Echo: Secret of the Lost Cavern

Echo: Secret of the Lost Cavern

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Walk the path of Arok, a prehistoric tribesman in search of his destiny in Echo: Secret of the Lost Cavern. His journey will take him into the heart of an enchanted mountain and through a cavernous maze. Armed with his wits, and the help of a mysterious spirit guide, Arok seeks out magic cave paintings to help him solve cunning puzzles and face deadly traps. Modeled after the real-world cave network of Lascaux in France, this Adventure game is sure to challenge and inspire.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.7/10.6/10.5
  • CPU: 800 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1205 MB

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Echo: Secret of the Lost Cavern is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVED IT!!! I wish there was a part 2 or other games similar to this! Most adventure games are really hidden object but this one was a true adventure game with excellent graphics!
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There is more to this game than you think I must admit, I nearly gave up as I wasn't used to the way you need to move about. As soon as I got the hang of it - ie looking up will circle around the roof area and looking down will circle around the floor. As soon as found and looked around at eye level, I could move around and find objects and complete the challenges. It is nice not to be spoon fed everything, because as soon as you realise how to do certain things, ie how to access the inventory and use objects you get another feel of accomplishment. It is a lovely game, but you do need patience to play it, but it is very rewarding as you complete the next step.
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Difficult but outstanding gameplay You will need to download a walkthrough for this game BUT it is worth it. The graphics, audio, and storyline are superb. This game is VERY challenging, but can be done. I highly recommend it :)
Date published: 2012-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic game, different than others I realy liked this game. With a nice story line. It was different than al other games I played before. It is realy educationaly (sorry for my english). You must find things to surfive, like a fire. But how did they make a fire in those days. You will find out when you reed the background information they give you about living in that period. Just fantastic, you will learn a lot. The inventory you will find with a right click on mouse. I could not do it without the walkthrough. I realy recomment this game
Date published: 2012-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Prehistoric Adventure I like adventure, history and educational games, so when this game was DD few days ago, and I could try it, I knew almost straight away this was for me. I have played another Kheops game, I believe - Destination: Treasure Island, so the controls weren't as hard for me as some people have said: inventory comes up with right click and menu with Esc. When you see two stones clicking together, it means you have something in your inventory you can use there. Hand shows you can pick things up and two stones with line on them means that you can't manipulate the place yet. Although a tutorial or some kind of help page would be a good thing to have. I am slightly prone to motion sickness, so the "normal" speed made me a bit dizzy in the first few minutes, but changing it to "slow" and using the mouse carefully helped. The graphics are gorgeous, beautifully done, with lots of textures and moving things. I love how it is educational and also slightly magical, with cave paintings coming to life, and there is a mini-encyclopedia that can offer you ideas and hints to help you solve the puzzles/tasks. NB: there are no "hint" or "skip" buttons in the game though. I also liked the voices, also I found the dialogue strangely eloquent for stone age. Sure, people need to talk to each other, but it could have been done more simply, not with fancy terms and long words... But that's really my only gripe with this game. The puzzles are great, they range from well-known and -used "Hanoi Tower" to really unique creative minigames. I loved the painting and music ones. There are lots of places to explore, although none of them are really huge and you only do them few at a time. As usual, pick up anything you can see (hand icon), because you'll be using it before you know it. And don't be afraid to use a walkthrough - I love adventure games, but am usually too impatient/frustrated to take several days to figure a puzzle out myself. UHS walkthroughs are great - they don't spoil other bits of the game for you. (And use Alt+Tab to switch between your game and walkthrough without exiting.) I didn't read the game description here, so when the direct connection to Lascaux was revealing itself, I was astonished and captivated. The story is great. I didn't think I would be rating it as highly as I did, but it was an enchating, unique game experience. Give it a go. tuskel, sincerely
Date published: 2012-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME!!! One of the best. It's a large file but the story line is nice and interesting. Some challenge but when I got stock I was able to find a walkthrough in the web.
Date published: 2012-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FINALLY, a REAL old fashion true Adventure game!! Thank you BFG for finally giving us true adventure lovers an opportunity for having a non-HOG for a DD, it’s been a long time coming! First, if you want HOG, sparkles, maps, diaries, or hints this game is NOT for you. If you like to use your imagination, be independent, solve mysteries, investigate your surroundings and not be told what to do or how to do it then this is your game. In regards to lack of instruction, these games require you to explore. Less than 2 minutes into the game I found the right mouse button brings up your inventory as well as historical facts and information. Some you can click on and get further information, some are unresponsive. The esc button brings up your main menu to save and exit. If you get stuck on how to do something check the top of your screen when looking at inventory, they do give you some ideas. Made by Khoeps and the Adventure Company, one of the first in the genre of true adventure games and IMHO, the best (was so sorry to learn the Adventure Company is no longer with us). I wish more dev.’s would venture into this genre, yes you do have fans/customers out there unfortunately I think we are the silent minority. None of these types of adventure games are easy. First thing to do is find a walkthrough “just in case”. Savor the experience, explore, and investigate. Some will find this relaxing, others frustrating (if your dependent on sparkles, maps and hints). I hope you will give it a try, for $2.99 you may be surprised to find that you may actually like this type of game on occasion. Take advantage of the sale to give it a go, these types of large file games do not appear often.
Date published: 2012-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grab this while you can at the dd price! At least give this game a fair trial. I've only played it for about 45 minutes and, yes, it is challenging. It's also beautiful and engaging--quite different actually from the usual. It's definitely not a "hold your hand" type of game. It takes a lot of thought to find out what to do next, but this is, after all, an adventure game and it definitely lives up to it's genre. Just a hint if you are totally perplexed and can't find the objects you pick up (possible spoiler here but not by much)...You do have more than one button on your mouse, don't you? The music and soundtrack are amazingly well done; a pleasure to listen to. The game's not for everyone, probably, but for 2.99 (or even at regular price if you don't get it at today's dd discount) you're in for an enchanting experience, well worth the money. You'll probably feel like you're actually walking in Aroc's moccasins (or whatever footwear they wore back in those prehistoric days.)
Date published: 2012-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough? Absolutely! Fun? You bet!!! Now and then I like a game that gives me a real challenge, and "Echo" definitely does! If you're the type who likes to figure everything out no matter how long it takes, you'll love "Echo" -- however, for me, all I can say is, "Thank Goodness for walkthroughs!!" ;) (You'll have to use a search engine to find one....) I'm nowhere near done playing "Echo" yet, but enjoying every minute... and this is a game that will take a long time to play.... For one thing, it's not one you'll accomplish in one sitting. For me, I'll play for a while then switch to a more casual game.... If you're a curious person who loves history, you'll enjoy all the reading material that comes with it.... (also helps you figure out some things....) If not, you can just ignore it. The graphics are great and the voice-over is good, but the mouths just move regardless of what's being said, which looks weird to me ;) -- Anyway, fair warning..... this one's no walk in the park but, for me, well worth playing!
Date published: 2012-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun! I haven't played a game like his before, so it was new and different. I really liked the variety it offered.
Date published: 2012-04-13
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