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Margrave Mysteries: The Lost Ship

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Margrave Mysteries: The Lost Ship

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Help Edwina Margrave find her grandfather’s hidden treasure in this exciting hidden object adventure game! Edwin Margrave was a famed treasure hunter, whose ship disappeared mysteriously over a decade ago. Now, the ship has reappeared and it is up to Edwina to find out what happened. Learn about the legendary treasure and follow the clues to discover the mystery of the lost ship!

  • Play again and again – items change position every time you play!
  • Solve perplexing puzzles to unlock even more secrets
  • Use letters and log entries to discover the fate of the lost crew
  • Collect special items and display them in your own collection room
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Publisher:
Avanquest
Developer:
Avanquest
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Source:
Avanquest
Released:
Thursday, May 6, 2010
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Minimum Requirements
  • Windows Vista/7
  • Pentium 800MHZ or higher
  • 256MB RAM
  • 160MB free Hard Disk Space
  • DirectX 8.1 or later
Recommended Requirements
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Pentium 800MHZ or higher
  • 256MB RAM
  • 160MB free Hard Disk Space
  • DirectX 8.1 or later
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Reviews for Margrave Mysteries: The Lost Ship

66
Good puzzles

This game is unique, that's why the puzzles are sometimes hard so solve. The graphics aren't the best in the world, but the game is a little bit dated. The gameplay is done well. Worth getting on a sale.

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What replayability?

This is one of the worst puzzle games I have ever played. The graphics are awful, the puzzles are too easy or too challenging with no balance, and the story is ridiculous. The description says that you can play the game over and over again as the items change places. This is nonsense, as the game is still as dull as the first play-through. However, for those who are bored and are looking for a challenge, this could be an option.

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