Myths of the World: Stolen Spring
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The rich folklore continues with this exciting tale set in an old Slavic land. As Child of Spring, can you save the world from eternal winter?

A cruel and cold Goddess of Winter has hijacked springtime, and her victim has called on you for help. You'll be surprised by what you, a lowly peasant, can do in the face of evil – and what cute little furry friends you’ll meet along the way in Myths of the World: Stolen Spring.

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  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1075 MB

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Myths of the World: Stolen Spring is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautifully done game I played the se version with a smile on my face the whole way through . I thought the scenery was very well done and it kept my interest from start to finish. The only thing I would change is the storyline, the witch taking over the land has been done many times before. Great game, hope they make lots more.
Date published: 2014-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ice queen!!! played custom. low sound. you can adjust the different things like how long recharges take if you play custom. you adjust how you want to play. 4 different levels to choose. you are battling morana who has turned the area into winter. everything is frozen or cold. she has taken "spring" hostage and you a "spring" person and you are needed to fight her. interesting game. great graphics. good hint system. a diary and a map, i think. you have little animal characters during the game. you have an ermine that stays with you. sequel...very possible in my opinion
Date published: 2013-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Eternal Winter Vesna The Goddess of Spring has summoned the Child of Spring to stop the evil Morana's quest to keep the world in an eternal state of winter. It is up to you and the beautiful white ermine (which you get to name) to save the world one ice cube at a time! Certain items you find will require help from the ermine such as sharpening sticks and untangling ropes. The graphics are beautiful and the cut-scenes are of movie quality and you are certain to notice that same quality in the interactive HOS, very well done. You can switch to a match 3 game in place of the HOS. I liked this game even better than the last Myths, I really think the developers upped their game on this one, can't wait for the next, enjoy!
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it Game is great. Highly recommend it. Lots of fun and challenging.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely Second Myth! BASED ON COMPLETED GAME FIRST IMPRESSIONS It must be said upfront I guess that this is a story that’s been done to death in the last couple of years. It is yet another Ice Queen banishing Spring and attempting to hold the world forever in Winter. Having got that objection out of the way, there is very little fault to find here, in this the second game in the series “Myths Of The World”. I loved it. WHAT’S HAPPENING Vesna, the Goddess of Spring has come to you, a lowly peasant girl, for help in defeating the Goddess of Winter, who apparently has a bee in her bonnet and has banished Spring forever. Following Vesna through your mirror you do indeed arrive in a world that is totally frozen in ice and snow. Vesna gives you a Spring Brush which helps you defrost smaller patches of ice, and counsels you to seek help from the animals you meet. The first of these is an ermine who is thrown into a well of ice by the Winter woman. You save him and he becomes your pet. He has interesting less-than-obvious talents that help you out along the way. SIGHTS & SOUNDS Just lovely. Beautifully drawn locations which are often depicted in both winter and spring states, making a marvellous transition. The HOPs are the least cluttered I’ve seen in a long time, and the objects are clear and usually quite large. Sometimes the loading of one location to another is slow enough to create a black screen, but it is not there for long. The sounds are relaxing most of the time, with some exciting stuff when the action justifies it. I loved the (lip synch’d) voiceovers. MAKING PROGRESS This is a Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure, with roughly the same number of HOPs and other puzzles. The HOPs come in 3 types; interactive lists, silhouettes, and multiples. The list HOPs are visited twice and can be swapped for a Match 3 game instead. The puzzles are fun and not overly difficult, with a number of them being original and creative. The progress is usually clear enough, with a directional hint system, plus a 3D interactive jump map and a diary which lists objectives. FINAL VERDICT Despite the lack of originality of the story, in essence, it is actually treated in a sufficiently different way that it is not repetitive or boring. I loved this game, and found myself so caught up in it, I was sad to see it finished.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RESTORE THE 4 SEASONS Can't imagine anyone not liking this game. It has 4 modes of difficulty, including customized play; and a map with objectives and notation of places where there are outstanding activities to do. STORYLINE: How awful - no spring (which probably means no summer)! Only hard-core winter sports enthusiasts would like a constant winter. It's up to you to restore spring. This is a LONG game since you get an achievement for completing it in less than 5 hours in the CE version. Since I play very casually, I'm expecting about 7 hours. The HOS are not crowded and the objects are nicely spread out, but the palette of the objects seems to favor shades of only a few colors, so you still have to hunt for the objects. If you prefer not to play HOS, you have a match 3, which doesn't seem to take as long as finding the list of objects. PUZZLES are terrific - not too difficult but still creative and entertaining. Love the ermine - he helps you with objects. His first task was to fix a messed up rope so you could actually use it. I preferred to watch him do it in lieu of immediately searching for other activities to do. VOICE OVERS and MUSIC were very good. There is no lip sync in English. But that doesn't bother me since the game is translated into different languages, so there would always be lip sync problems in some languages. GRAPHICS are superb; beautiful and very detailed locations. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CE AND SE: A lot of thought went into this game and for me, the CE wins hands down over the SE, as it has everything I would like in a game and is worth the extra cost to me with its achievements, extra game play, movies, replay of HOS and puzzles, bonus HOS and buying stuff for your pet. But if on a budget, the SE should certainly not let anyone down.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Born to save Springtime, help save the Goddess of Spring and defeat the Goddess of Winter In a far away land where magic exists, a special baby, you, was born and placed among some lilies where a loving couple found you taking you home and raising you as their own. Becoming of age, you are standing there looking out at the longest winter in memory when you hear a voice. You turn and see a strange woman in your mirror. The woman speaks telling you that she is Vesna, Goddess of Spring and that she is being held prisoner by Morana, Goddess of Winter. She tell you that you are the Child of Spring and the only one who can save her. If you don't get her released, Winter could last forever. You need to seek the help of Baba Yaga, a wise woman. Morana appears and tries to block your way. Once you reach Baba Yaga's cottage, you learn that Morana is afraid of you as you are the only one she can't turn to ice because you are the Protector of Springtime. You must find the magical Firebird Fife to defeat Morana and free Vesna and end this endless Winter. Loosely based on old Slavic mythology about an everlasting conflict between the Goddess of Spring and the Goddess of Winter, graphics are nicely drawn winter scenes and icy landscapes with pleasant music and background sounds and fairly good voice acting. You will meet many characters that will provide assistance but for the usual price of your help with something. You find a furry animal helper, an ermine, that can be named. Various inventory items have a special indicator that tells you to give the item to the ermine who chews on it making it into a useful needed item such as giving him a piece of wood that he shapes into a screwdriver. He is certainly different than the usual helpers you usually see. Vesna gives you a special Spring Bush used to unfreeze areas in various locations to uncover items needed. It is used much like a paint brush by swiping it over the area. There is a journal and jump map but most items collected are used almost immediately so there is very little backtracking. Hidden Object scenes were of two types, interactive lists and Silhouettes but you can play a match 3 game instead. I did find one thing that could cause a problem in the placement of the hint button. It is a bunch of flowers that stick up on the right bottom corner of the screen and can be clicked by mistake if not careful. The game is linear and fairly easy but will provide a few hours of diversion.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What happened to spring? The woman who controls spring has been kidnapped and now the woman who controls winter is making chaos and creating the entire land a winter wonderland, will spring ever come again? Nothing new with the storyline, you are the chosen one destined to end the reign of the evil queen and rescue her enemy who she has trapped in her castle. Fairly easy to figure out where to go and what to do. Longer than expected but was still fairly short, with each chapter having maximum a dozen scenes to explore and interact with characters. My biggest pet peeve was the spring brush, it was difficult determining where to use it and the animation of sunflowers and a rainbow that popped up after using it started to annoy me along with the bad audio clips that went along with it. Had those two things been better or even non-existent, then I would have enjoyed the game a lot more.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bring Back Spring I really enjoyed playing this game as it plays like an CE rather than an SE. You have a book, map, an ermine (you name) as a helper; and a spring brush to clear away the ice. The hidden objects are inter-active or you can switch to match 3 in some of them. The mini-games are fairly easy.
Date published: 2014-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good evening of Fun Puzzles, Hidden Objects & Adventure I really enjoyed this game! I play with my husband sometimes on our date nights. He liked this game so well, he just kicked me off and took over. He thought the "girls" were particularly pretty and the great story line, we just had to find out what was going to happen next. Stolen Spring on "Normal" difficulty, I considered to be an intermediate challenge. It took about 5 hours to finish for an almost expert player. I tried the C.E. and found this SE was just fine, given that it wasn't extremely difficult. Made for a relaxing evening without any frustration, well, maybe in 2 places I did get a bit 'stuck' for a while, but really, no problem.
Date published: 2014-02-18
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