A fun point and click adventure game
Continue the adventure of the The Lost Ship in this longer quest as you hunt for the pirate’s lost treasure in this beautifully designed classic point and click adventure puzzle game. Explore a pirate’s cove, ancient temple, and structures of past tree dwelling inhabitants. Discover hidden passageways, clues and puzzles along the way!
Uncle Henry has been hunting lost treasures for as long as you can remember. His legendary stories of adventure excited your imagination as you were a child growing up. Now with your newly acquired archeology skills, he has been reaching out from time to time for your help in tracking down some of these difficult to find treasures.
In his latest quest, he has used the map you discovered in the lost ship and tracked down the location of the pirate’s cove. You must explore the island, find clues, and solve puzzles left behind by the pirates to discover the location of the lost treasure!
This captivating adventure game has:
- Custom designed beautiful HD graphics!
- Custom composed soundtrack and sound effects!
- A dynamic map to show the screens you have visited and current location
- A camera that takes photos of clues and symbols as you discover them
- Dozens of puzzles, clues, and items
- Auto saves your progress
- Available for phones and tablets!
- Instantly move around the map reducing travel time with Fast-travel
- Get helpful text hints that nudge you in the right direction and complete walkthrough videos for each hint and puzzle
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Ratings and Reviews
This has to be my favorite; 1. because it’s long and 2. It’s contains the two pianos 3. It also has the best puzzles in my humble opinion. So because these are the type of games I enjoy, I went searching for others different than these. Well, I ended up abandoning most all other types of adventures for one reason or another. These have proven to be my favorite. They don’t take forever to learn them. A toil that is my least favorite about all games. When I pay for a game I don’t want to spend hours figuring out how to play. These also contain more clues and puzzles than any other adventure game; of which there seem to be few. These were different. The learning curve was minimal yet they are challenging and fun. But I hate it when it’s all over. That has to be the goal of any good game, is to have players regret when it’s completed.
I applaud you Syntaxity. Please make more as I have finished all of them. I assume that is what you are doing so let me say I support your efforts by which I mean I will gladly pay for these games as I would rather pay for a game than getting it for free.. I await your next adventure with great eagerness. I will keep checking back for future episodes of the lost?, or the missing? In ? Castle, no matter, I will be happy with whatever you come up with.
Thank you, Candy
A small treasure
I’m not entirely sure exactly why, but this game was a lot of fun to play. It just seemed like it “clicked” for me (point-and-clicked😬). The music was nice, though a bit repetitive. The navigation was spot-on: movement was fast and precise, interaction with objects was a breeze, and tools worked as they should on the first try (yay!). The puzzles were of average difficulty. Many of them had to be solved sequentially as they depended on each other for certain clues, but that seemed to add to the feeling of being on a journey. I also liked that not all objects had immediate application upon discovery; some things you found at the beginning didn’t make sense until later in the story. Additionally, some puzzles at the start couldn’t be solved until much further into the tale. For me, this helped give the game a bit more complexity and a somewhat satisfying feeling as I finally figured out how to solve that puzzle that I nearly forgot about. Certainly one of the more enjoyable of this genre that I’ve played, I whole-heartedly recommend this game and would consider investing in some of their other ones.
Simply a must-have
Since finally trying Blackthorn Castle last year, I was thoroughly impressed by the lack of glitches, smoothe gameplay with a functional and easy to use User Interface, explorative setting locations, challenging yet not too difficult to beat, quality graphics, realistic style, sound effects and music as well as the adventurous nature of these games. One after the other, I tried each game and delightfully found the same satisfaction in all (current) six.
Then, you released your bountiful update for the Lost Ship, which was originally much too short. Now seeing the pattern of adding similar updates and extra content, in order of original release, I eagerly await more to be released.
If I had to describe these games, in as few words, I would say they are honestly must-haves and instant buys for this genre. If a new game were to be released, I would buy it as soon as I found out about it. Having them all up to now is not enough because they are so satisfying. But there's more.
I discovered an interesting alternative to their replay value. Sure once you play them you might get tired. I liked Blackthorn so much I kept replaying it, but with an unexpected challenge I put to myself. Memory. I've repeatedly played them several times each as a way to stregthen my memory
So, I look forward to each new game/additional content Syntaxity releases. To be honest, you couldn’t release add-on or new game content fast enough.
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- Syntaxity Inc.
- 170.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2015 Syntaxity Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Hints $0.99
- Unlock Fast Travel $0.99
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