Hidden Expedition: The Lost Paradise

Eipix Entertainment, creators of Amaranthine Voyage and Sea of Lies, invite you on a new Hidden Expedition adventure! Your memories are fuzzy after waking up on a sunny beach. Gather your thoughts and retrace your steps through tropical Costa Rica to remember how you ended up there. A rich man claims a new source of energy is linked to a dead civilization, said to be hidden under the sea. Is it lost forever, or will you be the one to unlock its secrets? Find out in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure.

Go to the Cigar Room W. I'll admit that I went into this not trusting one and the other, but went to a "should I trust? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from find "the lost paradise" custom level and map. Answer the phone G. Date published: Go to the Archive. The graphics were fine and the sound. I can't put my finger on it, but it was different than the others. A good game that was better than I was expecting Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CourageAngel from Is the Lost Paradise really a paradise? Return to the Factory. In the lists, there were several items listed I had no idea what they were. I enjoyed playing it. Go to the Sky Parlor. Go to the Factory S. Pan right.

A good game that was better than I was expecting Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CourageAngel from Is the Lost Paradise really a paradise? Go to the Backroom. Use the Map to fast travel to a location. Enjoy the sun and waves and warm character of Costa Rica. It was always interesting for me. Slide left. Return to the Street. But was happy I could do them. Pan left. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nextgengranny from Actual Rating: 4. Don't know if you set it on a more difficult setting if it would work for puzzle masters.

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Go to the Living Room S. Enter the Factory X. Hidden-object puzzles are referred Ballad of Solar as HOPs. Chapter 2: Ship Take the Fact Card 4. In the Losf, there were several items listed I had no Expediiton: what they were. I chose custom so I could set the hint and skip to the fastest time. I enjoyed playing it. A good game that was better than I was expecting Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CourageAngel from Is the Lost Paradise really a paradise? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jessphial from Great game I love Paradse story and graphic. Set the three clocks as shown E. Place the stool B here C. Solution F. It a very colorful and beautiful game more so later on. Walk down and then go to the Docks. I first saw the Toucan bird and marveled at the colors.

Take the lighter W and use it on the burner X. The story had me from the beginning and kept me enticed all the way through. I Loved it. As always, play the demo and make your own decision, but as for me, this series hasn't yet lost all of it luster. The characters are believable and varied. It a very colorful and beautiful game more so later on. Return to the Archive. As a fan of this series, I have to admit that this is a great addition! Use the Map to fast travel to a location. Place the hands over the nail W. The game builds to a resounding finish! I tried and like and finished most puzzles and I can't do hard ones.

Hidden objects were varied from the list to silhouettes, my least favorite, and this kept my interest. Take the Fact Card 6. Use the Map to fast travel to a location. Once there it became more interesting. The graphics Aveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist fine and the sound. If you click too much in the hops a round stone sphere will come at you and shatter your screen. I Loved the storyline. I enjoyed playing it. Go to the Cigar Room. Solution U. Return to the Street.


I am so tired of that genre, I could scream. Hidden-object puzzles are referred to as HOPs. Go to the Archive. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Beautiful graphics, easy puzzles, OK story This isn't one of the best in the series, but it is a decent length game, movie-like cut scenes, and beautiful graphics taking place in Cuba and Costa Rica. I went into this game nearly blind on what to expect after what was available in the demo. Set the dials as shown P-Q. Solution U. Solved puzzle E. The cut scenes are lovely, especially when you went to find the Lost Paradise and traveled underwater. Go to the Backroom. Collectible fact cards, which are the schtick for this series, are disappointingly boring and unoriginal. The interactive map was a big help. I have all the Hidden Expeditions games and although this one doesn't quite live up the others, it is a very good game.

8 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: The Lost Paradise

  1. The interactive map was a big help. Go to the Sky Parlor. As always, the mini games were my downfall.

  2. The fact cards, a regular of this series, were interesting. Return to the Factory. Place the DIAL for a puzzle.

  3. As always, play the demo and make your own decision, but as for me, this series hasn't yet lost all of it luster. Select the awning twice D. If you click too much in the hops a round stone sphere will come at you and shatter your screen.

  4. I now want to buy the CE for the extras. Go to the Yard R. If you click too much in the hops a round stone sphere will come at you and shatter your screen.

  5. I guess that the "moral" of the game is that even if you have good intentions, that doesn't mean that you should. Talk to the bartender V. Enter the Archive G. Solution Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Beautiful graphics, easy puzzles, OK story This isn't one of the best in the series, but it is a decent length game, movie-like cut scenes, and beautiful graphics taking place in Cuba and Costa Rica.

  6. Solution one D. I have all the Hidden Expeditions games and although this one doesn't quite live up the others, it is a very good game. I chose custom so I could set the hint and skip to the fastest time.

  7. I like the fact it's not science fiction or fantasy game. Slide left. Use the Map to fast travel to a location.

  8. Chapter 2: Ship Take the Fact Card 4. The game opens with a flashback to when the young of the "tribe" young adults to children in age were sent away while the older generation stayed behind. All I'll say is it had continuity and made sense. Walk down and then go to the Docks. Guess I needed to live back in that time to know.

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