Amazing Adventures the Forgotten Dynasty
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 52.6 MB - Download
Rumors of a forgotten Chinese dynasty surfaced when ancient tiles appeared on the black market. Under the direction of the Museum you must travel across China in search of further clues. Can you uncover the secret of The Forgotten Dynasty?
Travel to 25 exotic locations as you search for more than 2,200 hidden objects. Complete more than 100 levels and find the hidden Yin and Yang symbols to unlock 2 bonus game modes. Plus, play 9 unique mini-game puzzles and collect fascinating facts in your adventure journal.
* Explore 25 exotic locations throughout China
* Find more than 2,200 hidden objects in more than 100 levels
* Play 9 unique mini-game puzzles including Spot-the-Differences
* Enjoy 3 game modes: Uncover the Forgotten Dynasty, Unlimited Seek & Find and Match-3 Bonus
Most Helpful Reviews
Amazing - Highly entertaining. Really gorgeous. Fascinating scenes and items. Have played around 10 scenes. Here's a tip - if you want the bonus levels remember to find the yin and yang symbols first. The game level shows complete without them, but you need them at the end for bonus features. Why is it so entertaining? The scenes stand on their own as art. They draw you into an interesting foreign land. There is a realism in the execution, yet still fanciful - nice music background. Relaxed pace. I'm not reallly a fan of these games generally, but liked Peggle Nights and Pop Cap so jumped on this one. Price is discounted significantly from what's available on their site. That's nice. All around enjoyable. Simple enough not to get stumped or stuck, challenging enough to remain fascinating. For example, clue says "likes peanuts" and I'm looking for a squirrel - when I see the elephant. Clue says "white hat" and I'm thinking baseball cap - turns out to be the inverted cone type oriental style. Actually is the ambiance, the relaxed beauty and allure of the feeling of being in these places. You need to shift your focus to find some of the items as if you could peer more deeply - the scenes have a feeling of depth. Went out for errands and found myself viewing the world differently. Excercises the mind, sharpens perception. Nice.
Poor story - repetetive. - So… Go take a look at the promo screenshot of "Escape - The Emerald Star." Look familiar? This is a company rehasing the same old screen shots into another game and charging you for it. This game is incredibly repetive -with the same scenes being reused over and over within the game. Pictures are decent but there is no story to it and it's a hunt-and-peck game ("puzzles" aren't really puzzles in the true sense, just a re-do of extremely simple puzzles throughout the game. Good for 8 - 12 year olds.
More Reviews for Current Version
a lot of entertainment for the money - Beautiful scenes and clever scenarios bridge the different sites with a variety of puzzles that have to be solved to gain entry to the next level. It makes it hard to stop playing, and there is a lot of game play to keep me busy for hours. I think this would be a good and enjoyable game for building attention-to-detail skills for kids as well as adults.
Very Repetive - This game is kind of lame. The graphics are nice, but the game play is very repetitive. You are basically just picking things out of a picture half the time. The other half, you are doing one of seven puzzles. There are 25 basic screens for the "find 10 object" half of the game, and each one is repeated about 5 times. Ditto for the seven puzzles. There are a few extra puzzles at the end, but I had to endure several hours of repetitive puzzle work to get there.
Amazing Adventures the Forgotten Dynasty - This is a lot like what you would have found in the Highlight's magazine for kids, find the hidden picture. Although the artwork is a lot different, the basic element is the same. The "puzzles" aren't too difficult either. Overall, it's okay but I think it's a little overpriced.
Very enjoyable and works your mind - I like the game play and the way it is set up. The graphics are very good and there is a challenge to it. The background music is also relaxing. I recommend it and it's not really that much money for a game of this caliber.
The Journey is the Reward - Not too hard for children. Not too easy for adults. 125 hidden picture puzzles using 25 scenes. Each puzzle requires finding 10 or more objects: some by name, some by description. Occassionally you have to complete object by finding and putting together pieces. Between each hidden object puzzle is one of nine other types of puzzles leading to the next main puzzle. There is not much replay value but do a few puzzles at a time and the game lasts long enough to be well worth its price. Turn off the timer and the game is relaxing and good eye training.