Mystic Gallery

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$ 9.99 USD

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Find Hidden Objects on great paintings and train your artistic skills to become the master restorer of a Mystic Gallery! Use a unique device, the Wheel of Skill, to play marvellous minigames and earn your diploma from a fantastic art school. Repair some of the most famous paintings of all times as you work towards success. Can you breathe new life into these damaged masterpieces? Give it your best shot in Mystic Gallery!

  • Wonderful artwork to restore
  • Marvelous minigames
  • Become a master restorer!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 74 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Fun & Not Morbid So many hidden object games are dark and morbid. This is bright and fun. December 1, 2013
Fun & Annoying I enjoyed this game because it is straight hidden object without all they dark dreary scenes that seem to prevail in most of today's games of this genre. It is not a hard game so can be played by most members of the family, though younger players may require a bit of assistance. What I simply cannot understand is why the developers who clearly don't seem to speak English as a native language didn't have someone who is a native English speaker review the game for idioms, context, grammar. There is no excuse for the many spelling errors ie; olimpic, secratary, mistery . These issues were annoying and took away from my pleasure with the game. The narrator also tries one's patience after a while as her remarks are always the same and not terribly relevant to the game. March 30, 2013
Different Concept for Hidden Object Games The objects are hidden in works of art. Most of them stand out because you know they don't belong to the artwork. If you need a hint, the hint button recharges very quickly. The dialogue, which you read, is repetitive, except when she gives background on the museum's history. The mini games are also repetitive -- art trivia, art jigsaw puzzles and something called elements where you have to identify 2 or 3 of the objects you found out of 8 objects pictured. I have not finished the entire game, so I don't know the length. So far I have probably played about 3 hours at different times. All in all, it's not a bad game. If you want a game with challenge and a dark, twisted plot, this is not your game. If you want a strictly hidden object game, or if you are an art lover, give this one a try. August 23, 2012
Go to a real museum instead The "hostess" of this game impedes your progress. The game has the possibility of being an amusing game, even teaching something, but the woman blocks every view, with endless and repetitive instructions. You cannot get rid of her by clicking...she just overstays her welcome! I quit after twenty very long minutes. I'm an impatient person. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone. Read an art book; it would be much more entertaining. September 16, 2012
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