Hidden Objects – Mystery Tales 9 (Free To Play): Review
January 20th, 2021
Stop an evil demon in the bonus game!
Look for the hidden books pages, coins, and artifacts.
Stop horror movie director and Twola TV company's filthy desires.
Save the residents from the Twola's SuperTVs
Enjoy tons of collectibles, morphings, replayable mini-games, and puzzles!
Discover the reality about Twola’s television company and save the locals from death.
DominiGames has introduced a new conspiracy game to the Mystery Tales series, released on 20th January 2021.
Before a new television corporation came in and changed everything, Twola was just another dying small town in Europe.
Twola TV Company is giving away free SuperTVs to every resident in the game to celebrate their ten years of success!
When people begin to die in front of their televisions, some scientists begin to ask questions to solve and investigate paranormal cases.
Now it’s up to you and Natalie to solve this mysterious case and uncover the truth that will enthrall you!
Reveal the horror movie maker’s dirty impulses and figure out who’s really behind the Twola TV Company’s conspiracy!
The gameplay is very close to that of other Domini games, and it necessitates the use of interactive characters and objects.
Characters can provide you with valuable information about your current tasks as well as other tasks.
There’s also a task notebook where you can keep track of your current objectives.
Some objects require additional actions, such as dragging them to other objects to complete actions, to be found.
Instead of searching for hidden objects, you can play a Match-3 puzzle game.
Zoom in and out to get a better look at places and look for hidden items.
The shop button allows you to purchase coins and displays the number of coins available.
The graphics aren’t spectacular, but they’re adequate and contribute to the game’s dark atmosphere.
Like other Domini games, there is a voice narration, and the in-game music adds to the excitement.
Fantastic game with an intriguing storyline and adequate visuals.
However, the coin system troubled us; unlike other Domini games, the game only gives you one coin instead of five after watching advertising.
The TV heartbeat lineup is also messed up due to a bug. It would not line up no matter what we did.
In future updates, developers can hopefully fix the bugs and upgrade the coin system.