Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

The legendary Soulstone has been stolen from the national museum and Claire, along with her loyal helpers, have witnessed the revival of the terracotta army and an insidious Emperor bent on awakening an ancient dragon and conquering the world! Fortunately, our heroes have other plans. In Lost Artifacts: Soulstone, go on an adventure full of myths and legends as you master exciting time management levels. Restore statues, build epic buildings, overcome challenges and manage resources in your quest to stop the terracotta army!

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Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

If a straight click and gather is more to your liking, this probably won't be your first choice. The story line didn't really go anywhere. With that said, other levels require a good bit of strategy. There is no strategy guide really a must even if you don't need it in a CE , The choices of music are all set at different volumes and sometimes can hardly be heard whilst testing them. What's not to like! My question is why? I first turned the tutorial off, but found myself having to turn it back on just to see which buildings and houses were what. I gave it 5 stars instead of 4, to offset some of the other low star reviews, which IMHO, were a tad low for the quality of the Game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by karicowie from nothing like the previous games found this very poor compared with previous games in this series graphics not as good and no challenge, Alicia did not appear as I could see found it rather boring, wish I did not buy it but I had enjoyed all previous games so expected it to be just as good Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Sante from Maybe SE But Not CE Quality or Value There are several reason why this game should only be a SE version. Still it offers a decent experience and might be enjoyed more by children. Good for younger people. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by layzeedaisy from A long journey and it got easier After the first few levels I thought hoped the levels would get harder as we went along. I have no idea whether there are bonus levels or not, which would be the only reason I'd even consider buying this on sale. Date published: I expect a Strategy Guide and different difficulty settings, at a minimum, in a CE.


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What's not to like! Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitty Lost Artifacts: Soulstone Good and Fun!! TM games are my favourite. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by wastingtime from Ridiculously easy I kept waiting for it to get better. The CE version doesn't even include a Undiscovered World: The Incan Sun Guide, and neither version has a difficulty mode option! There is however no way it is worth buying the CE that I can see, other than bonus levels. I would recommend to try this game if you have Funpass. If you're willing to deselect instructions, perhaps the game gets somewhat better as it progresses. Note Suolstone your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Not that you will need it for this Artifscts:, but in today's gaming world, CE games should at a minimum have a strategy guide, of course this Midnight Calling: Wise Dragon my opinion. The little characters are the only thing that has had a makeover and actually look less cartoony than previously. Soulsgone sound effects are probably actual beeps from an Atari picking up foodthe letters are pixellated in the tutorial Trade Mania the levels themselves are sparse and boring. They discovered a tribe of Atlantean's that had survived when the city of Atlantis was sunk by yet another evil-doer, and the team had once again agreed to help them return to their beloved city, after defeating the evil-doer of course! Date published: The lil guys run about busily, and there Lost Artifacts: Soulstone enough challenge in each level to keep me engaged.

Although graphics are a little less "hi tech" than some games, they are still cute and easy on the eyes. Discuss with other players! Now I'm wishing I had waited and not wasted my money on the Collector's Edition because it was so easy. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. The colors are dull, the tasks are repetitive and predictable. Just takes strategy and planning to ensure one upgrades them based on the requirements for the Level. Just ok as a game. I got through all 59 levels without having to play even one of them twice. The Instructions are often only understood if you check your task list and realise things such as, after you have built a statue.. Sometimes we just want to get to the game and avoid all the chit-chat. I would consider this game because there are few of them offered if it was not a CE and I could use game credits. I played it anyway, based on my enjoyment of the previous ones in the Series.

So now I finished this game fairly quickly and don't even want to play it again because it's so easy it will be boring to play a second time. The lil guys run about busily, and there is enough challenge in each level to keep me engaged. I don't care about music and sound effects as I play with sound muted,and to be honest, Artidacts: don't really care about a story-line. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by georgiarealist from Average Time Management Lost Artifacts: Soulstone I like Time Management games, and I Soulsrone the others in this series, but I just can't see what makes this a CE. I liked Lost Artifacts: Soulstone trial so much Spongebob Diner Dash 2 bought it. Discuss with other players! The graphics are Artifwcts: dull, buildings are not clearly marked, and sometimes I had to scan hard to find the beginning house. Not that you will need it for this game, but in today's gaming world, CE games should at a minimum have a strategy guide, of course this is my opinion. As always, try before you buy. Having hard, normal and easy settings is even better. I don't know why I bother getting Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist excited about a new TM game anymore. I love the music more in the first Losf, but Soulstoen is not even a major complaint. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about My Life Story: Adventures in your post.


I wouldn't recommend this game with so many others out there worth playing. The story line didn't really go anywhere. Just don't want to waste money on another one if that is the case. Are all the Lost Artifacts games just one difficulty? You may need to build a house to accommodate a specialized person to rid the paths from certain obstructions such as a Monks house to restore statues, defenders houses to rid the path of snakes. This game is just like a cheap and very dull knockoff of 'Gnomes Garden'.. With that said, other levels require a good bit of strategy. So disappointed. I was actually annoyed playing this and am not sure why. Now the team has to face a third evil-doer in this third installment of Lost Artifacts when a thief steals the legendary Soulstone which possess unfathomable powers. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by layzeedaisy from A long journey and it got easier After the first few levels I thought hoped the levels would get harder as we went along. 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. That was disappointing. As always, try before you buy. It narrates every move you make.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LanaPook from Can we have a hard setting? So now I finished this game fairly quickly and don't even want to play it again because it's so easy it will be boring to play a second time. It's just a click-fest. Just ok as a game. The graphics are very dull, buildings are not clearly marked, and sometimes I had to scan hard to find the beginning house. They didn't. The game was good enough and if you want to spend a few easy non-challenging hours, this is the one for you. I personally don't see the need for a handful of music soundtracks, concept art or trophies that are available within the CE version, when it comes to a TM game. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitty from Good and Fun!! The sound effects are annoying. Just takes strategy and planning to ensure one upgrades them based on the requirements for the Level. Lost Artifacts has made a third attempt, but once again has failed to grab the attention of TM fans. I find this to be so pleasing and addicting!! If you are a seasoned Time Management fan, I think you'll find this game to be a bit bland, with not a whole lot of challenge. Each play scene seems to have a lot of things that seem not to have a purpose.

11 thoughts on “Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

  1. The sound effects are probably actual beeps from an Atari picking up food , the letters are pixellated in the tutorial and the levels themselves are sparse and boring. I have no interest in concept art or music. Extremely cheap-looking, like it's made by one person in a couple of months.

  2. My 3 year old grandson is fascinated with the game because the colors pop, fun fun fun!! I have no interest in concept art or music. I don't think I have ever given a game all OKs as usually something stands out better in the ratings. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by fatandfrumpy from Roads The CE gets you nine extra levels Got through each level really easily with 3 stars.

  3. It narrates every move you make. On first glance, it may seem like a game for youngsters, as some levels are very straightforward. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. There was some entertainment factor involved - but not much.

  4. I gave it 5 stars instead of 4, to offset some of the other low star reviews, which IMHO, were a tad low for the quality of the Game. Do you have an issue with your game? I don't know why I bother getting mildly excited about a new TM game anymore.

  5. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. What's not to like! All I can say is, after the second level- I couldn't take it any more.

  6. No challenge, could do them half asleep. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. There are the usual tasks to perform of gathering resources of Food, Wood, Ore, Gold, Lumber, and the usual buildings to repair such as Huts for workers, Sawmills for Lumber, Farms for food, Mills or a Blacksmith barn.

  7. It really is for the Strategist though. Extremely cheap-looking, like it's made by one person in a couple of months. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. There are the usual tasks to perform of gathering resources of Food, Wood, Ore, Gold, Lumber, and the usual buildings to repair such as Huts for workers, Sawmills for Lumber, Farms for food, Mills or a Blacksmith barn. I like the graphics and tasking levels.

  8. Now I'm wishing I had waited and not wasted my money on the Collector's Edition because it was so easy. Some levels require that you upgrade certain buildings to a certain level. I don't expect them to sing, dance, and tell jokes, but I do expect the levels to get increasingly more difficult.

  9. However, from what I observed, this is just another rehash of a lot of games from years past. I would consider this game because there are few of them offered if it was not a CE and I could use game credits. Now I'm wishing I had waited and not wasted my money on the Collector's Edition because it was so easy. I wouldn't recommend this game with so many others out there worth playing. The graphics are very dull, buildings are not clearly marked, and sometimes I had to scan hard to find the beginning house.

  10. I gave it 5 stars instead of 4, to offset some of the other low star reviews, which IMHO, were a tad low for the quality of the Game. Evil-doer 3 has already used the stone to awaken a Terra-cotta emperor, and he's a bigger evil-doer than the thief himself! I played it anyway, based on my enjoyment of the previous ones in the Series. This provides good replay value to get 3 stars. It got more difficult as you progressed but the fun factor was not high.

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