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Date de parution: 31 mai 2011
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"J'étais supposé franchir les 20 heures de jeu dans Deus Ex: Human Revolution hier et me voilà en train de jouer à Hamilton’s Great Adventure. C'est un signe."
8.2/10 - PSXExtreme
"Ce jeu repousse les limites du genre, vous laisse sans voix et va au-delà."
81% - GAMINGXP
"Un mélange de jeu de plateforme à la troisième personne et de puzzle qui vous captive avec sa logique implacable. Vous en ressortez bien amusé."
84% - PSM3 Magazine UK

À propos du jeu

Prenez part à une aventure extraordinaire, menée par l’explorateur Ernest Hamilton et son sympathique oiseau Sasha. Ensemble ils coopéreront pour résoudre d’ingénieux puzzles et défis !
Progressez à travers plus de 60 niveaux, répartis sur quatre environnements uniques et visuellement éblouissants. Vous pourrez également apprécier les différents modes de jeu proposés, que ce soit coopératif ou solo, pour résoudre des énigmes classiques et prendre part à l'action. Plongez-vous dans une intrigue fantastique, marquée par des personnages mémorables. Rejoignez donc sans plus tarder la grande aventure d’Hamilton, qui vous offrira une expérience exaltante et du divertissement en famille !

Points forts :

  • Un aventure addictive remplie d'énigmes.
  • Embarquez pour un voyage fantastique, et tentez de percer un mystère antique !
  • Un mode un joueur, et la possibilité d'inviter un ami pour vous accompagner tout au long de l'aventure, et ce, via un système coopératif sur un même écran !

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Processeur : Processeur double cœur 2.4 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Carte compatible Shader 4.0 (minimum : Nvidia GeForce 8xxx, AMD Radeon 2xxx)
    • DirectX® : Direct3D 11
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Super jeu
Posté le : 12 avril 2014
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21 personne(s) sur 24 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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23 évaluations
11.1 heures en tout
I'm not sure whether to call this a puzzle game or not. All you have to do is to get to the goal, hitting switches, dodging environmental hazards and the occasional "enemy". Once you found the correct path to take, you can finish a level without much trouble.
Collecting coins is optional but to unlock more levels you'll need a certain amount.

Dont bother with the DLC since all it does is add 3 additional levels which arent too interesting nor challenging and you'll be done with those in no time.

I guess this is a good choice when you feel the need to take a break from other games that ♥♥♥♥ you off.

On a side note: Whenever I start this game and the splash screen "Plays best on Alienware" shows up I just cant help myself and I have to laugh.
Posté le : 29 novembre 2013
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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30 évaluations
8.0 heures en tout
This is a rather long review, so if you want a quick summary of why I recommend this title just skip to the Results section and read from there.

Fatshark created a fantastic little puzzle game which puts you to the test. Hamilton’s Great Adventure pushes out levels that pose mysteries and threats around every turn.

Story:
Hamilton’s Great Adventure starts you off telling the stories of your great exploits to your granddaughter. You relive Hamilton’s glory days as you try to get the parts for a machine required for a purpose you will learn if you beat the campaign. You and your bird, Sasha, must complete puzzles from Brazil, Egypt, India, and the Secret Islands. As the game progress Hamilton gets further into his tale and new characters are introduced. The game includes hilarious dialogue, with an interesting story that keeps you guessing, and levels that keep posing new challenges. As you progress through the game you obtain answers to the mystery and you learn all about how the story began.

Gameplay:
Hamilton's Great Adventure is a puzzle solving game which knowing the answer is the key. Unlike some puzzle solving games where you can see the solution but be unable to complete the challenge because of a simple annoyance in clicking a button at exactly the right time. This game puts your mind to the test to solve puzzles by completing challenges by using the correct answer. It’s fun and rather simple, yet some puzzles are a little more difficult than others. The games graphics are not the best, but they are crisp and the story is pleasant. Sasha can be difficult to control and managing two characters is rather difficult if you are not on your toes.

Menus:
One of my major gripes is that the in game menu is annoying to navigate. They tried to make the menu look like a book, but this is not very useful as you don't actually know what information is on what page. Ultimately you may have to flip through the whole book if you are looking for a simple answer.

Hints:
The pink vials are used to power up Hamilton’s special abilities. You can play as Sasha at the start of the level before activating the timer, so if you want to you can gather lots of the pink vials before even technically starting a level. You can also scare off the flying blowfish that attack Sasha by using a taunt when they are about to hit Sasha (it causes them to blow up and float away).

Result:
Hamilton's Great Adventure doesn't pull you in keeping you on your toes from level to level; yet, the game offers fun puzzles which you can solve during your spare time. I would like it if they had checkpoints. I don't play too many puzzle game so maybe they all don't have any checkpoints during levels. If you like to solve puzzles and you're tired of traditional puzzle solving games that challenge a user based on luck or precise click timing then this is for you.

Pros:
+Simple gameplay without too many commands to learn
+Smooth movements
+Fun and rather complex puzzles
+Fantastic difficulty curve, the puzzles get gradually more difficult rather than exponentially
+Nice art style which makes the games simple graphics seem rather elegant

Cons:
-Very difficult menu navigation
-Not a very riveting story (though it’s a puzzle game so you're here for the puzzles not for the tale)
-Can be infuriating when you have solved the first part of the puzzle, but have to keep resolving to get to the second part of the puzzle
Posté le : 22 février 2014
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6 personne(s) sur 8 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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5 évaluations
5.8 heures en tout
Hamilton's Great Adventure game isn't a super-amazing game that will blow your mind, but it's still a very good game with excellent level design, charming aesthetics, and good music.

The levels are expertly-crafted, and never come-off as stupidly easy, nor nonsensically obtuse. The "aha!" moments for puzzles that seemed impossible to decipher minutes prior remained a consistent experience throughout my entire play-through, and it was enjoyable from start to finish. Albeit, the game is a bit easy for a little while, but it definitely ramps-up after a while - *especially* if you try to get Gold in each level.

So, if you're into the puzzle genre or just feel like jumping into a genre you normally don't like that much (as I did), you can't go wrong with Hamilton.
Posté le : 26 novembre 2013
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9 personne(s) sur 15 (60%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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9 évaluations
16.7 heures en tout
After first few levels you have seen everything this game has to offer. Nothing really changes, the stages just get longer and more frustrating. The gameplay boils down to trial and error. Even one misstep will make reaching the goal impossible and you have to keep starting over until you memorize the path perfectly. Sometimes a failure isn't even your fault as enemies can break the path too, even if you tried to keep them at bay with the otherwise completely useless bird. (Local co-op, yeah right.)

If this were just a calm, slow-paced puzzle game, I could have lived with that. But no, there are "timed" puzzles as well and they really irk my nerves. For example, there was this one stage in which you have to keep a snowball rolling so it will eventually reach a button which opens the gate to the exit. You have to keep opening gates and eliminating enemies from its path, but over half of the time you can't even see, where the snowball is going, no matter how you try to turn the camera. So besides learning the right path, you have to have almost pixel-perfect timing too.

Utterly boring game with unlikable characters and a story that nobody cares for. I paid about 1€ for this and still I think I got ripped off. Not recommended for anyone.
Posté le : 31 décembre 2013
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