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AMAX Interactive presents another enchanting fantasy adventure in their classic Spirits of Mystery series!

Your peaceful summer retreat is interrupted by Dark Reapers kidnapping your mother and chasing your Aunt. What do these dark spirits want? Are you going to be next? On your journey to save your family you will uncover a dark secret that your family has covered up for many years. Can you restore the bonds of trust or will those that you love remain lost forever to hatred and revenge? Find out in this charming hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Save the Fire Lion Kingdom one last time in the bonus chapter!
  • Unlock a magical staff, repair ancient fountains, replay HOPs and mini-games, and earn achievements!
  • Tons of collectible cards and morphing lions to find!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, screen savers, videos, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1331 MB

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Spirits of Mystery: Whisper of the Past Collector's Edition is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Another one for the trash bin! The only mystery about this game is why the developer even thought to release it! Let me ask you this; are you a very young girl, say about ten-years old? You’re not? Well, neither are any of my grandchildren, and they wouldn’t play this ridiculous game either! Let’s start right at the beginning where you’re greeted as ‘Princess’ and asked for your name. Well, let me tell you that I am no princess —I’m a gray-bearded old guy who’s tired of games that make me play in a skirt, as it were. Okay, about this game . . . same old music heard in almost every release by this developer; same old gizmo you have to sweep across the screen to find otherwise invisible objects; same boring task of rescuing a hapless victim from an evil entity. Don’t bother wasting your time or download capacity, unless you’re getting this for your very young granddaughter. No, wait, better not do even that!
Date published: 2018-12-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pretty Artwork + Dismal Story + Juvenile Game Play = No Sale! A new Spirits of Mystery game has hit the fan. All of its pieces are scattered about and we are left to pick up the bits. Once again a princess is at some distance from home; the why is never explained. Terrible things are happening back in the city. Even though she is out of the way, she will naturally rush in where fools fear to tread to rescue her mother. The biggest question you must answer is: Do you care? There is so much hand holding in this game it becomes embarrassing after a while. Puzzles are so easy, I never even noticed if there are instructions for them. Puzzle pieces are outlined for you to place them correctly. An amulet will protect against deadly flowers and beeps as you pass over each one on the screen - just in case you aren't watching for them. The other game play mechanics are just as sad. Your aunt hands you a crown to enter the city you will some day rule. Luckily auntie had time to hide the jewels from the gate key/crown, before giving it to you. Once in the city, you will need to put out a fire started by the Dark Reaper to trap the Oracle. None of the citizens has noticed the fire and you will need to repair the only source of water nearby before you can quench the fire with three buckets of water that involve another childish puzzle. Somewhere in the process of saving the Oracle and opening the portal to the cemetery, I realized that even my youngest grandchild - now six years old - would find the game play too easy. I wonder who it was designed for? You may have noticed the bell curve of the review results. Take a hint. Try the demo. I'm wrapping presents instead of playing this game!
Date published: 2018-12-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A WHISPER OF THE PAST? MORE LIKE ANOTHER BOMB FOR AMAX OVERVIEW: Play Airrin, heir to the Fire Lion Kingdom. As children, your mother, Queen Lilith, and your Aunt Sylvia saw their sister, Miranda, kidnapped by the Dark Reapers. Now these evildoers have returned, kidnapping your mother and your Aunt Sylvia as well. Someone wants retribution against these three sisters, but who? Discover the evildoer behind the kidnappings, assess their motives for the kidnappings, and save your family before the kingdom is lost. OPINION: No whisper from the past here – just another bomb for AMAX! This is the same cookie cutter game repackaged with three princesses for the price of one! Despite the beautiful graphics, this is another game I will not purchase. This game should appeal to those who like fantasy games about fairy tale kingdoms fraught with danger from smoky hooded evildoers. I found the demo snail-paced and the story behind the game a rehash of the other games in the series. In an encore performance the irritating baying of wolves can be heard in the background. With little interest in the subject matter, added to the same boring activities seen in so many of this developer’s games, I was counting the minutes until the demo was finished. GIMMICKY MAGIC LENS: Returning in yet another game, is the “magic lens” which helps you locate invisible symbols within the scene. It is used three times in the demo. I wish this developer would create some new “gimmicks” to use in their games. It would be even better if this developer would stop using gimmicks altogether. MECHANICS: There are four (4) levels of play including a customized version. There fifteen (15) achievements. Collect fifteen (15) cards and twenty-six (26) morphing objects. As far as wallpapers and other extras, I was not able to access them because of an “error violation” notice I received while trying to enter the “extra” section of this game. HOP SCENES: I found the HOP scenes standard fare seen in most of this developer’s games. There are several mini-HOP scenes in which the player searches for a small number of some item or pieces of some item. There is one scene in the demo which is somewhat creative. After locating items to create a potion, place those items (now silhouetted) into a boiling pot. Placing them within the pot opens a storybook scene in which you must locate four (4) items per page of this storybook. PUZZLES: They vary in style and difficulty; however, I found most of the puzzles easy. However, there are two puzzles in the demo which can be played in either a “casual” or “hard” mode. Returning are the tracing puzzles, which I find boring. Staying within the lines is reminiscent of kindergarten. I wish AMAX would get rid of these puzzles. SPOILERS: HERE ARE THE PUZZLES FROM THE DEMO: A. Use the magic lens to locate symbols. B. Matching puzzle. Move a series of three (3) clock hands so that each hand matches up and points to an identical phase of the moon. C. Once is not enough. Use the magic lens to locate symbols D. Matching puzzle. Pair up identical masks. E. Switch puzzle. Switch tiles to restore an image. F. Tracing puzzle. Move a bucket through a path without touching the sides. 3X G. Matching puzzle. Pair up symbols. They must be paired in sequential order. H. Choice between “casual” and “hard” modes. Moving tiles puzzle. Slide tiles into position on a grid so they match up with a given code. I. Hopefully, three times is the charm. Use a magic lens to locate symbols J. Matching puzzle. Rotate a disk with slots for four animals and place the four animals at the side of the disk into the proper location. K. Choice between “casual” and “hard” modes. Switch puzzle. Rotate bars between three images to restore them. Rotating one affects the others.
Date published: 2018-12-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Couldn't even stand it long enough to finish the demo I gave up even trying to like this game after 20 minutes boredom and frustration with so much dialog and so many cut scenes that I just hit the skip button over and over. This game is for a very young player, nearly zero difficulty, slow paced, lots of talking and each area of the story is completed in a single visit with everything pretty obviously laid out and easy to find. HOP and other puzzles ridiculously easy. Try the demo but I most definitely cannot recommend this game for anyone over the age of 8 or 10 years old.
Date published: 2018-12-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another children's game; I lasted 7 minutes. It's long past time for AMAX to abandon all the series it's currently milking, most of which have at least a dozen episodes, all of which are exactly alike. The Spirits of Mystery storyline has long been played out. Once again, we play as a princess and, once again, must save family members from some evil spirit from another world. Devs, could you please stop with the childish storylines? Your. Customers. Are. Adults. Same for the gameplay, which is insipid, repetitive, and utterly boring. Waving an amulet around the screen every two minutes isn't gameplay. And the whole shaped keys thing has reached critical mass at this point. It's only a matter of time until a singularity develops and sucks them all in. It's also annoying to interrupt gameplay every few seconds for yet another cutscene or conversation. If you intend this to be an interactive story, then don't market it as a game. I can't even recommend this for children, because they might be frightened by the dark spirit thing. And I'm wondering who these devs think their target audience is. They certainly don't have a high opinion of their customers' abilities and attention span.
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Skip, Skip, Skippity, Skip That's what it felt like! Cut scene, after cut scene! Nothing annoys me more than dev filling in time with screen after screen of dialogue, its smacks of laziness and I know the quality is generally going to suffer. This series needs to just stop and go away. I honestly cant find one redeeming feature.
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from SENSELESS....A WASTE OF TIME This is nothing but a puzzle game, with the collecting of one puzzle part after another. It is empty of play....too much chatter...hazy graphics...and worse than a cartoon. I couldn't last the demo, it's that bad. It is brain dead.
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Worst Spirits of Mystery I have enjoyed Spirits of Mystery (I mean earlier versions) very much and always looked forward to buying the next one. This one is a nonstop horror. Sorry but I could play it for 10 min and quit. If you enjoy horror movies maybe you will like it. For me it is a nightmare!
Date published: 2018-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This Game Is Awful There is very little good I can say about this game. Same tired old basic story. Kindergarten handholding. A series that needs to be retired. About the only good thing was the graphics but even with that I only last 10 mins before uninstalling the trial. If you buy without trialing, well, you were warned by many reviewers.
Date published: 2018-12-18
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