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The Fantasy Art of the Mystery Age Games - An Overview

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In the Mystery Age hidden object games, the player / protagonist travels to exotic and fantastical locations to save her village of Westwind and defeat the machinations of the Chaos God. The fantasy art in these hidden object fantasy games is not cluttered with implausibly placed or sized objects solely to make challenging hidden object scenes -- and in this way, this game series is better than most.

After a powerful storm threatens your village, your father has decided to venture out in search of it`s cause. This exciting Hidden Object Adventure game will have you track down the pieces of the ancient Imperial Staff to stop the mysterious black rain, and save your father from an evil spirit! Explore the wilderness and solve perplexing puzzles as you search for this mythical weapon in Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff.

Fantasy game art from Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff

Stop the Chaos God's Dark Priests once and for all! Amber must head back to Westwind Village to put an end to the evil for good! After defeating the Chaos Gods with the help of two shaman in Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff, Amber believed that her adventures were over, but a letter from Sister Martha sends her on an all-new adventure in Mystery Age: The Dark Priests. Scour Hidden Object scenes to save Westwind Village once and for all! (A Strategy Guide / Walkthrough is also available).

This second title in the Mystery Age hidden object series involves a lot of back and forth across many scenes, which extends the game overall, but can feel tiresome at times revisiting the same hidden object scene over and over.

Fantasy game art from Mystery Age: The Dark Priests

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