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For years, the sailors and pirates of the Lost Lands have been talking about a ghostly ship sailing in the heart of a storm. This vision disappears as soon as it comes to life. Rumors spread about the ship’s captain, a huge octopus that travels with the ship, a Yarl’s curse, and an evil sorceress!

Meanwhile, Susan finds a strange pirate chest with the compass of the worlds inside and a note begging for help. It's time for her to return to the Lost Lands!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 794 MB

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Lost Lands: The Wanderer is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OFF ON ANOTHER EXCELLENT ADVENTURE TO THE LOST LANDS I absolutely love the Lost Lands series of games and own all of the others that I have played many times. There is so much to do and see in the games so they have great replay value. Not only do I have all of the Lost Lands games I also have every CE from this developer including another of my favorite series – New York Mysteries. In the newest game The Wanderer you get to play as Susan, our world traveling heroine, who was most likely around for the original “tea party” with all the traveling she does. When Susan returns home from her daily run she finds a magically sealed sea chest in her living room and, because after her previous expedition she accidentally returned with a pair of anti-magic gloves, she knows just what to do so she can open the chest. An interesting note in the chest, along with the Compass of Worlds, leads Susan to the shore where she is whisked away by a giant octopus where she soon meets Finuer Stulburn; Captain of the Grey Flounder who we learn is only an illusion. While meeting with the captain Susan learns that not only is the Lost Lands at danger of destruction, but so is any other world the captain has visited, including our own. So begins The Wanderer and Susan must not only find Captain Stulburn’s body and wake him from his destructive wandering but find and free his wife as well. Although some might find the graphics old school, I happen to think they are excellent. The voiceovers and sound package are very good as well and compliment the game to perfection. The game offers the custom setting that is now becoming almost standard with all newer games. I appreciate the very interactive map that this developer includes in its games because not only can we quickly travel from place to place, it also shows where we have collectibles or morphing objects left to find. Believe me when I say this game has a lot of collectibles because it certainly does and is a bonanza for those of us who love CE versions of games for this reason. I am not going to give all of the details about the HOPS or mini-games since they are what we would expect and do find in almost all HOPA games. Although all of the HOPS are the silhouette type they are very interactive and always a lot of fun. The good thing is that the silhouettes are fairly good so it isn’t too overly difficult to figure out what we need to find. Where I think this game is excellent is in the mini-games or puzzles. Even though the puzzles are not mind-numbing difficult there still is some challenge. Most of the puzzles are doable if you stop to think about them and if needed, you can find detailed instructions in the Strategy Guide. If you choose to purchase the CE version of the game there are 32 collectibles that complete several different sets, 32 morphing objects, 20 manuscripts, 8 map pieces, and 15 masks to find. You can replay Mini-games and Puzzles (although I am not sure what the difference is between them at this point). Other extras include concept art, wallpapers, videos, music, bonus chapter and Strategy Guide. Since I know the value of these games, I purchased it immediately because I couldn’t wait to play the full game. After playing the full game, I can say that it didn't disappoint. The storyline was very good and well told in a manner that made sense. Even though I loved this game, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy the game as much as I did.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Long game, many puzzles to solve I did not like the graphics for the game, but the game is long, with more puzzles to solve than HOPs. Gameplay is intuitive and most puzzles were easy to reasonable, a few exasperating. There are a ton of places to explore and actions to take. The teleport map is helpful in that regard. Hard core mode allows hint, skip, and helpful messages, but map does not display hints for areas of interest in your next task. The story is entirely forgettable, but the title of the game is apt, as you wander among 30 locations. There are 20 collectible journal pages to find throughout the game, but I found these boring as it's a lot of reading (background info for items and characters encountered). HOPs have many interactions, a lot of them hooked together like connect-the-dots (find one item to get another item, which leads to another item etc). This game is good for those who enjoy being detective and solving puzzles.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Save The Captain This game does wander around but the hint key will transport you to the next place you need to investigate. I really liked the hidden objects as you find one item that opens another, etc. The mini-games are also good.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Might have been fun if.... This game has an interesting story and some good graphics BUT there are way too many cut away scenes for my taste. The demo was almost entirely a CAS...OK I am exaggerating but it sure seemed like it. I want to play a game, not watch a movie so sorry, but I cannot recommend this game.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too much running to and fro Well. I really tried to like this game and just quit playing while I was at least half way or maybe further in the game. But I kept feeling irritated time and time again, because there was SO much going back to so many different scenes. I guess it's a difficult balance to find (for developers) between 'finding all items too soon and too close & therefore closing scenes too easily' on the one end and 'keeping tasks in almost EVERY scene during the whole game which keeps you running to and fro while you really cannot remember all the tasks and their locations' on the other. This was too much for me anyway. Furthermore, I really hate it when the game lacks creativity. If someting is hard to reach or there is some overgrowth which I have to remove, and I find a rake, I expect to be able to use it to reach the object or clear the overgrowth. But nooo, I REALLY seem to need this particular long stick or the garden shears to reach this goal. Stupid. So I give up. I don't want to be irritated any longer.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Yawn! The opening video, a cackling witch, should tell you just about everything you can expect from this game. Oh, and let's not forget the stereotypical well that needs a bucket and a handle! Muddy graphics, slow play, blah, blah, blah! This game should be called "The Adventures of Captain Cliche!" Don't waste your time, or your money.
Date published: 2016-11-23
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