Maze: Stolen Minds

WARNING: Maze: Stolen Minds contains explicit content and is intended for mature audiences Mad Head Games proudly presents the next spine-tingling installment of the Maze series! After a long day of teaching, you’re looking forward to a relaxing evening. But your plans are interrupted when an unknown assailant takes you prisoner! Whatever experimental procedures were done, they’ve left you seeing strange specters. Can you discern what’s real and escape a madman before it’s too late? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

It's late, it's raining and visibility is poor so her senses are on high alert. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cecilmo from Enjoyable and Challenging Lots of different type game challenges. Lip-sync was off some, but all in all it was okay. Some I just didn't understand what to do. Maze: Stolen Minds has its moments, but pales in comparison to its much more superior predecessors. Apparently not! Jane woke up to find herself trapped in a prison as part as a twisted experiment. The game features a Sanity Meter to add a sense of urgency to the game, but that alone is not enough to add much suspense to the game given how standard the gameplay actually is. Just remember it gets better after the demo. Voiceovers are some of the best. A decent game with no Gadgets Involved! While this game was not my favorite of the series, it's still a good game and definitely worth playing! While there are few twists here and there, they are neither unique nor prominent enough to make the game stand out.

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Lip-sync was off some, but all in all it was okay. It was a tad on the short side or so it felt to me but I really enjoyed it. I highly recommend this game. Some tougher than others. I almost took off a star because of the short length but decided it was such a fun game that I couldn't do that. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cecilmo from Enjoyable and Challenging Lots of different type game challenges. Even if it is kind of a ghost story it had enough other elements that it negated my dislike of the genre. You don't want to lose it, do you? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Taintedfury from Maze: Stolen Minds Another great squeal to this series but my favorite was the first. I am a casual player. Just remember it gets better after the demo. The game features a Sanity Meter to add a sense of urgency to the game, but that alone is not enough to add much suspense to the game given how standard the gameplay actually is. On the audio side, we are not the biggest fans of the soundtracks, as they can be quite repetitive and grating. I really enjoyed the story much more after the demo than I did during.


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Mazd: published: Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the Mins 1-Turn all of the red lights green by turning the valves, 1 can affect others. In addition, Maze: Stolen Minds is also lacking in rationale. You never know Tradewinds Odyssey they might "pop" out! The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are far from original, and the adventure portion Maze: Stolen Minds the game remains relatively easy. If you like difficult mini games and challenging Solitaire Beach Season 2 objects this game is for you. You will find yourself going through continuous obstacles, trying to not only find your way out but to find out just what will be the end. Mazs: went along with the action Summertime Mahjong the scene and were very well done. In this series:. This is posted after playing the entire game. The only problem I had was with the music It was so irritating I almost turned it off. Maze: Stolen Minds all New Yankee in King Arthurs Court 2 Maze games. In addition, Maze: Stolen Minds is also lacking in tSolen. Just remember it gets better after the demo.

I highly recommend this game. In the blink of an eye, Jane finds herself the victim of a maniacal and twisted experiment, when she awakens as a patient at the long-abandoned Mountain View Asylum. A decent game with no Gadgets Involved! I have to admit I was a bit leery about getting this game after playing the demo, but I am so glad I did. The game features a Sanity Meter to add a sense of urgency to the game, but that alone is not enough to add much suspense to the game given how standard the gameplay actually is. You never know when they might "pop" out! While there are few twists here and there, they are neither unique nor prominent enough to make the game stand out. Some tougher than others. Some I just didn't understand what to do. Run all you'd like Jane, but you'll never truly escape this Maze of Stolen Minds! Despite all that visually it's stunning, sound really suits the atmosphere of the game and the puzzles pulls you into the story line itself. In this series:. With this fourth Maze installment, the best-selling series suffers slightly from originality. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are far from original, and the adventure portion of the game remains relatively easy.

On the audio side, we are not the biggest fans of the soundtracks, as they can be quite repetitive and grating. You will, however, get to make Maze: Stolen Minds during your Maze experiences, New Yankee in King Arthurs Court 5 as Fight or Flight, if you make the wrong choice you'll have to play the scene again making the opposite choice. While there are few twists here and there, they are neither unique nor prominent enough to make the game stand out. You almost need to magnify the scene in order to see what's there. I just wish the journals in this series had more information.


Lip-sync was off some, but all in all it was okay. There were plenty of hidden object scenes and mini-games that for the most part I really did enjoy but it's also where they lost a star from my game score. Jane woke up to find herself trapped in a prison as part as a twisted experiment. One of my favorite HOP's was finding 12 "Monsters" in a dark scene with just a beam of light, I have to give kudos to these guys for making me jump several times during the game! They're such fun! I almost took off a star because of the short length but decided it was such a fun game that I couldn't do that. Why yes there is! I just wish the journals in this series had more information. Run all you'd like Jane, but you'll never truly escape this Maze of Stolen Minds! Apparently not! It's late, it's raining and visibility is poor so her senses are on high alert. We thought the location design could use a little more creativity, and perhaps, a splash of colors. Just remember it gets better after the demo. The only problem I had was with the music It was so irritating I almost turned it off.

6 thoughts on “Maze: Stolen Minds

  1. I needed help for both pencils. This place looks abandoned do you not see the man on the mower I'm speaking with? Maze: Stolen Minds has its moments, but pales in comparison to its much more superior predecessors. The graphics at times seemed cartoonish, and there are a ton of logic fails that for me personally, somewhat took away from the realism, because some of them were just hilarious. With this fourth Maze installment, the best-selling series suffers slightly from originality.

  2. If you like difficult mini games and challenging hidden objects this game is for you. TOTAL SCORE You have rated this Jane Patrick was on her way home after a long day of teaching when a mysterious figure jumped out in front of her car in the middle of the road, crashing her car and leaving her unconscious. Jane woke up to find herself trapped in a prison as part as a twisted experiment.

  3. However still this game is fantastic. Why yes it does! I immediately bought the game and settled down to play!

  4. Why yes it does! I clicked and clicked on a stuffed bear and nothing. The graphics at times seemed cartoonish, and there are a ton of logic fails that for me personally, somewhat took away from the realism, because some of them were just hilarious. Run all you'd like Jane, but you'll never truly escape this Maze of Stolen Minds!

  5. Maze: Stolen Minds takes on a darker tone with its visuals. Many of the minis were extremely time consuming and well past my patience level. I needed help for both pencils.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5 by K8lynDenise from Loved this game! You don't want to lose it, do you? In addition, Maze: Stolen Minds is also lacking in rationale.

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