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    Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls

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    genkicoll

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    Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:30 pm

    Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls
    Published by: Intenium

    Available from: ScreenSeven
    Big Fish for PC
    GameHouse
    iWin
    Alawar



    The legendary Crystal Skulls have been lost for centuries. Sandra
    Fleming is hired to find them for Professor Harold Wagner. Will Sandra
    be able to retrieve the skulls from a terrifying volcanic island, the
    snowy mountains of Nepal, or the jungles of Amazon River? Join her on
    her quest in this fantastic Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Dive
    into Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls and go on an exciting journey!

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    genkicoll

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    Re: Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 10:33 pm

    Sandra Fleming Chronicles: Crystal Skulls (AHOG)

    What a refreshing change from our usual fare - a game that doesn't hold your hand and actually makes you think.

    This is an Adventure-HOG, with not a lot of HOG scenes thrown in.
    The graphics are just beautiful, in some places even breathtaking.
    There is a full-screen/windowed option, but no option to turn off the
    custom cursor.

    The gameplay itself is deliciously challenging, but not to the
    point of being impossible or too frustrating to play. The HINT meter
    refills slowly, but you can also gain hints by collecting ancient coins.
    I always enjoy the extra challenge of finding extra items, though I
    did try not to use the hints Wink

    The story is straightforward - you go on an expedition to find the
    lost crystal skulls. I think that the fact that you find three skulls
    during the course of the game should say something for the credibility
    of the story. Don't get me wrong, the gameplay is beautifully done, but
    you will have to suspend disbelief in places in order to enjoy the
    game.

    The chapters are nice and long, gameplay very enjoyable, graphics
    superb, music and voiceovers well done and story immersive (despite
    being a bit hard to believe).

    Excellent game, I enjoyed every bit of it! Two thumbs up

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