Hidden-objects game. You are playing as a well-looking girl named Susan. This time, Susan travels to five different regions around the world in search of archaeological treasures. It is a well-integrated inventory puzzles, polished production values and a good hint system all add to the pleasures of this untimed game. At the beginning of the game, you have got a Find List, which includes straight Find objects, which are in tan, and objects that require an inventory task, which are in blue. So to find out some archeological treasures you should be attentive to the details.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The atmosphere is a well done for such types of game. The artwork is just about perfect for a hidden object game. Objects are in proportion and generally relate to the scene they.re in. There are a few dark spaces, but since one of the tools is an Object Finder, most players should be able to find everything eventually once they learn how to use it. Music and sound effects are excellent. The cut scenes are a little blurry, and the characterization of Susan is very odd. One of the frustrating moments of the game is that there are no mini-games in the game. The game includes more that 30 levels with only 5 regions. It is one of the greatest games with the combination of excellent graphics, well-balanced hidden object and inventory tasks, and meaningful challenges.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Stunning Graphics
· Over 30 Levels
· 5 Different Regions
· Excellent Sound Effects
· Relatively short length
OS: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista Memory: 128 MB CPU: P800