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Mystery of the Opera

By G5 Entertainment

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Prove that true love can overcome any obstacle in this mesmerizing adventure!
Opera diva Christine has been kidnapped by a stranger in a dark cloak on the eve of her successful debut! Her desperate but nonetheless determined fiancé must leave no stone unturned to rescue her. An old props man at the theater has told him about the black magic involved and given him a powerful amulet to help him locate Christine. Remove spells using the amulet and interrogate a dethroned diva, a cunning impresario and a photographer who witnessed the mysterious disappearance. Search the abandoned dungeon beneath the theater and help doomed ghosts find eternal rest so that this loving couple can be reunited!


● 60 magnificent scenes to search
● 16 brain-teasing mini-games to play
● 23 challenging achievements to earn
● Seven unforgettable characters to meet
● Gripping storyline and theatrical aura
● Game Center Support

Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese

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Customer Reviews

Phantom of the Opera

The puzzles are challenging, the story line is one I’ve seen before, but the way it occurred is unusual. And the characters are interesting, but I do wish they would speak instead of text! The graphics are great, and filled with details…you have to figure out which object or detail is important or usable. The hidden objects are indeed hidden: it’s a challenge to find the last few objects. This will take some time to get to the solution at the end of the game, but that is the kind of game I look for. I detest shoot’em up games, and the swat ‘em games, and the runs that make you run around doing chores: most of those bore me beyond bored. I like the ones that make you think to problem solve, and if the story line is a bit off the wall, so much the better because it allows your imagination to participate, and presents some other variables to use solving problems. The less the resemblence to the real world, the better, including a physical world that is made with fantasy physics. In short, this is a very engaging game.

Overall a great game

I tend to be very picky, and was reluctant to purchase the full version. But the graphics, puzzles, and layout were intriguing enough to pull me in. Overall I am not disappointed- the games lasted me for a couple of weeks and was a good value and enjoyable. I wanted to like this enough to give it five stars, but there were a few overall complaints that I found lessened the enjoyability of the game for me:

*The “back and forth” of having to re-travel back and forth between different locations gets so out of control at one point that it diminishes the enjoyability of the game significantly. There is a HINT button that you can use to help guide the way if you get lost, but there should be more focus in a smaller geographic area before you can progress further.
*The puzzles solutions are a bit strange sometimes, with a bit too much focus on slider puzzles. In puzzle mode the HINT button turns to SOLVE, which lets you skip the puzzle altogether, but I would rather have a HINT at the SOLUTION rather than only have the option to give up. Would it be possible (or too much) to implement both?
*I had absolutely no idea what some of the items I collected were, or what they were for. A popup label and basic item description for each (i.e. “crowbar” or “some kind of key”) would have been helpful.

Othat than that, I really enjoyed this game a lot and look forward to other installments by this production company.

Mystery of the Opera

I love these, I hope when I am finished with this one, that I can find another one! I have done Mortlake Manor. The only thing I wish that this game had that was in the game Mortlake Manor was the Map with the ! in the rooms where there was a task to perform. However, with this game you just have to remember where each task is, and right now I know where I need to use something, but I can't for the life of me remember where I saw it. I end up using the hint button more in this game because there is no map showing the task in that room. I DO NOT LIKE USING THE HINT BUTTON! It seems like you are cheating when you use it, but with no map, sometimes there is no choice. Overall though, I love the theme of the Opera much better that that Mortlake Story line. I love that it doesn't talk to you as much as Mortlake!

Mystery of the Opera
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  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Released:
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 689 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
  • Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References

Compatibility: OS X 10.7.4 or later

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