You receive an urgent message from your adventurer friend - he needs help finding a lost treasure! But when watching the message, your projector breaks.
Unfortunately, bandits now control the area. You'll have to take a dangerous train ride to secretly reach the ruins. But during the trip, the bandits attack! Can you solve puzzling clues and find hidden objects to escape in this exciting hidden object game adventure?
Luckily a map shows the route to the ruins. But with bandits everywhere, it won't be easy getting there. You'll need all your hidden object game skills to sneak past guards, repair vehicles, and solve tricky puzzles along the way. Only then can you and your friend excavate the lost treasure and return home safely. Get ready for hidden surprises and thrills around every desert corner!
Set in the 1950's, this adventure game captures the spirit of Indiana Jones films with its designs. You play as an adventurer/archaeologist exploring desert canyons. The sepia tones and utilitarian costumes immerse you in the era. Vast deserts and canyons stretch as far as the eye can see, pulling you into the adventurous world.
This adventure game introduces you to a colorful cast of characters, though unseen. Through stylized cues, you'll experience the pulse-pounding action unfolding around your explorer. Train wrecks, collapsing bridges, and explosions erupt in thrilling sequences that keep you engaged for hours on end. Interactive puzzles and a compelling storyline keep the adventure moving at a gripping pace. You won't want to stop playing until the hidden treasures and lost ruins are uncovered!
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The gameplay is not too complicated, especially if you played a Hidden Object game before. Much like the point and click adventure games of old, you go from screen to screen searching for useful items to unlock new areas and solve puzzles. Some items are simply keys to a puzzle, others are required to even start it. What you will be doing most frequently as a minigame is trying to find all the objects in a list, and your reward is something useful for your quest. But there are other kinds of brain teasers for you to enjoy, all rather varied.
The game also cuts down on a lot of dead time, as to not detract from the experience of the game. For example, if you open the map you can fast travel to any unlocked areas in the game, so if you found the key to a cage that is ten screens away, you don’t actually have to go there manually if you don’t want to. The game also simplifies puzzles where you need to input codes. When you find a specific code for a place, when you go to that place there is a little piece of paper that tells you the code that goes there. It is easy to assume that our main character pasted the code there, and it makes us not have to memorize or write anything down.
Since this is a mostly grounded game, the puzzles tend to have logical solutions. In other games you might be in some otherworldly area that requires leaps in logic; this is not such a game. While there are some odd puzzles and solutions (such is the nature of these games), they all make sense and are easy to follow in the logic of this world. However, if you ever get stuck you can trust the hint system the game has, and most puzzles can be skipped entirely. While you should play the whole experience, you shouldn’t get frustrated on a specific puzzle and not enjoy the story to its fullest.
With its twists and turns, Sacred Almanac will probably compel you to play the whole thing in one sitting, since this game is a fun mystery adventure that will hook you in from the first cutscene to the very end.
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