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Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb
7.5 out of 10

Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb

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Reviews and Problems with Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb

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Overall 4
4.0

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.
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Overall 4
4.0

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. capnbob
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Overall 4
4.0

User review by gnovak1

gnovak1, Gamezebo
2 April 2009
  • 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.
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Overall 4
4.0

User review by dkiddo

dkiddo, Gamezebo
16 December 2008
  • 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..
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Overall 4
4.0

Boring and repetitive

C. Brown, Amazon
8 May 2009
  • 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.
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