Adam's Venture Episode 1: The Search For The Lost Garden
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Adam's Venture is a new action & exploration game. Brought to life from a third person perspective with the Unreal 3™ engine, adventure gamers are in for a real visual treat.
Set during the 1920’s, Adam’s Venture delivers a unique combination of action oriented gameplay with classic puzzle solving, that takes you on an epic journey to the middle East to discover the legendary Lost Garden of Eden – but an ancient evil tries to prevent you from succeeding...
The Search for the Lost Garden will be the first episode in the Adam's Venture series and introduces you to young explorer Adam Venture. Deciphering relics in an old Templar Church, Adam uncovers memoirs written long ago by a crusader who fought with Richard the Lionheart in the Holy Lands. The memoirs tell of a mysterious place with labyrinths of caves and grottos guarding the headwaters of four great rivers. Could this place be the legendary lost Garden of Eden? This discovery sets off a great adventure. Accompanied by Professor Jacques Saint Omair, and his girlfriend Evelyn, the team embarks on an epic adventure fraught with mystery, intrigue and danger in their quest to find the legendary birth place of humanity.
First game of the episodic series.
Uses motion capture technology for realistic animations.
Developed using the critically acclaimed Unreal® EngineTM 3.
Brilliantly rendered in vivid 3D for striking visuals and truly stunning environments.
Non-violent, family friendly gameplay.
Rich and involving storyline that weaves a classic adventure with historical overtones.
Physically interact with objects and your surroundings, to really absorb yourself into the atmosphere.
Challenging puzzles and action oriented game-play brings a whole new depth and feel to the adventure genre.
Mediocre adventure game, worth its low pricemahon | April 15, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
Adam's Venture Episode 1: The Search For The Lost Garden is the first of three game about a "not Indiana Jones".
The original character comes to mind immediately, and it's not for the game's benefit, because Indy continues to outshine Adam all the time. The game was supposed to be a mix of action game with puzzle elements that we know from adventure games. Sounds good, doesn't it? Unfortunately the game falls short of most expectations, be it about puzzles, characters or bad dialogue. The positive thing is that it's very cheap, so if you want a cheap adventure-game-style pastime, Adam's Venture may suit your needs. Or if you are a collector of adventure games. It's not a bad game, but nothing more than mediocre.