Odysseus: Long Way Home

Embark on an exciting journey and plunge into the myths of Ancient Greece with Odysseus, the legendary hero of the Trojan War! Set out on a 20-year journey starting from the walls of Troy to Odysseus' home on Ithaca in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Overcome all of the obstacles on the way, and help Odysseus to finally return to his beloved Penelope.

The story good though you have to read the texts. The graphics are beautiful, clear and sharp. In other words, it's like an artist painting historic scenes. The only thing I missed was voice-acting; but maybe that might have only spoiled the game, especially this one. Usually 3 scenes per chapter. The hidden-object scenes are quite fair, as are the puzzles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by worthy from Colourful easy paced game I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! The graphics were bright and clear. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! The gameplay was a mixture of hidden object and adventure leaning more towards the hidden object side. Great job! Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining A good game, fine grafic, but not very challing, and as I remember not the true story I read the book many years ago.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from awesome and fun game this is a great game. Puzzles enjoyable, HOS scenes are interactive and do repeat. Good ratio of HOS which may be triggered by looking around the scenes and objects may be very well hidden and puzzles ranging from very easy to somewhat challenging. The graphics are beautiful, clear and sharp. I recommend this game because it's perfect for almost any age. The graphics were bright and clear. Locations are bright and colorful. We all do tend to have our own idea of how a character - especially a legendary figure - should sound. The hidden-object scenes are quite fair, as are the puzzles. It's sectioned off into separate chapters each chapter with it's own unique areas and goals. Usually 3 scenes per chapter. I enjoyed the creativity in the inventory items. The puzzles are range from easy to medium. There are a few anachronisms, for instance in a hidden object scene there were tomatoes but this did not spoil my enjoyment.

The hidden-object scenes are quite fair, as are the puzzles. The gameplay was a mixture of hidden object and adventure leaning more towards the hidden object side. Great for the family! The graphics are beautiful, clear and sharp. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining A good game, fine grafic, but not very challing, and as I remember not the true story I read the book many years ago. The puzzles are range from easy to medium. So the lack of voice-acting might have been intentional - or at least can be "excused" - for that reason. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! And I loved the musical score it was fantastic. Enough to keep you busy for a while. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from awesome and fun game this is a great game. I thought the game got better as it went along. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by worthy from Colourful easy paced game I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. The hint button is very good, if you get stuck use it to find where to go next. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun!

13 thoughts on “Odysseus: Long Way Home

  1. Great for the family! I thought the game got better as it went along. The first chapter was probably my least favorite.

  2. No need for walk through. Players who are used to modern pastel-like graphics might find a need to adjust to this game's graphics, but I thought they were just right for the theme: just the way you see history depicted in art, museums, etc. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! Date published: It's sectioned off into separate chapters each chapter with it's own unique areas and goals.

  3. Easy to follow and not confusing or overloaded with finickity objects or content as some HO games are. It's sectioned off into separate chapters each chapter with it's own unique areas and goals. Locations are bright and colorful.

  4. There are a few anachronisms, for instance in a hidden object scene there were tomatoes but this did not spoil my enjoyment. The music is very good also, and is especially suited to the game's theme. The hint button is very good, if you get stuck use it to find where to go next. Bright, colorful.

  5. We all do tend to have our own idea of how a character - especially a legendary figure - should sound. Players who are used to modern pastel-like graphics might find a need to adjust to this game's graphics, but I thought they were just right for the theme: just the way you see history depicted in art, museums, etc. Date published:

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from The Odyssey made fun! I thought the game got better as it went along. Hints are helpful. I enjoyed the creativity in the inventory items. So the lack of voice-acting might have been intentional - or at least can be "excused" - for that reason.

  7. It's a nice change from all the dark, spooky games coming out. And it's not scary or creepy or dooming in gloom. The graphics are beautiful, clear and sharp.

  8. The hint button is very good, if you get stuck use it to find where to go next. The music is very good also, and is especially suited to the game's theme. Also, I agree - nice to have a break from the occult-type games that seem to be flooding the market and which are not good for young people especially to be playing.

  9. It's sectioned off into separate chapters each chapter with it's own unique areas and goals. I thought the game got better as it went along. Also, I agree - nice to have a break from the occult-type games that seem to be flooding the market and which are not good for young people especially to be playing. The gameplay was a mixture of hidden object and adventure leaning more towards the hidden object side.

  10. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining A good game, fine grafic, but not very challing, and as I remember not the true story I read the book many years ago. The graphics were bright and clear. In short, I really loved this game, and would highly recommend anyone to play it!

  11. Puzzles enjoyable, HOS scenes are interactive and do repeat. Bright, colorful. In other words, it's like an artist painting historic scenes. Hints are helpful. So the lack of voice-acting might have been intentional - or at least can be "excused" - for that reason.

  12. The gameplay was a mixture of hidden object and adventure leaning more towards the hidden object side. The story good though you have to read the texts. I thought the game got better as it went along. Usually 3 scenes per chapter. We all do tend to have our own idea of how a character - especially a legendary figure - should sound.

  13. It's a nice change from all the dark, spooky games coming out. No need for walk through. The puzzles are range from easy to medium. The graphics are beautiful, clear and sharp. Puzzles enjoyable, HOS scenes are interactive and do repeat.

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