An exciting adventure of a brave girl who found herself in a fantasy world. She has to find a way to stop the cursed beasts awakened after sleeping for a thousand years and coming to life for reasons unknown.


Lost Lands: the Golden Curse is an adventurous hidden object game-quest with puzzles and mini-games scattered through the boundless spaces of the fantasy world – from the volcano valleys to the Druid forest, from the deep caves to the floating islands.

One fine day an ordinary good-looking housewife, Susan, while visiting the museum of arts drops by an old looking glass which, for whatever reason, starts to beckon her up. When she touched the looking-glass, Susan was immediately transported into a magical fantasy world of the Lost Lands. She has been known for her heroic deeds as Susan the Warrior there.
Susan meets a child named Fiora, and the girl takes Susan to her great-grandfather, Maaron. Susan recognizes the Druid as an old acquaintance. Maaron explains that the village was attacked by a Harpy, the legendary winged beast. The strangest thing is that the demon has been a stone statue in the abandoned old fort for thousands of years.
Along with her friends Susan is ready to set forth into a volcano, go to a dungeon and climb floating islands to find out the reason why the Harpy, Naga, the Minotaur and Solidus, one after another, began coming to life from the stone prison and causing chaos in the Lost Lands. Naturally, the creatures must be stopped...

Game features:
• Explore over 50 stunning locations
• Complete over 40 different mini-games
• Challenge yourself with interactive hidden object scenes
• Assemble collections, gather morphing objects, and gain achievements
• The game is optimized for tablets and phones!

Immerse yourself in an amazing adventure in a fantasy world
Meet the peoples of the Lost Lands
Solve dozens of puzzles
Stop the demon troublemakers
Save the world from a danger threatening to annihilate every living thing

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What’s New

Version 1.0.3

Stability and performance improvements.
Added localization.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

mickey anonymouse ,

Thumbs Up

I have enjoyed all 3 of the Lost Lands games. Lots of places to go & things to find & problems to solve. There is a handy map included, in case you get lost in the Lost Lands (it happened to me more than once). Mini-games of varying difficulties. Good length game plus a bonus chapter keeps you busy for a while & makes it well worth the money.

Chasmoe Brown ,


Don’t get me wrong - I love these games. I love puzzles. And these folks do them fairly well. BUT, this particular one is SO frustratingly annoying. Oddly enough, because it gives too much info - OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN!

One aspect of the game is looking for several categories of items on each screen (hidden objects), so you end up clicking all around the screen to find them. BUT, when you click on certain locations of the area, like houses, a side character speaks to you, with messages such as “This is the house where I used to live”, or “This is a warehouse where we store . . “, or “that’s the volcano we’re going to" It would be fine the very first time the location is clicked on, BUT NOT EVERY TIME you click on it!! These locations take up major areas of the screen, so there’s no avoiding them. I’d give this game 4 stars but for this MAJOR annoyance

I’ve paid for several of their games, ‘cause like I said, I enjoy them. But I won’t be buying this one! Maybe there'll be another update, after version 1.03

Lhasa7 ,

Best adventure game of this type in a while

This is a really well-executed adventure game, which takes some time to complete and has a lot of nicely rendered scenes and characters. Well above average for its type, I played through all the way without running into any major bugs.

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