Tamara the 13th
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Tamara the 13th 

Discover your magical destiny in a faraway land with Tamara the 13th, a spellbinding journey to rescue your mother.

Tamara McNamara thinks she's just an ordinary girl, but when she wakes to see her mother kidnapped by an evil witch, she gets thrust into a strange reality. Soon she discovers that she is the 13th generation in a long line of witches, and to rescue her mother, she will have to master her innate magical powers and restore order to realms devastated by the evil witch, Mad Maggie.

Embark on this mesmerizing journey and help Tamara realize her potential to save her mother. Earn magical powers as you explore 7 beautiful realms with over 20 stunning locations. Use those abilities to uncover useful objects and tools, or to solve magnificent puzzles. Can you master all of the magical elements to ultimately confront her mother's captor?

Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Tamara the 13th today!

  • Uncover your mystical heritage in this exciting Hidden Object journey.
  • Embark on a mesmerizing adventure to rescue your mother from an evil witch.
  • Explore 7 beautiful realms with over 20 stunning locations.
  • Earn magical powers by saving trapped elemental beings.
  • Use those abilities to uncover useful objects and tools or solve magnificent puzzles.
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Reviews of Tamara the 13th
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
Wow! This has got to be one of THE WORST games I've ever downloaded. It's right up there with the gosh awful Seawise Chronicles game if you've ever played that. I could only cope with this one MAYBE 15 minutes TOPS (I felt a migraine coming on) as you are finding pieces to items but the areas are so dark and while the graphics look beautiful, a one star for those, what I played of this just about every piece of the item was in a very dark area or really blended into the scenery. No, I don't expect everything to be in plain sight but I could just tell that this was going to be a game where I'd have to use A LOT of hints to make it through. Even though my eyesight is pretty good, well not sure after trying to play this. I'm so glad my eye exam is next month. I just might need glasses after this game; well even I can't see in pitch dark blackness where the pieces are located. No thanks. When I find myself having to use the hint and/or clicking around on the screen to find something more than I'm playing the game, well it's definitely time to stop the madness, cut it off, and pull the plug already. Life's too short. Way better games I could be playing. Give it a whirl however and decide for yourself and I do hope you enjoy it but definitely not for me.
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
… unless you enjoy frustration. The objects in this game are near impossible to find. Even getting past that, there is neither fun nor challenge short of some intriguing puzzles. Maybe the developer will put these types of puzzles into a much better game, because for this one, they are not worth the effort of trudging through the rest just to get to them.
 | Added on: January 31, 2012
You just need a walk through. The art is murky, objects are frequently small to the point of invisible....and half transparent to boot! Thankfully hint is helpful because to have a prayer of beating this you'll need it. Even with a walk through. The writing is wooden and the plot makes no sense. The only is the mini-game, (which has a really neat take on "connect the pipes" puzzles) but they make you play it at random and illogical times. If I just played it why do I have to play it again!? I haven't even used the "magic" it supposedly charged. My magic battery is leaky!
 | Added on: February 2, 2011
This game has to be the most frustrating game ever. It makes no sense, the HOs are hidden in dark areas where it is impossible to find them without using hints. After about 15 minutes of straining my eyes, I said enough. I would give it 0 stars if I could
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
I enjoy hidden object games, but the objects in this one went far beyond "hidden". Even when I used the hints, I couldn't actually see them, just cliciked where I was shown. I quit after finishing the first chamber. I don't enjoy a game that I can't play without using hints virtually all of the time (or just randomly clicking until I hit something.)
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
This was one of the hardest HO games I've ever played. Finding objects were almost impossible. It's one thing to find an item in a clutter, but another when it fades so much into the background, that even after you hint, you still can't see it. I have never used the hint button so much in my life. This could have been a good game, but there were too many annoying factors besides the strain on my eyes. In this game there was really no direction, just blind clicking. And then you got the unfortunate window that tells you your goal with a little tiny OK in the corner to get rid of the popup. If you clicked on something you shouldn't have, the stupid window comes up again. I counted about 16 popups in one scenario. I was ready to scream. Recharging the magic was just plain stupid. Most of the time you forgot it was even there. I played about 3/4 of the game, and finally said, ENOUGH.
 | Added on: February 3, 2011
This could be a good game if: 1. You could find any of the objects; 2. The cursor responded to move commands in a smooth and responsive manner;3. it does not take multiple clicks to find an object after using the hint feature; 4. after identifing an object the item can be captured by clicking on the object rather than clicking all over the place to find the pixel that activated the object; 5. the nonplacement of objects in darkened area of the scene making it imposible to locate them. 6. The game was not programed to lock the cursor if you click too often, while searching for objects in darkened area of the scene; and 7. the if the developers goal was to make this an enjoyable game rather than the worse game they could make. I would not recommend this game as I do not wish eye strain on anyone. This game is stuck circleing the bowl. Some one should do it a favor and add some water. It deserves a quick farewell. This is one of the few games I have played that deserves a negative rating scale. If possible I would have rated this game a minus 9.
 | Added on: February 15, 2011
Every awful thing that people have written about this game is true. And yet... I did finish it and I ended up enjoying it. The game did get better as it went along even though finding the HOs could still be totally exasperating. But the personalities of the lead characters got better and funnier and finally, the beautiful and imaginative graphics kept me going. Might be a good game to try when you've finished up all the current games on offer and want something to do until a new one comes along...
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
They Should Make This Game Unlimited play Its So Addicting
 | Added on: February 23, 2011
Well, this was dreadful. For one thing, it was generally poor quality and lacked polish. For another, it was WAY too easy and thus far too short. No challenges whatsoever unless you count the third problem - the 'Huh??' - factor. The normal process of character dialogue giving you a clue what to do, then you looking for what you needed to do it, then doing it, was apparently overlooked by the game designers. Instead unrecognisable outlines appear in your list, with you having no clue what they are or what they are for. You look for them, find them (if you have x-ray vision in some cases), they turn out to be crazy things like lumps of rock, burnt wood, and orbs of light, so you STILL have no clue what they are for, so then you sweep all over every scene you have access to to see if an area lights up, if it does you click on it, and at THIS point a character then says something vague like 'Looks like this pedestal is missing something!' which surprisingly enough still doesn't help you understand what you are meant to be achieving. But don't worry, this is where the 'easy' bit comes in, because all you have to do is click the strange object onto the lit-up area and it just does it all for you, without you ever having understood any of it. Ta-daa! Why not give it a try, you too can share the 'Huh??' experience and end up wondering what it was all for.
 | Added on: February 8, 2011
I seldom give a 5 star rating to a game but this deserves it! Graphics are good and it's not easy to find all the objects. Loved the challenge. Story line is great and it is not at all boring. It is a huge game and d/l takes awhile but it is worth it. Finally an HO game that doesn't bore. The only detractor is that the dialog goes too fast and you may miss some of it. Would love more games like this.
 | Added on: February 4, 2011
I'll give this game 1 star for the graphics, but that's my limit. I played for about 25 minutes before I had to quit and couldn't delete the game fast enough to make more room on my hard drive for better games. The most frustrating aspect is, well ....... everything. The objects blended in so well with the scenery, that it made it impossible to locate them. My monitor can go very bright, and yet I still found areas of total darkness where items lurked, and I was unable to locate them without using the hint excessively. At this point, the storyline didn't even keep my interest, although it may have had potential. I was too caught up trying to locate items, and after a while, the pulse-pounding headache that appeared made me stop.
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
Sorry, I really play alot of HOGs, and although I wanted to like this one, I couldn't. The hidden objects were way too hidden and very obtuse. The story line was pretty good, but to me the game was boring.
 | Added on: February 11, 2011
I really enjoyed this game. Is one the better ones I have played recently.You had to keep thinking to figure out what to do next, but then if it was too obvious it wouldn't be fun. The only complaint was the dialogue went by too quickly to read. Don't know for sure what the ending was about, but did enjoy the game.
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
Storyline kept me intrigued and I did not want to stop. I enjoyed the unusual hidden object aspect. Made for a good game and lots of different scenes.
 | Added on: June 7, 2011
There is nothing more frustrating to me than clicking on an object several times because I just know that's what I'm supposed to find then having to use a hint only to discover that it WAS the object I was supposed to find but the "click sensor" is off by a mile. That's what I did for an hour on this one before finally pulling the plug and deleting it. You apparently aren't able to click ON the object but rather beside it or above it or whatever the "click sensor" will recognize. I'm sorry I won't be able to see the endgame but enough was enough. Don't waste any time on this one.
 | Added on: February 2, 2011
i'm having a hard time with reviewing this game. on the one hand-i was extremely frustrated b/c it was very difficult to find items. they were too small to see. or so shadowy i couldn't see them-even with hints. several times even with the hints showing me exactly were an item was, i couldn't see it and had to just randomly click until i happened to hit the item. even with that huge frustration, i found this HOG very interesting. the story, the different places, the characters. i want to know how it ends. but i'd like to get to the end without all the frustrations along the way.
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
This is very challenging especially when it came to finding the items I finally figured out that if you kept the object displayed(by placing the cursor on the outline it brings up the colored version of the item) it made it possible to find. Once I had played several screens it was easy to figure out the direction to go in next and from there the game was very enjoyable.
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