Mystery Tales: Eye of the Fire - Hidden Objects

Mystery Tales: Eye of the Fire - Hidden Objects

By Big Fish Games, Inc

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-02-23
  • Current Version: 1.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 1.09 GB
  • Developer: Big Fish Games, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.44
From 175 Ratings


Play the trial for FREE! Pay once & complete the adventure! You’ve been asked to help a young woman who’s lately been troubled by some very unusual nightmares. Apparently, she’s being harassed by the spirit of a witch who died centuries ago, with eyes that burn like fire. This dark sorceress is trying to use poor Katharina to come back from the dead and exact her vengeance on the world, and you must put a stop to it before it’s too late! • IT’S A BATTLE OF GOOD AND EVIL WITCHES! Is Katharina really the first true witch to be born in centuries? Is that why Madlena wants to steal that power for her own nefarious plans? • CAN YOU SAVE THIS INNOCENT SOUL? Break the deadly curse through haunting hidden object scenes. • USE YOUR SPECIAL GLASSES TO PEER INTO THE PAST This mystical device will help you solve magical puzzles and bewitching mini-games. • PUT A STOP TO MORE WITCHES IN THE ENCHANTED BONUS CHAPTER Contain a deadly plague and enjoy additional Collector’s Edition exclusives including collectible Tarot Cards, morphing objects, and more! *** Discover more from Big Fish! *** Check out our entire game library with our Big Fish Games app absolutely FREE here: Sign up for our newsletter and never miss a new release or promotion again: Big Fish is the leading global marketplace to discover and enjoy casual games. You can enjoy our virtually endless selection of games anytime, anywhere — on your PC, Mac, mobile phone, or tablet. Learn more at! Become a fan on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:



  • Enjoyable

    By dhdufyehdnckduxg
    Nice game, but not very intricate. Too easy to learn. I dislike the mini games and like the hint and skip times to be shorter to avoid them.
  • How Did I not Know About Domini Before?

    By Lady3Eye
    So, this is about the eighth game I have played of Domini’s and I cant believe how they make such good games every time and how I only discovered them a little over five months ago after being a huge HOG player for years! They really are a superb game company. In this game/episode, you again play a woman who can put on these special glasses and see psychically into the past. This time, she is dealing with a witch. What I absolutely adore about the games besides the great artwork and storyline and games, Domini always puts that extra something in. In this one, the pages of a book get scattered and you have to find them throughout the game. Each one has a cool drawing and some witchy thing like a broomstick as well as a description of the item. They do this cool step in many of their games and I LOVE IT. It makes the game so much more interesting and immersive. Thanks again Domini for a killer game! Keep em coming, PLEASE! Lady Three Eye ~~~~~
  • Good

    By Yissa33
    I liked some of the mini puzzles as they were different than similar games. The story was rather weak and the witch pretty sad. Overall the game seemed shorter. Not sure it was worth the full price.
  • So much to love

    By Mzscahlett
    But there were a few puzzles that either the controls were unresponsive or the instructions failed. And I do these a lot. Otherwise a five star
  • Good game!

    By Ajax713
    Lots of hops and lots of puzzles. The hops were list, interactive and silhouette. The puzzles ranged from easy to difficult, and a choice of casual or hard was available for most of them. I am a puzzle lover, so I was excited by the ones from Domini, as usual they are better than most. I really liked the colored discs/bone hands puzzle, great sound effects! The story is a bit lacking. For example, you’re called in to help a woman, then she’s not even seen again after the first few scenes. And Madlena is supposedly returning to power because this woman you’re supposed to help is the first witch born in 500 years. Then we learn another character’s daughter is also a witch🤷‍♀️. Also not a fan of the whole positive attitude to the medieval inquisition theme, in this case it’s a “real” witch, but as we know, hundreds of people were tortured and killed that were innocent. Graphics were fine, could’ve been a bit better. Lengthy game. Collectible tarot cards that, if all are collected, give you an extra game, which is an annoying one, similar to one in the main game, where you’re given a set of cards to memorize and then remember, but they move each time and you don’t know which cards you’ll need until you’ve tried and failed. Collectible morphing devices, and witch pages. Solid 4 star game, especially if you like puzzles.
  • Lots of fun!

    By WeBHeelin
    This game is a lot of fun. HO plus Mystery. You know, I find it humorous to see people complain about paying $6 or $7 for an app; but have no qualms about plunking down that same amount for a coffee at Starbucks.
  • Win,win

    By GammaVC
    At $2.99,this is a steal. Great value!
  • Not Domini’s best

    By jennifer626
    My rating is grudgingly rounded up from a 3.5. There were some really annoying negatives, such as: - if you accidentally click out of a minigame, it resets the entire puzzle; - the bonus chapter was a rush job that literally reused minigames from the main game; and - if you miss a collectible in any given scene during gameplay, that’s it. There is no way to find them later. But Domini Games does come through with a seamless transition (I’m looking at you, Elefun), beautiful, immersive graphics, and a storyline that I found interesting. While Eye of Fire is definitely not one of their best games, it’s better than many in the Big Fish catalog and is worth buying at the sale price.
  • One of the better games!

    By Websec
    Try it, you’ll like it!
  • Zxt

    By lithomas
    Great game