Lost Artifacts: Time Machine

A mysterious villain is playing with time and the consequences are devastating. His goal is to bring about a new world order by returning the Priest, the King of Atlantis and the Ancient Emperor! Claire and her friends must find out who the villain is and stop him and all his minions. But you must hurry! This journey takes you through a world full of extinct creatures and fantastic technologies. It’s up to you to fix time paradoxes in this fast-paced strategy adventure game!

It didn't appeal to me at all. They discovered a tribe of Atlantean's that had survived when the city of Atlantis was sunk by 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! The ten bonus levels are also included in the CE but I'm not sure it made this worth the price. If you like TM games you should try this one to see what you think. Items have been aging at rapid speed and the scientists have invented a device to control time itself, but controlling time has its own set of issues that the team must face, one level at a time!? Not even a rainy day game. There are no collectables, but there are 50 levels and then bonus levels. Since I only write a review If I feel the game deserves a 1 bad to the extreme or a five I held off reviewing this because I thought it very easy. Rated 3 out of 5 by bassetfred from Not very good Well, this was one of the lesser TM games. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by asdkid from Those annoying sounds If it hadn't been for the annoying pinging, poop and tap tap tapping sound I would have bought this game I just can't stand the sounds, I turn off the music on every game but you need the sounds so you know when things are done, Please change the sounds. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by MercuryNeptune from A step down The first thing I noticed is this game does not let you choose your own mode such as timed or relaxed. I do actually recommend this Standard Edition version over the Collector's edition version which in my opinion wasn't very CE worthy. There is however nothing totally outstanding here. Unfortunately, the airplane was no match for a hurricane they encountered, and they crashed on a large but remote island in the middle of the ocean.


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The graphics are really bland with hues of grey's and tan's and by the time I reached Level 7, the tasks were the same tasks, just more of them which made the game repetitive. There are the usual tasks to perform of clearing paths conveniently lined with happy meals?? Still, it is a way to pass the time on a cold winter's night. I don't care about not earning stars but I do care if you have to start over. There are the usual tasks to perform of clearing paths conveniently lined with happy meals?? Rated 3 out of 5 by bassetfred from Not very good Well, this Puzzle Quest 2 one of the lesser TM games. Great for beginners. It didn't appeal to me at all. There is however nothing totally outstanding here. Since I only write a review If I feel the game deserves a 1 bad to the Juliettes Fashion Empire or a five I held off reviewing this because I thought it very easy. I have always enjoyed this series and I have played most of them. Now the team is working with a group of scientists who Lost Artifacts: Time Machine discovered strange happenings occurring at famous attractions worldwide. The game was OK. Unfortunately, the airplane was no match for a hurricane they encountered, and they crashed on a large but remote island in the middle of the ocean. The graphics look like they were done in muted watercolors making this lull you to sleep by Level 5.

Now the team is working with a group of scientists who have discovered strange happenings occurring at famous attractions worldwide. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by MercuryNeptune from A step down The first thing I noticed is this game does not let you choose your own mode such as timed or relaxed. The levels do give enough time early on but things do get a bit challenging. There are the usual tasks to perform of clearing paths conveniently lined with happy meals?? They discovered a tribe of Atlantean's that had survived when the city of Atlantis was sunk by 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! Since I only write a review If I feel the game deserves a 1 bad to the extreme or a five I held off reviewing this because I thought it very easy. Basically, just simple TM with a very rare cutscene in between. It was challenging on some of the levels but not so much that it got frustrating. Maybe a touch to easy but I like the dinos and the different charakters in the game. I do think that this is the better version option if you're chomping at the bit to play an ever so elusive Time Management game, but at least BF is beginning to realize that we TM fans are many and we want more, but we want quality as well As far as the differences between this Standard Edition version and the Collector's Edition version, there's not much of a difference. I stopped and deleted this game after 15 minutes as it does not meet my taste in a game, however it might be fun for younger people. Luckily, this game does let one continue if time runs out.

Highly recommend! Just Loat for me. If this had been a HOPA I think everyone would be complaining that Machins CE version of this game wasn't very CE worthy In the first Lost Artifacts game, the archaeological team was able to stop the Dark Priest Machihe doing his Dark deeds, and the team regretfully had to say goodbye to their newfound native friends. I don't care about Zumas Revenge earning stars but I do care if you have to start over. What a difference between this version and the past offerings! Graphics were ok, it played well enough, just slow. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Isator from lots of fun even though it is somewhat very much like Gnomes Garden Mad Mouse still like it and have had Artifachs: playing it. Items have been aging at rapid speed and the scientists have invented a device to control time itself, but controlling time has its own Lost Artifacts: Time Machine of issues that the team must Mad Mouse, one level at a time!? Now the team is working with a group of scientists who have discovered strange happenings occurring at famous attractions worldwide. Rated 3 out of 5 by bassetfred from Not very good Well, this was one of the lesser TM games.


The graphics look like they were done in muted watercolors making this lull you to sleep by Level 5. Do you want fries with that? You may need to build houses to accommodate specialized people to rid the paths from certain obstructions such as Scientists and Hunters to remove Mammoths that block the paths or Living Skeletons which makes absolutely no sense! There are no collectibles to find in the CE and it only has the ten bonus chapters to offer. There are also the usual Bridges to repair, Mantraps to dismantle, Holes to patch along the paths, and some levels require that you upgrade certain buildings to a certain level. If this had been a HOPA I think everyone would be complaining that the CE version of this game wasn't very CE worthy In the first Lost Artifacts game, the archaeological team was able to stop the Dark Priest from doing his Dark deeds, and the team regretfully had to say goodbye to their newfound native friends. I did everything I could think of but it has no use. Great for beginners. There are the usual tasks to perform of clearing paths conveniently lined with happy meals?? I can see them fine, but they are not very impressive. Graphics were ok, it played well enough, just slow. Basically, just simple TM with a very rare cutscene in between. There are scientists who can deal with the 'sands of time' and skeletons in your way, hunters who deal with creatures like wooly mammoths, and Craftsmen who speed up production in your production buildings merrymakers lol There are portals, and generators and drones showing quite pleasant graphics..

Hopefully there will be one. The levels were quite repetitive, the graphics were sufficient but not more, and the story was downright poor. Nothing special , boring. There is however nothing totally outstanding here. Good job guys!! What a difference between this version and the past offerings! The graphics also seem a bit more primitive than usual. I do think that this is the better version option if you're chomping at the bit to play an ever so elusive Time Management game, but at least BF is beginning to realize that we TM fans are many and we want more, but we want quality as well As far as the differences between this Standard Edition version and the Collector's Edition version, there's not much of a difference. The characters have improved and are feasible in their task and role. I have always enjoyed this series and I have played most of them. You may need to build houses to accommodate specialized people to rid the paths from certain obstructions such as Scientists and Hunters to remove Mammoths that block the paths or Living Skeletons which makes absolutely no sense! There are the usual tasks to perform of clearing paths conveniently lined with happy meals?? Unfortunately, the airplane was no match for a hurricane they encountered, and they crashed on a large but remote island in the middle of the ocean. I did everything I could think of but it has no use. I'll revisit the Standard Edition when it's released, but I have my doubts that I'll feel any different about it?

14 thoughts on “Lost Artifacts: Time Machine

  1. Date published: The graphics are really bland with hues of grey's and tan's and by the time I reached Level 7, the tasks were the same tasks, just more of them which made the game repetitive. The Dev's put some effort and thought into this one.

  2. The evil-doer used the stone to awaken a Terra-cotta emperor who was a bigger evil-doer than the thief himself! Nothing special , boring. Good job guys!! I'll revisit the Standard Edition when it's released, but I have my doubts that I'll feel any different about it? The graphics look like they were done in muted watercolors making this lull you to sleep by Level 5.

  3. Just not for me. The graphics look like they were done in muted watercolors making this lull you to sleep by Level 5. It didn't appeal to me at all.

  4. As far as the Collector's Edition version goes, yes it does have a Strategy Guide this time, but I found the game to be easy enough to complete with all 3 stars without using it because there isn't a whole lot of strategy involved. Play on friends. I did everything I could think of but it has no use.

  5. Just wish there were collectibles being a collectors edition. They discovered a tribe of Atlantean's that had survived when the city of Atlantis was sunk by 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! Now the team is working with a group of scientists who have discovered strange happenings occurring at famous attractions worldwide. I'll revisit the Standard Edition when it's released, but I have my doubts that I'll feel any different about it? I wish I could exchange it with the collector edition, maybe this would work.

  6. But it gets a lot better. Gone are the tiny graphics that made the items hard to see, the basic run around and collect stuff and no storyline. Highly recommend!

  7. The evil-doer used the stone to awaken a Terra-cotta emperor who was a bigger evil-doer than the thief himself! Hopefully there will be one. The game was OK. There are also the usual Bridges to repair, Mantraps to dismantle, Holes to patch along the paths, and some levels require that you upgrade certain buildings to a certain level. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by chicklets50 from Great game!

  8. Unfortunately, the airplane was no match for a hurricane they encountered, and they crashed on a large but remote island in the middle of the ocean. There is also a strategy guide which some might find useful. Why did they not allow us a choice in the matter? There are no collectables, but there are 50 levels and then bonus levels.

  9. I guess I'm just not a fan of this series, I didn't find the graphics appealing and the tasks are just too mundane and repetitive. If this had been a HOPA I think everyone would be complaining that the CE version of this game wasn't very CE worthy In the first Lost Artifacts game, the archaeological team was able to stop the Dark Priest from doing his Dark deeds, and the team regretfully had to say goodbye to their newfound native friends. Just not for me. They discovered a tribe of Atlantean's that had survived when the city of Atlantis was sunk by 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! I do think that this is the better version option if you're chomping at the bit to play an ever so elusive Time Management game, but at least BF is beginning to realize that we TM fans are many and we want more, but we want quality as well As far as the differences between this Standard Edition version and the Collector's Edition version, there's not much of a difference.

  10. I can see them fine, but they are not very impressive. I will be watching for the second in the series! Do you want fries with that?

  11. Graphics were ok, it played well enough, just slow. The game was OK. There are 50 levels plus ten bonus levels in the CE.

  12. What a difference between this version and the past offerings! Do you want fries with that? By the time I reached Level 7, the tasks were the same tasks, just more of them, so it became repetitive afterward.

  13. I stopped and deleted this game after 15 minutes as it does not meet my taste in a game, however it might be fun for younger people. The tasks are the same as the other games as one builds and gathers resources to fulfill a task for a level. I am on the fence as far as recommending it as a CE. There are no collectibles to find in the CE and it only has the ten bonus chapters to offer.

  14. Graphics were ok, it played well enough, just slow. I enjoyed having to figure it out. Why did they not allow us a choice in the matter? The graphics look like they were done in muted watercolors making this lull you to sleep by Level 5. Unfortunately, the airplane was no match for a hurricane they encountered, and they crashed on a large but remote island in the middle of the ocean.

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