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AMAX Interactive proudly presents the next adventure in the enchanting Spirits of Mystery series!

Happy birthday, Princess! It's time to celebrate, but your joy is short-lived as dark creatures start kidnapping your subjects! As the blood moon rises, you find out that this has all happened before. Can you stop history from repeating itself and save your people in time? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 809 MB

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Spirits of Mystery: The Moon Crystal is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Underrated This game is amazing. I like it because it is very different. It's dark, unique, gorgeous graphics as usual and highly interactive.
Date published: 2017-10-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from SPIRITS OF MYSTERY 7: A HORROR AND FAIRYTALE ADVENTURE IN ONE! It’s the Princess’ birthday! And this year, the grand celebration lies on the night of the blood moon, when the innocent citizens of the kingdom are to be sacrificed by the demons. Help the Princess stop this cruel practice on this cursed night! I always thought of the Spirits of Mystery as fairytale-like fantasy series. While each of the installments almost always possesses a dark edge, the mood of the game is still quite upbeat. The Moon Crystal definitely takes “dark” to a whole new level. This latest sequel features an abundant amount of disturbing scenes of human sacrifices, as well as gore and blood. These elements might work if the game is framed as a psychological thriller or is being released under a different franchise, but as it is now, the thought of princesses, fairies, and all these dreary elements existing in the same game are both conflicting and confusing. It might be partly because of these conflicting emotions that I gave a 4 star rating for this game. The adventure gameplay is standard; a good chunk of backtracking, an overwhelming amount of weirdly-shaped locks, and predictable tasks to solve. The hidden objects scenes repeat themselves at least once, which can be seen as a sign of laziness on the developer’s part, and none of them are particularly innovative either. The puzzles are slightly more entertaining, filled with great ideas, but not necessarily well-executed. Production wise, Spirits of Mystery: The Moon Crystal is pretty much spot-on. The hand-drawn visual style from AMAX Interactive is definitely great-looking, accompanied by amazing shades of color and plenty of special effects. Moreover, the gloomy music is appropriate for the game and the voice-acting is solid. Spirits of Mystery: The Moon Crystal has a standard four-hour length, and the bonus chapter comes in at 50 minutes. The Collector’s Edition features a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, screensavers, videos, re-playable hidden object scenes, re-playable puzzles, achievements, and collectibles. I remain a fan of this series and recommend all the games. Cheers! •Spirits of Mystery: Amber Maiden •Spirits of Mystery: Song of the Phoenix •Spirits of Mystery: The Dark Minotaur •Spirits of Mystery: The Silver Arrow •Spirits of Mystery: Chains of Promise •Spirits of Mystery: The Fifth Kingdom •Spirits of Mystery: Illusions •Spirits of Mystery: The Moon Crystal
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from WHERE IS ISA???? Spirit of Mystery it is not! Although this is a good game it is certainly NOT a Spirit of Mystery Game. This is so far out of the Spirit of Mystery Realm that it should have its own title. That said, the graphics are fantastic as are the mini games and HOPA's. I am not sure how I feel about the story line. So far, it is a little disturbing. I do like the idea that they give you different options but how that affects the outcome of the game remains to be seen I would think. If you have not played any of the Spirit of Mystery games then you will have no problem with this one. If you have, then you will wonder as I do where all of the main characters in the series are. Only the nanny makes a short appearance. Try this game, because the graphics and puzzles are terrific.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Parts Were Good There were lots of good things about this game. But I was getting anxious for it to be over, and that's not a good thing. It was long, which is usually good. The mini games were sometimes fun. The HOS's were pretty good. But a lot of solutions and uses for items were way out there. I ended up just trying every item in every scene. I did think it had some challenging parts, which I like a lot. I'm going to recommend this game because it certainly wasn't all bad and in some parts it was quite gtood.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from IT'S CERTAINLY DIFFERENT I'm going to continue giving Amax kudos for the fantastic job they are doing. These guys are clearly putting on their thinking caps, to introduce fresh new ideas in a stale environment. Think about it, when is the last time you saw a different or unusual feature in a HOPA game? Amax has got mojo, and my prediction is these devs are going for the gold, I can't wait to see what's to come, I'm betting they have many more tricks up their sleeves, and perhaps a new series or two in store for us. They still need to correct the widescreen issue however, none of the Amax/ERS games automatically support widescreen, I have to either play their games in windowed mode, or adjust my screens resolution, otherwise, the game stretches out too far and cuts off everything on the sides, hopefully, they hear my pleas and fix this annoying issue. Why a low star rating when I just sang praises of how Amax has raised the bar on HOPA games? Well, it's because in my opinion, they should have started an entirely new series with this game, it's anything but a Spirits of Mystery storyline! SOM games are supposed to be about the 5 kingdoms, and the 5 princesses who rule. It's about the evil sorcerer Isa, and the sorceress who pulls his strings, it's supposed to be about Nanny the immortal mentor of princesses. Other than a brief appearance from Nanny at the start, everybody else is a no show, the black panther doesn't even make an appearance. The Moon Crystal should have ditched the princess, gave the heroine a rebellious tough girl attitude, and developed a brand new series, a series where the heroine's personality becomes more brazen and rebellious with each new adventure. (if I could only write these storylines...wouldn't it be cool if BF allowed each reviewer to submit a storyline plot, and comprised a game that featured our ideas?)(think about it, there are only a handful of top developers, and even fewer team members who write the storylines, and there are thousands of reviewers, with even more amazing ideas swirling around!) I also have a problem with the Collector's Edition extras, or lack thereof. Other than a dozen and a half Achievements to earn, there are only statues to collect. They completely ditched the collectible portraits that gave you insight into each character, and I actually liked the royal crown collection that was introduced in The Fifth Kingdom, so I'm not sure why they decided to abandon these features, again, if they are doing away with all key ingredients of its predecessors, they should have opted for an entirely new series. At the start of the game, Nanny gives you an Amulet that will protect you from harm, but for some reason, you need to whip up a freezing potion to either temporarily freeze several minions or destroy fewer. Throughout the game you'll be given several "choices" such as how you will use the limited amount of potions you have, but I'm not really sure how your decisions will affect the outcome, really the only way to find out, is to play the game twice, using different choices. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with Interactive List finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, and Interactive Progressive Silhouetted Shape finds where you must find an item that matches the silhouetted shape and then use that item interactively in the scene to expose the next item and so forth. Many of the HOP's are repeated in the same scene, another annoying feature I hope Amax decides to ditch, it's plain ole boring a second time around. The Mini Games are fairly good, and there seems to be a ton of them, which is totally awesome. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Follow the beetle as it shuffles between other beatles. 2) Use your amulet to find and select runes on the door in numerical order. 3) Select no more than 3 lures to take, the player who takes the last lure wins. 4) Select the triangles when they are all in the green zone. 5) Connect all the dots in a continuous line only once. 6) Create the outfits shown in the mirror on the mannequin using arrows to move through the options. 7) Use your bracelet and a lever on the conveyor belt to free yourself. 8) Create the symbols shown using rune markings. 9) Rotate and swap disks to conduct the three rays of light from the colored crystals to the center, light rays can only pass through crystals of the same color. SPIRITS OF MYSTERY GAMES AVAILABLE IN ORDER Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Amber Maiden (January 5-12) 4.2 2-Song of the Phoenix (April 12-12) 4.7 3-The Dark Minotaur (December 27-12) 4.4 4-The Silver Arrow (December 12-13) 4.2 5-Chains of Promise (August 13-15) 3.5 6-Family Lies (March 24-16) 3.5 7-The Fifth Kingdom (January 12-17) 4.2 8-Illusions (June 15-17) 3.0 9-The Moon Crystal (August 19-17) 3.3 The Collector's Edition has 18 Achievements to earn, Collectible Statues, 10 Wallpapers, 14 Concept Art pictures, 6 Screensavers, 4 Music Soundtracks, replayable Mini Games. Hidden Object Scenes, and Movie Videos, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-09-17
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