Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner

Natalie Cole, a young writer, is late to board the ship that was to take her home to America. Already depressed by a chain of misfortunes, Natalie becomes absolutely despondent. Just when she is about to give up hope of getting home, she meets a captain at the port who is sailing a cargo ship to her very same destination, and he invites her to sail along with him and his crew. Natalie, relieved at her good fortune, agrees. Little does she know, this random stroke of good luck hasn't come without a price. Natalie has unwittingly embarked on a dangerous and exciting journey where she must prevent ancient evil from awakening inside a mysterious antique collection on board the cargo ship! Can Natalie save the crew and its captain from evil spirits and still return home?


SГ©rieux Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner

Clean fun. They have some unexpected ideas. The hint is extremely helpful and fills up quickly. I only have two things that would make the Mysterkes: better for me and 1 is if the map shipped you off to the location you needed because it is hardly any use at all. Elementary My Dear Majesty scene keeps repeating itself until you figure out what you need to do to ward off the evil spirits. If you found them all on the first go-round, Mysteriws: hat is off to you. All pretty thought out. Oops, I think it's already too much : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ImSmallGreenFish from Nice game in the old school style If you like the adventure in the style of the old school, you'll like it. Seriously, great game! To perform the ritual, you must have 33 blue pearls they looked white to mewhich are scattered all over the ship. The only minus is the lack of voiceovers. It's excellent! Besides Prisoneer reveals the storyline pretty well.

Overall, a game that I think will keep your attention but not one of my favorites. For example, in the engine room casual mode , you can find out what needs gumboots I liked having the 33 white balls that you have to find being in the inventory list so you can see what you have found and what you need to find right in eye site. The graphics is clear. Ok, now about the game. The game was challenging enough to keep me interested. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BluePapillon from Fun, long playing Graphics are good, story is really great, but there is no voiceover. As in most HO games, there is a bit of running back and forth through areas, however the number of areas is relatively small. This game is a little sad, and sometimes scary. They have some unexpected ideas. One of the strengths of this game is puzzles. Probably behind the painting that I can't get to now and don't have anything to get it off the wall even if I could. The very good are the HO scenes. Date published:

Enjoyed from beginning to end. The objects to find in a scene sometimes sparkle, Frozen Kingdom the help button does work when stuck. But then I realized, I feel something in this game. It is always hard to be different. You awaken in the middle of the night aboard a ship upon which you've stowed. Full feeling of being on board a ship. One puzzle requires you to open a lock, and you must be fast clicking in the right sequence of tumblers. You need 33 pearls to complete the game so make sure you are looking Nighr for them from the beginning of the game.


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Full feeling of being on board a ship. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BluePapillon from Fun, long playing Graphics are good, story is really great, but there is no voiceover. I bought it. I recommend it. The music is only in puzzles and HO. But it's really great. In general in this game there are NO stupid and illogical quests and puzzles. If you like fascinating quests and puzzles, this game is for you. The hint is extremely helpful and fills up quickly. Much of the game requires you to piece together information to solve problems, such as finding that a picture needs to be cut, but you must progress through the game to find a knife and remember where to use it. I recommend. Even though it's in an earlier graphic style, I believe actually that adds to its charm.

Knowing it's a game, I still was rather frightened to look around every corner while investigating the ship, mostly as I usually play at night, in the dark, alone, boo! I too have seizures. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BluePapillon from Fun, long playing Graphics are good, story is really great, but there is no voiceover. There are a couple of other scenes that you can't skip, such as the rat invasion and steering through the icebergs. This scene keeps repeating itself until you figure out what you need to do to ward off the evil spirits. If you are tired of HOPA with cloned storylines, this game is for you. Definitely, this game is different from other HOPA. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Things That Go Bump In The Night Without the sparkle and fireworks, this game holds it's own in suspense and mystery and a truly good story. Seriously, great game! You spend a lot of time clicking through scenes to go back and forth from one location to another. Wholeheartedly recommend! I wonder now if I should have used the object found to get the painting off the wall instead of using it to open the cabinet in the maties room. In casual mode, the player gets more information on passing game.

Although advanced players, this game should be like. You have gained passage on a freighter which just happens to have some antiquities on board, including an odd amphora that causes the crew to disappear. Nothing is hidden, but items are very well concealed, and I like that challenge. I recommend. I liked the adventure part of this game. You awaken in the middle of the night aboard a ship upon which you've stowed. Atmosphere of the game is the strongest advantage of the game. They have some unexpected ideas. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Things That Go Bump In The Night Without the sparkle and fireworks, this game holds it's own in suspense and mystery and a truly good story. Although the intro could have been shorter. Also, the map was not interactive. I recommend it. This is very encouraging.

5 thoughts on “Night Mysteries: The Amphora Prisoner

  1. But then I realized, I feel something in this game. In general, the game is a lot of attention paid to detail. Much of the game requires you to piece together information to solve problems, such as finding that a picture needs to be cut, but you must progress through the game to find a knife and remember where to use it.

  2. A lot of back and forth could have been avoided. The game is not long and I found myself wanting to continue longer. I liked having the 33 white balls that you have to find being in the inventory list so you can see what you have found and what you need to find right in eye site. Ok, now about the game. The only minus is the lack of voiceovers.

  3. Even though it's in an earlier graphic style, I believe actually that adds to its charm. Definitely, this game is different from other HOPA. Overall, the difficult HO scenes made the game worth playing for me, but the lack of an interactive map showing you where you needed to go next was extremely irritating.

  4. One example is a water valve puzzle that the valves turn on and off leaks, but a valve can be found to shut off a single leak last. The game is really very much like a classic adventure game. Although someone may seem puzzles too hard, and someone - too simple. HO scenes look good enough and have some interactivity.

  5. Your job is to rescue the crew and perform the necessary ritual before the sun comes up. You have gained passage on a freighter which just happens to have some antiquities on board, including an odd amphora that causes the crew to disappear. The very good are the HO scenes. The game was challenging enough to keep me interested. I even wanted to delete it.

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