Atlantis: The Lost Tales

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Travel in time and step into the world of Atlantis, a civilization rich in wonder and sophistication. Reigning over an island of peace and plenty is Queen Rhea. Her reign is secure – or is it?

Find the truth by entering the life of Seth, the young hero of this mystery that unfolds over five continents. Live an adventure of epic proportions, whose outcome may well decide the fate of this fascinating universe of visual intensity, fantastic machines and unpredictable people.

  • OMNI-3D proprietary technology provides freedom of vision
  • Spectacular award winning full-screen 3D graphics
  • Character animation features motion capture and OMNI SYNC lip-synchronization vtechnology 3D sound: hear danger before it gets to you and act accordingly
  • 50 characters that you can talk to, 5 fascinating destinations each with its own culture and mysteries
  • An advanced, sophisticated civilization marked by intrigue
  • Challenging game play with intricate game sets and life-like dialogue characteristics (over 2.200 lines of dialogue)
  • Hundreds of objects to be manipulated, exchanged and activated
  • Wide range of puzzles and games
  • Original soundtrack recorded on acoustic instruments

Customer reviews


Discover the mysteries of the Atlantis

bybly | July 6, 2013 | See all bybly's reviews »

Atlantis: The Lost Tales was the first point and click adventure game I ever bought. It had everything such game needs - fascinating plot twists, challenging puzzles and interesting characters. From the very start the main character is trying to solve the case of the queen of the Atlantis who was kidnapped. Trying to achieve that goal you will visit many different places all over the world.

The game was published in 1997 and unfortunately the graphic looks bad. The OMNI-3D system which was great at that time, now is the greatest drawback of the game.

We must remember that the graphics are not the most important thing is point and click games. It looks good enough to fully experience the great story presented in this game. I've played this game over 15 years ago but I still remember those great plot twists like it was yesterday.

That's way I've decided that I'll give this game 90 points. Poor graphic doesn't change the fact that it's one of the greatest point and click games I've ever played.


Good Adventure

wire306 | July 5, 2013 | See all wire306's reviews »

I did enjoy this game quite a lot, of course it doesn't live up to the other games such as Alan Wake and the likes however, it has a fascinating story that doesn't really fail to disappoint. The graphics are a little lacking however if you are willing to put that past yourself then it is a really good game. I would suggest possibly waiting for it to go on sale though.


A good point and click adventure

Cavalieroscuro | July 2, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »

Even if now is very old, Atlantis is a fashinating adventure. You control Seth, and you must discover the truth behind Atlantis in a long adventure. The puzzles and dialogues are very good, the graphic sadly is old but manage to do its work. Give it a try and you will never regret.