Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone

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After crashing his ship, and being tossed overboard, Columbus sees a beautiful apparition reaching out to him. Waking up on a mysterious island, Columbus begins to explore his surroundings and stumbles upon ancient treasures and perplexing puzzles. Find important items that will help you move on in Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone, a fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 227 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone 3.9 5 30 30
a great game!!!!!!!!!! i loved it its not scary and gostly the game is just perfact!!! November 28, 2012
Loved it! Great game, loved it. Graphics were wonderful, and a fun challenging game. Smile... November 9, 2012
History rewritten but what the heck? This is a nice game. This is a H0G based story -- linear, some decent puzzles, and quite delightful to look at. The H0G scene tasks vary -- find objects, find groups of items, find parts to make a whole. The objects are deftly hidden in beautifully drawn locations. Quite enjoyable even with the lack of a true Adventure component. January 19, 2012
Columbus goes to India in a basic IHOG Review based upon completion of the game. Christopher Columbus is on his way to India but discovered... no, not America, but a storm that left his ship sunk. In addition he gets saved by a maiden who turns out to be a statue, then a ghost. He has to find a way to save her - and him - within a month. The Good: + decent length + FROG scenes + graphics are good + items are not put back into (most) HO scenes + varied minigames (which are repeated once or twice) The Neutral: o junk piles o items not true to size The Bad: - Story doesn't make sense sometimes (for example, cleaning the house at the end - you put away stuff that would fit in place but leave the floor littered: Queen Isabella loses her treasury key (yeah right!); said treasure has to be accessed by letting water out of a fountain (yeah right!) Bottom Line. A twist to Columbus' story with some lengths in it. If you are into basic IHOGs the game is worth a look. April 8, 2012
A relaxing game Sometimes you don't want to be challenged, endlessly travelling back and forth, wondering how to use an inventory item, tearing your hair out over mini puzzles all the while depressed over the gruesome story line. Sometimes you may want loads of HOS one after the other interspersed with little mini games that are do-able and accompanied by pleasant music and a lovely ending. If this is you give this one a trial especially on a daily deal offer. There are a few downsides like the odd spelling blunder and some items that are not appropriate to the time setting but overall I was happy. March 26, 2012
Calling all HOG hogs! If you like Hidden Object Games, this one's for you. Practically every scene is another one. Finish one HO scene, and then one click away is another. There are some puzzles interspersed and the objects you put in inventory are used almost immediately. No deep thinking required for that. Very little backtracking either. The hidden objects are often extremely well hidden. For my taste, I'd rather have fewer HO scenes and more puzzles and cut scenes. For me, it got rather weary after awhile - just too many HO scenes. June 25, 2012
Columbus: Ghost of the Mystery Stone An oldie but goodie, the graphics are even pretty decent considering this game was first released in 2011! There are two modes of difficulty, casual and expert. This is the untold story of Columbus' first discovery. Columbus has been sent on a voyage by the Queen of Spain to find a shorter trade route to India when he encounters a storm of the century. For days the Pinta was brutally tossed about in the ocean until she crashed ashore on some rocks, hurling Columbus overboard to almost certain death. As he was sinking to the bottom he caught a glimpse of a beautiful phantom who brought him to shore, was he dreaming this apparition or could she be real? Now he finds himself alone on an island that was recently inhabited, but strangely abandoned! The tasks are pretty easy to figure out and there are a bunch of hidden object scenes that are surprisingly well done. There are mini games as well such as flipping over stones two at a time in order to find identical pictures. This is a nice HOG with a nautical theme, enjoy! May 12, 2014
VERY PLEASANT AFTERNOON OF PLAY 9 Chapters. Fairly easy game with a few challenges. A little over 3 hours on casual (but I may have not counted a half hour). STORYLINE: Felipa?s life-force (trapped in stone) has raised Columbus from the dead after the Pinta?s been caught in a storm. But he must release her spirit by the next full moon or he will die and Felipa will stay forever in the stone. To release her, he must complete an amulet after first fixing the Pinta and travelling to Corsica, France, and Spain, also visiting the Queen and a market, to complete several tasks and to gather the parts for the amulet. He makes it just in time. GAMEPLAY: Nice-sized beautifully detailed and brightly-colored HOS (so objects aren?t too difficult to find). Besides interactive HOS, there are FRAGS which are clearly distinguishable. Proper proportion of HOS to FRAGS. Linear play - you have a task list that tells you the next thing that needs to be done. Various puzzles and mini-games, becoming more challenging as the game progresses. Lovely scenery and background music. Gameplay is not too mind-boggling, so it?s a pleasant afternoon of play. November 4, 2012
Long HOG This game is for HO lovers. Music is repetitive but fits. Enjoyed the game but I did become a little bored as it was repetitive and not much challenge. One of those non thinking games. No violence, just a happy story. July 5, 2013
HOStastic !! I relished my time spent exploring the island which was abounding with HOS. My eyes must be going bad because many of the items were very well camouflaged. I enjoyed the challenge. February 1, 2013
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