May's Mysteries - The Secret of Dragonville
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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May's Mysteries - The Secret of Dragonville 

Help May find her little brother in May's Mysteries - The Secret of Dragonville, a captivating puzzle quest for all ages.

May and Tery are in for the ride of their lives when their hot air balloon gets caught in a storm. Forced to crash land, they arrive at the gates of Dragonville, a far-off town that is hardly familiar to them. May wakes up to find out that Tery went looking for help alone. Now, she must not only look for a way back home, but hope to find her brother as well.

Follow the young and brilliant May in her quest to find her brother and a way home. Search Dragonville and solve more than 270 different puzzles to make your way through. Solve logic puzzles, play rhythmic games, search for hidden objects, and more. With charming storybook-like illustrations, intriguing characters, and more than 20 hours of play time, this wonderful adventure will test your logic.

See for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of May's Mysteries - The Secret of Dragonville today!

  • Search for a way home in this charming Puzzle adventure.
  • Enjoy over 270 puzzles including Logic, Hidden Object, Picross, and more.
  • Locate special items to help you through the quest.
  • Meet intriguing characters in more than 80 locations and 20 hours of play.
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Reviews of May's Mysteries - The Secret of Dragonville
 | Added on: August 14, 2012
When the description says this is a "kid's game for all ages, they aren't kidding. While the story is simplistic, the puzzles are many and varied and will challenge anyone. There are all kinds of puzzles; hidden object, matchsticks, rhythmic puzzles, sliders, connect the dots, mathmatical sequence puzzles, and many others. There are only two reasons why I did not give this game five stars: first, the directions for the puzzles were not always clear, and second, the hidden object puzzles were not well drawn at all. These puzzles were quite difficult, and iffy graphics did not help. If you need more hints than the game is prepared to give you, you can select extra credit puzzles (outside the story line) to earn more hints. You can also skip puzzles completely. In those cases I wish they'd show you the answers, but they don't. All things considered, this is an excellent set of puzzles couched in a kid's story. Well worth the time if you enjoy puzzle games.
 | Added on: August 15, 2012
Even though this game has lots of different puzzles in several catagories it is heavy in just two of them. The graphics ae cartoonish and very simple. The story line is somewhat involved. I really liked the ability to skip puzzles without penelty. However, there is no way to find out the answers to difficult puzzles. If you like the side puzzles on HO type games you will find hours of puzzle time here. It took me about 10 hour of play to beat the game. I could not do the rythem puzzles at all so had to skip all of them.
 | Added on: August 16, 2012
The controls were terrible. In order to move to another area you first have to click on the compass then the direction you want. I got caught in what seems like a glitch after moving to the 3rd screen. Only had one direction and that was to look at the wall. Couldn't move back to the previous screen or do anything. The games that i saw also didn't work well. The clicky music game seems either to be glitchy or near impossible to do. I was losing points even when I was clicking right. The game mechanics seems slow and it was difficult to go from dialogue to dialogue. A great concept for a game but not executed well
 | Added on: August 16, 2012
This game only lasted about 10 minutes on my PC. WAY too much dialogue. This game is way to childlike for adults and I think children would find it somewhat above their reasoning to figure it out. (Wait - that was for me so maybe kids would get it!) Too ambitious. Tried to jam too many things happening together.
 | Added on: August 14, 2012
I really enjoyed playing this game. If you've ever played the Professor Layton series for the Nintendo DS you will find that this is basically the same style game. I absolutely love the Professor Layton series and that's why I really enjoyed this as well. I have been long waiting for something like this to come to the PC. While I enjoyed the game, of course it is not perfect. One of the things I like about the Professor Layton games are the explanations offered for the answers to a puzzle. Even if you solve a puzzle by accident, the solution is explained in detail. That is not the case with this game. I did like the graphics, the sound and the actual puzzles. I'm glad that I got this game and hope to see more like it!
 | Added on: August 14, 2012
I didnt' go very far in this game because it was so tedious - you can't even move from screen to screen without first clicking on a directional button. There was also way too much dialogue for my taste. Uninstalled after 10 minutes.
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