Mystery Tales: The Other Side

Domini Games proudly presents a chilling Mystery Tales game that will have you switching off your TV at night! Twola was just another dying small town, until a new television company moved in and turned everything around. Now, to celebrate 10 years of success, Twola TV is giving away free TVs to every resident. But when people start dying in front of their TVs, some scientists start asking questions. Join your friend Natalie to solve this strange case, before Twola becomes a real ghost town in this suspenseful hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Can't put my finger on it, but it just didn't grab me. But when people start dying in front of their TVs, some scientists start asking questions in their desire to solve mystery games and paranormal cases. There are many tokens to move in the difficult mode, so it is a difficult puzzle. Once again, somebody in the graphics department, got a little crazy with the blues and purples. Prof Landon was the first. The door shuts. Hello friends! As in previous games, you receive a gimmicky pair of glasses which allow you to see the past. A helpful and useful Strategy Guide will always show you your next move and give useful advice on playing hidden objects adventure! I wish that HOG would morph with the times and become more grand. Not just a splash here, a dab there, I'm talking about blue hues on top of purple hues, layered with a few more coats of blue, and a half a gallon of purple More Screenshots for iPad Mystery Tales: The Other Side Description Twola was just another dying small town hidden deep in Europe, until a new television company moved in and turned everything around.

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Personally, I am tired of these gimmicks. That's pretty much the plot in a nutshell. Free evil TVs, people dying, demons want to come back Ice Cream Dee Lites life, and you get to investigate. WE love it! Add the fact that the artwork is Mystery Tales: The Other Side over-colored and tends to fuzz out in psychic scenes and between locations; that you will have to perform a whole list of trite actions seen in most other games; that the majority of puzzles were more exercises in placement than intellectual challenges; and Domini has at least one unhappy player - me. It looks like this case is right up your alley as an Gods vs Humans of paranormal events, so you grab your trusty glasses and off you go to solve another mysterious case. We would both be sad then. I really enjoyed Summer Resort Mogul detective in this game, as the actions to take are easy to intuit unlike some games. Once again, somebody in the graphics department, got a little crazy with the blues and purples. The tokens can only move to certain locations, and with so many tokens, I felt is was difficult. What you buy determines what you see in the future. Is there a human standing behind all this, or something paranormal is engaged as well? Enjoy tons of collectibles, morphings, re-playable games and puzzles! There are sixteen 16 wallpapers and thirty-eight 38 achievements to earn. The Mystery Tales are a series dealing with supernatural occurrances, behind which mostly an evil mind is to be found.

Thanks for another fantastic game and for taking care of the crash so quickly!!! Following a diagram position a policeman as shown within the diagram. The good news is that all that color goes well with those stupid Glasses. However, for me, this is a pass. I much prefer hearing the sfx and voices when we have them. Follow directions and plot a path to get to the police station. Logic puzzle. I was right, but illogically unhappy. Matching puzzle. Is my count off, or is this really 9 in this series? We have glasses that we must use to see past events, in order to learn what is happening and why, as well as collect needed items to progress in the game. Each puzzle has option of easy or hard. There is an odd little whiny sound when there is an area to look at Im tired of magic and Im tired of mist. Yes, this is where we have a lot of challenge.

I want a story that makes sense for the puzzles that are presented. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for it Mysfery all. Animation is quite realistic in facial and body movements, except the puppy is a bit stiff. There are black bars and some of the scenes are blurry as well. I was shocked how poorly constructed it is.


Logic puzzle. Trial and error Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by codom from Beautiful but One Big Cliche As others have mentioned in their reviews, this game is plaqued by logic flaws and cliches The premise was unique - an evil space entity is basically using a local TV company to harvest souls. Those "what if's" may have become what now's, in the town, that a corporation grew a city around. The bug has been fixed and the game is great! This game has it all! Not even worth a game credit for me. These morph quickly and are easy to miss. So much so that I played when I should have been doing other things Most of the games that come out now I found incredibly boring but about one in ten grabs my attention and this was one of them. Personally, I would rather see another collectible and morphing objects. I much prefer hearing the sfx and voices when we have them. Once again, somebody in the graphics department got a little crazy with the blues and purples. HOP scenes are a mixed bag as far as variety and are basically okay but nothing too different.

I will most likely replay this game simply because there is a lot to do and it took me a long time to get through it the first time. We have to find coins in order to put our college back together, and it is quite the mess. We can choose between easy and hard. Don't ask what it took to open the first aid kit. But if you don't mind that, it's a decent game. We have glasses that we must use to see past events, in order to learn what is happening and why, as well as collect needed items to progress in the game. I hate collecting coins to purchase items. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by catmartie from What? Matching puzzle. What if something otherworldly had the ability to use our televisions as a means to visit our world from The Other Side? Yes, this is where we have a lot of challenge. Found yourself stuck during the game? Personally, I would rather see another collectible and morphing objects.

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7 thoughts on “Mystery Tales: The Other Side

  1. It was lengthy and so was the bonus game. Found yourself stuck during the game? The game is really long with an equal mix of HOPs and puzzles. What if your television was responsible?

  2. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. This game is old school in design. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mborobabe from mystery tales great game loved it hints when needed but didn't use unless was really stuck Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Too much TV could kill you But playing video games will exercise your mind. I spent a lazy Sunday playing and it did not disappoint. In this case, not only are 3 and 4-Star reviews still appearing on the first page but 2-Star and even a 1-Star rated review!

  3. Finding artifacts and coins adds another dimension, too - keeps you alert, and busy clicking on random objects for fun morphs and animations. The good news is that all that color goes well with those stupid Glasses. What you buy determines what you see in the future.

  4. We have to find coins in order to put our college back together, and it is quite the mess. Using three dials with holes upon them, turn and position them so that six 6 each of two items are revealed through the holes. Just in case I wasn't sure that logic was dead, I entered Professor Landon's lab, where I had to freeze the refrigerator lock with Nitrogen, hunt up a hammer to break the frozen lock, mix ingredients into rust remover, use the rust remover on a locked box in a locked cabinet in another room, take the hint for the sprinkler system out, use the hint on the sprinkler puzzle, to finally put out a fire started by a demon! BFG has a big and growing problem in these areas and we're reaching the saturation point with the same old series, same old actions, and non-existent challenge in most of the adventure games these days. I figured this out in the police station, right after I got the hamster food out of the frosted minifrig and the hamster charged my batteries for me!

  5. There are four items for each item listed to be found. Many collectables, good visuals and suiting music round up the package. The premise was unique - an evil space entity is basically using a local TV company to harvest souls. The puzzles are varied, and manageable except for a couple.

  6. The interactive hidden object games were excellent. Very nice combination. I really like this series and I have them all. The puzzles are varied, and manageable except for a couple. I think it's a safe bet to assume this game probably isn't worth wasting time on by the majority of HOPA fans.

  7. Not that easy as you will need to press a button for the picture to come together as one unit. Finding artifacts and coins adds another dimension, too - keeps you alert, and busy clicking on random objects for fun morphs and animations. In case you still want to give it a whirl, here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Ever get that creepy vibe that somebody's watching you?

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