Jennifer Wolf and the Mayan Relics - Hidden Object
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For what would adventure be… without the element of uncertainty?
Jennifer Wolf leaves San Francisco to join her father on the archaeological dig he is leading in Mexico.
When she arrives on site, she can’t find any trace of him and all his belongings have been ransacked.
Prior to his disappearance, he managed to hide a certain manuscript - a book, dating from the 16th century, telling of the last sacred Mayan calendar which had been broken up into five separate fragments and entrusted to selected guardians to ensure its protection.
You play the role of Jennifer Wolf. It is now your mission to find your father and these precious Mayan relics.
With the help of Raphael, your father’s assistant, it is now down to you to solve the mystery. You will examine archaeological sites, cross the Mexican jungle, take an in-depth look at Monument Valley, pursue your investigation as far as Washington, seek out advice from a friend in Navajo, and uncover yet more secrets in a wide range of locations steeped in mystery.
According to ancient Mayan beliefs, all the fragments of the calendar must be reassembled before 21st December 2012.
Some people fear that this prophecy will have unimaginable consequences. Religious beliefs aside, Jennifer is somehow linked to this calendar more than she could possibly imagine. This is your chance to discover the secrets of the Mayan relics in an adventure simply filled with twists and turns.
You will find yourself plunged into the heart of a story whose plot rivals that of some of the greatest adventure novels. You will have to have your wits about you in this truly unprecedented hidden objects quest.
- An original storyline
- Historical locations
- A keep-you-guessing plot
- Realistic screenshots
- Varied soundtrack
- Several mini games to unlock
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Not Worth The Money
The gae helps you all along the way. Perhaps this game was designed for 1 9-10 year old child. The ending was disappointing. There was no real historical aspect to this game at all. The firet few minutes you are in Mexico. However, most of the game takes place in the United States. Perhaps if it cost $.99, I would ahve given it a higher rating. However, it is in no way worth $9.99. If I had bought this as a disc at a store, I’d be returning it for a refund. It is mostly dialog and the mini games are pretty much al the same. No real challenge at all.