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Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff

Find the pieces of the Imperial Staff! in addicting Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0

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Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff Game Description

After a powerful storm threatens your village, your father has decided to venture out in search of it`s cause. This exciting Hidden Object Adventure game will have you track down the pieces of the ancient Imperial Staff to stop the mysterious black rain, and save your father from an evil spirit! Explore the wilderness and solve perplexing puzzles as you search for this mythical weapon in, Mystery Age ?The Imperial Staff.

Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff full version features include:

  • Tricky puzzles
  • Gorgeous scenes
  • Stop the black rain!

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Mystery Age: The Imperial Staff Game Customer Reviews

Very beautiful graphics, I am enjoying the storyline, and the loving tender way the mother finds new names of affection for her daughter. The puzzles are some of the best I have seen, not too hard that you need a walkthrough which is a plus for me. I would have enjoyed it more if it had speech, but still I can't take away a star just because of that. I look forward to seeing more games like this. The only thing I don't like is playing a character that is a shaman. However, I just call her a healer and it works for me.

- by sherryah

This game is awsome. It is just like ME and Treasures of Mystery Island. Nice story and graphics. It is challenging.

- by schuldiner

Terrific! This game has everything I appreciate - well-planned organization, beautiful artwork, amusing and sometimes quirky animations, lots of variety, no timer, a good hint system, dialogue I could click through at my own speed, good length and, if you quit, you come back exactly where you left off. I agree with others that the mother's pet names for her daughter were just too cute but, as I didn't have to listen to them or dwell on them, they didn't register with me as a real complaint. The difficulty level was perfect for me - easy enough that I had no frustration or eyestrain but challenging enough to hold my interest. Overall, I loved this game.

- by michelep62