Journey - The Heart of Gaia
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Journey - The Heart of Gaia 

Journey - The Heart of Gaia Deluxe is a fantastic hidden object game with many adventurous elements! The heart of the Earth is very sick. If you don't do anything, it will die and you'll never be able to go home again. Travel through a fantastically designed Underworld while searching for a cure. Save the Earth in Journey - The Heart of Gaia Deluxe now!

  • save the Earth in this adventurous hidden object game
  • enjoy gorgeous scenes while searching for a cure
  • encounter interesting characters who can prove to be helpful
  • find ways to solve tricky puzzles
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Reviews of Journey - The Heart of Gaia
 | Added on: January 24, 2016
 
I totally loved this game. I especially liked that you have friends as helpers. The game has a map which is great. It also has a variety of different kinds of games unlike the usual ones in other games. The only draw back is the game is not near long enough. I took just over 6 hrs. to finish.
 | Added on: April 8, 2015
 
The main thing is I do not like the comic book look at all.The story and voice acting were good,plus appreciate the option to skip puzzles,but I just wasn't captivated by this game at all.
 | Added on: October 22, 2013
 
I found this game to be challenging and very entertaining. The graphics were clear and vivid and easy to find items. There were a lot of "new" mini games which was great! I would love to see more games like this one.
 | Added on: October 14, 2013
 
Loved this game. Just the right length. Beautiful artwork. Hint button is a big help as well as the skip button
 | Added on: October 9, 2013
 
Nice graphics, no bugs that I noticed, GREAT map to show locations which have tasks to be completed. No HO scenes (thank goodness), and the mini-puzzles are just challenging enough that you don't need to skip them. I played the Hard version but still never had to wait for the hint button to recharge. This game is very long, about 6 hours to complete.
 | Added on: November 26, 2013
 
Great game for HO puzzlers. Some things were easy but some not. Way longer than I thought it would be, which amazed me. Good for older kids...of all kinds
 | Added on: October 17, 2013
 
When I was playing the free trial for this game, I was greatly disappointed in the graphics -- too comic-style and simple. But within 3 minutes, I was hooked. Bought the whole thing outright without any sale giving discount. The game is engrossing, interesting and frustrating sometimes. But at least for the casual setting, the hints recharge very quickly. Good story, engaging characters, Very much replayable. Good for kids as well... pretty much "G" rated all the way through.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
My first response to seeing this game in action was "oh geesh, I hate cartoons". But I found it to be engaging. It was also extremely easy. The map was great to keep you on track. All you had to do was look at the map to see where you should be working to solve a problem or puzzle. Some of the puzzles kept me very challenged while most of them were way too easy. I didn't really pay attention to the story line, nor did that matter. It's cute. It was somewhat challenging and I played it free with FunPass. So all in all it was worth the time spent.
 | Added on: October 10, 2013
 
Beautiful graphics and a good story. It has a great map where you can click on a place and go there right away instead of having to backtrack. Puzzles range from easy to hard. A great gaming experience. This is how adventure games should be. Kudos to Frogwares for a great game and thank you to GH.
 | Added on: October 9, 2013
 
While some of the puzzles were very challenging; most were common sense. It was fun.
 | Added on: October 11, 2013
 
First your taken back by the beautiful scenery, and the vivid colors which draws you in instantly. I couldn't wait to start exploring. This game took me by surprise this is what all adventure games should be. There are so many levels of game play. Just when you think there is nowhere else to go some new door or passage opens up to you. The puzzles are fantastic they make you think. Not to easy not to hard. I would not be surprised if this game didn't take game of the year. If you have to use the hint button there is no time to wait for refill it's always there for you. there's a journal to keep track of important info, and a map that lets you know locations where there are things to be done. You can click on the spot and it will take you right there. I had no issues with this game at all. If anything I would have to say at the very end I would of liked to see a more indepth ending. overall I'd say this game is a winner. It took me just over 12 hours to finish this game.
 | Added on: October 7, 2013
 
Beautiful animation. I played the easy version so it would be nice and relaxing, and it was. Hints were continuous (no waiting). Locations were marked "complete" when all tasks were done. There weren't too many portals at one time but you always had your map to let you know where there were tasks to complete. And the best part was that you were able to jump from one location to another. Mini games were unusual, some difficult, some easy but you always had the option to skip without waiting for long periods of time. On the whole, a definite reco from me. Hope you enjoy!
 | Added on: October 6, 2013
 
This game is very involved, beautiful, and entertaining. I enjoyed playing this game. The art work is incredible, it draws you into a fantasy world where you are the last priestess and you have to save Gaia. You have been kidnapped and wake up in a mushroom jungle where you begin your adventure, and what an adventure! It's a journey into a fantasy world where you meet 3 other characters and rescue them to help you defeat the evil that has taken over Gaia. It is an interesting and very involved story line and the game play is logical. The mini puzzles are fun and some are hard, but if you play the casual, the hints charge quickly and the puzzles can be skipped without waiting long. I had a few issues with not understanding how the puzzle was supposed to be played and skipped a few because of it. There are a lot of varieties so you won't be bored. Your friends have special powers to help you in the game, and they are a big help. The game is linear and follows the story so even though you can't deviate much from the script, it is a fun and very challenging game. The ending was rather abrupt, so just know when you are finished, you've defeated evil and saved Gaia! I wish there was a cutscene for the ending to know that you've succeeded and everything was restored to normal... Oh, and when you click for closeups check the background for items you need, also look for sparkles to use your robot friend's eye powers to find items too. Hope you enjoy this game as much as I did. It's very well written and is a gorgeous game.
 | Added on: October 25, 2013
 
As other reviewers have stated, there is a lot to like in this game. The drawings and colors are beautiful, and the graphics are excellent. The story line pulls you along and allows you to become very engrossed in the game, There is a map to not only tell you where you have items left to complete, but also takes you there without having to backtrack through several scenes. The music is lovely, and the voice overs are well done. The puzzles are many and varied and range from easy to moderately difficult. They can be skipped if you wish. All the way through this is a first-class adventure game UNTIL you get to the ending. I actually did a double-take, I thought I had done something wrong. The evil Zoth says "...this is your last warning. If you do not stop I will kill your friends." And right at that point, the game ends. Say what? I was so convinced something went wrong that I actually replayed the game in the easy version. This version, by the way, really isn't much different; a few more hints in the puzzles and a bit more dialogue telling you what you need to do at a certain point, but otherwise, no differences. But when I finished the easy version, lo and behold, it had the same ending. I really couldn't believe that the developers would put so much into a fine game and then cut off the ending in such a manner. It was such a let-down that I gave the game a 4 instead of a 5 rating, but I would have given a 4,5 if there was such a thing. That super abrupt ending kind of ruined 6 hours of game play. Certainly worth buying, but be prepared to be disappointed with the ending.
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