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About the product
- TV Inspired Storyline.
- Over 1000 Objects To Discover.
- Scenes From The TV Show.
- Multiple Mini-Games.
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Inspired by the National Geographic TV Special, Herod's Lost Tomb is an exciting hidden-object game that takes you on an archeological journey of King Herod the Great and offers you the chance to experience a real-life archaeological adventure! Herod's Lost Tomb features stunning, world-famous photography from National Geographic, combined with an engaging story where you will follow the life and death of one of the most famous rulers of the ancient Middle East!
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In many locations you are provided with various tools such as an X-ray machine, a metal detector and even a simple brush for sweeping away debris or sand. Certain of the hidden objects can only be unearthed by using a specific tool to find it and this adds variety and interest. All of the hidden objects can be seen as silhouettes which help in tracking them down, but you also have a hint option for locating the artifact precisely if you just can't find it. The designers are diabolically clever in hiding the objects from your inquisitive eyes.
Running along as you journey hither and yon is an excellent narrative movie about Herod's life, smoothly integrated into the hidden object scenes. In between locating hundreds of items you will be obliged to play mini -games such as jig-saw type puzzles, which are pleasant if not exciting.
What you get with this game is a feeling of authenticity. This is the National Geographic, after all. You can almost visualize Herod lounging on one of his luxurious couches at Herodium or dipping his manicured feet into a cool Roman bath pool. A game not for everybody, but for the person who is an archaeologist at heart, and above all, for the Hidden Object buff.