Reviews and Problems with Eternal Journey: New Atlantis
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Summary: Eternal Journey: New Atlantis is a definite twist on the Hidden Object /puzzle genre, and hits it out of the park. Beginning at a future archeological dig in the newly discovered undersea site of Atlantis, the action never stops. The story is an amazing work of wide-ranging imagination with hints of Robert Heinlein and Edgar Rice Burroughs and, in the Collector's Edition, the player picks up Memory Cards containing snippets of the "science" utilized in the exploration of...
Summary: This is a very relaxing game, the graphic is beautiful and is not too difficult to play. It has many places you can go while you playing the game, in casual mode, you can use the hint that will tell you exactly where to go, or if you like, you can play expert mode and try to guess where your next step should be. Enjoy the game.
Summary: This game was wonderful. It was challenging and fun. Probably one of the best games that I have played. If you like games that you find objects to use in other places, you will love this game. I didn't want to stop. And a surprise ending. I recommend this game to anyone. Well worth the money. I hope there will be more.
Eternal Journey: New Atlantis - Collector's Edition
8 March 2013
Summary: This is definately a 5-Star game for its genre. I have played a lot of Hidden Object Games and Adventure games but this is the first one I played where the mix of these two styles was very enjoyable. I didn't need any hints or cheats, but they are there if you need them. At one point I thought I was near the end because the map showed it was nearly full. That's when I entered the second half of the game.
Eternal Journey : New Atlantis - Collector's Edition
Jean E. Schultz, Amazon
5 January 2013
Summary: This is one of my favorite computer games. I love the map system. All you do is go to the map, click on where you should be and your there, no searching where to go to next. The hidden objects are very easy to find. Eternal Journal : new Atlantis is a very fun game to play. I can't wait to play it again.
Summary: Review is based on the CE version. I liked this one, a nice change from haunted houses, towns, carnivals, whatever. The HO scenes were not junk piles, graphics crisp and your sidekick cat was helpful. The diary kept the clues you needed and the map was the best, told you whether had an action in area and kept the game going - gameplay is linear so some may not like having a bunch of things to do at once. Puzzles were easy to one medium hard.
Summary: Excellent game and really nice to find one with a different theme. This one is all futureistic, well drawn and interesting. There is a map wich shows you where things have to be done - I tried to not use it at first, but when I got stuck it was handy and also as the game progressed and got larger it saved too much running around which was useful. A few mini games, but nothing overely novel. Lots of HOG, but not much repetition.
Summary: This is the Alawar I love. They really vary between games with awesome graphics and an equally amazing story to games with almost no storyline at all, where you fell like you are just wandering around finding inventory objects with no real purpose. This one had a great story, front and center throughout. I loved the underground train graphics and would often not use the jump map just so I could ride it. Really great job.