App description: Leave for an epic adventure right now, alone or with your family, with the game from the Mysterious Cities of Gold !

Play Esteban, Zia and Tao and guide them on their quest to find the mysterious City of Gold. Explore many areas of China, help them escape their enemies and resolve the numerous riddles and enigmas that will allow them to uncover their hidden objective

Faithful to the story-line and art style of the famous Mysterious Cities of Gold anime cartoon, Secret Paths lets you dig deep into this universe : it is equally suitable if you know the series or if you are a newcomer. You get to play all the main characters, each one with his own set of skills that you will need to use smartly when approaching different challenges. Pick them wisely - their personality matters!

Gorgeous graphics faithful and loyal to the original Mysterious Cities of Gold art style.


Numerous levels with beautiful settings: Explore 30 levels with very various environments, from the deep asian forests, to the heart of the Forbidden City and to the mythic City of Gold.

Collectibles: Unlock high-quality cinematic cut-scenes from the cartoon and bunch of exclusive artworks and virtual items.

Think and act wisely: use the specific skills and attributes of the three children to your advantage when facing the multiple traps, puzzles and hurdles thrown your way.

Made by Fans for Fans: the developers behind the Mysterious Cities of Gold are true fans of the anime, who have grown up watching the first season of the cartoon in their childhood some 30 years ago!

Also available in the following languages: Arabic, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian, Spanish, French, Portughese, German, Italian.

"A viable, appealing option for younger and less experienced players" Nintendolife
"Filled with enjoyable cutscenes and perks" - Nintendo World Report
"A solid gameplay in a nice family friendly package" - Gameramble
"Very charming" - Cublikefoot

Works for iPhone 4S+, iPad 2+, iPod touch 5G+.

biokid's comments:


Link to the free version: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/app/mysterious-cities-gold-secret/id696678010?mt=8
11-26-2013, 12:48 PM
#2
Anyone pledge for this game on Kickstarter?

11-26-2013, 01:13 PM
#3
waiting for video but from screens this looks good...

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11-26-2013, 04:19 PM
#4
Out now Worldwide!
11-26-2013, 04:31 PM
#5
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Originally Posted by biokid View Post
Out now Worldwide!
Dancer - just downloaded but can't play til the morning. Used to watch this when I got home from school. Ulysses 31 next, please.
11-26-2013, 04:32 PM
#6
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Originally Posted by biokid View Post
Anyone pledge for this game on Kickstarter?
Nope. Didn't know it existed until a few seconds ago. The "Director's Cut" implies a remake, but I wasn't aware that there was an original. Loved the cartoon as a kid, though.

Is this any good?

And most importantly, does it have the theme tune?
11-26-2013, 04:38 PM
#7
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Originally Posted by mr_bez View Post
Nope. Didn't know it existed until a few seconds ago. The "Director's Cut" implies a remake, but I wasn't aware that there was an original. Loved the cartoon as a kid, though.

Is this any good?

And most importantly, does it have the theme tune?
This is not a remake. The "Director's Cut" is used to distinguish between the paid and free version of the game (Paid is the Director's Cut version). The free version has IAP (highly likely to be IAP for unlocking full game).

Yes, it has the theme tune (in English) if you play in other language other than French and in French if your native language is French. You have options to choose language in the main menu.

Install Size: 721 MB.
11-26-2013, 06:04 PM
#8
I would suggest those interested in this one try the free version first. The game appears to possibly have been aimed at "a younger audience", and while there's nothing wrong with that, if you're expecting something more than fairly dull switch puzzles and patronizing (if you're above twelve) narrative you may be disappointed.
11-26-2013, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Gabrien View Post
I would suggest those interested in this one try the free version first. The game appears to possibly have been aimed at "a younger audience", and while there's nothing wrong with that, if you're expecting something more than fairly dull switch puzzles and patronizing (if you're above twelve) narrative you may be disappointed.
+1 The game is very easy. You switch between characters to complete puzzles with narrative between characters during each level. It is targeted towards younger audience, but still playable for adults (not recommend for hardcore gamers who are looking for challenge though).
11-26-2013, 07:28 PM
#10
What is The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths? Is it a point and click adventure game or an action game like Oceanhorn?

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