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Mayan Prophecies: Blood Moon Collector's Edition

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(1.07 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

From EleFun Games, creators of the Fear for Sale and Witches' Legacy series, comes a brand-new Mayan prophecy to uncover!

Wild jaguars are running loose down the streets of a coastal South American town, but this is no act of nature - a hooded man is transforming people into jaguars and controlling them! U.S. Coast Guard Officers Alexis and Gregory are on the case, but they're up against a mighty foe. A young Mayan priestess claims that the Jaguar God is behind the attacks, continuing a war with the Moon Goddess that has raged for centuries. You'll need all your skills to save the world from erupting into chaos in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

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:

  • Explore a world of forgotten gods in the bonus game!
  • Horoscopes from the ancient Mayans
  • Hidden birds and morphing objects to find
  • 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: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1414 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Mayan Prophecies: Blood Moon Collector's Edition 3.9 5 47 47
Hummingbirds are back Was surprised to see a sequel. I own the first two. Will add this one too. Poor guy in all three story's doesn't get a break. lol. Well at least making him a helper was pretty inventive. Can he saw growl. Well the story was running smoothly and kept my interest. Many task to accomplish and even got stuck on one puzzle. Characters were very good and like the type of and the way they did the HO's Play Mahjong if the HO does not thrill you. Oh there was morphing objects beside also finding the birds or hummingbirds. August 28, 2014
Not bad The graphics are fairly sharp for the most part although there was a little graininess in a few spots. The colors are vibrant without being overly saturated. I thought the game looked pretty. The music is unobtrusive and the few crescendos were appropriate to the action. The voice overs aren't going to win any awards but they weren't annoying either. Game play is smooth and I experienced no difficulty with the UI. The storyline is a typical one where an evil guy is doing evil magical things and only our character can save the day. It is presented complete with the usual hapless male sidekick who needs saving. A little less typically he actually proves to be useful as he has been turned into your animal helper. Scenes with him were fun to watch because the leopard animation is so well done. The HOS were fairly few in number and generally contained several interactive components. They were all pretty easy. The puzzles varied in type and, with the exception of one, were fairly easy to accomplish without being complete child's play. The adventure component was pretty straightforward although at times it felt a little contrived. For example, Gregory is locked in a cage that needs a leopard key to open and you happen to find that exact key while diving underwater. How did the key come to be there? The story doesn't explain. There are several instances like that in the trial. People who like really intricate adventure activity may be disappointed because there is rarely a moment where you really need to think much to progress. Everything you need is laid directly in your path and everything you find is used pretty much right away. Overall, this is a fairly well put together game that revisits a common HOPA plot but adds its own small twist. HOS and puzzles are present in average quantities and won't make you pull your hair out. It didn't grab my interest particularly so I can't recommend it but it was pleasant enough so I can't say it isn't worth trying the demo either. August 7, 2014
Blood Moon This was a rather linear game that I enjoyed playing. The HO were more interesting than the theme of the game itself. I finished the demo in half the time and I have no idea how many chapters are in the game. Probably not a buy for me right now. August 7, 2014
A decent game but too linear This game was too step 1, step 2 oriented. The morphing objects and the hummingbirds helped break things up making it more challenging which it needed. The scenes were so "similar" that I relied entirely on the fortunately interactive map to navigate. Having a jaguar friend help me reach things or "open" things was a little too contrived. Just make me find a ladder and a knife....more straightforward and realistic. Just not as enjoyable as the first in the serious though a little better than the second. All in all it's a game worth playing but don't expect to be blown away. It has all the requirements we put out there these days but falls short in the challenge department. August 14, 2014
GOOD STORYLINE this is a great concept ... but i really MISSED a more thorough and smooth interaction throughout the game ... the adventure aspect of the game ... too many HOs and they were at times tedious ... i can play mahjong but i get bored with that ... the QUIET while playing the HOs made it more un-fun ... could've done a LOT better with the music ... not that it was bad; on the contrary i liked it, but it just didn't bring the "locations" together ... and the GAMEPLAY just didn't keep moving ... the artwork is still wonderful, but technically the continuity was not a winner for me ... if you REALLY just want to play HOs with a great storyline, this is the game for you ... could've been better ... August 8, 2014
Rerun Once again we save the world, this time from the Jaguar God, who apparently has had this grudge on for hundreds of years. To further the meager storyline, we find children's drawings along with our clues that unfold to tell us another bit of the characters' history. The game includes the four levels of play including the custom setting, HOS that are interactive, as well as an interactive map, decent music, nice artwork, OK VOs, and mini-games. The mini-games had minimal directions - I finished one by clicking randomly. There are morphing objects as well as bird collectibles. I was astounded - not in a good way - by some of the "logic" in the game. I watered a plant to get car keys when the flower opened. I did a bit of fancy pruning when getting a figurine out of a small tree inside a house. I got a starfish off the side of a manatee. I finished the trial in half the time allowed - not that I'm that clever, but that it was that easy. I'm just not convinced I want to save the world again today! August 9, 2014
Save your money!!! Felt like an old game.Wish I hadn't bought wasted money. old ho's and too many. did not even play the bonus game.BORING which seems to be bf's games any more August 8, 2014
mayan prophecies 3 problems not download for games and fix August 8, 2014
daisychain Liked the hidden object scenes. Overall the game was fun but quite simple. For anyone who wants a game to waste a bit of time this is the one. Where have all the challenging games gone?? August 8, 2014
Mayan do not like !!!! Story fair. Time was cut off to play. Boring. HO'S best of the game. Not a Mayan fan at all so sorry to see after a long wait to see that wow game. August 8, 2014
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