Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres Collectors Edition

Take on Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres, a challenging Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Stop the evil witch Viviana and save Esther’s family! With her heritage on the line, it’s up to Esther to discover the history of the ancient Ambroses and explore time itself. Go on an incredible adventure and change events in the past to solve an incredible mystery in Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Workshop, Zoom in on the desk. Full compliments of adjustments in options for those that find that importnt. Unfortunately, the screens are annoyingly cluttered with multiple hotspots and repetitive comments for non-essential elements Specres are never deactivated, resulting in a lot of extra clicks. Another feature that I really liked about this game is that although I usually don't enjoy HO scenes very much, this game was challenging Editikn that I'd get excited when I'd find another HO scene because I'd be so curious as to what object it would give me to help me on any of the numerous puzzles Sparkle Unleashed I needed to complete to move ahead. Best strategy: start with the corner pieces. Main Hall, Zoom in on the box. Enter the door to the storeroom. It will grab you. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by zaitrancer from Well worth it!!! At first I was sure it's other dark mystic terrifying game I'll delete after 5 try minutes as many other, but I gave it a chance - and game took me completely instead! Find the objects listed. Click the top green button Sweet Shop Rush to open the lower panel. Enter the chamber to the right. Garden, Use the shovel to dig a hole.

If you pick up an interactive item and can't find out how to use it, a right-click releases the object. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by misson from top class hidden object game with fun Normally I don't like to write review but i think here i need to do this work because this game really amazed me. Take the ACID. If you like creepy, and beautiful artwork, I am enjoying the story, there are some new twists to it. There are multiple values for the circuits. Storeroom, Play the hidden object scene. Pick up the device. Click the valve A to turn on the liquid. Go back inside the mansion. Open the cabinet door A to reveal the Garter and Shoe. Enter the chamber on the left C. Pour the ACID on the chain. Play the hidden object scene B.

Use the key to open the box and reveal the Sparrow. Climb to the treetop. The squares Medieval Defenders the matching code are outlined in the same color to make it easier to coordinate them. It will grab you. Find the listed objects. You should try this game.


Garden, Play the hidden object scene on the left A. See the dashed inset for the completed Time Device. Zoom in on the center column. The code pattern is the inverse of the lit tiles. It played very well on my 17 inch laptop and had no problems finding objects and completing tasks. Click through the conversation with the woman. It's never boring and I had a great time! For example, if you put out a fire in the s, the home you visited in the s that was destroyed is now a place you can explore… you do a lot of jumping around between years, fixing something in one year so you can do something in another. Storeroom, Play the hidden object scene. Main Hall, Zoom in on the box A. There is nothing to do at this site but entering it triggers other scenes. Examine the crystals C.

The time machine animation is also sleek and never gets stale despite many repetitions. Tree House, Play the hidden object scene. Enter the closet door. Note: the pliers need to be positioned on top of the holder to remove it. Balcony, Zoom in again on the device on the railing. A unique extra is an encyclopaedia of key characters and objects, though having it on hand while playing may have made it a more useful reference. This helped a lot! The main adventure has about a dozen hidden object screens and as many logic puzzles interspersed with numerous inventory quests to collect tools and puzzle parts, all taking over five hours to complete. Examine the plant on the window sill B. Go to the main hall. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by carolinachick from Fun, Challenging and not your usual HOG I thoroughly enjoyed this game. Find the listed objects. I wanted something that I could get into so I decided to try Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres… it seemed interesting enough, and I was willing to try anything. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by zaitrancer from Well worth it!!! Artifex Mundi's Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres starts in earnest as Esther reaches the abandoned, decrepit mansion — the same one from her nightmares — and discovers the crystal cage which she must keep from cracking by finding magical tokens scattered across Europe and time.

Find the listed objects. I loved the way the map intervened and the fact that it get's stolen near the end was a nice suprise. Storyline was great. It's unusual in that you time travel, and have an option to play a match 3-type game in lieu of finding well-hidden objects in the HO scenes. Use the FILE to remove the bars. Use the KEY to open the padlock. Rotate the disks inside the bars to form a pattern. They even made me shower, which I think is totally uncalled for. Zoom in on the machine control panel C. Place the new parts as shown. Zoom in on the underside. Unlike Vivian, Esther has no wisecracking sidekick; instead she must rely on the letters and instructions strewn about, which are archived in her journal along with her objectives.

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7 thoughts on “Time Mysteries: The Ancient Spectres Collectors Edition

  1. The graphics and the HOS are very clear. Laboratory Zoom in on the bottom of the machine A. The puzzles are challenging. Collect the listed objects.

  2. So this feature definitely scored bonus points with me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by carolinachick from Fun, Challenging and not your usual HOG I thoroughly enjoyed this game. Another feature that I really liked about this game is that although I usually don't enjoy HO scenes very much, this game was challenging enough that I'd get excited when I'd find another HO scene because I'd be so curious as to what object it would give me to help me on any of the numerous puzzles that I needed to complete to move ahead.

  3. One think, this game conclusion is not expected, it can be better. The graphics and the HOS are very clear. Garden, Zoom in on the grapes on the left. If you like creepy, and beautiful artwork, I am enjoying the story, there are some new twists to it. Workshop, Zoom in on the masks.

  4. It's a long game and well worth the price of the CE. Besides the rechargeable hint, a 'sonar' feature helps by showing silhouettes of the listed items. The standalone puzzles are simple and cover the usual gamut of jigsaws, rotators, and pattern- or image-matching, but are nevertheless entertaining as they're well-integrated with the story.

  5. Play the hidden object scene in the corner. I can't think of any part I don't like. See the inset for the solution. This sequel to Inheritance is loosely linked through the Ambrose family tree: Esther is the grandmother of Vivian, the heroine of the first episode, who travelled through time to rescue her father from the clutches of his kidnapper. At first I was sure it's other dark mystic terrifying game I'll delete after 5 try minutes as many other, but I gave it a chance - and game took me completely instead!

  6. This ranks right up there with some of the best games I've played. Lift the cover in the basket to reveal the hidden bunch of Grapes. The goal is to move the five diagonally lit squares to their correct positions. How is it all connected with the evil witch Viviana?

  7. Enter oak hall. Change the course of history and reveal the mystery which has influenced your family for ages. The backbone of the game, however, are Esther's tasks to locate objects and create situations by teleporting between the Ambrose estates in London and Venice over multiple centuries using the time machine, like the clever quest to produce a bottle of wine. Return to the study across from the dining room.

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