Doors of the Mind: Inner Mysteries
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  • OS: 10.4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 215 MB

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Doors of the Mind: Inner Mysteries is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doors This a very different concept for a story line. Good graphics.
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gripping story that develops slowly What happened to the main character mother? Why does she have nightmares about it? It will take several hidden object scenes with a few "find objects an use them" segments to get at the truth. The hidden object scenes are atmospheric and give hints as to what happened. They are inside of dreams, so the laws of gravity do not apply to them, and they are a jumble as can be expected. At the end of each HOS there is a new revelation, and some are explosive. Just it goes to show. You do not need bells and whistles, just a good story, well told, with the minigames and HOS reflecting the main theme.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Was a new experience in a hidden objects game. I enjoy it from start to end. I never played a game that game so mas satisfaction.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought This Game Five Years Ago Wow, Big Fish is really rummaging deep in their vaults to find it's Daily Deal offering for today. Keeping in mind that I purchased this game in March 2010, I re-installed it today and was pleasantly surprised as I starting playing it again. Doors of the Mind is exactly as everyone stated -- it's hidden object driven with a low profile story. Graphics & game play are typical of 2010. Each location is easy on the eyes with realistic coloring and objects look exactly like they should. And yes, the game is short, but that is also typical of the genre at that time. This game is what it is, and all things considered it was fun to reminisce and play it again.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rather Short but Great! Although I've played this game years ago, I find that it's simple and yet has enough charm to draw in the player. The story is about a woman (the player) who keeps getting haunted by nightmares and in order to find out about what these nightmares are about, went to a psychoanalyst and gets hypnotized to get to the subconscious and thus 'open the doors of the mind'. No dramas like villains who will hinder you from solving what your nightmares are about, just pure unlocking the 'secrets of your 'family'. I think for anyone looking for 'horror' themed HOGs, this isn't recommended but if you're into psychological drama, then this game would be sufficient enough. I remember playing this on my old Macbook so I just hope that the current game could cater to newer Mac specs as well.
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A refreshing change of plot I have never written a review but I enjoyed this game so much that I just had to write this. This is a perfect HOG because, for once, the jumble surrounding the hidden objects actually fits into the story line. The game is interesting and memorable because it is based on an intriguing concept. This was the first HOG I’ve played that actually made sense on every level. It was short, but it was well made, with clean and pleasant graphics, an interesting plot, and unique, and relaxingly intuitive, if simple, puzzles. The cons: it was a bit short and there is no real exploring or adventure to be had. The game is mostly just fun hidden object scenes with an absorbing back story. The novel set up and plot made this the single best HOG I have ever purchased from Big Fish. I hope to see more (longer) games like this. Five stars!
Date published: 2014-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Love it! I was always fascinated about the tale of the headless horseman. Now we can get into the game with this fun HOS puzzle. The graphics are AWESOME! The storyline memorable and the puzzles are challenging. Plan to be intrigued for hours of gameplay.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Aesthetically Pleasing I don't usually review the copious amount of mostly "Hidden Object" games I've played. The only other review I've made was to comment on the shortness of another game. But, this game, by other player's review as "short" (if indeed short), then well, it is a shorter game you might love to linger on. I have a particular sensibility (art education that is) and this game has all the variables I love in a story-telling search and find, solve-the-puzzles game. Nothing pushes you to continue and nothing rewards you. It's quiet and lovely. The graphics are beautiful, the sounds accent a strange place in your head, and not all the images are easy to find. The story line keeps you inside your own psyche. And so far the hats all look like candy bon-bons--LoL. I love it.
Date published: 2011-12-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Doors of the Mind: Inner Mysteries This game was a pleasant surprise. I was expecting a boring outdated game, but instead I found the game to be entertaining with an unusual perspective connecting your dreams to reality. Hazel has been having nightmares since the death of her father so she seeks the help of a dream therapist. The doctor put's Hazel into a hypnotic trance and tells her to return to the mansion where she lived until her mother died. What her inner mind discovers in that mansion is the truth.....the shocking truth! Each room of the mansion has a Hidden Object Scene. Most of them are list finds but there are also silhouetted shapes as well as returning items you have found into the scene where they belong logically. There are several mini games, again I was impressed, all of them are fun! My favorite games were "Spot the Difference" where you have a split screen with mirrored images, and you click on 10 differences you spot from one picture to the other. I have played games before that dealt with an anguished person seeking medical help for recurrent nightmares, but the manner in which they tie the nightmares into the HOS in this game were very interesting. Keep an open mind and try it for yourself, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I thoroughly enjoyed this game because of the intriguing story and straight forward game play This is one of the few games I have played lately that really kept my interest to the end and was enjoyable to play. The story is simple and engaging with puzzles and HOS that compliment the story and actually make sense. The game is short by today's standards but I felt that the story was sufficient to keep me interested so it didn't have that short feeling. The game is geared toward beginners and intermediate with puzzles that are entertaining and the hidden objects are not so obscure as to not be found. The story was complete and the ending made sense and did leave the door open for a sequel. Unfortunately, I have not found one. If one does come along I will be there to buy it.
Date published: 2014-06-25
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