The Myth Seekers: The Legacy of Vulcan Collectors Edition

As the 1920's draws to a close, political tensions run high in Italy. When a member of the top-secret Myth Seekers agency goes missing, you're called in to discover the truth. Can you recover the Hammer of Vulcan before havoc is unleashed by the ancient gods? Explore picturesque locations across modern Italy and solve challenging puzzles as you clash with the deadly foe of the Myth Seekers!


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As a member of The Pastry Passion Seekers, can you locate your fellow agent while dive deep into the dark history of Vulcan? Nice to have the morphing objects! The mini-games are pleasant to solve and the hidden objects scenes beautiful. You should be able to defend yourself throughout the game with these handy dandy items. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by radrocker from Great story! The visuals are crisp and lovely and the storyline narrative engages you with its old-school feel. Zap the Cyclops. This Inbetween Land is a must-buy for me. Play Amelia, part of the Myth Seekers. I'd like to see what they come up with next time. In the beta you receive the first one, a cornucopia. It is interesting and engaging. I didn't have a problem with the art.

The gaming script is well-written. I was crazy for the cats in the town. Rating: 2 G. Rating: 1 C. The power of the hammer is immense, having belong to Vulcan himself. Highly recommanded. Highly recommanded. The mythical beings and the magical items. Maze puzzle. Actions are made for a good reason that tie in with the plot. Other bonus features include a strategy guide, character pictures, concept art, movies, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. How often do you see a cyclops? Overall I loved the game. Rating: 2 G. Before his disappearance, he was in possession of the Vesuvian Code, which is somehow tied to this hammer.

Play Amelia, part of the Myth Seekers. I Green City: Go South wait to see how the story progresses! Agent Phillip Miller was on a mission to search for the mythological hammer once belonged to the powerful Roman God, Vulcan, when he went missing. I have seen variations Te this in other games, but never one which is solely interactive. The graphics are beautiful and well-depict the Italian countryside. But better morphs than no morphs. You should be able to defend yourself throughout the game with these handy dandy items. Interactive scene. I Thee the story but I thought the gameplay was harder. I didn't have a problem with the art.


Zap the Cyclops. Before his disappearance, he was in possession of the Vesuvian Code, which is somehow tied to this hammer. The mini-games are pleasant to solve and the hidden objects scenes beautiful. Switch rings to match up with their tokens. Pushing one buttons affects the others. Nice to have the morphing objects! However, the other is a new style of HOP scene! One of these is a silhouette in which you locate items. I didn't have any problems with this game. Sequence puzzle. How often do you see a cyclops? I am really enjoying the story in this game! You are called into action when a fellow member, Phillip Miller vanishes. I liked the story but I thought the gameplay was harder.

I kind of like them to be worth looking at when their found. I love the feel of the game, so much so that I felt the need to write this review which I don't do very often. Storybook puzzle. Highly recommanded. My only slight complaint is that the Roman myths concerning Vulcan and then the Vesta Virgins, are a little too much. That is what makes a game good. Connection puzzle. The bonus chapter is what happen afterwards. I give it 5 stars for it's original concept and imaginative creativity! Variation of a tangram puzzle. Actions are made for a good reason that tie in with the plot. Only 13 morphs. The replay of 8 hops and 8 mini-games. How often do you see a cyclops?

A high-quality one with a good storyline about Roman mythology and archaeology at the time of Mussolini. Rating: 2 Very creative. There eighteen achievements — nine which are skilled based and nine which are story-based. I didn't have any problems with this game. Click are items and use them within a scene to locate a doorknob. The controls have a logical feel and the puzzles are difficult without seeming impossible. Pushing one buttons affects the others. I think every thing was nice artwise. However, the background is a complete picture and the tangrams blend in so well with the background, they are difficult to see. On the audio side, we have no issues with the voice-acting and the soundtracks. You collect twelve pictures of Roman gods and goddesses. The pace is excellent. Rating: 2 K. I have been awaiting this game and it was an automatic purchase.

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5 thoughts on “The Myth Seekers: The Legacy of Vulcan Collectors Edition

  1. I haven't finished playing but the challenge level is just right. Overall, the game looks beautiful and has some challenge to it, but the story is what keeps me playing. I think every thing was nice artwise. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by radrocker from Great story! Journey to Italy where an ancient Vesuvian Codex helps you uncover a two thousand year old mystery that revolves around the Roman God, Vulcan and stop the evil Bellona Conti from enacting her scheme with catastrophic consequences.

  2. Beautiful graphics, and good audios. You should be able to defend yourself throughout the game with these handy dandy items. Pushing one buttons affects the others. I think every thing was nice artwise.

  3. Rating: 2 F. I didn't know why I would do some things. I am really enjoying the story in this game! Rating: 2 J. I think all the detail in the story makes it better than most, as do the cats in the cat scenes.

  4. When compared with another mythological HOPA series, Myths of the World , The Myth Seekers is filled with more interesting characters, more historical references, and richer backstories — making it a much more fascinating experience, story wise. Rotate tiles to learn the story about Vulcan. Rating: 2 Very creative. I also liked when the gods would come out in disguise pretending to be plain folk to work mischief. I think every thing was nice artwise.

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