Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy
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Five years ago, someone left a baby in a basket on your doorstep. You named him Nobu, and resolved to raise him as your own. He has strange markings on one wrist, and in the basket that day was also an indecipherable scroll. Could your little boy be the child of prophecy? Unraveling the boy's mystery could also be the key to his rescue! Find out in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1847 MB

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Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy 3.8 5 8 8
Just beautiful Standard story about missing child but the beautiful setting in rural Japan makes the game a rare delight. Gameplay is lots of fun and moves along nicely. This is the first game I've played where I turned the background sounds up high-- very relaxing nature sounds. Truly wonderful to be able to play mah-jong instead of finding hidden objects. June 23, 2015
WHAT A SURPRISE!!!! I REALLY REALLY LIKED IT !! AMAZING SPECIAL EFFECTS!! GREAT COLOR GOOD VOICES I TOOK MY TIME AND ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE OF THIS GAME!!!I WASNT SURE I WOULD LIKE THE CHINA OR JAPAN THEME OF THE GAME BUT IT WAS SO WELL DONE I WOULD BUY MORE FROM THIS DEV! July 12, 2015
Diverting and delightful This is not just another rehash of all-too-familiar typical hidden object games (not my favorite genre). I truly enjoyed every minute I spent playing this game. The graphics are clear and quite beautiful, and I appreciated the setting (17th century Japan). Although I usually take advantage of options to hidden object puzzles (in this game, mahjong puzzles), I really enjoyed the variety of HOPs offered, including morphing objects. I enjoyed most of the puzzles as well. I'm looking forward to playing this game again in the future -- my personal test to qualify as a 5-star game. June 27, 2016
Very nice SE... Hi all. Well, I discovered that I find the SE version of this game far better than the CE (see my shortened CE review). Did not feel the collectibles were CE worthy, but on second play, I like this one well enough to use a PCC to get it. "Game started out with purple and pinks, but cleared up fairly quickly and had very nice, clear colors. Graphics weren't bad, but seemed a bit old school. Game play was good, no problems during the demo. Voice overs weren't bad and seemed to be age and character appropriate, and had some emotion, but not much. There is a lot of dialog, but you can click through it if you read faster than the speak. Music was pretty nice and soothing, but didn't seem to have as much "oriental" sound as I would have imagined. There really wasn't a lot in the way of sound FX either, so game was pretty quiet. You have a jump map that is quite helpful, as you do return to areas multiple times, and there is no transport feature. Map shows multiple available locations, so you don't know where to go first, and you do jump around a bit. There is a story board that gives you more insight into what is happening and why. You do have to find objects in this "puzzle," and some items are not easy to spot. Otherwise, puzzles are pretty simple. HOPs are the usual, but are clear and items are not hard to find. I do like the variation of interactive; silhouettes, morphing objects and lists. You can switch to Mahjong if you don't care for the HOPs. Collectibles I found are origami cranes that morph in and out. They are not difficult to see, but you do have to watch for them. They also come in different colors...not just white. To be honest with you, I did not find this one to be nearly as much fun as the first, The Philosopher's Stone. It wasn't a bad game at all, but no real challenge, too quiet, and not much in the way of collectibles. The extras give you a little more game play, but nothing else. I do not feel this is CE worthy. I recommend this one more for beginners, or someone who just wants a lazy day game, which I occasionally do." As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find this one to be exactly what you are looking for. Thanks for the reviews. June 21, 2015
good game I loved it. I liked the way it ended. Thank you June 28, 2015
Child of Prophecy When Sumiko found a baby boy on her doorstep, she vowed to raise him as her own child. Now Nobu is nearly five years old, and the memory of this beautiful child abandoned with nothing but an ancient undecipherable scroll, is in the past. Shortly before Nobu's birthday, Sumiko asks him to play quietly until she returns from a short errand. When she returns, she discovers evidence of foul play, and Nobu is missing! The only clue she has are strange symbols left behind, linking the kidnappers to the Koga Clan. This is a long journey, but something she must endure if she is to locate Nobu. Along this journey she discovers that Nobu may be the Child of Prophecy, Sumiko will need to make some very important decisions about the boy she raised as her own, if she can find him that is! One of the features offered in the Collector's Edition, was the only thing I really loved about this game, the 52 Collectible Origami Birds that slowly morph into thin air, which makes them more of a challenge to find. In my opinion, this feature is the game's saving redemption, because the game itself moves too slowly to make the story interesting. It's difficult to connect to the characters which makes it feel as if you are an outsider watching someone play the game instead of participating in the game as the main character. Mythic Wonders is a decent game, but not a "wow, I can't stop playing this" kind of game. There aren't many options within the custom difficulty settings, but this game is a fairly easy game to figure out and would be a perfect starter game for those who are new to this genre. Some inventory items are incomplete and require some type of interaction such as combining that item with another inventory item before using. There are also Achievements in the Collector's Edition, to earn for completing the tutorial, not skipping Mini Games and even finding items within the Hidden Object Scenes quickly. The Hidden Object Scenes are different each time, and you can opt to play a game of Mahjong in place of the HOP. There are Progressive Interactive Silhouettes, where you find the first item that matches the silhouette shape and then use that item somewhere in the scene to expose the next item and so forth. My favorite Hidden Object Scene was finding 12 Morphing Items, as you probably remember, I love Morphs especially when they morph slowly or not at all until you trigger the morph in another scene. The Mini Games were enjoyable, but so far nothing new has been offered. The first Mini Game requires you to move a flower to each knot without backtracking and you must end up on the yellow knot, followed by an age ole game where you move a stack of blocks from the middle peg to the right peg, smaller blocks can only be placed on the larger blocks. The third Mini Game was a very simple memory matching game where you select two tiles at a time to flip over to reveal an image, as you memorize the placement of the images and match the image to it's identical tile. All of these games are very easy puzzles to solve, which can be relaxing compared to some of the hardcore frustrating puzzles within some of the games offered. The Collector's Edition has Wallpapers, Screensavers, Music, Achievements, 52 Collectible Morphing Origami, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. Personally, I would choose the Collector's Edition over this Standard edition just because of the Morphing Origami, enjoy! June 21, 2015
Bought it , got fed up with it, half way though it, deleted it I usually quite like this series (although not a fan at all of hidden object games). This one - hmm, was not very good. Liked the variety ie "memory" game, but the "story pages" - where you have to find the missing object and put it in its' correct spot, were way too frequent and I found I didn't give a monkeys about the story half way through anyway. #I rarely do in HO games#. HO pages were way too dark and blurry so I could never see objects tucked away on the far right or far left. Music got very tedious turned it off. As I say, I deleted it before getting close to the end. Overall just irritating. sorry June 26, 2015
Pretty Sameness I do have to give the devs credit for making a very beautiful game visually, but somehow they left out any sense of urgency. I'm not sure why. Maybe it was because the music seemed like something for meditation or relaxation... slow, soft, and dreamy. Additionally, at least during the demo, there's nothing new or very challenging... same puzzles, same plus items, same fireflies... really? Fireflies again?!! Same earthbound ghost to help on its way to its eternal resting place. But it's all very, very pretty. June 26, 2016
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