Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone
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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!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 730 MB

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Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Wonder of Wandering in Nature (2017 game) Review based on completed game. Deeply relaxing game! Concentrates more on the ambiance of nature, woods, clouds birdsong and the mesmerizing sound-effects of water. You get to wander about by yourself in a medieval-type village, church, local manor and of course, forest. Water is everywhere! :) ... In streams, small rivers, and puddles. The lovely sound will accompany you on much of your journey. The buildings are constructed of stone, and you even get a scenic, stonewall enclosed field . Characters don't feature much but appear occasionally, just to keep the plot evolving. There are many stages to this game, it kept my attention throughout. On top of that, it's a decent length game. (Note: not for you, if you're in the mood to be "Action Hero," because it's not that type of game.) GRAPHICS: Fullscreen or Widescreen. Modern quality graphics. Natural looking colors. HOPS - Around 8. Mainly wordlists, with some interaction, also -find the silhouette, and -place the object correctly. Puzzles: Mixed level. Interesting and enjoyable. Regular mini-games require you to combine signs to eliminate them -gradually get more difficult. All skippable. SOUNDS - with 4 adjustments. Music is totally separate. Mouse effects and environment sounds are tied together, but the balance is pretty good. Although it would be even better for me, to be able to have these separated, because I'd have the environmental sounds the loudest. MAP: TRAVEL JOURNAL: NONE DIFFICULTY SETTINGS - 4 interchangeable HINT: Guides and leads you INVENTORY - Lockable CHARACTERS: Minimal interaction
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ~~~~Myths of the World is a Wonderful Series but this edition is not~~~~ For a game about wizards and magic, Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone is probably the least “magical” game ever. In fact, this game was such a snooze-fest to me that I really did not care to even try to properly follow the plot. The storyline develops at a snail pace, the characters lack motivation and depth, and the whole theme of the game just turns out to be very dull. The fact that the production in this game is one of Eipix’s worst also does more harm than good to the already-uninteresting game. The graphics are sparse and lack the amount of details Eipix usually excels at. Besides, the washed-out colors and the brown hues make the game even more lifeless, which is the last thing needed at this point. Shifting the focus to the audio side, things seem to fair a little better. The game keeps its background music to a minimal, which is certainly not a bad thing – but considering how boring the game is, a louder music might be more appropriate. As for the voice-overs, they are professionally done, nothing outstanding. Sadly, Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone is no place for creativity either. As an avid HOPA fan, I found the adventure part of the game to be very tedious, pointless, and again, boring. There is nothing in the game that we have not seen before and the Medallion that can be used to fight off dark magic doesn’t really make the game remotely more interesting. Thankfully, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are at least well-executed. Both of them are certainly not revolutionary, but entertaining nonetheless. Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone took me four hours to complete, although it felt much longer with the hour it took completing the bonus game. I would use a game coupon on this SE. The Collector’s Edition includes all the standards; a strategy guide, a bonus chapter, wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, videos, re-playable Skipping Stones games, re-playable hidden object scenes, re-playable puzzles, achievements, a souvenir room, collectibles, and morphing objects. I hope this series continues and improvements made to the next edition. If you are new to Myths of the World Series check out these editions...... •Myths of the World: Chinese Healer •Myths of the World: Stolen Spring •Myths of the World: Spirit Wolf •Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies •Myths of the World: Black Rose •Myths of the World: The Heart of Desolation •Myths of the World: The Whispering Marsh •Myths of the World: Born of Clay and Fire •Myths of the World: Bound by the Stone
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Usual Game Play I found this game to be alright. I don't know what Mr. Chuckles problem was with it but it's not much different from other HOG's. I finished the demo rather quickly but I enjoyed the time I played. However, I do prefer a more challenging game.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dandy cartoon, not game Eipix spends too much of my time forcing me to watch a man's back while he drives through the woods. I'm willing to give a setup a minute or two, but not 5. I want to play a game, not watch animation without meaning. Even tired plots can be made interesting, but this game producer would rather spend time on animations, some of which did grab the imagination. The hidden object scenes were almost interesting. Guessing which object to move next offered the most challenge. The minigames compelled me to skip them. I just wasn't interested enough to spend time on them. This is not a terrible game. It is just pointless.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bound by Stone and Tossed into a Lake This is posted after playing the demo. I simply cannot believe this game comes from Eipix. It is so juvenile and poorly done, I could hardly wait for the demo to be completed. Graphics were well done, if not a bit lame. I have always considered this developer one that sets the standards for graphics, but this was so lacking in movement and action. Colors were fine. They fit it the scene. You have a stone you get from the master, which is fine. However, when you go to use it, you have to play this simply ridiculous game over and over to work its magic. That really got tiresome. Hidden objects were the saving grace for this game. If they hadn't been well done, I wouldn't have played the demo through. Mini games were mixed with some difficult some simple. Love that custom setting for a quick hint and skip recharge. It came in handy for the mini games. So far as tools, I mentioned the stone which removes curses and such, but you also have an interactive map. I did have some trouble getting it to work. Don't know what I was doing wrong, but sometimes I would have to move the cursor around the area to get it to transport. I don't know about the story. I am, like so many, tired of this genre of game. Supernatural has run its course and it is time to start with something else. The story was juvenile along with about everything else, but it did have a couple good connections. The end of the demo was fantastic and I almost weakened and made the purchase, but the other elements stopped me. Others will do a much better job of telling you the story, but all I will add is, it is the same stuff we've seen over and over and over. Give the demo a try and perhaps you will come away with a much better feeling for this game than I did. I have several games from this series and if this one is a look into the future of Myths of the World, I do believe we can kiss it good-bye.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from All That Which Is Evil Within One Entity You are a Defender apprentice who must demonstrate to the Master that you have the skills and knowledge necessary to fly solo. There's no better time than now to prove your worthiness, because your limo just got ambushed by a pack of ferocious wolves, and the Master has been injured. 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. Suddenly, out of nowhere, a Forest Sprite, well, she's probably not a sprite because she's pretty big, she's 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, epic fail number one. So after you spend hours beating a teeny tiny gear back into shape, to allow the heavy bridge to work properly, 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?) Turns out, this was indeed a wise decision, 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 lines of a staff or an owl, but nope, 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 powerful abilities, so it's never going to work in a time constraining situation. The Medallion will need to be recharged after each use, and I'm pretty confident that this village doesn't have AA batteries, after all, they didn't even have a bucket for their well! In the Collector's Edition version, 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 with that. 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 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. The 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.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Myths of the World: Bound by Boredom Yes, it's another 'save the town from the wicked witch' story. Eipix is really running their story lines into the ground. They have become mundane and boring. The graphics are nice enough if you like them hand drawn. I'm not sure what has happened with Eipix's gorgeous graphics but these are not them. Everything else in the game is what you would expect: easy interactive hidden object scenes, a mix of interesting puzzles and somewhat logical game play. I guess it's just me, as I'm sure others will give their usual high ratings. But, I'm simply tired of the fantasy save-the-world hunt down-the-supernatural being games that have been pumped out in cookie-cutter fashion. Maybe developers will start going back to more realistic and plausible adventure games. I can only keep my fingers crossed.
Date published: 2017-01-15
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