Adelantado Trilogy: Book One

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Discover the fabulous secrets that a jungle hides in Adelantado Trilogy: Book One! Help the brave and noble officer, Don Diego De Leon, to find and save the lost expedition. Befriend the natives who can be of valuable assistance to you. Help them as you restore buildings, harvest foods, and create a settlement. Upgrade your skills and earn fabulous trophies. Treasures await you in this exciting Strategy game!

  • Vast level maps
  • Non-linear missions
  • Plentiful side-quests
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 140 MB
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Adelantado Trilogy: Book One 4.1 5 162 162
Very Good Game This gives more flexibility to the player than other time-management games might. Lets you decide how to train your people. Not a fan of the spanish conquest timeperiod in general - but this is not historically accurate, so it would be okay for kids to play. Posting a review some time after I finished the game - back here looking to see if there was a chapter 2 available. January 23, 2013
Revisionist History But great Fun The games story is about conquistadors basically exploring the new world and their interaction with the natives to forge ahead and to discover new territory. According to this game all the invaders did was not invade but politely granted the wishes of the natives to find trinkets for them or repair their homes to move forward. The only violence is coming from some cave men that live underground. Talk about revisionist history. But I'll let it pass this is not a class room but a game. It kept you pretty busy and if you play on the relax mode and can be very relaxing. It looked a little like the Westward series in the way it was clouded over until you were able to open the area and move forward, so you never knew what was in front of you until you built a lighthouse fortress in this case. The graphics are not the best but the game is fun. Try it October 4, 2012
cool game anybody knows when book two is coming out? October 3, 2012
A fun experience and change of pace Being a big fan of time management games I was surprised by Adelantado's style which gave players the ability to build and play with more freedom than most games TM games. It has a good story and is not as repetitive as other TM games can be. Looking forward to the sequels which I hope will even better with even more challenges. September 30, 2012
Great Game Okay, when are books two and three coming out? I am addicted to this game. I first got interested in exploration and strategy games playing Age of Empires. I like this one even better! At least I don't have to worry about getting defeated, just about completing my quest. The only drawbacks, in my opinion, are the inability to save the games in the middle of the chapter and the inability to upgrade buildings until later levels. Other than that, I love it! September 27, 2012
A little redundant I purchased this game after the trial hoping for some new and exciting levels/goals as the game progressed. Unfortunately, that never happened. It was pretty much the same goals laid out on different scenery. The graphics/sound and concept were done very well. The challenges were at times difficult and it took me over an hour to complete most of the levels. Considering this is the 1st installment of a trilogy, I am anxious to see improvements made in the next book! I do recommend this game because it was fun and entertaining even if it was a bit repetitive! September 24, 2012
A good chalenge, if you have enough time to commit The game play is split between your hero - who handles things like interactions with the locals and gathering quest items, and your workforce that handles the usual building / upgrade / resource production type tasks. The levels are long - the 'expert' time to beat is often 40+ minutes: this is not a bad thing except for the lack of an in-level save feature. The graphics are great and the tasks are challenging enough to make up for this if you have the time to invest, but it is not a casual game for blowing off steam for 5 minutes. September 20, 2012
history lesson in a neat package I am so glad that in this game the Indians do not mind when you come and take over their terratory, chop down all those trees, they do not grow back and take all the gold because they have no interest in it!? Aside from that the graphics are familiar to those that play those kingdom games etc a lot. It is still the same basics, gather resources etc and build,build,build. A sawmill needs a woodcutter and the woodcutter goes and cuts down the trees on his own. once all the trees in that area are gone, the sawmill and woddcutter shop shuts down but I can not remove the building to build other things in its place. I am not sure how to upgrade buildings yet, maybe that option comes in a higher level. The goals are not always easy to accomplish, especially when you have to do little quests to even be able to continue. One character that does collect gold or talks to the Indian chiefs, that apparently are fine living in a shack surrounded by the friendly intruders, is not enough to get things done fast. He does not collect things unless you click on it again, after he smashed barrels and other things but never cleans it up. I prefer the shorter in mission with trees being saved game but all in all it is a nice game. September 20, 2012
Book one and only I tried and bought this based on some of the rave reviews. I guess I'm not as high on it as they were. Maybe it is because I'm used to more control or maybe it just wasn't for me. You are given challenges at the start of each chapter and when you meet them you move on to the next chapter. The challenges aren't particularly difficult-Find survivors, collect gold, and discover new territory. I became frustrated in that when a structure became obsolete I couldn't tear it down and build something else with the materials. Also, space was at a premium so it would have been nice to have more room. At the beginning of each chapter I wanted to hit the ground running and had to wait for the game to give me permission to do what I wanted to do. It's not a bad game but I will pass on the next rounds. There wasn't enough new and different for me. The levels were pretty much the same with occasional new items introduced. After you play your free hour, just know it is pretty representative of the rest of the game. It doesn't "grow". September 22, 2012
Relaxing "TM"/Builder, but needs Tweaked 4 Modes from HARD to RELAX Gather Build type Gameplay Challenging, with Good Storyline & Graphics... Even music wasn't Annoying. Main Con is lack of or minimal Instruction...(says "Upgrade Needed", but Couldn't finger out hot to do so) But.. Used Credit to buy, since not many "TM" Builders allow Relaxed play. Give it a shot :) September 17, 2012
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