Doors of the Mind: Inner Mysteries Strategy Guide
Pleasantly surprised with this game especially based on reviews which it's always a good idea to play demo and see for yourself.
Mysterious and spellbinding, you are Hazel who is having recurring nightmares since her father passed away and is seriously in danger of having a full mental breakdown.
Hazel decides to seek professional help who guides her to unlock "the doors" of her mind. But he's always in the shadows. Hmmm. Lots of twist and turns in this mystery story.
Length just about right imho as I have played games that seemed to never end, HO scenes look cluttered, however, if you "focus" they are quite do-able and fun as well as the puzzels.
Enjoy! -Mama Mia-.
November 3, 2012
It' not a bad game, just not very long and kind of easy. Not the challenge I thought it would be. I am glad that I did not waste a credit on this, but got it on sale. I would only recommend this to anyone just starting out with games. Not for intermediate or expert.
January 20, 2012
short but sweet
The gameplay on this one is VERY different than most. I enjoyed it, but it was way, way too short.
October 27, 2013
This game is for someone new to gaming. An intermediate or expert player would find this easy and boring. It is a very short game.
June 18, 2012
Not nearly the challenge of Treasure Seekers or Mystery PI. Discovering objects by accident rather than clues is not much fun. Spent three hours trying to get out of garden after finding all objects and just went round and round. Never got back to next challenge. I wouldn't buy this one.
November 25, 2011
15 minutes after paying for this game i beat it. not challenging and not long enough at all waste of my money
August 7, 2012