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Lost Lands: The Wanderer

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Susan the Warmaide is back in the Lost Lands! A ghost ship, an evil overlord, an island full of mysteries, and more awaits on her journey into the unknown.

For years now, the sailors and pirates of the Lost Lands have been talking about a ghostly ship sailing in the heart of a storm. This vision disappears as soon as it comes to life, yet witnesses still spread rumors... About a huge octopus traveling with the ship. About its owner, the captain. About the earl's rage and his curse. And the sorceress they believe is responsible.

Meanwhile, somewhere else in space and time, Susan finds a strange pirate chest with the compass of the worlds inside, and a note begging for help. It's time for her to return to the Lost Lands again.

• Bonus chapter featuring a different central character.
• Collections, achievements, morphing objects, bonus puzzles
• Wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks and more.
• Strategy Guide included.
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System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB VRAM
  • Storage: 1170 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1170 MB available space
  • Sound Card: yes
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Lost Lands: The Wanderer reviews and comments

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4th episode of the series lost lands released in 2017 by the Studio five-BN specializing in the games of casual adventure and hidden objects and to whom one owes in particular also the series New York mysteries. A 5th episode of lost lands was released in 2018. Scenario so we find Susan for the fourth time as the heroine of this license. On his way home, she discovers in her living room an antique chest sealed with magic. The lost lands need its help again because imminent danger threatens the world. A cursed pirate, an infamous dictator, an anthropomorphic Beaver, a lot of witchcraft and damned souls will accompany the dynamic mother of family alias Susan the Warrior. In a bonus chapter, we embody the anthropomorphic beaver to discover how he saved Susan's life through the Elogans in a short prewhat of the main adventure. Gameplay more point & click casual than HOG, lost lands: the Wanderer has all the usual attributes of this kind of game: fully mouse game, inventory, notebook (compiling all the essential information), map (allowing quick moves), several collections of optional objects to complete (which will delight enthusiasts of success), system of help and clues and 3 levels of difficulty to choose. The game is in English but subtitled in French. I liked a lot of objects to find and understand how to use the solution of puzzles always retains a minimum of logic and coherence, even obvious because we always know what we lack in front of an obstacle or how we can use an crafts items t that we have just recovered the very few SOC mini-games few and diversified the card well useful because the round-trips are very many game realized with care I have not liked we have far too many clues, even without resorting to the system of help and in the highest level of difficulty, by looking at the notebook and especially because of Susan's comments about an object or a place the scenario is not very wanted shorter than the previous episodes: approx. 6h (obviously without resorting to a IDEs, indices or solutions) conclusion FIVE-BN confirms that these games are a very good alternative to the artifex Mundi productions by offering more of the point & click of casual adventure than the pure hidden object game and retaining the concern of a realization above the average relative to the titles of the genre. Regrettably, the lack of real difficulty and the inconsistent scenario can always be regretted, but these are almost the characteristics inherent to the genre in the interests of accessibility and the target audience. A title that will appeal to lovers of casual games who are reluctant to confront more demanding games and who simply want to live a short adventure without too much head. To advise against players who are looking for a memorable experience, a searched storyline and subtle and profound characters. I advise to buy the game in sale from-50% or acquire the bundle containing all episodes of the series. My evaluation of episode 1 my evaluation of episode 2 my evaluation of episode 3
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