Master Wu and the Glory of the Ten Powers

  • Multiple minigames
  • Exciting adventure
  • Find the lost sword!
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 44

Review for game Master Wu and the Glory of the Ten Powers

Let Master Wu and the glorious sword of the 10 powers take you on a Hidden Object adventure through ancient China! Investigate various locations like a harbor and an ancient Chinese fortress as you search for the lost magical sword. Look for artifacts and clues to help you reach your goal! Master multiple minigames to progress and discover the secrets of Master Wu and the glorious sword of the 10 powers!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

April 27, 2010

Game Rank

2956 points

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Dull, fuzzy, and tiny...
October 6, 2013

This game had no appeal to me at all, and I'm not that fussy. Dull: No story that I could see, and you just go from one HOS to another with a ridiculously easy puzzle every now and then. Fuzzy: The graphics were blurry and unattractive. Tiny: Many objects in the HOS's were so tiny or hidden you couldn't make them out at all. Bottom line, there aren't very many games I've disliked enough to not play through to the end, but I think this is one of them.

Not Bad
May 31, 2013

I only played about 30 minutes of the demo, but I plan to play more and possibly buy. There is a little story that is in the beginning before you start the game. It travels upwards like what they do for movies, but if you don't want to read it you can click the screen to move on. The graphics are not the best. The are a bit grainy and some blurring around the edges. But they're cute and not cluttered. There isn't much of a challenge to the HOS. Some items are small but they are easily recognizable because the scenes are not cluttered. You can chose to play timed or not which is at the player sign in screen. The minigames are simple and doesn't require too much thinking. For example, one puzzle had a safe with two knobs and four numbers corresponding to each knob with four lights below them. You had a piece of paper with four numbers for reference. You had to find the right combination of numbers that added up to each one on that paper. I think the first number was 20, so you click the each dial until you have two that equal twenty, press a button and if it's correct the first light below would light up green. You just rinse and repeat. Another puzzle had me matching elements such as fire, water, soil, etc.. to the corresponding circles on a piece of paper. Not too hard since the arrows were colored accordingly. There was a mini tutorial at the beginning but it didn't hold your hand. Boxes popped up pointing to the different parts of the screen explaining their key points. You can just click through them without reading if you choose. The thing that threw me off was the girl who popped up once in each scene to give you a brief dialogue which you can read or skip by clicking. She was a cartoon but the scenes were real. It was weird seeing the two combined. I found this game relaxing. I think this would be good for beginners because there isn't much complexity but advanced players who want a break may find this relaxing to kick back if they feel like fooling around outside

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