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The wolf spirit still haunts... will you heed its call?

You're an expert in Native American symbolism who's been called to investigate some glowing glyphs. Your amulet, which has been in your family for generations, begins to glow as soon as you arrive, as if it's part of this place...

As you begin to investigate, you encounter strange ghosts from the past. Find out what caused their rift all those generations ago and how you're connected to this place and its spirit.

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Myths of the World: Spirit Wolf is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game I got this on a $2.99 daily special and it is worth every penny. One of the best games offered on the daily special. Played it for 7 hours straight and never got bored.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Fun Really enjoyed this game. the graphics were good and theHOS scenes and puzzles were just right for me. Even the ending seemed more finished off than usual. The storyline was broadly similar to many others but the setting made a nice change.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE THE ALLURE Compelling music and opening scene with terrific narration. Good voice overs. Game grabs your attention at the beginning and it doesn't wane. BASICS: Map with objectives (unless turned off). You have 4 difficulty modes, one of which is customizable so you can choose what help you want, set HOS penalty, recharge and skip time. The customization seems to be the norm lately, and I'm glad. It should cut down on people not liking a game because of difficulty settings. GAMEPLAY: Sound effects and visual effects (though few) are spectacular. HOS are list or silhouette based and interactive; mildly crowded but very detailed. One minor irritation is that the feathers from the hint system are easy to accidently click when trying to click on an object in that area. You can play bubble shoot if you don't want to play the HOS. Well-developed storyline (won't repeat what others have already said, but I like it). Puzzles are varied in type and difficulty. Fun to do. Not particularly linear gameplay, but you do have to do certain actions to progress (such as to open up a HOS). Good production values. Wonderfully entertaining.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Hidden Object Adventure BASED ON THE SE The sound is great, Native American music. The narration is great, the voice overs of Jesse and Misu are ridiculous, but that did not deter me from buying the game. The graphics are great, opening with a beautiful scene of an eagle in flight. The animated wolves are breath taking. The storyline is interesting. You've gone to the Native American Culture Center to investigate strange goings on. You are met by Jesse (who looks and sounds more like Jesse James than a Native American) at the Center and he explains the situation to you. There are lots of bells and whistles and special effects in this SE. The hidden object scenes are beautifully drawn with lots of Native American artifacts and items in them. They are actual scenes, not junkpiles. They are interactive list and silhouette type. You can switch to a bubble shooter if you choose. Mini puzzles are lots of fun and there are collectible puzzle pieces in the game. You get a diary, binoculars to view things far away, an interactive map, and an amulet to assist you. It doesn't get much better than this.
Date published: 2014-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trial based Review I liked this game in the CE version. I like this one as well. I don't really care if I have the bonus games & the wall papers are usually superfluous as I don't use them. This version has a built in strategy guide, interactive map, hints recharge quickly. For my money & the way & reason for the games I play, this is the one for me. I recommend this game.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "A Great Myth Has Enduring Power" This Native American Myth is about the Great Wolf spirit. When odd things start happening at The Center For Native Americans, your good friend Jesse calls you in for help. No sooner than you arrive, your family amulet begins glowing just like the mysterious icons throughout the center! You will find pieces that belong to your amulet, and as you repair the amulet you will be able to lift curses from certain items. You will also bring your binoculars which will need to be focused each time it is used. You are the chosen one, the "seer" sent by the ancients to find Misu, once a prisoner, now full of revenge! The hidden object games are a mixture of interactive list finds as well as finding items that match the silhouetted shapes. You can choose a bubble shoot game instead. The mini games are fairly simple and most of them are tile swap puzzles for example. I for one really enjoyed the Native American themed game, I think you will too, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Magically Delicious! This is an excellent game from Eipix. It's been out for awhile in CE form and now is released as an SE. I think Eipix recent history is ho-hum but Spirit Wolf is quite another story. An old friend has called you to help him sort out strange happenings from last night at the North American Heritage site. As you travel there an amulet that has been in your family for generations begins to glow...just as strange symbols appeared at the Heritage Center and began glowing as well. You use your expertise in the study of symbols to solve the mysterious events of the distant past that revolve around love and betrayal...and the epic myth of the wolf. FUN FACTOR: Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code meet Native American Mythology. This game is stunningly beautiful to the senses and will thrill you as you play. That Amulet that's been in your family proves to be an invaluable tool...And you'll find out how if you decide to play. No mystery here: for me this game rates a BIG YES. I thought the FUN FACTOR was off the charts because of… …THE VISUAL/SOUND QUALITY: Visuals: Grand Canyon at night is a "cavalcade of color" with rich hues. The developers created something very special and the painters knew what they were doing. Sounds: From the first second of the intro music you're immersed in sound. Both background and special effects are very well executed. LEVEL OF CHALLENGE: HOGs: There around 25 HOGs in two formats: regular HOGs and Mini-HOGs. The first is the usual "list pick. The second is silhouette matching (and no more than six items). Both styles provide very challenging HOGs. In fact, the most difficult I'd encountered in game playing at the time. The scenes are richly packed with items. They are NOT junk piles. Items are very clear and distinct but they blend with the background so perfectly they are very difficult to see. Mini-Games: YES. Some brand new games (HOW, I WISH EIPIX would come up with some brand-new puzzles for their most recent offerings.) There are approximately 20 mini-games ranging in difficulty from "do it with your eyes closed" to "I think I need the Strategy Guide." Don't give in. You'll solve the puzzles. Look out for the one with the beads later in the game. The directions aren't perfect, but the gaming and fun is. General Gaming: Spirit Wold provides a great combination of HOG/MINI-GAMES/STORYLINE. If I tell you more than I did above I'll be taking away some of your fun. The storyline drives the game and it's very engaging. I think you can tell that my overall recommendation is a YES for this game. The decision, then, is whether the SE is sufficient or if you should go the direction of the CE. Here’s what the CE provides that you won't get with the SE: 1. Achievements (including one that's actually good: finishing HOGs without any over-clicking penalty). Now that's an achievement! 2. Re-playable AND BONUS HOGs. 3. Concept art, re-playable music, movies. 4. The Making of the game video which is VERY interesting and something that Eipix typically provides. It's always fascinating to me. 5. A Souvenir shop (a piece of Eipix Candy that’s really a penny candy “find it.” 6. A Bonus Chapter that’s all about the amulet. The bonus chapter adds around 10 HOGs and 3-4 mini games. 7. Integrated Strategy Guide (that includes a game play clock!!). In my early playing days (not that long ago) I used to gravitate toward CEs. Now I find myself being fully satisfied with SEs more often than not. In this case, I think there’s ample reason to move to the CE: (SORRY IF IT SEEMS LIKE I CAN'T MAKE UP MY MIND!) Typically, "Achievements" as a CE extra are nothing more than what you accomplish in the normal course of game play. Here there is the one I mentioned that I think is worthwhile. It takes a lot of discipline to complete all the HOGs without over-clicking even just once. This is a point in favor of buying CE. Yes, you will know if you did it or not, but the visual confirmation and having the goal right there in front of you is worthwhile. I also think the bonus HOG is worthwhile, especially because the quality is so high. Finally, I think the bonus chapter is is a good value, providing a couple handfuls more of HOGs and mini-games and about 20% additional gameplay overall. Totaling all this up, I lean toward the CE. If you don't agree that the value proposition is found in the CE, you will NOT be disappointed with your purchase of an SE. As always, I suggest taking advantage of the free hour of game play. I think you'll want to finish what you started!
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Is that a bone sticking out of that salamander's head or what? I'm not well-versed on the accuracy of the Native American culture or tribes or even on the authenticity of the artifacts, but there are some quirks in the game that EIPIX has not yet perfected. EIPIX goes all out on their productions--for their introductions, special effects, artistry and music. This game was different and I was drawn to it. I just completed the SE version which actually played like a CE. The game was nice and long. The game-flow was good. They are to be commended for all the work they put into this game. As for strategy of game-play they are average at best. The voiceovers were good but definitely did not fit the characters at all. The music was good. The storyline was 'meh'! Half and half! We live in a world now where we must be politically correct and every thing one does or says is scrutinized. I don't want to blast these developers for this because it is, after all, a game. Some developers can go over the top and miss the point, and I don't feel EIPIX has. They're great developers with a great sense of humor. As innovative and sophisticated as these developers are when it comes to the mechanism of their games--mouse click to object--they are average. I had to click a couple of times to get something done. They need to work on that aspect. Some of the objects were hard to determine what they were, too. Lots of shapeshifting; Shamanism, whatever you want to call it. I'm not into these sort of things, but you certainly get your money's worth on this game and for a SE, you can't wrong. This game was different as I mentioned and you have a good map, loads of things to do--complete the amulet, which is more useful than I could have imagined. EIPIX you did good there. Good hint button if needed. Mini-games were fun to do. Not too challenging but tedious. Fun interactive hidden object scenes. You have a plethora of things to accomplish in this game. I'm rating this a total of 4.25 stars. And I do recommend this game. You will get your money's worth if you stick it out.
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Game Series I have just finished playing Myths of the World: Spirit Wolf. I loved Chinese Healer and expected something of the kind. It was a challenge for me at first and I abused hints many a time. But then it became easier and I did enjoy playing the game. I take off my hat to the Eipix team for their imagination and creativity (equal only to J.K.Rowlins) to say nothing of the atmosphere and graphics.I look forward to more games of the Myths of the World series. PS The only drawback is it is unputdownable.
Date published: 2016-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wish there was more history I'm not one that's generally interested in Native American history, but after playing the trial I figured I would give it a shot. Similar in length to the other Myths of the World with the same great visuals and audio. As neat as it was having you learn this ancient story, I wish there was more history to it than just the little storyline. If they had been able to incorporate more of the culture and traditions into it, it would have been better.
Date published: 2015-08-25
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