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Many people regret the mistakes of their past, but how many people get a chance to go back and change them? The dark sorceress Cassandra has broken free after centuries of imprisonment, killing all who oppose her in the Lost Lands. To stop her, you’ll have to travel back to the past to unravel Cassandra’s secrets. But be careful, even small changes can cause time paradoxes and may have far-reaching consequences! Can you uncover her weakness and save the future? Find out in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game.

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Lost Lands: Mistakes of the Past is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from one of the best I do not give reviews very often, but I really enjoyed this game. I have all the others in the series and I must say I think this was the best one. Following Susan you never know what is going to happen next. . The ease of the map to go back and forth was very helpful.. Some of the characters were in the other series, so that was fun to see them again. I do not like to give information on the game as it gives too much away. You just need to see the series, and hope you enjoy them as much as I have.
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great story line Mistakes of the past is one of the best games I have played in a long time. The story line drew me in right away and the longer I played the more I wanted to find out.Awesome job on this one,looking forward to more like it.
Date published: 2018-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game I won't go into the details of play, as no one can match pennmom36 for fabulously detailed reviews. I will say that I play loads of HO games, and many leave me wishing for more, or wondering what the heck happened that the game just...ended...with no real explanation or denouement. This game was intriguing, exciting, and actually, left me just a bit teary at the end. That only happens when I feel really involved and the characters feel real. I know, silly me. But I did love this game!
Date published: 2018-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~LOST LANDS #6 IS ANOTHER WIN FOR FIVE-BN!!!~~~ The evil sorceress Cassandra has finally woken up after her centuries of imprisonment and captured her former student Maaron with the help of Arachnoids, her loyal servants. Can you (Susan) travel back in time to correct the past and help Fiona, Maaron’s great-granddaughter, bring Maaron back from Casandra’s grasps? In the world of HOPA, where recycling concepts and plotlines is the easy way out for many developers, FIVE-BN wowed me yet again with another unique and compelling Lost Lands sequel. After what seemed like the conclusion to the Lost Lands series in Ice Spell, the series wastes no time to rebound right back with an action-packed, story-driven opening sequence in Mistakes of the Past. While the main plot in the game is pretty typical for a HOPA game, the game includes just enough complex backstories and fascinating details to make this a captivating experience from beginning to end. The gameplay also benefits from having a solid, consistently paced storyline. The adventure gameplay is perfectly interwoven into the storyline, and it includes both the usual mundane tasks as well as some unconventional ones. The hidden object scenes are mostly interactive and progressive, they could have been a little more innovative but for me they were very entertaining! Lost Lands: Mistakes of the Past is heavier on the puzzles than the hidden object scenes, and luckily the puzzles here are creative and enjoyable, despite being slightly on the easy side. Lost Lands: Mistakes of the Past is known for its cinematic quality and this sequel certainly does not disappoint in that regard. The stunning visuals and the epic musical scores are perfect for high-stakes games such as this. The animations and the cut-scenes are also some of the best in business. If I wanted to be really picky, I would say that the location designs could have been a little more creative, but that issue is offset by just how spectacular the visuals are. I chose to play the CE version and it took me five hours to complete the main game and I do not regret a single second of it and am playing it a second time today! The bonus chapter shifts the focus to the backstory and has a satisfying length of roughly 50 minutes. Lost Lands: Mistakes of the Past is offered as a Collector’s Edition, which includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, videos, soundtracks, re-playable mini-games, achievements, morphing objects, and a wide array of collectibles. I love this series and I hope fans will enjoy this edition as much as I did. Cheers! In this series: •Lost Lands: Dark Overlord •Lost Lands: The Four Horsemen •Lost Lands: The Golden Curse •Lost Lands: The Wanderer •Lost Lands: Ice Spell •Lost Lands: Mistakes of the Past
Date published: 2018-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SUSAN, YOU'VE DONE IT AGAIN REVIEW FROM COMPLETED GAME AND BONUS What a fabulous time travel game and I enjoyed every minute of it. In this game you once again play Susan who has to kill Cassandra in the past on orders from Maaron. There is: * Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom modes; * Voiceovers (with dialogue); * Interactive map; * Diary. The graphics are gorgeous and very well defined. Each scene is beautiful and very clear to see. Sound is good and the music is orchestral and now well familiar as it has been played in the previous Lost Lands games to keep you company. The hidden object games are silhouette where you have to find one item to use to find another, etc. I loved doing these as they had a pretty good challenge to them and you also have little mini-games in them as well. The mini-games ranged from easy to hard. Some took me ages to accomplish, however they are fun to do and I was never bored or felt out of my depth. The interactive map works well and it also shows what morphs or collectibles need to be found in each scene just in case you need it. This time I didn't need to use the interactive map, but I have used it before in a previous game. Keep an eye on your diary as it shows things that you need to know to progress through the game. So, do you get the CE or SE? In the CE, the bonus game is how it all began, there are 22 Achievements; 22 replayable mini-games, 7 replayable puzzles and 20 extra puzzles (after you complete the game). In each scene there is a morph and a collectible to find and 12 roses in the bonus. You can turn also turn the "hand" off to make it more challenging. This is the only developer I know who does this and I thank them from the bottom of my heart. Personally I think the CE is preferable because you can then get the full story about Maaron and Cassandra with lots of extras. All up the game, bonus and extra 20 puzzles took me a good 10 hours to complete. I truly loved the story and mechanics of this game and that is why I have all this developer's games. Overall a terrific game and so worth buying. Happy playing fishies.
Date published: 2018-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LOVE THE MORPHS & COLLECTIBLES OF THE CE VERSION BETTER The only reason I have downgraded my Star rating for this Standard Edition version is that I prefer the CE version which has Morphing Objects and several categories of Collectibles. If you don't care about a quality storyline, then you probably won't get what all the fuss is about, but if you are searching for HOPA games with really good stories to back up your adventures, then Five-Bn Games have just what you're looking for. Not just with this game, but with every game in this series, in fact, all of their game series! I prefer the CE version because of the CE bling, but if you don't care about morphs and collectibles, this SE is perfectly fine. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Holy Arachnoids, those spiders are ginormous! Mistakes have been made in the past alright, a deadly Black Widow Spider must have hooked up with Godzilla! Susan has been summoned once again to the Lost Lands, but something's definitely different this time. (did I mention there are ginormous spiders?) This isn't the Lost Lands of the past, and Maaron is nowhere to be seen. If Maaron didn't summon Susan, who did, and why? Lost Lands is one of my favorite game series, (& my favorite dev) I fell in love with it the moment little Jimmy got swallowed by a tree! Susan is a relatable character, and this dev does an amazing job connecting you emotionally to the storyline. The CG graphic video cutscenes are extremely realistic, but what I like the most about Lost Lands, is that it's not a cookie-cutter game, they never are. You probably won't come across all the standard cliche tasks like wrapping a rag around a shard of glass and finding a smoker to drive away bees, and that's so refreshing and so appreciated! Another cool feature they offer in the CE version is that for each group of collections, morphs and manuscripts completed, you will earn an Achievement AND you'll receive a new Puzzle or Mini-Game in the Bonus Levels section! (Collector's Edition version only) The Hidden Object Scenes are Interactive-Progressive Silhouetted-Shape Puzzles. If you are not familiar with this type of Hidden Object Scene, you're in for a treat, because nobody does this style of HOP as well as this developer, and all of their games have it! You must find an object within the scene, that matches one of the Silhouetted Shapes shown in the Inventory Bar. Then you click on various Zoom Zones to find where the item can be used Interactively, which will expose the next Silhouetted Shape item that will be used in the next Zoom Zone until you Progress through all of the items. There is usually a small puzzle to solve as well. I love this type of HOP, they aren't just brainless click-fests, and they are really fun to solve! The Mini-Games are awesome! Many of the puzzles make you refer to your good old-fashioned Journal, remember those days! I've always thought mini-games were lame when a slip of paper would appear with the solution code written on it. Why do they even bother including a game that has already basically been solved? It says or shows you everything you have to do, right in front of your face! I love the journal aspect, and it would be even more awesome if the entry wasn't needed to solve an immediate puzzle, but several pages later, so you'd have to scan through the journal entries to find what you need. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo, and they get even better afterward: 1-Place various sized boards w/o overlapping to create stairs. 2-Unscramble the stone letter blocks to create the correct name. 3-Enter the correct code you've seen before, or refer to the journal. 4-Open all clamps in the correct order by trial & error. 5-Place figurines so that they are all holding hands around the circle. 6-Enter the correct date and time you heard earlier or refer to your journal. 7-Create a path to get new boards & then to connect 3 dots. 8-Scan the area with a magnet to find the hidden item. The Collector's Edition version has 10 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art Pictures, 16 Movie Video Cutscenes, 8 Music Soundtracks, 22 re-playable Mini-Games, 7 re-playable Puzzles, (more are added when you complete the collections, morphs & manuscripts) 22 Achievements to earn, 7 Collectible Posters, 7 Collectible Bloody Palms, 8 Collectible Funeral Urns, 8 Collectible Arachnoid Gold Spiders, 12 Collectible Roses, 9 Collectible Lost Lands Manuscripts, 30 Morphing Objects (Custom mode allows you to turn on/off the option of the cursor changing over collectibles & on/off option of showing collectibles on the Map) 3 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter (very long chapters) enjoy fixing Maaron's Mistakes of the Past! LOST LANDS SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Dark Overlord (March 23-2014) 4.3 2-The Four Horsemen (February 13-2015) 4.7 3-The Golden Curse (December 4-2015) 4.5 4-The Wanderer (November 23-2016) 4.3 5-Ice Spell (October 11-2017) 4.6 6-Mistakes of the Past (August 26-2018) n/a
Date published: 2018-08-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Trial: Mistake of the Present Lots of back and forth! Time Travel! Some development was well done, some not so great. Make a potion. Set time travel dials. Don't do something back there because it will change here. Sigh! Mini Games-old rotating, etc. you know those that are more annoying than fun.The experience was more about traveling back and forth, collecting, making a potion, putting a sword back together, all those old experiences that are overdone and boring. Only time the game offered anything intriguing was at the final scene in the trial. Even that won't encourage me to purchase this one. To be fair, give it a trial run to see what you think.
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This was a let down I own all of the Lost World games and this one doesn't even look like it belongs in the series. It looks as if it were done by a totally different crew. They changed the way Susan looks to where she is no longer attractive, and her hair is an ugly mess. Where the previous games had a lot of daylight scenes with really nice colors, this one was dismal, dark, and depressing. And that pretty much describes the story line, too. When I play I like to sit back and relax and left the game unfold. I don't want to have to keep paper and pencil at hand to copy down clues. Towards the end I just skipped those rather that bothering with them. This. in all likelihood will be the last Lost Worlds I will buy. Sad.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Missed the Mark for Me The graphics in this game are fabulous, but why do we need yet another game where the evil witch needs to be killed?! The idea of using ashes from a corpse to activate the time travel gadget is just questionable and the scene where the dead witch in the fireplace needs to be burned was more graphic than it needed to be. I only played the demo so I can only imagine the scene where Cassandra is killed and assume it is also more graphic than necessary. Too bad, when so much effort was put into the graphics. The voiceovers were also great, except for the young girl with her squeaky, annoying tone. Could have been better, IMHO.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No thanks I tried .. I've played and enjoyed the other "Lost Lands" games. Not this one. Most disturbing is the ploy of using human ashes: rob a grave, burn a corpse. That's already a sickening turn off. However, if that were not enough to put me off continuing, the English is very wobbly; this is annoying in itself and also makes some of the plot unclear, For example "use a sword" actually means "use the special sword you have journeyed to acquire."I really don't know what the developers thought they were doing this time.
Date published: 2018-08-30
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