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Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix HD
iOS iPad Games
Mina's dreams about her grandmother Kate have become unbearable nightmares. Haunted by one dream of the grandma’s house in flames, Mina takes a trip to her family's estate in Pozoj. And so began what turned into the greatest adventure of her life! Join Mina, searching Pozoj, solving dozens of puzzles, and meeting mythical creatures. Defeat the evil spirit called Strix in Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix, a fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
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● 32 Unique fantasy locations to explore
● 21 Entertaining puzzles to solve
● Meet 10 mythical creatures in your search!
● 6 Mysterious chapters
● Stunning graphics and a soothing soundtrack
● Game Center Support
● New iPad Retina Display Support
Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
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Join Mina in her mystical trip and defeat the evil spirit in this spine-chilling adventure.
- Minor fixes and improvements
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