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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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
Looked great, but was really disappointing Despite all the great reviews, I was not impressed with this game at all. I played the trial in normal mode, and the entire game consisted of: messages telling me what to click on or "build", me clicking, and then waiting for my little dude to walk alllll the way across my screen and start working. I got through almost 1/3 of the game during the trial, and it didn't get more challenging at all, although I was able to make some decisions myself (but if I didn't, it still would instruct me what to do.) I can only hope that the hard/expert mode of the game requires some skill or strategy, because the normal mode was slow and B.O.R.I.N.G. I was really disappointed, because I love the similar "road" games that it seemed to modeled after (Roads of Rome, My Kingdom, etc.) September 19, 2012
Westward To be fair, I only played the one hour trial. I was prompted to try this game by all of the positive reviews from other BFG gamers, so obviously some people loved it. In sum, if you like games like "Westward" give this one a shot. It is a story driven plot, with a barely there time-management aspect. Gather resources, build sawmills, etc. - that said the game isn't a "My Kingdom, etc." type of game; it is piloted more by fulfilling "mini-quests." Not horrible; not exciting. March 6, 2013
Conquestadors Were Kind?! This game was not half bad except for the story line. These people took advantage of native peoples and killed them. This is a white-wash of history. This game should come with an "offensive - beware" warning. October 11, 2012
Has potential! Loved the music and usually love the building games. But this one just didn't do it for me. The help drop downs resembled an organizational chart for a business. You weren't really "in charge" of anything--it told you what you needed and you clicked to get it. September 17, 2012
Thank goodness for forums The game is great, however real light on instructions or "how to" information. If it weren't for the forums I never would have gotten out of many situations. You can't save the game so if you have spent 30 minutes only to find you should have done something earlier in the game you have to start all over again. January 5, 2014
He walks too I played the demo of this game & was intrigued enough by the game & the great reviews to purchase it. I played it for a couple of days & got pretty far along, but I just got bored. Part of it was not being able to choose all locations of what you need to build. Another was the constant prodding of 'build THIS now'. I deleted this game without finishing it, which is a rare thing for me. I am sure it's a great game for plenty of people, as stated in so many reviews, it just was not my cup of tea. I suggest trying the demo before you decide. August 17, 2013
Boring...same goals for every level. This is nothing like Roads of Rome or My Kingdom for a Princess. Every level has the same 3 goals, most of the terrain is boringly similar. For a starter in this genre, it may be OK, but for someone familiar with the above mentioned adventure games, it will be a disappointment. But make up your own mind. October 1, 2012
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