Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy Collector's Edition
Five years ago, someone left a baby in a basket on your doorstep. You named him Nobu, and resolved to raise him as your own. He has strange markings on one wrist, and in the basket that day was also an indecipherable scroll. Could your little boy be the child of prophecy? Unraveling the boy’s mystery could also be the key to his rescue! Find out in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
May 24, 2015
Organic 2 Digital
Hidden Objects Vs. Mahjong
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Achievements & Collectibles
This game grabbed out attention right from the start due to its very authentic Japanese theme. In fact, Child of Prophecy very accurately presents the Japanese culture, through the dreamy graphics, breathtaking Orient landscapes to the soft and relaxing music. We admired every single scene in this game, regardless of how old-fashioned it might look or the fact that the graphics can be a little grainy at times.
Furthermore, apart from the rather unique theme, Mythic Wonders: Child of Prophecy brings nothing innovative to the table. Luckily, Child of Prophecy is a very long game – the main game nicely concluded in 5 hours and the bonus chapter which is of equal quality lasted around an hour. The Collector’s Edition is pretty weak, with nothing exciting; maybe apart from the extremely-difficult-to-find morphing Origami Cranes collectibles.