The Secret of the Nautilus

As a young oceanographer on a scientific mission, you uncover a strange submarine hidden in an offshore fault matching the description of the famous Nautilus! Mysteriously abandoned by its crew and Captain Nemo decades before, you find yourself plunged into an incredible adventure. Explore the nooks and crannies of the Nautilus as you unlock its secrets and the extraordinary story of Captain Nemo in The Secret of the Nautilus.

Keep up the good work. Then I discovered that Bigfish was selling a new version of the game, which I thought was pretty cool because this meant the game would work on Windows 7. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rugspot from Great Great!!!!! Real Adventure Game!! The hidden objects are hard, but not that hard that you can't find them, and you have hints. The graphics are amazing for a Standard Edition. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by confused from iffy about this one seemed like it would have a good story but didn't make it 10 minutes. You go out one door and you are back where you came from or you can't figure out what you can touch or use. Not all the time though. The game play is routine for the most part. Since there are apparent deviations from the original game, a walkthrough would be a great help. If you get stuck on the door puzzle I suggest using the walk-through, it helped me understand the game's logic. Big Fish should include information making it clear this is a remake of a 13 year-old adventure game, so people are not disappointed when they try it out or purchase it. I don't like what i did play.

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Everybody can tell what it is built on. On the less-positive side, there was, oftentimes, a lag in screen loading that averaged about 20 seconds. The way you move through the game is being guided from screen to screen or spot to spot. Other changes are that now puzzles, objects and pathways are marked with cymbols which makes them easier to find. The original did not have any kind of hint system as it was a true classic adventure game. I think the music played an important part in this game because it put the player in the right mood. The improvements are the inventory, as before you had to pick and object up and Mad Mouse it in the inventory yourself, which was kind of annoying. I love this game! All in Luxor HD it is a cleverly made game, that seemed quite original to me. I found it very entertaining. I didn't expect the game to be much updated in graphics or gameplay, given how old the game was. Mini-games were innovative and not Sparkling Amber, but I didn't find them simple, either. Now the different music tracks plays in different locations than the original.

You are a professor onboard a submarine studying marine archaeology. There are changes from the original, some are improvements and some has made the game worse. I did the "try me" of this game and could barely make a move. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hotmomma from 2 thumbs up from teen son! If you have a good story the style or look of a game whatever the age is acceptable but when there is no content forget it. The game took place in many parts of the submarine and it was fun looking for the hidden objects. This is my second review of the game of this kind. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by CathyCatfish from might have liked this game The graphics are true to the original game. Very different about how to navigate and play the game. A few of the scenes made finding things a little challenging, but the hint system works well and is fun to use, and Captain Nemo himself even helps direct you to places you need to go and things to do when you get there, so you never really get stuck. This developer should do more. I understand that this is an improvement to the original because of the blurry visuals resulting in and endless pixel hunt, but it also simplifies the game too much. There is a cooking puzzle though, but I don't think it should cause a ruckus.

Very frustrating game. I think the music played an important part in this game because Nautils put the player in the right mood. The one place he needed help was the code breaking machine. Big City Adventure: Barcelona you have a good story the style or look of a game whatever the age Tge acceptable but when there is no content forget it. In the original it was a standard degree panoramic where you would look around panning the cursor. No walkthrough or help Constellations to help you get started. They could have done a lot better in this department. I understand that this Asian Mahjong an improvement to the original because of the blurry visuals resulting in and endless pixel hunt, but it also simplifies the game too much. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Mildredh from Jherek Carnelian was here! I listened to a computer talking to me as if I were the captain and saw a holagraphic video from Nemo? The Sparkle Unleashed had good length of play, as well, keeping The Secret of the Nautilus playing for two evenings - about 6 hours altogether.


For me, it was just the time I needed to run to the kitchen for a snack: It's just a couple of feet to the fridge All in all it was a nice experience for me and I replayed the game many times. If the previous reviewers were expecting a typical HOG or casual game, this is not it. I'm going to give it a "yes" recommendation with the qualifier that most likely only fans of the original game will enjoy it. Items never really leaving the screen, and the screen constantly changing adds to the challenge. Then I discovered that Bigfish was selling a new version of the game, which I thought was pretty cool because this meant the game would work on Windows 7. Now, the graphics is a bit dated, and especially noticeable in the HO scenes, where several things you need to find can be rather small, and usually well hidden. There is a cooking puzzle though, but I don't think it should cause a ruckus. In the short time I played the only items for me to pick up was a zinc ball and a candle holder, and the only tasks I had were to open a door and fix a fan. The game really is beautiful and the colors, textures, and environments really get you into the game. I think the music played an important part in this game because it put the player in the right mood. I hope they continue the story line for years! Very frustrating game. Perhaps Big Fish should add something to explain this so people don't expect a typical new casual game.

No walkthrough or help button to help you get started. I love this game! It was a point and click adventure game that was not particularly easy. It's definitely not game breaking, and luckily you have a hint function to help you if you get stuck. The game had good length of play, as well, keeping me playing for two evenings - about 6 hours altogether. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Mildredh from Jherek Carnelian was here! Now, the graphics is a bit dated, and especially noticeable in the HO scenes, where several things you need to find can be rather small, and usually well hidden. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coha92 from Cool game! The talent of this developer surpasses so many others. I'm going to give it a "yes" recommendation with the qualifier that most likely only fans of the original game will enjoy it. They are returned to their proper places in each scene. I normally don't ask for any help to finish a game, but admit I had to have a little help on some of the puzzles.

12 thoughts on “The Secret of the Nautilus

  1. I listened to a computer talking to me as if I were the captain and saw a holagraphic video from Nemo? It's definitely not game breaking, and luckily you have a hint function to help you if you get stuck. The graphics are amazing! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by bishky from I am too old for this game!!

  2. Then I discovered that Bigfish was selling a new version of the game, which I thought was pretty cool because this meant the game would work on Windows 7. Perhaps Big Fish should add something to explain this so people don't expect a typical new casual game. I love the music in the game, because it gave it a nice mysterious atmosphere that fit well to the exterior environments. Besides the dizziness, I found the game unexciting! I love this game!

  3. That might suit a lot of people, but me being the adventure fan that I am, I wish I had to do a little more thinking on my own. The game did not get well received back then either. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coha92 from Cool game! Not only that, but in several places you solve puzzles on the same screen that you actually do the hidden objects, or fix things right there on the screen. Wonderful artwork, and a good music, too.

  4. It had a nice mysterious atmosphere and music. The music is changed to where it would play. I did not buy this version, I only tried the 60 min.

  5. Even replays are fun and boisterous! Since there are apparent deviations from the original game, a walkthrough would be a great help. That said, I'm not feeling a lot of love for this remake. If the devs a new please take my advice write a good story first!!! That might suit a lot of people, but me being the adventure fan that I am, I wish I had to do a little more thinking on my own.

  6. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by CathyCatfish from might have liked this game To make matters worse, each time you want to use an object of the inventory, you have to open another window to get it. Not only that, but in several places you solve puzzles on the same screen that you actually do the hidden objects, or fix things right there on the screen. Wonderful artwork, and a good music, too. Screen is very dark and hard to see things.

  7. If you want a really interesting game, and get caught up in the story this is the game for you. No, it's more like cleaning up the place. The talent of this developer surpasses so many others.

  8. It should have been kept like the original. I am sure this is a very fun game for young people that are used to this type of play, it is just not me. Mini-games were innovative and not overly-difficult, but I didn't find them simple, either.

  9. Which means I'll play it again! Then I discovered that Bigfish was selling a new version of the game, which I thought was pretty cool because this meant the game would work on Windows 7. If you know who Jherek is, you might guess this game is full of victorian era mechanical oddities that are so alluring to some of us!

  10. I found it very entertaining. Perhaps Big Fish should add something to explain this so people don't expect a typical new casual game. Now this only seemed weird to me because I'm used to the original, but it just fit the locations better in the original I think. Which means I'll play it again!

  11. It had a nice mysterious atmosphere and music. That everything has a purpose. Other changes are that now puzzles, objects and pathways are marked with cymbols which makes them easier to find. I hope they continue the story line for years!

  12. Big Fish should include information making it clear this is a remake of a 13 year-old adventure game, so people are not disappointed when they try it out or purchase it. I am not gonna buy it as I think this is a really poor re-release. Very different about how to navigate and play the game.

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