Mystery Expedition: Prisoners of Ice

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$ 9.99 USD

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Your grandfather spent his life in search of the Inuits' legend of great treasure and infinite wealth. On his last expedition he travelled to the Arctic but never returned. It's up to you to find your missing grandfather and solve the Inuit mystery in this ice-cold Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure.

  • Travel to the Arctic
  • Find your missing grandfather
  • Solve the Inuit people mystery
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 555 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Mystery Expedition: Prisoners of Ice


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Mystery Expedition: Prisoners of Ice 3.9 5 47 47
One of the best This is the first time I've felt moved to write a review. I'm not going into detail but as I soon as I finished the game I started over again and am just on my third go. I was beginning to feel as though I would never feel that wow factor again but with this one I did. Loved the story line, loved the penguin just so sorry that I haven't been able to get all the things for it to play with just two out of three. The visuals were great and it surprised me several times. Thank you February 27, 2014
This game is better than a lot of CE games It may look boring but this is adventure game with a lot going on you don't need a CE this is better. I recommend this game. March 8, 2014
Excellent HO! As already said, why this great game is not CE? Gorgeos art, beautiful locations, smart story, great live-action scenes. I like this game and totally recommend it to every fan of this genre. Kudos to devs for great work! February 23, 2014
Good choice The best thing is that they are realistic animations. Otherwise, image, music, challenge, story and objectives are ok :) March 5, 2014
great game did trial. great game, good story. Made it to ship by polar bear I just hope there are no glitches after this point like the past ten games once i buy it February 19, 2014
Very nice game! Very nice game in all aspect!. Quiz? Recognize the ship? It's the Calypso. The Jacques-Yves Cousteau research ship. February 19, 2014
5 Stars for Real Actors! I love the arctic and snow, so this was right up my ally. The number one thing though that made me buy it immediately was when I saw the use of real actors. I love when they are incorporated into a game. I totally just can not express how much I love that. Since Myst back in the day, it is hard to find real actors in games. I had been disappointed, but this made me so happy. I loved also that the game had hidden money to collect, so that you could buy a few things for your little penguin. Also you could look for hidden relics and morphing objects. In a standard edition game that is hard to find. I was happy about that. You could also get a few achievements as well. I totally loved the story line, the music, the ship in the beginning, gosh there is so much I appreciated in this game. I can only hope now that I completed this game minus 2 morphing objects I just could not find, that more game developers will include these real actors. It is a treat for me and an instant buy. I loved this game guys. It has re-playability too. November 18, 2014
Pretty Cool! BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS The opening movie is great. A ?history? of the expeditions to the north pole, done in old movie grain, with a very professional narrator. The title graphics are so sharp, man, was I impressed! SIGHTS & SOUNDS Then reality sank in. The graphics thereafter are excellent, the cut-scenes are not. They are heavily pixelated. But the impression was already made, so from the first, it felt like a very classy game. The HOP scenes are clear and bright, not too jumbled, of the pseudo-realism variety. The location graphics change. Some are as sharp as the titles, some are just alright, others are cartoony. The ambient noise, being the Arctic is suitably the dominant sound. Lots of ice breaking and winds that are trying to freeze-dry you. Music, was there music? I honestly can?t remember, and I?d go back to check, but I ran out of time before I realised it! Voiceovers are good, very professional. WHAT?S HAPPENING? Your grandfather was the sole survivor of a doomed expedition to the north pole, and came back obsessed with the legends of Inuit treasure ? some god or other that granted your every wish. You fund an expedition to follow in his tracks, and accompany the group as their doctor. This expedition is likewise ill-fated. The engine blows up and leaves you stranded in the ice, in the middle of nowhere. No hope of rescue. But that is not your main problem. The captain and crew decide that Inuit gold sounds good and toss you down a ravine! Somehow, you survive. And find the missing information about the Wish God. In exchange for whatever you want you must give your soul! Now, as you make your way back to the stranded ship, you discover that those who have touched the gold have gone mad. How are you to survive? Well, I ran out of time, so I can?t tell you where this is leading! Lol GAMEPLAY Fairly standard gameplay. Although the HOPs, interactive lists, can be swapped for a very fun jigsaw, each scene has a different pic and a different cut for the pieces. They are tricky icy almost one colour jigsaws. The HOPs do have some smaller items in them, but I don?t think it is too bad. The puzzles are easy enough so far, but a bit time-consuming in a couple of cases. There is a map in the journal, where you take down important info and clues, and it is just a small crowded thing taking up one page. But it gives you your position, the cleared locations, and the important task locations. I don?t think it was a transporter, but I could be wrong on that. Hint is directional, and there are 3 levels of difficulty. There is an amazing amount of bling with this standalone SE, certainly enough to make it worth your while. There are 10 missing relics, 18 beyond (morphing) objects, and an uncountable number of coins to collect. The coins can be used in your igloo to buy toys for your resident penguin. This dude is not with you for the gameplay itself, so no cute companion. There are also achievements which are displayed in your igloo. COMBINED IMPACT I like this game. I?m impressed in the general production standards, even if the graphics seem to have been put together by different artists. For a standalone SE, it is really quite exceptional. February 19, 2014
I want more like this! I love a game where I can actually fix things, figure out how to make something work, and keep my penguin happy. This is how games should be (at least for me). Great graphics, great atmosphere and it's fun. Except for leaving the guy in the ice too long. I'd love more like this! October 20, 2014
Just a little short This was a pretty good game. Good story line of searching for Grandfather at North Pole. Had good minigames. and lots of HO scenes, I thought they were more challenging than usual. It was kind of short. Graphics were good and music wasn't annoying. March 13, 2014
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