Mystery Society Game Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1
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If this is your first time downloading a game from Big Fish, our handy Game Manager app will install on your computer to help manage your mystery society game play online />Join General Alexander, loyal follower of Abe Lincoln, for a Civil War reenactment.
Search original battlefields for clues and letters left by members of a secret society.
These individuals hid millions of dollars in gold, cash, and coin.
There are only 3 hints per level and the only way to earn more is to play this horrible mine sweep game which I hate.
I'm so glad I finally used my free game coupon on this game cause I loved it.
I did use a magnifier because the objects are small, but they are clear.
So with the help of that and patience I was able to complete the game without ever playing the mine sweep.
I loved the beautiful historical locations and the story.
I even liked the made up ending.
I liked this game much better than Hidden Mysteries Salem, but not quite as much as Graceland Rated 4 out of 5 by anokinono from Plain, Simple, and Delightful I bought this game on a whim, before I even knew about the existence of BigFishGames, or this website.
I didn't have any reviews to go off of, but having read the ones posted I know that I would have missed out on an amazing game.
It is a very simple storyline and has simple gameplay, but that is what makes it enjoyable.
It isn't like the newer games with puzzles that almost require a strategy guide to beat, or all the fancy bells and whistles that newer games have.
The visuals are basic, as is the level of challenge.
It is a great basic game to introduce new players to the hidden object genre.
Something easy to start them off to before they venture on to more developed, more complicated games.
Rated 4 out of 5 by hhhh1 from Something's wrong Good game, but on the Wilderness level, if your list includes the kerosene lamp, you are finished.
The game does not recognize your selection of the lamp, even when it is highlighted by the hint function.
Rated 4 out of 5 by mspaws from Like it!
This was the first game I played in the series and it is a bit slow but still fun to play.
LOTS of It online games which is a BIG plus in my book.
I am not into running from place to place and putting things together.
Rated 3 out of 5 by JustTheFacts from Surprisingly Good With Captivating Story BASED ON DEMO.
Well, it started in 2008 with this game, and it is remarkable how good it seems even now, almost 6 years later.
No point expecting anything else.
And game play online tanked aquarium HOs are often so tiny, that this poor quality affects gameplay.
But, for its day, this game did well.
The sound tracks are wonderfully atmospheric, martial music of the period, cannon fire, shouts, bugles, all accompanying the more beautiful peaceful sounds of a nearby brook or bird song.
The contrast is brilliantly done.
Each level brings with it letters, reports and biographies about real people, about the politics and issues of the times, and how it led to devastating war.
MAKING PROGRESS This is a HO game.
The objects are tiny, and the scenes are distance views, no close ups unfortunately.
There is usually a letter to be found in the scene, as well as a puzzle to do, one per level.
These puzzles cannot be skipped, but they are easy.
As you progress, the number of scenes in each level increases.
This is to increase the degree of difficulty if you are playing timed mode.
But you can opt for untimed and relax.
Hints are limited, and I never did find out if there was a way to increase them, but it was awfully difficult not to use them up, even at the earlier levels.
But for a mystery society game play online HO game, I found it imaginative and interesting.
Rated 3 out of 5 by gamefan10 from The storyline kept me going As other reviewers have mentioned, the hidden objects are incredibly tiny and difficult to see.
This ruined the game for me.
The only reason I kept playing brackets completed stubbornness and also wanting to know what happened to the characters.
Some of the facts in the storyline were true, and others were not, especially at the end of the game.
But it was still interesting to find the letters in the hidden object scenes and see how each character did during the war.
One other thing that drove me crazy was the limited number of hints available.
There were only 3 hints for an average of about 60 very-hard-to-find hidden objects.
If you used them all up, too bad.
You just had to keep looking and clicking.
I do recommend the game, partly because I like most of this series.
Just be aware of the problems and decide whether you can tolerate them while you play.
Rated 3 out continue reading 5 by CasualGran from A Real Challenge Yes!
I've finished the game!
This gives me a bit of a triumphant feeling cause boy!
After the first chapters I almost gave up because of the teeny mystery society game play online objects now and then, if not almost invisible, and the few hints that were given per chapter.
But then I discovered a written walkthrough on another website and I found out I could print screens and make them bigger in my computer tekst program.
These two little helps made resuming and finishing the game possible and I liked it too, also because of all the historical info bit of a pity they changed the ending, but allright, you can't have it all :- Anyway, I'm glad I played this first Hidden Mysterie, cause I', a fan of the series and wanted my list complete.
Rated 3 out of 5 by sirrap21 from Mystery society game play online are very well HIDDEN!
Great game that offers both fun and learning.
My review is based on the trial only.
I made it to 1862.
Played timed mode which was extremely difficult so I created a new player and played relaxed mode which wasn't much easier.
Some items are just way too small in which I had used up all of my hints click each scene.
You definitely must have your 'eagle eye' focused for this one.
This was a nice touch.
I'd recommend Hidden Mysteries: Civil War for those who love scavenger hunts but it was a little too much for me.
I play these games to relax, after this I'm pouring myself a glass of wine!
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mandar83 from Difficult I love history and hidden object games, but this was difficult and you don't mystery society game play online many hints.
I just had a hard time keeping interest in it.
I got the game because being from the South Texas and having ancestors fighting on both sides, I wanted to see and understand what went on during that time in history.
Some of the items were small, and kinda hard to find.
The Court House towards the end was a hair pulling spot.
Other than a few other places where you really couldn't see what you were after, it was an OK game.
There should have been more in the General's story.
Having the Union soldier's lady reading her's also might have helped too.
All in all for a game such as this, it would be a 7 on a scale of 1 to 10 in my book.
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