Treasure Seekers: The Time Has Come
The game was OK
I play quite a few different HO games, but this one was the only one that I am writing a review in which it wasn't four stars. I found the story to continually get in the way and that there were a lot of going back and forth moments. I can't completely explain what I didn't like about this game, but it seemed to move very slowly and at times I found myself frustrated with the game due to ease of play. I found it very easy and I would not recommend this to anyone who is looking for a smooth playing game.
August 6, 2012
A Good Deal
Excellent graphics! The hidden objects are easy to identify but hidden well. The minigames are fairly easy. This game keeps you interested, but not too complicated that it becomes frustrating.
April 20, 2012
I enjoy the Treasure Seekers games. This one is true to form - the graphics are crisp and bright, which makes a nice change from all the doom and gloom that so many of the current games elect to provide. The storyline is not remarkable, but at least makes sense within the game itself, and the game offers some challenges but not so much that you find yourself tearing out your hair before you get to the end.
The game is a little bit short, but it's a perfect sale game and a perfect intro to the series if you are new to Treasure Seekers.
April 16, 2012
I love the locations, the persons, the challenges and the variation of them
November 20, 2011
Hidden Object Adventure Game
There was a magnifying glass in addition to the hint button that you had to use in order to find some of the items. It was extremely annoying to me and there was no way around it. The storyline was fun and compelling. The graphics were excellent, bright and crisp. The mini puzzles were pretty challenging. Soundtrack was okay.
March 11, 2012
Variety, Challenge, and Fun!
There are some sticky issues with cursor placement in this game, for which I had to seek help- BUT, it is challenging, interesting, involved switching between past & present and using a magnifying glass for special tasks. Hidden objects were fun to find, puzzles varied and sometimes even FUN. Liked it. Get it.
July 14, 2012
A demanding game, but entertaining. Travel between times, to find certain items, in various locations. The storyline keeps you focus on the game, without feeling confined or bored. There are lots of items to find and complex puzzles to solve. This game is full of action - "after all you must save the world".
April 20, 2012
This was my first Treasure Seekers game and i enjoyed it. The story line is interesting, and the hero can bounce back and forth in time to solve problems in now or earlier. The graphics are good and the music is good. There are two levels of play. There are just about the right amount of HOS scenes and mini-HOS items. The items are well hidden but can be found. There were a few puzzles that were pretty easy.
You don't have a journal but you do have a "to do" list which helps direct your course of action.
I was a bit put off by the last area. It showed that the developers didn't do their research about Meso America. When a scene contains, Aztec, Olmec, Toltec, Haida, Tligit artifacts, as well as a chac mol from Tula and plummed serpents from Teotihuacan at the same Mayan site - you know something is shoddy.
August 28, 2012
good game to play
Pretty good HO game. Graphics are good. Not all that hard but is a short game. This is better for 1/2 price.
They are all about the same in game play so nothing new in this one.
Hint button is good
June 16, 2013
its a good game for every body
June 11, 2013