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Domini Games brings you the next thrilling installment of the Mystery Tales series!

An old friend is opening a new exhibition on the Black Plague. When she encounters a strange artifact, she calls on you to investigate. This won't be an easy task as a malevolent spirit attacks the museum and your friend! Can you uncover their dark origins and stop them before it's too late? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1197 MB

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Mystery Tales: Dangerous Desires is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just the demo... To repeat...I just played the demo. First, the demo was generous in the time you are allowed to play. So, it gave me a good idea if I would want to purchase this game...and I think, I will add this to my purchase list. Now, about the game. Graphic and sound were good. Storyline wasn't really unique as it was the usual of save somebody from the bad magician but then, again that is the style of this particular game. So, no complaints. I thought the number of items you have to find in each area was good and they were different. You do have to travel back and forth in the game but the map allows you to jump between scenes. HO sparkle games were also all different. Sometimes, it would show an outline of the object, an outline that you must use in the scene, or just list of each item to find. The game ran smoothly with no glitches, also. Overall, it set a good pace and kept me involved in the game. I won't go into details about the the game itself since I don't want to do spoilers. I would recommend you try the demo for sure to see if this is your kind of game!
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Still ok !! The review is just based on the trial, which I didn't play to the end. The game is not to bad, it is just always the same. I know it , I have done it. What I really loved; are the puzzles and there are a lot of them . Which can be played in easy or hard mode and the HOP's can be replaced by a Match 3 game. I think this game would be perfect suitable for beginners or someone who wants to kill time. Just try ..might be for you !
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from How Does One Come Back Centuries After Their Death? Dr. Moro was burned at the stake about 300 years ago. He was a plague doctor who turned to black magic when all of his family died during a massive outbreak of the Black Death. He must have had lots of time on his hands before his execution, as he was able to set up his return. Now, many hundreds of years later, you have been called by your friend, Olivia, to come to the museum where she is setting up a new exhibit. She feels something is wrong and wants your advice. You arrive in time to talk to the custodian after he is thrown from a balcony and just before he turns to stone! You whip out your special glasses and see into the past to help you unravel what is going on. Apparently, this time it is the evil Doctor Moro from the middle ages. When he was burned at the stake he had threatened to return as the flames crept up. He’s baaack! And you get to stop him, if you can. Good stuff: The usual game elements are here, along with those special glasses that not only show you scenes from the past, but also allow you to reach into those scenes and retrieve items you need. The HOPs have a Match 3 alternative. Most of the mini-games/puzzles have a choice of easy or hard. There are collectible diary pages that will tell you the story of Dr. Moro. Bad stuff: As we’ve seen with previous Mystery Tales games, the artwork is highly colored, except when you use those special glasses, when everything is hazy blue. The music comes and goes at its own whim. Moro wears a perpetual scowl, but everyone else seems to be without emotion. Olivia’s initial phone call was singularly lifeless and, even when she was confronting Moro’s ghost, she was very preternaturally calm. The closest you’ll come to emotion is Larry, hiding in the storage room with the safe. He rustles up a bit of urgency when he tells you Moro has found you both! I’d tell you about all the logic flaws that abound in this game, but, as it has so much we’ve seen in so many other games and little else to recommend it, I leave you to find them yourself – it’s the only fun you’ll get here! One hint: Keep an eye out for the little bags of real gunpowder left out in an exhibit! Please try the demo before you buy.
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I HAVE NO "DESIRE" TO FINISH THIS GAME It's pretty bad when a demo ends, and you're relieved it's over with. You've gotta wonder why Domini Games continues with this series, because they aren't improving, they just linger around the average rating range. In my opinion, the best game in this series was Her Own Eyes, which took place in a more current time frame. The old "plague of the 14th century" story line has been beaten to death, if I never play another game featuring cloaked doctors wearing beaked masks, I think I'll be better off! If you haven't played a lot of HOPA games, you might see this game in a different light, because you haven't seen the same plot told a gazillion different ways. Personally, I enjoy the CE version's of most games because I like the added challenge of finding Morphs and collectibles. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: During the14th century, the plague known as the Black Death, swept through Europe, killing millions of people. The plague was merciless, and its victims suffered immense and unbearable pain before succumbing to death. There was little the Plague Doctor's could do to ease their patients suffering.Death was inevitable. The Black Death was unstoppable. After losing his entire family, Moro made the moral decision to search for an alternative form of medicine, Dark Magic. It wasn't long before Moro was accused of heresy by the Inquisitor's, and burned at the stake. Moro vowed to return one day, stronger than ever, and now he has indeed returned! Put on your Magic Glasses that let's you see past events, it's time to investigate the return of yet another angry sorcerer from a Plague ridden era. Everything about this game is predictable and impractical, from the moment you begin your investigation....at the European Museum of History, because that's where all evil sorcerers are reborn. This game has everything you already know it's going to have, a briefcase sitting on a park bench, that has a patch with something important sewn inside (why would you do that?) AND an old fashioned hairpin. Turn around, you know there's going to be a bulletin board nearby, complete with a crow playing the "mine" game, and of course an object wedged partially inside it's only crevice. Keep searching, you know there's a broken zipper pull, and something mysteriously hidden within the bushes, bushes that of course have thorns. By the end of the game my inventory items consisted of items that I knew exactly what I would use them for, a glass shard, paperclip, eyes, and yes, acid! Of course, you haven't learned from your past mistakes, and you will pick up a pile of Notes, that the wind will immediately scatter throughout each of the games locations, and amazingly, there's only 1 page per scene! The Collector's Edition version has 15 Morphing Cursed Items and several Coins to collect that allows you to purchase virtual items for your Cursed Items Exhibit. Both collectibles have an Icon located on the top of the Inventory Bar, to show how many you have located and how many there are in total. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with Interactive List finds, Interactive Silhouetted Shape finds, finding and replacing Keywords in Sentence finds, with an optional Match 3 alternative game to play. Most of the Mini Games have the option of an Easy or Hard Mode to choose from, but even on the hard mode, most of them are doable on the first attempt. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1-Use directional arrows to rotate tiles to reassemble the picture. 2-Choose two sections of the lock teeth to swap along the top and bottom. 3-Connect the tiles with the specified number of connections for each tile. 4-Move flags along the lines to their correct outlined shapes. 5-Use the clue to turn the correct slots green, press arrows to rotate the clock hands. 6-Move tokens to their color coded slots without overlapping lines. 7-Rotate tiles to connect folders. 8-Remove all tiles by selecting 2 identical adjacent tiles. MYSTERY TALES GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1- The Lost Hope (January 25-2014) 4.0 2- The Twilight World (January 29-2015) 3.5 3- Alaskan Wild (August 24-2015) 3.8 4- Her Own Eyes (February 18-2016) 4.1 5- Eye of the Fire (September 29-2016) 3.4 6- The Hangman Returns (January 26-2017) 3.7 7- The House of Others (June 29-2017) 3.8 8- Dangerous Desires (October 14-2017) 3.0 The Collector's Edition has 10 Concept Art pictures, 14, Wallpapers, 5 Music Soundtracks, 17 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 16 re-playable Mini Games, 35 Achievements to earn, 15 Morphing Cursed Weapons, 51 Collectible Coins to buy 15 Cursed Items for the Exhibit, Missing Note Pages, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter.
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Whoopee! In all fairness this game isn't alone in being nonsensical and boring as all get out..... Nothing at all to draw you in..Just another hidden object game pushed out the door.... I wish Big Fish would put more RPG;S or pure adventure games on here.... Just something new for a change....Couldn't finish the demo..
Date published: 2017-11-13
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