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Hidden Object Adventure 3 Pack (Ravenhearst, Serpent of Isis & Strange Cases)

Hidden Object Adventure 3 Pack (Ravenhearst, Serpent of Isis & Strange Cases)

Hidden Object Adventure 3 Pack (Ravenhearst, Serpent of Isis & Strange Cases)

Experience threecompelling adventuresProduct InformationThe Hidden Object Adventure Pack for PC includes threeexciting mystery adventures to challenge your detective skills – andyour Hidden Object-hunting talent.  In Mystery Case Files:Ravenhearst the diary of Emma Ravenhearst unlocks clues to the amansion’s decades-old mystery.  Serpent of Isis takes youaboard the Mont Palu Express on the hunt for a legendary masterpiece. In Strange Cases: The Tarot Card Mystery you’ll follow thetrail of tar

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A Cultural History of Tarot: From Entertainment to Esotericism

A Cultural History of Tarot: From Entertainment to Esotericism

The enigmatic and richly illustrative tarot deck reveals a host of strange and iconic mages, such as The Tower, The Wheel of Fortune, The Hanged Man and The Fool: over which loom the terrifying figures of Death and The Devil. The 21 numbered playing cards of tarot have always exerted strong fascination, way beyond their original purpose, and the multiple resonances of the deck are ubiquitous. From T. S. Eliot and his “wicked pack of cards” in “The Waste Land” to the psychic divination of Solitai

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3 comments on “Hidden Object Adventure 3 Pack (Ravenhearst, Serpent of Isis & Strange Cases)

  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Hidden Object Adventure, March 23, 2013
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    This review is from: Hidden Object Adventure 3 Pack (Ravenhearst, Serpent of Isis & Strange Cases) (Video Game)

    Don’t know whether I like it or not. I am unable to install it on my computer. It gives an error message and quits.

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Disliked two, loved one., June 2, 2012
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    MarsTwain (Seattle, WA) –

    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I bought this pack because Ravenhearst was supposed to be a great game but have to admit, I am not all that impressed by it. It has truly annoying music and a romantic storyline that I didn’t particularly care for. The searches and puzzles are good but the locations repeat so often I got bored and the interconnectedness of the searches to the rest of the activities seemed incidental instead of neccessary. That made the repetition seem like a chore to me.

    Likewise, Serpent of Isis sounded great but it annoyed me. I’m a fan of easy, untimed games that allow me to noodle around and waste time without stress. This wasn’t timed but it had limited hints and seriously irritating characters. Also click penalties drove me nuts.

    I really enjoyed Strange Cases: the Tarot Card Mystery. Other than being a bit shorter than I’d have liked, it was very enjoyable, with no serious penalties, no time limits and interactive searches where you took things you found into other areas to complete tasks. If you liked Mystery Master’s Ghost Ship or Hidden Mystery’s Notre Dame, this game is exactly like those (but shorter.) It was engaging enought to not be a total bore while being just easy enough to keep me in.
    Of course if you loved Ravenhearst, you’ll probably not like Strange Cases…

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  3. 6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Interesting but flawed, December 6, 2010
    This review is from: A Cultural History of Tarot: From Entertainment to Esotericism (Hardcover)

    Much of what the author writes about here on the subject of the esoteric development of Tarot has already been documented in detail by other authors, notably Dummett and Decker in their “History of the Occult Tarot”. The construction of her introductory chapters also rests on the thesis that the Visconti Sforza decks are definitely the “ur-Tarot” from which all later decks developed, which remains unproven. The book poses as an academic work, but the volume really does not seem to justify its high price. Suggestion: wait until it becomes available on Kindle!

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