Treasure Seekers: The Time Has Come
Nice game, well designed
I like the way the Treasure Seekers games are designed.. the hidden object scenes are well thought out, the story line is good and the challenge and length of the game is good too. My only grumble.. the ending was abrupt.. I will not spoil it for you by explaining but I feel after a great thought out game it was like they just ran out of time or couldnt be bothered and it was just thrown together.
Such a shame, but still worth four stars.
December 8, 2011
Love this series!
This was the first Treasure Seekers game I played, and I immediately downloaded the rest at the first opportunity. I love how these games are designed--good stories, nice graphics, a variety of locales and design styles, and the "construction" quests are an interesting and unique twist on the traditional "adventure+HO" type of game. They are basically linear, with a limited number of screens to visit per "time," so there is a good but not overwhelming amount of challenge. Lots of fun!
February 20, 2012
Fun but too Short
I really liked this game. The visuals are crisp and easy to see, and the HO scenes are challenging. The puzzles require some thought and effort. My only complaint is that it was very short. It seemed like it was supposed to be longer and then it ended abruptly. I would like to have had a longer game play experience.
March 11, 2012
Good Story Line
This game has a storyline that makes you want to keep playing the game to find out what happens. In other games in this series a brother and sister team joins up to save the world from some kind of destruction, in this one brother is on a quest to save the past AND his sister. You jump back and forth from present to the past to do the quests because you will need items from the past for the future and vice-versa. The game is long enough with things to do that makes the game more fun to play. There are no voice overs, just some reading of the characters conversations. I recommend you play Treasure Seekers; Follow the Ghosts before this one, as this is the follow up to that one. These games are fun, not dark and gruesome, or too scary. Colors are good, scenery is good, music is not over powering. Will be buying the next one that comes out. Have fun playing!
March 10, 2012
Love the Graphics and Interaction
This is the first HO game that I've bought (DD) and enjoyed it immensely. It reminded me of the old Scott Adams' adventure games where you gathered things, put them together, and then solved the puzzles or riddles. The game moves along smoothly and is easy to follow. The traveling between times is a nice touch. It's nice to be able to play casual or timed, since sometimes it takes time to figure out the order of placing things. I liked the game and would recommend it for anyone seeking a game that's a combo of adventure and hidden objects. The graphics are really crisp, making the finding of hidden objects easy. The only thing I didn't like was that it doesn't take that long to play. If you like games that make you think a little bit to complete the minigames, then I think you'll enjoy this! A good little game!
March 10, 2012
Gripping HOG game
Follow Tom as he tries to keep the holy Grail out of the hands of Totenkraft. Tom believes that Totenkraft has kidnapped his sister and travels in time to save his sister and the world. Two different HOGs (one straight forward HOG, the other finding items to assemble to create yet a different item). Puzzles weren't too hard and the hint button gives you both direction and reveals objects. Graphics were really good, but some objects you almost HAD to use the hint to find. Very worth the money.
April 2, 2012
A time for every interest
Very well designed game that allows you to change between time period (see a temple at it's height, see it when it's a ruin) and through one segment day and night. The ability to change added an extra dimension to the whole game.
Music was non-descript, but visuals were good. HOS were well detailed but everything was a fair size to be seen and the "put it together" sequences were fun as well.
Story was interesting, as were the time periods our hero inhabits. Puzzles were challenging but not too hard and the skip/hint feature didn't need much use. But its there if you need it.
Interesting game with a abrupt ending but good premise and solid game play.
March 17, 2012
Excellent H/O game
Loads of fun. Makes you think without being too difficult. Want to get the others in the series.
February 7, 2012
Treasure Seekers.......All 4 in the series are GREAT
The first one I bought I was hooked! I love how in each game they are the same people in various stages of life and the story lines are always appropriate and follow a ..........I best not say more as I wouldn't want to spoil anything.
What I can say though is that unlike some sequels , we can be disappointed. (kind of like movie sequels sometimes) The first one is great, we can't wait and hope for a #2..........etc.
With the TREASURE SEEKERS series (I have all 4) each one was a great follow up.
I think this is one DD that is sooooooooooo worth the price and then some! :)
Enjoy all ~~~
March 10, 2012
INTRODUCTION TO A GREAT SERIES
I loved this game, and I'm going to buy the other Treasure Seekers games, all in the collector's editions. The story was good, the HO scenes and puzzles where great. I don't ever listen to the sounds, as they are distracting, so that is the only reason that area is marked only "OK". I'm looking forward to playing the other games in this series.
May 22, 2012