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Domini Games invites you to join an elite group of underground mystery solvers in the debut of an exciting new brand!

After you're contacted by a mysterious secret organization called The Curio Society, you immediately head out into the field to prove yourself. But you soon realize you might be in a little over your head – an entire town has been overrun by living statues, controlled by an ancient sorcerer bent on power and destruction. Hey, no one said job interviews were easy, but if anyone's up to the task, it's you! Prove yourself worthy to join the Curio Society in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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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: 1155 MB

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The Curio Society: Eclipse Over Mesina

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The Curio Society: Eclipse Over Mesina is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of extra games I like this game more than most that I have purchased lately. It is full of games and they are doable. I love that the hint button recovers quickly since there is no Strategy Guide. The art work is beautiful and the story is not as gruesome as some. I will try the other versions.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from find out who wants to rule the world there is a custom level and an interactive map. you are trying out for the curio society after getting a mysterious message to report somewhere. you get help from a woman. she is also from the curio society and you are working together to find out who is behind the destruction. you have a light canon gun that can destroy the gargoyles and it gets charged by loading it with moon lenses. she has another type of gun that uses crystals. sequel....the way it ended i am fairly sure!!
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LIKE THIS GAME!! I don't understand all the negative reviews on this game. I almost didn't demo it, but after watching the video decided to give it a try. I'm very glad I did. The graphics were excellent imo, and I liked the way objects would move when you clicked on them (horses over the doorway comes to mind). The map shows where action is available and allows you to jump. A suitcase that gives you background history when evidence is found. I like watching gargoles flying around and the fact you have a secret weapon you can shoot them with to save someone. All in all I enjoyed the demo and definitely plan to purchase the game. I didn't demo the CE, sometimes the extras distract from the game. I like to just concentrate on the adventure. Don't go by all the reviews, try it out for yourself. We all have different tastes and some of us are just getting tired of the genre. Might need a break. I know I took a break for a while and now enjoy the games once again.
Date published: 2015-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too Short The game was ok - good enough to buy it at the $2.99 price anyway. Problem was that I got the whole thing finished within 1 day which is very unusual for me.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Who Wants to Destroy Mesina Track the villains through good graphics and interesting hidden objects and mini-puzzles. You have a suitcase to give you background, a map and a hint key that will transport you to your next objective.
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Between 4 and five stars. My rating is based on the following: Excellent graphics, not disturbing music and fitting background noises. A lot of fine details along the game with fitting noises just for fun. The animation is okay, but could have been a little bit better. Voices are really great and speeches were excellent. Difficulty can be customized, but e.g. helpful messages could not be excluded. Challenge was interesting enough, the objects are spread all about 4-5 locations. The mini games aren’t not that new, but they did have some new nice adjustments, e.g. ball-labyrinth with air pushes. The idea with the “energy-ball Harry” was great and the “Harry animated animals” were nice and funny. Additional, the investigation case has to be considered, that makes it more challenging. You can switch between HO and 3 matches. Some dislikes for not giving fully 5 stars: It took not even four hours to play through, it could have lasted longer. For finding a needed item, you often have to go back and for about 4-5 location. I don’t want to use the map, if I’m not stuck, so going back and for and back and for, is a little bit bugging. I’m wondering, why all bad sorcerers, ghosts… in most of all creeps games, have to do that annoying “ha,ha,ha”. I can easily go w/o this. The character of the sorcerer Ignotus is too naive designed. Like a child would have drawn him. From my point of view, a character like him, should have been more interesting.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better Game than earlier reviewed While I understand some reviewers' frustrations over the same old stories (I gave up on a game preview that started with a car going over the cliff-again) I think this game merits a little better review. The graphics were excellent and I liked the sound track much better than most. Yes, the story line seemed sort of familiar. But I thought the characters were different and I liked the "secret society" theme. Searching for items that made little sense at times that made no sense???? Par for the course. Some rather highly rated games do the same. I have stopped playing some of the series because of this. I only played the demo but enjoyed it. The game is fairly easy and so far not overwhelmed with ho scenes. It took just playing some of the games to understand the directions-another par for the course for me. I would probably get this with one of my free game coupons or during a sale. Or maybe just buy it outright. Give it a try for yourself.
Date published: 2015-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What's with the bad reviews? I thoroughly enjoyed the demo on this one. The story is new - ish, and the graphics are excellent. You have some different tools this time; the suitcase does tell you about the items you find and gives you a piece of the story. You have an energy sphere thingy, which allows animals to assist you (at least that's what it has done so far in the demo), and you have a gun that can kill the gargoyles. The puzzles are not frustrating, I only had to skip one, so they are not totally simple, either. I liked all the voices, and the ambient sounds. The HOs in the demo seemed to be all of the list type, which are my favourites, anyway. There are some matching challenges and I love the star charting scenario....really fun. I think there is something for everyone in this game. Nice change.
Date published: 2015-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So-so Start to the Series The Curio Society is sort of like a James Bond meets Indiana Jones type of thing, so there's plenty here to make it interesting for the player. You are recruited by an organization due to your selfless and heroic achievements, and after passing their test you are tossed into your first case. Never dig up old sarcophagi, doesn't everyone know that? The gameplay is pretty basic, as you'll play each geographic section solving a good amount of hidden object scenes until you move to the next. It's a natural progression, but it never gets more interesting. You do meet a few more agents on the way, and that was the best part of this game for me. You also get a briefcase that allows you to scan certain items to gain more information, which leads to basic extra puzzles and felt a bit unfinished. The game looks pretty good, particularly during the animation scenes, but voice and sound were marginal for me. Overall this was a pretty good game, although as others have said I did find it a tad short. Challenge level does progress throughout the game, and the final confrontation is a bit underwhelming as seems to happen frequently in these standard versions. Nothing majorly new here but what is here works fine.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from CE or SE? Really good art, but otherwise, nothing special, so you decide. As I always do, I mostly write to recommend whether to buy the CE or the SE after the SE is out because that is what I want to know if they are both out and I have bought neither. This review is based upon playing the demo of the CE. Here's my review of various aspects of the game, kept short because so many others have written long reviews explaining why this game is nothing special, so I will not bore you with repetition: The art = bright and colorful, sometimes beautiful. The music = so annoying I had to turn it off. The HOPs = word lists and outlines, not particularly interesting The Mini-games = can’t really remember The Story = unclear Extras = No ability to play mini-games and HOS over, though there is a bonus game and achievements. So not memorable. I think the SE might be a better buy that the CE because ==cannot play HOS and Minigames over and ==when I first played the CE, I had a two day break during the demo because Iife intervened. When I went back to it, I could not remember the first 20 minutes I played, except I thought "oh, this is that pretty one." If I couldn’t remember the game after 2 days, them perhaps the CE is not a good investment. But the art is bright and makes me want to look at it more. Of course, that is one of my favorite things, wandering around and looking at the pretty worlds that developers create. So try it. Maybe you will like it better than I did. And I definitely think it is worth the purchase of this SE at least.
Date published: 2015-12-29
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