Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough & Cheats

Our Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough will be your guide as you race to save two stolen children, their school, and the whole city. When you’re asked to investigate the disappearance of two children it seems like a fairly standard request; you are a detective after all. But after only a few moments at the school where they vanished you realize it’s anything but standard. Now you must fight to find not only the children, but also a way to defeat the black shadows that now haunt the school. Could the Maestro’s violin be the key? Our insider tips, step-by-step instructions, and assortment of custom screenshots will be with you as you investigate this city full of strange music.

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Author:   Date: Feb-07-2013

Welcome to our Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough, where we’ve gathered all the hints and tips you’ll need to defeat the dark shadows that haunt a prestigious music school. Our endless step-by-step instructions and collection of custom marked screenshots will help you investigate the strange music and disappearances revolving around the Maestro. Please enjoy our Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough.

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Opening Story:

In Maestro: Music from the Void, you play a detective who has been called in to investigate the disappearance of two children from a very prestigious music school. Upon arriving, however, you discover there’s more going on than just the disappearance; there are dark, malevolent shadows haunting the school, and only the Maestro’s violin seems to be able to defeat them. You must get to the bottom of the disappearances as you wield the violin against the darkness that terrorizes the school, or else more than the children may be doomed.

General Tips for playing Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough

Difficulty – Three modes: Casual, Advanced, and Hard; in Casual mode active zones are indicated by sparkles and the skip and hint buttons charge quickly. In Advanced mode active zones are not indicated by sparkles and the hint and skip buttons charge more slowly. In Hard mode active zones aren’t indicated, the hint and skip buttons charge very slowly and black-bar tips are disabled.

Arrow Cursor – An arrow appears it means you can move in that direction.

Hand Cursor - When a hand appears it means you can pick up an item and add it to your inventory.

Magnifying Glass Icon -  When a magnifying glass appears it means you can zoom into an area to get a better look.

Hidden Object Scenes -  Hidden object scenes will be indicated by sparkles.

Inventory -  Your inventory can be found at the bottom of the screen. You can lock it to keep your inventory showing at all times or you can leave it unlocked, in which case your inventory will shrink when you’re not interacting with it.

Hints -  The hint button is the blue crystal sphere found in lower right hand corner of your screen. Just remember, the button takes time to charge before you can use it again.

Violin -  The Maestro’s violin will be located in the bottom right corner of your screen next to the hint button after you find it. It will activate when you need to play it.

Map -  The map is in the lower left hand corner of your screen near the diary and the menu. The map will show you where you are, what your objectives are, and in Casual Mode will tell you any available actions.

Diary – Your diary can be found in the lower left hand corner of your screen near the menu and the map; it will keep you up-to-date on the story thus far.

Menu -  The menu button is located at the bottom left portion of your screen near your diary.

Skip -  During mini-games, if you are having trouble or maybe you just don't feel like solving it, you can click on the skip button.

Those are the basics for playing Maestro: Music from the Void; good luck! We hope you enjoy our Maestro: Music from the Void Walkthrough!

 

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