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Domini Games proudly presents the next adventurous entry in the electrifying Hidden Expedition series.

It’s your first field expedition as an expert in ancient Aztec languages, and you’re aiming to make a good impression, but the job takes an unexpected turn when someone awakens Coatlicue, the Aztec goddess of nature! Now it’s up to you to track down and stop the human who Coatlicue has tasked with her mission to reclaim the planet and punish humanity. You’ll need all your wits and puzzle-solving skills to outwit this deadly threat and return Coatlicue to her eternal rest. Are you bold enough to face her challenge? Find out in this exciting new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!

  • Join Dave Brannan and the H.E.L.P. team track down operatives from the Relic Sales Company, a dangerous group of artifact looters. Help save the Vase of Wind, and other powerful Aztec artifacts!
  • Find souvenirs and Aztec calendar pieces throughout the game – and gain access to extra stories.
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games - and add to your achievement awards!
  • Save your favorite Aztec adventures with wallpapers, concept art, and music.
  • Keep your adventure on track with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1469 MB

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Hidden Expedition: The Price of Paradise Collector's Edition is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Wish They Hadn't Omitted The Fact Cards Hidden Expedition was one of my favorite series until the devs began slowly eliminating the things that originally captured my interest. I love the old Expeditions because there was more fact than fantasy involved in the stories. Each adventure was exciting and different. Without all the H.E.L.P. "goodies", to me it isn't a true Hidden Expedition anymore. Don't get me wrong, today's release is an excellent, busy game. I am currently in chapter 4 and up to this point there are no disappointments. I love the theme of the Aztec culture but less fantasy would make it more interesting, IMO. Trekking into the heart of the Mexican jungles, the expedition is in search of a powerful Aztec artifact. As the journey progresses, trouble is right around the corner with a power-crazed member of the group complicating matters. I think it is an excellent storyline that provides a great adventure for many hours of fun. The graphics are beautiful. The lush rain forest is stunning with color and detail. Domini does a great job here and thankfully didn't blow it with crazy neons, which would have spoiled the beauty tremendously, at least for me. I love just taking my time in this kind of adventure, soaking up the visuals and detail. There's lots of action in this game and many tasks to undertake but it all moves along at a good pace. I've not found the tasks to be frustrating, no trouble finding what I need to get the job done. The HOP scenes are gorgeous within the lush rainforest and all have so far been lots of fun, good challenge and variety. An alternate Match 3 game is available. There are plenty of games from what I read in another review. Too many, in my opinion. But I do try not to skip any, just for the sake of personal achievement. I'm anxious to see what's in store, in the BC. Usually Hidden Expedition follows through with a satisfying additional dose of fun. There is a good map and I really like the music which I usually do not enjoy in most games. There are only a couple of collectibles, which made me feel cheated in a way, as I always look forward to the extra challenge. If not for the fantastic coupon I acquired in the BF search game, I would have passed on the CE. Nothing important would be missing in the SE. I usually am always happy with Domini quality, they know how to do it right. I think this new Hidden Expedition offers good entertainment for all ages, no matter your skill level because the game modes offer the various play options. And I especially appreciate being able to adjust the wait-time for hint and skip. I always try the demo, even if I feel a game just has to be great because of a series' good reputation. Try before buy, always good idea! Hope it is a fun adventure for you!
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Colorful Game mostly in Mexico I love the game. Aztecs and pyramids. Loved the hops and liked the mini-games. The pool mini-game was unexpected. Visited Teotihuacan Mexico, Acapulco Mexico, New York and Lake Guatavita which is in the Colombian Andes rumored to be El Dorado. I think the extras are lacking. Need more collectibles. The little souvenirs morph a little. The best morphs are in some of the hops. If Domini didn't pick up the extras from Eipix they should have at least had a three item to pick up and buy things. I didn't care for their spot the differences between the painting and pictures in the book because you can't fully see the book. So I just clicked around. The spot the differences between the photo and reality was the same thing. You don't have full view of both items at the same time. Don't like to scroll my achievements. I liked the other maker for Hidden Expedition but they aren't coming back and Domini did a fine job of making a fun game even if it's not the same. I liked the Siberian Husky bobble head at the end. I also liked the Domini symbols in the game. Feeding the Gummy worms was unexpected. Replay 32 movies, 18 hops, 23 mini-games and 5 music. It has 7 chapters + bonus. It has 11 wallpapers and 11 concept art. Collected only 20 Calendar Days with info and 15 Aztec Souvenirs with info. The bonus chapter seemed long to me. It has another tribe and special relic.
Date published: 2020-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game! An adventure in the land of the Aztecs. Great story and overwhelming graphics. So far Hidden Expedition has not convinced me that much. But Domini has made something really exciting out of it with great mini-games. Keep it up!
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Game Of 2020 Domini Really knows how to develop a fantastic game I'm glad they did away with the fact cards Puzzles are wonderful and the best graphics money can buy You can't beat the BOGO either
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURE INTO THE RAINFOREST – ONE OF THE BEST GAMES OF THE YEAR REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 7 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 51 pages (My time: 9 Hours) OVERVIEW: Journey to the land of the Aztecs in a stunningly beautiful game! For me, this is one of the best games to date from Domini Games. It is a long game set against the lush graphics of the rain forest. Domini provides more game for the money and this one is no exception. It is less historic than previous games in this series from another developer. It captures the essence of the Aztec culture; however, it contains more fantasy than facts. For me, it was more of an adventure into fantasy than a historical journey into the past. The creative design, the fast pace, the excellent storyline, along with a plethora of activities make this game an epic adventure. A lot of creativity and hard work went into designing this game – and it shows. STORY: As a newbie H.E.L.P. employee, a linguist specializing in the Aztec language, you are off to Teotihuacan to translate hieroglyphics on the Sun Pyramid. Find yourself engulfed in an adventure when the spirit and power of Coatlicue inhabit the body of the expedition’s leader, Vincent Alvarez. Under this influence, he ventures off on a quest to locate the Moon Sphere which will give him unlimited power. Stop this crazed ecological zealot before he causes havoc for the entire world. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 38 achievements. • Collect 20 calendar days and 15 Aztec souvenirs • 11 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences •Replay 18 HOP scenes and 23 Mini-games There are only two collectibles - souvenirs and Aztec calendar days. I found most of these items well-hidden within the scenes. Most scenes only have one collectible, and some do not have any at all. For me, the graphics are better than in other games from this developer. There is less of the neon green and bright purple usually associated with their games. For me, that is a good thing. And as for the soundtrack - for once, I enjoyed the background music in a game. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a prequel. Play Vincent Alvarez, the head of the expedition in the main game. After his plane crashes in the rain forest, he is off to investigate a criminal organization, Relic Sales Agency, who pose as H.E.L.P. agents to steal ancient artifacts from the native tribes. Stop this organization from stealing the Vase of Wind from a local tribe, the Wind Talkers. This is a long chapter. I felt the story was action-packed and a chapter which made this game worthy of a collector’s edition. The quality of this chapter is equal to that of the main game. There are nine (9) mini-games and five (5) HOP scenes. HOP SCENES: There are eighteen (18) HOP scenes and all can be replayed. There are some breathtakingly beautiful HOP scenes in this game, displaying all the lushness of the rain forest. They vary in style. A Match-3 game can be played instead of the scenes; however, the scenes are so creatively designed, some you may not want to miss. They include the usual lists of items and silhouette. However, there are matching, storybook scenes searching for highlighted items, replacement of items within a scene and spot the difference scenes. My favorite was a gorgeous scene with a search for flowers within a jungle setting. MINI-GAMES: There are thirty-six (36) mini-games. Twenty-three (23) can be replayed upon completion of the game. There are two Rube-Goldberg puzzles within this game. Most of the puzzles have an option to be played in either an “easy” or “hard” mode. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: (E=Easy, H=Hard) A. E/H Physics puzzle. Place angular pieces into a grid to lead colored balls to their appropriate colored slots at the bottom. Angle them on pegs so they create a path to each slot. Hard version has more balls to place into slots. B. Rube Goldberg Puzzle: 1. Bulls eye. Transfer a beam of light from one satellite to another until it reaches its destination. 2. Connection puzzle. Connects all dots on a grid without connecting the same dot twice. 3. Connection puzzle. On a grid of balls, find 5 patterns and trace them on the balls. All balls must be connected in some type of pattern. There are 2 of each pattern of balls. C. E/H Mathematical puzzle. Switch paddles with numbers on them so the two added together equal the number on each chair. Each person in a chair has two paddles with different numbers. Hard version has one more equation to solve. D. E/H Matching puzzle. Click on parts of a lock (tumblers) changing the design so they match with a given key. Hard version has one more tumbler to match up E. E/H Physics puzzle. Lead all gems to Coatlicue in the center of a grid- all at the same time. Place blocks on the grid to control the speed. Easier version has less gems to move toward the center BONUS CHAPTER: F. Connection puzzle. Connect blue dots on a fuse without retracing steps. G. E/H Place shells on stones within a creek so their circles overlap each other. H. E/H Switch puzzle. Switch and rotate round tiles to restore an image I. E/H Maze puzzle. Move a chip through a maze in a specific number of moves. Easier version gives you more moves
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game....but Love the whole series, purchase as soon as I can but there is a defect and no help in sight.
Date published: 2020-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Liked it, but... I've played all of the games in this series and loved them. I bought this game because of the title and I didn't even demo it first because the Hidden Expedition Series is one of my favorite game series. The colors, graphics, and story line were really good in this new game, but I could tell right off the bat that Eipix Entertainment did Not develop this one. Domino did a great job developing this game, but this game just didn't have that Eipix touch like the other games in this series had.
Date published: 2020-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What happened to my Hidden Expedition? Waaaaaa, don't like to complain but this is NOT my Hidden Expedition of memory. Played my first Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond in 2013, Smithsonian Castle 2014 (both Collector's Editions) and have purchased each and every subsequent Hidden Expedition without a second thought. This one is not so much a history lesson (no fact cards) as the others as it is another HO adventure story, rather cartoonish scenes and characters, over-saturation of colors and, while there's much to do in each scene, just lacks excitement of the original games. Also, can't skip through much of the dialogue so you're just trapped there until they finish. I do like this developers option of Match-3 in the HO's. The map works well enough and the ability to see what extras you need to find in each scene is a plus. Note to all developers: a little realism goes a long way with some of us. Please don't stop producing Hidden Expeditions, just please re-visit the originals to see why they have been such favorites in the Big Fish world.
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from IT'S A GOOD THING I TOOK THAT H.E.L.P WILD CAT TRAINING COURSE LOL Completed Game approximately 7.5 hours (including completion of all mini-games & CE Bonus Chapter) 21 Main Game Scene Locations +10 Bonus Chapter Difficulty Range: Beginner Is This The Price of Paradise? Our original Hidden Expedition developer has turned in their H.E.L.P badges and gear after 18 episodes, or should I say cases? A year later, the organization has a brand new C.E.O. with bright and shiny graphics, (which was to be expected by this developer anyway) What I wasn't expecting was a complete overhaul of the organization, No Original H.E.L.P. Characters, No H.E.L.P gadgets, No H.E.L.P Fun Fact Cards? So for me, this wasn't a Hidden Expedition game, it was a decent game, but in reality, it was just another new Domini Game, and it wasn't really deserving of the HE title. Gadgets/Helper: This should be the point where I explain about the fun fact cards you find during your "expedition" but Domini chose NOT to include this Hidden Expedition staple feature that made the Hidden Expedition series different from all the other games??? Collectibles & Morphing Objects (CE Version Only): You get to search for 15 tiny Aztec Souvenirs and 20 Calendar Day Collectibles in a whopping 31 scene locations. That's all folks! Hidden Object Scenes: There are 18 Hidden Object Scenes + 6 in the CE Bonus Chapter. They vary with Interactive List Finds, Keywords in Sentence Finds, Replace Items into the Scene, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Price Tag Finds, Matching Pair Finds and Multiples of the Same Item Finds. There is an alternaive Match 3 game available as well. Mini-Games: There are 36 Mini-Games +8 in the CE Bonus Chapter. You can choose to play them in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode and you can choose which mode to have them start out in the Custom Setting (you can still switch between modes for each individual game) Below are a few of my personal favorites: 1-Drop matching colored boxes onto each other to remove them. 2-Use a cue stick to hit pool balls into the matching colored holes. 3-Fire a signal from the far left satellite to the lower right base. 4-Connect all dots just once. Bonus Chapter (CE Version Only) Wind back the hands of time playing as Vincent Alvarez as he tries to stop a seedy organization from stealing The Vase of Wind...whoosh (rut row, I think I just let the air escape, they should put a lid on this puppy!) This is a rather long Domini chapter spanning over 10 scene locations with 8 additional Mini-Games and 6 Hidden Object Scenes. You will complete your search for the final 7 Calendar Days and 4 Souvenirs. Collector's Edition Extra's: (CE version only) 11 Wallpapers, 11 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 33 Movie Video Cutscenes, 38 Achievements, 23 Replayable Mini-Games, 18 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 15 Aztec Souvenirs, 20 Calander Days, 7 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter, and a Built-In Strategy Guide. HIDDEN EXPEDITION SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Titanic SE only (July 22-2006) 3.6 2-Everest SE only (June 1-2007) 3.3 3-Amazon SE only (June 20-2008) 3.8 4-Devil's Triangle SE only (October 23-2009) 3.6 5-The Uncharted Islands (August 14-2011) 3.2 6-Smithsonian Hope Diamond (December 19-2013) *no longer available* 7-The Crown of Solomon (July 3-2014) 4.1 8-Smithsonian Castle (December 25-2014) *no longer available* 9-Dawn of Prosperity (August 27-2015) 3.7 10-The Fountain of Youth (January 7-2016) 4.3 11-Midgard's End (June 2-2016) 4.1 12-The Eternal Emperor (September 1-2016) 3.5 13-The Lost Paradise (December 22-2016) 3.7 14-The Pearl of Discord (April 8-2017) 3.8 15-The Curse of Mithridates (October 28-2017) 3.9 16-The Golden Secret (February 10-2018) 3.6 17-The Altar of Lies (July 21-2019) 3.3 18-Neptune's Gift (April 25-2019) 3.5 19-The Price of Paradise (June 25-2020) n/a by: Domini Games
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sam-less Good game. To me it seems rated G as it has no edge to it. Story line is ok and voice actors are good and the graphics are colorful making it fairly easy to find objects in the scene. For some reason it is not like the original Hidden Expedition, sorry can't find the word to describe it . I enjoyed the game but not like before . Maybe I should and others take this game as another series than the first Hidden Expedition games with Sam.. Those seemed more exciting but comparing the two games might be unfair to this series. The bonus game has a good length to it so money well spent but ?? hard for me to judge. The new developer is trying but should change the name to something other wise. Recommend This Game to the non original Hidden Expedition lovers. Unless you keep an open mind as Sam is not there because it is a different game.
Date published: 2020-06-29
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