Du er en eventyrjeger som reiser ut i verden på jakt etter glemte og gjemte skatter. Let etter skjulte objekter og unngå unike feller for å få tak i de mest etterspurte skattene verden noensinne har hørt om. En nylig oppdaget del av et forhistorisk kart antas å vise stedet til de tapte graver i Egypt.
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Stort sett positive (18 anmeldelser) - 77% av 18 brukeranmeldelser for dette spillet er positive.
Utgivelsesdato: 5. nov, 2007

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Du er en eventyrjeger som reiser ut i verden på jakt etter glemte og gjemte skatter. Let etter skjulte objekter og unngå unike feller for å få tak i de mest etterspurte skattene verden noensinne har hørt om.

En nylig oppdaget del av et forhistorisk kart antas å vise stedet til de tapte graver i Egypt. Under ledelse av museet må du umiddelbart begynne arbeidet med å finne den tapte graven og skattene den inneholder! Fullfør over 100 nivåer ved å finne skjulte objekter og unngå unike feller. Lykke til med eventyret!

  • Finn over 2000 skjulte objekter på over 100 nivåer.
  • Utforsk 22 unike steder i Egypt.
  • Unngå sju unike minispillfeller for å fortsette oppdragene.
  • To spillmodi: Finn den tapte graven og Hemmelig spill.
  • Finn de skjulte skarabeene for å få tilgang til Hemmelig spill-modusen og et bonussted i Egypt.
  • Gjør alt du kan for å oppnå den perfekte letebonusen ved ikke å bruke Hint-knappen.
  • Spill mot klokken eller i Avslappet-modus uten tidsbegrensninger.
  • Avslør interessante fakta om Egypt i journalen din.

Systemkrav

    Minimum:

    • Operativsystem: Microsoft® Windows® XP, Vista™ eller 2000
    • Prosessor: 350 MHz Pentium eller kraftigere
    • Minne: 128 MB RAM eller mer
    • Grafikk: 16-biters grafikk- og lydkort
    • DirectX-versjon: DirectX7 eller nyere
    • Harddisk: 75 MB ledig harddiskplass
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Stort sett positive (18 anmeldelser)
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coles4_ns
( 8.1 timer registrert )
Publisert: 14. mai
This is one of my favorites.
It's old, but relaxing and I like the theme.
There are no 'pick up an item, carry it there, use it on that' puzzels which I find annoying.
 
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Sniped 55
( 23.4 timer registrert )
Publisert: 13. april
As good as any PopCap game. Excellent fun looking for hidden objects. Keeps your mind alert and ready to go.
 
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lcruiser02
( 129.6 timer registrert )
Publisert: 5. april
I love it. want more amazing adventures. i have a few of them. love popcap, spintop hidden objects. my favoret
 
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Guu-chan
( 8.0 timer registrert )
Publisert: 21. desember, 2015
I'm not sure if Hidden Object games are meant to be relaxing but I sometimes fall alseep while playing this one.

Maybe this game is too relaxing?
 
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ManyNekoZ
( 12.1 timer registrert )
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Publisert: 1. oktober, 2015
Remember those "I SPY" books you used to look at as a kid? How about those "Spot the Difference" games in the comics section of a Sunday paper? How about a "Jigsaw Puzzle", one of the oldest toys created? This game is pretty much all of those things put together. I personally only played this game while listening to podcasts, which worked out really well, but I couldn't tell you how it stands on it's own. All of those things I mentioned aren't exactly well known for being the pinnacle of entertainment, but they are good time wasters. Buy it in a pack or on sale.
 
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MirandaKym
( 12.1 timer registrert )
Publisert: 11. september, 2015
I'm giving a thumbs-up but this game is definitely not for everyone. There isn't a story and even though the music fits the game, it's the same few scores over and over. Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb is for those looking for a challenging hidden object experience. They really cram a ton of items into each scene and many are well hidden. I guess they don't call it hidden object game for nothing. :p So the game is basically just many many HO scenes with puzzles inbetween each one. Jigsaw, Memory Tiles, and Spot the Differences. The game gives you 20 "missions" and each one is an ever increasing number of said HOs and puzzles. At the end of a mission, you'll get a fact about Egypt and part of a manuscript. I'm assuming you assemble the manuscript at the end of the game. I haven't got there yet. I still have 10 missions to go and I have a feeling it's going to take awhile. One thing about The Lost Tomb that I REALLY like is the bonus you get if you find a scarab in each of the 21 HO scenes. You'll then be able to play each scene and find EVERY item. (When you find an item on the list, a new one will pop into its place). There is a huge satisfaction in completely clearing a scene. I wish other HO games had this feature. So in closing, only buy this if you're up for a challenge, don't mind the lack of a story, and can deal with some repetition. It's a good game for HO fans who need a break between other things. :)
 
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XineBBSA
( 19.9 timer registrert )
Publisert: 16. april, 2015
A great hidden object game. This is set in Ancient Egypt and the search for a rare artifact. The objects are all very well drawn and easy to see. Quite a compelling game and one that's fun to play even more than once. You can play the main quest and after you've finished it and collected two special objects per screen, you can then play a 'find all objects' mode where you empty the screen of every object. Very well implemented and a nice game to go back to when you want to just chill out and find objects.
 
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Rocktart
( 33.7 timer registrert )
Publisert: 20. februar, 2015
Do you want to play a hidden object game with an egytian theme?
This is almost a pure hidden object game, once you complete a set of puzzles there is a final puzzle, a jigsaw, match 2 memory game or a jumbled picture game, but mainly it's finding objects in about 20 locations. There are a lot of levels, but they reuse the same 20 locations.
So, if that's what you want this is the thing for you.
As a UK gamer, some of the names of the objects were unfamiliar american descriptions, but you soon get into the swing of it.
 
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Tentacle-Kitty (Level 4)
( 14.2 timer registrert )
Publisert: 11. februar, 2015
*sigh*

Alright. Hidden Object Game Number 7 I played through.

Flavor of story of this game: You're looking for a lost tomb in Egypt. That's where you'll be all of the game long. 21 locations, 20 Missions split into different levels, endless hidden object level after finding all scarabs (one for every location).

That's it. Nothing more to the game.

I'm done. I need... I need something mindlessly funny. Preferrably with over the top guns and one-liners.
 
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Dustin
( 5.2 timer registrert )
Publisert: 9. januar, 2015
This game is pretty much like the I-Spy books. There's random objects cluttered on a still background image, and they ask you to find 10 of the items by clicking on them.
The items stay the same place in every map/location but everytime you replay it they ask you for different things.
You're given a 12-15 minute time limit on each run, randomly clicking 4+ times gives you a point/score penalty.
You get a score multiplyer by clicking the objects you're looking for sequentially, so taking the time to observe multiple targets rather than clicking on everyone you find is key if you want more points.
Although you can pause the game which doesn't block the image so you can continue search for the items without worrying about the timer.
There's a Hint button as well, which points out a general location where an item you haven't found is, which costs $4,000, while every item you find (on it's own) gives you $2,000 so you don't loose too much.
Sometimes a hint is really needed when the item it asks for like 33 RPM really means a vynyl recond, like 33, okay but why the RPM that confused me? As well and other items they vaguely put up that has mutiple meanings for.

There's also different puzzle solving than the I-Spy kind, like a match game, a Spot-The-Difference game, and a puzzle piece game which adds to a good change.

There's a golden scarab per stage and if you find all 21, then beat the game, you can replay any mission without having a time limit.
But beating the game requires you to play the SAME damn maps at least 10 times over, which gets really repetitive... so I ended up quitting after spending the amount of time I did on it and only getting 8/20 "stages" done although I played around 35 "levels".

I would highly reccomend this game if you love the I-Spy books, and it's great for when you're bored and have nothing else to do!

8/10
 
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25 av 25 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Anbefalt
12.1 timer registrert
Publisert: 11. september, 2015
I'm giving a thumbs-up but this game is definitely not for everyone. There isn't a story and even though the music fits the game, it's the same few scores over and over. Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb is for those looking for a challenging hidden object experience. They really cram a ton of items into each scene and many are well hidden. I guess they don't call it hidden object game for nothing. :p So the game is basically just many many HO scenes with puzzles inbetween each one. Jigsaw, Memory Tiles, and Spot the Differences. The game gives you 20 "missions" and each one is an ever increasing number of said HOs and puzzles. At the end of a mission, you'll get a fact about Egypt and part of a manuscript. I'm assuming you assemble the manuscript at the end of the game. I haven't got there yet. I still have 10 missions to go and I have a feeling it's going to take awhile. One thing about The Lost Tomb that I REALLY like is the bonus you get if you find a scarab in each of the 21 HO scenes. You'll then be able to play each scene and find EVERY item. (When you find an item on the list, a new one will pop into its place). There is a huge satisfaction in completely clearing a scene. I wish other HO games had this feature. So in closing, only buy this if you're up for a challenge, don't mind the lack of a story, and can deal with some repetition. It's a good game for HO fans who need a break between other things. :)
 
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7 av 10 personer (70%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Anbefalt
8.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 25. oktober, 2013
This is the granddaddy of hardcore hidden object gaming. This game pretty much is NIGHTMARE difficulty, most games have a way of knowing the shape of the object your looking for, not here. You will need a masters vocabulary to even know some of the words used to describe objects, other objects like some games are described such as "wall Walking" which means a foot print. The game is 20 missions long, but each mission is 6-7 puzzles with a total of 21 areas. I stopped at about 11, since they just recycle the areas. I play this on mute as the sounds and music if you can call a 3 second loop music suck. There is a GREAT bonus if you find the hidden scarab at every location that unlocks the map and you go to each area and find EVERY item a few at a time, very fun I wish more puzzle games had that mode. NO new player to hidden object gaming should buy this, they will just end up frustrated and rightfully so its uber super majoryly difficult.

People new to hidden object games: Rating: 0/0 Value: $0.00
Veterans of hidden object games: Rating: 10/10 Value: 9.99
 
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2 av 3 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Anbefalt
8.3 timer registrert
Anmeldelser av forhåndsversjon
Publisert: 28. mars, 2011
If you like to play hide and go seek on the computer then this will be a game that would be fun for you to play. Its a simple game that involve you looking past everything and just look for the little details of the pictures you are seeing. You have to find items in the picture that are listed on a list at the bottom of the picture. This game deals with ancient Egypt and finding stuff in lost tombs. Its a fun game to burn some time with and can get addicting to play and want to find everything in the pictures.
 
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2 av 3 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Anbefalt
5.2 timer registrert
Publisert: 9. januar, 2015
This game is pretty much like the I-Spy books. There's random objects cluttered on a still background image, and they ask you to find 10 of the items by clicking on them.
The items stay the same place in every map/location but everytime you replay it they ask you for different things.
You're given a 12-15 minute time limit on each run, randomly clicking 4+ times gives you a point/score penalty.
You get a score multiplyer by clicking the objects you're looking for sequentially, so taking the time to observe multiple targets rather than clicking on everyone you find is key if you want more points.
Although you can pause the game which doesn't block the image so you can continue search for the items without worrying about the timer.
There's a Hint button as well, which points out a general location where an item you haven't found is, which costs $4,000, while every item you find (on it's own) gives you $2,000 so you don't loose too much.
Sometimes a hint is really needed when the item it asks for like 33 RPM really means a vynyl recond, like 33, okay but why the RPM that confused me? As well and other items they vaguely put up that has mutiple meanings for.

There's also different puzzle solving than the I-Spy kind, like a match game, a Spot-The-Difference game, and a puzzle piece game which adds to a good change.

There's a golden scarab per stage and if you find all 21, then beat the game, you can replay any mission without having a time limit.
But beating the game requires you to play the SAME damn maps at least 10 times over, which gets really repetitive... so I ended up quitting after spending the amount of time I did on it and only getting 8/20 "stages" done although I played around 35 "levels".

I would highly reccomend this game if you love the I-Spy books, and it's great for when you're bored and have nothing else to do!

8/10
 
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4 av 7 personer (57%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Ikke anbefalt
7.8 timer registrert
Publisert: 16. april, 2013
I played and reviewed the first one to this series, and again in my opinion it's terrible. These are quite horrible Popcap games. There's a few i actually really enjoy, but this series of HOG games is nowhere near. It has even more annoying music, just so bad that i can't listen to it. It's all so similar between the different HOG games they have and just so repetitive you grow to hate it. I turn all the audio settings off and use my own music to try and make the game a little more bearable. The gameplay is just as repetitive, just this time around it's a different 5 scenes, that you play over and over again.
The actual game, to finish it, is even longer than the first one, which i thought the first one was bad enough. Which makes this one impossible to finish. I just couldn't get through it all, it's too darn boring. I gave up, deleted the local content and had done with it. Which is saying alot for me, i usually have to complete games before i move on. Not even my OCD tendencies wanted to put up with this one.
Don't buy these. Out of all the hidden object games i have, because i actually love the game genre, these are by far the worse. I only brought the second one after playing the first one, because i usually want to buy all of the series if there is one (that's those tendencies at play). But this is a series of games i wish i didn't bother with. Especially because popcap games never go on sale, so you have to pay full price for this. If you could get them in a bundle for dirt cheap, i'm sure i wouldn't be as hard on it.
 
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0 av 1 personer (0%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
Ikke anbefalt
8.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 21. desember, 2015
I'm not sure if Hidden Object games are meant to be relaxing but I sometimes fall alseep while playing this one.

Maybe this game is too relaxing?
 
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3 av 8 personer (38%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
Ikke anbefalt
14.2 timer registrert
Publisert: 11. februar, 2015
*sigh*

Alright. Hidden Object Game Number 7 I played through.

Flavor of story of this game: You're looking for a lost tomb in Egypt. That's where you'll be all of the game long. 21 locations, 20 Missions split into different levels, endless hidden object level after finding all scarabs (one for every location).

That's it. Nothing more to the game.

I'm done. I need... I need something mindlessly funny. Preferrably with over the top guns and one-liners.
 
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4 av 13 personer (31%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
Ikke anbefalt
0.5 timer registrert
Publisert: 4. februar, 2014
Boring. You search for objects, solve a childish puzzle, search more objects, more childish puzzles, it is endless.
 
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Anbefalt
8.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. desember, 2014
yes it's more of the same. yes it's a time waster. yes i loved it.
 
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Anbefalt
1.7 timer registrert
Publisert: 11. september, 2014
Gameplay is pretty basic, you're given a picture with a jumble of junk and they ask you to pick out certain items (the screenshot above demonstrates this perfectly); find all the items and they give you a puzzle to solve so you can get the next picture; rinse and repeat.
 
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