Solve a supernatural conspiracy in Mystery Agency - Secrets of the Orient, a captivating search through the Far East.
People are disappearing from the slums of an Indian city under mysterious circumstances. Rumors exist that these disappearances have something to do with ghostly apparitions but others believe it is something else. To find out, a young girl turns to the Mystery Agency for help. What they uncover however, is something completely unexpected.
Join the Mystery Agency on their search for answers through this Indian city. Investigate the disappearances and find the common link that binds them. Are the ghosts for real or is there something else behind them? Only you can find out as you search for clues, solve a host of puzzles, and discover the one item that might hold the answer.
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Investigate strange disappearances in this paranormal Hidden Object investigation.
Discover the cause of ghostly apparitions throughout an Indian city.
Search for clues and items to find a common link between victims.
Solve challenging puzzles as the search for answers becomes more difficult.
this game had too much dialogue that really didn't enhance the game. the mini games were not fun to play, and the skip/hint button took too long to recharge. also i found that i'd click on an item and not get credit for it. the longer i played the more annoying the game became.
Fatchick49 | Added on: November 6, 2012
Game is very simple to play. Nothing special about it. Good for a beginner to Hidden Object games. Neither the game or the plot had a very good ending.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: November 14, 2012
This game was of very poor quality. The story line was okay, but the dialogue was silly. There were no voice-overs, and you'd better like sitar music, because that's all you're going to get. The HO scenes were not great. The ones that required you to find pieces of objects were very difficult to see. The mini-games were varied, such as repeat light sequences, match 3, find-the-differences, and others. None were particularly difficult. I played the game in under two hours and didn't especially enjoy it. Nothing to recommend it.
OK, so you say "what storyline"? And you'd be right. Background was sitar music, no vocals, poor graphics. Pictured HO objects where you needed to find fragments were very small and faint. It was hard to see what you were looking for. Hints recharged slowly. Too many "find the differences" which are not my favorite. There were very few scenes and they became repetitious. And the end was all dialogue ... tap, tap, tap.