We love kicking back with an Artifex Mundi game, and god knows there’s enough of them present on the Xbox Store to allow for full weeks to be lost to their mysteries. That library of Hidden Object titles has now expanded though, with the arrival of Family Mysteries 3: Criminal Mindset. And it just so happens to usher in an all new bundle collection too.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox, with fully native Smart Delivery Xbox One and optimised Xbox Series X|S versions on offer, Family Mysteries 3: Criminal Mindset is the third title in the Family Mysteries saga, following on from those of Family Mysteries: Poisonous Promises and Family Mysteries 2: Echoes of Tomorrow.
Should you wish to embark on the weird Hidden Object journey of Family Mysteries 3: Criminal Mindset, you’ll find that a download from the Xbox Store will set you back the usual £12.49. That’s a decent price to pay too, especially for a game that sees you taking on the role of a famous scientist on a mission.
It is here where you play the part of one Nancy Bradford, the daughter of a scientist who died a couple of decade back. As with much in the scientific world though, mystery shrouded this death and as you begin to find your feet in the industry begin to find yourself falling into a world of action, double agents, brainwashing, experiments (of the murky kind) and conspiracy theories.
In all Family Mysteries 3 promises to deliver up some of the finest spy fiction action you can get on consoles, mixing in X-Files vibes just enough to keep the most fussy of fans happy.
If previous Artifex Mundi titles are anything to go by, this should be a corker. Keep your eyes peeled as we get a review out in the near future.
Should you be sold immediately on the subject matter though, whether that be as you’re a fan of Artifex, love a bit of spy fiction, or just want to drop in on the Hidden Object genre to try and understand the draw, you’ll find a copy of Family Mysteries 3: Criminal Mindset present and correct from the Xbox Store. It’s there as either an individual purchase or as part of the Family Mysteries Collection for £29.99 – if you haven’t yet purchased the other titles in the series, that’s probably the best way to go.
Pick it up and let us know what you think of this latest tale. The comments are below.
You are Nancy Bradford, a talented daughter of famous scientists who died under mysterious circumstances 20 years ago. Your recent studies, concentrating on mind control, draw attention from a prestigious Neurotech Institute as well as the CIA, which resulted in an unusual offer. Continuing studies within the walls of a top-secret laboratory and getting a huge grant is surely enticing, spying on the other hand sounds like a risky job. Brace yourself as it’s just a kick-off for a deadly game! Third instalment of the Family Mysteries series plunges you into a sea of action, double agents, brainwashed patients, murky experiments, nerds and conspiracy theories. A thrilling example of spy fiction with upfront overtones of X-Files, that should satisfy even the pickiest fans of the genre as the story unfolds at a breakneck pace and keeps you immersed to the very last minute! Avoid being uncovered, save the mankind and discover the old family secret, which will shed some light on the past!