Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies

From Eipix, the makers of the successful series Final Cut, Off the Record, and Sea of Lies, comes more Myths of the World. The rat catcher's after more than rats this time. He's kidnapping fairy folk! Where did these pixies come from, and what do they have to do with your grandfather's fairy tales? Play both traditional and silhouette hidden-object puzzles in this dark fairy tale game. A unique new Q&A puzzle helps you discover your grandfather's tie to the fairy realm.

There is a witch, who has opened portals between the fae world and ours, endangering both worlds in the process. BUT I can't struggle through another unoriginal story and crash issues. Some of the objects need to be built or combined to make them workable. Way better than the last two. Not much back and forth, once you are done with a room you move on. Click here if you're stuck. They always have such imagination to them. I'm now playing a G5 game, Mind Snares thank you Nothingsmurf for suggestion and it's interesting and runs smoothly. Over all, it was not a fun game for me. I personally would have been quite happy with the SE on this game. It added to the story but I felt the game was a little short, and I think the developers used the extra dialogue to make the game longer. I played probably 5 hours over two days, but it really didn't get me involved in what was going on. I can't rate it five stars because of the way it all seemed to fall apart in about the last third of the game. I was not impressed with the storyline but these other parts of the game made up for that, to me anyway.


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Bottom line: I had fun playing the game and that's always the goal! Good ending although it takes too long to get there. The hidden object scenes were delightfully refreshing and different, using a combo of interactive word lists, silhouettes, and interesting picture type clues which were hard to grasp! There are several different hidden object scenes in one. I played in custom mode and had nothing but the map to show areas of interest. No Mtyhs objects, but fairy shoes to collect. But what an improvement this is compared to some of the really lousy and shoddy deliverables BF has trotted out recently. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 Faiiries SparkleGlow from Treasures of the Deep tedious Just found it difficult to stay motivated in this one, so I put it Awakening: The Goblin Kingdom Collectors Edition to the story and just ok graphics. It wasn't. I was not impressed with Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies storyline but these other parts of the game made up for that, to me anyway. The travel through the game was logical so I never felt "lost". I can't rate it five stars because of the way it all seemed to fall apart in Heaven & Hell 2 the last third of the game. I also loved the conversations that you have with the various characters. Not much back and forth, once you are done with a room you move on. The mini-games were poorly thought out and although not easy, they seemed pointless because they weren't fun.

It acted like a child's game yet it was very challenging at the same time. Now that your Grandpa has passed away, the fairies are relying on you to protect them from the evil witch, Ruth and her familiar, a sarcastic owl. The Collectors Edition has the usual extras such as a bonus chapter and built in strategy guide, it also has trophies awarded for achievements, and 36 hidden fairy shoes that make the game really entertaining in my opinion, but either edition is a winner. There were hardly any HOS in this game. The mini-games were poorly thought out and although not easy, they seemed pointless because they weren't fun. There is no map so if you become stuck on where to go next you must use a hint. HO scenes were different which changes up gameplay. I also enjoyed the barkeeper and the little green guy. Click to reveal what's hidden. I've been waiting for more developers to do this. Characters lip synch well in cameo windows, while their background characters are static. DO take time to read the credits its very funny. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lookn4osiris from Love everything from EiPix!

It just didn't get me involved as usual. A couple of things I liked: 1 the music was very nice, and it changed Fairifs each scene. This game is FUN and very whimsical. There is no map so if you become stuck on where to go next you Wkrld: use a hint. And it's better than some of the recent storylines coming out of Big Fish. Walkthrough Table of Contents. I bought the CE version and if it is within your means, the CE is the way to go. The characters have believable, unique personalities and generally fun to engage with; they are definitely not 'wooden'. There is a witch, who has opened portals between the fae world and ours, endangering both worlds in the process. Why not five stars? The dress for the fairy wouldn't prompt until the third try, kept asking "what would grandpa do" I'm guessing not buy this game. The adventure and interaction with characters dominated, but at some point I realized Lucky Clover: Pot OGold was no longer able to puzzle out my next steps through intuitive play. I like the puzzles in a game more Wonderland Mahjong the HOS usually but when they add the riddles it makes the HOS seem more like a puzzle. It was lovely to have a game world in which we were not trekking along completely alone, as Zarya - 1 went about our quest to save the world! Great story-line and unique HO scenes made this refreshing to play.


Now that your Grandpa has passed away, the fairies are relying on you to protect them from the evil witch, Ruth and her familiar, a sarcastic owl. Click here if you're stuck. DO take time to read the credits its very funny. Now, you must honor your grandfather's memory by helping the fairies defeat an evil witch who has been trapping the fairies and using the enegry of their souls to attempt to open the portal that leads into the Fairy world. I'm in hopes my granddaughter will enjoy it when she comes to visit. Also the puzzles were enjoyable. It's a long game. Pros: The art is beautiful. Game play is smooth and intuitive - you know what object to use where. If you don't click in the right place, the game tells you that it is wrong. The Collectors Edition has the usual extras such as a bonus chapter and built in strategy guide, it also has trophies awarded for achievements, and 36 hidden fairy shoes that make the game really entertaining in my opinion, but either edition is a winner. And it's better than some of the recent storylines coming out of Big Fish. They describe each other in a way that's related to the game

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Myths of the World 4: Of Fiends and Fairies CE [04] w/YourGibs - ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS LEPRECHAUN

You can figure out what to do and where to go next without the guide or hint button. Sadly, the game was so full of things that worked in other games - it's excessive, heavy, confusing and dull. That was probably the most interesting part of the game. Once again we are tasked to defeat an evildoer and save the fairy world. The bonus game was a nice long extra chapter, although it was packed with HOPs and play was not at all intuitive. Excellent work on the part of the actors! Click to reveal what's hidden. Click the padlock in the center to lock it in place. Since I won't buy these style ones anymore I'll review the trial. Some of the riddles were in sentence form and some were in picture form. The Queen was forced to marry the elven King, yet her loyalties lay with the Thief, our grandfather. I was not impressed with the storyline but these other parts of the game made up for that, to me anyway. This was one of the best games I've played in a while.

7 thoughts on “Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies

  1. Who are these developers? Imagine that. Objectives and notes will be stored here. Monocle - Your grandfather's monocle will glow when there's magic nearby. The puzzles are all doable with some taking a bit more effort than others.

  2. Excellent work on the part of the actors! This was one of the best games I've played in a while. Now that your Grandpa has passed away, the fairies are relying on you to protect them from the evil witch, Ruth and her familiar, a sarcastic owl.

  3. Graphics were nice. It is clear that the devs paid attention to even the smallest details to make this game superior, enjoy! There are several different hidden object scenes in one. The not-so-much: The biggest issue is too many too-finicky puzzles where you need to touch in EXACTLY the right place or you can't pick up, locate, solve for x, whatever you're supposed to do in that scene. The mini games are almost too simple, such as using a lockpick to tap all of the rungs up, or swapping different shaped tokens along the paths of 4 separate rings.

  4. I love the eipix games. The story was okay, a bit hard to follow at times, but it had a beginning and an end, so that's a good thing. I like quality of art and funfactor of this game.

  5. Diary - Your diary is located in the bottom left corner of your screen. Cons: Too many story lines that are hard to keep track of - the nutty professor, the fairy, the witch, the other fairy, the rat catcher - left me halfway through the game going "who is who and who did what now? The flowers in the vase in one puzzle early in was mentioned by one of the reviewers already, and there are a few more throughout the game. Click to reveal what's hidden.

  6. Great story-line and unique HO scenes made this refreshing to play. BF has never done that. Even though the HOS were fun, I thought the alternate bubble shoot game was much more fun, I could have played that game all day! The Hidden Object scenes are presented in three or four stages.

  7. I was not impressed with the storyline but these other parts of the game made up for that, to me anyway. Just slogging from one character to another trying to end. It really didn't.

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