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From DominiGames, creators of the Labyrinths of the World, Dark Romance, and Mystery Tales series, comes an all-new tale of mystery to enjoy!

You and your daughter, Nancy, can't resist the lovely hotel just off the highway, especially after a long day on the open road. But just as the two of you get settled, your peaceful pause is shattered by a witch who abducts Nancy! You must travel to the Twilight World to stop the witch before she takes over your daughter's body. Along the way, you'll meet others who have been doomed by the witch's dark magic. Can you free them all from her spell, or will you become trapped forever in the witch's dark world? Find out in this magical Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Mystery Tales: The Twilight World is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from get the witch!!!!! there is a custom level and an interactive map as well as a great hint system. you are collecting artifacts that were left from the house that was torn down to build a motel. at the open house of the motel the artifacts were given out and the owner kept the diary he had found of the witch. the people that got the artifacts were changed by them and they got mean and wicked. you had to bring them back by reminding them of their life. you collected each and throughout the game they helped you to do things as you needed them done. there is a magic crystal ball that puts you in the "evil" world and the "regular" world. you have to collect gems to get it to transfer you back and forth. in this one a mother and daughter is traveling and they stop off at this hotel to stay the night and the witch shows up and plans to take over the daughter's body so she can live forever. you have to stop her. i feel sure there will be another one.
Date published: 2016-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from REALLY GREAT GAME !! The one or two people that don't recommend this game must be confusing it with another because I as well as countless others love it. In the last few years I have played hundreds of games and this one is by far one of the better ones! I look forward to playing it again. You'll see!
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just a fun game! Apparently I had downloaded this game once before and only played a few minutes of it...not sure why, but I re-started the game and thoroughly enjoyed it. A nice length with very good graphics and animations. Voice overs are good, but for those who get bothered by mouths not moving correctly it will drive you crazy! Storyline has been used before but works OK here and is enjoyable. Lots of puzzles some tedious other very quick to solve which made it fun. I skipped the tedious ones...don't have a lot of patience with puzzles. HOS were very interesting and enjoyable. Game moved along very smoothly. Transporter map is a must and is very good. Different chapters in this game as the protagonist tries to get her daughter back and that made it interesting. I got this on a "deal", but would not feet upset if I had paid full price. Nice length for a SE and ended well. Honestly, I don't know what more the CE would have to offer.
Date published: 2016-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little gem Despite what others have said and I do wonder if they were playing the same game as I was, I loved this game. It is different from the usual witch wants the girls body! The hop's were different and most of the mini games instead of the same old. This game is much better than most I have played recently. I don't play many games at all twice but I would this one.
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good game! This game is great for beginners and intermediate levels. However, for expert levels it is not that challenging. Having said that, I really liked the game. The story line is interesting and the graphics are good. I didn't find anything really outstanding about this game but would recommend it. It has it moments!
Date published: 2015-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Bit Too Easy I liked the game, though other Mystery Tales have captured me more. I loved the scenes. I prefer games like this where you play in scenes that are real life looking. Like the streets, the houses, the hotel ect.. I am not one for castles and weird worlds in the sky and the like. So I appreciated the realism. The only beef I had with this game was how easy it was. There is very little challenge. The mini games were super easy and you could beat them in less than a minute usually. I did like the HOS, those were unique and had a few Id never seen before. Like collecting Alphabet blocks and rearranging the letters to spell out objects you would find in the HOS. I do recommend this game, but be aware it is easy. Its also about a 4 hour game straight through.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from BANISH THE WITCH AND SAVE YOUR DAUGHTER Review of completed Collectors Edition Game and Bonus. There is: * Casual, Advanced, Hardcore and Custom modes of play; * Voiceovers; * Interactive map; * Use the magic box; * Use the magic sphere to travel between parallel worlds. I played on Custom and turned everything off. You can also turn off the Hint and Skip options as well for all those fishes wanting an extra challenge. There is such a lot to do in this game. There are a huge - and I mean phenomenal - amount of mini-games and puzzles to conquer. The graphics are very good - lots of colour and are crisp and clear to see and move around. The sound and music are also good. Music just plays quietly in the background and I didn't really notice it that much. The hidden object games are silhouette, straightforward and interactive. These are easy to do and I enjoyed them. There were such a lot of mini-games and puzzles to do that it made my head spin. Some of these were putting gears in the right place, rearranging statue parts, doing puzzles and that's just the tip of the iceberg. I could go on all day. Most of them were easy to medium but a few made me stop and think which piqued my interest. You also have a magic box and you accumulate certain items as you go which are inserted into the box. These are: ~ an ice bucket; ~ a hammer; ~ a candle; ~ a remote control; and ~ a watch. You will use these items frequently to help you. There is also a magic sphere which you use to travel between parallel worlds. You collect 3 gems and then travel into another parallel world, find items and undertake tasks that you need to do and then find another 3 gems there to come back. So, do you get the Collectors Edition or Single Edition? In the Collectors Edition there is an Achievements Room. You also have to find 40 cats, 16 rabbits and 16 postcards which are very easy to find. They are not really hidden and you just pick them up as you go. When you have found the 40 cats you can play a further mini-game. I personally think you will be happy with either version. All up the game and bonus took me about 9 hours to do - ALL THOSE MINI-GAMES AND PUZZLES!!! So if you are up for a fairly lengthy challenge, then this is the game for you. I enjoyed the game and believe family members or friends over the age of say 10-12 can play this. The witch is not scary and most of the mini-games and puzzles can be done without too much hand holding. And there is the Strategy Guide if you need help if you get the CE. Happy playing.
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Which World Would The Witch Want? The Silver Lake Inn seems like the perfect place to catch some shut eye after a long road trip. This newly remodeled Inn looks peaceful, but looks are always deceiving, throw in some eye of newt witchcraft and what you get is anything but peaceful! You barely have time to kick off your shoes when the wicked witch of the East, attacks your daughter Nancy, rendering her unconscious, what on earth is happening here? The Innkeeper isn't much help either, although he seems genuinely concerned, something about him is "off" so instead of calling for professional help, (guess that would be an awkward call) we're just going to snoop around the Inn's grounds, play a game of toss with the puppy and fix a few thousand broken gadgets until Nancy wakes up! Just prior to the attack on Nancy, she finds a large hat box. This is anything but a normal hat box, this is a Magical Chest which stores magical artifacts. This box can defend it's owner from the negative energy generated by the magical artifacts within. (how'd that work out for Nancy)? Eventually this box will hold several artifacts, but for now there's just one, the Witch's ice bucket which can cool and freeze any liquid instantly. You can access your Dossier within the map, which is basically a journal that keeps track of your notes and clues you find as well as information about devices you come across. Some of the inventory items have plus signs, indicating that further action is required before you can use that item. The Collectors Edition has 40 Collectible Cats, Rabbits, and Postcards as well as a ton of Achievements to earn as well. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent, but nothing to write home about. The HO's are mostly silhouetted shapes that you find in groups, such as astrological symbols, once the group has been found, they automatically get placed where they belong which usually exposes the next group of items you need to find. The Mini Games seem to be on the easy side, such as turning three small triangles until they align with the main triangle (turning one triangle affects others) or clicking on different colored stars in the correct color sequence, following the clue given, Mr. ROY G. BIV. The Collectors Edition has Music Soundtracks, Arts, Achievements, Collectibles, Wallpapers, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. In my personal opinion, the CE doesn't have enough features to persuade me, I think the Standard Edition has enough bang for my buck so to speak, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Same old stuff The game was o.k. but nothing special. The visual quality is quite good and for the most part, hidden objects have the right degree of variation and are relatively easy to find without having to put your nose against the monitor. Only a couple of the mini games were challenging. As for the rest, I found them boring and mundane (swapping tiles, rotating puzzles etc.), just like a thousand other games out there. I do hope that the developers are making an effort to come up with new and innovative mini games that take more of an effort to solve - and this would increase the length of game play. I cannot comment on the music, story line or voices - I mute voices and music, and skip cut scenes. I recommend this game because I think it would be suitable for those who are new to the gaming community.
Date published: 2016-02-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Pentagram, a Witch and a Curse. Next? Based on both the SE and CE demos. The graphics are done very well. The voiceovers .... I had a real problem with ...... running the gamut of an echo in the room to lip syncing NOT matching up with the sound of the voice. Rather tragic in this day and age. Sound fx were somewhat muted. And then, the storyline. A pentagram, a spell ..... and a curse. Could it GET any worse???? lol There are 4 modes of difficulty: casual, advanced, hardcore and custom. You can choose no tutorial, special features only or a full tutorial. Your map shows your location, open action areas and closed areas. There is also a Magic Box, which can hold up to 5 "magic items" which you can use throughout the game play AND a crystal ball that allows you to travel between the "Twilight World" and "Real Life". I have to say .... Twilight World is kind of ..... creepy. shudder The HOGs (hidden object games) were okay. Very interactive and each one I played in the demo was different .... no 2 alike. THAT made it interesting. Every time I found a postcard, a message on a banner referred to a "dossier". What and where is this dossier? Couldn't find it myself and when I tried to click on the word "dossier", the banner would disappear. When I finished the demo, there was an area that said (in both the SE and the CE, there were 27 locations, 21 Mini Games, 17 HOGs, 150 zoom zones and 12 characters.). If I don't include my character and the girl at the hotel, I found 3 in the demo. I really thought I would go for this game because it seemed like there was a LOT going on in terms of collecting cards and what magic items you had at your disposal. After playing the SE demo, I realized all the CE had to offer me was the collectible cats and rabbits. Everything else is in both editions of the game. So, for me, it all comes down to ..... how good is the bonus chapter. I REALLY enjoyed playing. Very entertaining and lots to do and find, but I'm still very much on the fence regarding the purchase of the SE OR the CE. Either way, I think it's a great game to have. Enjoy!
Date published: 2015-05-13
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A stay at a peaceful hotel turns into a nightmare when a witch from the Twilight World takes your daughter!

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