Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger

Mariaglorum Company brings you a chilling new case in Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger! When a police station is attacked, you're called in to help investigate. Things take an unexpected turn when the clues point to an ancient dagger and the spectre that wields it! With such a dangerous foe, and countless families in danger, can you uncover the fiend’s origins and save the day? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger

The graphics were mostly on point except Virtual Villagers Origins 2 a character would look like the Tradewinds Classic in an Vagrant Hearts ps2 game. Mariaglorum has put together something where all of the parts work, and work well. While I am one who usually hates puzzles the majority of these felt me like mini games and weren't mind boggling. I found I didn't need to use the interactive map at all because you only travelling within a few scenes at a time before you move on. The Hidden Object Scenes themselves aren't that special, but they are highly interactive. This time the bonus game carries on from the main game, so if you are waiting to get the SE, I just wanted to let you know now. I beta tested this Mstery and have been watching Book of Legends it to come out. I've seen them all before but I always enjoy doing them again. Upon your initial investigation, evidence and clues point to the involvement of an ancient dagger. I thought it was quite a long game, probably because there is so much to Mystrry in each Acients:. The enemy has breached the castle gates, as they Mhstery at the threshold, they make their demands. Get them all and you get an achievement. Very hard to pull Mywtery away and I know every player out there will enjoy it. One feature I've always liked, that's offered by this dev, is that you can refer to the Collections Icon, and see exactly where you missed finding a collectible, because the missing collectible spot glows and tells you which scene the missing collectible is located in. Happy playing fishies.

The music is orchestral and nice to listen to. I thought it was quite a long game, probably because there is so much to do in each scene. I enjoyed the puzzles, the story and something very positive for me it was not very long. While I am one who usually hates puzzles the majority of these felt me like mini games and weren't mind boggling. The graphics are great - colours are bright but not garish and everywhere is clear to see - no gloomy scenes. Sure, this story has been done before, but I gotta give Mariaglorum credit for putting a fresh perspective aspect to an age old storyline. The cutscenes and animations in this game are second to none, every moment of the game is certainly a feast for the eyes. The devs have really let their imaginations loose and produced the most inventive game I've played for a long time. They also tend toward storylines or premises that feel a bit Reliable, level-headed, and didn't have that irritating tendency to run off in the middle of the action. The Hidden Object Scenes themselves aren't that special, but they are highly interactive. Even if you don't like mini-games much, these are all very accomplishable to do in a short amount of time. Still, based on the overall experience that stuff wasn't worth knocking off even one star. It runs very smoothly and when you think you don't have a puzzle, it's staring you in the face.

Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dazzleceil from Masterpiece I am so enthralled Zumas Revenge the story and different challenges of the puzzles, I highly recommend this game. I thought it was quite a Virtual Families 2 game, probably because there is so much to do in each scene. One feature I've always liked, that's offered by this dev, is that you can refer to the Collections Icon, and see exactly where you missed finding a collectible, because the missing collectible spot glows and tells you which scene the missing collectible is located in. I have all the games in the MOA series and this is the best one I've seen - they've outdone themselves. All up the game and bonus took me about 6 hours or so, playing during the week. All up the game and bonus took me about 6 hours or so, playing during the week. Below are brief descriptions of some of the Amcients: you'll encounter during the demo: MMystery Click on tumbler wheels Ancienfs: match symbols shown on the clue, that automatically posts above the lock. The HO scenes were terrific, the story line was engaging. But Black Dagger surprised me all Kings Smith 2 way through from start to finish. Mariaglorum has put together something where all of the parts work, and work well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fredandethel from claws This is a great series, and The Musketeers: Victorias Quest seven goes to a new level! Duncan was a great sidekick to have around. Duncan was a great sidekick to have around. There are a huge variety of different mini-games to play.


Also, I'd really love it if we could stop throwing away knives and pairs of scissors after the first use. The main game took us around four hours to complete, and the bonus chapter, which is equally solid, took us another hour or so. This is the first game in ages that I really had to look hard to find them. This time the bonus game carries on from the main game, so if you are waiting to get the SE, I just wanted to let you know now. The story line was fantastic! The graphics were mostly on point except sometimes a character would look like the characters in an old ps2 game. I also fell in love with the fact that this game starts out in Medieval Times, but fast forwards into modern times. Get them all and you get an achievement. The graphics were mostly on point except sometimes a character would look like the characters in an old ps2 game. Mariaglorum has put together something where all of the parts work, and work well. All up the game and bonus took me about 6 hours or so, playing during the week. The cutscenes and animations in this game are second to none, every moment of the game is certainly a feast for the eyes. The Hidden Object Scenes themselves aren't that special, but they are highly interactive.

For a change, I even really enjoyed the bonus chapter. I beta tested this game and have been watching for it to come out. Mariaglorum has put together something where all of the parts work, and work well. I enjoyed the puzzles, the story and something very positive for me it was not very long. The Hidden Object Scenes themselves aren't that special, but they are highly interactive. I'm not very far through yet, and I want to make it last as long as possible. This is the first game in ages that I really had to look hard to find them. Still, based on the overall experience that stuff wasn't worth knocking off even one star. There are a huge variety of different mini-games to play. But the one thing that stands out in this game, are the abundance of Mini Game Puzzles, not just small easy puzzles, but multi-layered puzzles, puzzles that are creative and FUN! How many times can you reasonably be expected to have to melt a bit of wax with a match? I do miss the good ole days of having to remember clues or refer to your journal! I absolutely love all the puzzles in this one and got so engrossed in the story, especially toward the end, I forgot to look for all the extras, lol! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Click on tumbler wheels to match symbols shown on the clue, that automatically posts above the lock. Reliable, level-headed, and didn't have that irritating tendency to run off in the middle of the action.

But the one thing that stands out in this game, are the abundance of Mini Game Puzzles, not just small easy puzzles, but multi-layered puzzles, puzzles that are creative and FUN! Some of these are very well hidden which I loved. The enemy has breached the castle gates, as they stand at the threshold, they make their demands. In addition, the thrilling music that accompanies the game is also effective in giving the game a suspenseful vibe. I also fell in love with the fact that this game starts out in Medieval Times, but fast forwards into modern times. Still, based on the overall experience that stuff wasn't worth knocking off even one star. The HO scenes were terrific, the story line was engaging. While I am one who usually hates puzzles the majority of these felt me like mini games and weren't mind boggling. But Black Dagger surprised me all the way through from start to finish. I absolutely love all the puzzles in this one and got so engrossed in the story, especially toward the end, I forgot to look for all the extras, lol! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by greenshade from I loved it Been a while since I found a game as engaging as this one. Upon your initial investigation, evidence and clues point to the involvement of an ancient dagger. What does make them special, is the fact that they have included Mini Games, the keyword here being Game s Which I will list in the next paragraph. We KNOW we're going to need them again in two minutes. These are all very easy to do.

9 thoughts on “Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger

  1. I found I didn't need to use the interactive map at all because you only travelling within a few scenes at a time before you move on. I'll find them next time though, because I'll play this one over and over, just as I've done with their others. I am a fun of , big fish Games and I had lost hope to see again similar games, finally I had find that excellent game.

  2. I love a good redemption story, and Black Dagger's was handled well. One feature I've always liked, that's offered by this dev, is that you can refer to the Collections Icon, and see exactly where you missed finding a collectible, because the missing collectible spot glows and tells you which scene the missing collectible is located in. Sometimes the bonus game feels obviously tacked on; this one not only made sense as a "next step" in the larger story, but it was just as well crafted as the main game.

  3. I've seen them all before but I always enjoy doing them again. Some of these are very well hidden which I loved. Sure, this story has been done before, but I gotta give Mariaglorum credit for putting a fresh perspective aspect to an age old storyline. Can you get to the bottom of this dark mystery before another attack? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kantata from Refreshingly excellent!

  4. The graphics were mostly on point except sometimes a character would look like the characters in an old ps2 game. I found I didn't need to use the interactive map at all because you only travelling within a few scenes at a time before you move on. I do miss the good ole days of having to remember clues or refer to your journal!

  5. While I am one who usually hates puzzles the majority of these felt me like mini games and weren't mind boggling. We could use more helpful humans like him, and fewer squeaky-voiced cutesy animal helpers. My only complaint which didn't detract TOO much from the experience is that some of the tasks got pretty repetitive. Also, I'd really love it if we could stop throwing away knives and pairs of scissors after the first use. Very hard to pull yourself away and I know every player out there will enjoy it.

  6. Not only that, but the characters in this game are also well-developed and have substantial backstories that are worth exploring. I do miss the good ole days of having to remember clues or refer to your journal! I beta tested this game and have been watching for it to come out. I love a good redemption story, and Black Dagger's was handled well.

  7. Sometimes the bonus game feels obviously tacked on; this one not only made sense as a "next step" in the larger story, but it was just as well crafted as the main game. We could use more helpful humans like him, and fewer squeaky-voiced cutesy animal helpers. Happy playing fishies. For a change, I even really enjoyed the bonus chapter. Items are clear to see and each HOP takes around minutes to do.

  8. I've seen them all before but I always enjoy doing them again. The music is orchestral and nice to listen to. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fredandethel from claws This is a great series, and number seven goes to a new level!

  9. There are 23 crowns to find throughout the main game. Sure, this story has been done before, but I gotta give Mariaglorum credit for putting a fresh perspective aspect to an age old storyline. Production wise, there is no question that Mystery of the Ancients: Black Dagger will excel. For a change, I even really enjoyed the bonus chapter. Mariaglorum almost always delivers breathtaking visuals that are rich in detail and distinctive in style.

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