Lost Civilization

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(454.54 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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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: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 509 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Lost Civilization 2.9 5 41 41
Not Bad. This is not a bad little game - just not that inspiring. It seems a bit dated to me, but I do find that every once in while it?s nice to play a more basic game, and this one fits the bill, for the most part. Your boyfriend is an archaeologist on the verge of an earth-shattering discovery when he gets kidnapped. It?s up to you to finish his work and save him. There is a bit of unnecessary ?travel? in the beginning, but eventually you end up in Prague where your search starts. I was a bit jolted by the fact that when you are talking to yourself, there is audible dialog, but anytime you ?talk? with a character it is text only. It makes game play feel a bit choppy. HOS are interactive the first time you get to one, and then when you have to go back it is more of a traditional ?list? style HOS with a few little things to do. The graphics for these scenes seem a bit fuzzy to me, and so they took me a little longer than I think they should have. The other graphics are clear, and bright. I played the full demo, and haven?t come across any real ?puzzles?, or mini-games, which is too bad. Overall, I am on the fence with this one. I like the story, and I spent an enjoyable hour with it, but even for an SE it seemed to lack real pizzazz. Definitely worth trying out, and deciding for yourself. November 6, 2013
Just OK This is based on 20 minutes of the demo. Very easy HOS and puzzles. Nothing has really happened in the story so far, so not much to say. Some of what has happened is not logically consistent. I'm just enough interested to wait until this is a sale item and then I'll get it. NOT worth spending a full credit on. November 7, 2013
A Lost Game Now Found Who are we kidding, this game is at least ten years old according to the date of the event, 2003, along with various clues like the old computer and floppy disks that you use. And I swear I remember some scenes very familiar to a large file Adventure game I once played such as the scene on the bridge in the first chapter, the painter and the wallet. Can it be that these developers took an old adventure game and re-designed it as a HOPA ? Or is this game something that was forgotten and just now recovered from the archive? Our story is familiar, kidnapped fiance, a mysterious discovery from an old archeological dig and your mission to not only save Michael but to uncover a mystery that involves a pseudo planet called Niburu. (Wasn't that also a large file game?) What you have here is a dated HOPA game with three modes of difficulty to choose from but you will still get sparkles, alot of hand holding and black bar tips. Graphics are mediocre and could have used a higher resolution for the HO scenes. There is only one voice-over and the rest is written dialogue. You have a map pictured by your journal on the bottom left screen but cannot access it so it pretty much is useless. Your hint system will tell you where to go and what to do. Game is mostly adventure, picking up clues and using objects on items. There are characters you meet along the way that require you to do a task and there are ridiculously easy mini-games to solve. The only really interesting feature in this game are the HO scenes. They vary in style and are interactive. Graphics tend to get a bit blurry in these scenes making it difficult to spot some items. HO scenes involve a standard list of items to find or items to place back into the scene. The game is not bad, mediocre and mostly adventure. Because of no map, you are on your own to go to places and achieve your tasks. There is alot of point and click involved and at first the game was mildly interesting but I got bored by the end of the demo. I suppose a club award or free game pass can be used if you are up to feeling nostalgic. Adventure gamers will laugh at the simplicity of the game but HO fans may enjoy it. Sorry but it is a pass for me, I have too many older games in my own archive that ? could go back to re-play. Lost Civilization is just a lost game that has been found. November 6, 2013
Seems Strangely Familiar I have a very strong suspicion that I have played this game somewhere at some point. This seems to be an old point and click large file type game where they added several things to make it seems like a HOPA. Whatever the case, there is a lot of reading to do, a lot of watching the plane fly from country to country, just a lot of "stuff". Sort the folders into piles with the same colors? Oh please. I really don't have one good thing to say. Even with the city in question being Prague, which is very beautiful, the game was just ugly. I do not look for all the bells and whistles and talking animals when buying my games. I usually like the straight forward ones better. This one though, IMHO, is a flop. November 6, 2013
Copycat Well I really hoped to have some fun today, but this is just a cheap and bad made copy of the Original NIBURU Game that came out a few years ago November 6, 2013
a long time ago well this game seem to me to be about 15 years ago. HO,s were ok. no mini games. i spend more time clicking and clicking some more .. to much talking no map. in all this game need a 21st century makeover November 6, 2013
Real lost civilization! I started out liking this game; I kept waiting for an HO & what did I get instead, pick & place! I don't like those & they weren't very easy to find. Also, whenever anyone talked on the phone, you couldn't hear them. When the detective got off the phone, she would tell you the gist of the conversation. Consequently, I for one am not going to be buying this game. November 6, 2013
played this before The game is alright .But i get a very strong feeling i have played this game before. The graphics are alright but its not a very challenging game. November 6, 2013
NOT WORTH IT Well I thought something is wrong with my game, when I saw all this scrabbeling background - no, it supposed to be like this - if someone loves reading a lot, this is their game - I found it very boring, the challenge was really poor, more for real beginners. I didn't even finish the demo, I just got really bored wasting much time reading and watching the girl travelling and being on the phone. The HOS were pretty low level. The graphics with the irritating background, especially when you change scenes or talk to people just annoying !! REALLY NOT WORTH IT !!! November 6, 2013
TEDIOUS Didn't even play the whole trial. Mostly talking (sometimes with sounds, sometimes not). A story is good, but there should be more game than story. November 6, 2013
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