Wanderlust: The City of Mists

Mad Head Games presents the latest exhilarating installment of the Wanderlust series! When your explorer mother disappears while looking for the fabled City of Mists, you’re called in to help! You quickly find that there’s much more to the myth than just stories. An ancient civilization beckons, and you’re not the only one trying to reach it! Can you protect the hidden city from a dangerous foe and save your mom in time? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

It isn't even subtle. Are you willing to traverse ocean and jungle to reach your prize? As always, please try the demo and give the game a chance. I had to submit a review to boost the unfair rating it was given. Why not start following us on the networks you use regularly? Will you thwart threat and treachery lurking at every step of the way? You may unsubscribe at any moment by clicking the link Unsubscribe in e-mails you received from us. You get to keep the important tools, which I think is great, I never understood why you always got rid of a knife only to need it again a minute later. Can't wait for the next part of this title. Rated 5 out of 5 by jessickamckenzie from Best game in a long time! We do have a tool kit that I felt was a bit of a gadget as it jiggled around on the side of my inventory bar when it should be used. Can you find and rescue your mother?

After a rather annoying start to the game it became more enjoyable as I found The City of Mists. Not just the same routine that is in every game. Rated 5 out of 5 by jessickamckenzie from Best game in a long time! Subscribe to our newsletter and stay up-to-date with anything and everything Mad Head. I had to submit a review to boost the unfair rating it was given. We regularly post on a range of our social media accounts. I found the comic relief of Collins to be rather annoying when I played the beta for the game and when I tried the demo there he was again with his irritating bag of tricks. With weird ancient technology bending the minds of friends and subverting allies, you have to navigate difficult ground in order to simply survive. I happen to enjoy terrific HOS — yes, even the old school list type and I want the items to actually represent what must be found. In the end I found that this Wanderlust is a terrific game and one that I hope you will enjoy as well. I love interactive, list scenes and can do without all of the storybook type where we must find an item according to a word on a page. You may unsubscribe at any moment by clicking the link Unsubscribe in e-mails you received from us. What were they thinking?? Please developers return to great HOS and stop with all these storybook scenes.


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It made you think outside of the box. I am so tired of Bubble Zoo 2 new trend of brown items melting into a background in order to make a HOS seemingly more difficult. I didn't mind Wanderlust: The City of Mists Collin character, I enjoyed his snarky arrogant personality, however, the "collin bar" feature where you can make him tell you a joke, etc was kind of lame in Wanderlust: The City of Mists opinion and more annoying than anything. As always, please try the demo and give the game a chance. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by roaming from Simply Awful I lasted until Andrew knocked a hole in the ship, but I already hated it well before that. Of course there were a couple of puzzles that I skipped. One last thing. We regularly post on a range of our social media accounts. I'm totally fine with keeping valuable tools to use throughout The Witch and The Warrior game, but I was not crazy about the shaking toolbox icon. After a rather annoying start to the game it became more enjoyable as I found The City of Mists. In the CE version, each scene has a Morphing Object. I found the comic relief of Collins to be rather annoying when I played the beta for the game and when I tried the demo there he was again with his irritating bag of tricks. City of Mists is yours for the taking! However, a perilous sea crossing and a treacherous jungle trek are not all that stands between you and the City. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by damaminka from Collins Unlike the other players who found him annoying I loved him!

I love interactive, list scenes and can do without all of the storybook type where we must find an item according to a word on a page. You get to keep the important tools, which I think is great, I never understood why you always got rid of a knife only to need it again a minute later. With weird ancient technology bending the minds of friends and subverting allies, you have to navigate difficult ground in order to simply survive. In my opinion, there should be an option to turn off the Toolbox Shake Hint. I had to submit a review to boost the unfair rating it was given. Subscribe to our newsletter and stay up-to-date with anything and everything Mad Head. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by roaming from Simply Awful I lasted until Andrew knocked a hole in the ship, but I already hated it well before that. The mini-games or puzzles were actually much better than the HOS, proving that this is where most developers are putting their energy when designing games. Will you thwart threat and treachery lurking at every step of the way? I agree and consent to Mad Head Games Privacy and cookie policy and Terms and Conditions By subscribing, you acknowledge that you have read and understood that e-mail address you provided is stored and used to send you our Newsletters. Mini-Games don't require a lot of brain-power but I actually enjoyed most of them. The storyline and the gameplay are what sold me on the game and those are what kept me playing. By the time I reached the island I was rather hooked on the game so I decided to go ahead and purchase it so I could continue playing. One last thing.

I love interactive, list scenes and can do without all of the storybook type where we must find an item according to a word on a page. I found the comic relief of Collins to be rather annoying when I played the beta for the game and when I tried the demo there he was again with his irritating bag of tricks. This game was so much more than all the other HOPs out there. Mini-Games don't require a lot of brain-power but I actually enjoyed most of them. This from another reviewer sums up my feelings about Andrew Collins. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by damaminka from Collins Unlike the other Mr. Jones Graveyard Shift who found him annoying I loved him! And contrary to what the other reviews on this page said, you can turn off the feature so it doesn't let you know when you need it. The storyline and the gameplay are what sold me on the game and those are what kept me playing. I didn't mind the Collin character, I enjoyed his snarky arrogant personality, Magic Heroes: Save Our Park, the "collin bar" feature where you can make him tell you a joke, etc was kind of lame in my Solitaire Valentines Day 2 and more annoying than anything. What was so bad? When Rebecca receives an urgent letter from mum telling her to drop everything and bring granddad's Charm Summertime Mahjong her, she suddenly realizes that her mother may have just located the city no one Wanderlust: The City of Mists ever laid eyes on before! We do have a tool kit that I felt was a bit of a gadget as it jiggled around on the side of my inventory bar when it should be used. I am so tired of this new trend of brown items melting into a background in order to make a HOS seemingly more difficult.


In my opinion, there should be an option to turn off the Toolbox Shake Hint. Can't wait for the next part of this title. We regularly post on a range of our social media accounts. In the CE version, each scene has a Morphing Object. Not just the same routine that is in every game. The game didn't need to be dark or violent though I like those, too to be fun. You get to keep the important tools, which I think is great, I never understood why you always got rid of a knife only to need it again a minute later. I didn't mind the Collin character, I enjoyed his snarky arrogant personality, however, the "collin bar" feature where you can make him tell you a joke, etc was kind of lame in my opinion and more annoying than anything. The extra game was really-really fun. The second gadget feature was also included in the first Wanderlust game, the Tool Box, that allows you to permanently keep a Knife a pair of Needle-nose Pliers, and Granddad's Charm, another gadget that controls the Iron Giants. Overall I enjoyed the puzzles more than the lackluster HOS in the game. Subscribe to our newsletter and stay up-to-date with anything and everything Mad Head. I had to submit a review to boost the unfair rating it was given. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by damaminka from Collins Unlike the other players who found him annoying I loved him! I agree and consent to Mad Head Games Privacy and cookie policy and Terms and Conditions By subscribing, you acknowledge that you have read and understood that e-mail address you provided is stored and used to send you our Newsletters.

3 thoughts on “Wanderlust: The City of Mists

  1. It isn't even subtle. What were they thinking?? The extra game was really-really fun. However, a perilous sea crossing and a treacherous jungle trek are not all that stands between you and the City. What was so bad?

  2. And contrary to what the other reviews on this page said, you can turn off the feature so it doesn't let you know when you need it. We do have a tool kit that I felt was a bit of a gadget as it jiggled around on the side of my inventory bar when it should be used. It isn't even subtle. I'm totally fine with keeping valuable tools to use throughout the game, but I was not crazy about the shaking toolbox icon. In the end I found that this Wanderlust is a terrific game and one that I hope you will enjoy as well.

  3. Please developers return to great HOS and stop with all these storybook scenes. Why not start following us on the networks you use regularly? Finding and proving The City of Mists exists has been Isabella's lifelong quest, who caught the adventure seeking bug from Granddad. Overall I enjoyed the puzzles more than the lackluster HOS in the game.

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