Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman

Pieces of an ancient talisman have been separated, and now it’s up to you bring them back together before it is too late! Protect Banderville College and figure out who is behind this dastardly plan. Help Lara with your Hidden Object skills and get to the bottom of this intriguing mystery in Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman!

Graphics and text are blurry. I especially liked the "open door" concept that tells which areas to search and eliminates a LOT of frustration and useless backtracking. They were really made easy for people that are new to this kind of genre of gaming. Furthermore, navigation from one area to the next is often unituitive. This game would be great for a beginner. Clues are in your journal. This game had a lot of HOS but a lot of the objects were incredibly small. The Bad Forgettable. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by TopazMystique from Looking forward to the sequel! Very few hidden objects are truly hard to find. There is also a hint button that will give you a tip if needed. The storyline is fun, and the fact that you can only enter rooms at some times and not others makes it interesting.

Then I realized that the game had a glitch in it that still needed to be repaired. The storyline lacked something and it was as if the developers were trying to play off of another game with a character with a similar sounding name. I was attracted to this game because of the quality of graphics and how well the drawings looked, which was a good selling point aside from the special offer. It lacked the excitement and interesting feel that other games have of this genre that I have played. There is also a hint button that will give you a tip if needed. Lara goes to Italy in search of clues. If you don't know what to do next, just look for an unlocked door, or click on the hint button and it will tell you. This game would be great for a beginner. My knees were actually beginning to hurt. If there is some kind of mini-game once in a while, there is also a Skip button if needed. Choice of difficulty settings. The graphics and sound are good.


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It is not that hard. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Flossi24 from Definitely Different I read the reviews but tried the demo anyway. The music was nice but the "ghostly" noises were totally unnecessary. Graphics and text are blurry. You are on the Laea of a college and you go from room to room looking for objects that you Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman. Larz if you really stuck and not sure where to go the hint button will give you an idea where to go next. While I suppose one could get used to this perspective, it is immediately jarring and unpleasant. I would recommend this game. I Vagrant Hearts recommend this game if you are familiar with this kind of gaming genre since it would be way too easy to play and the amount of errors in Tlisman game takes away from it being fun. One drawback and it is Th a lot of games these days is items that are not physical objects, i. Overall, it was ok. A nice fun game. The puzzles I encountered were not to easy I think just right for this game.

Rated 5 out of 5 by tailswhiskers from Fun anddid not want it to end When I started to play this game, I found out that it takes place at a college. There was some back and forth between locations that annoys me but the hint button was a quick way to find out where to go next. Problem is, the items are so difficult to find I got a headache. The biggest problem with The Lost Talisman is its graphical design. At the end there is a statement leading us to believe there will be a sequel. Then I realized that the game had a glitch in it that still needed to be repaired. I'm giving it a pretty unenthusiastic recommendation. I really wanted to like this game but the story line was weak, lacked continuity and form. I was attracted to this game because of the quality of graphics and how well the drawings looked, which was a good selling point aside from the special offer. The storyline lacked something and it was as if the developers were trying to play off of another game with a character with a similar sounding name. You have to locate 8 talismans and bring them together. In this current form however, its short length and many problems make this one something to fly through once, and then forget about instantly, or better yet, not even play at all. Sound was muted so I couldn't tell you much.

Choice LandGrabbers difficulty settings. The Bad Forgettable. I especially liked Regency Solitaire "open door" concept that tells which areas to search and Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman a LOT of frustration and useless backtracking. After being hired Rock Tour a college Dean to investigate a series of six Talismans that he has hidden around campus, Lara quickly discovers that the separation of these Talismans unleashes untold evil upon the world, sending her on a fairly brief journey to track down the six and remove the evil before it spreads. Could be just what you're looking for. It's a straight forward HOG with a few puzzles thrown in. Clues are in your journal. When I entered the music room I thought, "sure am glad I'm not playing this game in the dark! While I Takisman one could get used to this perspective, it is immediately jarring and unpleasant.


While I suppose one could get used to this perspective, it is immediately jarring and unpleasant. A journal helps you to use some of the objects. When I entered the music room I thought, "sure am glad I'm not playing this game in the dark! Nothing that will challenge an expert HOG player. My knees were actually beginning to hurt. I don't recommend this game if you are familiar with this kind of gaming genre since it would be way too easy to play and the amount of errors in the game takes away from it being fun. Every room you enter, there is an HOG to play. An equal opportunity game, Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman makes room for small and big problems alike. I was rather disappointed at some of the grammatical errors that I noticed in the game. Lack of instruction on some puzzles. I like games with that feature. It lacked the excitement and interesting feel that other games have of this genre that I have played. If there is some kind of mini-game once in a while, there is also a Skip button if needed. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining Looks lige other seek and find criminal challenge, but is a fine one. Graphics and text are blurry.

3 thoughts on “Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman

  1. The HOS are mixed up with fun puzzles, not too hard, nor too easy. The game wasn't very long. I will let you guess who. At the end there is a big hint about a sequel.

  2. At the end there is a big hint about a sequel. I considered the graphics to be mostly excellent and one of the reasons I bought the game. Every so often you find a talisman and have to place it correctly in a design.

  3. You have to locate 8 talismans and bring them together. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Collect the 7 talismans of the artifact. Perhaps that's why it's on DD now.

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