Invasion: Lost in Time

Invasion: Lost in Time

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While exploring an ancient Egyptian tomb, Mike discovers a strange sarcophagus containing human remains. Much to his shock, the body very closely resembles him. Mike has called you to come help him investigate this bizarre find.

After digging a little deeper, the two explorers find themselves trapped, but they also discover something resembling a large machine in one of the Egyptian tombs. Mike, believing it to be an ancient time machine, believes you can use it to escape. After climbing inside, the real adventures begin.

Enjoy Invasion: Lost in Time and find yourself in Ancient Egypt, visit a caveman, set foot on the mysterious planets Shukaras and Torion. After discovering a sinister invasion plan, will you be able to stop it and return home safely? Only time will tell.

  • Beautiful landscapes of Ancient Egypt
  • Explore alien planets and earn achievements
  • Unconventional hog-scenes with skip options
  • Replay mini games you unlock on your adventure

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  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 760 MB

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Invasion: Lost in Time is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 88.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So COOL! Puzzle lover paradise! I haven't left a review in quite a while, but this game deserved one. It was very different and really fun. There are some laugh out loud moments near the end at the ridiculousness, but overall it is great. It's a sci-fi time travel fantasy with lots to do. There are loads of puzzles of all different types. There is a bonus area after the game ends with 5 different types of extra puzzles! Really cool ones.... Did I mention that there are plenty of puzzles - and they're all different?! Lol. The HO lovers aren't left out, either. The HOs are very well done and you can replay them after the game is over. There are also additional HOs as part of the bonus content. The best part is the folks like me, who can take or leave the HOs, have the option of skipping them entirely when we get tired of them. The story line was way out there, far-fetched but well executed and very entertaining. It kept my interest throughout and didn't have many eye-rollingly illogical moments. The artwork is fantabulous! As a part of the bonus puzzles, you get a plethora of jigsaws with the absolutely gorgeous scenery from the game. My favorites are the ancient Egyptian scenes. I find this game to be well worth the cost. There is so much to do and it's packed with so many extras, that it would rate as an excellent CE with a bonus chapter. Highly recommend this game if you want something different and like puzzles.
Date published: 2019-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like no other game I've played! I rarely leave reviews and mine aren't all indepth, but when I find a game that just blows my socks off, I want to let people know that I think the game is amazing! This game is so different. All the mini games were ones I've never seen and a few were really hard for me to do. Being disabled and mostly homebound, I spend way too much time playing games so I'm quite experienced. NONE of the games were repeated and the HOS's were not that frequent. Once you have completed a game it is available in the bonus section to be played again. That part is wonderful! This is one game I'll leave a shortcut to on my desktop so I can go in and play all the games later. Most of them I really loved. I did not like having to shoot all of the Pterodactyls. It stressed me. That one I ended up skipping so I could save the girl. I bought this as the Daily Deal and I'm glad I did. It was much more of a deal than I expected! I am sure glad I took the chance. There are a few certain reviewers that I search for to see their opinion and they gave 5 * for this one too! If nothing else, try the demo. You have nothing to lose!
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from not the same old puzzles great fun, the puzzles made me think. I really liked this game and can't wait for more of the same. I play so many hop games that it really is refreshing to have the hops plus some different challenges.
Date published: 2019-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Game this is an all around great hidden object//puzzle game. innovative puzzles with decent directions for most games. not too much back and forth ant I love having a knife that stays with me. best game I have played in a while. when I went to buy it I found out I already ownwd it. hoorah. I would highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Variety of Puzzles! I do lots of HO puzzles and this is the best one for hidden objects as well as the puzzles in between. The hint button is useful the entire game, not just for HO scenes. The map works perfectly. The story line, with a nod to Von Daniken, makes sense.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plenty for your money This game had plenty of mini games. Plenty. They were somewhat different from what I'm used to and were enjoyable. Even after the game, which was long, there were a ton of bonus games. Well worth the money.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Real Gem This is an awesome game. The puzzles are so different and unique...they make the game! You MUST give it 5-10 minutes for the game to really kick into full gear. I can't wait to finish this game.
Date published: 2016-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good game I really enjoy play this game. Plenty of mini-games, all different. Very good lenght, good story. I highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A rare 5 stars from me...this one was fun! Invasion: Lost in Time SE Review based on completed game + extras PROLOGUE... Every so often a game comes along that offers CE extras at an SE price, and Invasion: Lost in Time is one of them. While there’s no bonus game, there is a huge menu of bonus games to play. ONCE UPON A TIME... While excavating an ancient Egyptian crypt, your friend Mike uncovers an anachronistic sarcophagus containing both a cellphone and the well-preserved body of a human being who looks like his identical twin. He calls on you to help him investigate. While exploring the tomb further, you discover a strange device which Mike believes to be a time machine. Suddenly, the entrance to the crypt collapses and you and Mike are trapped, leaving you no choice but to use the time machine as your means of escape. Chase the mystery through time and space from ancient Egypt to the Stone Age to the alien planets of Shukaras and Torion. Along your journey, you’ll learn the origins of the Egyptian pantheon and, hopefully, stop an invasion plot. PLAY THE GAME... This game is so full of a wide variety of HO scenes, puzzles, and mini-games in a range of difficulty levels that it’s impossible to be bored. HO scenes include interactive list, silhouette, lists behind locked panels, mega-lists, multiples by category, find and use in the scene, and some where you’re merely instructed to interact with the scene…no list or silhouettes. Most were fun because they felt more like you were actually looking for something. Mini-games and puzzles included some simple ones we’ve seen before, but not many. There are many original games. Here’s a sample: • Complex Match-3 - Among the symbols are seeds and caterpillars, and your goal is to form a flower and a butterfly as follows: …3 seeds=1sprout/3 sprouts=1 flower/3 flowers=goal …3 caterpillars=1 cocoon/3 cocoons=1 butterfly/3 butterflies=goal • On a grid of numbered squares, choose squares that add up to ten to remove them from the grid in order to find the hidden gems underneath. Plan so you don’t run out of low numbers. • Slide tokens to their matching pairs to clear the board. • Deduce the alien numbering system, then fill in the translation grid. • Swap the pieces among three columns depicting three aliens until the pictures are complete. Some pieces have more than one image. • Move through a grid gathering all the gems, avoiding the monster who moves exactly opposite from you. Also, make sure he doesn’t collect any gems. • With five stacks of numbered blocks, combine matching blocks to add them together into one block until you’re left with only one, which totals 2,048. You may only stack lower numbers on higher ones. • Find a path across the river by jumping on stones. Stones gradually reduce in size, so plan so that you don’t fall in the water. • Scorpions are moving toward you along a back-and-forth path. Shoot them all before they reach you (requires timing). • Arrange the paddles to bounce a ball against panels to light them (requires timing). • Given a pattern of colored boxes on a grid, and panels of colored boxes around the sides, slide boxes in from the sides to their matching colors to clear the grid. SIGHTSEEING... The graphics are lovely, with a stunning range of colors. NPCs are extremely realistic. Backgrounds are panoramic and close-ups are incredibly detailed. There’s not a lot of animation, and the lip movements aren’t too lifelike, but it’s a beautiful game nonetheless. SOUNDBOARD... I loved the music, even though I noticed a bit of repetition. There was a quite majestic motif that reminded me of the movie Labyrinth, a more lighthearted and upbeat theme, and lots of ambient soundscapes reminiscent of Myst. No voiceovers, but I didn’t miss them. Environmental sounds could have been better, in my opinion. TOOLBOX... Nothing fancy. The inventory panel remains open and there are plus items. The jump map shows where actions are available. There’s a journal, but it’s unnecessary. In casual mode, the hint button is available for use continuously (no recharge time). OH BOTHER! I encountered no technical difficulties on my iMac using OS 10.11.3. My only real complaints are (1) some of the mini-games needed reset buttons, and (2) the back button click area was too large as I constantly found myself clicking it accidentally. OOH! PIECE OF CANDY... An SE with extras! Replay the fabulous puzzles and mini-games, including 20 levels of the last one I described. Revisit the scenes of the game to find five circular sections clipped from each scene. Revisit them again as jigsaw puzzles. And there are performance achievements. EPILOGUE... Invasion: Lost in Time is almost a CE for an SE price and is, therefore, totally worth the money. It’s a fairly long game too, and so full of HO scenes, puzzles, and mini-games that you’ll be amazed. This one is all thriller, no filler. Now, I’m off to play the sequel, and I hope to see more from this dev. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2016-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A real bargain! This game has some of the best puzzles around and the story is fascinating. Game play is different from some other games and that might throw some people, but it's worth the effort to become comfortable with the game. But the best part comes after you finish the game! BE SURE to check out the bonus section! Jigsaw puzzles, mini games, a great game called "boxes", and something called find five. The bonus section just keeps on giving, and that's what makes this game a true bargain!
Date published: 2016-06-18
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