Reviews and Problems with Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb
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Not much of an adventure, best for young children 6 - 8
SH "Steve from the Mountains in NM", Amazon
14 January 2015
Summary: I got this for my wife (age 60+) , however it gets very repetitious after a couple of days, very little imagination on the part of the developer, this is more for 6 - 8 year olds. The game is mostly finding objects on a scene, putting together simple puzzles and comparing items missing between two pictures. The game reminds me of "Tropico 3". My wife doesn't like shooter games, which is the majority of the expensive popular ones.
a good game, but my copy was messed up at the 6th level
B. Wiggins "Bob Wiggles", Amazon
25 October 2010
Summary: i liked the game but there was a software problem embedded within the cd that caused the game to "lock up" after you reach the 6th level of play. i wouldn't recommend buying it especially since there are a couple of others on the market that are so much better.
Summary: Too much repetition. Same levels over and over again. The game should have been shorter so it wouldn't be so repetitive. Nice graphics and a cool puzzle to open the Tomb. Made you think. I liked the sounds too. But it's not enough to save this game.
Summary: I wasn't crazy about this game, I would have preferred fewer levels with better storyline and not having to find a baseball in the bottom of the sea... And it cracks me up that this logo is a copy from Universal Studies "Adventure Island" haha but anyways.. It's fun nevertheless, not my fav but still..
Summary: I had high hopes of this game when I began. The graphics were acceptable and the music bearable if rather monotonous. However, I hadn't been playing for long before I realised that each scene contained the same objects over and over again, just arranged differently. What was far worse was that halfway through the game at about Level 9 or 10 the actual locations themselves began to be repeated, so there is nothing new to see after that - you just get the first half of the...