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Molly Huggins, a young bride-to-be, summons you to the beautiful resort town of Lake Bliss to find her missing groom. Is Tommy Drake seeing another woman, or is he the latest victim in a series of drownings plaguing the city? Be careful, or the siren's haunting melody may lure you into the dark waters next! Follow the clues, interview suspects, and uncover what's lurking along the shores of Lake Bliss in this intriguing hidden-object puzzle adventure game.

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  • Uncover the evil sleeping beneath Lake Bliss
  • Reunite a bride with her groom
  • Fun achievements to earn
  • Concept art, soundtrack, wallpapers and movies

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Mysterium™: Lake Bliss Collector's Edition is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Funny I don't make review often ... I'm not a yougn person so my taste is different from the other... I like it dark , this one is , so I enjoy it , the puzzel not good for it but so far I did'nt skip any ... thats a + , (usually no patient for it) So its a buy .... Enjoy ...
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEAUTIFULLY SPECTRALLY DONE GRAPHICS are gorgeously picturesque of the times. The detail is incredible. HOS are very nicely done - a little crowded, but not excessively, and the objects are spread out and large enough that you're not pixel hunting. PUZZLES are widely varied and somewhat easy so that even novices won't get discouraged solving them. MYSTERY involving disappearing men with a 200-year calendar. Now, who would need such a calendar and why are they walking into the lake? Lots of adventure with HOS and puzzles in the right proportion. ANIMATION is spectacular and used in the right places. Collect spectral fluid when it appears, so you know there's a paranormal aspect here. Don't understand the mediocre reviews so far. Game has a lot to offer. JOURNAL has your clues and objectives. HINT system is very precise, giving thorough instructions on what to do in casual mode if you want it - usually on where you need to go next. MAP is very large and shows where there are activities to do. Lovely game and the demo went by so fast that I know it's a must buy.
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Enjoyable Game I enjoyed this game! I played the demo, and then purchased the full version on the wonderful $8.99 sale. This game was stress-free, visually pleasing and intriguing. Was it the most challenging game I've ever played? No. Was it the highest quality of game that I have played? No. Did I feel entertained during my time spent with the game? Yes, very much. I will let the others before me comment on the storylines and the details of the game, and limit my comments to the fact that I pleasantly wasted a couple of hours involved with this game, and it held my attention. I liked that it was not super-challenging, because I truly did not need to further elevate my anxiety level four days before the holidays! It is a relaxing, involving game, and I enjoyed it and feel it was worth the price with this weekend's coupon. As always, try the demo to see if it strikes your fancy. For me, it was a pleasant way to spend some down time on a Saturday afternoon.
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Blissful Sound Of The Lake Is Calling You! There is something in the lake, something so beautiful so blissful, so deadly! You are on an investigation to find a missing fiance, Tommy, but what you find are zodiac cards and walking corpses! There are 54 collectible dragonflies and lots of achievements to earn. The HOS are well done list finds and after you find all the items on the list, another list item shows up that requires an interaction such as finding matches to light a candle which burns a cord attached to a zipper. The mini games aren't really new but they did put a new twist to some of them. The one I liked the best were two locks on a suitcase that you had to open one lock at a time by setting 4 springs to the exact settings and the springs would reset if you set any one of them incorrectly. I really enjoyed playing this game however I'm not quite sure there are enough bells and whistles for CE status.
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Angry Banshee Up Ahead! I was very hesitant buying this game because the CE got a lot of negative reviews, especially about the storyline and flow of the game which both are very important to me when I sit down to play a new game. After playing both the CE and SE, here are my thoughts about it. The most important thing to me in any game is the length. I played on the hard setting and finished the main gameplay in about 5-6 hours…so the length was decent, and I had no problem with that. The storyline itself was not half as bad as people made it sound; it wasn't so illogical that the plot made no sense, and I mean, it's a game about an underwater ghost…it's not going to hold itself against reality very well. I actually liked the banshee; her story was very sweet, the reason men were going missing was explained and it all fell into place very neatly. The ending was satisfying for the SE; a bit short and stilted but I thought it was wrapped up nicely. There really was nothing very new or exciting about the game; no new mini-games or different HOs but I did like the many characters in the game, and the actual area of the game was very big compared to many of the other games I have played. The game had a style and feel that mimicked the 'Final Cut' games….one thing that did bother me at first was the size of the arrow symbol in the game, when I played the HOs I would have to move the arrow because it would be blocking items but I did get used to it after a short time. I actually do recommend this game for anyone who likes the mermaid/ghost type stories, or to anyone who enjoyed the Final Cut series on here. It was fun and flowed well; had a nice size and length; and I had a fun time trying to stop a banshee and save a town in time for a wedding! Happy gaming, Big Fishies!
Date published: 2014-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty nice, decent game A game by Big Top Games There are 3 levels of difficulties. You are detective investigating a man who suddenly disappears. A rather dark game. The intro movie is quite creepy. VO is available, and background music also fit the atmosphere. Items and graphics fit the era, overall graphically speaking is pretty nice. HO game is the very usual finding objects in list and puzzle is moderately simple. Extras are the usual stuff, not interesting, but I think the main story is good enough to stand by itself. I guess I will just buy the SE instead.
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the Dragonflys My favorite critter to be collected through out the game. The HO's were inventive and very nice. Story line was good and like the game enough to buy it in future. The only thing that threw me off a little and then found it I guess disappointing. Not sure if that is the right word. You had to use items on things from a distance. Like unlock a door in the distance without any close up to the door. It only did up close for certain things.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from overall a good game although not perfect for me I enjoyed playing this game. I bought the ce although didn't use it so the se would have been fine. I don't use sound so can't rate that and the hint button worked great which was important since there is a map but it wasn't really helpful. you can jump places but the places it took you were not always right. over all games were good, finding things and collecting items all good. I enjoyed this game and do recommend it.
Date published: 2013-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT! i wasn't too sure about this one when i started, BUT ... the game kept me interested all the way thru the bonus chapter ... the artwork is GORGEOUS ... really like the HOS where you find pieces ... a really nice change from the junkpiles ... the music involved me in the game and i am so glad for that ... some of the puzzles were a bit challenging, but i can always go back and try them again! ... a good mix of creepy and romantic ... a SOLID game in my opinion ... woohoo!
Date published: 2013-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lake Bliss This was a really good game with lots to do a bit on the dark side what I mean the story is set in the 40s as every body ells has told you all about it ill just say if you like a good game them buy this.
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lake Bliss (no swimming allowed?) This is based on the demo. There are three levels of play, interactive map; am not sure about collectibles, as didn't see any, but sometimes those are hard to find. Also, I always skip the tutorial. Found the game to be fun, not too challenging and HOS vary regarding type. Did find you have to do something first in order to do what is required to finish a HOS. Don't know if I'd buy this as a CE, but would like to buy the SE, when it comes out.
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What is that Pink Fog? Mysterium: Lake Bliss begins with a cutscene that shows a young man collecting a glowing pink substance from the swampy areas around Lake Bliss. It appears that the substance has some type of hypnotic effect since the young man follows the liquid into the lake and to his doom. As the gameplay begins, you have been hired by Molly Huggins, a bride-to-be, who was left standing at the altar when her fiancé didn’t show up for their wedding. Tommy hasn’t been seen or heard from in over three days and Molly is quite concerned. It seems that something very strange is going on at Lake Bliss with the disappearance of at least three other men and some strange spectral sightings. What is odd about Mysterium: Lake Bliss is that it appears to be set sometime around the mid-1920s in a typical American town, with the voiceovers supporting that theory. However, we find that the streets are being prepared for a parade to celebrate a royal wedding. So I can’t quite get a handle on that part of the story – although, since it is a game, I guess anything goes. The graphics are excellent being very clear and crisp. The artwork is very good, and although the initial cutscene did seem a bit cartoonish in nature, that soon disappeared. The music is really very good as are the voiceovers, however there is no lip-sync, which is something I still find weird. It’s crazy because when the dog is barking his jaws move – go figure. The developer has given us varying types of HOPs including the standard list type and some FROGS. There isn’t an alternative match 3 puzzle or option to skip the HOPs, so you just have to suck it up and get through the scenes. The puzzles are good and there are a lot of them, which is something I enjoy in a game. Most of the puzzles are familiar with none of them seeming too difficult – at least the ones I encountered didn’t seem overly challenging. There is a detective’s notepad, located on the lower left of your screen, which keeps track of your objectives and the many details of the case. It might be helpful to check your notepad often in case you have missed anything along the way. I found that checking the objectives often provided valuable information. Your transporter type map, located next to the hint button, shows areas of interest where you have an active task. As far as the CE content goes it is fairly much standard fare with nothing exceptional offered. You do have collectibles to find and achievements to earn but that’s about it. Where Mysterium: Lake Bliss excels is with the storyline and the puzzles. The gameplay is entertaining, and who doesn’t love a good mystery. I found that the spookiness and mystery factor drew me in from the beginning and I knew this was a mystery I had to solve. Since the game is fairly light on CE content, I believe that I would have passed on the CE if the story had not been so intriguing, but throw in a weekend sale and I hit the buy button. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if Mysterium: Lake Bliss is a game you will enjoy.
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from MYSTERIUM: Lake Bliss The name had me check it out what it was happening. Well I joined it for 60 min and I will be buying it as soon as I can. I enjoyed the game finding things and running into another person would talk with you and give some answers or more things to do. To me along as I can do talking instead of reading things or just trying to find things. I HAD A GOOD TIME
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Game, Just Nice BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS The opening scenes are eerie, ominous, but low key. Nothing too overwhelming. But it is obvious this game is going to be spooky. This game looks good and has the right atmosphere, and while the story starts out on a very familiar pattern – detective hired to find missing loved one, the details offer a fresh approach. SIGHTS & SOUNDS The graphics are very pleasant to look at. Realistic, but with a softness around the edges that gives the game an artistic feel. It is also very consistent in its depiction of art deco era visuals. The atmosphere, while eerie, is also dreamy. The music is perfectly matched for this, also era-appropriate, tinkling along, sometimes there, sometimes not, never irritating. Background noises are soothing. No attempt has been made to lip synch the very professionally done voiceovers. Which I always think looks the best. WHAT’S HAPPENING Seems like the town of Lake Bliss is suffering from the attentions of a siren. Young men are disappearing. Bodies are found in the water. And Molly’s very sensible fiancé Tommy does not turn up at the altar. You are the detective called in to investigate. All your actions and equipment, including the tools and so forth found in town, reflect the 20s era story. MAKING PROGRESS HOPs and other puzzles form most of the gameplay, but there is some adventuring to be had as well. The HOPs are either fragmented objects or word lists. These are not much in the way of interactive, but the last (inventory) item is found in a different way for each HOP. Hidden objects are very well hidden without distortion. The puzzles so far are easy and familiar. There is an interactive jump map, directional hint and a useful diary. One unique touch I liked, the notes that are being taken in your notebook are displayed briefly above it in glowing letters, so you know what is going in there without needing to look immediately. Another oddity is the Spectral Fluid Jar, which soaks up supernatural barriers. CE BLING! There are many Achievements presented very nicely in an office, 54 Collectible dragonflies, Concept Art, Wallpapers, Music. The SG is helpful. And the Bonus Chapter of course. FINAL VERDICT All around nice game. But that is all it is. This is not a blockbuster. I will be very happy to buy the SE of this game, but I don’t think it is quite up to my CE standards. Many others will however. I checked these guys out and it appears that they are a new development company, consisting of personnel from names we are familiar with. If so, go to it guys, you’ve got what it takes!
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Foggy writing I bought this game after playing and enjoying the demo. Bad mistake. The demo is better than the whole game Production: Good artwork and pleasing music. The VOs are cameos with written words - no lip sync. The CE has the usual useless stuff. Game play: A fair amount of back-and-forth but not too bad. There is a jump map, and the HINT button points in the right direction. The HOS are cluttered with just a little IA. Some of the HOS are fragmented objects, and they are terrible - very hard to find pieces. The puzzles are mostly the usual; i.e., tedious and requiring little intellect. Some do require actual thought. Use of objects is straightforward for the most part. Story: Here's where the good parts of the game are wiped out by a very poor story telling. The concept is interesting, but there is little, if any, consistency. Mixed cultures, objects out of sync with the time setting, red herrings galore, strange mechanisms that seem out of place, characters with seemingly nothing to do with the story, etc. The main story does have an ending, and the bonus chapter's story is another assignment. Too bad it is even worse than the main story. Just plain awful. If you can get past the bad story and the awful HOS, you might enjoy this game as an SE. The CE is definitely not worth the money.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slow to play I haven't given my opinions on games before but I must with this one. I love playing HOPA HOG games. This one is good from that aspect, BUT the big problem is the major delay from scene to scene.
Date published: 2013-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a bad game... Well, back from Christmas vacation and too tired, so this is very short for a change. I agree with JTF (very nice, thorough review, as always). The one thing I didn't care for was the SG. Open SG, click to blow up picture so you can read the very small print, then have to click each box closed, can't just click outside the picture or box and have it done all at once. Small complaint, but annoying. Not sure this one is CE worthy either. The devs are all going to the cartoon graphics, which is not always a bad thing. A little reality would be a nice change. Putting this one in my puddle as well and hoping for a really good special. I will buy it if one comes along, just don't know if it will be CE or SE. Anyway, on to the next game. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find this to be exactly what you are looking for today. Thanks for the review.
Date published: 2013-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slow scene changes I may have really enjoyed this game, the storyline was interesting. But the time it took to shift scenes or get into a mini game were just about painful.
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good But Not Great This game was beautifully drawn and has good background music and effects but I have to agree with others that say there was nothing outstanding about it. The HOS's were clear and the mini games seemed pretty easy. Even though you do collect dragonflies and earn some achievements I'm not so sure it is worth the CE price. Definitely not a bad game to play though and I would probably wait for the SE to come out.
Date published: 2013-12-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lake Bliss just ok Well honestly I wish I could give this 3.5 stars cause it does deserve that. As other reviewers have stated the story is fine, and the graphics are good, but the challenge level of this game is lacking. It is very easy. Great game for beginners. That being said I do think you should try it and see for yourself. I finished the entire game including the bonus chapter in about 3 hours. There are better games but there are certainly worse ones. I did not run across any major glitches. There is a map with a jump feature, help button is useful in and out of ho scenes, music is just okay. Puzzles are for the most part fairly easy with decent explantions of what to do. I am glad I got this game at a discount price though.
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but Slow This game has a very good potential, but is really too slow to react...
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good buy VERY SLOW! I wasn't sure I wanted to try this game as the reviews were mixed but I figured I'd give it a try. The graphics are good, I liked the story line and the hidden object scenes were good, they mixed them up, 3 different types so far. The HUGE problem with this game is how slow it is. Everytime you change a location it seems to take forever. I've never played a game that was so slow. Kind of makes you not want to play it but I like the game so I bought it and downloaded it. When I went back in to play it my profile was corrupted and I had to start over. So now I wish I hadn't bough it. thank goodness it wasn't full price!
Date published: 2013-12-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not so Blissful I did the beta of this game and it has not changed since then. The game is OK, but the graphics are not the same quality as other current releases and the story, while OK, seems a bit forced. And my most pet peeve - the inventory doesn't lock open -- how annoying! You are a detective who has been hired by Molly Huggins, whose fiancé Tommy Drake has been missing for a few days. You wander around Tommy's house and the town of Lake Bliss collecting clues, which include some Zodiac cards, a 200-year old calendar page, and some newspaper articles of other men who have disappeared. The opening shows Tommy trying to walk on the Lake by spraying a red substance. It appears he falls in and drowns. You receive a "spectral fluid jar" with which you are supposed to collect the pink mist that occasionally shows up, particularly with a beautiful woman who drives away. The body from the morgue seems to turn into a zombie and gets up and walks around town and also into the lake. The story is a bit convoluted, but not hard. It is pretty obvious where you need to look next. The HOS are lists, although at least one is a fairly simple FROG. The mini-games are not unique -- you have seen them before. There is a notepad for your journal and objectives, and a simple map that allows you to teleport and see what areas have active clues. There are achievements, and 54 collectible dragonflies. There is a bonus chapter, as well as the normal CE extras for music, art, wallpaper and music. I recommend this game, but not as a CE. Its simplicity makes it more of an SE.
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ok game I played only the sample game and only about half of it. Most of the time spent was waiting on the scenes to change as response time was slow. The HOG portion is also slow when you find an object. Over all it is ok, but does take too long to switch scenes. Not a buy for me.
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Game Not as "Mysterium" as the Title I just want to start out by stating that I usually just jump in and write reviews about games that blow me away or are worthy for me typing a review at six in the morning. This game however to me is a buyer beware. There is nothing wrong with the storyline. You play a detective and a pretty, young and distraught young lady comes to you to help her find her missing groom. The town they are in had been experiencing inexplicable drownings. So you off you go to begin your investigation. You are given a couple of play modes. Nothing spectacular about the special effects. I have to add that I am pretty much strictly a HOPA player and once I got to the first Hidden Object scene, there was one interactive play at the very end. I also encountered one FROG. But that's pretty much the extent of it. Oh, one more thing in the HOS the items are extremely small, which I thought we had finally gotten away from. There are a few inexplicable and confusing collectibles. This game reminds me of the CE's of several years back, but not now with the advances that have been made. If this game had been released as a SE I might consider buying it, but definitely not at $13.99 or wasting two credits on it either. But as with any of the games, I say try it and you be judge!
Date published: 2013-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hated this game This game was incredibly slow. I spent most of the time waiting to go from scene to scene. The minigames were fairly easy, but there were no instructions, so it was left to the player to figure out which game to play. This was especially frustrating on the bottle cap game.
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dull and Boring I really tried to like this Game but I couldn't. It was extremely slow-moving, dull and boring, and the Storyline almost sent me to sleep. Couldn't even finish the Game it was that DULL. I am sorry I bought it - what a waste of money!
Date published: 2014-01-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's a mystery...um...I didn't find my bliss. Mysterium: Lake Bliss Developed by Big Top Games Collector's Edition Review based on demo IN THE BEGINNING... You're a detective who's been hired by a Molly Huggins to find her fiancé, Tommy Drake, who went missing a few days ago in Lake Bliss, a town that's experienced a more than normal rate of drownings recently. After an hour of play, a couple more NPCs had been introduced, along with a paranormal subplot, but I still had no idea what was going on. Except that I was collecting spectral light, for some reason. PLAY THE GAME... Standard HOPA. During the demo, I played several HO scenes (all easy and minimally interactive), one FROG, and a few very simple and done-to-the-death puzzles, including a standard 5x5 Sudoku, two "guess the correct order to unlock," and the one where you exchange the two sets of three marbles. SIGHTSEEING… Graphics were painterly with lush colors. Objects were easily recognizable, but many were quite small in the HOs. Cutscene animation was cartoonish, as were the characters. No lip synching. In-game animation was minimal. SOUND WAVES… The music was quite lovely…lots of soundscapes and not at all repetitive. Voiceovers were professional. TOOLBOX… The map indicates where your objectives are and transports you. The journal notes clues for you. I didn't use any hints. Unfortunately, you cannot lock the inventory panel open…a pet peeve of mine. You also have a steampunk-looking capsule in which to collect the hot pink "spectral light". EXTRA, EXTRA… All the usual extras are offered with the CE, as well as a bonus adventure, collectible dragonflies, achievements, and the SG which does not follow your progress. THE LAST WORD… For me, this is not a buy because it was too easy and because the storyline was confusing. Perhaps it simply did not develop enough within the hour demo, but I'm not willing to risk 13.99USD on it. There's nothing wrong with this game, per se, and for that reason, my recommendation is that you try the demo yourself.
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Delayed Play Good thing this was bought at a discount as it is painfully slow. Screen changes take way too long and it seems like there is no sweet spot to click on to transition to different areas on screen. Slow, almost like game is freezing, when going into and coming out of puzzles and hidden object screens. Story seems good but giving up due to frustration with play. If I didn't play a lot of these games maybe I wouldn't think it so slow. I give up unless an update comes out to fix this game.
Date published: 2013-12-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I Wanted to Jump In A Lake Based on the demo. There was a lot of promise to this game, but it never panned out. The hidden object scenes were really clever, the mini puzzles were fun, collecting the dragon flies was a plus BUT the game moved incredibly, tediously slow. After 18 minutes of the demo I deleted it. It was painful by that point. I will revisit it when the SE comes out because I was really intrigued by the storyline, maybe it will move faster.
Date published: 2013-12-24
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