Explore three thrilling mysteries full of danger with the Mystery Stories Bundle 2, a trio of games that will keep you captivated for hours.
In Mystery Stories - Mountains of Madness, discover a terror lurking beneath the ice as inspired by the classic H.P. Lovecraft science fiction tale. In Mystery Stories - Berlin Nights , uncover a vast conspiracy involving a mysterious sect, former secret agents, and a long-forgotten machine that could solve the global energy crisis. In Mystery Stories - Island of Hope, cut through a network of lies, intrigue, and an ancient curse while on a hunt for the truth.
All three fantastic amazing adventures offer you over 200 wonderful scenes to search for thousands of hidden objects. Play against the clock or in Relaxed Mode as you search for objects and enjoy varied bonus games. Unlock extra modes and even enjoy your very own music while playing! Can you solve the mysteries in this thrilling hidden object triple feature?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of the Mystery Stories Bundle 2 today!
Solve three thrilling Hidden Object mysteries for one low price.
Discover a terror beneath the ice in Mystery Stories - Mountains of Madness.
Uncover a conspiracy in Mystery Stories - Berlin Nights.
Cut through a network of lies in Mystery Stories - Island of Hope.
All games in this bundle are also available as individual downloads, so FunPass players still get access to the full version of all these games!
This bundle consists of three previously published Mystery Stories games: Berlin Nights, Island of Hope, and Mountains of Madness. Berlin Nights is pretty good. It's a hidden object game with a decent story line and objects that are moderately difficult to find. Island of Hope is terrible. It too is a HOG. While the story line is okay, the graphics are poor, and objects are next to impossible to see. I finished it, but only because I'm stubborn. Mountain of Madness is terrific. It's one of the best games you'll ever play. It is not strictly speaking a HOG, as the hidden object scenes are incidental to the game play, which is more adventure and puzzles with a few HO scenes thrown in. Here the graphics are extremely good, and the story is mesmerizing. This is certainly one you might wish to repeat after a decent interval. So overall, if you are thinking of purchasing this bundle, I would say two games are worth playing, and one is not. If you are only interested in really good games, then puchase Mountains of Madness individually; you'll be glad you did.