Legends of Atlantis: Exodus
My favorite games are the TM. So few good ones. This is fun. Does remind me of some of the other TM, but beggars can't be choosey.
I'm buying it.
May 3, 2012
Like this building game
This was a fun one. Much more doable than the latest camping quest one. If you like the run around and finish tasks in a certain amount of time game you will like this.
May 3, 2012
Great Time Management Game
The game was long, but I really wish it was longer or they would come out with a sequel.
A TM game, a little like MKFTP. Personally, I loved the graphics. The sound effects are good, too. The music could be better, IMHO, but I didn't hate it.
Basically, Atlantis is being destroyed and you have to build roads (docks, airports, temples) to get everyone out. The story is ok. You get advice and direction from your adviser and later the queen. Dialogue is in text bubbles and can be clicked through.
You need to collect resources (crystals, wood, stone, etc), construct buildings (water well, lumber mill, market, etc) and repair structures. You can upgrade the worker's hut so you can have three workers at once. You can click on a number of items and the tasks will be completed in sequence. And, you can cancel one or all of the tasks.
There are two modes, timed and un-timed.
Be advised, if you make bad decisions (use up all the wood and not build a lumber mill), you can't finish the level and have to start over.
There are a number of things that make this game special. Each section of the map has a special building project (canal, library, etc). On certain levels, there are robots that you can repair. They will work for you for a while.
On some levels, there are monsters that can only be killed by hunters. Also, you will encounter bandits that can only be killed by knights.
There are useful power ups. You might need to adjust your strategy, depending on which one you get.
Also, as you move around the map, you encounter some really cool locations: caves, burning forests, flooded cities.
The game play is broken up by some Hidden Object scenes. While the backgrounds vary, the items remain the same throughout the game and you are given pictures of which items to find. Also, there is a ball drop/matching game.
My complaints about this game are minor. I really wish that the levels were numbered, so when I replay a level I know which one I've just finished. (The map is laid out in a spiral. It is hard to keep track.)
Sometimes, objects are very close together and it is hard to click on the right one.
But my biggest complaint is that there isn't a sequel. So much thought went into this game and all the cool details. I really hope another game is in the works.
March 28, 2013
I loved this game. It was just difficult enough that I didn't get tired of it, but not so difficult I gave up.
July 29, 2012
Just the right amount of challenge.
I don't like easy and I don't like impossible. This one required just enough brain power after my morning cup of coffee! There is a relaxed mode if you prefer not to have the time challenge, but I love a time challenge.
June 20, 2012
Harder than others
This game is similar to Roads of Rome, but I have found it much harder.
June 14, 2012
Great for Atlantis Believers
The graphics are great, clear and concise. Colors are crisp and the dialogue is appropriate and interesting.
Great game to make you think about your priorities in order to help the Queen and the various citizens. The workers remind one of worker bees/ants as they scurry about completing the various tasks given them.
This is a game that is great for adult relaxation and will keep children interested for a long period of time.
Although I am not a huge fan of time management games, I find that I truly enjoy this concept and story. We need more like this.
June 12, 2012
Not really a challenge
After playing for an hour, I didn't feel this game presented enough of a challenge on challenge mode. Some of the levels were a it boring since you had to sit there and wait for items to refill before you could do anything. Overall a cute game, but if you like more of a challenge with TM games, this one will disappoint you.
May 3, 2012
Legends of Atlantis Rocks!
I am so grateful that BF has another time management game out. This one is similar to Roads of Rome. However, it has some new tasks in the plot. Loved this game! Played it almost non-stop yesterday and finished the whole thing on casual mode. I am now playing it on Timed mode and still enjoying it. Hope a sequel comes out.
May 6, 2012
another fun time management
was very addicting finished it in about a day and a half.
May 7, 2012