Hidden Expedition: The Curse of Mithridates

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next exciting adventure in the bestselling Hidden Expedition series! When an earthquake in Turkey reveals a hidden palace, H.E.L.P. sends its best archeologists to the scene to uncover its secrets. But they aren’t exploring for long when disaster strikes. Now you get to join the rescue team to find them! But be careful, the palace of the infamous Poison King holds many deadly traps. Track down the missing agents and use their research to make it out alive, before the earthquakes seal your fate in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Parrotfish from I almost didn't buy it I always enjoy Eipix and don't hesitate to buy a new game, but this game had three really bad reviews and I hesitated. When I started playing a strange thing happened — I ended up thinking this is far better than I thought it would be. The HO scenes were varied, interesting and very enjoyable. Happy gaming! After watching the way to solve them one of the things I love about these games! As I played the demo, I became increasingly caught up and before I knew it the demo ended. The morphs within the hidden object scenes are a challenge to me, because I want to find all of the items so I can get the achievements, such as, finding 10 items in 10 seconds, etc. You know what I mean; no innovation, predictable puzzles, hos, gameplay, etc. You have a map, hint button as in most games. Looks like this is going to be either a you love it or you hate it game based on the reviews. Then something else happens you need to take care of first. The only thing I can recommend is that you stick with that very slow beginning and then enjoy the excitement as the game truly gets going. It is a fun adventure with lots of great HOPS thrown in for good measure. I'll definitely try them again because I'm not going to remember the way to do it by the time I replay!

I found the puzzles just to my liking and the strategy guide effective in detailing how to solve them. I thought maybe that would be the theme of the bonus game, but no. Fun to play, lots of things to do, plenty of puzzles and hos. Still good, still worth buying. The morphs within the hidden object scenes are a challenge to me, because I want to find all of the items so I can get the achievements, such as, finding 10 items in 10 seconds, etc. One of the reasons that I think so many gamers might be down on this game is because it really does get off to a slow start. Well I tried again a few days ago and the same thing happened so I was either too tired or the game was just downright boring. Many of the puzzles were straight forward and easy while others were scratching my head difficult. As I played the demo, I became increasingly caught up and before I knew it the demo ended. I have mixed feelings about this series. And these promises were not empty, the game exceeded my expectations. The only thing I can recommend is that you stick with that very slow beginning and then enjoy the excitement as the game truly gets going. I enjoy this series in particular.

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Hidden Expedition: The Curse of Mithridates

I would recommend play, buy, and enjoy. Always look forward to the next one. I really am enjoying this game! Some are better than others. Long game that was thoroughly enjoyable. Except for a huge glitch Happy gaming! The only thing I can recommend is that you stick with that very slow beginning and then enjoy the excitement as the game truly gets going. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riverdiver from Fine points, Facts, Fun! It is a fun adventure with lots of great HOPS thrown in for good measure. I also enjoyed the storyline about Magellan. But this one grabbed my attention and kept it! Fortunately, purchasing the full game I had my trusty strategy guide on hand and that did offer a bit of help in solving or at least figuring out what I was supposed to do to solve some puzzles. As always, even though I love this game I recommend that you give the demo a try please stick it out to the end of the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy as much as I do.


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Then something else Hidden Expedition: The Curse of Mithridates you need to take care of first. I loved the story of Mithridates, which I previously did not know about. Always look forward to the next one. Originally you Rise of Dynasty supposed to stop the poison from spreading Bridge to Another World: The Others the water supply within six days. I will play this one again! Try it for yourself. I am not going to bother writing about the storyline or all of the other basics as others have covered that by now in Book of Legends reviews but let me just say that a game that started out as an archaeologic find has me now globetrotting to save my fellow H. I have always loved this game series. It was very well done to see the agent getting tired, not concentrated, almost failing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorijb from Love it I have played all of the Hidden Expedition games and loved them all vary relaxingthe morphing objects and collectibles are fun and the graphics and sound are great. This game also contains a fun bonus chapter that ties up a certain loose end from the main game, so I would recommend paying extra for the collector's edition. After purchasing, you can no longer hear any speaker for any reason. As I always say, to each their own. I truly love the way Eipix has structured their games and this one is no exception.

I was quite excited about playing this game. I found the puzzles just to my liking and the strategy guide effective in detailing how to solve them. I love visiting the locations, and learning historical facts. It is a fun adventure with lots of great HOPS thrown in for good measure. This was an enthralling game and I learned quite a bit about Mithradates, and his conflict with the Romans. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorijb from Love it I have played all of the Hidden Expedition games and loved them all vary relaxing , the morphing objects and collectibles are fun and the graphics and sound are great. Hating to give up and with a good sale today I ended up purchasing the game. This game also contains a fun bonus chapter that ties up a certain loose end from the main game, so I would recommend paying extra for the collector's edition. The HO scenes were varied, interesting and very enjoyable. The mini-games were fun and plentiful. I would recommend play, buy, and enjoy. Many of the puzzles were straight forward and easy while others were scratching my head difficult. I enjoy this series in particular.

I really am enjoying this game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Parrotfish from I almost didn't buy it I Imperial Island 3 enjoy Eipix and don't hesitate to buy a new game, but this game had three really bad reviews and I hesitated. This was an enthralling game and I learned quite a bit about Mithradates, and his conflict with the Romans. I'll definitely try them again because I'm not going to remember the way Maggies Movies: Camera, Action! Collectors Edition do it by the time I replay! I have always loved this game series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Hifden riverdiver from Fine points, Facts, Fun! I truly love the way Eipix has structured their games and this one is no exception. This one falls into the better category for me. Scientific trivia, historical facts, dangerous situations, extraordinary settings are promised when the game loads. How could these games be boring? After iMthridates, you can no longer hear any speaker Laruaville 9 any reason. You have a map, hint button as in most games. At times I had to stop the game and do a bit of research to find out about Mithridates VI and his fascination with poison, whether a clepsydra really existed, about Lost Artifacts Collectors Edition and more.


12 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: The Curse of Mithridates

  1. Fortunately, purchasing the full game I had my trusty strategy guide on hand and that did offer a bit of help in solving or at least figuring out what I was supposed to do to solve some puzzles. I have always loved this game series. Date published: I'm a casual player and this game hits all the right notes for me. I even liked the bonus chapter.

  2. My only complaint is that some of the puzzles were downright confusing mainly because the instructions left a lot to be desired. I found the puzzles outstanding, some were new to me and not always on the easy side. Date published: One of the reasons that I think so many gamers might be down on this game is because it really does get off to a slow start.

  3. I even liked the bonus chapter. But this one grabbed my attention and kept it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by althea from Always Outstanding! As I played the demo, I became increasingly caught up and before I knew it the demo ended.

  4. Love this game, will change for 3 stars to 5 stars if this gets fixed in a timely manner. Many of the puzzles were straight forward and easy while others were scratching my head difficult. The main story was concluded well, the Bonus Chapter was an nice extension.

  5. It was very well done to see the agent getting tired, not concentrated, almost failing. I enjoyed the game very much and would recommend it highly. I would recommend play, buy, and enjoy. All in all, there is something for everyone in the game. I'm a casual player and this game hits all the right notes for me.

  6. You know what I mean; no innovation, predictable puzzles, hos, gameplay, etc. I even liked the bonus chapter. Always look forward to the next one. One of the reasons that I think so many gamers might be down on this game is because it really does get off to a slow start. Then something else happens you need to take care of first.

  7. I have recommended that the developer try to put a bit more forward movement into the beginning of their games and that might generate a bit more enthusiasm on the part of their audience. I finished it today, could have played on for a couple of days, but well. I will play this one again! I'll definitely try them again because I'm not going to remember the way to do it by the time I replay! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riverdiver from Fine points, Facts, Fun!

  8. At times I had to stop the game and do a bit of research to find out about Mithridates VI and his fascination with poison, whether a clepsydra really existed, about Grytviken and more. Try it for yourself. As I always say, to each their own. Looks like this is going to be either a you love it or you hate it game based on the reviews. I finished it today, could have played on for a couple of days, but well.

  9. It was very well done to see the agent getting tired, not concentrated, almost failing. After purchasing, you can no longer hear any speaker for any reason. This game also contains a fun bonus chapter that ties up a certain loose end from the main game, so I would recommend paying extra for the collector's edition. It took me about 45 minutes to play through the demo but that was with me skipping two puzzles. You know what I mean; no innovation, predictable puzzles, hos, gameplay, etc.

  10. I personally like this game and will be purchasing it. Fun to play, lots of things to do, plenty of puzzles and hos. The storyline was interesting. How could these games be boring?

  11. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorijb from Love it I have played all of the Hidden Expedition games and loved them all vary relaxing , the morphing objects and collectibles are fun and the graphics and sound are great. Long game and you get to learn about things as you play. How could these games be boring? I enjoyed the game very much and would recommend it highly. Game play, storyline, graphic are on point!

  12. I even liked the bonus chapter. Fortunately, purchasing the full game I had my trusty strategy guide on hand and that did offer a bit of help in solving or at least figuring out what I was supposed to do to solve some puzzles. The main story was concluded well, the Bonus Chapter was an nice extension.

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