Maestro: Dark Talent Collectors Edition

A night out with a friend at the Opera House turns into a nightmare! This mysterious diva's dark talent claims another victim – can you stop her before the curtain falls? In this exciting continuation of ERS's popular Maestro series, find out who the Knowing Ones are as you help free your friend Kate from Diva's clutches! 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:

The KEY 4 will be added to inventory. Zoom into the shop door on the right U. There is a match 3 game in the bonus chapter that I absolutely adored and would play regularly if available hint! To solve the puzzle move the blue valve to 5 and the red valve to 1 the solution from the chalkboard. The pressure in the sewers has now been stabilized. Click on the arrows to rotate the rings until they form the image in the upper right corner of the scene. If you have liked the other games in the Maestro line, I think you'll like this one pretty well too. Zoom into the case; note the position of the joints for the violin player Click down 4 times, head forward, right, and go into the hatch. Not necessarily something you want to listen to throughout the entire game! Zoom into the violin case on right; open it with the KEY Click on any 2 symbols to swap their positions so the process of making music from beginning to end is showcased.

Return to the street outside the workshop. Lots of black smoke here! Unfortunately, the lips don't move on the voice-overs, which didn't used to annoy me, but now it does for some reason. The sixth slot belongs to the Stage which is needed to perform the song in a concert. Although we have a very nice interactive, transporter-type map, I did not find a journal or diary. I really enjoyed this game. I played the CE straight through which is a big indicator of how much I loved it because I typically fluctuate between different adventure games to keep it interesting. Zoom into the bars on right; place the KEY in the lock A in the upper right. The graphics are top notch. Zoom into the window above L. I happen to think the ferret is the same as any other tool, one that will be found and used occasionally as needed. The red C note in the upper left has the locked sign below it. Zoom into the ladder on left I. This game has it all. As for me the game is a definite purchase but, as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like.

Head towards the lower right I hope your enjoy this one as much as I did. Click down twice. In Maestro: Dark Talent, a performance by "Diva", a singer who literally came out of nowhere, turns freaky when your friend, Kate, and the rest of the theater patrons are sucked inside by the dark forces du jour, where they'll have their life force drained unless you can stop them. There is so much to like about the fourth in the Maestro series. The solution to this puzzle is random; please look at the screenshot for the final solution. From the opening scene when skulls pop out of roses, the graphics and animation are quite good. I do not usually get much into the story, but this one has a Diva who sucks the life out of her audience. Place the KEY in the keyhole in the center of the puzzle. No matter which type, each one has a great deal of interactivity included and some even contain separate mini-puzzles, which add to my enjoyment of the scenes. Click down twice, forward, right, go through the hatch, through the barrel and turn left to reach the boiler room. After ERS Game Studios' hidden-object adventure series Maestro: Music from the Void and Maestro: you'd think your taste for musical prodigies might have soured a bit, what with all the unspeakable evil and demonic pacts they seem to attract and leave you to clean up. Play the search scene on left.


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As for me the game is a definite purchase but, as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. Not necessarily something you want to listen to throughout the entire game! There was Charma: The Land of Enchantment much to do and every task is different, even the HOs are a great variety. Use the arrows to switch the images in the puzzle. Use the code found in the kitchen along with the one on the note to solve the puzzle. Or, you can play an alternate matching pairs game instead. Examine the pipe on left. Please follow directions in screenshot to solve the puzzle. Zoom into the trapdoor on left. Return to the Bathroom. Return to the street outside the workshop. Click on 2 matching skulls to eliminate them. Chapter 7: The Mansion Zoom into the lower left side of the front door.

I can't wait to get this and continue the adventure. In this Maestro I appreciate how they have changed up the typical hidden object scenes a bit. Return to the street outside the workshop. The ferret is quite entertaining and each time I encounter him I wonder just what type of mischief he will be into next. Zoom into the flour pile on the table. The fourth slot belongs to the Violin; an instrument is needed for playing the song. The third slot belongs to the Music Stand; you need a place to put your Music Sheet. I happen to think the ferret is the same as any other tool, one that will be found and used occasionally as needed. There are 2 rights you can make in this scene; head to the far right to access a bathroom 2. The game picks up after you're finally allowed out of the opera house, and exploring the streets is a lot more interesting Return to the Bedroom. A pedestal will appear in the center of the floor after all the musicians have been given all the items. Zoom into the curtains. The pacing of this game was fantastic and the fun factor is off the charts.

Open the chest in the lower left. The KEY 4 will be added to inventory. Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist game has it all. Your goal is to change the notes all blue by clicking on the right pieces. And recharging the medallion. Return to the Bedroom. Click down 4 times, head forward, right, and go into the hatch.


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Maestro: Dark Talent Collector's Edition

8 thoughts on “Maestro: Dark Talent Collectors Edition

  1. The solution to the puzzle is random. Enter the workshop. As I said, this is a fairly easy game with good puzzle challenges.

  2. Play the search scene on left. To solve the puzzle move the blue valve to 5 and the red valve to 1 the solution from the chalkboard. That and the fact that I have a hard time waiting for the SE release.

  3. Chapter 5: Underground Click on the boat to reach the Island. I played the CE straight through which is a big indicator of how much I loved it because I typically fluctuate between different adventure games to keep it interesting. Click down and go up the steps. I am looking forward to playing this game to the end.

  4. Zoom into the sink; place the VALVE on the faucet so the hot water from the tap can fog up the mirror. Open the curtain over the bathtub to trigger a Hidden Object Scene 3. The sixth slot belongs to the Stage which is needed to perform the song in a concert.

  5. Turn the key once to open the trapdoor; go into the trapdoor. Inside the drawer in the lower left it had a sign that said the shop opens at 7 a. As for me the game is a definite purchase but, as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. Go into the bedroom. Unfortunately, you spend a lot of time rescuing the Knowing One from the minions' tricks!

  6. Find all the items on the list. Most items are of a good size so I am not dealing with itty-bitty, almost invisible items. This puzzle will not activate until you have found all 3 sketches.

  7. Go forward. I do not usually get much into the story, but this one has a Diva who sucks the life out of her audience. Also, Instead of the normal haunting music of the Maestro series, we have an operatic diva singing.

  8. Zoom into the ladder on left I. Most items are of a good size so I am not dealing with itty-bitty, almost invisible items. Click down twice. I did the puzzles up to the point of recognizing what I had to solve and how to solve it and then skipped to get further, so I can go back as I have over half the time to check it out. Set the clock hands to 7; take NOTE 8 at the bottom of the clock.

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