Nat Geo Games - Lost City of Z
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  • Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Nat Geo Games - Lost City of Z 

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Witness the wonders of the Amazon in National Geographic Adventure - Lost City of Z Deluxe, and uncover a trail of missing explorers in this amazing hidden object journey! Take pictures of astounding creatures, solve unique puzzles, log your adventure for prosperity and bring your sister back safely!

  • Explore the beautiful Amazonian rainforest and uncover a mystery
  • Follow the trail of your missing sister and other explorers
  • Solve unique puzzles and decipher mysterious messages
  • Take pictures of astounding creatures and save them to your desktop
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Reviews of Nat Geo Games - Lost City of Z
 | Added on: June 3, 2010
 
good value. stumped at the ant haven't found the little critter yet been trying about 1-1/2 hours.
 | Added on: June 1, 2010
 
The game had great graphics. The game play was on the easy side which I liked. The storyline was unique. A good relaxing game.
 | Added on: September 25, 2009
 
This game has some beautiful artwork and some neat ideas. Some of the objects to find include animals that you take a photo of. Unfortunately, the problems of this game quickly overshadow its good points. Though the scenes are lovely, there are just a few that you see over and over again, maybe 15 or so? It's way too few for the storyline. And the storyline keeps stretching to acknowledge and deal with that fact - a little unbelievably, I'm afraid. Also, you often have to find things in the dark, using flashlights or night-vision goggles. That OK a time or two, but after six or eight times, it gets old.
 | Added on: April 8, 2010
 
Very nice graphics and interesting storyline. Puzzles different than usual, but not hard. Liked the "hidden, layered" search for some objects, and the movement from one screen into another through a puzzle. Unlike some other comments, I found the hint system easy to use. The movement back to some screens was logical for the storyline, and involved different objects.
 | Added on: November 30, 2009
 
This was a hidden object game of the usual sort. It was linked together by a story but although the graphics were goog it was quite repetitive. There were some different features such as taking pictures as part of the things to find, and using torches to see in the dark. It was an OK game
 | Added on: April 9, 2010
 
Nice graphics, especially when you photograph an animal and it goes off the page. Yes, the objects can be hard to find, but that's part of the challenge. The more you play this kind of game, the better you get at it. I like it! The only problem with this one is that if you don't find an object, you can get stuck on that screen till you do...no way out.
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
 
Few of the things were very easy to find. Most near impossible in my opinion. I also agree with the person who mentioned the hint feature. Also way too much chit chat at the beginning having to open/close the journal (diary) . Cut this game off already. Boring, boring, boring.
 | Added on: December 10, 2009
 
Why have the hint button if you use it and still cannot find the objects? Went as far as the helicopter crash and said screw this! Scenery was great, animation was great and storyline was easy to follow. Many of the objects were so small it was hard to find them. I did use the telephoto lens of the camera as a manifier and still could not find objects. I enjoy the challenge but this game just made me mad.
 | Added on: May 24, 2010
 
Great graphics is the best things to say about the game. sometimes there are two ofthe same object and if you click on the wrong one, it is not removed and if you click on it 2-3 times, a message pops up saying clicking on it won't help (as stated by previous reviewer) My biggest pet peeve and why I stopped playing this game is the environmental propaganda - pictures of garbage / dump in the amazon. While this may be an issue, placing propaganda of any ort in a game is not acceptable (at least to me) otherwise I would have at least played it through at least once.
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
 
Only criticisms are after 3 clicks you get the button for stop searching - that is way too short it should be 6 clicks as most games are and you have to click on an object in a certain spot not just on the object in general.
 | Added on: September 25, 2009
 
So, fter the first National Geogr. adventure game we are arrived to the second one. The graphic seems improved as well as all the challenge, pace and thought mode. Above all, this game is really original in its way to interact with the user; it just seems as you were an explorer sent by NB to discover something important for all human beings. My congratulations and see you to the next version.
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