Reviews and Problems with Chronicles of Mystery: Curse of the Ancient Temple
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Well done, keeps your interest
23 February 2012
Summary: This game has good graphics, fun games, tons of hidden object levels and - surprisingly - an interesting storyline. This is one of few games that does a great job of wrapping a believable story into the gameplay. Very rarely do I find a hidden object game that has all these components to keep my interest, but this one did!
Summary: This seems to be a good hidden object game. Have not had the time to get very far with it but I found it to be challenging in looking for the objects and discerning what it is I need to solve the mystery.
"The wrong people must not get their hands on the chest"--Professor Olivier Bouchard
mwreview "mwreview", Amazon
7 March 2010
Summary: It's been a while since I enjoyed a Nintendo DS game as much as this. It is actually a short game story-wise with very easy mini games but there are so many extras that the re-play value is way up and that pushes the grade up, in my opinion. Here is my breakdown of Chronicles of Mystery: Curse of the Ancient Temple. Story: You are Sylvie Leroux, an archeology student. You have been sent on an important and dangerous mission by your professor Olivier Bouchard.
Summary: A game best played by older children or adults (younger kids would need helpful hints.) The best aspect of this game was the story line. The mini games became progressively challenging as the story line developed. Through the game one has to search and discover items needed to solve the mystery. The story is set the island of Malta and had a connection with the Crusades. A positive aspect of the game being that solution and "who dunit" were not easy to figure out.