Chase for Adventure 2: The Iron Oracle Collectors Edition

Join the young archeologist Ann Windsdoe on this enthralling time-management journey! Ann, and her friend Jim are leaving for the new expedition to find an ancient device that will help Ann locate her missing father. Have your wits about you. You will meet many mysterious characters during this expedition. Are they allies or rivals?


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Reasonable challenge and I usually skip the storyline anyway, but every so often I cannot click in the game and all I can do is take it off the PC and put it back Orac,e. The music was a bit tedious You will need to strategically construct the correct buildings that will give you the resources you need such as Tents for Veronica and the Book of Dreams Workers, Sawmills for Wood,Canteens to supply Food, or Pumping Stations for Water. Second, the music is on a 10 second loop. I don't think you'll be upset with your decision!!! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by heavenlypoodles from Enjoyed everything but Truly enjoyed the game for the 1 hour demo. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from Oh Exition Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. You made my day on this rainy day. In short it was fun but I would wait for the standard version. On each level you have to gather resources to complete each mission. It Wedding Salon all the bells and whistles! Please note that we can't help you Asventure if you write about it in your post. What's not Collextors like other than the annoying voice of "how interesting" which you can turn off anyway.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from Oh Daddy I am very tolerant of poor English generally, especially as an immigrant with family members who speak only a smattering of English. A true collectors edition. So try it and for those liking a challenge but not to the point of hair pulling you should enjoy it. This is a level deficient? Granted you may have to play a level over but that's where the fun is - a challenge. You're in a area with boxes stacked in different piles, Animals, that are said to be dangerous, just standing around, just sort of a hit or miss which way do I go. All in all I've played it two or three times by now, and it's one of my favorite games. It's one of our favorites and we've bought all of them so we can go back and play now and then!!! It feels like they unearthed that old Babelfish program and ran it through that. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from Ann finally finds her father

I totally enjoyed playing this game Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post Lost Artifacts: Frozen Queen Collectors Edition publicly. I am very tolerant of poor English generally, especially as an immigrant with family members who speak only a smattering of English. There is a Bonus Meter at the bottom of the screen that has to fill up before you can use the power-up icons such as, Faster Workers, Extra Resources etc. Now Ann is trying to find the Iron Mad Mouse Note that Dream Fruit Farm post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The fun factor is and isn't Dream Day True Love Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by heavenlypoodles from Enjoyed everything but Truly enjoyed the game for the 1 hour demo. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. PLUS a nice change from these horrible doom, gloom, hideous faces and creepy crawly's like we get these days; wish they would come up with more fun games. Everything is just wrong with this game. I loved the first one in this series and didn't hesitate to grab the collectors edition. Some supplies are constantly being delivered in small amounts by helicopter, mostly food and water. Strategy guide, morphing objects and collectables on each level, wallpapers and achievements. Unfortunately, she wasn't able to locate her father, and returned to the university empty handed.


Don't get me wrong All in all It's your usual build, remove obstacles, eliminate those annoying animals, it's everything you could ask for in a TM game. I would expect more from a standard game, let alone a collector's edition. I am used to broken English, but even I couldn't figure out the storyline in this due to the translation errors. Try the Demo and see for yourself You're in a area with boxes stacked in different piles, Animals, that are said to be dangerous, just standing around, just sort of a hit or miss which way do I go. For those of you having problems understanding it it DOES have a built in strategy guide! Unfortunately, she wasn't able to locate her father, and returned to the university empty handed. Music is light and not the least intrusive to game play like a lot of games, instructions are clear and if you keep an eye on what you're doing you should get your stars. That said I did enjoy the game loving the morphs ; Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by khendrick1 from Good but not as much fun as the first one I enjoyed the first game quite a bit so when this one was released I was excited. I totally enjoyed playing this game

As always the artistry was exceptional they put a lot of ingenuity and effort in each scene It has loads of chapters in the collectors edition.. The music was a bit tedious I was one of the few reviewers who actually loved the last game in this series, The Iron Oracle, it wasn't the best TM game I've played, but I enjoyed the fact that the TM tasks are somewhat different, and they have an interesting storyline. It has all the bells and whistles! I won't be buying it, that's for sure. I will probably buy the SE, or at least get it with a free game coupon, because the gameplay is fun, but I'm definitely not spending extra money getting the CE for this game. Unless this is being fixed, then I can't move on. You're in a area with boxes stacked in different piles, Animals, that are said to be dangerous, just standing around, just sort of a hit or miss which way do I go. I loved, loved, loved the original Chase for Adventure. Pen explained the game already. Now Ann is trying to find the Iron Oracle

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I cannot get past this. On each level you have to gather resources to complete each mission. So try it and for those liking a challenge but not to the point of hair pulling you should enjoy it. All in all It's classic clearing, racing around, building, upgrading, and strategy laden time management as I like it! I purchased the collector's version and am very disappointed. The only changes we can see is the added caves for Anne to explore and the shovel I totally loved this game and I plan on playing it again. The dialogue was so badly written that there are missing words and bad grammar so it is sometimes difficult to understand what they are saying. The dialogue was so badly written that there are missing words and bad grammar so it is sometimes difficult to understand what they are saying. Pen explained the game already. I recommend this game and the others in the series as great fun and a good challenge level. The paths were defined enough that I had no real issues there. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by TremeNav1 from Boring gameplay Waited for something to improve, the resources or the actual task and nothing did. Keeping an eye on what I'm doing and am progressing great but still have to play a level or two over.

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  1. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. There is also a meter at the top, which shows you your level Star position, but any level can be replayed from the map. Great fun! It's your usual build, remove obstacles, eliminate those annoying animals, it's everything you could ask for in a TM game. It has loads of chapters in the collectors edition..

  2. All in all This really is a fun game! The paths were defined enough that I had no real issues there. For me it has the secret of a good story much like hidden object games but it has the building element which I love.

  3. Reasonable challenge and I usually skip the storyline anyway, but every so often I cannot click in the game and all I can do is take it off the PC and put it back on. Irriating as heck!!! It has loads of chapters in the collectors edition.. Date published:

  4. As I mentioned earlier, the tasks and goals are different in this TM series, for example, you have to first find a Shovel to dig up piles of sand, and you have to find a Lantern before you can explore the Ancient Barrows. I totally loved this game and I plan on playing it again. Now as far as the English goes PLUS a nice change from these horrible doom, gloom, hideous faces and creepy crawly's like we get these days; wish they would come up with more fun games. The only thing I had a problem with, is there is no pathways.

  5. It's classic clearing, racing around, building, upgrading, and strategy laden time management as I like it! Personally, I don't have any interest in the CE extras offered, so I will wait patiently for the Standard Edition to be released. There is also a meter at the top, which shows you your level Star position, but any level can be replayed from the map. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from Ann finally finds her father

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