Hidden Objects – Mystery Tales 8 (Free To Play): Review
January 8th, 2021
Uncover another museum mystery in the bonus chapter.
Search for cleverly hidden collectibles!
Challenge yourself with achievements and replayable HOPS!
Enjoy exclusive concept art, wallpapers, music, and more!
One of the most terrifying hidden object games awaits you with an intriguing tale about Egyptian gods and rulers.
Look for fascinating objects and collectibles, learn the stories behind them, and buy items for your room.
DominiGames has published another fantastic HOPA game in the Mystery Tales series, released on 8th January 2021.
Moro has been found guilty of black magic, and the Inquisitor is using the holy fire to cleanse him.
But Moro stood firm, telling the Inquisitor that a mere fire would not be enough to defeat anyone as cruel as him and that it would only make him stronger.
Later, an old acquaintance of yours is hosting a new exhibition about the Black Plague and Moro, one of the Plague Doctors.
When she comes across a mysterious artifact, and ever since then she’s having nightmares.
She calls on you to investigate and solve numerous riddles. Moro the Plague Doctor’s malevolent spirit threatens the museum and your mate!
Now it’s up to you to figure out where the spirit came from and stop it before it’s too late.
The gameplay is somewhat similar to other Domini games in that it involves interactive support from the characters and objects.
The indicator will chart your progress as you find Morphing gemstones hidden in the game.
The task notebook is where you keep track of your current activities.
You may also select inventory objects marked with a plus symbol to review them in greater detail. To complete actions, you will need to use inventory.
Characters will provide you with valuable information and objects that will help you advance through the game.
There’s also a shop button where you can buy coins and gems, as well as see how many coins and crystals are available.
The graphics are very good, and the colors are also very vivid, creating a beautiful atmosphere, just like in other Domini games.
There is also voice acting, which is to be anticipated, but the background music is not particularly enjoyable.
Enjoyable, although we didn’t care for the mini-games because there were so many of them and we didn’t really know what to do, thank goodness for walkthroughs.
The violet didn’t seem to turn green when adjacent to green gems until the mini-games after the dissipating potion.
It’s too frustrating, and we don’t even have the patience to try again and again.
Hopefully, the developers would find a solution and attempt to provide fewer mini-games.