Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents another thrilling chapter in the Hidden Expedition series! While on an expedition to Honduras to locate an ancient artifact, your team is ambushed. You escape only to find yourself accused of being a double agent. Now, you must evade H.E.L.P. agents and find a way to clear your name, all while searching for the real culprit. Can you uncover the truth and clear your name? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Once knocked out, the gods turn into boulders. Place lines within a grid to create squares. Place pieces into proper position to completely fill in an arrowhead-shaped grid. As in the main game, you are ambushed by the same evildoers. Yes I guess it is a little short. Even the rich backstory is not enough to save the game from its struggles with illogical storyline and a dull concept. However, an international group of smugglers, the Noble Scoundrels, want this valuable artifact as well to sell on the black market. But I have to say I don't mind short. But it was still a fun adventure, and I enjoyed it. Now you must go undercover to clear your name all while trying to keep the Spear Lord out of nefarious hands. And this game gave me what I was looking for. Three-dimensional puzzle.

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Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies


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Upon your arrival, you discovered that the site has been compromised and you were then accused of being a double agent! There is a wide range of puzzle types as well. The colors are vivid and brilliant. Once knocked out, the gods turn into boulders. Mirror puzzle. Place lines within a grid to create squares. Physics puzzle. Somewhat difficult C. Never a dull moment! Collect fact cards which provide background and historical information about places or items within the game. Strategize the proper sequence of moves to get each one into its proper location. The puzzles are all terrific with a nice Sparkle Unleashed. I can always count on a new, exciting adventure. But it was still a fun adventure, and I enjoyed it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Amazon Jungle Who doesn't like a good story beginning in the Amazon jungle?

Logic problem. There are thirteen 13 achievements some with three parts. But I have to say I don't mind short. I like this series because there are no witches or werewolves, and it is a fun way to pass some time. On a chessboard-like grid, place ravens so that each row and column contain the number of ravens as indicated at the top and sides of the grid. Three-dimensional puzzle. Once knocked out, the gods turn into boulders. TY BF! Nevertheless, this game demonstrates master craftmanship in gaming. It has some new ways to play hidden objects. The hieroglyph must knock out all god statues in its path. Date published: You must overcome danger in your attempt to climb to a higher altitude to be air rescued by a fellow agent. The puzzles range from easy to moderately difficult. Well, it is just like the others, but that's fine with me!

Beat the computer! Upon your return to the United States, you find yourself in hot water with the agency. They are thematic in design and there is a nice variety of them. Nevertheless, this game demonstrates master craftmanship in gaming. Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies is a middle-of-the-road addition to this hit-or-miss series. Strategize the proper sequence of moves to get each one into its proper location. Many are multiple-step in design, consisting of searching for items in two different formats. The characters are rendered very well. Even the rich backstory is not enough to save the game from its struggles with illogical storyline and a dull concept. The puzzles are better; however, there are only four 4 in this chapter. Well worth the money, and the bonus chapter has you go back and pick up some of what you missed during the main game no hints! The graphics are a beautiful Jewel Story of the Amazon jungle. They are always interesting and entertaining and I learn new things from each game.


Move cubes into position on a 3-dimensional slanted grid so you can stack them on top of each other as per a given code. One of the few things that keep the game going for us is the stunning visuals. My only complaint is the lack of sufficient instruction on solving some of the more difficult puzzles. Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies is a middle-of-the-road addition to this hit-or-miss series. I think this one is really top notch and I highly recommend it for the entire family. This one provides a fantastic story which begins at an archeology site in the notorious rain forest and the graphics are absolutely gorgeous. Surprisingly, you do not use the pieces to play a jigsaw puzzle; rather, the pieces, when gathered, produce a completed jigsaw puzzle. Some games are so long I am tired of them at the end and do not want to play the extra chapter. There are morphing objects in most of the scenes. This was an exception since there was a special deal. Physics puzzle. It was a delightful way to spend a quiet evening.

Connection puzzle. Collect fact cards which provide background and historical information about places or items within the game. There are morphing objects in most of the scenes. But I have to say I don't mind short. For me, this game is a matter of quality over quantity. This latest sequel, The Alter of Lies, feels like every other Hidden Expedition games ever; an exotic locale, an ancient artifact, and a group of strong-headed mafias. There are thirteen 13 achievements some with three parts. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by patricia from Very fun and fast moving addition to the series I really love the Hidden Expedition games. The puzzles are better; however, there are only four 4 in this chapter. Mirror puzzle. Nevertheless, this game demonstrates master craftmanship in gaming. This would be a great game for children with adult help on the puzzles to learn about Mesoamerican ancient civilizations such as the Maya.

8 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: The Altar of Lies Collectors Edition

  1. So I have started waiting for the SE versions. Since I knew that I waited until it was on sale. Mirror puzzle.

  2. Now you must go undercover to clear your name all while trying to keep the Spear Lord out of nefarious hands. It is very short. As of now, the game is plagued with predictable HOPA elements. I played this entire chapter including all four puzzles in approximately one-half hour. Upon your return to the United States, you find yourself in hot water with the agency.

  3. A excellent story too boot. Some games are so long I am tired of them at the end and do not want to play the extra chapter. I think this one is really top notch and I highly recommend it for the entire family. There is not too much hand-holding and even the HOP's that have you "find the words" to progress the plot are done in a way that is totally believable to the scheme of the storyline.

  4. I can always count on a new, exciting adventure. They are thematic in design and there is a nice variety of them. Hi-tech devices are incorporated into the storyline including three-dimensional imaging and drones. I like the puzzles, fun but not too hard. Now you must go undercover to clear your name all while trying to keep the Spear Lord out of nefarious hands.

  5. This would be a great game for children with adult help on the puzzles to learn about Mesoamerican ancient civilizations such as the Maya. You must go through four 4 green stones as well. Once knocked out, the gods turn into boulders. Since I knew that I waited until it was on sale.

  6. You must go through four 4 green stones as well. There are musical selections and video sequences as well. Hi-tech devices are incorporated into the storyline including three-dimensional imaging and drones. I am always ready for another Hidden Expedition.

  7. My only complaint is the lack of sufficient instruction on solving some of the more difficult puzzles. You can replay sixteen 16 puzzles and fourteen 14 HOP scenes. Yes I guess it is a little short. This was an exception since there was a special deal. But it was still a fun adventure, and I enjoyed it.

  8. Physics puzzle. Hidden Expedition always gives me my money's worth. Strategize the proper sequence of moves to get each one into its proper location. It is very short. It was a delightful way to spend a quiet evening.

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