Myths of the World: Chinese Healer

I've been waiting for months to buy this game, and finally got the chance to due to the Christmas sales. BTW another thing that they are incorporating is decision making. Are you sure you want to download this game? Get the latest games, special offers, and more! It starts off ominously, and you know straight away that something evil is going on. In this first game in the exciting new Myths of the World series, your story begins as a Chinese healer who's brought to the Imperial City to save the Emperor's son.

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Myths of the World: Chinese Healer

Reviews at a Glance. Myths of the World: Chinese Healer 0 out of 5 0 Reviews Review. Chinese Healer is rated 4. Rated 5 out of 5 by Emerald75 from One of the best HO games I've played in awhile I've played a lot of these adventure - HO games - and this one might be my favorite - so much so I'm writing a review which I've never done before I also really liked the music - it was fun to escape into and I was sad when it ended!

Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game! Very interesting graphics and story line. I wish I had purchased the CC edition. Will purchase from this developer again. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mazeo from A Great Game I can perhaps understand that those who want a real "brain teaser" with well hidden objects might find this game a bit too easy, but I found this game to be excellent. Unlike with many other games I've tried, I found the clues to "make sense" and the graphics were really good.

I bought this game as a "half price special" and I'm really glad I did because it was great value. Rated 5 out of 5 by catbag from Fun and Unique, but not really Chinese! I've been waiting for months to buy this game, and finally got the chance to due to the Christmas sales. I must say, it was well worth the wait! This is a good game, and I can see why people praise it so highly.

The story is great. It starts off ominously, and you know straight away that something evil is going on. Then, the game begins, and you are called to the palace of the Emperor by his brother Lei, who is very worried. He tells you that the Emperor's son, Jinhai, has been poisoned and asks you to heal him.

At first, this seems straightforward: All you have to do is heal him and go home, right? The story takes a great twist at the end of the demo that leaves you on a cliffhanger.

After the demo, the story takes a much lighter turn, and you are sent to someone known as The Wise One, a blue dragon, who will tell you how to defeat the villain. After speaking to him, you must find the ritual that will ultimately heal Jinhai before it is too late I have to say, what really impressed me about this story was the villain.

The villain was one of the best that I've ever seen in any game to date. The villain's story was told during the beginning of the game, so you can clearly understand their motives, but what made the villain so exciting was that they did not pop up during every scene, but rather, you encountered them only a few times. Credit to the developer for the genius to create such an amazing villain. Other than that, the story is quite nice, and does end conclusively, so there's no need for the bonus chapter.

The action is mostly in the first hour, and then it gets quieter. However, I still found the story enjoyable. The gameplay is great too. I had quite a lot of fun with this game. The HOS were standard junkpile, with a couple of extra-step objects in each one.

In each HOS, you also had the option of switching to a game of Mahjong. The HOS were not too difficult, but I enjoyed them quite a lot. There were quite a few HOS in the game, but not too many that it became annoying. I think there was the right amount in the game. The puzzles were good too, but a little bit too challenging for me personally.

That didn't stop them being fun. I enjoyed attempting each one of them. In this game, there is something new and awesome called Healer's Kit.

Whenever there is an item found, you place it in the healers kit, and a fun minigame begins. This is not a puzzle, as there is no challenge to it, but it's still a great addition.

I loved it every time I got to use it. Other than the new feature, this is your standard HOPA. The graphics are pretty good. They are well-drawn and very detailed. Everything is clear, especially the character designs. The only issue I have is with things not being accurate to the setting. It is set in China, but the girl, Bo, is wearing a kimono, which is Japanese. I have some issues with the voice-overs too. Most of them are accurate, but Bo's voice is clearly American, which kind of annoyed me.

The voice-over for Bo repeatedly mispronounced Jinhai which should be pronounced Jin-high as Jin-hey or Jinnae, which was terrible. If they're going to create a Chinese game, they should at least make sure the names are pronounced the way the Chinese would pronounce them.

Casual, Challenging and Insane. Hint is useful outside HOS, and also acts as a portal, as it can teleport you to the location where you need to be. Diary- used to keep track of events. Not used too often, but is used enough.

Map- interactive and lets you know where there is a task to be completed. Healer's Kit- This is very fun. It is used somewhere between times in the game. When an item needs to be mixed, a minigame begins. Overall, I was extremely pleased with this game. Your username will be displayed on your review. Pick a username you like and can share with others. Your username is permanent and yours forever. Enter the email address you use for your Big Fish account. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to view our site properly.

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It was a little confusing, but clever to break the monotony! Story was great with a twist end. Game was laid out well with a good map. Closed down completed areas, which was nice!! It was a little gory at first, but it cleaned up! There were so many mini games in this where you had to do many of the things you would in a console game. It had many of the same functions. I really liked that. One where you have to rock back and forth to get out of a trap upside down and then in another you had to beat a boss basically with crossbow, then another where you had to ride of a horse and shoot at a carriage in front of you.

I was so frustrated but so surprised and happy with the game play. Lets pump up the party developers, we are tired of just finding an object to go to a certain location, lets add much more challenge! This game did that and Im glad I bought it! BTW another thing that they are incorporating is decision making. For instance in the end of this game, you have to decide on the "should you or should you not" Love the art style and the story line! Rated 5 out of 5 by cajerleia from ERS games have outdone themselves!!

An awesome fun game!! Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from find the masked vigilante there is a custom level and an interactive map. This is quickly becoming my favorite series. I love ERS graphics and they always have some pretty good puzzles. All in all a fun game that I have no real complaints about.

I've played all the Grim Facade games and will be waiting eagerly for the next one. Rated 5 out of 5 by MountainAJ from Awesome I loved this game, great story-line, great atmosphere, level of play just right for me.

I love the Grim Facade series and this game certainly didn't disappoint me.

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