May’s Mysteries: Professor Layton Has Competition

May's Mysteries: Professor Layton Has Competition

More puzzles and riddles in the Professor Layton style

The Professor Layton series has been for many years one of the most valued by all lovers of puzzles, riddles and other logic gamesto. Developed by Level 5, from its first titles for Nintendo DS little by little they were reaching other platforms such as the Nintendo Switch or even Android and iOS smartphones.

The problem is that its developers cannot be releasing new installments every few months, so whoever likes this type of game is “condemned” to look for alternatives or simply have patience until possible novelties within the saga. Especially if together with the minigames they also value the graphic section.

May’s Mysteries is a new puzzle game that will be released next March on both devices Android like iOS. And we are not going to deny that at first it could seem to be a developer directly by Level 5, because on a graphical level it is very careful and shares that particular style that has always liked from Layton’s adventures.

Of course, beyond a few attractive graphics, which allow you to enjoy the title a lot and give it a better atmosphere, the best thing is that throughout the puzzle theme it also seems that it will be able to satisfy the most demanding users.

Because this game will feature more than 270 mini-games Among which you will find some 230 puzzles where you will have to apply your logic to solve them, as well as 25 games with hidden objects and another 13 that will be rhythmic. All of them distributed among the more than 80 locations that you will have to visit around four worlds.

An arsenal of challenges and details that will certainly please those who like this type of proposal, which are ideal to enjoy quietly at home while enjoying its soundtrack or relaxing with the music you like the most in the background.

May’s Mysteries: the Secret of Dragonville

This new game of LThe Mysteries of May and the Secret of Dragon Village will be released in March, but if you want to get into its beta, it is possible thanks to Testflight on iOS and early access on Android. It is NOT one hundred percent sure that you have the option to access, but you can try. Because its developers are looking for users to help them profile the latest details of the game, finding possible bugs that have been overlooked.

So, if you want to see if you could try it before its official launch, you can request at anti-dandruff access to FredBear Games through the following links:

If you succeed and form an opinion about the game, do not hesitate to share it with us. We think fans of puzzles and other puzzles will love it.


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