Mystery Mosaics

Mystery Mosaics

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The realm was once home to an ancient civilization, which has long since disappeared, leaving behind relics of unknown power. Across the land, factions fight over the mosaics, some seeking to solve their code, others afraid of what might happen if their power is unlocked. Do you have the wits to unravel the mystery? Find out in Mystery Mosaics!

  • Addictive visual logic gameplay
  • Two modes of play for great replayability
  • 100 levels for each mode
  • Beautifully painted, high-resolution backgrounds

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 67 MB

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Mystery Mosaics 2.9 5 15 15
Anyone up for the challenge? Two ways to play, so much fun and makes you think. I am a huge fan of fantasy mosaics but this game is not for those who play those games on easy and try not to reach gold for every level. Beautiful and calm music in the background makes it not feel rushed to complete. Is it worth buying? Only if you are up to the challenge and won't give up. December 22, 2015
I've been waiting for this for a while now... I don't review games often, but I felt I had to review this game since I feel it has gotten an undeserved low rating. I first played Mystery Riddles over a year ago and loved it. It's one of the very few games I replayed and I checked every so often if there was a new one out. And happy holidays a new one did come out! I'll be honest, I only play the Fill-A-Pix ( I think it's called) in which you fill in a picture by coloring in the number of filled in boxes that are supposed to be in a 3x3 grid. So if the number in the center is 9, then all are filled, easy enough. The challenge comes with the lower numbers and the fact that all the 3x3 grids, which do overlap, have to work. It's difficult to explain, so I recommend trying it in the demo. In the end you do get an image, though they are usually not obvious while you are doing the puzzle, and I never quite focus on that since I get too engrossed working with the logic of the grids. There are 10 levels with 10 puzzles each and they get progressively harder. I really enjoy these puzzles. The other way to play is the standard mosaic, which I have to admit I haven't played. After being challenged by Fill-A-Pix, which I have never come across in any other game, the standard mosaic lost it's magic for me. If that's all you want to play in this game, then you're likely better off looking at a game which specializes only in that (like Mystery Mosaics) as other reviewers have said. However, if you enjoy logic puzzles, want to twist your brain a bit and try something new, I highly recommend this game. Please Big Fish, more of this type of puzzle! January 9, 2016
Came back looking for more. First time through I only did the standard nonogram puzzles because I didn't understand the other sort but I must have been tired or something because when I returned I saw they worked under the same principle as minesweeper. What a cool and innovative idea! VERY challenging but I loved that if you worked carefully and understood the concept you never had to guess, unlike many of this sort. It was all logic. Sadly I don't see another of this sort. Don't let the low star rating fool you. Great puzzler if you like this kind of game. One notch off for visual because sometimes the colors were too similar or hard to see against background. April 20, 2016
STANDARD FARE I played the demo for this game and it has some shortcomings, but for diehard mosaic fans, they can be overlooked. The most serious problem is the colors used for the grid. The background is a pale pink and the colors for the filled tiles range from light to dark. I had to continually remind myself that pink was a tile that still needed attention. This color confusion led to some mistakes which made the playing a little frustrating. Another factor that was a little irritating was the tutorial. First, I saw no way to avoid it, and second, it was definitely geared to a person who was playing their very first mosaic. The quality of the tutorial was also poor and seemed to be confusing at times. There are 2 modes of play as indicated in the game description. I played the standard, easier (my opinion) fill and cross mode. The grids were very easy to solve at the beginning and did not get too much harder during the demo. But I'm sure, like most mosaic games, the difficulty would have increased further into the game. The game starts with Player 1 already set up, so if you want to play under your own name, you have to go change the existing player. This is not that obvious which I feel is another strike against the game. So how come 4 stars? I really like these kinds of games and this one had good graphics and a somewhat interesting storyline. But play the demo and judge for yourself. December 22, 2015
The 'Mystery' is ...................... ............. all the pictures seem related to knights and/or pirates. The storyline was ok, as was the music and sound fx. At least I didn't have to turn anything down - lol. There are no mini-games between levels. There is only 1 mode of difficulty. There are 2 game settings: pic-a-pic or fill-a-pic. Don't know the difference between the two as I played the usual type of 'filler/griddler/mosaic' type of game. There is an automatic tutorial. I could find NO way to turn it off .... which was annoying. You can earn up to 3 mistakes before you have to replay a level. The gist of the game is thus: Your game board consists of a graph of blocks. Along each side are sets of numbers. Using those numbers, you fill in blocks on the graph and, when finished, create a picture. I LOVE this genre of gaming! What I found rather challenging was that (1) there are colors ..... but you don't play color (a), then color (b), then color (c) and so on. No. When you fill in ... say .... 4 blocks at once .... they may be blue, red, green, green .... instead of placing those colors over 3 turns. At the beginning of game play, I was easily ..... confused - lol. However ....... when the demo ended, I literally SCREAMED at the computer ("NOOOOOOO! I want to keep playing!!!!"), That is my personal 'wow' factor. I'm not even waiting for Bonus Punch Monday, I'm off to purchase it ............ NOW! Enjoy! Merry Christmas! December 22, 2015
Holy Eyestrain, Batman!! I love these kinds of games. This one is challenging and fun. I don't know about the 'storyline' because I don't really care about them in this type of game. I had two issues: the colors used were often too similar. That made it hard to distinguish whether a square was marked off or not. Also, the squares are much smaller than they need to be -- I'm running this game in fullscreen mode but there's a lot of unused real estate. A 25X25 grid has itty bitty little squares -- pretty frustrating. I only recommend if you know that you like these kinds of puzzles. Try the demo and see. December 23, 2015
As grid puzzles go..it is o.k. I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. While there were options to playing, it didn't offer the fun factor of others, and I found myself getting bored halfway through the hour trial. If you like standard grid puzzles, then you will enjoy this game but there is no "wow" factor to playing it. December 23, 2015
Bah Humbug There are two types of mosaics available, pic-a-pix which is your typical mosaic puzzle where you fill in cells based upon the numbers located on each column and row, and fill-a-pix where you are given number values on the grid and you fill in the correct boxes based on logic. There is a story associated with each type and the mosaics do actually form a picture when completed (not on fill-a-pix) such as a tower, a shield, a magic wand and even the devil. What I disliked about this game was that the cells are peach colored and the colors that fill in the cells are very bland with pale shades that look very similar to the peach colored cells which at times make it extremely difficult to tell which cells have been filled. You don't get to choose a color one by one, they just fill in with several random and unappealing colors. I found myself making mistakes because of the pale color choices, therefore I just didn't get any enjoyment out of this game. December 22, 2015
Only griddler addicts should like this one Mystery Mosaics fails on a lot of levels. For starters, the ability to avoid a tutorial is not given. Lots of players just don't need the lesson. Next we face a few 5 x 5 grids at the outset which again is only of benefit to rank amateurs. Once larger grids appear the delineation between filled squares and blanks is somewhat confusing. I was under the assumption that various colors are used, but saw nothing of the sort in the brief time I spent on the demo. Lots of developers are producing second rate grid games. Those of us with experience are aware that Fantasy Mosaics produced by Match Gems are the absolute best on the market. Players new to the grid genre need look no further than the terrific tri-color FM series. Everything else is second best and often worse. December 22, 2015
Love Mosaics But Not This One First, I liked the fact that there were many colors used in the mosaic puzzles. It made the final solution more colorful and realistic. HOWEVER, the problem was the background. Most of the time it blended in with the color of the grid blocks which made it difficult to see what you were doing and even more difficult to get a perfect score. Secondly, after filling in a row or column correctly, the unused blocks did NOT automatically fill in. I found this aggravating, distracting and a waste of time. Not having the option to disable the background was the final straw for me. The first straw was having to sit through the tutorial when I didn't need it. If you've never played this type of game, you may enjoy Mystery Mosaics. But for us seasoned players, I would not recommend it. December 23, 2015
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