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Maestro: Music of Death Collector's Edition

Genre: Hidden Object

Some strange frightening melody sounds everywhere. Where does it come from? These are the sounds of death! Unknown terrible illness has overtaken one village, and all the countrymen grow old day by day! Where does the illness lead? To the death, of course! Do you want to find yourself in such a village? If you aren't afraid to catch the mysterious disease, play free download game Maestro: Music of Death Collector's Edition! It's a Hidden Object entertainment, where you are to find the very hidden cause of the misfortune hanging over the villagers. Maybe, it's a curse? Learn this, playing Maestro: Music of Death Collector's Edition.

Title - Maestro: Music of Death Collector's Edition Game Download for PC and Mac Description - Don't pass by Maestro: Music of Death Collector's Edition, a Hidden Object game offered by Big Fish Games. Music flying out of nowhere, a girl trapped in a town. Are there more secrets in this hexed place?
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Find yourself playing as a sharp-mind inspector in this new hidden object adventure game under the title Maestro: Music of Death developed by ERS Game Studios. Scanning the dark streets of Paris, you should disclose the reason of mysterious epidemic that has already stuck the greatest part of the city... Read more

Maestro: Music of Death falls into the category of good classical hidden object games. Keeping up old traditions the developers give us a very challenging title with glorious artwork – in spite of the game theme being quite gloomy. The gameplay is literally stereotyped if you have tried hidden object adventures before. If you are a veteran of this genre and have already decided that this game is unable to amuse you, don’t think too soon. The game’s scenes are so wonderful and vivid that you will never mind all those numerous backtracking around to places you have already explored. The music background is pleasant all the time, emphasizing the atmosphere perfectly without becoming too haunting or irritating as some similar titles usually sins.

The puzzle portion of Maestro: Music of Death is solid, though some puzzles may bewilder you at times. The reason of most embarrassing situations in this game hides in vague instructions or ambiguous hints. However, this fact isn’t frustrating there at all. While mini-games are mainly of a usual style, this installment can really boast an interesting bunch of music-based puzzles. If you are fond of music, there you have a chance to show off your skills. Thanks to well-presented hidden object scenes, items are always clear but it doesn’t mean that they all lie on the surface. Hidden object puzzles are still pleasant to solve. The length of play is decent, which provides you with 3 or 4 thrilling hours.

All in all, Maestro: Music of Death is a great-looking hidden object title that deserves its place in the sun.

22, February 2011


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