Eipix proudly presents the next installment of the beloved Sea of Lies series! Welcome aboard, Doctor! With an increase in pirate attacks, you've been asked to join the crew as the ship's surgeon. What should be a normal voyage quickly turns into a quest filled with giant sea monsters and espionage. It's up to you to discover who's really behind the attacks. Do you have what it takes to help your comrades before it's too late? Find hidden objects and solve puzzles to help along the way.
Sea of Lies: Beneath the Surface Collectors Edition ans
Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by roaming from Arrgghh Run it up Sweet Lily Dreams: Chapter 1 flagpole. This is another great addition to The Sea of Lies, although none of them seem to hold a candle to the original episode. Most of the HOP's are interactive list finds, but there are silhouetted shape finds, descriptions of items to find and even scenes that require you find 5 of the same objects on each side which gives you a tool to unlock the list of items. The Hidden Object Scenes are not bad, but again, there's no wow factor. Until I got tired, this is what I encountered in the demo: Last Resort Island met a woman from the island who collected poisonous plants. There are plus signs on some of the inventory items requiring an extra step before the items can be used, some of which are in the form of a small simple puzzle to solve. The cinematics are excellent, voiceovers are good, Vagrant Hearts drawn characters, and most tasks are logical. You can turn off helpful messages in the custom settings, but you can't get rid of "Let's see," "What could I possibly do here," "Let me think," etc. The only collectibles are 45 signs and 28 souvenirs. Matching puzzle. EASY J. Only issue: length, it was a little bit Sea of Lies: Beneath the Surface Collectors Edition short.
FROG scene. Match up the correct 6 signal flags on a display map. The shores of Puerto Valiz are nearby, but the pirates are relentless, and they attempt to cut off all sources of communication to and from the small town of Elberton. Loved everything about the game, such as storyline, awesome graphics, the ocean and submarine! I am a-maze-d. EASY B. Date published: Other than that good. Sliding rings puzzle. This little semi-precious gem has a pirate theme, which suits me, with a dash of Mayan culture. The HO's were ok. Nicely done. The captain has a few choice words of course and that is soon settled. The graphics for the most part were clean cut and crisp, like you were right there, except maybe the brief scene on the ship before it sank, The music was a little distracting, had to turn it down some, maybe because it was 5 in the am. The graphics are beautiful, colorful, and capture the nautical theme.
The only collectibles are 45 signs and 28 souvenirs. You survived a shipwreck, there was something mysterious about. You light up my life-less skull. Move buttons to redirect 3 colors of light to reach 3 skulls so that each skull receives the correct color of light. The extras include 12 Achievements. So this game was a great relief from all of the HOGs that involve magical stuff. Mathematical puzzle. Animal Drop Safari puzzle. Multiple step. Other than that good. This is another great addition to The Sea of Lies, although none Edjtion them seem to hold a candle to the Mad Mouse episode.
EASY E. The extras include 12 Achievements. This is another great addition to The Sea of Lies, although none of them seem to hold a candle to the original episode. Maze puzzle. Im tired of magic or blue and purple steam or mists and evil underlords. Based on a ship. I like collecting the captain wheels. A pirate attack and a monster attack at the same time? Just will have to think about it. Using levers, move flags to match up with a diagram. You can customize your game-play to set for no tutorial and fast refresh on the skip and hint which is always good in my book. HOS are interactive but also awkward and the puzzles the same.
You can switch to match 3. From what I played of this game, I did enjoy. It's not a very hard game for experienced Fishies , but great for newbies to this genre. STORY: As a shipwrecked surgeon trapped on the island of Puerto Valiz, you must find a way to stop a vengeful vixen from isolating the island from the outside world. You can replay 15 HOP scenes and 17 Mini-games. The puzzles vary in difficulty and variety. The return of the Maya. Story line was just okay. There's a bit of potion-mixing, and I'm lukewarm on that. The story is straightforward and easy to follow. The game curser is way too big and clumsy but it can be changed. Only issue: length, it was a little bit too short.. EASY I. Detailed and vibrant. Your ship is a wreck.
She just stands there and stares at you a lot. The cinematics are excellent, voiceovers are good, well drawn characters, and most tasks are logical. Something not quite right about her. Using levers, move flags to match up with a diagram. Some silhouettes. He didn't seemed healed to me. The HOs are varied, but nothing you haven't seen before. No morphs, alas. The graphics are beautiful, colorful, and capture the nautical theme. I thoroughly enjoyed it. In the 36 mins of the demo that I played, I played two HOS, and it was your typical find one part, and that part connected to another part, etc my favorite kind. Towards the end some of the games had no instructions and were difficult to maneuver.