Maestro: Music of Death

A mysterious illness has broken out and is causing an entire village to age rapidly and die! Meanwhile, ominous music can be heard wafting through the air… Journey to the quarantined village and find the cause of the deadly disease in Maestro: Music of Death. While you search for the source, find a little girl, who is trapped in the town! Master this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game and save the entire village!

Where adventure puzzles are concerned, the hint system nudges you in the right direction without actually giving everything away. The reviews do not lie. Enjoyable soundtrack. Puzzles are somewhat easy, but fun. The puzzle aspects of the game are equally solid, although some of the solutions can seem a bit forced. As noted previously, it only highlights the object you need to use in revealing the right item, but it doesn't show you how - and some situations have the exact amount of originality to get you stuck. Beautiful music, although is does get repetitive after a while. Very beautiful and detailed artwork, typical ERS, so very nice. Love Love this game and I am also looking forward to the next one coming soon I hope :- Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Laflamme from "The Devil's Music" but no violin hidden in a statue ;- Review after finishing the game. The Neutral: o puzzles on regular mode mostly very easy, save for one slider that I had to skip o are those ghosts meant to be scary? Decent length. Try it, I'm sure you'll enjoy it! The only complaint are the sparkles for the HOS even in advanced mode. The ending is a lot more satisfying if you play through the bonus chapter too, but either way, the path is wide open for a sequel. HOS are lists, slighly interactive.

I only bought the standard version of the game, but I trust the designers that the Collector's Edition is worth the money. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lipservers from Keeps You Interested A great game for those who like a lot of H. Quite a lot of HOS, but do realize that this is an older game, and for it's age it's absolutely outstanding! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from very beautiful game! The reviews do not lie. I am more an adventure game person than a HOG person but the HOG scenes were not annoying and the puzzles were clever. In addition to exploring scenes and solving inventory-based puzzles as you explore the eerily deserted streets of Paris, you can also periodically zoom in on special areas to hunt for useful items amidst hidden object clutter. It certainly kept me interested until the end. Two difficulty modes. I thought this game was good value. Liked it so much I purchased the other one. Just finished playing this game. Interesting story.

Also, I found the game a bit too long in expert mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pamela75 from fantastic lots of HO.. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from very beautiful game! Interesting story. The reviews do not lie. The Neutral: o puzzles on regular mode mostly very easy, save for one slider that I had to skip o are those ghosts meant to be scary? The music was not annoying and fit the plot. Skip and Hint buttons take longer to recharge, too. I thought this game was good value. I only bought the standard version of the game, but I trust the designers that the Collector's Edition is worth the money. Beautiful music, although is does get repetitive after a while. Date published: I love to be transported in time and experience something different.


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Rated 5 out of 5 by crisgori from Love it Nice graphics, well done HOS, interesting puzzles, good length and chance to use your memory skills. Quite a lot of HOS, but do realize that Maestro: Music of Death is an older game, and for it's age it's absolutely outstanding! If I would have just a small complaint although the music is very beautiful it gets a bit to you after a while however it does not take away from anything. Very beautiful and detailed artwork, typical ERS, so very nice. Also, I found the game a bit too long in expert mode. I suspect there will be a sequel and I will be first in line. Yeah, right. The puzzle aspects of the game are equally solid, although some of the solutions can seem a bit forced. The Pretty Snails 2 is very nice as well, underscoring the gameplay decently without becoming too rigorous or overbearing as some hidden object soundtracks do. All we can say is, keep them coming! Hidden objects will be hard to find for beginners and the major minus here is the hint, that doesn't really help you find the red marked items. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tazania from Music to my ears and eyes Wonderfule graphics which takes through a picturesque town filled with hidden secrets. This was definitely worth buying for the superb graphics and rebranded classic mini-games, through which you'll even find some original ones.

What I enjoyed the most was the storyline. Interesting story. If I would have just a small complaint although the music is very beautiful it gets a bit to you after a while however it does not take away from anything. Just finished playing this game. Have fun! Captivating from the very first second and kept my interest till the very end. HOS are lists, slighly interactive. Date published: From the cutscenes to the hidden object scenes, Music of Death has wonderful graphic — in spite of the subject matter being macabre. Enjoyable soundtrack. This was definitely worth buying for the superb graphics and rebranded classic mini-games, through which you'll even find some original ones. It certainly kept me interested until the end. Hidden objects will be hard to find for beginners and the major minus here is the hint, that doesn't really help you find the red marked items. I thought this game was good value.

HOS are Fetch, slighly interactive. Given the musical theme of the game, this was a thoughtful extra to include. Skip and Hint buttons take longer to recharge, too. Like previous offerings from ERS Maesro: Studios, Music of Death is a well-polished adventure game with hidden object elements and minigames. Beautiful graphics along with a good adventure story line keeps you interested.


6 thoughts on “Maestro: Music of Death

  1. The only complaint are the sparkles for the HOS even in advanced mode. Quite a lot of HOS, but do realize that this is an older game, and for it's age it's absolutely outstanding! Yeah, right. What I enjoyed the most was the storyline.

  2. Captivating from the very first second and kept my interest till the very end. Date published: Just finished playing this game. Enjoyable soundtrack. In addition to exploring scenes and solving inventory-based puzzles as you explore the eerily deserted streets of Paris, you can also periodically zoom in on special areas to hunt for useful items amidst hidden object clutter.

  3. I am more an adventure game person than a HOG person but the HOG scenes were not annoying and the puzzles were clever. It certainly kept me interested until the end. The ending is a lot more satisfying if you play through the bonus chapter too, but either way, the path is wide open for a sequel. The puzzle aspects of the game are equally solid, although some of the solutions can seem a bit forced.

  4. Skip and Hint buttons take longer to recharge, too. It certainly kept me interested until the end. Enjoyable soundtrack. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tazania from Music to my ears and eyes Wonderfule graphics which takes through a picturesque town filled with hidden secrets.

  5. The city has been invaded by some sort of malevolent presence that has the power to age people within seconds using the power of a mysterious music. Skip and Hint buttons take longer to recharge, too. The unique story-line, the overall grim atmosphere and intuitive gameplay add up to a more than pleasant experience. I suspect there will be a sequel and I will be first in line.

  6. Recommended to buy. The Bad Some reliance on arbitrary puzzles and backtracking. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tazania from Music to my ears and eyes Wonderfule graphics which takes through a picturesque town filled with hidden secrets. Polished gameplay, graphics and minigames. I suspect there will be a sequel and I will be first in line.

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