Hidden object game review

Coyote’s Tale: Fire and Water

Two sisters are about to go on the strangest vacation of their lives, as the mischievous Aztec gods of Mexico strive to make life a little more difficult for the human race.

In Coyote’s Tale: Fire and Water you can play as the fiery Tletl or the mellow Atl as they embark on a deceiving quest. With the Max, the god of games, and Coyote, the god of storytelling as your guides, challenge 15 Aztec gods and collect hidden items in attempts to stop the world from falling into chaos. However, the gods aren’t your only problem. As Coyote Tale: Fire and Water progresses Tletl and Atl have to face an even more dangerous opponent. Betrayal.

Coyote’s Tale: Fire and Water is divided into 15 chapters that take place in 18 locations across Mexico, which include both important Aztec shrines like the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the Palace of Quetzacoatl, the Mitla Tombs, as well as more generic locales like a waterfall, cornfield and cave. By finding all the items in each scene, you’ll charge the girl’s magic staff enough for her to challenge one of the gods. Then, you must pass each god’s mini-game challenge to continue to the next chapter. The mini-games are enjoyable, offering a variety of challenges from jigsaw puzzles and memory games to various brainteasers involving mirrors, jugs of water and patterns.

Coyote’s Tale: Fire and Water is definitely a mixed bag, but can be charming in its own way.

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  • Mac OS X 10.4.11
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Processor 1 GHz

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