Adam's Venture: Solomon's Secret
"_With this second instalment, Vertigo Games have taken positive strides in moving the Adam’s Venture series forward, adding refreshing variety to both the environments and puzzles. _" - adventuregamers.com
Adam Venture is an action explorer hero; adventurous but using his wits rather than resorting to violence. Brought to life from a third person perspective with the Unreal 3™ engine, adventure gamers are in for a real visual treat in combination with family values storytelling.
In this second installment of the episodic series, Adam Venture and his crew end up in 1920’s Jerusalem after having escaped alive from the Caverns of Eden. On their continuous search for the Lost Garden of Eden, they become entangled in a thickening plot featuring a ruthless dig for the ancient King Solomon’s treasure - but is that really all there is to it? Not all is as it seems…
Developed using the critically acclaimed Unreal 3 Engine.
Second game of the episodic series. Brilliantly rendered in vivid 3D for striking visuals and truly stunning environments that breathe life into the story.
Non Violent gameplay.
Engaging storyline weaving a classic adventure with biblical overtones, adding more characters, depth and twists in this second game of the series.
8 distinct levels, including outdoor environments, with much longer gameplay.
Over 50 challenging puzzles, varying in difficulty degree.
Too shortpanz3r88 | Oct. 28, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
Adam Venture:Solomon's Secret is a good adventure where you must travel through the various levels and solve various puzzles. There is a good variety of puzzle's to solve: there are math problems, sequences to solve or puzzles that require to move objects in the right moment. The game is quite fun and it has a good graphic, but it's really short: in three hours you will reach the end of the game
Great!jeyko | Aug. 12, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
The second episode of Advam's Venture - Solomon's Secret - is great! The gameplay is classic point and click, though the pathfinding is clunky sometimes. The graphics are gorgeous and built on Unreal Engine. Though one of the things which the first game suffered from too is its difficulty. The puzzles are clever, but there aren't enough of them and they are mostly really easy. But when you get over those issues, this is a nice and solid adventure game.