Explore the wonders of the biblical King Herod
s lost tomb in this stunningly scenic Hidden Object Game! Follow the intrepid eye of National Geographic ™ as they recreate the mysterious life and death of one of historys most infamous rulers! Thrill to exciting footage from the National Geographic television event as you hunt down elusive hidden objects and test your mettle with challenging mini-games. Delve into National Geographic presents Herod`s Lost Tomb today!
Graphics: 8 - Has that ancient kinda feel to it. Audio: 7 - Average. Controls: 8 - Basic point-and-click game. Story: 3 - I still don't get it Lifespan: 8 - If you are a very patient person, then you should get this Overall: 68 - I don't like these kind of games. They make me sad.
Herod's Lost Tomb manages to be interesting in a way that many hidden object games are not: the scenes are nice to look at. So many of the other titles in this genre have cluttered, bland set pieces you must find items in that they quickly become boring and not a little irritating, too. Controls are standard fare, and easily recognizable to connoisseurs of this style of games. Sound is adequate, but not overly memorable - it does the job, but nothing more. The story is quite good, though, and has quite a lot of detail buried in it, much like you'd expect anything National Geographic stamps its name onto would. The graphics are where this little gem shine, though, and there are several areas that are just plain stunning - the interior of the tomb is a special treat, with well-used lighting effects by the developers. The puzzles range widely in difficulty, but some of them truly are quite hard, and will take more than a few attempts to solve - I found the inclusion of these ones rather surprising, but with a little effort, even the younger audiences will be able to prevail. Quite a nice little game, and one well worth the cost, if you ask me.
It's a point and click game, a game genre with mostly boring and uninteresting games. Is this one any different? A bit. The game has some very hard puzzles, but the searching of the items is still anything but interesting. For this price though, you can't really complain. After all, it's still fun to play, as are all point and click games. The not so very strong story behind this game is to unravel the secrets of Herods tomb.
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