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  1. Lost Grimoires 2 : Shard of Mystery

    Just in time for the end of the year Artifex Mundi has released another hidden object game for consoles. Lost Grimoires 2 : Shard of Mystery is the latest port from PC from the company – and a great sequel to the original. You play as the medic to the King of House Griffins. The kingdom has just ended a 4 year war with Drosera, an evil witch, and her crystal army. With the help of several alchemists, the King was able to trap her in the Chasm Mirror. The mirror cracked, and a small shard became lost. Even with peace in the kingdom, the war has taken its toll on the aged King and he falls ill as Drosera threatens her revenge, and soon passes away. 12 years pass and the young prince is about to be crowned the new King. But before the coronation ceremony, the Prince decides to show the Chasm Mirror to Rose, his girlfriend that he has been keeping a secret from the rest of the kingdom. While they are looking at the mirror Rose places the missing shard back into the mirror and tries to free Drosera. It is up to you to save the Kingdom from the evil witch, her crystal army and maintain the fragile peace. Game play is identical to the first game. You must complete hidden object games and mini games to find items needed to solve other puzzles and complete the story. As the medic, you must also complete different potions throughout the game. These require you to collect 3 ingredients then play a match 3 type game to gather enough elements to complete the process. While this adds another dimension of gameplay – it tends to get a bit boring. The game only has the main story, which can be played in casual or expert modes, but the lack of an extra chapter, or alternate to the hidden object puzzles does decrease the amount of play time for the title. Graphics are beautiful as always. The details in both the regular environments and the hidden object scenes are very precise. The objects are well drawn, and they are varied from the previous games. This is nice because if you have played the other games from this designer, you won’t see the same anchor or rose sprite used. The music is appropriate for the story and the scenes and never over shadows the spoken dialogue. The voice acting is good – but does get a bit repetitive during the final battle. Lost Grimoires 2 : Shard of Mystery is now available for the Xbox One for $9.99. If you haven’t played the 1st installment in the Lost Grimoires series you can pick up a package that has both games in it for $14.99 – which is a great value. 8/10
  2. Dark Arcana : The Carnival

    Artifex Mundi has once again reached into their vast library of hidden object puzzle games and released one on consoles. Dark Arcana : The Carnival is no ordinary trip to the circus, but when was the last time you had a normal day? You arrive at a traveling carnival to speak with a fellow police office standing next to a young girl. Her mother was kidnapped while they were visiting the carnival and it is up to you to save her and discover what is really going on under the big top. But as soon as you walk into the venue something seems very out of place, but exactly what is not obvious right away. Once again you are treated to a story filled with twists and turns as you work your way through this point and click adventure. Not only will you have to deal with hidden object puzzles but there are also a wide variety of puzzle and mini ga,es that you will have to deal with to unravel the mystery. Like previous games you can skip puzzles that are too difficult for you, and there is an option to the hidden object games. This time it is a card matching game called Monte Carlo, where to clear hidden objects you must match like adjacent cards with specially marked cards. The graphics in the game are on par with the rest of the catalogue of games. Each location is skillfully depicted and is an interesting mix of mystery and macabre. The music and sound effects escalate the level of suspense throughout the game. The hidden object layouts are well done and will cause you to have a keen eye, but not pull your hair out looking for obscure named items. No matter your skill level you will get several hours worth of game play out of this title. There is the main story and an epilogue to complete. If you are going to 100% the game, it will require at least 2 play throughs of the main story and 1 of the epilogue. Considering the sticker price of the game is $9.99, you will more than get your money out of it. 7/10
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