Call of Atlantis
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  • Windows 98 / Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows ME / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Call of Atlantis 

Restore Atlantis to its former glory in Call of Atlantis, an original puzzle game. In this spectacular mix of match-three, hidden object, and adventure games, it's up to you to track down the seven crystals of power and save the legendary continent. Journey through Rome, Greece, Troy, Phoenicia, Babylon, Egypt and Carthage on your quest to remove Poseidon's spells and return Atlantis to peace and prosperity. Featuring unique gameplay, gorgeous graphics, and fun for the whole family, Call of Atlantis is a stirring adventure for puzzle players everywhere. Heed the Call of Atlantis today!

  • Match-Three, Hidden Object, and Adventure Gameplay
  • Over 65 Captivating Levels
  • Gorgeous Full Screen Graphics
  • Free Bonus Screensaver
  • Perfect for the Whole Family
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Reviews of Call of Atlantis
 | Added on: November 12, 2015
 
Call of Atlantis has been one of my favorite games for years now. It gets pretty hard toward the end, especially when you have multiple pieces stuck on the rocks. That's when power-ups become a must-have.
 | Added on: October 26, 2012
 
Call of Atlantis together with The rise of Atlantis and Atlantis quest is one of the best games I have ever played. If you begin to play with it, you will not stop so easily. I recommend it to all people who likes historical games.
 | Added on: January 20, 2012
 
Haven't been able to finish the last part of the game. I keep having to go back to the beginning in Carthage. I really like it except for the frustration.
 | Added on: September 9, 2010
 
relaxing but with enough challenge to keep you on your toes. Delightful graphics.Not as frustrating as some match 3 GAMES can be when one is stuck at an advanced level for weeks !!
 | Added on: August 22, 2012
 
I can see no way to get past level 4 in Carthage as the document piece is on the wall in between 2 blocks. ARGH!! Any and all input would be appreciated. There is NO WAY to finish it...... :(
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
 
Another demo hour that flew by! This is a very nice match 3 game - pretty graphics, Roman theme with facts about ancient Rome & Greece, the gods & goddesses factor into everything you do. My only complaint is that I wish the match 3 screens were a little larger. They are adequate - but would have been nice larger. This is another game that alternates fragmented hidden object scenes with match 3 play. This is more standard match 3 - most of the time you have fragmented pieces of objects hidden in your match 3 screen and must free them by moving them to the bottom of the screen. There are various bonuses that you can use to help you (such as Zeus' lightning bolt to zap all matching pieces of one type from the puzzle screen). The fragmented object scenes, while I usually don't care much for them, were not bad at all in this game. Most of the pieces you are looking for are hidden but not to the point of frustration. I think this is a nice, solid, easy on the eyes match 3 game with a great theme & was fun to play.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
This game, in which you find adventure, match 3 and hidden objects, is very challenging right to the start:: you have to help Atlantis raise from the ocean in which Poseidon sent Atlantis many years ago and to have success in that game, you have to collect all the objects in every stage and in the final stage you have to restore the place in which they have to return, acquiring one to one the seven crystals of powers that returning to Poseidon's Altar in the deeps of the ocean, will help Atlantinians to rise again. But you have to use wisely all the bonuses you will find during your stages into seven ancient civilisations, and only with their wise use you will win your battle against Poseidon. I recommend it to all people and particularly to children and kids: it's very importamt today to know all the ancient civilisations from which our world descends. Very useful and with a good replay.
 | Added on: September 3, 2012
 
I'm not the biggest fan of Match 3 games. I usually get bored or frustrated long before I reach the end. But not so with this game. The graphics are stunning with rich colors and scenes, and as you progress you get to learn about the city and culture you are currently visiting. For me, that's a big bonus. Occasionally, after finishing a location, you also have a HOG thrown in. But of course the match 3 puzzles are the big attraction. They start out quite easy, but they don't end up that way. I really had to work at the higher levels. Another added bonus are the screen savers that are offered. I've had one on my computer for over a year, and I'm still not tired of it. This is definitely one of the best match 3 games I have ever played.
 | Added on: August 13, 2012
 
Very nice addition to the series. Artwork beautiful nice blend of Match 3,HO and puzzle games. Kid friendly and ecucational as you learn about the ancient cities. Replay value good as you can either replay the first level or continue to the next with each level getting progressively harder. The screensavers nice touch. Definately a strategy type game when you start to advance in levels. Try and get all the tools you can.
 | Added on: September 16, 2011
 
This game has great graphics, ok music and is just fun to play. It would be a great game for the whole family. While it is a match three of more in a roll game it has some special and different tricks in it. It would make a great replay time and time again.
 | Added on: September 15, 2011
 
A very nice combination of match three and hidden objects. Very nice graphics and nice music.
 | Added on: July 22, 2009
 
This game is just nice to play if you like match 3 with a little hidden object inbetween. Not difficult for either.
 | Added on: September 7, 2010
 
Call of Atlantis is another great game from Playrix in the match-3 genre. Beautiful scenery, detailed animation, and an original story make this stand out from others. Poseidon's not happy with the people of Atlantis, so he hid a number of large gems (shown in the title picture) and only a brave and intelligent warrior (that being you) can solve the puzzles to return the gems to their rightful place and restore Atlantis. Each gem represents a city in ancient Greece and by travelling to each city, solving match-3 puzzles along the way, you learn tidbits of information about the city and people. With each game you solve, you get an item that belongs in a special room in the city. Once you collect 8-12 items you are taken to the special room and must return each item to its proper place. It's a logic puzzle but not too difficult. For instance, a marble tile will go on the floor tile that is missing a spot. Any art majors will know the apple goes in the hand of the statue of Aphrodite and so on. You'll get the gem but it is frequently broken into pieces and scattered throughout the room. By picking up each individual piece you will put the gem back together and restore the gem to it's proper place in the gem wheel under the sea. The most challenging aspect of this game, especially for match-3 beginners like me, are the match-3 puzzles. They start out easy but get progressively difficult. The goal is to drop 4-5 pieces of an item placed randomly to the bottom of the board where they can be claimed. As you progress, you'll run into objects like walls which must be avoided, frozen pieces that can be melted only by using them in a match-3 combination and so on. To assist you, you can get special items (again by solving them to the bottom) such as bombs which explode a big square of items, a "Zeus lightning" which eliminates all of the occurences of a single item, hourglasses to add time and so on. The most dramatic effect is your personal medallion resembling the color wheel. It charges with every match-4 you solve. Once fully charged you can use it to destroy a large number of random pieces on the board. My only gripe is it gets too tough after about halfway through. Again, I'm a beginner and not very good at match-3 games. I wish there was an option to play in relaxed mode instead of racing a timer. If I wasn't racing the clock (and losing my limited number of lives in the process) I would have purchased this game in a heartbeat. Intermediate players should have no problem with this game, though, and pros should complete it easily. All in all, a beautiful and fun game to play and that's coming from a guy who doesn't like match-3 games. Recommended.
 | Added on: May 24, 2010
 
A great game, disappointing only in that once completed, all subsequent games are identical only with more black clouds to work around. It would have been better to have new puzzles or different obstructions. Its a shame as it spoils the overall game.
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