Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis 

Grab the reins to adventure in Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis, an all-new globetrotting relic hunt featuring the intrepid archeologist!

Sam is on a new search looking for the descendants of the famed lost city. Legend tells that they spread out around the globe, each one holding a special key that, when brought together, can tune into the Senses and unite the tribal elders with the spirit world. She's not alone in her efforts, however, because the evil Markus Payne has hatched a new scheme to use those artifacts as a dangerous mind control system. Can she outwit Payne and his newest agent, the devious Colonel Tempesta, to save the world once again?

Join Samantha on this fascinating race to uncover the keys! Travel around the world, from Alaska to Australia, searching for the prized possessions. Unravel puzzles to pick up clues and follow the trail. Find objects, use tools and spot differences to help on your quest. While on the journey, remember to collect an item or two for the Museum of Secrets Lost.

Try the free trial version of Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis or experience the entire captivating adventure with the unlimited version today!

  • The fearless Samantha Swift returns in an exciting hidden object adventure.
  • Travel around the world searching for descendants of the lost city.
  • Race to collect relics before two devious enemies hatch their evil scheme.
  • Find objects, use tools and spot differences to help on your quest.
  • Find all of the Swallows, and unlock a separate playing mode.
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Reviews of Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis
 | Added on: August 27, 2010
The Samantha Swift series is among my favorite HOGs. I love the graphics - somewhat "cartoony" but very colorful with great artwork. The puzzles are challenging and require thought but are not terribly frustrating. I would recommend this to first time and very experienced gamers.
 | Added on: February 12, 2010
I like this whole series. They aren't frustratingly difficult but at least they don't keep you going back to the same place over and over. The story lines are interesting and this is quite a good game for all ages.
 | Added on: July 1, 2010
.This game is entertaining. It's not too easy but not extra hard either. When I got stuck, I always found a way out I also liked the story line.
 | Added on: January 23, 2013
This Swift game carries through with the same major villain (Payne) and pretty much the same style of play. Once again, the locations are varied and well drawn with plenty of color. The graphics are better than in the initial Samantha Swift game, and there are actions outside the HO scenes themselves. Still, the game is not difficult--just fun. If you want a game with more difficult levels, this is not the one for you. But if you just enjoy a beautifully drawn game with a good story and relaxed play, then you will enjoy this game.
 | Added on: February 24, 2012
I am now the proud owner of ALL 4 Samantha Swift games. I play them often. I sometimes have difficulty trying to choose which one to play next. I'd like to be able to play them all at the same time, if only that were possible. I recommend this particular series of games. Please let me know if they release another one. I will be sure to own that one too.
 | Added on: June 27, 2012
All the hidden items were really easy to find except for when you had to use tools. I thought it wasn't well explained and was sometimes hard to figure out. The storyline was interesting, but the overall layout of the game wasn't very intuitive. The menu was a mess. That being said, it was free and worth the couple of hours of entertainment it provided. :)
 | Added on: October 18, 2010
i gave this game a 4 b/c i think it's a great game to play with inexperienced players. it gives u the basics of a HOG without the frustration that sometimes comes with this type of HOG-moving from locale to locale finding items, using some items to discover other items-the story is intriguing. i did like that u had to figure out some of the items b/f finding them-like a " boat's brake " is an anchor. that made this game more interesting. the mini games were very easy, but there again great 4 kids and inexperienced gamers. definately a game to try.
 | Added on: December 21, 2009
The game was too easy for someone who LOVES a good H.O. games. The game was long which is nice but..the game play is good for beginners who are starting into the hidden objects venture. The dialogue was kind of boring.. and it wasn't too thrilling for me. Good game for teenagers or any smart kids but for an adult who need to be challenged and wear out their eyes, this game isn't it but I don't know about you...*smiles*
 | Added on: December 18, 2009
It was really too simple, especially compared to the other 2 Samantha Swift games.
 | Added on: December 24, 2009
Not too bad as HOG's go, but there are ones that are so much better out there. Not much improvements have been made to the series. Collecting the swifts only open up unlimited HOG games to each scene that you've done already. Was there any mini games? I can't remember - that's how forgetful they were. Putting the objects in objects to find other objects were way to easy as they give the game away anyway with the blue dust so no thinking is required. An overall okay experience.
 | Added on: May 20, 2010
I enjoyed this game, I really enjoy HO games they are entertaining. I like games that I can use my brain but are not too complicated.
 | Added on: December 21, 2009
This is the 3rd Sam Swift game that I have played. I didn't think this one was as good as the previous ones. Still a interactive HOG but objects were way to easy to find, mini's simple and finish one location and chapter at a time. You use items collected from location to find other items that are hidden from view. Find lightening bolts for hints and birds to unlock an extra game play.
 | Added on: November 11, 2011
I enjoyed the game very well however for my taste I think it could have been just a little longer I had it done and mastered in little more than two hours and that is with breaks chasing kids around the house, I did like the story line and the interaction between the chacacters.
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