Lost Civilization
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Lost Civilization 

Follow your fiancé's trail to uncover a top secret technology find in Lost Civilization, a hidden object adventure full of international travel and intrigue. This ancient technology has been a source of conflict since World War II when it was found. Can you save Michael before it's too late?

Cleverly make your way through many obstacles and search out objects in detailed scenes. Meet quirky characters along the way who are happy to help out when you have what they want. Solve interesting puzzles and uncover unbelievable secrets hidden in a forgotten mine at the German boarder.

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  • Become immersed in the intense unfolding of the intriguing plot.
  • Engage in over 120 richly detailed animated scenes.
  • Solve fascinating and uniquely challenging puzzles.
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 | Added on: February 25, 2014
When I opened this game my heart sank as it starts on a bridge in Prague, and I'd tried to play another game in the same pace, which crashed and so I gave up on it. But this isn't that game! The storyline is fairly generic in that girl seeks lost relative/fiance/mad scientist, but it flows along really nicely. The hidden scenes are clear, the objects easy to find (no squinting here), the puzzles are different but not difficult (just hard enough), and it's quite easy to lose yourself in the graphics, which are beautiful. I liked this game for its relaxing gameplay as I've been very frustrated by some games of late. I think this is a game I would replay as it's so "normal"! I try to make a point of not remembering the games so I can go back to them, and because this has been done before, I wont know which one it is! :)
 | Added on: March 30, 2014
the game was well designed and the story was easy to follow. It was a lot of fun, but a little too basic for someone who is an experienced gamer like myself. however, I recommend it for new users.
 | Added on: February 28, 2014
I thought that this game was wonderful. I am actually amazed that it wasn't issued by Alawar. I have not played Niburu, so this game was fresh and I loved it. Good graphics, great storyline and totally different hidden object challenges. no map, which I usually hate, but you didn't need one in this game.
 | Added on: March 4, 2014
I enjoyed this game so much! The graphics were great!
 | Added on: March 31, 2014
It was puerile and badly done. Maybe it's an old game brought back, I don't know, but I was glad I didn't have to pay for it.
 | Added on: March 20, 2014
I had fun playing this game. Yes, I did play Nibiru, but that was way back, so apart from certain scenes (the bridge in Prague and the army compound) looking very familiar, I did not really remember much from the story-line and gameplay. If you are not the type of person who replays games (or rereads books for that matter) and you have played Nibiru, you might want to stay away from this game. For me, I can play the same game again after a year or two, so I very much enjoyed this easy version of a classic point and click adventure. The hidden object part of the game offered a lot of variety, with placing objects, interactive object, and so on, so although there were many (and they repeated), it did not feel stale. The inventory puzzles were way too easy, with the game holding your hand and spelling out what you needed. The puzzles were a bit too easy for my taste also, but they were nice. If the handholding would have been less, the game would have gotten 5 stars from me. The length of the game was pretty good, and the story was great (I am guessing the same as Nibiru, from which I remember too little).
 | Added on: February 25, 2014
I realized very quickly that I had played this game before, but, it wasn't one in my GameHouse file. It is the HOG version of Nibiru - Age of Secrets, which is an adventure game, not a HOG - it's much easier than its predecessor. I enjoyed playing Nibiru - Age of Secrets, but will not purchase this game - it's way too similar. I do recommend it to anyone who hasn't already played the original as it is very interesting and has a good story line. If you prefer the challenge of Adventure games - go to the original and skip this one.
 | Added on: February 27, 2014
I had a lot of fun playing this game - I wish it was longer. There are 3 levels of difficulty - I played the easiest. The graphics were very good, the voiceovers were good - most of the time you read the story and the mouth of the characters moved up and down. :) There were lots of HO scenes - they were fun to do. Different than just finding items on a list. Sometimes you had to place items in the scene - other times you opened different things to find the items or used one item on another to find the list item There wasn't that much going back and forth - you basically kept moving around and most of the time the game took you where you needed to go. This game made it very easy to know what to do next. There were a few puzzles - not many and all were pretty easy to complete.
 | Added on: February 26, 2014
When I started playing this game I thought to myself that it was really very familiar. After the first 5 minutes, I realized I had played this game before. It is a reworked version of the game Niburu. I loved that adventure game when it came out several years ago. It was a great adventure. Now, this game is quite good, don't get me wrong. It has the same storyline with a new protagonist and lots of hidden objects. The gamer can pick between three levels of difficulty and the scenes are nice and clear. The narrator is the only character who talks; all the other characters have dialog lines. For what it's worth, the game is so easy because I remember the old game. The hints are very clear, the hidden objects easy to find and the story moves along quickly. It is a very linear game. Once you are done with the action in a section, you move to another section and don't retrace your steps. I love adventure games even with all the reading and dialog and discovering what to do next. Niburu was an awesome game. This, not so much. If you love hidden objects and don't really care about getting into the story, this is a good match.
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