Reviews and Problems with Eternal Journey: New Atlantis
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Great Si-fi hidden object game
9 November 2015
Summary: This was a great Si-Fi game and I wish that Mystery Masters would make more like this one. I think it drawers a larger customer base than some of the fantasy series, especially with males. My husband liked this one and he is not that much into hidden object games.
Summary: On August 20, 2015, Dr. Amrite Stone, an archaeologist with expertise in hieroglyphics and ancient languages, arrives at her dream job. She is joining her fiancee, Michael, at an undersea dome set up over the lost city of Atlantis.
Summary: I actually bought this is as part of a combo pack so that's why I'm not showing as a verified purchase but I figured it'd be better to review it here. I love this game. If you are a sci-fi buff you will too. It has really beautiful sets, great music, and an interesting story too.
Summary: I really liked this game, and one of the best things is how well it was produced with no glitches or difficult to click on issues so many other games make us deal with. Plenty of mini-games and PLENTY of really good hidden object games with crystal clear images of things that are NOT all shrouded in...
Summary: What an amazingly detailed and extensive fantasy world is created here! The artwork is stunning. The movement through the imaginary world feels like a journey. A lot of thought has been given to the storyline, which often is paper thin.