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A great myth has enduring power. As Chinas most skilled healer, you are summoned to the Imperial City to save your Emperors son. While there you discover a devious plot.

THE EMPERORS SON HAS BEEN POISONED!
Nothing is as it seems. You can trust no one as you investigate this crime and find a cure for the young prince.

USE YOUR HEALING SKILLS
As you journey through the Imperial City, use your herbal kit to create power potions to summon spirits and heal the people you meet.

WHO IS BEHIND THIS TERRIBLE CONSPIRACY?
Who would want to bring the Chinese Empire to its knees? Find clues and investigate the city to discover the truth. But, be cautious or you might find your own life in danger.

UNLOCK THE BONUS GAME TO BRING THE VILLAIN TO JUSTICE!
Track down Master Lei once and for all in the bonus chapter. Also, complete all of the achievements and enjoy the beautiful game art in the stunning Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure!

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06-24-2014, 12:02 AM
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A very enjoyable and polished hidden object adventure that makes good use of the Chinese setting. I've only played (to completion) the PC version, mind you.

In a nice touch, if at any time you get sick of finding objects, you can switch to a tile-matching mahjong game instead. Every few tile matches, an item will be struck from your two-find game. This is not the first game to offer that option (see Phantasmat), but it definitely helps with pacing.

It IS a bit anachronistic, though, since mahjong tiles as we know them today only date back to 1846, but I won't count that against it.

Last edited by Silvers; 06-24-2014 at 12:14 AM.