Hidden Expedition: The Uncharted Islands Collectors Edition

After crash landing onto an extraordinary string of uncharted islands, you find yourself suddenly thrust into adventure! You’re soon on the hunt for a ruthless pirate holding the valuable and dangerous secrets of this long lost island chain. Use your Hidden Object skills to discover the buried mysteries that lead you deeper and deeper into the secrets of Hidden Expedition: The Uncharted Islands! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

YOU have to figure things out a lot same with this game without Hint, without a map - I just had to check the walkthrough fairly often on Devils Triangle, got better on this game though - but still had to check the walkthrough off and on. At least I have the company of my ginger puss, Mr. This game really felt like it was all over the place. I played the others and this tied right in to the others. Yes, that really IS a real word and yes, I'm a word nerd. I just felt it was rushed and lacking a little. Now ans then had to get aid from the walkthrough. Was a challenge. The active area was not necessarily where you would expect it to be so sometimes you would think you weren't doing the right action only to find that the problem was that you hadn't clicked on exactly the right spot Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Madsmarti from Excellent This was amazing and i never played a hidden exebition game I didn't like. So what's next for me? Well, enough about me right now, on to the game!

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The story was a bit odd, but is that what I got Dolphin Dice Slots for? Completes the story. The second would be Islancs the arrow that directs you back a Nevertales: The Beauty Within, or towards a scene is very clumsy, often times interfering with the inventory bar. So in case you were wondering, yes you need to play that game before you play this game. I agree with Mapsman on this one! Not the worth the money if the guide is not an integrated one-guess I am spoiled by the games that are. Great graphics with the exception of the underwater scene - too muddy and hard to see the objects. I bought the CE and regret it because the bonus game play was ridiculously short. I felt like the other players who commented that half the Chase for Adventure 4: The Mysterious Bracelet Collectors Edition it felt like a kid's game and the other half like a grownups game. Disappointing end, they should have had the giant fish jump up and swallow Undertow whole! This game really felt like it was all over the place. Expedigion: are good, and the puzzles are interesting. Additionally, while the game's objectives are always stated clearly, its sub-objectives as in, the steps taken to achieve those goals are often a bit obscure. Zumas Revenge pretty, and the puzzles are head scratching, but then. The problem is, when the game ended, it did not let you finish reading the journal even though there were some more entries.

The story lines have been very interesting and enjoyable. After going mano-a-mano with the Bermuda Triangle, you crash-land on a desert island and find yourself being slapped awake by a hooded figure. Completes the story. I feel cheated in not knowing if there is a bonus chapter or how long it is before I purchase it. Senior year! I'm devastated and a little hurt. Remember, read the journal! It is, however, still enjoyable. While I was a little disappointed in the game, I'm glad I played it because it is one of my favorite series. Set within this infamous location, Hidden Expedition: The Uncharted Islands revisits many of the locations, themes and characters of Hidden Expedition: Devil's Triangle and expertly expands upon them to create a compelling though at times baffling hidden object game. Great graphics! I love the Hidden Expedition games, but I have to say, this one was a little disappointing. A new boyfriend? Had a good storyline. Challenging and engaging from start to finish!

Now ans then had to get aid from the walkthrough. The problem is, when the game ended, it did not let you finish reading the journal even though there were some more entries. I know I shouldn't hold it against her, it's not her fault, but right now I'm a little touchy. More Hidden Expedition Articles. Cutscenes and visual effects are also stunning and do much not only for the look of the game, but for its narrative as well. The Hint never seems to run out of hints and are always available when you have a HOG area AND you can bypass mini-games and instructions are there when you click the?. It wasn't very Keepers of Dryandra, there weren't very many hidden object areas, the game was very touchy - as in you often had to click several times to hit just the right spot - and most of the puzzles made absolutely no sense, even with the help of the built in guide.


Well, more correctly, a crash. Here you get 3 hints recharging in 60 seconds. I agree with Mapsman on this one! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lindiana from Another Great Installment I have been enjoying the Hidden Expedition series from the very beginning and they keep getting better. It is, however, still enjoyable. I just started back to classes. Senior year! I know I shouldn't hold it against her, it's not her fault, but right now I'm a little touchy. Dazzling scenes radiate color, creating such richness and atmosphere, you'd swear you could smell the seawater. So what's next for me? Especially when it comes with a strategy guide albeit after you purchase the game? Disappointing end, they should have had the giant fish jump up and swallow Undertow whole! Set within this infamous location, Hidden Expedition: The Uncharted Islands revisits many of the locations, themes and characters of Hidden Expedition: Devil's Triangle and expertly expands upon them to create a compelling though at times baffling hidden object game. I found the spot by accident but it shouldn't be so difficult if you have the correct item or at least a "try a different spot" message. Well worth buying.

I have written out detailed instructions and even threw in screenshots and a few videos for you. As you can imagine, Gideon's not too keen on that idea so a fight ensues and as the new kid in town, you're elected to play referee. This could go on for a long time until you reached the end of whatever it was you were after. Rather than offering to save you however, she asks that you save her—and all the other inhabitants of the island. So in case you were wondering, yes you need to play that game before you play this game. At least I have the company of my ginger puss, Mr. Further, puzzles are often integrated into these scenes, and this gives them even more interest and depth. Really give it thumbs up. I love the Hidden Expedition games, but I have to say, this one was a little disappointing. I'm devastated and a little hurt. I played the others and this tied right in to the others. I feel cheated in not knowing if there is a bonus chapter or how long it is before I purchase it. It is, however, still enjoyable.

8 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: The Uncharted Islands Collectors Edition

  1. At least I have the company of my ginger puss, Mr. I loved the puzzles, so creative, artistic and fun with lots of variety. It's a lot of fun, but at the moment, I'm glad I'm not sharing a room with Lucy as I'm feeling a little betrayed. Great graphics!

  2. Very pretty, and the puzzles are head scratching, but then.. Disappointing end, they should have had the giant fish jump up and swallow Undertow whole! Not only is Curtis staying in Pennsylvania to continue college, but Myself, Lucy, Jasper and Xavier are all living in a house we rented for senior year.

  3. After going mano-a-mano with the Bermuda Triangle, you crash-land on a desert island and find yourself being slapped awake by a hooded figure. I just felt it was rushed and lacking a little. Well, more correctly, a crash. The story lines have been very interesting and enjoyable.

  4. So you are not totally alone. No worries though. The journal made me laugh out loud and the entries really brought a new depth to the game.

  5. I loved the puzzles, so creative, artistic and fun with lots of variety. Question: Why would you expect a walkthrough on a Collector's Edition? At least I have the company of my ginger puss, Mr. I just started back to classes.

  6. Until next time, happy gaming! I just felt it was rushed and lacking a little. The journal made me laugh out loud and the entries really brought a new depth to the game. Unlike most games in the genre, here the hidden object scenes blend seamlessly with the rest of the game, are often two screens wide and allow movement within them. The problem is, when the game ended, it did not let you finish reading the journal even though there were some more entries.

  7. It's a lot of fun, but at the moment, I'm glad I'm not sharing a room with Lucy as I'm feeling a little betrayed. I love the Hidden Expedition games, but I have to say, this one was a little disappointing. I know I shouldn't hold it against her, it's not her fault, but right now I'm a little touchy. There was some changes to the game play, most notable were the extended hidden object scenes were you had to find four items along with using your inventory items to advance and find more items. Great graphics!

  8. Well, enough about me right now, on to the game! No worries though. Great graphics with the exception of the underwater scene - too muddy and hard to see the objects. Not the worth the money if the guide is not an integrated one-guess I am spoiled by the games that are. Disappointing end, they should have had the giant fish jump up and swallow Undertow whole!

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