A dreamy trip to Atlantis
In 2020 in the desert of Hoggar, a young Egyptologist is looking for a building that the Ancient Egyptians built...
In 2020 in the desert of Hoggar, a young Egyptologist is looking for a building that the Ancient Egyptians built. There, she meets a Touareg who apparently wants to help her and discovers fantastical machines that seem to come from another world. She decides to activate them to help her move forward in her search. But she doesn't yet realize that she'll have to go back through several periods and civilizations in history for the most mysterious and dangerous of adventures: The quest for Atlantis.
A Point&Click adventure using 360° vision technology in every scene.
The game is not a copycat portage of the PC version but an adaptation for touch screens and mobile platforms.
• All voices and texts in English!
• A thrilling adventure that will push you back into several periods of history
• Magnificent graphics that faithfully represent each universe
• A captivating history with amazing high-quality graphics
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Jules Verne's Return to Mysterious Island 2
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Only on Mac:
Still Life 2 - Director's Cut
- Correction of minor bugs
- Various improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
95% of important stuff skipped
So apparently this version of the game skips about 95% of the content from the PC version. Missed dialogues, interactions and more. The game makes no sense to me and this is the only version I have played (googled a guide from gameboomers to see if I missed some stuff. Turns out I missed the whole story :/)
Unlike a previous reviewer I like the graphics, though not the Near-East type world they create at the beginning of the game. Fortunately that world is left behind soon. Judging this game by comparing it to most games out there, I'm giving it five stars. I love this type of straightforward, gimmickless adventure game, and the occasional humor was nice. But I got spoiled by some of the other Microids games out there, such as the two Dracula games and Amerzone, and this one seemed a bit more choppy and less consistent, probably because it contained more worlds. I may also have a bias toward dark, Dracula-type themes. But I'll gladly replay this game before I play another silly hidden objects game.
If you're still wandering in the hills, look for a cave. If you have no stick to make a fire, it's because you haven't found the right stick yet. If the two sages don't answer your questions, it's because you haven't approached them in the right order. ("Come child" means come ask ME the next question.) If you want to win this game, don't just look straight ahead, look all around you, including the ground.
Is this a joke?
Am i missing something? The sample images look great. The reviews are good. Honestly, i cannot even tell what is going on, because the graphics are so bad. The scenes look like they were made for iphone and stretched to the ipad screen. Actually, made for iphone would be good. They look like they were made for a 1998'ish "smartphone" (you know, the ones that only run almost-color versions of pong. It is horrible. Its almost worth buying just to get a look at how ugly it is. Like buying tickets to see the elephant man at a freakshow. This has to be the worste game ever made. The audio is dreadful at best. The music drowns out what talking there is. The scenes look so much alike, ou cant even tell whats going on. Did i mention the graphics were terrible? Pardon me whilst i pluck out my own eyes...
- 781.7 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Microïds. Microïds is a trademark of Anuman Interactive. © 2012 Anuman Interactive SA.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.