Undiscovered World - The Incan SunUndiscovered World - The Incan Sun
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Reviews of Undiscovered World - The Incan Sun
SUZsaysHi | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
I like this game. It is fairly easy to locate the 2 idols in each scene, lots of hints, and a good story line. On the negative side, some of the scenes are so loaded with objects, it is easy to get distracted.
redaf | Added on: January 31, 2013
 
I selected this game because it showed it had no review, but then I discovered there were some after all. This is a straight HO game with a few simple puzzle mini games thrown in. I thought a few of the scenes were a little fuzzy but became accustomed to them as I played. There were a large variety of items to select your required ones from but most were quite easy to find. I found myself using the hint to find things quicker as it bettered my score. I believe this would be a good game for children as it works the eye hand coordination and seeing their score improve would be rewarding. Replay value would be upping your score, time and accuracy.
pgillenw | Added on: January 11, 2011
 
I have played this game twice and enjoyed throughly each time. It is a pure hidden object game. The story was original and clever. One collects points, time counts for building up the score however you are not under the gun to beat a clock. Therefore set back and have a good play. Graphics are very good and objects are easy to locate making this a great game for the beginner or for kids. I had fun playing this game and I hope you will too.
Reviewer | Added on: August 31, 2009
 
There are several ways that a game can employ to hide objects. This game uses the method of filling the screen with so many out-of-place objects that the eye is baffled. Which is suited for the relatively unsophisticated nature of young children. On the other hand, there is a story, of a sort, to this game. You've crashed on this island and need to find your way back home. But as you try to get home, you find out about a mystery, and decide to get at the bottom of it. But it's a confusing story. You get it in dribs and drabs, knowing only what is written in your journal. You don't proceed in a straight line, but go back and forth across the island like you can't make up your mind. This game would be improved if the creators had either decided on an adventure story, or a hidden object game. Sometimes mixing the two works. But this time, it doesn't.
ldarius | Added on: August 16, 2010
 
I really enjoyed this game. It went fast and had a good storyline. After completing the game, I went back to the beginning and completed the unlimited mode and mini-game mode. This would be good for any age and have a good replay.
DarkChylde | Added on: April 7, 2010
 
This is a nice HOG, but I'm finding I like things not so convoluted. Scenes are nice, but piled with a ton of stuff that not only doesn't have anything to do with the scene, but also the storyline. A nice consistent flow is the best if you plan on a story to go with an HOG. All-in-all, Undiscovered World is okay, but not at full price.