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Mad Head Games presents the latest out of this world installment of the Moonsouls series!

A light is falling from the sky and heading straight for your planet! Your search for answers leads you to a forgotten underwater city. But your investigation quickly takes a deadly turn as you uncover traces of your long-missing father and a destructive world that could destroy your own! Can you stop a buried evil before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Help Chief Shard save her people from an unknown and lethal poison activated by the evil robot, Nal-dax! Go with her to the ancient Moonsouls Academy! Search for the miraculous medical device, the Sphere of Healing! Help her deliver the antidote to her people - but avoid the poison!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and earn even more achievements!
  • Search for runic symbols, unusual souvenirs, and morphing items throughout the game! Then review your collections in Extras!
  • Don’t miss the extras in the Gallery, Labyrinth, and Shadow Puppet Theater.
  • Keep your adventure on track with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 737 MB

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Moonsouls: The Lost Sanctum Collector's Edition is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Colour, colour, colour ...... plus lots more This game was quite short but, however, very enjoyable and Mad Head is my fav developer for sure. What was particularly cool were the HOS - unique, very colourful and cheerful - brilliant. I am a Sci Fi fan so was sold on the storyline which did not disappoint. The artwork was immersive and very "cool". I loved the artwork on the maps throughout the game and the bonus chapter was very fitting following the main story - a very enjoyable play overall.
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extras are great I played this game and then all the extras. The storyline was easy to follow and the puzzles were medium. The bonus was rather short though. Overall, the extras were nice since I was able to go back and find the objects I missed. If you like being able to complete all the challenges in a game, this one will work.
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Game I really enjoyed this game. The graphics were beautiful. In fact, I spent time just looking around each scene I came to. This is not a particularly challenging game to play, but I like that. I play to enjoy myself. I don't want to have to work too hard. I like the fact that it tells you if you have found the morphs and collectibles. I tend to go in and out of games a lot, so I need something like this to keep track for me. I also like that when you get an inventory item, it tells you what it is right away. It just saves me from having to click on it in case there is any doubt. The story line was good, and the game flowed naturally. Yes, it was on the short side, but I still gave it 5 stars because it was so enjoyable. In fact, I could barely tear myself away from it. If you are on the fence because it is sci-fi, no worries. I am no techie, and I was able to do what the game asked me to do. You never get bogged down in technical how-tos. And everything makes sense. I highly recommend this game!
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-Crafted Game and Fast-Paced Play As I do not measure a game by its length, I did not find this game short at all. I found it absorbing and not bogged down by tedious chores or a lot of inventory, meaning everything I had to do made sense. Right now, this game stands alone in that aspect, IMO. Well done, Mad Head Games. The mini-games and hidden object scenes are moderately easy but again, I felt the challenge did not take away from the immediate objective. The music is superb, and I found myself stopping to listen more than once. Looking forward to the next Moonsouls game, Mad Head. Thanks! My review is based upon completed play of the game and bonus chapter (and this one is a story in itself, a true bonus).
Date published: 2019-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Game Just too short for a demo, as soon as we make the first move towards the portal it's over. I mean I had just got there
Date published: 2019-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blue people and a portal Enjoyable game. Liked the sights and sounds. I didn't have to turn any sounds down. I liked most of the hops except the portal symbol one, it had so much movement it made you dizzy. The hops had large objects so your eye weren't strained. Story had a nice twist. Under the sea part was my favorite with a crane on the front of the ship. Liked the Blue women on hover crafts. Nice Sci-fi world. The diving machines have cool attachments that you use. Liked the mechanical bird. Clever gameplay. I didn't get bored. Replay 16 hops and 10 music. 16 wallpapers and 12 concept art that has before and finished with slide rule. Collect 28 Mad Head symbols. You have morphs in the scenes and in the hops. Combined it's 44 morphs. 5 chapters + bonus. After you collect all the symbols click on the collection in the extras and it turns into a treasure hunt. After you finish the treasure hunt it turns into the ultimate hop that you can replay. You can try to get stars for replaying the hops. Achievements. I couldn't find the Labyrinth or Shadow puppet theater. Bonus chapter continues on with the story.
Date published: 2019-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long overdue fabulous HO game It may be a shortish game, but well worth the time and money. It's been a long long time since there's been a really good HO game, for me. Also, any option available to turn off ALL help is really welcome. The story line is fabulous. It plays well, it makes sense, it's engrossing. I love Mad Head, though lately they haven't been worth the money. Their scifi story lines are always so welcome from the usual cemetary/princess stuff. I really enjoyed this a lot!
Date published: 2019-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A BEAUTIFUL GAME THAT IS OUT OF THIS WORLD Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is the 3rd game in the Moonsouls series and this one takes the blue ribbon. This game simply blew me away and I loved it! The Lost Sanctum is a quality piece of art and yes, even I found the game to be a bit short although it took me almost six hours to complete. I tend to play slowly as I have to take in every detail in the scenes and it did slow me down a bit as I was obsessive about finding the collectibles and the morphing objects. Some of the collectibles were definitely difficult to spot while others more or less jumped out at me. The gameplay kept me absorbed through the bonus chapter, which isn’t always the case with other games. The storyline was fascinating, and I needed to find out how it all ended. The quality of this game is amazing from the HOPS to the puzzles. The HOPS are beautiful – something that stands out because so many other games have drab junkpiles to sort through by comparison. We have so few sci-fi games offered here at BFG and I think there is a big market for them because many of us who love playing HOPA games are from the Star Trek era and love the Sci-fi genre – just saying. The HOPS are out of this world, and a developer finally got it right by creating so many wonderful and beautiful HOPS in a game. The styles vary but each HOP stands on its own as being creative and full of details that I love. Even the puzzles are excellent, although there were one or two that I immediately skipped because I disliked the particular type of puzzle. For me it was a wonderful turn of events to have the puzzles take back seat to the HOPS in the game. I love finding hidden objects and that is what drew me to BFG in the beginning all those years ago. BFG was the first company to offer so many wonderful HO games while other companies focused more on puzzles with only an occasional HOPA, which is why I have been a member here since 2006. I have never become tired of the genre and Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is one of the best and most beautiful games in recent years. Yes, the game might be short, but it was absolutely perfect for me! Thank you Mad Head Games for creating a wonderful, quality game! Even though this game was an instant purchase for me, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Moonsouls The Lost Sanctum is a game you will enjoy as well. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and engaging Love the sci-fi voices. This is a fun game. I got a little lost with the thread of the plot, but it didn't really matter.
Date published: 2019-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BREAKING NEWS: MAD HEAD GAMES FIXES THE BROKEN & PROVES THEY STILL HAVE MOON MOJO SOUL!!!! Completed Game approximately 4.0 Hours (including CE Bonus Chapter & all mini-games) (yes it's short but packs a punch, let me explain) Welcome to Sanctum, The City that rules a Thousand Worlds. A city of technology light-years ahead of all known planets. A City young Isaac never knew existed until today, unfortunately, Sanctum has been destroyed by someone or something. All that remains intact is a single component of the incredible planetary network system, Nal'dax, a conscious robot. Isaac soon discovers that Sanctum is just the tip of the intergalactic iceberg and his journey may just answer questions he never knew had answers. MHG had lost its mojo lately, but this game has renewed my faith, Sci-fi is their wheelhouse and Moonsouls is a fantastic sci-fi! Yes, it's a short game, but they trashed all of the cliche tasks (except for one angry swarm of hornets) added really interesting HOP's, fun puzzles, and a fresh new plot. At no point in time did I become weary or bored playing this game, which is more than I can say for nearly all of the recent HOPA releases where I'm doing the same thing over and over, chapter after chapter, wondering if it will ever end. A game doesn't have to be lengthy to be enjoyable, quite the opposite if a game is 7-8 hours long but all I'm doing is ditching a tool in one scene only to discover I need to find the same tool again to complete the same kind of task, what's the fun in that? Games have to have a decent story nowadays because they can't come up with a new way to actually play the game! The MHG Spiral Signs have returned, some are cleverly hidden, others not-so-much. There are Morphing Objects in every scene as well as within the Hidden Object Scenes, The HO morphs are very challenging but they made the scene morphs way too obvious because the objects they morphed into were objects that looked way out of place in the scenery. Because of the ease of spotting collectibles and morphs, I would probably recommend holding off for the SE version if you prefer collectibles to be more challenging. There are a few Gadgets, 2 of which are only used in the first chapter when wearing a diving suit, a Hook and a Clamp that's used 3 times each and doesn't involve a repetitive mini-game. You also use a Moonsouls Glove 5 times, but it doesn't involve a mini-game either. I'm not a fan of gadgets but these aren't annoying at all. There are 13 actual Hidden Object Scenes +3 in the CE Bonus Chapter, as well as a few Zoom Zone hop's. I'm rarely impressed with HOP's nowadays because they are just soooo easy, but I absolutely loved these! They were located in interesting locations and most were very sci-fi or bright and colorful. My favorites were finding items that Matched Swatches, finding 2 of each item, Symbol Finds (very challenging) and a Mushroom Pair Match. There are also Interactive List Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Fragmented Silhouetted Shape Finds, Related Item Finds, and Symbol Finds. In this Collector's Edition version, each HOP scene has a very challenging Morphing Object to find, and you can play the replayable HOP's to pick up Morphs you may have forgotten to look for, as well as some Achievements. There are 11 Mini-Games +2 in the Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter. There are 3 or 4 scenes where you have to find and replace items to progress the story but these are not listed as mini-games or HOP's according to the CE Strategy Guide. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games I loved: ? Drag the diver through a maze while avoiding dangers and sea creatures. ? Find items and interact with the components to unlock the diary. ? ? Rotate & position the blank canvas form which will eventually have to fit 3 different patterns. ? ? Fill and/or empty vats to fill the energy tube exactly 4 units. ??? ? Rotate triangle sections to move the ball to the end without colliding with the unmovable triangle. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter is an average length chapter that takes place over 7 scene locations. You play as Chief Shard who goes to Priora to seek her newfound friends' help when a disease spreads rapidly throughout the Guardians. There are 3 Hidden Object Scenes and 2 Mini-Games available, and you will pick up the remaining 7 Spiral Signs, 7 Scene Morphs, and 3 HOP Morphs. This Collector's Edition version has 12 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art Pictures (w/ before-after slider bar) 10 Music Soundtracks, 11 Achievements (6 have 3 categories) 16 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 44 Morphing Objects (16 within the Hidden Object Scenes) 28 Collectible Spiral Signs, 5 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-in Strategy Guide. MOONSOULS SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Echoes of the Past (March 29-2018) 3.8 2-The Lost Sanctum (July 13-2019) n/a by: Mad Head Games
Date published: 2019-07-13
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