Find hidden objects game. Paige Harper and the Tome of Mystery invites players to dive into amazing world of classic literature and deal with such world known characters as Captain Nemo, Romeo and Juliet, Robin Hood and more. The story starts at the moment when, Paige Harper comes across an enigmatic library and becomes trapped within a magic book. The only way out is to pass through the seven classic stories of the magic tome, and put them in correct order. You help to sort thing out by exploring authentic 3D locations and looking for required items. You can change view angle, use magnifying glass and hints that make the game appealing to wide range of players. Be ready to go from one chapter to another fulfilling different assignments and searching for inventory items. There are 28 mini-games that can be played at any time, after you unlock them in adventure mode; they are assemble picture, fix pipeline, various matching games, jigsaw puzzles and more.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Paige Harper and the Tome of Mystery is the amusing find hidden objects game that features high quality graphics, diverse sound effects and stunning orchestra music. Graphics is well done; locations, characters, and objects look original and detailed, so there should not be complains about it. There is animated story that accompanied you throughout the game and make it much intelligent. All in all, Paige Harper and the Tome of Mystery is the worth-playing game due to superb presentation, intriguing storyline, challenging levels and variety of mini-games.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Bright Detailed Graphics
· Story contains 7 Literature Masterpieces
· 28 Captivating Mini-games
· Superb Special Effects
· Some items are difficult to differentiate in 3D locations.
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7,Processor: P4 1500 MHz,DirectX 8,512 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 130 MB,
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