Mystery Tales: The Lost Hope

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Learn whether you will meet your sister and discover what mortal dangers you will face!


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Several years ago you suffered a tragedy. Your sister Margaret died. Margaret lived with her husband, Emmett, in a small little village lost in the mountains. After her death, Emmett, overcome with grief, disappeared from the town.

And now many years later, you have received a mysterious letter in which he invites you meet with your dead sister. You are so intrigued by this unexpected letter that you head to the village of Reagan, where your sister had lived and where she was buried.

Learn whether you will meet your sister and discover what mortal dangers you will face in Mystery Tales: The Lost Hope.


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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.6 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space890 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. I wonder what happened after the abrupt ending
    by Siluette, Sweden - Apr 6th 2016

    This is a very sad story with love and revenge. There are some creepiness here and there too, but the graphic style covers it up a bit. Mostly I couldn't notice the fear, despair and disaster in the environment. I felt like I could've be in any normal village, with normal people.
    Anyway, the graphics are good and colourful. The sound and voice actings are also very good. There are no lip movements though.

    You visit the HOS twice. First it is an interactive list and second time you have to return the items you've taken earlier to where they actually belong. The mini games vary in difficulty. There is a jumpable map that shows available tasks and the hint is directional.

    I didn't find this game hard, but not too easy either. It has a good flow with no confusions, everything seems to be well thought out.

    When I bought this game I hoped for creepiness, but no fear for me this time, instead I got filled with lots of other emotions. It's very, very rare that a story grabs me this much.
    If the description seems interesting try it out.

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