Experience two amazing vacations for one low price with Youda Legend Pack, a globetrotting double-bill of fun and excitement!
In Youda Legend - The Curse of the Amsterdam Diamond, an old curse haunts the beautiful city. Arriving as a tourist, but leaving as an adventurer, you will explore fascinating locations, combining clues and solving puzzles, to reveal the greatest diamond ever seen. In Youda Legend - The Golden Bird of Paradise, a relaxing trip to a tropical destination turns into a seek-and-find adventure where the jungle hides a marvelous artifact with special powers that go beyond imagination.
Enjoy the mystery and adventure in this thrilling pack as you scour more than 40 scenes for thousands of wonderful surprises. Visit world-famous locations or secret hideaways and solve puzzles to continue your search. Enjoy fun mini-games, meet interesting people and reveal the secrets of these fantastic artifacts.
Try the free download version or download the full-unlimited version of Youda Legend Pack today!
Enjoy two great hidden object adventures for one low price.
Explore over 40 scenes in Amsterdam and a tropical paradise.
Solve puzzles, play mini-games and discover legendary artifacts.
Use tools to find special items and reveal secrets.
Follow two fantastic storylines suitable for the whole family.
I enjoyed the Youda TM games and was looking forward to trialing these two. In the Amsterdam version, the objects are very easy to find, some literally within seconds of each other. Positives: great Amsterdam scenary and locations. Music reminded me of my day spa. Golden Paradise: Only got to the 2nd scene where most of the items were impossible to find without hints. Not sure if I will purchase this game until I read other reviews.
The puzzles should have more hints or the ability to skip
DragonLea | Added on: May 6, 2010
Owning these games is not a plus. In the diamond adventure, you are to collect diamonds; challenged to find them all. At the end of the game, you aren't told the percentage or number found. How can they set up a challenge and NOT let you know if you succeeded? Also, way too easy. The second game is worse. Unless you lighten your monitor settings you cannot find many items. When you get to a puzzle, a small screen pops up and lets you know you are missing pieces. Well, you can'tgo back to find them; this is NOT an option given. You are forced to pay points and click SKIP so the puzzle is finished and you can continue the game. The player is set up for failure. Hints do not address this situation.
I really do enjoy playing this game duo. Makes a person really take a look at all of the suroundings and keeps you on your toes. I just think that it should have unlimited clicking. Some of the puzzles are a little difficult to understand as to what your to do with some of the pieces and how to activate them. Other than that it is really an addictive challaging good time.
SUZsaysHi | Added on: March 22, 2010
The only reason I did not give this game 5 stars is because some of the mini games are really difficult and you have no option to skip them. Hidden objects are easy and hard to find but you get plenty of clues if you need them. I would definately recommend buying this game bundle
Minxski | Added on: March 22, 2010
This is a hard review as both games annoyed me for different reasons. The Amsterdam is way too easy and was over in a matter of hours. Golden Bird of Paradise annoyed me because some items were just too hard to find and the tools in the inventry were on the most part hard to use - you often had to try to use them about 5 times to get them to work. On the positive side the graphics are quite pleasing and I loved that you could pick English UK, which believe me, is a God send. Some American words just don't make sense over here. This is just my experience so I didn't want to slate the game just because I found it annoying - make up your own mind! ;-)
i like games like this i could play forever. i like hidden object game
sportygal2009 | Added on: March 23, 2010
Well I only did the one hour trial version of the games, well almost. The Amsterdam one was okay until I got to the key part to unlock the door as I absolutely HATE puzzles that if you get one part of it correct and go to work on the rest of it, it puts what you had correct well... no longer correct. Annoys me to no end. I played that for 26 minutes to be exact and probably spent 10 of that on the stupid keys. The Golden Bird Paradise I agree with the other reviews as I found most things hard to find as the scenes were so cluttered. I think I played this one for about 15 minutes as I just got so bored. You may enjoy both of these games but just not for me.