Busy Gamer Streaming - 1st 30 mins of Artifex Mundi Hidden Object Adventures x6

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Unless this is your first visit, you know I love Artifex Mundi hidden object games. Due to the site freeze, I have a backlog of some 30 videos I posted to my YouTube channel

If I'm going to clear the backlog and get back to podcast editing, I'm going to need to post some of these in batches. Here are six of these games that I posted recently:

Family Mysteries: Poisonous Promises is the latest Artifex Mundi hidden object game on Xbox, and the first in a new series. You play a reluctant detective pressured into solving an unusual murder. Like other games in this genre, you collect clues and use them to assemble deductions that progress the story. Some objects are well hidden - I finally had to use a hint (which I never do!) to locate an elusive lizard:


Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders is one of my favorite Artifex Mundi hidden object games. In a midnight movie sort of way, the performances are so bad they're good. Seriously, I laughed out loud several times. The puzzles are pretty great too:


Scarlett Mysteries: Cursed Child is another standard Artifex Mundi trope: a missing person must be tracked while solving a supernatural mystery and, of course, lots of puzzles. The acting is above par on this one - though it's really about the myriad puzzles, and those are solid too:


Modern Tales: Age of Invention falls into the steampunk genre of Artifex Mundi hidden object games (which also includes the excellent Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink). These are generally the most interesting story-wise and strike a lighter tone than those that are steeped in horror or mystery:


Path of Sin: Greed is an Artifex Mundi detective story. It blends their patented mix of puzzles and hidden object scenes with a hard-boiled mystery. Several times in the game, you'll be called on to correlate evidence and make deductions. So grab your magnifying glass and notebook, and let's get to solving:


Dreamwalker: Never Fall Asleep is another of my beloved Artifex Mundi hidden object games. Often the story doesn't matter much, and this is pretty much the case here. Basically you solve puzzles that appear while exploring inside a character's dreams, Inception-style. It's a dark tale that's compelling enough to draw you through to the end:


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