What are the warmest memories from your childhood? For Mina, they were days spent with her dear granny, who used to tell her fairy tales about mythical creatures. Now gamers can find out that granny’s stories were far from fictional, as Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix is FREE on iPhone, iPad, Google Play and Kindle Fire through July 19, 2015. Download the game today and join Mina in the greatest adventure of her life!
Accompany Mina on a search for a family estate, solve tons of puzzles and meet numerous mythical creatures along the way. Uncover incredible secrets about Mina’s grandmother’s past. Defeat the evil spirit called Strix and free the bewitched inhabitants of the surrounding forests and mountains!
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix provides a delightful and relaxing gaming experience and never becomes frustrating or overly difficult. You can choose between three difficulty modes – easy, casual and adventure – and change your selection at any time. Realistically drawn scenes, pleasant music and an otherworldly atmosphere will draw you in right from the start. Take your time and enjoy an absorbing ride with Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix!
The game is developed by Cateia Games and published by G5 Entertainment AB
- 32 unique fantasy locations to explore
- 21 entertaining puzzles to solve
- 10 mythical creatures to meet
- Six mysterious chapters
- Stunning graphics and a soothing soundtrack
Starting today, July 13, 2015 through July 19, 2015
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix (Full) for iPhone
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix HD (Full) for iPad
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix for Google Play
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Strix for Kindle Fire
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