Atlantis Quest

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Are you ready for an exciting quest of adventure and discovery from Playrix? Embark on a journey around the ancient lands of the Mediterranean in the search for one of the greatest mysteries of all time - the lost city of Atlantis. In this classic style matching game with a dazzling new twist you will discover pieces of ancient artifacts that will guide in your travels. A great storyline with an extremely addictive new gameplay will keep you up at night!


over done

your game was nice and well put together, there is no arguing that. i feel like this concept is getting a little over done however, it was very nicely done. great job

enjoyed it

ienjoyed it was ok

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I got 108660 points, but it wouldn't give me any time to think! Give me a little more reaction time! Besides that however, not a bad game, just slow it down a little bit!

Not too shabby

That was great up until I started losing because, I guess, I had no moves left. Which is bull, because I still had a couple of hammers, a shovel and a lantern. And I forget the 4th object. Point is, once I couldn't actually move the tiles anymore, it simply decided for me that I had nothing at all to do, and made me start the level again. If it gave me a chance, I could've used my lantern, or the hammer. Maybe even the shovel if the artifacts were placed properly.
In addition to that problem, it'd be nice if it would actually TELL you why you lost a life. If you run out of time, it should say so. Out of 'moves', it should say so.

Other than that... It was in fact somewhat addictive. Just frustrating that it wouldn't give you a chance to get yourself out of the 'no moves left' state. The graphics were quite nice, too.

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I enjoyed the game. The grapics were really good and it was fun to play for 10-15 minutes... then it kind of gets boring. :)
Good job though

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3.81 / 5.00

Sep 27, 2007
8:22 AM EDT
Puzzles - Sliding