Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow

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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!

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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: 541 MB
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Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow 4.4 5 24 24
The Mystical Silver Arrow Has Been Stolen! Prince Phillip didn't plan on this Wedding glitch. On the day before the Wedding, the Prince shoots a silver arrow into the sky and whomever's window it lands upon is to be his bride! The problem is (other than the fact that you only have one day to prepare a wedding) the arrow was stolen by a shapeshifter, Basil, disguised as a panther! Who is he working for? Do you still get to marry the Prince? This is another great fairy tale adventure with beautiful pastel colors and cute animals such as the lingbeast who can translate any language, human or animal. The HOS are a mixture of finding the item that matches the silhouetted shape and then using that item to find the next item, and putting items back into the scene. The mini game I liked the best was the water cups, you had to figure out which way the water would flow into the cups because each cup would pour the water in the opposite direction and then choose which spot it would come out at. The next time the cups could be moved in large groups so you had to arrange the cups correctly to end up in the stationary cup at the bottom. If you are a fan of the fairytale genre then give this adventure a try, enjoy! January 10, 2014
Fairy Tale Hidden Object/Adventure/Puzzle Game Visuals and sound very good. Jump map excellent. Story line very similar to Song of the Phoenix (which I loved). My style so I will purchase. January 10, 2014
Fun I've enjoyed some of the other games in this series. I trialled the CE, so knew I would probably buy it once the SE came out. I started the SE trial then bought it part way along. So yes, I enjoyed this, the art work is brilliant, I liked the music - unusual for me, the English was good too. Others have mentioned the variety of accents, and I do hate "cutesy" animal voices. All very bearable though. the hidden object scenes made sense. The games varied from having to skip because I couldn't get the mouse to do what they wanted, through entertaining, to just keep placing things one by one. My main difficulty with the game: how can I respect and admire a prince who can't pronounce "Basil"? (The other characters could.) January 13, 2014
The BIG Mystery is should you get this Special Edition or the available CE? This review is based on the test period. I opted not to buy the game but NOT because I thought it was bad. There were a couple ?issues? but these wouldn?t have kept me from buying the game...there were other reasons based on game "type." Aside from this, In some ways I think Arrow is a great game. It takes place just before my wedding to my beloved Prince Phillip. Early on he sends a note to me requiring my written response. The reply is signed "Princess Mark." Very nifty idea, weaving my first name into the storyline. It would have even been niftier if the developers had anticipated that many players would be men and then make the game a third person game instead of a first person game. Speaking of perspective: The game takes place in "fairy tale times, befitting the marriage of a handsome prince and his beautiful princess. Curiously enough, my (the character's) wise old granny (whose name is Nanny) apparently comes from the deep south of the United States, inasmuch as she has a pronounced southern accent. Oh Well. What about the game? Fun Factor: I was amused by the stuff I mentioned above. While the game doesn't have a great fun factor for me, it's because of my preference for a "type" of game: murder/detective-police procedural/mystery. If you prefer romance, you'll like this just fine. I can put myself in the shoes of a romance-lover for this review and grade accordingly. VISUAL/SOUND QUALITY Sound: Even before I began playing the game I made a note that the background music was really good. It's anachronistic: it sounded, at first, like modern jazz. It didn't take long for it to morph into run-of-the mill elevator music. I'd have preferred the jazz interpretation. Visuals: I think the drawing and coloration are very well done. The characters look almost real. Humans look more like photographs than drawings and I commend the artists who accomplished this. Finally, I guess this is a combination of visual and sound quality: the lip synching is THE BEST I HAVE SEEN in any game anytime. LEVEL OF CHALLENGE It's not a hard game. I also don't think it progresses logically and some of the "tasks" just don't make sense at all. The developers take a stab at new games, but they miss the mark. If you buy this, you'll experience early on what I mean. The HOGs are ordinary at best. They are not challenging and they are not remotely creative. THE STORYLINE Well, you know part of it already. You can imagine the rest: things don't go smoothly as I approach my wedding day. An evil sorcerer (who has the capability of changing his appearance) has stolen the title's "silver arrow." Without this arrow I cannot marry my beloved. The story is about getting the arrow back. Overall, as I said, I prefer detective, murder-mystery driven content. If you do as well, I don't think you'll like this game in either the CE or SE format. On the other hand, if you prefer a feel-good atmosphere, and a game where happy ending doesn't mean catching the bad guy, I think this game will be very satisfying for you. After all this, the question is, do you want the available Collector?s Edition or is this Special Edition enough? Here?s what you get for purchasing the CE (or, conversely, what you miss by purchasing the Special Edition: a. A long bonus chapter (based on the length of the strategy guide devoted to it. b. Strategy guide (duh). c. One Collectible (an item appears, without rhyme or reason, throughout the game). These items are converted into a currency value. With the accruing currency you can purchase "services" and clean up a tower room in your Grandmother's castle. d. Achievements (the ordinary assortment). e. Re-playable cut-scenes, wallpaper, concept art, screensaver, music, re-playable mini-games and HOGs. f. A "jump to" Map. g. 3 levels of difficulty from which to choose. I recommend the SE as I do not think the additional content justifies the purchase of the Collector?s Edition. January 10, 2014
very interesting I think this is a very fun game . It keeps you wanting more.Highly recommend you try it. January 10, 2014
Great HOG! I was really challenged when I played this game the first time. I have played the game about 6 times and it is one of my favorite games. I would definitely recommend this game. January 13, 2014
Yay, another game in this series! The fourth game in the Spirits of Mystery series by ERS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 levels of difficulties. I own the previous three games in this series and can confidently say that this is a great series of games. Simply because I have no extra cash to buy CE I could only buy the SE. You, the princess had to defeat an evil witch to win the silver arrow, for anyone who has it will be able to marry a prince. A little fairytale here with some action. Nice VO with great graphics. Actually I don't really mind these as long as it came with a good story. I like it that although it is a fairytale, it is not too cutesy, and we, as the princess is shown as strong and determined. The ending is of course, quite predictable, but still, it is a nice game to play. Puzzles and HO games are relatively easy, hint and skip button recharge moderately. I am glad that this game does not portray weird animals or human experiment, which they like to do in a game. Gladly this one is rather normal. I think I will buy the next game, if they ever release it. June 15, 2014
i liked this game you are the princess and you have to fight mortis for your prince who she has taken captive. i played casual and low sound. skip/hint buttons charge fairly fast. hints handhold you. the mini games are a little harder than i like but others will like them. there is a diary and a map but i didn't use it much. it is a mixture of HO, silhouettes, putting objects where they belong, etc. i didn't really like the match games. they were a little harder sometimes because it may be by similarities or differences. some i just couldn't figure out. graphics were good. February 6, 2014
Nice Game The story is interesting and not too scary. Good graphics. The Mini games are challenging but not too difficult. January 13, 2014
Fun Hidden Object Game i luv it this is my fvrt game ever Played and loved the first two "Spirits of Mysteries"!! Therefore I purchased this one without playing the demo first... but i love it July 30, 2014
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The mystical Silver Arrow has been stolen from you on the eve of your wedding. Without it, you can’t marry your beloved Prince Philip! Can you track down the arrow in time?

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