really adds to the game. The journal also contains magical recipes you use to create potions that help you solve the game. I recommend you take the time to read the journal as you play: it will really add to the experience. The HOSs are silhouette and place the object types. The puzzles are of medium difficulty. There's also an interactive map to help you move quickly through the game. This is a fun and beautiful fairy tale for the whole family to enjoy. Buy it! December 12, 2013
Another awesome one by ERS Well another superb game by ERS our bunny team. The voices are done are done superbly. They couldn't of done a better job getting the voices to match with the characters they are portraying. Right from the beginning I felt it made you want to play the game to see what happens next. The collectibles in the game are pearls which you use for your tower to tidy it up, furnish and decorate it. I think it's cool and a different concept :) Story: Well the man of your dreams you had your eye on since the beginning wants to get married and he believes in the fate of his silver arrow that it will find the bride for him. (I guess back then men didn't believe in courting). Well the arrow was meant for you but some shapeshifter was hired by another woman to steal the arrow from you. The other woman couldn't come herself? What a wuss! Now you have to go on your journey to get the arrow back so you can marry the man of your dreams! Graphics: Simply awesome. I would love to see a pic of these artists. No flaws what so ever in their artwork. I love the vibrant colors, especially the one who drew this Prince, Dupin and some other male characters. They may be young enough to be my sons, but the eye candy. Music: Fits beautifully with the game. Mini games: Just right for me. Just the right challenge. Hint System: Works well in and out of H0G scenes. Map: It's a jump map that has the 'arrow' for you are here, the 'exclamation point' for something to do there, and the 'checkmark' for area completed. I look forward to playing the rest of the game and see what awaits our Prince and Princess. What evil that shapeshifter has in store for us since that other woman can't do her own bidding. To me this definitely 5 stars plus. Kudos to the team! December 12, 2013
Recover the arrow, marry the handsome prince! This is the fourth in the Spirits of Mystery series by ERS, and it certainly doesn't disappoint. You are the Princess, and Prince Phillip shot his Silver Arrow into your window to declare you his bride to be. Unfortunately, evil Mortis hired the evil sorcerer/shapeshifter Basil to steal the arrow so she can marry Phillip instead. You and Phillip have 24 hours to recover the arrow from Basil, or else Phillip must marry Mortis! Basil takes the form of a panther, and is so mean he hurts your dog and best friend Sky. But your nanny gives you your great-grandmother's recipe/potion book which luckily contains a healing recipe. All you have to do is find the special room in the tower where granny concocted her medicines! Along the way, you meet up with Romas the bird-like lingbeast, who is a master of all languages, even animals. He helps you talk to Sky, and eventually you heal and bandage his hurt leg. Roma also lets you talk to termites who want a tastier tree -- and you just so happen to need them to chew one down for part of a bridge. Hooked yet? This is a fun adventure with both mini-games and HOS. The HOS are NOT lists - at least in the demo- but "place the item in the picture" type, or silhouettes of objects that interact with the HOS to get the next object. The mini-games are unique -- fill a cup with water while figuring out where the water stream will go next. None are too hard so you don't have to skip or even use a hint -- which of course gets you an Achievement! The achievement trophies seem to be wedding related - a nice touch. And then there is the Tower -- instead of collectibles, you find pearls that translate to money, that lets you clean out and repair the tower, and eventually decorate and furnish. You can remove spider webs, moss, repair holes in the floor and the walls, etc. Kind of fun! There is a Strategy Guide which I haven't needed, a quick refilling hint button, an interactive teleporting map with activites marked - depending on if you choose Casual, Advanced, or Brave Princess mode - and a locking inventory. There are the normal parts of a CE - wallpaper, music, bonus game, etc. I don't think the developers missed one thing in designing this game. And the prince is very handsome! A definite buy for me. December 12, 2013
The arrow of love - lost I love Ers Game Studios' games. And particularly the Spirit of Mystery series - I was first captured by Amber maiden and been hooked ever since. The story line is exciting but what makes this game more rewarding are the extra elements - fascinating pearls [Philip/s home is Pearl dominion] and the variety in HOS. The picture quality is perfect, the characters beautiful/scary/touching/ sweet - take your pick. The hint button works wonders - I love this game which I just started, But, from past experience I know I will not be disappointed - and neither will you, dear reader. December 12, 2013
What a great holiday treat. Ever since the Spirits of Mystery series has started, I have loved the art, the music, the storyline and the fantasy of it all. This one did not disappoint. ERS has once again made a beautiful story game come alive. The voice overs were the best, the music not annoying, the creatures were adorable and the witch is back again. The story begins with the prince shooting his silver arrow to land in the window of his destined bride. Basil, a mercenary sorcerer, appears in your room and steals the arrow to give to his client and then locks you in your castle. It is up to you and the prince to retrieve the arrow so that you can wed the following day. There are three levels of difficulty that can be changed during the game. It has an interactive map, a lingbeast as a helper, hint button that fills rather quickly, and the strategy guide that stays where you left off. There are achievements to accomplish and pearls to collect to restore your tower. No morphing, but never has been in this series so no loss. The games are not hard, but not simple (the fountain of water that requires some strategy) and hos are a variety of find and place or find and use to get another item to use. I know a lot of you are not big on the fantasy/fairytale genre, but give it a try. December 14, 2013
The Silver Arrow - Fairy Tale with a Twist Enjoy all games from these Developers. More a girly theme, handsome prince shoots an arrow into the window of his chosen bride-to-be and hopefully, not into the fair maiden. You are the chosen bride, yet, circumstances are not so easy and you are going to have to match wits with a villain. Gamers of all ages and gender can enjoy a relaxing gameplay, entertained with bold and detailed artwork that is lavished upon us loyal BFG players. From Steve the Sheriff, to Haunted Legends, Redemption Cemetery, Dark Tales, Phantasmat, Reveries, Gothic Fiction, Maestro etc., there is a game for everyone. What's not to like? However, would like to see more of a modern day backdrop rather than magical and mystical for gamers to relate. We don't have potions or spells to help solve our dilemmas although I have been accused of being seen riding a broom. Obviously, that is something that comes with age and playing too many BFG Games. Enjoy! -Mama Mia- Happy Holidays to BFG Gamers! December 12, 2013
Spirit of fun! (Based on the demo) I found this Spirits of Mystery to be a lot of fun! As with the others, it's beautiful, the pace is appropriate, and you get to collect some cute little animal friends along the way. The puzzles are not standard HO, and there are lots of little mini-games. I found the map helpful, and it's always nice to have a strategy guide available! I purchased the game after playing 30 minutes of the demo. December 12, 2013
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