Play Night Mysteries - The Amphora Prisoner Deluxe, a frightening hidden object race against the clock! When a crew welcomes Nathalie on their cargo ship after she misses the last passenger ship, her bad luck seems to change. Until she wakes up, and finds herself to be the only one left on the ship. Can she find out what happened? Find out in Night Mysteries - The Amphora Prisoner Deluxe!
immerse yourself in this eerie hidden object hunt
find useful items and go back to scenes to discover new things
enjoy classic hidden object scenes and fascinating mini-games
determine the difficulty level and amount of tips yourself
Made it through a few HO scenes and puzzles. Not sure if some of the puzzles were even physically doable but there is a skip option after a tad. I inadvertently obtained objects through haphazardly clicking around a room. I wonder now if I should have used the object found to get the painting off the wall instead of using it to open the cabinet in the maties room. Now outside of the room it is dark and the power needs to be put back on. There is nowhere to go but in the hallway and the closet with the circuit breaker. Need a fuse from where? Probably behind the painting that I can't get to now and don't have anything to get it off the wall even if I could. Not entertained with the game even a little bit to see if a walkthrough would show what went amiss. My guess is that the developers missed doing the QA piece all the way through the game to see that all worked as it should.
A lot of going back and forth between the cabins with little info on what to do next.
charl | Added on: November 9, 2013
story was boring, but the game had good puzzles and HO scenes. I wish I had more of a clue as to where to go next - I ended up going through the entire ship many times.
BluePapillon19 | Added on: November 20, 2013
I don't know how to play other players, but I was playing at night and I was really scared (especially if you play with headphones). Especially when Natalie had a seizure (I mean ghosts). Definitely, this game is different from other HOPA. In this game the player is fully immersed in the game, and lives together with the main character. And I think it is due to a wonderful story line and 3D-cutscenes. The graphics is clear. Perhaps the graphics are a bit outdated, but when you play this game, you have stopped paying attention to it. HO scenes look good enough and have some interactivity. No problem with finding items. One of the strengths of this game is puzzles. All puzzles are made with love and the developers have worked very well here. Clean fun. In general, the game is a lot of attention paid to detail. HOS and puzzles can be played repeatedly. You'll find them in the main menu. The game is not difficult, I think it is perfect for beginners. Although advanced players, this game should be like. I recommend this game!
The game itself was interesting, varied puzzles, good grapics, but I really wish the map were one that would allow one to move automatically to the desired location. You spend a lot of time clicking through scenes to go back and forth from one location to another. This makes it quite tedious and not as much fun as it could be.
cat_in_rv | Added on: November 11, 2013
This game for me is a mix of very good and not so great. The very good are the HO scenes. They are quite a bit more difficult than I normally find. Nothing is hidden, but items are very well concealed, and I like that challenge. The puzzles are not that difficult, although I drove myself nuts trying to turn off all the water valves. The story line is okay. You have gained passage on a freighter which just happens to have some antiquities on board, including an odd amphora that causes the crew to disappear. Your job is to rescue the crew and perform the necessary ritual before the sun comes up. To perform the ritual, you must have 33 blue pearls (they looked white to me), which are scattered all over the ship. If you found them all on the first go-round, my hat is off to you. There is one point at which you die. This scene keeps repeating itself until you figure out what you need to do to ward off the evil spirits. There are a couple of other scenes that you can't skip, such as the rat invasion and steering through the icebergs. I disliked the idea that you could not skip these scenes. What is you're not quick enough with a mouse to overcome the obstacles? There doesn't seem to be any alternative. Also, the map was not interactive. It would only tell you where you currently were on the ship. It would not allow you to jump from area to another or tell you where there were actions you needed to accomplish. A lot of back and forth could have been avoided. Also, I had to rely heavily on the hint button for guidance, which I do not like to have to do. Overall, the difficult HO scenes made the game worth playing for me, but the lack of an interactive map showing you where you needed to go next was extremely irritating.
I thought this game was fun to play - I just found that I wasn't rushing to go and finish it. The storyline was interesting and the setting of a ship was pretty cool - I actually liked the rolling camera effect in the game. Different. The HO scenes were very challenging - I admit I used the hint button more than once! :) You do see a lot of the same scenes more than once but I don't remember ever having to find the same item more than once. You are in one location for the whole game but you search several rooms on the ship throughout the game. An interactive map would have been wonderful - lots of going back and forth and sometimes I wasn't sure what to do or where to go next. The hint is extremely helpful and fills up quickly. You need 33 pearls to complete the game so make sure you are looking out for them from the beginning of the game. I was short one and could not find it anywhere and the hint led me to it. Overall, a game that I think will keep your attention but not one of my favorites.
This game was spooky and challenging. It is a mix of good graphics with occasional cartoon-like cut scenes, limited number of HO's, and both easy and hard varied puzzles. One puzzle requires you to open a lock, and you must be fast clicking in the right sequence of tumblers. All of the puzzles are solvable without too much difficulty, but some require close observation of how things work. One example is a water valve puzzle that the valves turn on and off leaks, but a valve can be found to shut off a single leak last. The objects to find in a scene sometimes sparkle, and the help button does work when stuck. As in most HO games, there is a bit of running back and forth through areas, however the number of areas is relatively small. Much of the game requires you to piece together information to solve problems, such as finding that a picture needs to be cut, but you must progress through the game to find a knife and remember where to use it. The game is not long and I found myself wanting to continue longer. All in all, a pretty fun game.