Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collectors Edition

As it turns out, Leonardo Da Vinci had invented the time machine all those years ago! However, things didn’t go as planned with the new invention. Due to an error in the calculations, Da Vinci’s loved one, Cecilia, was sent back in time! To rescue her, Da Vinci decided to follow Cecilia into the past, but accidentally travelled to the future! It’s not too late to undo the damage, but the great scientist will need help from Alicia Quatermain! The duo will travel across time and space and visit mythical places! Can Alicia and Da Vinci save Cecilia and prevent a time travel disaster?


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I haven't completed it yet, but felt the need to say how much I'm enjoying the beautiful artwork, cute characters and interesting additions. Write a post! However, playing in untimed mode does give the player ample time to appreciate the very detailed and lovely artwork, as I stated above. Once you've played this, you don't need to keep reading the dialogue, Mah Jong Quest II allow skipping or moving through it quicker. Some levels were very challenging, which I like. Cool graphics, an exciting Aliica, challenging and interesting levels! Discuss with other players! Submit Thank you for writing a review! I like the game though! Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Note that your review won't Collcetors visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Try it and Alidia if you like it. Nice game, very much recommended!

I didn't know about the puzzle pieces until I had finished the game and wondered why I didn't have enough stars to finish the museum, so that was kind of frustrating. Look sharp or you'll miss some obstacles in your path. Rated 5 out of 5 by plat from What A Very Pretty Game Yes, folks, this is a timed resource management game, where you build, collect, discover, and use your brain every so often in order to complete quests before level's time is up. Overall, a lot of fun. At the end of the day it's a great little gem, and has the fun factor feeling of actually rushing around, using bonuses and strategy wisely and wondering what may be in store on each level and enough variety to keep your interest. One other very new feature is you are often taken aside during a level to explore a cave which has the major resources you need and then you return to the level to complete it. The game is quite complicated and no less interesting! Now this game is a collaboration of two well-known, awesome game developers and you will find little hints of other games they've done but this is unique and stands on its own. The plot is in the same genre as Chase for Adventure, with exploration in the jungles theme. All in all, a great game! Achievements are shown on the map, and there are three levels of difficulty. This game on its merits is not the 'greatest' TM ever made, but it really is a fabulous quality offering. The only problem I had was I could not figure out how to win the final achievement trophy.

Now this game Sparkle Unleashed a collaboration of two well-known, awesome game developers and you will Stone Jong little hints of other games they've done but this is Collectorx and stands on its own. I haven't completed it yet, but felt the need to say how much I'm enjoying the beautiful artwork, cute characters and interesting additions. You really never know when you are 'quite finished'. Would like to be able to skip some of the Quatrrmain within each level. Nice game, very much recommended!


Cool graphics, an exciting story, challenging and interesting levels! I think this adds to the fun factor. Overall, a lot of fun. I didn't know about the puzzle pieces until I had finished the game and wondered why I didn't have enough stars to finish the museum, so that was kind of frustrating. Good balance of strategy and time management, but goodness are those puzzle pieces hard to find sometimes! Great plot idea, unusual game situations! A few features different from the others in the series is that the tasks are not all shown at the start.. The game is quite complicated and no less interesting! Plenty to do. There is of course the familiar play in this series, collecting a puzzle piece on each level for a jigsaw which are well hidden in this one but you can go back and collect them anytime The CE strategy guide also shows where they are. There's easy, normal and difficult modes, and difficult means what it says. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! However, playing in untimed mode does give the player ample time to appreciate the very detailed and lovely artwork, as I stated above. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dianna from Time Management Fun I only played a few levels on the easy Untimed mode but really enjoyed the typical Time Management game with the typical bonus helpers and typical rewards.

So I'll wait for the SE on this one. Second time around happening now and I am looking for the puzzle pieces this time. A few features different from the others in the series is that the tasks are not all shown at the start.. Overall, a lot of fun. Keep them up! There's easy, normal and difficult modes, and difficult means what it says. Glad to see GameHouse posted a walkthrough on their blog - it helped me find the areas I missed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bonz54 from Did not dissappoint Great continuation of the Quartermain series. Submit Thank you for writing a review! First thing that needs fixing is the narration volume, it does not allow to turn it up in the settings dialog cause it barely can be heard. I recommend this game to everyone! One other very new feature is you are often taken aside during a level to explore a cave which has the major resources you need and then you return to the level to complete it. I'm in the demo right now but the collector's edition is for me for the extra 11 levels.

Some strategy and good story line. I enjoyed the story line and have finished the entire game. Visually it's interesting. All in all, a great game! Some levels were very challenging, which I like. Thank you love time management so happy to see a new game again. Even though there is not a great amount of difference in the gameplay to others in the series, the developers have made a great effort to give variety, thoughtful timing, good strategy and pleasant graphics. Played it for quite a while before completing all levels on 'normal' and 'hard'. Try it and see if you like it. This is just a great game. Some may feel it is not worth a CE price as there is not a bonus chapter but instead you find puzzle pieces to put together and recieve an extra segment for each puzzle. I loved this. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly.

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12 thoughts on “Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collectors Edition

  1. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bonz54 from Did not dissappoint Great continuation of the Quartermain series. Glad to see GameHouse posted a walkthrough on their blog - it helped me find the areas I missed. It's definitely challenging! Played it for quite a while before completing all levels on 'normal' and 'hard'.

  2. I think this adds to the fun factor. If you like the last 3 you'll enjoy playing this one too. Second time around happening now and I am looking for the puzzle pieces this time. Look sharp or you'll miss some obstacles in your path. Even though there is not a great amount of difference in the gameplay to others in the series, the developers have made a great effort to give variety, thoughtful timing, good strategy and pleasant graphics.

  3. It was fun and challenging with a good storyline. There are a few new features and challenges to make it interesting. All in all, a great game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by puzzler46 from I give it 4. Rated 5 out of 5 by plat from What A Very Pretty Game Yes, folks, this is a timed resource management game, where you build, collect, discover, and use your brain every so often in order to complete quests before level's time is up.

  4. My only quibble with this game is that those who, through no fault of their own, are unable to play in timed mode do not receive stars and therefore cannot enjoy one of the bonus components of this game. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. If you like the last 3 you'll enjoy playing this one too. One other very new feature is you are often taken aside during a level to explore a cave which has the major resources you need and then you return to the level to complete it.

  5. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by newhaven14 from Great addition to the Quatermain Games This is just as much of a challenge as the first three were. The plot is in the same genre as Chase for Adventure, with exploration in the jungles theme.

  6. The plot is in the same genre as Chase for Adventure, with exploration in the jungles theme. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Thank you love time management so happy to see a new game again. Love the new twist of the setting being under the sea, makes a great change to this series of games.

  7. It doesn't really matter, it was great fun. There are new elements not present in previous Alicia Quatermain games, but many of my favorites remain. Second time around happening now and I am looking for the puzzle pieces this time. Played it for quite a while before completing all levels on 'normal' and 'hard'.

  8. All in all, a great game! Second time around happening now and I am looking for the puzzle pieces this time. Discuss with other players! We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead.

  9. I feel like I got my money's worth out of this one for sure. There are new elements not present in previous Alicia Quatermain games, but many of my favorites remain. Wish it was longer. I loved her past parts I loved the new!

  10. Glad to see GameHouse posted a walkthrough on their blog - it helped me find the areas I missed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bonz54 from Did not dissappoint Great continuation of the Quartermain series. If you like the last 3 you'll enjoy playing this one too.

  11. You really never know when you are 'quite finished'. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Even though there is not a great amount of difference in the gameplay to others in the series, the developers have made a great effort to give variety, thoughtful timing, good strategy and pleasant graphics.

  12. Thank you love time management so happy to see a new game again. Once you've played this, you don't need to keep reading the dialogue, developers allow skipping or moving through it quicker. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by newhaven14 from Great addition to the Quatermain Games This is just as much of a challenge as the first three were.

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