Abyss: the Wraiths of Eden (Full)
By G5 Entertainment
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Plunge into an endlessly enthralling sea adventure!
Ready to strap on your oxygen mask? Famed underwater explorer Robert Marceau has disappeared under mysterious circumstances, and now his fiancée must descend to the gloomy depths of the ocean to find him. Venture into unknown and unsettling waters to investigate the sunken city of Eden, now controlled by demons, find hidden objects and confront eerie sea monsters in this heart-pounding quest to save a missing diver!
● 40 dazzling and exotic underwater locations
● 16 unique hidden object scenes to search
● 22 mini-games, including an unusual Domino game
● Three difficulty modes: casual, advanced and expert
● In-depth Strategy Guide
Game available in: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Polish
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Good game, worth the money - am definitely buying more
It took me a little bit to get the hang of it. There’s not a lot of directions, which is part of the puzzle/challenge, but once I figured out the basics I really enjoyed it. This was my first G5 game, I just finished it and have since bought 2 more. It takes some time - I was afraid that it would be too short, but I think the lenght is just right. I’d consider myself an average player (considering that most of us playing these types of games are pretty good at solving puzzles), and it wasn’t too easy like some other games out there. It could have been a little harder in some places, but I admit I had to use the hint button a few times when I just couldn’t figure out where I should go/look next.
Different, can be fun, and frustrating too.
This type of game reminds me of a couple of games I played on the original NES. It is one of those games where you simply have to find out what they want you to do in a picture like setting. They are fun until you get stuck on looking for whatever it is they want you to find, then you start to breath heavy, feel uncomfortable, and then you get the feeling that all you want to do is to stop playing. Yes there is a hint button, but using that makes you feel stupid. But thanks to the fact that this one has great graphics, the underwater aspect is cool, and they try to scare you a little, I am glad that I bought it.
Amazing game... In english!
This game is very, very good. It is similar to other Artifex Mundi games, which is good because they tend to be very well done, with excellent graphics, sound, music (beautiful non-intrusive music... I love your songs!), voice overs and game play. The animations are sometimes odd, specially when a character talks... But this is not important. This game truly deserves five stars!
If the main language of your computer is not english, then get ready for some odd translations. At least that's what happens in the spanish version. I wouldn't mind it very much if the game let me chose in what language I want to play, but I cannot chose (that's the reason I gave it one star less).
- Category: Games
- Released: Mar 06, 2013
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 680 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: G5 Entertainment AB
- © 2013 - 2017 Artifex Mundi Ltd. Published by G5 Entertainment AB. All Rights Reserved.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later