Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Mina Lockheart's dreams became unbearable nightmares. She dreamt about her grandmother Kate and their old family house being eaten by flames. One day, Mina decided to travel back to their family estate to make peace with her own memories and feelings of loss and loneliness.
But after she arrived, not even in her wildest dreams she could imagine what will happen and where the events will take her. What started as a simple trip of search for inner peace, turned out to be the greatest, unimaginable adventure of her life!
Discover the truth about your grandmother's past
Explore many unique fantasy locations
Meet mythical creatures like homely, pixies and more
Dozens of interesting puzzles to solve
Beautiful graphics and fantasy atmosphere
Really good click gamePikuVava | April 16, 2014 | See all PikuVava's reviews »
I haven't played many click & find games, so I gave this game a try. You play as Mina Lockheart, a young woman who's dreams gets so real, she decides to discover what's behind these weird dreams and from here her adventure starts. This game is really beautifully made, every "level" is designed really carefully and they're filled with detailed and colorful objects. On every single level I just stopped to look at the high contrasted level. Small minigames really cheered up when I've been stuck in some level. Story is really interesting and kinda gives me thoughts: "What if" and "Is there some deeper thing going on". Sound quality isn't A-class in the game, but overall it was really well voice acted and it helped to create cinematic feeling. But probably the main reason I continued to play this game is the atmosphere, music is really beautiful and it's creating the right feeling in every level. And I was really keen on what kind of music the game offers in next locations. Overall this game is really well polished, with really good music and story (although bit confusing). Only thing that lowered the score majorly was similarity, it felt like every level goes with the same logic and annoying friends just shattered my mind.