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    Amazing Adventures 2: Around The World

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    Post by JustTheFacts on Thu Sep 05, 2013 9:43 am

    Amazing Adventures: Around The World
    by Spintop Games

    Series links: Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb, Amazing Adventures 2: Around The World, Amazing Adventures 3: The Caribbean Secret, Amazing Adventures 4: The Forgotten Dynasty, Amazing Adventures 5: The Riddle Of The Two Knights

    Available at:
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    Find hidden objects and circumvent unique puzzle traps in Amazing Adventures: Around the World. Pieces of an ancient stone tablet have started turning up around the globe and the Museum needs your help to locate the pieces and find the most expensive gem ever known - the World Diamond. Under the direction of the Museum, you must immediately begin your global Hidden Object Adventure. Good luck on your around the world adventure!

    • Explore exotic locations
    • Play unique mini-games
    • Unlock new game modes

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    REVIEW:

    Another Classic HO Game

    Sunny Sunny Sunny 

    BASED ON COMPLETED GAME

    Your mission in this sequel to The Lost Tomb is travel around the world to recover the World Diamond. The scenes are all over the place, and therefore give the game more variety than its predecessor. Other than that, slightly better graphics, and a couple of different puzzles, this game is identical to the first.

    The formula is still strictly one static noninteractive HO scene followed by a puzzle: multiply by 25. You return to each location randomly and often. As before, they do have collectibles that unlock unlimited play, and they are timed and scored. Personally, I don’t like these games, but I think that are quite good examples of pure HO games, so if that’s what you like, I’d recommend  it.

    I recommend this game!

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