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Samantha Swift Mystery Trilogy Pack (PC CD)
- Features 3 great Samantha Swift mystery adventures
- Samantha Swift and theHidden Roses of Athena features more than 50 exciting levels to explore
- In Samantha Swift and The Golden Touch collect precious artefacts from around the world and piece together clues
- The new adventure Samantha Swift an the Mystery of Atlantis features over 40 hidden-object levels
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SAMANTHA SWIFT MYSTERY TRI PK
Travel the world and unravel the mysteries with Samantha Swift in this triple hidden-object adventure pack!
1. Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena,p>Use your keen sense of observation to uncover treasures around the globe and unravel the mystery of the Roses of Athena shield. Be cautious – guard the shield from falling into the wrong hands as evil powers are always watching you.
More than 50 exciting levels to explore
Find all 6 roses to complete the Shield of Athena
2. Samantha Swift and the Golden Touch
Travel to exotic locations as you help uncover the ancient secrets and mysteries shrouding the famous King Midas’ Golden Touch!
Collect artefacts and piece together clues
All new levels, backgrounds and puzzles to explore
3. Samantha Swift and the Mystery from Atlantis
Race across the globe in a daring search for the missing pieces of the Atlantean treasure. Dire consequences for humanity are at stake from a calculating new villain who crosses your path at every turn.
40 hidden-object adventure levels!
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If you're enamoured with the hidden object genre then these are up your street and I won't hesitate to recommend them, but if you're new then this pack might put you off or sour your taste. The games are fairly short but they can feel like they're dragging on, and the increasing complexity takes away from the gameplay rather than bolstering it.
The menu consists of a PDA which you have to locate, along with a scanner, in the first level of each game. The PDA allows for basic customisations together with the usual main menu options and the scanner will show the silhouette of an item to save using a hint although over clicking will temporarily disable it.
The artwork is very simplistic and almost childish. The drawings themselves are adequate and clear but not very inspiring and no effort has been made in respect to size, placement or orientation of the individual items. As many locations are visited around the globe there are impressively numerous variations of scenes.
The animations are also very basic although they are slightly more complicated in the third game. The cut scenes are simply drawn and have the same style throughout all three games. After the umpteenth time of returning to the museum however, you will probably be glad that they can also be skipped.
The simple premise of all three games is to locate hidden items shown on two lists of objects with the items written in blue being hidden and requiring tools to find. Occasionally it is obvious where further action is required but, for the most part, it is not that clear. By running the cursor over the screen any area requiring action will sparkle or a geared symbol will appear to indicate something is hidden. Once the lists are complete one or two `special' items have to be found and sometimes another area has to be investigated in order to obtain the requisite tool for the job. By the third game the use of tools becomes far more complicated although still relatively easy.Read more ›
and makes you think of were to go next. would recommend it to all.