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Samantha Swift and the Golden Touch
When Samantha's new benefactor asks her to track down Alexander the Great's Scroll of Wealth, the opportunity seems too be good to be true—searching for the scroll while collecting amazing finds for the Museum of Secrets Lost!
Release Date: Apr 29, 2009
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Includes 2 items: Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena, Samantha Swift and the Golden Touch

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About the Game

When Samantha's new benefactor asks her to track down Alexander the Great's Scroll of Wealth, the opportunity seems too be good to be true—searching for the scroll while collecting amazing finds for the Museum of Secrets Lost! Little does she know that a secret brotherhood is watching her every move and that she'll have to do a lot more digging to find the true treasure.

Travel to exotic locations as you help archaeologist and adventurer Samantha Swift uncover the ancient secrets and mystery shrouding the famed Golden Touch!

  • Engrossing mystery story sets the stage for this Casual Adventure game
  • Solve puzzles, collect artifacts and piece together clues to uncover the secrets of the Golden Touch
  • All-new levels, backgrounds and puzzles to explore
  • Collect artifacts and golden treasure for The Museum of Secrets Lost
  • Locate tools in each scene to help you along your way
  • Uncover completely hidden special items, and use the right tool to recover each one

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows Vista/XP
    • Processor: 1.0GHz
    • Memory: 256MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64 MB Video Card
    • DirectX: DirectX 8.1
    • Sound: Sound Card
Helpful customer reviews
2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
312 products in account
17 reviews
5.4 hrs on record
This is the sequel to Samanth Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena, and it follows exactly the same formula: you visit different countries searching for separate components to a myserious object that will save the day. Each place you visit involves a number of hidden object scenes, finding things that are lying around, and using tools in mostly obvious (and sometimes extremely unlikely) places. Occasionally there's a mild puzzle to solve, such as solitaire, match 3, jigsaw puzzles etc. It's all very easy, the cartoony style makes the objects stand out quite clearly, although in each scene there's usually one or two objects that are hidden a little better than the others. However, the game really falls over itself to give you hints, clues and not-so-gentle nudges, so you're unlikely to get stuck for more than half a minute. Hover a tool anywhere in the general vicinity of where you have to click, and a shower of sparkles erupts from your cursor. No doubt there, then! There are an abudance of hints that basically show you exactly what to do, by the end of the game we'd amassed nearly 40 of them and didn't use one. I mean, it's all good, clean fun and best enjoyed as a group, but it was easier than the first game. It really needs a "hard mode" where you can turn all that stuff off. Still, a good time was had by all, and I'd recommend it if you like this kind of thing. Just don't expect much of a challenge.
Posted: February 1st, 2014
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4 of 8 people (50%) found this review helpful
346 products in account
62 reviews
1.8 hrs on record
What I like about this game is the cinematics, it reminds of of Torchlight II. Now the game have a lot of clicking and the game really requires you to observe the environments. The collection room is a nice addition to the game.
Posted: December 18th, 2013
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