Sacred Almanac: Traces of Greed

Sacred Almanac: Traces of Greed

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Chief Engineer Jonathan Finch had gone missing after a powerful railroad tunnel explosion and the ensuing investigation has forced the company to freeze all work on the track. As the main investigator, you discover that the collapse may not be related to natural events, but rather a mysterious and ancient civilization. Can you dig up the truth in this hidden object mystery?

  • 32 animated and picturesque game scenes
  • More than 20 challenging mini games
  • Never get lost with our Interactive Map
  • Choose between 3 difficulty modes.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1995 MB

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Sacred Almanac: Traces of Greed is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brave Developers More like this please, this was great, very entertaining, challenging, I loved it.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RELAXING, NATURE-FILLED GAME. MOUNTAIN STREWN DESERT AND CAVES** *******NO HOPS********* You are out West. WAY OUT WEST. Traverse desert, mountains and rock formations. You can almost feel the dry heat beating down on you. Then continue on to underground caverns. Many water scenes feature too. GREAT SCENES OF THE NATURAL WORLD; you start off indoors, but that doesn’t last long. The 3 screenshots chosen to highlight the game really don’t do the game justice. The video gives you a better idea. Even then, that makes it seem more like a crazy, action-packed game, and it really isn’t. Took me somewhere between 2.5 to 3.0 hours to complete in one evening. However, I skipped a lot of the puzzles. GRAPHICS: WONDERFUL: SHARP, DETAILED, PERSPECTIVES ARE RIGHT. Metal looks like metal, rock looks like rock. The metal is worn and peeling and rusty in places. Realistic with natural colors. It doesn’t matter to me how it is achieved, it looks fantastic! FILLS THE WHOLE SCREEN. HOPS: NONE PUZZLES: Lots, a variety of types and difficulties, with some being very difficult. SOUNDS: 3 - Music is ok and has a separate control. I found that if I adjusted volume say for ambient, then mouse-click would also change too. Luckily this didn’t affect music, which I silenced after 10 minutes. Good ambient sounds. HINT: 20 seconds to recharge on casual and the Hint will lead and guide you. Note there are no glimmers/sparkles even on Casual, but the cursor does change shape when there is an item of interest. DIFFICULTY LEVELS: 3 not interchangeable. MAP: TRAVEL and has useful indicators. INVENTORY: Lockable JOURNAL: YES CHARACTERS: Infrequent interaction, since you are in the middle of nowhere. However, you do come across the local inhabitants/mountain tribe and you have to gain their confidence by passing their tests. NO voice-overs, you read. So glad this was on the $2.99 daily offer! Who knows when I might have found it otherwise!
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Graphics..............Fun to play. After downloaded the trial, I played for 30 min. and decided to buy immediately.(of course the price today was great) The map is very handy. After finding items (without HOP) they made definite sense. I play always without music so I cannot weigh that. However, I love the graphics and the story is smooth. I think it a relaxing game. Definitely a buy today .!!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! Sacred Almanac is an Awesome SE Adventure !!! A powerful explosion thundered in one of tunnels during the laying of a new continental railway line. The only victim of this tragedy is the chief engineer Jonathan Finch, whose body cannot be found. Jonathan’s previous report testified to the increased seismic activity, but a few weeks ago his conclusion had the absolute opposite meaning. The railway company is forced to stop construction and launch an investigation. The head of the company sends a film recording the tragic incident to one of his friends, the retired military officer Richard Stone. One of the disturbing shots of the film rivets Richard's attention, a stone monument, the origin of which becomes a riddle for (you) the hero. Having settled down in the train carriage, Richard doesn't begin to suspect that the railway would lead him to an ancient civilization, in which he will occupy the place of honor, as the defender who stopped the greed and betrayal. This SE adventure does NOT include hidden object scenes. Dialogue is given but no voice overs. The music is a bit repetitive and you might want to skip the slow paced dialogue if you wish. The map is very helpful in leading you what to do next, but be mindful of every move or you may have to begin the game all over again. I loved the game and recommend it to anyone and everyone. It deserves more than a 3 star rating...
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent SE Game This is NOT a HOS game, It is an Adventure Game, but not an extremely difficult one. The HINT setup in this game is very good and will aid you through the game, if you need it. Give this game a try, you might enjoy it. The graphics are very clear. Even through there aren't any voices, the game is still interesting and moves along well.
Date published: 2015-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent mid-week game! Wow! Thank you BFG for a fantastic mid-week offering .. it not only offered enjoyment, but I was able to buy it with one of my coupons. This game was great, no hidden objects to have to plow through, was purely based on the gamer being able to work out what needs to be found and used, yahoo! I have often said, HOP segments are put there as an excuse to find an object that needs to be used ... well, not with this game! Every step you take you need to find a reason why, an object to use and whilst not overly hard, tackled the mind! And to boot, not a game where you finally had to go back lots and lots of scenes whereby you had forgotten even that something had to be done as it was so long ago, in other words, too much tooing and froing! This game is challenging, enjoyable, only about 5 scenes of going backwards and forwards in each segment, but still makes sense! No stupid HOP moments (Elephant, Eepix, etc. take note!) to go through, just a wonderful, smooth, intelligent, and adventurous game! A true adventure game but unlike others, no hours of listening to dialogue either! This game also was of a good length, unlike some of the well known games which seem to be getting shorter but still cost, has a storyline and a fun, challenging factor for those who like their games without a million hidden object moments. To be fair though, these are becoming a little different, a bit more amusing, but for some reason, still necessary! Why then can a game like this come out, be challenging, interesting, fun, absorbing, with not a single HOP? Perhaps methinks easier to do this to find a required object, eh? To all who read first and see if they would buy a game, I highly recommend this if your genre is a bit of challenge, a fun game with hard but not too hard puzzles, and with a bit of patience and perseverance, can be solved, no HOPS, a good storyline, cheap and even free with a coupon, then definitely get it!
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sacred Almanac: Traces of Greed I enjoyed playing this game and sometimes they say big is better in this case it is despite not having a dialogue spoken
Date published: 2015-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too Short I thought this game was a lot of fun. It is not a HOG. There are absolutely no HOS. My issue with the game is it only took me an hour and a half to complete. It lets you completely use up the 60 minutes of free trial and then I bought to only have 30 min of game play left. So sad. Fun concept though. I wish they made more like these, instead of big junk piles you have to sift through to find random objects you don't even use.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good solid SE game! I enjoyed playing the demo, and will pick this up on a bonus punch Monday! As other reviewers have noted, there are no HO scenes, and it has an Indiana Jones type of feel. It looks good, plays well, and held my interest. With so few SE only games available lately, it is nice to see one that is fun to play even without all the CE goodies we've become used it! This is not in the least bit an edgy or innovative game, just a good solid one.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not What I Expected... My bad! I guess I didn't look close enough, but this IS NOT AN HOG. Nonetheless, a very enjoyable way to spend an afternoon. I found the background music to be very monotonous & at times, downright annoying. There are no Voice Overs in this game, so listening to the same loupe of music over & over really got on my nerves. The other annoying this is the dialogue. Now, I don't mind no VO's, but there was too much time given for the characters to say their lines... I started getting impatient & hitting the skip button (it didn't matter, it still took way too long to get past the dialogue.#.So unless you read at a snail's pace, you may find the same frustration. With that said, I will go on to say that the graphics in this game were very good. The scenes were well defined. There's quite a bit of jumping back & forth between scenes; there's a map if you need help #I didn't). The Mini-Games weren't all that challenging, though there were one or two I just skipped. For those just starting out on adventure games or are new to HOG's, this is a great one to start with. The story line is a bit convoluted, but very enjoyable. As far as replay value, maybe once a year. I will recommend this game, but to novices.
Date published: 2015-07-26
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