Herod’s Lost Tomb is often a game inside the hidden object genre. In hidden object games (alias seek and find games) you’re given a directory of the objects to locate along with your goal is to locate them inside the locations stuffed with additional items, turning it into harder to identify what you need to find. Herod’s Lost Tomb has everything an antique hidden object game should have plus more. It offers some novelties using the special instruments and well thought hints system.
The graphics, video footage and presentation in this particular hidden object game is beautiful inside National Geographic Channel style. The games may serve as some type of advertisement to observe National Geographic Channel, but as it’s completed in the sport – smashing by itself. You really need to progress in the game only to watch the storyplot unfold before up your eyes.
Unfortunately, the gameplay itself leaves a great deal to be desired. While images are beautiful and realistic, they are a touch too dusty and many types of in similar gray colors. Many objects look a similar, or are described the same, so it’s often challenging to tell which object would be the one you’re instructed to find along with to click them one at a time before finding out the right object. The objects naming can be sometimes confusing and inconsistent between scenes – the same object may be called differently in another scene, or it’ll fit under one name available as one scene, but won’t fit for similar name in another scene.
You will find 20 chapters in Herod Lost Tomb, but only 16 different locations. As 3-9 locations are visited in each chapter, you might play the same locations time and again. The objects will also be reused across locations and you should get solving a similar locations with the same objects over and over. All of this makes all the game somewhat boring eventually. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…