The game presents stunning visuals and effects, especially during the intro – watching the lively hallway burning into rust prior to the game starting really gave me shivers. The effects are nicely made for interactions you made using the mouse, or to simply make the scene look more alive. It was a near cinematic experience, seeing the cut-scenes too.
The graphics are also similar to Lost Lands: A Hidden Object but with the addition of more puzzles, and a progressive game play. The more puzzles you solve, the more story and map content you unlock. There’s I Spy, connect the dots and more, all with varying difficulties – but still remains friendly to new players. There’s also Easter eggs for you to collect in addition to completing the game.
Developer: Alawar Entertainment
Publisher: Alawar Entertainment
Release Date: 15 Jun, 2011
Genre: Casual, Adventure, Hidden Object, Point Click
- OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
- Processor: 1600 MHZ
- Memory: 1024 MB RAM
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 600 MB available space