Lost Civilization

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After making an important discovery, your archaeologist fiancé, Michael, is kidnapped in Prague. Clues indicate that the kidnappers want whatever it is he's found and will stop at nothing to get it. Your search for Michael will reveal far more than you could have possibly imagined as you learn that the very fate of the world hangs in the balance!

Explore richly detailed and animated scenes set in Prague, England and Mexico. Solve fascinating challenging puzzles, uncover earth-shattering secrets hidden in a forgotten mine and tap into your inner heroine in Lost Civilization, a magnificent Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure.

  • Intense storytelling
  • Over 120 richly detailed animated scenes
  • More than 30 interactive characters
  • Atmospheric sound effects
  • Original musical score
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 486 MB
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Lost Civilization 2.9 5 42 42
Searching For Alien Civilization Evidence! This is a really good large file game with an excellent story about the search for evidence of a 12th planet with alien life and technology that the Germans were trying to acquire during the war. This isn't your typical HOS adventure but it does have enough familiar traits to make it easy to play. There is a lot of dialog reading and it is important to read because those are your basic instructions of where to go and what to do. There will be inventory items to pick up and use along the way and you will need to interact with things just as you would in real life such as answering the phone, pushing doorbells or intercoms. There are interactive HOS some are list finds some you need to place items back into the scene and some are find a certain number of an item. They have done a very nice job of making the player feel like they are actually in the game. The only downside in that at times the game moves a bit too slow but the story line keeps your interest, enjoy! November 6, 2013
Yay, a plot! I played this as an adventure game at one time.... it is still at least as excellent as ADV/HOG.... and, yes... some games you need to do a little reading [gasp], lol. In this case, it doesn't take away from the game at all, it actually ADDs to the game because it helps tell a story with a beginning, middle and end. Graphics are now better than the original game [since it was an original point and click adventure]. Granted, the graphics are NOT the ornate detail with bells and whistles typical @ BFG; yet, again, due to the fact there should actually be the plot that flows throughout the game, there is no great need for the overly embellished screens because one can become enmeshed in the flow of the story itself. Oh, and actually, overall, the graphics are quite colorful, clear, and interesting. Gameplay in this remake is somewhat simplified since it's very guided even on the most difficult setting, yet the basic premise of the original game is still good so far as I've played. I think it's a great idea to dust off and recreate some of the older games [they were GREAT]. Overall, I enjoy adventures better w/o H0G, yet if it pulls in more fishies for the fun of the play.... this will be a plus! Either way? I LIKE it and will buy; hope you give it a chance and if so, I believe you may enjoy it at least as much as I have both times through!! : ) Enjoy. November 6, 2013
Engaging I thought this game is more engaging, it kind of makes you want to continue in the adventure. The puzzle games are more interesting, they get you to put things back, rather then just finding them. I was quite pleasently surprise it. February 1, 2014
definately give this game a chance I plaid the demo and bought the game. first it is great to have some new games come out not as collectors and second I don't understand the complaints. the game play was fine, story line I found quite interesting, I want to know if we find this mystery planet, the hint button worked great. does not seem to be a map and don't know if that is a problem but so far it was not. I don't use sound so can't rate that but I recommend this game. November 6, 2013
Very nice iHOG/HOPA I loved the game - very good atmosphere - nice to play. Only a bit much text - evrything else was great :) December 1, 2013
Great Game I played for about 20 minutes and i got the game, loved this game graphics and sounds was awesome even the story line was interesting..Plz give the game a chance you wont be sorry.. November 6, 2013
Great Game I really loved this game.. I was glad to get away from all the magic story lines big fish puts out as well. This was a great change!!! and I loved the story. November 20, 2013
Why this game is familiar.... Ok I had the distinct feeling I had played this game somewhere before too, then in the dialogue the name Nibiru popped up and then it dawned on me, there is a an actual game called Nibiru: Age of Secrets that was put out in 2005 which is a large adventure game, and is great game btw. I didn't notice who developed this game, maybe the same people who did that game. But some of the scenes are definitely the same so maybe they just revamped that game and made this version. Now onto the game play, yes the puzzles are very simple but it was enjoyable and a nice change from all the games that are usually released. The graphics are a little dated but that didn't bother me any since I just found it a refreshing change to the same old thing that has become standard in the current HOPA's. I played the demo the whole way through and will probably buy it, just because I played Nibiru and it was such an awesome game, and I'm kinda curious how this one will play out. November 6, 2013
Well I Liked It - Review Of Completed Game STORY: You take on the role of Suzanne and your fiance Michael has been kidnapped In Prague and you have to search for evidence of a 12th planet with alien life and technology that the Germans were trying to acquire during the war so you end up traveling back/forth Prague, England, and Mexico. There is also a map but it just shows you traveling back/forth between the locations. As far as game play there is no transporter map. You will also meet up with quite a few people throughout the game. Have to do a task for them to move forward in the game. 3 PLAY MODES; I played the hardest mode and has sparkles for the HOS and black bar tips. HINT: Outside of HOS it will NOT point you in the direction you need to go. It will just tell you what you need to do so if you are in area where there is nothing to do, you need to find it on your own. WIDESCREEN: There is a box you can check for that which I had to so graphics were for me stretched just a bit. Otherwise I would of had black bars down the sides of the game. HOS: Some scenes are interactive word list, find one item at a time by opening/closing drawers and fitting items back into the scene. PUZZLES: Not really a whole lot. Some the usually run of the mill found in many games and a few I've never seen before OVERALL IMPRESSION: Well I'm going to start by saying that I read the Big Fish game forum and the main page here for everyone's thoughts on this game after I completed it and well I've never even heard of the large file game Nibiru let alone played it so whether or not this game here has anything to do with that game I personally don't know. All I do know for sure is I enjoyed this game very much and bought it with a game coupon code. If I wouldn't of had a coupon code I would of paid $6.99 for it. While there is a lot of dialogue, I thought the story was very well told and held my interest from beginning to end. I also really liked the characters and the game play. This seemed to be more HOS and adventure than puzzles. The only criticisms I have about this game is I do wish the sparkles and black bar tips wouldn't of been there for the hardest mode but didn't bother me too much for this game. At times the graphics were nice, crisp and clear but the cut scenes for a minute or two would be blurry but then clear up. Also I'm not sure what was up with the voice overs as the lead character Suzanne talked but the other characters mouths just moved. This annoys me. Please don't have the characters mouths move if they aren't going to say anything. Since someone questioned the ending to this game here in the forum well my downloaded version of this game didn't end with a "to be continued" it ended satisfactory and just fine for me. Overall not a very challenging game but I enjoyed the 5 hours I spent playing this game. Thanks Big Fish and Developer. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. November 6, 2013
Unusual! BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS I read some reviews of this game before I played the demo, because I did, I wasn?t expecting much from this game. There?s no doubt about it, this game doesn?t meet the normal criteria for a 2013 game. Its biggest crime is it is just too slow, and it harks back to an older style of HO game... But it is not really like any other game, now or then. It is unique, and I?m going out on a limb, because I liked it! The opening is low key and in tune with the game to come ? relaxed, leisurely, with an emphasis on story and dialogue. Then there is also ?travel time?, which really has no purpose I can think of but to make sure you get the feeling of distance. Throughout the game there is, I admit, far too much of both. It slows the game right down, but if you can reconcile yourself to that, it plays quite well. Have I mentioned: leisurely. SIGHTS & SOUNDS The graphics are different and a little weird. They seem somehow shiny. But I liked the overall effect. It made me feel like I was seeing what Prague really looked like for the first time. I?ve never been to any part of Europe, but the Prague of this game is what I imagine Eastern European cities would look like. There is certainly nothing wrong with the game?s clarity, and in the HO scenes, the look is different, with a more painterly aspect to it. And I liked that too. There is a strange thing that is done with the voiceover (which, overall, is good). Initially the entire dialogue is acted out, but later only important lines are spoken, so it changes the effect that the voice has, increasing its importance to the game. The sounds, like the images, seem appropriate to an intriguing investigation rather than a gut wrenching thriller. WHAT?S HAPPENING The story is the first I?ve noted on Big Fish that has at its heart a WWII conspiracy. A well-loved theme of novel writers! Between them, your uncle and your archaeologist fianc have managed to get into trouble over a site with alleged evidence of alien technology on earth, which the bad guys apparently knew about, way back when. So of course there are bad guys now who want to get there first, and your fianc is kidnapped. Unlike most games, the start of your investigation begins, not with a car crash, but with red tape at government departments. This is so incredibly like the Eastern Bloc stereo type you have just got to get into it. GAMEPLAY This is not much of an adventure game, although you do get to find some inventory items and must figure out how to use them. Most of this is fairly obvious. It is played more like a HOG, with HO scenes interspaced by travel time, dialogue and an occasional (almost ridiculously easy) mini-game (fill the colours on a painting). There are 3 types of HOP. An interactive list, multiples, and misplaced items. There is also a sorting game. There is a journal to track the story, and there is a hint that does indeed give you a hint. I like that in a game. The map is used by the game to get you around, but you have no access to it. FAMOUS LAST WORDS The litmus test for any demo is, of course, whether you are disappointed when it ends. I certainly was, both disappointed, and surprised. The time had run completely away from me. Which is why I am happy to recommend giving the demo a try. It might surprise you the way it did me. November 12, 2013
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