Once upon a time, there was a man who went from town to town with songs and poetry, capturing the souls of children. From generation to generation, the tale was told. But every fairy tale has its true bitter beginning. Now a new evil has visited the town of Arbourshire, and children have been going missing. A mysterious puppet theatre seems to be at the centre of their disappearance. The town is in an uproar! A mob roams the streets and the Brothers Grimm have assigned the task of discovering the truth behind the Fairy Tale Mystery to you! Discover the truth behind the myth and save the children!
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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kordi from Fairy Tale Mysteries: the puppet thief Fun, interesting, challenging-not frustrating! It was reasonably long mini game with the premium level. When evil Puppeteer kidnaps souls of innocent kids, you're assigned your first mission as Brothers Grimm's investigator - search a method to conquer the malefactor and bring rescue to all in need. My only complaint Pull the boxes until you uncover and collect the knife. Graphics, sound effects and technically it was excellent. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Rebr from Well, actually, I liked!! The cutscenes were plain fun, nothing Art of Murder: Secret Files scary, nothing too tame. Put the scale into the hand. I am just glad I have already played some SpiderMania Solitaire their another mini games or I may not be as interested in always purchasing their mini games. I agree with those who complained that the HOS were revisited and often had "card x 4" objects. I believe I'd like to own this if it had enough levels to engage me awhile. It made you really want to save those poor children!
Examine the bird; scare it using the stone. Can't wait for the next Fairy Tale Mysteries. All in all, quite an enjoyable game but just a little short. I hate puzzles, but skipped only one, a slider. Also cool was when a letter from them would get through the magic barrier to advance the story. Q: What is your strategy? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from a game with awesome, crisp graphics!!!!! Q: What is your strategy? Talk to the odd man. We've made sure to include plenty of screenshots clearly marking all key objects and detailed instructions to help you hunt down the monster who's been stealing the souls of the town's children and help you on your very first Grimm Brother's quest. Cut the scarecrow stiches; collect the medallion. And when you started with an area, you stuck with it using your inventory there.
Go to the bar. I consulted the guide a couple of times toward the end when I wasn't sure where to go next and found it to be very helpful. Examine the crate; take the rope. Love this game - it suits me to a T! The hint system was good- not too much, nor too little. Will rate more later Tweens might enjoy this game, but it could be too scarey for younger children. It's not overly difficult, the scenes are lovely, and the story line is entertaining. In this game it flowed logically from an area to the other. Light hTe using the lit torch. You get to know the ins and the outs, the good and the bad, the pretty and the ugly Hidden Expedition: Neptunes Gift Collectors Edition the game. Character's voices hold Mtsteries: emotional tones when speaking which goes along with the characters themselves. Examine the dart board; get the journal entry and the hint to the bar door puzzles solution. This makes for more enjoyment of the game, as the irritation factor is not there.
Zoom into the vanity. Nice variety of puzzles and mini-games with varying degrees of difficulty. Love this game - it suits me to a T! Zoom into the drawer; take the moon key. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by siladan from Better Than Expected!! I'm a sucker for both. Use it to conquer him and bring home all who have been lost! Fortunately, some reviewers said the magic words: great story and beautiful graphics. Light it using the lit torch. You can also create a custom difficulity setting. That does not mean that the HOS scenes are easy. The story line was well done and drove the story forward.
A lot of thought went into developing this gorgeous game into a very polished game with smooth and fluid gameplay. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kordi from Fairy Tale Mysteries: the puppet thief Fun, interesting, challenging-not frustrating! Memorable characters. No, it's not the most intellectually challenging game I've played, but it was relaxing, enjoyable and easy to follow. I liked the whole Brothers Grimm setting and it leaves things open enough for them The Brothers Grimm to have tons more games It was reasonably long mini game with the premium level. Easy enough for youngish children but story line and graphics frightening for them. I enjoyed the historical tidbits in the journal that gave a bit of background information. Examine the gas tank; push it over. I hate puzzles, but skipped only one, a slider. Too a lot of ho but still worth it. The places I had to visit were so visually interesting that I kept moving quickly because I was curious as to what I'd find in the next scene.
I believe I'd like to own this if it had enough levels to engage me awhile. I adored the Grimm brothers occasional visitation, was delighted by the hauntingly beautiful music, thought the voice-overs were first rate, and read each line of the journal which are usually so boring that I skip them completely. Not too hard but kept me entertained. Very short premium chapter. Follow the trace of magical happenings to explore sorcerer's blind spot. Just want id played sooner! The hint button recharged quickly, which is a big plus in my book. But I would rather have a short game that I absolutely love and hate for it to end, than a long, tedious drudgery of a game that labors on and on until you're sick of it. There were no moving figures within the scenes. The controls were lagging sometimes. Zoom into the vanity. If you wait to puchase this one on a half-price sale you will get your money's worth. That was cool.