Lost Fortunes
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Lost Fortunes 

Note: This game is not compatible with Windows 10. More info.
Save your soul from a gypsy curse by solving a series of perplexing puzzles in Lost Fortunes. You wake up in a strange amusement park. You can't remember who you are or how you got here. You enter a fortune teller's tent, hoping to learn the answers to your questions. What you find, however, sends you on a puzzle-filled quest against dark forces. Solve a huge variety of unique challenges including riddles, trivia, memory matches, picture puzzles and more. Only by completing the evil fortune teller's brain-teasing tests will you be able to free the souls she has already enslaved and win back your identity and your freedom. An amazing adventure that's full of fun, Lost Fortunes features incredible full-screen graphics, a mysterious storyline, and startling surprises at every turn. Check out this original game with the free demo, or play the full unlimited version and discover your Lost Fortunes today.

  • A huge variety of puzzles including riddles, hidden objects, and more
  • Engrossing storyline featuring mysterious characters
  • Fun mini-games with interactive rewards
  • Marvelous full-screen graphics
  • Choose your own path to follow
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Reviews of Lost Fortunes
 | Added on: July 7, 2009
Lots and lots of different puzzles. In the beginning they are easy but do get harder as you progress. Several games are timed which makes it more challenging. Although the puzzles were fun and challenging, the game it's self was annoying. Every time you completed a puzzle correctly you got this irritating music, confetti and crystal ball come up. You cannot click thru it. And although it only last about 10 seconds, after a while it just started to grate on me. Besides that, I really enjoyed the game. However the game is fairly short. Some puzzles the kids can do, but quite a few will be over-their-heads. Fortunately you can pay to play games where you can win extended time and clues. 3 stars for the annoyance and length of the game.
 | Added on: July 7, 2009
As an adult, I found this game too easy and very slow going between games. The mini-games become repetitive and very boring. Teenager in the house played thru four levels and gave it a two-thumbs down. Already deleted.
 | Added on: July 7, 2009
When I demoed the game I couldn't wait for it to come out. This game has a mix of various puzzles. It can be difficult at times but hints and time extensions are easily earned by playing guess the object and hidden object mini games. Storyline is okay but I mainly played it because the puzzles were fun. Definitely would recommend this game to anyone.
 | Added on: August 16, 2011
This game is typically atmospheric in a bad 'b' movie type of way. By that I mean music, 'sad' closed carnival and rain effect, to try and build up the atmosphere. The puzzles are mix of traditional 'match' to more unusual ones such as guess the animal to their particular 'pack' e.g. Lion - Pride etc, and guess the flags. Some of the puzzles, such as the later match 3 and the spot the difference were tough. It was a good game (not exactly PC correct in modern terms (fat lady, bearded lady etc), but good fun whilst it lasted. It took me around 5 hours to finish the game, and whilst they may not be any incentive for replay value it was good whilst it lasted.
 | Added on: March 11, 2012
This would've been a good game, as it has a nice variety of things to do like putting coins on cards that match catagories, and hidden object. The problem is They indead ruined this game by forcing you to play with a timer that gives you very limited and not enough time to complete the levels, any of them. No time to actually think. The hidden object scene at a very beginning like level some objects were hard to find, witch may be OK if you actually had more than a minute or 2 to do it.
 | Added on: July 7, 2009
This game is scary. I don't like playing with ouiji like gameboards and tarot cards. Everytime I made a match, the witch said curse you. It is too evil for me to play. Not really amusing.
 | Added on: February 17, 2010
Lost fortunes is composed by many mini-games that I found really nice and someone also not so easy. I rated with 3 stars because the seven level are similar and you get bored doing the same games and also because design and graphic is not so good. Play it but don't buy it...
 | Added on: March 9, 2012
I liked this game because it was quite challenging and made me want to do Perfect on each level. It was clever to me and the only reason it didn't get a 5 star rating is because you have to sit through the celebration.
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