Adam Venture is an action explorer hero; adventurous but using his wits rather than resorting to violence. Brought to life from a third person perspective with the Unreal 3™ engine, adventure gamers are in for a real visual treat in combination with family values storytelling.
Data de lançamento: 8 Abr 2011
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Includes: Episode 1: The Search For The Lost Garden, Episode 2: Solomons Secret, Episode 3: Revelations

Sobre o jogo

Adam Venture is an action explorer hero; adventurous but using his wits rather than resorting to violence. Brought to life from a third person perspective with the Unreal 3™ engine, adventure gamers are in for a real visual treat in combination with family values storytelling.

In this second installment of the episodic series, Adam Venture and his crew end up in 1920’s Jerusalem after having escaped alive from the Caverns of Eden.
On their continuous search for the Lost Garden of Eden, they become entangled in a thickening plot featuring a ruthless dig for the ancient King Solomon’s treasure - but is that really all there is to it? Not all is as it seems…

Key Features

  • Developed using the critically acclaimed Unreal 3 Engine.
  • Second game of the episodic series. Brilliantly rendered in vivid 3D for striking visuals and truly stunning environments that breathe life into the story.
  • Non Violent gameplay.
  • Engaging storyline weaving a classic adventure with historical overtones, adding more characters, depth and twists in this second game of the series.
  • 8 distinct levels, including outdoor environments, with much longer gameplay.
  • Over 50 challenging puzzles, varying in difficulty degree.

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows 2000, XP
    • Processor:Intel Pentium 2.0 GHz or equivalent AMD
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Pixel Shader 3.0 Card required *
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
    • Additional:*All laptop models were not tested and some may not provide features adequate to meet theintense hardware requirement.
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel Pentium Dual core or equivalent AMD
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Pixel Shader 3.0 Card required *
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
    • Additional:*All laptop models were not tested and some may not provide features adequate to meet theintense hardware requirement.
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I can recommend this game series for:
- Adults who like casual adventures
- young teenager
- children

All three games are casual adventures with (for adults) very easy puzzels and a quiet simple, yet funny humor. The 'action scenes' and language contents are appropriate for the groups mentioned above. Playing as young adventurerer Adam Venture there is quite a bit of decent story that can be discovered during the three games. The graphics are pretty okay for an indie production, the voice acting is also quite good and the controls are very simple. With a very maximum of 2.5 hours of play time for each game the series might be suited for the impatient kind, but is surely a bit disappointing for deep story lovers.
Publicada: 11 dezembro 2013
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I still don't know why i bother to play this game; I suppose after buying the whole pack, i was determined to finish all three games, even if theyre terrible, terrible games. Anyway, Adam's Venture Episode 2 (seriously, I can't believe they made a second one) picks up where the previous game left off, except it turns out after stopping the evil professor guy ( I seriously can't be bothered remembering his name) the company you work for (yea forgot them too) take you in as prisoners, for no apparent reason. You escape and find Solomon's Temple. Like literally thats the plot. While as before it has a few interesting puzzles, they're still far too easy. Graphics and gameplay are identical to the previous game, and as a result, is still just terrible. Writing and characters are bland, uninteresting and badly written.

If you've played the previous game, and you really, really want to know what happens, then I suggest you write your own fan-fiction, because it'll be better than this.
Publicada: 17 abril 2014
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This is a rather simplistic adventure with pretty easy puzzles and a simple keyboard interface. Don't expect much depth in the story line except a lot of biblical references.

My recommendation is to spend your money elsewhere, rating this at 4 out of 10.
Publicada: 29 dezembro 2013
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Better than Part 1, but still no Masterpiece. Cheesy as before, and the same mistake of repeating the same puzzle over and over. The Story build up is better than in part 1 but the puzzle-style mostly doesn´t fit into the setting (to modern for the environment). Again a game for an evening to chill. Worth to buy at a sale.
Publicada: 1 janeiro 2014
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"Stop fussing women, i'm getting us out of here!" sums up this story pretty well. Adam is back again with another 'venture' although its not really by choice! He is stuck in Isreal attempting to puzzle his way from his captors. This time he is teamed up with his female companion, and butt of a lot of puns. Overall, much like the first game, Adam has to solve the same poorly designed puzzles over and over again. Skip this game series and move on.
Publicada: 25 novembro 2013
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