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Eipix Entertainment, creators of Amaranthine Voyage and Sea of Lies, invite you on a new Hidden Expedition adventure! Your memories are fuzzy after waking up on a sunny beach. Gather your thoughts and retrace your steps through tropical Costa Rica to remember how you ended up there. A rich man claims a new source of energy is linked to a dead civilization, said to be hidden under the sea. Is it lost forever, or will you be the one to unlock its secrets? Find out in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure.

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 814 MB

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Hidden Expedition: The Lost Paradise is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game I love the story and graphic . The game is relaxing but not boring . I like the fact it's not science fiction or fantasy game .
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb from start to finish - science, archeology & fiction (2017 game) Zipping around from land to submarine you are investigating the mystery of the Disquis spheres. Enjoy the sun and waves and warm character of Costa Rica. Excellent graphics and sound. The characters are believable and varied. The game builds to a resounding finish! HOPS about 10-12 - all sorts. Puzzles are mixed and some are tough! Enjoy!
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Discover Underwater Civilization I have played most of EIPIX games -- this one didn't quite match up to some of the others for me as it took a long time to finally get to the sea. Once there it became more interesting. The hidden objects are varied and some of the mini-games are challenging.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lost Paradise Found This is posted after playing the entire game. I have all the Hidden Expeditions games and although this one doesn't quite live up the others, it is a very good game. I enjoyed playing it. I've waited for what seemed like an eternity for this to come out in SE, because I don't play CE games, and was not disappointed. Normally from Eipix, I give graphics and sound 5 stars. However, there was something about this one that was lacking. I can't put my finger on it, but it was different than the others. The graphics were fine and the sound. including voice overs and music, were very acceptable, but just something was amiss. As always, the mini games were my downfall. I don't think they were so hard as my patience lacks in working them out. I did several of them, but most I skipped after a couple attempts. Hidden objects were varied from the list to silhouettes, my least favorite, and this kept my interest. In the lists, there were several items listed I had no idea what they were. Guess I needed to live back in that time to know. The fact cards, a regular of this series, were interesting. I had no idea what some of them were talking about, but I did learn something reading them. The interactive map was a big help. It did show where there were things to do and transported me to that area. You also have several modes of play. I chose custom so I could set the hint and skip to the fastest time. Others will go into what the story was about. All I'll say is it had continuity and made sense. No monsters, ghosts, or witches which was a plus for me. I am so tired of that genre, I could scream. The story had me from the beginning and kept me enticed all the way through. All in all this is a good game and one I look forward to playing again. As always, play the demo and make your own decision, but as for me, this series hasn't yet lost all of it luster.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I Got Tired Of Looking For Paradise After the demo, I was expecting to be searching for the Lost Paradise under the sea, instead I went to Havana. The graphics are nowhere close to the sharp HD graphics they show on the menu page and the page where the game says "loading" Take another look at the toucan shown as the game tells you to play with sound for a more indepth game, the bird is beautiful, the details flawless, followed by a beautiful scene under water with schools of fish swimming to and fro. What a disappointment, when the game itself has little color, and very little detail, not to mention, very little under water exploration. Other than that, this edition of Hidden Expedition has a pretty good storyline, below is my review synopsis. Philip Drake struck gold when he discovered a clean viable energy source in the Caribbean Sea, he also discovered something far more valuable than the energy source. H.E.L.P has been asked to travel to Costa Rica to meet with Mr. Drake to piece together the clues of an ancient civilization, known as Digui. It is believed that the tribe somehow angered the gods, so they sent their children to find a better world in which to live. Fearing for their safety, and unsure of their success, the elders designed a device that would allow them to return to their home, that once was Paradise. Word spread quickly, and protests have engulfed Mr. Drake's estate, demanding what they believe to be rightfully theirs. You and your partner Sam, are once again thrown into a dangerous mission, and you may not make it out alive! I'm still a little upset that Sam received a promotion, why does he get paid the big bucks to do absolutely nothing? Seriously, he's dressed as if this is a vacation, and simply makes himself at home once inside Mr. Drake's home. I'm surprised he hasn't kicked off his shoes and popped a cold one, he might as well because so far, I'm doing all the work. He can't even manage to keep himself from getting held hostage, AGAIN, didn't this same scenario just happen in the last episode? I'll just look at the bright side, at least the weather's nice and I get to search for cute lizards, which btw, is so much better than finding those stupid Hidden Signs, don't you agree? They may have replaced the Hidden Signs with Hidden Lizards, but we still have to lug around that huge bulky H.E.L.P box so we can collect a few Fact Cards to brush up on our knowledge of wind, water and solar energy. Has anyone from this agency ever heard of a smartphone and G.O.O.G.L.E? The Hidden Object Scenes are the traditional Hidden Expedition style HOP's. They are usually layered with different types, such as Interactive List finds, Multiple finds and one of my personal favorites, Silhouetted Shape Combinations. This is where you are given several items to find that will match the item that two different Silhouetted Shapes combined will logically match. An example would be a silhouette of a person and a silhouette of a fish would logically match a pair of swimming flippers. In the Collector's Edition, each HOP has a Morphing Object, a feature I love, but loathe when they are only offered in the HOP's. The Mini Games are decent, some of which come in 3 parts. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Toggle the blank tiles to choose the correct symbols so that each power button can energize the lightning tiles. fans send lightning in one direction, wind sends it left or right etc. 2) Rotate molecules and place them in their matching positions. 3) Use the chart to unlock the briefcase by choosing the numbers that intersect in the clues row and column. 4) Move symbols through the maze to the bottom three spots. 5) Drag the tiles which share 2 adjacent symbols with the middle tile onto it. 6) Select a sphere and place it on the right coordinates on the map. 7) Connect the dots via drag and drop so that the lines intersect in the same spot, each dot can only be connected to one other dot at a time. The Collector's Edition has 13 replayable Videos, 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art Pictures, 13 Music Soundtracks, a Souvenir Room, 12 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 17 replayable Mini Games, 38 Hidden Lizards, 18 Achievements to earn, 12 Morphing Objects within the HOP's, Collectible Fact Cards, a built in Strategy Guides, and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as good as the previous HIdden Expeditions I was somewhat disappointed - I have the rest of the series and was excited to see this installment. Graphics are excellent - visually very well done The storyline drags And much too much back and forth searching for items The premise is good - but it just did not meet the expectations I had based on the rest of the series Of course try it and see what you think.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Two and a half stars, despite the great scenery I'm almost finished this game but I am just about to give up on it. I keep on forgetting what's going on. The pace is dripping along like some sort of ancient Mayan relic pulled from the Great Blue Hole!! Why? Most of the tasks are trivial, but fiddly and unnecessarily complicated. Turning sprinklers on and off... fetching boxes... who thought THAT would be exciting in an adventure game? Seriously?? To be honest most of these tasks are just distracting. Added to which, there have been too many technical quests for me; for instance, assembling highly complex submersive equipment. While clearly very well-researched, these tasks were very poorly explained. I did not feel involved in them, or in 90% of the other tasks in the game. Oh and to top it all off, there's a minigame where you have to change all the tiles to a single colour by changing the colours of adjacent tiles. The info given was useless to the second part of the game, in which the tiles did not light up properly even when the adjacent tiles were the right colour. Similarly, other tiles which weren't supposed to light up, did light up. I dunno if it was a glitch but I doubt it. To me it seemed like Eipix was just trying to be too clever by upping the stakes and changing the rules, without explaining how to win. Overall this game has felt like a novel with a bunch of unrelated puzzles to do on the side... which is not ideal (who does a crossword and reads a book at the same time, after all?) Also, I miss the Eipix humour. Please, please don't do games with no humour in them, Eipix! It's the main reason I play your games. The 'riot' at the beginning (which was so not a riot, not even close) could have been a good spot for some silly moments or excitement to occur, but even it was boring. So those are my complaints. Sorry, I wish I could comment on the story but it was so thinly fleshed out that I cannot. This was a wasted opportunity to do something different.
Date published: 2017-02-07
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