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Mushroom Age

By Nevosoft

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Tom, young scientist who works in a super secret laboratory, suddenly went missing just before his wedding. When Vera, his fiancee, starts to search for him, it never occurs to her that she’s about to embark on a trip through the ages! Her journey will take her to the Jurassic period, the Stone Age, ancient Greece, and the distant future where the world is ruled by gigantic intelligent mushrooms.

Mushroom Age is a gripping hidden object puzzle adventure game with an original and humorous story line, sharp bright graphics, and unimaginable characters. You’ll help a dinosaur with a bad tooth, find an absolute truth with Socrates, teach a cave man how to make fire, have Nostradamus predict your future and save the world from total destruction.

- Breathtaking story line with spectacular characters
- Unbelievable locations from the Jurassic period to the year 100,000,000 A.D.!
- Puzzles and mini-games from Socrates, Nostradamus, and the Omniscient One.

This game will change your impression of hidden object puzzle adventure games forever! Get ready to embark on an amazing time travel adventure to save your true love!

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Customer Reviews

Somewhat cute, somewhat "meh"

Mildly humorous, mildly fun. Graphics and overall feel of the game are very primitive, but that's OK. The corny or campy presentation issues were almost a "so bad that it's good" thing. I did find that some of the challenges got a little repetitive and my interest started to wane about halfway through. I haven't finished the game (yet) but am a bit more than halfway through. But sometimes you want an easy game and this fits the bill. There is a significant bug. Using Mac OS-X v10.7.5, I found that if I chose the option "Maybe Later" when asked to rate the game, the game locked up my computer, requiring a hard reboot. This bug occurred 4 times so far, or 100% of the times that I chose not to leave the game to rate it. The bug may be a good way to encourage reviews, but perhaps not such a good way to encourage favorable reviews.

Dumbest Game I Have Ever Played!

This game is so very, very lame, I felt really, really dumb playing it. My wife was laughing at me just listening to the stupid dialogue. Don't play this game even if it's free! This is about as bad a game as you can get.

At least the graphics are colorful, but the animation is really, really bad; reminds me of little kids playing with paper figures. The dialogue is idiotic; it's like they think the audience for this game are all idiots, which I guess is right if you are playing this game at all (me included). I've played about 1/3 of the way through and i'm done. I can't take it any more.

The puzzles are way too easy, again, any child could figure them out. If they meant this to be humorous, it didn't come off very well. They made some historical figures look pretty stupid, not funny at all.

As I kept playing, I kept saying to myself, what a lame, dumb game. Please stay away from this unless you want to get stupid!

Yes And No

I downloaded Mushroom Age Lite and enjoyed it. I thought I'd let my four grandsons try it before buying, but realized they couldn't. So, I bought the full game. Each grandson will be able to sign in seperately (they haven't tried it yet), great!!!
I tried it. Here's the problem. In Jurassic period, after receiving the elixer, I was prompted to 'review the game'. I didn't and the game didn't allow me to continue. I quit the game, restarted and was back to the original Jurassic beginning. It took a while to get to that point only realizing to do it all over isn't worth it at that time. I know if that would happen to my grandsons, the game wouldn't be tried again. Why are you prompting to write a review. I'll decide that, not you! I hope your other games I try don't have that flaw.

Mushroom Age
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  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released: Aug 16, 2012
  • Version: 1.1
  • Size: 131 MB
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
  • Seller: Nevosoft LLC

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later

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