Myths of the World: Behind the Veil Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment brings you the next thrilling installment of the Myths of the World series! It’s Dia de los Muertos, and you’re heading home to celebrate! What starts as a happy reunion with your sister quickly turns dark as evil shadows start attacking locals! With your sister kidnapped, it's up to you to track down the evil spirits to save the town. Will you uncover their dark origins in time, or become the latest victim? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Music was soothing and not intrusive. What's to love: Gorgeous settings. Hopefully we will have more as the game progresses. There were details I really loved: the Player Character makes notes on her hand. Graphics are very nice, very clear, but I did notice a "wave" over the face of our heroine in close ups. Animation is smooth and quite realistic. My review is based on the entire game and it looks as if I am in the minority here because I absolutely loved Myths of the World Behind the Veil. HOPs are varied, the scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find. Love the skipping stones alternative. Date published: It would be great to be able to do this in a game as well. None of games in this series, or any series for that matter, are intended to be educational, except perhaps the Smithson ones.

Some elements in the story look very familiar: lovers that have been separated, someone trying to get a deal not crossing the line between life and death. Love the skipping stones alternative. I thoroughly enjoyed this game, in fact, it is among my favorites. Just enjoy the play. Still, it is it's own story and is well done. I loved this game! Kudos to EIPIX for taking us to a new part of the world in Behind the Veil and for bringing a beautiful part of Mexican culture to life — your team did an awesome job with this game. I have all of the others, but not all are CE versions. Animation is smooth and quite realistic. Myths of the World: Behind the Veil is a must-have game for me. What's to love: Gorgeous settings. For some the puzzles might seem very easy but I am guessing that most gamers enjoy puzzles that are not "rip your hair out" difficult. This Collector's Edition offers the usual Achievements to earn, and there are 41 Hidden Items to collect. Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there. There were details I really loved: the Player Character makes notes on her hand.

I hope all fellow gamers have a good and very healthy So the day of the dead gains a macabre meaning: the dead are actually among us. These are not as easy to see as you think. The graphics are excellent with good voiceovers but it is a bit odd that the lip-syncing seems to be a hit or miss sort of thing. HOS are variable and some quite creative, puzzles not very difficult in the demo — may change later in the game. Kudos to EIPIX for taking us to a new part of the world in Behind the Veil and for bringing a beautiful part of Mexican culture to life — your team did an awesome job with this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowview from the game I have been waiting for Based on completed full game. Just enjoy the play. I hope the trend will continue because I am quite sick of the drab, evil-themed games. I have always loved untangle the ropes puzzles so I found this one a lot of fun. And Diego, our talking skull - never had the honour of working with one before - he was a bit lame, he could have been much cheekier in the few lines he had. Still, it is it's own story and is well done.


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Despite my personal reservations: congrats! Animation is smooth and quite realistic. One of my favorite Myths of the World installment! I actually don't mind Vejl puzzles, as long as they are fun. Thanks for the reviews. Music was soothing and not intrusive. Puzzles aren't difficult, although a couple took me longer than I expected them Cpllectors. The HOPS are absolutely a delight with items that are well depicted. That is a great feature for me. Hopefully we will have more as the game progresses. Voices are very well done, and are age and character appropriate. The Mini Games are easy Virtual Families medium in difficulty. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rjohn Nightmare on the Pacific Myths of the World:Behind the Veil Some Wprld: the reviews did not do this game justice.

It would be great to be able to do this in a game as well. The story enfolds well enough. This story reminded me a lot of the Cadenza series, which I love. With this myth we may take part in a Mexican tradition: the Day of the Dead. The graphics are gorgeous the mini-games are mostly original and challenging, and there's no cute little talking animal to help along the way. I wish the main character's story was a bit stronger and the puzzles weren't so time-consuming, and it felt like the game went on a bit too long. In one, my ideas of jewellery collided with those of the makers of the game. In a book I can go back and reread passages as often as I want. Still, it is it's own story and is well done. I loved this game! The hint system is very helpful and it did transport to longer locations, which came in quite handy, since you do quite a lot of back tracking. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shunterfl from Don't Believe the Naysayers I don't ordinarily write reviews, but I felt compelled to do so on behalf of this game.

The colors and the blend of Aztec and Spanish Culture are wonderful. Despite my personal reservations: congrats! We need to help Elena, who was hurt and fled to the graveyard. Date published: As always, there is some blurring in the tje ups as well, which seems to be the norm lately with all the games. But it will not be easy to overcome the dangerous shadow Behijd. The story was interesting enough to make me Luxor Solitaire to play it out and see where it goes. I'd love to see more like this. This Collector's Edition offers the usual Achievements to earn, and there are 41 Hidden Items to collect.


13 thoughts on “Myths of the World: Behind the Veil Collectors Edition

  1. This Collector's Edition offers the usual Achievements to earn, and there are 41 Hidden Items to collect. The story enfolds well enough. The production team did a great job with the sights and sounds. But the unruly ride on the boat has shaken us, we have a feeling, something is not quite right at the party.

  2. Having spent lots of time in Mexico, I can attest to the authenticity of much in this game. Some of the other puzzles were a bit difficult to figure out because the instructions were not very helpful, which is one of the major problems with most games from this developer. It is certainly on my buy list. Characters who aren't from northern Europe. These are not as easy to see as you think.

  3. The setting is beautifully done. The Mini Games are easy to medium in difficulty. Those looking for an intense challenge won't get it from the game either. The game is on my list of seasonal games.

  4. Probably the best bonus chapter I've ever played. Wish my Spanish was a bit more elaborate to describe my enjoyment of Myths of the World: Behind the Veil. Voices are very well done, and are age and character appropriate. All we have are 35 signs, which look like multi-colored scorpions. Most of the time, the game is pretty predictable.

  5. They even show emotion and not just someone reading a script. HOS are variable and some quite creative, puzzles not very difficult in the demo — may change later in the game. I love puzzles in HOPA games and even though some puzzles are familiar there are still some surprises in difficulty. Surprise ending. But really, incredibly immersive and I also recommend the CE for the bonus game.

  6. HOPs are varied, the scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find. Colors are beautiful, bright and true. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. The story was interesting enough to make me want to play it out and see where it goes.

  7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rjohn from Myths of the World:Behind the Veil Some of the reviews did not do this game justice. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. You're not bored with the same old same old.

  8. Still, it is it's own story and is well done. It would be great to be able to do this in a game as well. Another issue: the final battle. In one, my ideas of jewellery collided with those of the makers of the game. The graphics are gorgeous the mini-games are mostly original and challenging, and there's no cute little talking animal to help along the way.

  9. Music was soothing and not intrusive. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainworm from Calavera — are the dead among us?

  10. The production team did a great job with the sights and sounds. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. As always, there is some blurring in the close ups as well, which seems to be the norm lately with all the games. Some tunes were great, some were too soothing, too monotonous for my taste. Surprise ending.

  11. Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Day of the Dead? Haven't seen people doing this nowadays. Probably the best bonus chapter I've ever played.

  12. Yes, I am going to add the CE to my collection. Wish my Spanish was a bit more elaborate to describe my enjoyment of Myths of the World: Behind the Veil. With the recent trend of games being so drab, Behind the Veil grabbed my attention because the graphics are beautiful and the scenes are full of vibrant color. I'd love to see more like this. Kudos to EIPIX for taking us to a new part of the world in Behind the Veil and for bringing a beautiful part of Mexican culture to life — your team did an awesome job with this game.

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