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Eipix Entertainment presents the next installment of the Myths of the World series!

The town of Beline is under attack! The only thing standing in the way of the town’s destruction is a yearly ritual, but a mysterious sorcerer is getting in their way! Can you uncover the sorcerer’s origins and save the town in time? Find out in this compelling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Follow Alina as she searches for Adrian in the bonus chapter!
  • Collect the hidden signs in every scene to fill the ancient oak tree.
  • Earn achievements recognizing your skills.
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games.
  • Remember your journey with wallpapers, soundtrack, and more!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 940 MB

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Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone Collector's Edition 3 5 25 25
The Solomonar storm won me over As it said in the special thanks: great to have a game with a Romanian myth which is NOT about Count Dracula. I?ve just finished the full game and enjoyed it tremendously. Right after the first thirty minutes, I felt like packing my bag and travelling to this part of the world. And please, please, let me experience a Solomonar storm, looked more fantastic than any fireworks I?ve seen so far. The graphics were just stunning, crisp and clear. Story, voiceovers and gameplay were great. I?m not really a fan of gadgets in games, but at least we didn?t have to play the same puzzle over and over again. After all, it?s a game, I can?t expect every single detail to be according to my taste. The music was very beautiful, I?ve downloaded it, it will be motivating when I do housework ;). I also appreciate every single track having a different title, not just a number. It always amazes me how much attention this dev pays to details. I like ?experimenting? before solving a mini-game, for instance on the piano to find out what notes it plays, watched the stairs coming up in the temple open-mouthed. Big compliment for the HO scenes. So clear, not cluttered at all, still quite challenging. I love it when objects are shown from a very unusual angle. The puzzles could have been a tad more difficult for my taste, but they were all very nicely presented. The Bonus Chapter rounded off the story brilliantly. It was rather on the short side, but I loved the arch from the opening video to the end of the game. As there is no possibility to give half stars, I round up to five, the overall gaming experience and the attitude of the dev of always helping people who need help, as the master, have my support. Thanks to everyone who contributed towards this marvellous game! December 26, 2016
Great game I love this series. It's different and challenging. The graphics are outstanding! December 22, 2016
My being bound by the stone is somewhat debatable In the voice over intro to all Myths of the World it is said: "Myths of the World endure the passage of time" This may be true but as far as this game series is concerned endurance has become burdensome. The first 3 or 4 editions are quite good while the last couple certainly did not endure. This version called Bound by Stone does not IMO live up to the standards proffered by the early games while it does surpass its immediate predecessors. In this game the player is somewhat of a novice Master Defender summoned to a village to overcome the Solomonari, beings with supernatural powers who are unleashing predatory beasts bent on devastating the village. I have only played the demo and within this phase the defender acquires a magical amulet when charged is used to eliminate beasts and other power sources proven to be detrimental to the village. There is a "woman " sort of having a tree like appearance who initially seems to assist the defender yet it is obvious that she is the evil leader of the Solomonari. During the demo there are not a whole lot of HO segments while there are a few clever puzzles. The HOPA is replete with interactivity wherein the defender obtains items strewn throughout the environment which must be utilized in other places to further the adventure. To its detriment, the HO sections are way to easy during the demo while some of the puzzles do offer challenges to the player. For the lovers of collections, wolf figures are available and there are also morphs. Overall Bound by the Stone does not floor me. To me it is good but not great and given that I have loads of great games in my arsenal which I'd rather replay than spend more I shall not buy this CE. Perhaps the SE version might tempt me, I'm just not sure. I am grateful that the folks at Eipix have stepped up and improved what had become a sagging series. I only purchase games I consider to be 5 star efforts so this one just falls short though I do recommend it for trying. December 17, 2016
O.O Based on the demo: Those are my eyes after playing the recurring mini-game associated w/ the use of an artifact gadget in this game, which is why my actual rating for it is 3.5 stars. The mini-game itself is one I think I'd enjoy; unfortunately, for me, the way it was presented - w/ a rotating background & figures that wobbled - was very hard on my eyes. I got through the first iteration okay, but on the second one, it was actually making me headachy, so I had to skip...something I'm not keen on. In that respect, imo, the devs blew it big time. As regards everything else: The graphics so far have been fine; the palette is on the more subdued side, but w/ enough color, texture, & so forth to still be quite lovely. The HO scenes have been nicely interactive, & as usual w/ this dev, include morphing items. The mini-games (aside from the one) have been entertaining w/o being overly challenging. Inventory items have been used, for the most part, quickly, & there's been about as much back-&-forthing as one (unfortunately) sees in any game these days; gameplay itself has been fairly brisk, in that actions are completed quickly, which is always my preference. The storyline is fairly standard fare, but I personally like the context of it; I also like the collectible wolf fangs, although so far, they haven't been at all difficult to spot. Overall, as HO games go, this one, like the storyline, is pretty standard fare; a solid enough game, but nothing to make it particularly outstanding. Still, I enjoyed the demo enough that I know I will likely buy this game when I can afford to (read: after Christmas), & hope that I still get enough bang for my buck even if I have to keep skipping that darn mini-game. If you're considering this as a purchase also, I recommend doing the demo first, & seeing what you think. O.O December 18, 2016
Tough puzzles, fun to play. Loved the graphics throughout and the story line was not bad. There is a recurring game with squares that is a bit cumbersome or I would have rated the fun factor as excellent also. Overall a good game that flows much better than most. December 17, 2016
Predictable plot but still fun The graphics and sound quality are excellent. The plot line is very predictable, the bad guy is not who you expect and you take over for the master who is injured. The puzzles are standard, nothing that hasn't been seen before. Still it was fun. December 17, 2016
I Normally Don't Care for the MOTW Series I normally don't care for this series, as I find them to be boring. I will admit that this game is different from the other MOTW games - but I consider that a plus. In many games, EIPIX appears to be leaning a bit more to the "darker" side but I think they are actually turning out better games as a result of that. Everyone has different tastes, so I always recommend that you "try before you buy." December 21, 2016
hope i don't get bound by a banana not a bad game liked playing it not a bad series butt like I say you can only due so much with it. December 24, 2016
I WISH I HADN'T BOUGHT THIS GAME :( Ouch! I bought this game because of today's sale, normally Myths of the World games are really good. I gotta tell ya, I was more than a little bored playing the demo (I bought the game after I had started the demo download) I found myself texting, doodling on my notepad and staring out of the window at the bright white snow, and because the game was so not interesting, now I'm snowblind, great! The graphics are so blase and lack detail, the tasks are meaningless, there's little to do in each scene except pick up inventory items, my inventory bar is filling up with endless parts, and the storyline is about blah, blah, blah, blah, blah! Seriously, this is a game about Wizards! You play the role of a Defender apprentice who must demonstrate to the Master that you have the skills and knowledge necessary. There's no better time than now to prove your worth because guess what? Bet you already guessed that your limo just got ambushed by a pack of ferocious wolves, and the Master has been hurt. Okay, so it's not a limo, it's just a single horse and cart and there were really just two mangy wolves who probably just have rabies in reality, but I'm trying really hard to make this story more interesting. Out of nowhere, a Forest Sprite, well, she's probably not a sprite because she's pretty big, more like a 7-up, she tells you to do what you gotta do and she will do what she's gotta do, help the Master, hmf. So after you repair the heavy bridge with a very small gear that had to be beaten back into shape, you look around for anything that will be useful on your journey. Aha! that solid cast iron cauldron is perfect, you'll just lug that puppy into town (keep in mind that you no longer have transportation) (wait a minute, what happened to the horse, did 7-up take him too?) It's a good thing though because the village well doesn't have a bucket, what are the odds of that! A wizard, good or bad, needs something magical to help him wiz , I was thinking more along the line of a staff or an owl, but it's a Medallion that fends off evil, and rabid wolves too. You will have to take a few minutes to solve a puzzle before using it's powers so it's never going to work in a time constraint situation, and it'll need to be charged after each use, and I'm pretty confident that this village doesn't have AA batteries. Don't forget to search each scene for giant wolf fangs, complete with a wolf head, eventually you'll need to find a really big toothbrush, I hear that the girl with the red cloak can help you out. The Hidden Object Scenes are scenes where objects are hidden. The Mini Games, I'm not going to lie, I skipped most of them because as I mentioned before, I was bored by this game. But, just in case you want to know more, the following are brief descriptions of some of the scenes you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Medallion game-press an empty square between 2 symbols to combine them until only one remains, 2) Use directional arrows and rotation buttons to clear a path for the red pin, in 2 progressively harder puzzles. 3) Find symbols that match the symbols shown, on several sketches. 4)Create a continuous path that use all the lines only once, collecting new flowers along the way. 5) Match the trophies with the correct antlers and knives based on color and symbols using L&R arrows to switch between trophies and U&D arrows to see more trophy parts. This Collector's Edition has 13 Achievements, replayable Skipping Stones games, 11 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 18 replayable Mini Games, Morphing Objects within the HOP's, a Souvenir Room, 38 Hidden Wolf Fangs, 10 Music Soundtracks, 6 Videos, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. December 17, 2016
Myth Of A Game Simple game, with lots to do, collect wolf figures, Simple HO's, Simple Puzzles, Good Characters, Nice story, and a good jump map. Could have been a great game, but I got irritated by tediousness of the game. The only reason I give it 3 stars is the story line was a good start and characters were good with good voice overs. Playing the game the game flow was descent yet a boring game. I will not be buying this one. December 19, 2016
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