Myths of Orion: Light from the North.

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchMay 21, 2020
PCDec 3, 2014

Developer: Cateia Games

Publisher: Ocean Media

Genre: Puzzle

Long time ago, in a Realm of Orion, a powerful, but greedy wizard collected knowledge from all around the world. And thus came to write the three Books: books of Knowledge, Law and Magic.The books gave him ultimate powers. But, he used them not to prosper, but for chaos! One day the mighty enchantress Salina gathered all of her strength and courage and stole the Books from the Wizard. Under the cover of a night, she took the Books and her child, baby Meredith, and ran far, far away to the North, to her sister Ariel's house - at the very edge of the world. She could only hope the Wizard wouldn't find them there. And so, the years and decades passed by... until one day...

Myths of Orion: Light from the North. Reviews

Myths of Orion: Light from the North takes a somewhat fantastical approach with its otherwise standard adventure game formula to create a memorable and magical adventure that'll appeal to anyone who enjoys retro-inspired point and click tales.

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I enjoy hidden object puzzle games, I’ve always enjoyed a game where I look at something and can go “Wait a minute… I think I know what I’m doing with this!” so I leap on every chance to review them. I like seeing the variation in the style and difficulty of the puzzles, and Myths of Orion is no exception. Some puzzles I figured out straight away, some took me a good while, and one particular zoom location took me a good hour to find which really annoyed me once I figured it out. Depending on your mindset, I imagine some of the puzzles are easier or harder for various people, but overall I would call them a low to medium difficulty, easy enough to be fun for most people. I enjoyed my time with Myths Of Orion: Light From The North. There were a few frustrations, such as the sorely lacking cutscenes and bizarre UI bug, but overall it was a fun little experience that filled a fair few hours of my time. I might call it a little steep on the pricing, as it only took me around 6 hours tops, but I definitely recommend it for any puzzle fan’s To Play list.

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