Travel through ancient China in search of a magnificent sword with Master Wu and the Glory of the Ten Powers, a wonderful seek-and-find challenge.
Master Wu is on a quest to find order and balance but he can only do so by defeating an evil that has encroached on the Chinese countryside. The key to winning this battle is found in a mystical weapon known as the Sword of Ten Powers. With it, the enemy has but little chance. Can he find this magical sword and discover its secrets before it's too late?
Join Master Wu in this adventurous journey and investigate picturesque locations like an ancient fortress through 63 fabulous levels. Look for artifacts, collect clues, master mini-games, and solve exotic puzzles to help you reach your goal. The sword and victory are within reach!
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Master Wu and the Glory of the Ten Powers today!
Search for a lost magical sword in this adventurous Hidden Object escapade.
Join Master Wu through countless picturesque locations in 63 fabulous levels.
Look for artifacts and collect clues to use on your journey.
Master mini-games and solve exotic puzzles to help you reach your goal.
Play in Timed or Untimed modes to suit your needs.
Non thinker. Too juvenile for the experienced gamer.
TAR671 | Added on: May 19, 2011
I am not sure what age of people this game was developed to capture the interest of it is too easy to be an adult game,; However, in my opinion, this game is not likely to keep a younger persons attention for very long. There are several objects in each scene that are almost totally masked by the background or so small that they are almost unidentifyable. The hint function take a long time by most game standards to recharge, thereby leaving one waiting to move foward. The developers also made the game more complex by placing large numbers of the same object you mchoose between in the scenes. For example, in one scene you must find a pin; however their are at least a half dozen pins in the scene to choose from.; this results in a lot of clicking. In some scenes, you have to click on an object in a very specific spot on the object to "capture" the object, for example, I had to click on a dragon shaped object 5 or more time before the object was "captured" This after the items was highlited by the hint function. In this case I had found the object without the need for the hint function but, was unable to "capture" the item due to the problem identified above in finding the "hot" spot. This is a very small game, again by other game standards, (43 mb). Based on these observations, I did not care for this game. Try it you may enjoy it.
My granddaughter and I both had a lot of fun with this game. The objects were small but clear and hints available. I loved the old Chinese stuff and think I even saw some Korean things in there. The adventure part was right about our level and the harder or frustrating games could be skipped. We liked the story.
silverfairy27 | Added on: March 28, 2011
This game has gorgeous backgrounds and a very relaxing soundtrack. It's not very fast-paced but very relaxing. This game is also kid-friendly :-)
Deviarich | Added on: May 19, 2011
This game is very short but it dose have some good quality. The mini games are fun and make you think hidden game make you look really hard. I just wish it had a better story and had longer playing time. It also comes in different languages that is a plus.
Jem888 | Added on: March 29, 2011
I played the demo and thought it was pretty basic but I was bored so decided to purchase the game and play it through. Now I wish I had saved my money because the game was over far too quickly and I felt kinda ripped off. Also some of the hidden objects are so tiny it's hard to spot them (of course I am also working on a laptop screen). However I almost didn't mind the painfully small hidden objects because that was about the only challenging part to this game. I was torn between 2 or 3 stars but chose three because if this game was on as a super saver it would be worth a few bucks to play through if you were looking for a short, simple hidden object game.
I'm sitting here thinking of what to say that is upbeat. Can't. It's your typical HO without any interaction. All the navigating is directed to you and you can't progress to another location until you find all the objects. Some objects are so small that even after using the hint button, you still had difficulting recognizing it. And the hint button didn't recharge fast enough for me. Beware, if you don't click on an object just perfectly, it won't register. I clicked on that darn lobster 4 times before it worked. Frustrating. I give it 3 stars because -- I don't know. I guess I'm feeling a little generous today.
I enjoy playing this game for relaxation. Some of the puzzels are quite challenging
SUZsaysHi | Added on: May 19, 2011
I like the way you can see the outline of the HOs. You get plenty of hints and can skip mini games. Only downside is the music is annoying and some of the HOs are really small. Graphics could be better but all in all it is a fun game