Jennifer Wolf and the Mayan Relics

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Invited to join her father on an archaeological dig, Jennifer Wolf instead finds him missing. Play as Jennifer as she explores the ruins of the Maya civilization in search of her father. Collect precious Maya relics and uncover ancient secrets. Will you see your father again? Find out in Jennifer Wolf and the Mayan Relics!

  • Historical locations
  • Varied soundtrack
  • Several unlockable mini-games
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 211 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Jennifer Wolf and the Mayan Relics 1.9 5 31 31
Based on demo only... Old fashioned way... liked the game very much. Simple HOG but funny. I finished free sample and immediately bought the game. I am curious to know how it will finish. I prefer classical HOG games and this one is interesting. Some objects are too difficult to find what obligates you to use hints, that I dont like, but there is no way and there are many stars in the scenes that become hints. In resume is a good game and I recommend it for those who likes just have fun. August 14, 2013
Different Strokes Sometimes it is nice to have a simple HOG. This is a challenging game in that it has tiny things to find. However, the graphics are clear and there are no large spiders, snakes and EVIL in a black cloud. Some of us fishies find the creepy evil games to be boring. Just a different viewpoint. Glad Big Fish can give us all types of games. Thanks! August 13, 2013
Another "love it or hate it" from Mzone Studio & Solilab I really enjoy nearly all the HdO games which Anuman developed with this studio, so was happy to find this one. A bit clunky, but with a certain charm, they do things their own way, quite different from any other games I've found. Rather lot of chat - you can click through it, but at one stage you need to remember a couple of names and an objective to be allowed to progress. Not a very long game - one to buy as a daily deal or other special offer. Keep it up Mzone, but don't make the objects quite so impossible! Even with a hint some are invisible, you just have to click in the centre of the hint swirls and hope!! Faster hint and skip refill would be good too. August 9, 2014
Back to the Past! i would actually rate this game at 2.5 Pros: music was not nerve wracking was kind of soothing graphics clear and drawn nicely mostly hos with a few puzzles thrown in EVERY scene is workable hos and puzzles cons: it also is a bit slow i am the impatient type :) no vo's cutouts that pop into the scene to "chat" which u have to read hos not what we have gotten use too the whole scene is one bit hos also 2 of this 3 of that get the idea -personal thoughts- this game is a throwback from like 5 years ago but that does not mean that you will not like it...especially if you like pretty much pure hog's it is not for me personally because i love the newer hoa's so i do recommend this game because ik there will be some out there who will really like this is also a great beginners game as well :) August 13, 2013
Lost in Mexico The old Father went to Mexico on a Mayan exploration and has not been heard from since. The graphics are O.K.. Lots of reading , I realize some folks do not like that stuff. Puppets pop up from the left and right of the screen to establish the story and kind of go on and on. Each character has two facial expressions. Play with the magnifier on images you need to find are blurry or too small in regular screen mode. September 2, 2013
Meh! boring. not much of a challenge. August 13, 2013
Not a bad game, just so so. This was a Daily Deal so I read some reviews and most of them were bad, but I played the demo anyway and liked it enough to buy it for $2.99. I've now finished the game. There are no mode options, you can only change the loudness of the music and sound, both I turned down because I didn't like the music. You, Jennifer, are an archaeologist and you've been invited to join your father in Mexico at his latest dig. When you arrive you are met by one of his students and find out your father is missing. The race is on to find your father and pieces of the Mayan calendar. This game is really old school and there is a lot of hand holding. It's pretty much hidden objects where you find a number of this and that. The objects are pretty small and there were a couple I had trouble finding even with the hint. Some of the scenes move right and left and you'll find items there. Since there is no walk through go to the BF Forum to get help with some of these items. There are a few puzzles which are fairly easy and there is a skip type button that loads after 3 minutes. After the first minute there is a button shaped like a light bulb which will show you a finished picture of the puzzle. As with any game I strongly suggest reading some of the reviews, both good and bad and please download the demo to make an informed decision. While this is pretty far from the type of games I usually play I did enjoy playing this one and will recommend it. August 6, 2014
Very outdated! The game is an old fashioned HOS - no excitement, no challenges, nothing new! Various static scenes and you have to find different objects or several of the same. Stars are extra hints - they will popping up. The objects are so small that they provide a magnifying glass! Static shots and no VO. Dialogues are written, and you can not skip them - some are quite long! You can not skip tutorial. In every set is explained everything to be done - nothing challenging! Mini games are very easy, and in addition, has tutorial and practically the game play by itself. I could not stand playing more than 20 minutes. Very annoying!! July 30, 2013
old school advisement: I've not finished the demo. I love Maya architecture, history, art, language, and culture, so I was excited to see a Mayan theme HOG/adventure game come up, even if it wasn't a CE. but boy, this is a disappointment. this game has all the hallmarks of having been released in the mid 1980s - no animation, all click-through text dialogue, fuzzy graphics, repetitive music, and other than geographical data, not much archaeological interest at all. the introduction indicates that this game is somehow connected with the "2012 Mayan Apocalypse" prediction, but I'd have bet my life that was an add-on for current release. nothing of interest here; move along. July 30, 2013
It's Doomsday for this game? Jennifer and her Dad are archaeologist. Jen goes to Mexico to work with him and discovers he is missing. She finds out the news from dad's young, good looking male assistant.? TBC Primarily a HO / Puzzle game. The game mechanics take quite a bit of getting used to -- something you might find not worth your time or energy. I know I didn't. The graphics are colorful. The objects are not junk pile, they are hidden within full scenes. Some are tiny, but there is a close up feature. There is a hint feature, but you can run out of hints and earn more by solving puzzles. Some of the puzzles will test your brain, but the machinations required to use the tools will test your patience. If you choose to demo this, it won't take long for you to find out exactly what I'm saying. I quit after trying to solve the first jade jigsaw puzzle. cont.? Before Jen leaves for Mexico, it takes 2 HO scenes for her to pack. Once in Mexico, she uses a map to determine where to go (earn a hint for completing this simple task.) At the site, she offers to help the assistant with a few little things before they set off to look for dad. Six HO scenes later, she has dug up an ancient skeleton, collected samples including the poor fellow's teeth, hair, bits of cloth and a broken jade artifact. The assistant was of no help. Jen was tasked with piecing the artifact together.? Games from this dev often feel like spoofs. Sometimes the stories can be rather interesting. This one offers some real information about Mayan culture and the doomsday prophecy. Sometime the puzzles are rather clever. It's too bad the games are so unpleasant to play. Did Jen find her dad? Was he kidnapped by Mayan believers? Did Jen have a torrid love affair with the assistant? I guess I'll never know. The only mystery I can answer -- dad's concern; the world did not end on Dec. 21, 2012. July 30, 2013
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