Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy Collectors Edition

Five years ago, someone left a baby in a basket on your doorstep. You named him Nobu, and resolved to raise him as your own. He has strange markings on one wrist, and in the basket that day was also an indecipherable scroll. Could your little boy be the child of prophecy? Unraveling the boy’s mystery could also be the key to his rescue! Find out in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game Fashionista we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered recently. The Hidden Object scenes cone in various types, there is a jump map included, morphing objects to find and achievements to collect — all of the expected features are there as you can see. We occasionally stuck trying to complete the puzzles, you basically cannot make a single wrong move, which is pretty frustrating. The gameplay flows very smoothly, although it could have been much more challenging. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. The graphics are wonderful, they are very beautiful and cheerful. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. Those who adore Japanese culture will love the exquisite graphics and the relaxing feel of the game. However, the way the Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy Collectors Edition presents it in the game makes Mythic Robin Hood: Country Heroes unexpectedly interesting to play. In contrast, those who are seek challenges and creativity will be left disappointed.

The gameplay flows very smoothly, although it could have been much more challenging. However, the way the developer presents it in the game makes Mythic Wonders unexpectedly interesting to play. In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. All of the CE extras are very typical, and despite the solid Bonus Chapter, it is not necessary to complete the story. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button. The base story in Mythic Wonders is nothing truly original to be excited about, travel to fantasy realms, we surely have done that before. This game is completely opposite to their previous work though, Mythic Wonders is bright, magical and beautiful! Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. The hidden object scenes are the typical formats, nothing mind-blowing. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles. We occasionally stuck trying to complete the puzzles, you basically cannot make a single wrong move, which is pretty frustrating. We admired every single scene in this game, regardless of how old-fashioned it might look or the fact that the graphics can be a little grainy at times.

We occasionally stuck trying to complete the puzzles, you basically cannot make a single wrong move, which is pretty frustrating. On the other hand, although the puzzles are nice — they do have problems. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori Collectors Edition as the soundtracks. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles. Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game — we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered Wondegs:. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing.


In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. On the other hand, although the puzzles are nice — they do have problems. Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game — we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered recently. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. All of the CE extras are very typical, and despite the solid Bonus Chapter, it is not necessary to complete the story. In contrast, those who are seek challenges and creativity will be left disappointed. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. We occasionally stuck trying to complete the puzzles, you basically cannot make a single wrong move, which is pretty frustrating. However, the way the developer presents it in the game makes Mythic Wonders unexpectedly interesting to play.

Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game — we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered recently. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. Still, they are not mind-blowing and are not the best we have seen in fantasy HOPAs, we feel like the colors can be a little faded and pale at times — anyways, the visuals are definitely lovely. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks. On the bottom left side of the screen, you also have the access to your power elements which can help you complete your quests along the way. The base story in Mythic Wonders is nothing truly original to be excited about, travel to fantasy realms, we surely have done that before. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music. This game is completely opposite to their previous work though, Mythic Wonders is bright, magical and beautiful! On the other hand, although the puzzles are nice — they do have problems. The gameplay flows very smoothly, although it could have been much more challenging. The graphics are wonderful, they are very beautiful and cheerful. Those who adore Japanese culture will love the exquisite graphics and the relaxing feel of the game.

In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music. However, the way the developer presents it in the game makes Mythic Wonders unexpectedly interesting to play. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. All of the CE extras are very typical, and despite the solid Bonus Chapter, it is not necessary to complete the story. Still, they are not mind-blowing and are not the best we have seen in fantasy HOPAs, we feel like the colors can be a little faded and pale at times — anyways, the visuals are definitely lovely. In this series:. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. In this series:. The Hidden Object scenes cone in various types, there is a jump map included, morphing objects to find and achievements to collect — all of the expected features are there as you can see. The base story in Mythic Wonders is nothing truly original to be excited about, travel to fantasy realms, we surely have done that before. Those who adore Japanese culture will love the exquisite graphics and the relaxing feel of the game. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks.

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11 thoughts on “Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy Collectors Edition

  1. In this series:. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. We admired every single scene in this game, regardless of how old-fashioned it might look or the fact that the graphics can be a little grainy at times.

  2. This game is completely opposite to their previous work though, Mythic Wonders is bright, magical and beautiful! The gameplay flows very smoothly, although it could have been much more challenging. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks. In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music.

  3. We occasionally stuck trying to complete the puzzles, you basically cannot make a single wrong move, which is pretty frustrating. We admired every single scene in this game, regardless of how old-fashioned it might look or the fact that the graphics can be a little grainy at times. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles.

  4. The hidden object scenes are the typical formats, nothing mind-blowing. The base story in Mythic Wonders is nothing truly original to be excited about, travel to fantasy realms, we surely have done that before. But as usual, do try it for yourself!

  5. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. In contrast, those who are seek challenges and creativity will be left disappointed. Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game — we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered recently. As for the CE value, it depends how much you enjoy the game. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button.

  6. We still feel though, that Mythic Wonders lacks some bells and whistles. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. We admired every single scene in this game, regardless of how old-fashioned it might look or the fact that the graphics can be a little grainy at times. The Hidden Object scenes cone in various types, there is a jump map included, morphing objects to find and achievements to collect — all of the expected features are there as you can see. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists.

  7. However, the way the developer presents it in the game makes Mythic Wonders unexpectedly interesting to play. In this series:. Those who adore Japanese culture will love the exquisite graphics and the relaxing feel of the game. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour.

  8. However, the way the developer presents it in the game makes Mythic Wonders unexpectedly interesting to play. This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. All of the CE extras are very typical, and despite the solid Bonus Chapter, it is not necessary to complete the story. But as usual, do try it for yourself!

  9. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. This game is completely opposite to their previous work though, Mythic Wonders is bright, magical and beautiful! In this series:. Also, there are only two difficulty modes in this game — we probably got spoiled by three modes or the custom mode being offered recently. Still, they are not mind-blowing and are not the best we have seen in fantasy HOPAs, we feel like the colors can be a little faded and pale at times — anyways, the visuals are definitely lovely.

  10. There are a lot of dialogues in this game, especially the ones from our heroine — the voice overs are well done as well as the soundtracks. Nonetheless, we would recommend only the Standard Edition since the extras are all the norm and the WOW factor is missing. Those who adore Japanese culture will love the exquisite graphics and the relaxing feel of the game.

  11. Besides, the puzzles are also overly-simple; most of which we have already seen before, with few uninteresting twists. Most, if not, all of the puzzles do not have a Reset button. The base story in Mythic Wonders is nothing truly original to be excited about, travel to fantasy realms, we surely have done that before. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game — the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour.

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