Mysteries of Neverville - The Runestone of Light
Average Rating 5 player reviews ( 4.2 out of 5.0 )
Save your town from the evil necromancer Grimhall by restoring the runestone of Neverville.
The runestone of light that has protected the town of Neverville for thousands of years is missing. With nothing to protect the town, an evil fog has surrounded the people inside. You are the daughter of Cygnus Rastlin, the greatest guardian of Neverville and must return to the town to stop the evil from spreading. Find out who is lurking in the fog! Is it the notorious necromancer Grimhall, who was once captured and buried inside a stone chamber by Cugnus Rastlin himself. Who is behind the disappearance of the runestone! Will you be able to save the innocent people of Neverville from their grim fate by restoring the runestone to its rightful place?
-Immersive magical atmosphere
-Elaborate storyline with many different characters
-Visit carnivals, jungles and graveyards in your amazing journey
-Play unique puzzles and overcome hurdles in completely new ways
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This is a good game. The hints help in HO's and also where to go and helps you jump to that scene. I do agree the ending is a little sharp,it should have went on with putting the ruin stones back together. It's like they forgot to end it right or was time crunched. LoL. Enjoy. See more See less
This is a very entertaining game. Everything about it was fine. The only criticism I have is that the game was very short. Also, the runestones you are collecting don't end up being used. And the ending was very abrupt, as stated by another player. Other than that, it is a good game, so enjoy what there is of it. See more See less
Game was fine for playability, and the graphics were clear enough so that you didn't feel like you were looking for miscellaneous objects. But the sound tried to make up for the lack of story, and I gave it a bad rating for gameplay because you don't get to finish the story. This is obviously one of those "you should have gotten the collector's version", because you are collecting runestones, but you don't do anything with them. Poor game design - as if they lost interest and decided not to do the ending. See more See less