The Hidden Prophecies of Nostradamus
Average Rating 40 player reviews ( 3.0 out of 5.0 )
What secrets do the prophecies hold?
The Hidden Prophecies of Nostradamus. Through the centuries the world's greatest scholars have studied and debated the prophecies of Nostradamus. Now it's your turn.
What secrets lie hidden in the lines of the 942 quatrains? What disasters do they warn us of? Are they a window to the future? A roadmap to the moods of fate?
Now there is hope. A deck of ancient tarot cards can lead you to the missing fragments of Nostradamus' crystal ball. With the crystal ball in hand, perhaps the meaning behind The Hidden Prophecies of Nostradamus will become clear.
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I rated low only cuz I could not get past the 2nd puzzle where you fire at locks. Used up all my skips by this time, so I can not continue. Also, could not figure how to unscramble the tarot card puz either. Game needs more instructions and ability to skip. Too frustrating for me. It is a shame for such a good game. See more See less
Gameplay is rated very low because there are some mini games I really didn't enjoy and would have liked to continue with the HOG part. But since only 3 minigame skips are allowed I didn't want to sit through hours of game play that was not fun for me to get to the part that was. Mini games should always have a skip option for those who may not enjoy the specific mini games they have chosen to add. See more See less
I found this game to be difficult. It takes time to think way ahead and to back track. Recommended for the abstract, and patient thinker. Graphics are great. Getting from place to place is simple. To many steps to go through. I just uninstalled because of the level of difficulty. See more See less
It looked like it might be a fun game but I've never played an HO game where all the hidden objects disappear after your first click you supposed to guess where things are. Bizaarre! I would click and click just by luck find something...usually hidden behind something else...but in no way visible. See more See less