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    Maestro 1: Music of Death



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    Maestro 1: Music of Death

    Post by genkicoll on Tue Jan 17, 2012 5:50 pm

    Maestro: Music of Death
    by ERS Game Studios

    Series list:  Maestro 1: Music of Death, Maestro 2: Notes of Life, Maestro 3: Music from the Void, Maestro 4: Dark Talent

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    Big Fish for Mac as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    iWin Standard Edition only

    A mysterious illness has broken out and is causing an entire  village to age rapidly and die! Meanwhile, ominous music can be heard  wafting through the air… Journey to the quarantined village and find the  cause of the deadly disease in Maestro: Music of Death.  While you  search for the source, find a little girl, who is trapped in the town!  Master this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game and save the entire  village!

    The Collector’s Edition includes:  

    • Bonus gameplay
    • Sensational soundtrack
    • Concept art
    • Stunning screensavers
    • Wonderful Wallpapers

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    Re: Maestro 1: Music of Death

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sun Dec 22, 2013 4:56 am

    Easy Relaxing Game

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    Having played this game several times, but not this year, I was surprised at how very different it is compared to today’s games. It is not the so called ‘dated’ pseudo-realistic games of even earlier, and it is released by ERS, and you can still see that in the graphics. But the whole atmosphere and feel for the game (in fact, the  whole series) is quite unusual for them.

    The intro to Music Of Death, though it has decent quality graphics, is almost ugly. Not quite, this is ERS after all, but about as close as they can get. Roses bloom into skulls, the environment is dark and gloomy, the music is an irritating violin. But it works. This is a gloomy sort of game, the artwork reflects that, and some may find the graphics difficult to see. The use of voiceovers is limited and very good. Not all the music is that violin. *wink*

    You are returning to your part of Paris, but it is blocked off by soldiers, saying there is an epidemic aging everybody so fast they are dying in minutes. You meet a woman whose child is still in the town, and when you go back to the guards to argue her case, all the soldiers are dead. You make your way to the empty plague-ridden city, searching for the child.

    This is where this game really feels strange after the games of this year. It is so simple by comparison. The HOPs are many, word lists that are only occasionally interactive, and which are visited twice. There are a fair few puzzles, although not as many as the HOPs. They are very, very simple, although they do get harder as you go along.

    The adventure side of the game is also simple and most will not have much trouble with it. However, with no map and no (useful) hint outside HOPs, there is a challenge here if you’ve been spoiling yourself with jump maps and hints.  

    There is a good journal, but you must keep far more in your head about what needs doing where than we’ve become used to. So while it may well be a reasonable game for a beginner to start on, it also makes a relaxing but not tedious game for intermediate players. Except for sentimental reasons, I can’t imagine this game appealing to the harder line experts.

    I really enjoyed myself with this game. I found myself ‘getting back to basics’ in a comfortable amble for about 3-4 hours.

    I Recommend This Game!

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