Island: The Lost Medallion

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Pam, a young archeologist, comes home from an expedition with an ancient medallion of unknown origin. The next day, she is kidnapped and now her boyfriend, James, must track her down in Island: Lost Medallion. Travel to a mysterious Island and learn the secrets of Pam’s disappearance in this exciting Hidden Object game. Follow the medallion across the globe to find Pam and save the day!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 196 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Island: The Lost Medallion 3.4 5 16 16
GREAT TEAMWORK In most of the games offered, the women always seem to be the heroines and the guys are basically treated as numbskulls; however in this game, the guy is the hero BUT once he finds the girl (early in the game play), she is NOT treated as a damsel in distress and the two together act as a team to work out the solutions to puzzles and in coming up with strategies to find the treasure and to escape the island. I feel that this is why I enjoyed this game so much. Beware, however, of FRAGMENTED, color-on-color (most of the time) itty-bitty objects to find with some easy to moderate to complicated puzzles to solve. Personally, I skipped 2 of the puzzles (1 had to do with mathematics and despite the instructions I still could not make heads or tails as to what I needed to do and other 1, I just got impatient) but all-in-all the puzzles are solvable. I found it interesting as well that you didn't have arrows to provide you with directions of travel but rather with something that kind of looked like an eye in which action of some sort was necessary in order to proceed. I found it important to read the hero's comments as it provided a "heads up" as to what the tasks were going to entail. After the credits ran, there was 1 more cut scene which indicated a possible sequel to which I look forward. February 14, 2012
A KEEPER! DEFINITELY UNIQUE - 1ST CLASS GAMING! Thank you ME for recommending this game! I absolutely love that gamers take time and post their favorite game! A team of brilliance in HOS that fit together and connect smoothly into an interesting plot. The sound effects are great as well! Have read many reviews of other games stating "this is unique"! Well, this game IS unique and I enjoyed it immediately. Some of the objects are small, yet, they ARE fun and solvable and this is a hidden object game after all. Enjoy! -Mama Mia- February 15, 2012
On complete game Like it!! The storyline is very good and the adventure takes you to different places. Both heroes are fine and work together and the escape of them from the bad guys brings a lot of challenges. Although some objects are too small to find and look like anothers, very similar, with some hints you can go forward. It should be a little longer but in resume I recommend it. Really funny. The scenes are beautiful and colourful. I like this kind of games where you have adventure and not fear or blood or vampires... June 23, 2013
Very absorbing game I really enjoyed playing this game! I found myself playing it one afternoon and was amazed when I looked at the clock and saw that two hours had passed - it was that absorbing. It was lots of fun to go with the characters to a mysterious island. As you moved around the island you ran into fragmented hidden object scenes, lists of hidden objects, and lots of mini-games that were fun and challenging to solve. My only complaint about the game was that some of the hidden objects were very small. What I wound up doing, after finding all the obvious objects, was clicking on all the areas of the screen. This helped me find more objects. If there were still one or two to find, I used the hint button. I thought that this was part of the challenge of the game though, and didn't mind too much. At key points in the game things were explained with cartoon scenes, which helped to set the stage for the next part of the game. There is danger on the island, and besides solving the problems, the characters have to find a safe way to avoid the danger and get home. It took me about 4 hours to finish the game, and it was time well spent. I definitely recommend this game. September 27, 2014
Indiana James and Indiana Pam are going to an Island... Review based upon completion of the game. You are reunited with Pam, your significant other, only to have her abducted the following night. You are stuck with a medallion that she brought along from her trip, and that's the only clue you have. Find Pam, and uncover the mystery of some island where she supposedly is now... The Good: + FROG scenes + quite good story, told in comic style in cut scenes + adequate game length The Neutral: o some mini games are not explained well, but you are able to figure it out quickly o quite fast hint recharge (you will need it!) o sometimes you are stuck with completed objects and no clue what to do with them The Bad: - VERY TINY objects - sound (this marks the first time that I voluntarily turned up the music volume to drown out the blings) Bottom Line: Good game that apparently aged quite well. There are broad black bars on the side in full screen mode, making visible screen smaller and some objects tiny. The story - while a bit clichd (your standard Indy Jones one) - held my interest for the 3 hours it took me to complete. April 12, 2012
Enjoyable, but short - A guy's review *review based on completing the full game* Although short I found it quite enjoyable to play through this game with a mix of hidden object scenes and fragmented object scenes (HOG's and FROGs). There were also a few challenging puzzles. The one thing one needs to be aware of though is that the items can be quite small and fragments well hidden in similar colored background. If one has bad sight it might be tough to get through. The graphics are ok. They are drawn which adds to the difficulty in the HO and FRO scenes as some items are hard to distinct at times. The style of the "cut scenes" is of comic book type storytelling and even though the story in itself is quite catching it fails to fully engage the player. IMO comic book style is not the way to go in games like these. I did also notice a few graphical glitches in some scenes, but not enough to make it annoying. The music is of tribal folk type standard, and though ok at first it tends to get annoying after a short while. The sound effects are almost worse, and with the lack of voice-overs this game leaves a lot to be desired. Game mechanics felt smooth all the way and cursor seemed perfectly on target. Items seemed to have a small aura so you didn't need to be spot on with the clicking. Hint function recharges quickly, though sometimes it wasn't helpful at all. It functioned well in the HO/FRO scenes but for inventory use it failed miserably. Wanting to know what a key did, I was told that the key probably opens something.... helpful indeed. Also, there is only one level of difficulty, but as the game is pretty straight forward going from one scene to the next, I guess there is no need for several. The game comes to a conclusion but it leaves itself with an opening to create a sequel. I hope they do. With a little more experience and some more thought into the creation there is a chance for an improved game experience from this developer. The game's rating would honestly be in the vicinity of 3.5, but bumped up to 4 because of the enjoyment I had while playing. I'd recommend this game to HOG and FROG fans with good eyes, especially if you catch it on a daily deal. You might want to try it out before buying it though, as it is not for everybody. For the guys: Strangely enough in a scene that is highly targeted towards the ladies you actually get to play a male character in this one. In the later stages you kinda play both. It should suit both genders fine to play. TJ June 14, 2012
Exploration fun This game offers a mix of different types of hidden object scenes (parts of items; list; find similar items, etc.) and a variety of fun minigames. Only negative: It was a little on the short side. March 30, 2012
LOTS OF VARIETY Pam is kidnapped after discovering a strange medallion and her boyfriend James sets out to find on a strange island with ancient ruins. Enjoyable, challenging and well-balanced adventure-HOG-FRAG with a lot of variety. The graphics are full of detail. Lots of HOS ? scenes are partially crowded in some spots and, of course, that?s where the objects are. Many are small and blend in well with the background (easier to find if you have a wide-screen). FRAGs are fairly easy. Wide assortment of puzzles and mini-games. Although you?re given general instructions, you will have to think about how to actually solve some of them. Using a little trial and error and a bit of logic, you should have no problem figuring them out in a relatively short period. You can skip them if you?re having a particular ?unthinky? day. Relaxing music. Ending had a twist to wonder about. November 27, 2012
Nice game for a little break This game is a mix of FROGs, HOGs, and puzzles. The storyline is good. The cut-scenes are a bit slow. The objects are sometimes difficult to find. The puzzles are easy. There is only one game mode. And... it's short: less than 2 hours. But for a break it's just enough. Because of the length, I would recommend it more as a DD. October 18, 2012
Lacked Something For Me! This isn't a bad game - but I wouldn't classify it as a stellar game, either. The story line started out interesting, but the last few *chapters* or areas to be explored just didn't work for me. There was a lot of back and forth to collect things without a great deal of logic to them. The HOS's were not overly difficult. You mostly collected individual pieces to make up a particular piece that you would then use in the scene, rather than looking for whole objects. Some of the HOS's were very nicely done, or very different (like collecting multiples of the same jungle animals) Just not what I was looking for, though it was a decent game. February 25, 2012
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