Gemini Lost

Developer: Glu Games Inc

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 43.5 MB - Download

Description:

A strange light leads your group to an ancient astrological site that suddenly transports you all to an unfamiliar world! You must take the lead and build a new community, while you search for a way back home. Gather necessary resources and food, build structures, conduct useful scientific research and increase your population by creating happy couples based on their astrological signs. Can you complete the tasks and puzzles needed to find the lost keys to the teleporter and get your people home safely?

• 12 zodiac artifacts to collect and use to restore your teleporter
• Over 20 puzzles that unlock new abilities, tools and challenges
• 3 mini games to play that unlock new tasks
• Over 50 trophies to earn

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by slicediamond

Very good! - Similar to other civilization building games, though on a smaller scale. There aren't any puzzles to speak of, just a couple that take next to no time to solve and constitute a fraction of a percentage of the overall gameplay. Can be a little slow at times when you're waiting for the people to gather points or products, but overall moves along at a good pace. The game is fairly simple and uses a pretty straightforward linear game progression. The only difficulty I had with the game was in navigating the characters - it's really the point of the game, but the weakest part of the interface. It's very difficult to select specific characters if they're next to or behind someone else, it can be difficult to grab someone while they're walking or running around, and there's no function (as far as I could find) for selecting more than one character at a time. There's also no function for any kind of population overview - you can only scroll through the inhabitants one by one. When I've got sixty people on the screen and I want to build a house, it gets really tiring to have to pick through them one by one to find the builders, then try to select them one by one, then drag them one by one across the screen. It's also difficult to figure out where you need to improve your characters if the only way to find out, for example, how many adult farmers you have, is to scroll through everyone on the screen and count them by hand. It also, I should point out, makes it a huge pain in the butt to try to marry people that way, which is a shame, because marrying the characters is awesome :) So, the character interface could be made much, much more efficient, and it also would be nice if the characters aged past adulthood so the player can tell when someone is elderly - there are children, teenagers, and adults, and past that the adults just pass away at some point. I kept accidentally marrying people and having one of them die two minutes later because there's no graphical difference between adults and elderly characters. Otherwise the game is a lot of fun and keeps you occupied for a long time, and unlike most other play-through games, I can actually see myself playing this game more than once. Well worth the download, and I'm looking forward to an update (and hopefully the continuation of the game's story line as well)!

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by kenleer

it does not work. - IT KEEPS ON FREEZING ON MY MACBOOK.

Found helpful by 1 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by slicediamond

Very good! - Similar to other civilization building games, though on a smaller scale. There aren't any puzzles to speak of, just a couple that take next to no time to solve and constitute a fraction of a percentage of the overall gameplay. Can be a little slow at times when you're waiting for the people to gather points or products, but overall moves along at a good pace. The game is fairly simple and uses a pretty straightforward linear game progression. The only difficulty I had with the game was in navigating the characters - it's really the point of the game, but the weakest part of the interface. It's very difficult to select specific characters if they're next to or behind someone else, it can be difficult to grab someone while they're walking or running around, and there's no function (as far as I could find) for selecting more than one character at a time. There's also no function for any kind of population overview - you can only scroll through the inhabitants one by one. When I've got sixty people on the screen and I want to build a house, it gets really tiring to have to pick through them one by one to find the builders, then try to select them one by one, then drag them one by one across the screen. It's also difficult to figure out where you need to improve your characters if the only way to find out, for example, how many adult farmers you have, is to scroll through everyone on the screen and count them by hand. It also, I should point out, makes it a huge pain in the butt to try to marry people that way, which is a shame, because marrying the characters is awesome :) So, the character interface could be made much, much more efficient, and it also would be nice if the characters aged past adulthood so the player can tell when someone is elderly - there are children, teenagers, and adults, and past that the adults just pass away at some point. I kept accidentally marrying people and having one of them die two minutes later because there's no graphical difference between adults and elderly characters. Otherwise the game is a lot of fun and keeps you occupied for a long time, and unlike most other play-through games, I can actually see myself playing this game more than once. Well worth the download, and I'm looking forward to an update (and hopefully the continuation of the game's story line as well)!

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
5/5
Version 1.0
Review by xofoodloverxo

what a fun simulation game - wow, wasn't sure what to expect when i got this game, but i loved it! addicting, super cute, and really cool storyline

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
4/5
Version 1.0
Review by ModernFamily

Fun game app! - It's a good buy! Gemini Lost is pleasant, you get to marry villagers and build things for your civilization. You get to name the villagers and their kids. The game also has a handy option that lets you run the game even when your away (so while your doing something else villagers will be gathering resources and gaining points) and the whole thing has multiple plays in it.

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