Eipix Entertainment proudly presents another thrilling chapter in the Hidden Expedition series! While on an expedition to Honduras to locate an ancient artifact, your team is ambushed. You escape only to find yourself accused of being a double agent. Now, you must evade H.E.L.P. agents and find a way to clear your name, all while searching for the real culprit. Can you uncover the truth and clear your name? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
Graphics are good and enjoy learning something while I play. Three-dimensional puzzle. Play Sam and find yourself back in the Honduran rain forest. Strategize the proper sequence of moves to get each one into its proper location. Love the series, I have everyone of them. Well worth the money, and the bonus chapter has you go back and pick up some of what you missed during the main game no hints! Included are two of my favorite types of HOP scenes — cryptic clues and rebus scenes. One of the few things that keep the game going for us is the stunning visuals. Somewhat difficult C. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Amazon Jungle Who doesn't like a good story beginning in the Amazon jungle? They are thematic in design and there is a nice variety of them. I have never been disappointed with Hidden Expedition and find the storylines always full of adventure, taking me around the globe to new danger in beautiful, new locations. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorijb from Loveed it Another great game, I have never been disappointed with any Hidden Expedition games.
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They are always interesting and entertaining and I learn new things from Aquapolis game. A excellent story too boot. I have never been disappointed with Hidden Expedition and find the storylines always full of adventure, taking me around Autumn in France globe to new danger in beautiful, Magic Seeds locations. You can replay sixteen 16 puzzles and fourteen 14 HOP scenes. The graphics of the Honduran rain forest are breathtakingly beautiful! Somewhat difficult C. This was an exception since there was a special deal. Some games are so long I am tired of them at the end and do not want to play the extra chapter. Rotate mirrors so that the angles Lkes the beams of light connect like-colored tokens. Nevertheless, this game demonstrates master craftmanship in gaming. Connection puzzle. There is not too much hand-holding and even the HOP's that have you "find the words" to progress the plot are done in a way that is totally believable to the Hidsen of Farm Frenzy: Ancient Rome storyline. Strategize the proper sequence of moves to get each one into its proper location. I'm not expecting a blockbuster movie series.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorijb from Loveed it Another great game, I have never been disappointed with any Hidden Expedition games. For me, this game is a matter of quality over quantity. This was an exception since there was a special deal. Since I knew that I waited until it was on sale. Logic problem. It has some new ways to play hidden objects. The graphics are a beautiful rendition of the Amazon jungle. The adventure part is the same-old cookie-cutter type, the puzzles are overly simple and uninspired, and the hidden object scenes are low on challenge, although they might be the most enjoyable aspect f the gameplay Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies clocks in just before the four-hour mark, and the bonus chapter adds another 40 minutes of playtime. As in the main game, you are ambushed by the same evildoers. My favorite part is that Sam is back! Physics puzzle. This one provides a fantastic story which begins at an archeology site in the notorious rain forest and the graphics are absolutely gorgeous.
There are only three 3 HOP scenes — two are short lists of items and one is a matching scene. The hieroglyph must knock out all god statues in its path. On a chessboard-like grid, place ravens so that each row and column contain the number of ravens as indicated at the top and sides of the Mahjong Match. You can replay sixteen 16 puzzles and Scepter of Ra 14 HOP scenes. And this game gave me what I was looking for. Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies is a middle-of-the-road addition to this hit-or-miss series. But I have to say I don't mind short. Collect thirty-six 36 Mayan hieroglyphs and twelve 12 morphing objects Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist the HOP scenes. Somewhat difficult C. Different voice though I wonder if the previous voice actor left the company or something.
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A great addition to the series. Included are two of my favorite types of HOP scenes — cryptic clues and rebus scenes. It was a delightful way to spend a quiet evening. You cannot retrace your steps. My only complaint is the lack of sufficient instruction on solving some of the more difficult puzzles. There is always something new to look at in each scene and the subtle, yet effective special effects help bring these scenes to life. Logic problem. A excellent story too boot. Some games are so long I am tired of them at the end and do not want to play the extra chapter. We need a Great story to have a 5 star game, right? Physics puzzle. Somewhat difficult C. As of now, the game is plagued with predictable HOPA elements. The puzzles are all terrific with a nice challenge.