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From Elephant Games, creators of Riddles of Fate: Wild Hunt and the best-selling Mystery Trackers series, comes a new riddle to solve.

You must have left quite an impression on Death the last time you saw him, because he’s come back to seek your help with a very important case. Several dangerous criminals have dared to run from him, and as long as they remain alive… the entire world is in danger! You must hurry to catch them before time itself crumbles. Travel the globe, gather evidence, and unlock the secrets of Death’s most powerful tools in this death-defying Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 892 MB

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Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from working with "death" there are 3 levels of play....no custom. the hints/skips are not too long. there is a map. the hint system is good and will teleport you when necessary which is a good thing because there are scenes that you return to time and time again. you are working with "death" to help change history. he is to make sure that those that are trying to cheat death do not succeed. all life has to end in order for new life to begin to keep balance in the world. "death" sends you on a journey to find these people that are fighting death and to correct it and then after your first mission you have others. i thought the game was over but it is not that short. some of the HO scenes aren't that clear and dark around the edges and that is why i gave this game 4 out of 5 stars on visual/sound quality. sequel............i can see it!!
Date published: 2016-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A total 5 star for me After playing through a few not so good games this past week, I stumbled across this gem. There is nothing I can say negative about it. Fantastic gameplay, excellent voice-overs, graphics, color and animations. Certainly plan to look up another Riddles of Fate game as it appears there must be another. Highly recommend. I did, however use the transporter hint to move around; it was a bit faster than using the map. Custom options allowed you to set hint and skip to refresh quickly. Puzzles were fun and different as was the storyline.
Date published: 2015-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stellar! An Absolute Must in Any Collection! At times, Trilogies can be disappointing; NOT SO IN THIS SERIES! This was one of the finest games I've played in several months. The story line is engaging: I never thought I'd be helping Death set things straight in the world! There are 3 levels of difficulty. The hint/skip charged quickly. There is a jump-map. YOU MUST USE THE MAP. It's essential because you go back to your house many times for items. The mini-games were rather simple, & didn't take too long to complete. If you like the complicated ones that take an hour to figure out, then don't get this. But for me, I loved the fact that I wasn't frustrated every 5 minutes by vague & sometimes impossible to understand puzzles. These were great, as it kept the flow of the game moving. The graphics could have been better. I didn't have trouble finding items, but they were not as crisp & clear as I would have liked. This part is really the only thing I would gripe about. It wouldn't have taken long to sharpen the images, but for whatever reason, they let the graphics slide. Too bad... I found the story line intriguing. I don't believe in writing spoilers. Play this one for yourself, & you'll see what I mean. This is an in-depth story, with several facets in each chapter. As in the other Riddles of Fate, I found this one to be a bit short. It certainly could have used another chapter. I'm sure that the CE runs longer. As far as re-play value: I'd say it's high, but not often. Since all of the RoF games are rather short, it would be easy to remember all the sequences if they are played often. I will certainly hang on to this game, but may not play it more than once a year [in order to keep it from being monotonous]. Kudos to Big Fish for another great one! But please, just ONE more chapter?
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori Loved everything about this game. Kept me interested from start to finish.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If Death Were To Knock At Your Door Would You Let Him In? Every living soul must eventually depart this world to allow a new soul to be born. There are those who will seek immortality, if Death cannot find those souls and restore balance, a riff could occur causing cataclysmic events. Death has come a knocking once again, thankfully he is only seeking your sleuthing services in locating these procrastinators, starting with Leonard Gautier in Paris. Leonard sought immortality to escape Death, he had no regrets with his decision to become a bloodthirsty creature of the night, he had become so powerful that not even Death could harm him! Death has given you some powerful tools, a Medallion that allows the dead to speak to the living (that could be a lot of fun) and a Magical Sphere which quickly transports you anywhere in the world. You will be using this sphere often because some of the items you discover will be outlined in blue which require closer examination in your laboratory. Your lab has some pretty unique equipment, a machine that duplicates keys once you find a diagram and a dummy key. You also have a machine that can develope photos and even expose hidden encryptions. Some of the items have plus sign indicators which require some type of interaction before using that item such as opening packages, repairing or combining that item with another inventory item. The Hidden Object Scenes are well done, but there aren't very many which may disappoint some players. The HO's are interactive list finds but there are also twists, some lists need to be unlocked by finding and attaching different colored bats, and my favorite, finding 12 picture tiles after the listed items and once they were found, a side by side picture puzzle would appear. You have to swap tiles to complete each picture, when you swapped a puzzle piece on the left picture, the same tile would swap on the picture to the right as well. One of my favorite games required you to make 5 matches in a row of symbols shown in the middle. There are several tiles located both on the left and right, that needed to be memorized as you flipped them over one at a time, each set required you to make 5 matches in a row before moving on to the next set. Personally, I chose the Collectors Edition, and I have no regrets either, lol. The Collectors Edition has 12 different Achievements, Morphing Objects (a must have in my book) Wallpapers, Concept Art, Music, a Secret Room, Solitaire Games, Collectible, Figurines, Playing Cards, Diary Pages, a built in Strategy Guide and of course a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Hidden Object Game Absolutely loved it. Thankyou.
Date published: 2014-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Left Me Wanting More! This is the third game of the series that I've played so far and I've enjoyed both Wild Hunt and Memento Mori as they have presented Death as a persona that I found myself really wanting to champion. Overall this one was fun, but very short IMHO. It could easily have contained a couple more locations and situations to send our good Detective to before presenting the finale. The graphics and voice overs are well done, and I appreciated that the mini-games and puzzles weren't crazy hard. I admit to skipping a couple of them simply because I don't like spending a lot of time trying to flip pieces of pictures around with arrows or dials to complete an image. I did appreciate that the Hidden Objects were spot on for the time period, and I didn't have to find even one horseshoe! LOL This is a perfect game to use those freebie coupons on, and have an enjoyable and relaxing couple of hours of playtime.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Decent Game, But Not Without Flaws BASED ON COMPLETED SE Riddles of Fate has not really been Elephant's best series. I despised the first one and thought the second was pretty good. When this third installment came along, I was really intrigued by the premise the execution has done it justice. The story differs from most games as it was not one flowing story, but rather three separate stories with one common link. A few games have done this before and I have enjoyed them before, and this one is no exception. The storyline is basically that there are several souls shattering the balance of life and death, and you have been tasked with bringing order back to the balance by tracking down the souls cheating death. The game takes you to three different countries, each with a criminal whose story differs completely. Obviously considerable work has gone into creating these stories and it has paid off. Each criminal and story conveyed different emotions and their reasons for shattering the balance were different. I quite enjoyed each individual story. I found they were all well paced and exciting in their own way. The first story in particular had me gasping and on the edge of my seat. What I loved about this storyline was I was very eager to find out the why in each situation, which is what kept me going. Despite the fact I enjoyed the story component of the game I do have a couple of major issues: Firstly, because of the way the story is structured, there are no plot twists or major story developments. You know who your criminal is right away and basically your only job is to find evidence. You already know the who, what, when and where; all you learn is the why. This story really lacked a killer punch (no pun intended) to take it into the outstanding range. Secondly, there was no major antagonist. This does not have anything to do with the story's structure as other games that have stories similar to this have antagonists. Because of the lack of antagonist, the game was missing the motivation and drive to complete it, which took the enjoyment factor down slightly. In addition, the main game does end conclusively but the ending is very, very weak, which was a little disappointing. Despite these flaws, I found the storyline to still be decent. I also quite enjoyed the gameplay. The HOS came in different forms such as word list, pairs and silhouette. Some even required you to find objects first to access the list. These were fun to play and plentiful without intruding on the adventure component. I also quite liked the puzzles, which varied in difficulty and appeared a little more frequently than the HOS. I really liked the adventure component. Although it was quite easy and fast moving, there were some unique features in there that made it better. The game frequently had you travel back to your own house to design keys and develop paper or writing, as well as create solutions in a home-lab. All of these would be used to advance in the game as they produced important clues or led to important places. It was a small addition, but it made a huge difference and turned an otherwise standard adventure component into something a lot more enjoyable. Due to the game having three separate stories and locations, things moved quite quickly in the game and thus there was not a lot of backtracking at all, which I really liked. I can't stand games that have you backtrack everywhere all the time and this game didn't have that, which made the adventure component all the better. The graphics were done quite well. Everything was crystal clear and the scenes were realistic. There were quite a lot of browns and blues but that was good as they matched the sombre atmosphere of the game. FEATURES - 3 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore. I played Advanced. There were no sparkles whatsoever and no penalty in HOS. - Hint & Skip- They had a decent recharge time for advanced mode and the hint acted as a teleporter. - Map- the map was interactive and very useful as there was frequent travelling from the scene to your house. In advanced mode the map still shows where tasks need to be completed. - + objects- Appeared occasionally but not too much, which was great. A + sign appeared when they were ready to be used. WHAT DO I MISS OUT ON IF I BUY THE SE? Bonus Chapter Built-in Strategy Guide- Does not show HOS screenshots. Achievements Collectible solitaire cards (52)- Used in a solitaire game in the bonus section. They are located in some zoom scenes, sometimes with more than one per zoom scene. Collectible figurines (3) Concept Art Wallpaper Music Solitaire game Secret Room CE OR SE? The main game ends conclusively and although there is some decent bonus content, it was not enough for me, so I would strongly recommend the SE. ON THE GAME LENGTH The game was quite short. The first story seemed to be longer than the next two combined, with the second story being over especially quickly. I felt like I had just got there and I was leaving again. I would estimate the game took me a little under 3 hours on advanced mode. Overall, this was quite a decent game, but it did have some storyline flaws that prevented its transition from decent to great. Nonetheless the story was intriguing and the gameplay was fun. It's certainly not the best from this developer but I would play it again. I give this game four stars.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from this game has something for everyone It starts out simple enough, death comes to you, and tells you, the balance between life and death, is being put in danger. It seems 3 people have cheated, and you're the only 1 who can restore the balance. You must travel to 3 cities London, Paris and Prague, to find edivence of their guilt, so they, can be dealt with and the balance will be restored. Death gives you a amulent that allows you to talk to spirts. The grapic's are very sharp and engaging, even the HOS are clear and colorful, and the objects are not so small, you need a magnifing glass to find them. The map is truly interactive, it allows you to teleport between locations, which is good, because there is a bit of back and forth. You start at your home, where you are set up to make keys, dechiper all kinds of texts, and brew potions as needed. The music is very good, it sets the scene, its scary, suspenceful etc. The HOS are very good also, you have some straight find the list, find the silloutte, and my favorite find 1 object to use to find 2nd object etc. You also have the option to play a game instead. The mini games ranged from fairly easy to much harder. But I was able to do most of them without having to use the skip button, this is a BIG plus for me. I played the free 1 hour trial, and then purchased, it right away, I didn't want to stop playing. I am not sure of the exact time to finish, but it seemed fairly long for a SE version. So enjoy.
Date published: 2014-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love Elephant Games The 4 stars is because of the map, hard to understand - or maybe it's just me Everything else was great
Date published: 2014-11-17
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