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From Domini Games, the studio that brought you the Dark Romance series, invites you on a wild journey to the far north in the next exciting Mystery Tales!

Your sister Ellie has been begging you for ages to visit her in Alaska, where she has met the love of her life. When she entices you with new material for your next photography book, you can't resist and hop a flight to visit, only to find out that you've been roped into an awkward family dinner with her soon-to-be mother-in-law! Everything seems normal, until your sister is kidnapped and you're left high and dry trying to catch up with her! You’ll have to harness the power of animal totems to gain their powers and fight back against the dark force that wants to destroy your sister. But when you investigate her fiancé's family history, what dark secrets will you uncover?

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 694 MB

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Mystery Tales: Alaskan Wild 3.8 5 10 10
A relaxing fun time I liked this game. It seemed they used Native American voice actors that made the game more realistic. The story line was not bad; the games were challenging but achievable. There were a few errors but nothing that detracted from the fun. Great job! October 1, 2015
get daniel's mother there is a custom level and i played it. there is an interactive map. put your walking shoes on because there is a lot of back and forth and without the map you are going to be tired. your sister ellie has been asking you to come to alaska for a long time, so you finally go to see her and meet her fiance. she is not welcome in his family and his mother put her under some kind of spell. you have to through the mountains looking for her. daniel, the fiance, doesn't understand why his mother is acting like this. throughout the game you learn the backstory of his life and it explains why she is doing this. i recommend it. October 25, 2015
Evil or well intentioned mother? You decide Story: your sister invites you to visit Alaska. You accept and go to meet your sister's fiance's mother. Before you know it, your sister Claire is whisked away by the prospective mother-in-law in a gust of ice. You are given a paw amulet that animates totem poles (bottom right corner)--use it any time you come across an animal totem pole. Graphics--outstanding. Everything is high resolution, sharp, clear, crisp, beautifully done. The Alaskan landscape and Indian/Eskimo motifs are present everywhere and captivating. All the characters are good looking and look like real people. VOs are good. The screenshots for this game don't do justice to actual game. Music--good, but not memorable. Level of challenge--very easy to easy to mildly challenging. If you like challenging HOS or puzzles, you will be turned off by lack of challenge presented in this game. This game would have been perfect if the puzzles and HOs were a bit more challenging and not run-of-the-mill. You can play match 3 instead of HOS. I LOVE this game for the graphics and storyline. Would play it again just to be immersed in the beautiful setting of Alaska (without wearing 5 layers of clothing and facing frostbite). It's also a decently long game and most tasks are intuitive. I recommend this game without reservation. September 25, 2016
Another Fiance Bites The Dust Ellie has begged you to visit her in Alaska to visit her Fiance Daniel, after all it will be a great photo opportunity for your latest best seller. The two of you have a great deal to catch up on, but that's going to have to be later because Daniel has invited the two of you to dinner at his house, problem is, he neglected to tell his mother they were coming. For most mothers, this wouldn't be a problem, but for Abigail, an extremely over protective mother who want's Daniel all to herself, Ellie is a problem, a huge problem! Something has already happened to his first fiance, Claire, who mysteriously disappeared without a trace two years ago. Did Abigaile have anything to do with her disappearance, and what are her plans for poor unsuspecting Ellie? The local shaman has foreseen your arrival, and has given you a powerful amulet. This amulet can be used upon any animal totem to magically transform you into the animal totem, temporarily of course. Each time you become one with the animal, you will play a mini game as seen through that animals eyes, such as guiding a mouse through a maze using directional arrows, or soaring through the skies as an owl and finding objects shown through a viewfinder you control. There are Plus Sign inventory items on some inventory items that require some type of interaction before the item can be used, There is a Snowflake icon located on the left of the screen that will allow you to make it snow, either no snow at all, or practically a blizzard. and the Collector's Edition has the addition of Achievements to earn and Collectible Character Figurines to find. Because you are a wildlife photographer, you have a digital camera that allows you to photograph any wildlife you come across, however, there is no indication to alert you (at least in custom mode) so you will have to pay attention. (only available in the CE) The Hidden Object Puzzles are varied and are usually presented in three stages. Some have Morphing Objects to find followed by interactive list finds, silhouetted shape finds, fragment finds or finding 3 items of each picture shown. There is an alternate Match 3 game available if you aren't into HOP's. There are 13 HOP's available throughout the game. The Mini Games are fun, however they really aren't new and they are very easy puzzles. Tiles to rotate to complete an image but some tiles affect other tiles, untangling a rope by moving the knots to different areas until none of the rope segments overlap, and navigating a boat and using the boats light to find 3 jellyfish, 5 squid and 5 fish, and then clicking on each colored sections to change the color to match them. The Collector's Edition has 10 Concept Art pictures, 5 Soundtracks, 11 Character Figurines, 11 Wildlife photos, 22 Achievements, 13 replayable HOP's, 23 replayable Mini Games, 21 Cutscenes, 11 Wallpapers, and 5 Personality Quiz Questions that will match your answers to 5 different characters personalities, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! September 27, 2015
Mystery Tales 3 Giving a 4.5 Star Rating. Mystery Tales opens up with a well-made but not very exciting cut scene introducing the story that we are about to witness. In this edition it's up to you to save your poor sister Ellie in Mystery Tales: Alaskan Wild CE and SE editions. She was kidnapped by potential mother-in-law, Miss Abigail. During the family dinner Miss Abigail revealed her dark nature and used snowy magic to freeze you and her own son Daniel. Then she hypnotized Ellie and took her away to the place of power. All of this is happening in Alaska, so even without demonic deeds Ellie can just freeze to death! You and Daniel will have to save her, but first you will have to weaken the witch ? Miss Abigail! To do so, you will have to break ancient totems and free animal spirits trapped inside. Gather forces of animal spirits and save Ellie before she will be sacrificed by Miss Abigail in this awesome Puzzle Adventure Hidden Object Game! While moving through blithe Mystery Tales: Alaskan Wild game from beginning to ending you will be tied to your chair. Excellent lip sync and graphics demonstrate what an incredible effort the developers worked to achieve in this exciting dramatic HOPA. The bonus game was really cool too but not enough to pay CE price. Hidden Object, Puzzle, Adventure principles of Mystery Tales 3: Alaskan Wild is hidden underneath colossal adventure. Players of any level will relish with this emotive and fast paced story. Graphics: 4/5 Stars Sound: 4/5 Stars Story: 3.5/5 Stars Originality: 4/5 Stars Gameplay: 4.5/5 Stars Puzzles: 4.5/5 Stars Control and Navigation: 4/5 Stars Fun Factor: 4.5/5 Stars Extras: 4.5/5 Stars September 27, 2015
CE or SE? I say CE, but buy one or the other, depending on how much you like this game. This review is based upon playing the first two chapters of the CE version, which I bought. The main reason I like this game is, it is beautiful, absolutely gorgeous. In my CE review, I said that the story does not make much sense. Well, it still doesn?t, really. I am wandering around finding things and placing them, but I am not really sure how any for that is helping me find my sister. Nonetheless, I?m having fun. Briefly, the story is that, immediately upon your arrival in Alaska to take photographs and visit your sister, her boyfriend's mother goes all magical-evil and kidnaps her. When you pursue, everyone seems to know who you are and think you are the magical answer to problems. It's unclear why. When I am reading reviews after the CE and the SE are both out, it is usually because I want to know which to buy. I bought the CE, and I am not sorry. All the CE bells and whistles are there, including the ability to play HOS and minigames over. However, I still am not sure I care to play them over. The minigames are way too easy so far. and the HOPs are just average, though they are pretty and include an option for match 3. I know I will want to play the bonus game. There were a couple of petty annoyances, like the picture of the mouse in the maze minigame did not line up well with the gaps he had to pass through, which required a lot of jockeying with the computer mouse. Nonetheless, I recommend the CE, or, if you don?t want to spring for it, I recommend this, the SE. September 27, 2015
Refreshing difference! Really enjoyed this game!! Had no problems with it at all; HOS & puzzles were relatively easy but enjoyed them anyway. Especially liked the scenery, made a refreshing change from the dark houses & metal monsters, etc. April 1, 2016
SHADES OF JACK LONDON AND MOMMY DEAREST It has been a while since you have seen your sister Ellie who lives in Alaska and she really wants you to come for a visit. Since you are a writer, it doesn?t take much for Ellie to convince you that your next book could be about Alaska so with that as an extra incentive you soon find yourself on a flight to Alaska for a long overdue visit. When you arrive at the airport Ellie is glowing and you learn her secret as she invites to a special dinner with her fianc Daniel. As you and Ellie arrive for dinner at Daniel?s home you get to meet our villainess, a real mommy dearest, who is sure to be the mother-in-law from you know where. Abigail uses some powerful magic and whisks Ellie away so now you must rescue sis and finally put Abigail in her place. As you trek across the glorious wild vistas of Alaska you encounter wild wolves, huge bears, and some very interesting characters. Just as a note, the game did not automatically open in widescreen on my laptop and I had to click the widescreen button to get the black side bars to disappear. The game offers four modes of gameplay with catchy little names: Casual Moose, Expert Wolf, Hardcore Grizzly and my favorite ? Wise Owl, where you can fiddle with all sorts of settings so that you can set up the game for the way you like to play. The sound package includes lip-synced voiceovers that are generally very good and special sound effects that are awesome. One of the effects that I particularly enjoyed was the realism created by the howling winter wind as it was blowing through the trees. The graphics are amazingly beautiful and colorful despite all of the white, snowy vistas that we move through. After all the recent winter themed games it seems like BFG wants to give us something to cool the blistering hot days of summer. Of course this is fine with me since winter is my favorite time of year. In Alaska Wild we get to enjoy the beauty of the frosty northern tundra and the special delight of those wonderful Northern Lights, something I would like to experience first-hand. In the user interface area you will find your inventory and other tools. You have a compass that when clicked opens your interactive, transporter type that will indicate areas where there are available tasks depending on your mode of gameplay. Other tools include a special amulet that you receive early in the game that allows you to animate animal totems. You also have a camera so that you can take photos of any animals you that will be stored in an album. The HOPS include a variety and most of them have several levels. Early in the game I found them quite a bit of fun but later in the game they deteriorated into total junk heaps where it was very difficult to find the items. During the demo there was one storybook type where we find and replace items on the page but most of the others are more traditional. If you really don?t want to complete the HOPS then you can choose play an alternate Match 3 game if you prefer. I am so excited that the game has more mini-games than HOPS with 23 mini-games to 13 HOPS. Some examples of the mini-games include: rotate tiles to complete a picture, untangle ropes to clear them, push buttons in a specific order to open a cache, get a boat to safety by completing mini-puzzles. This just lists a few of the puzzles and there are many more. Some were very easy but others are a bit more difficult. The puzzles throughout the entire game were easy, easy, easy and most of them could be figured out without even thinking. I purchased the CE of the game and had incredibly high hopes for the game in the beginning. However, after the demo the game kept going downhill and became an exercise in boredom. Even though I gave the game a high rating at first, in afterthought it is really a very mediocre game at best. The storyline was jumbled and full of inconsistencies. I think this developer needs to go back to the drawing board and figure out what they did wrong with this game. It had so much potential to be much better than it was. If you like easy games with gorgeous graphics, then this might be the game for you. If you want far more challenge then look elsewhere. Of course, these are just my thoughts on the game and, as always, I suggest you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. September 27, 2015
Not worth full price, good game for a deal of the day Game started out pretty good which is why I purchased it but it kind of went down hill soon after. It's a good game, not a great game and definitely not a real memorable game. It's also not a very long game either. It's definitely better then a lot of the newer games put out lately but that's not really saying much.The graphics and scenery were pretty. Loved how you could make it snow harder or softer, loved having a custom mode to adjust how quick my skip and hints would recharge other then that nothing much else to really cheer about. This would be an OK game to pass the time if it's a deal of the day or using a free game but to me it's not worth the full CE or SE price. Give the demo a try, if you really like it then buy the game if you are kind of bored or on the fence about it, then pass because it's not going to get much better. October 14, 2015
the same this is the same game has before I say about a few weeks ago and I still have it on my play list. This game is nothing to talk about it freezes and it show that a mother is jealous of her son's lover for she wants her son all to herself September 28, 2015
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