The realm was once home to an ancient civilization, which has long since disappeared, leaving behind relics of unknown power. Across the land, factions fight over the mosaics, some seeking to solve their code, others afraid of what might happen if their power is unlocked. Do you have the wits to unravel the mystery? Find out in Mystery Mosaics!
I do wish to clarify a comment made by a fellow reviewer who likens grid games to Sudoku as griddlers are nothing at all like Sudoku. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from Great game, but needs to work better I love it and I am buying it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Pickles77 from My favourite game so far!!!! Plus, if I'd had to enter a new name, it would have saved the old game even if I started over! So it's better, I think, than the Fantasy series, which doesn't let you make enough mistakes. Along each side are sets of numbers. I am so irritated, I do not ever want to play the game again because I have to start over from the beginning. While I agree with much of what's already been said, for me there was a major drawback to this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by Poodlebear from Came back looking for more. I don't review games often, but I felt I had to review this game since I feel it has gotten an undeserved low rating. The final pictures resulting from completion of the puzzle are realistic looking. Plus I hate this type of mosaic where you have to right click to eliminate the unused squares. Grab your hard hats and put your brains in gear in this excellent 5-star nonogram game. Personally I could care less about this aspect. If this doesn't bother you, then you'll likely enjoy this game, especially with a free game code or on sale!
VideoMindware Mystery Mosaics Book Number 5 Coloring Book Review - Family Toy Report You can use up to 6 hints per level you probably won't use any and you are allowed up to 5 mistakes. Definitely worth running through the demo, it was very simple initially, but got more complex quickly. Lots of browns, beiges, mustards, weird brick reds, slate blues: grey is added to nearly every color in the puzzles. The storyline was ok, as was the music and sound fx. Also, the squares are much smaller than they need to be -- I'm running this game in fullscreen mode but there's a lot of unused real estate. He was talking to me at the time. Kudos to the Developers on a fantastic game, job well done!! After playing just the demo itself, I was able to solve so many grids, that I would never get my money's worth because at this pace, I'll finish the game in about an hour or an hour in and a half. In Mystery Mosaic 2 the result of completing a group of 10 puzzles involves the rebuild of the City of the Ancients. There are 2 game settings: pic-a-pic or fill-a-pic. I played the standard, easier my opinion fill and cross mode. But play the demo and judge for yourself.
Excellent game. There are no mini-games between levels. You don't get any bonuses, power-ups or super powers, you just get to build a virtual building, what's the point? It was all logic. There is no "Are you sure, all progress will be lost" warning, it just starts over immediately with the very first puzzle. VERY challenging but I loved that if you worked carefully and understood the concept you never had to guess, unlike many of this sort. Kudos to the Developers on a fantastic game, job well done!! I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. You can use up to 6 hints per level you probably won't use any and you are allowed up to 5 mistakes. As you play the one-hundred puzzles within this game, you will earn points which will be used to purchase buildings and other items for this new town. Just let me go on to the next puzzle, please. I had to continually remind myself that pink was a tile that still needed attention. However, I would recommend this game for beginners, or someone who is looking for an easy breezy game to relax and enjoy! The storyline was ok, as was the music and sound fx.
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I really like these kinds of games and this one had good graphics and a somewhat Jewel Quest Solitaire storyline. Love the music. Excellent game. I enjoyed my hour solving the grids, and it was a good game, I'm sure it will receive many 5 star ratings, but I want a little more of Mahjong Journey of Enlightenment challenge. I do wish to clarify a comment made by a fellow reviewer who likens grid games to Sudoku as griddlers are nothing at all like Sudoku. I don't even true mosaic lovers will go for this one. I'm not even waiting for Bonus Punch Monday, I'm off to purchase it The game is Good. The graphics were not up to par and the music is annoying. You Mystery Mosaics purchase buildings with your earned income, to build a town, but I found this feature worthless. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Shumana from As grid puzzles go. In the meantime, I'm looking forward to new time management games for Mystery Mosaics Mac users. I really enjoy these puzzles.
It allows you enough errors that you aren't starting over all the time--unless you are going for that perfect score. I highly recommend this game if you like Sudoku games or any type of mathematical puzzle. It's not like it is giving me anything! Visually great with good sound and progressive difficulty. After playing just the demo itself, I was able to solve so many grids, that I would never get my money's worth because at this pace, I'll finish the game in about an hour or an hour in and a half. And happy holidays a new one did come out! There are 2 modes of play as indicated in the game description. The game is Good. When I saw who the developer was I couldn't wait to start put I should have because you have to go through the lame tutorial or you can't advance. I love grid puzzles, especially the Fantasy Mosaics series, and this one is alright, but compared to others, not great. While there were options to playing, it didn't offer the fun factor of others, and I found myself getting bored halfway through the hour trial. First time through I only did the standard nonogram puzzles because I didn't understand the other sort but I must have been tired or something because when I returned I saw they worked under the same principle as minesweeper. I don't review games often, but I felt I had to review this game since I feel it has gotten an undeserved low rating.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Pickles77 from My favourite game so far!!!! This one is challenging and fun. This one is excellent! At least I didn't have to turn anything down - lol. Definitely worth running through the demo, it was very simple initially, but got more complex Mystery Mosaics. However, the puzzles are excellent with no guessing involved, the difficulty is progressing nicely and the buildings are really cute.