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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena

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On a quest to recover the Scepter of Zeus for The Museum of Lost Secrets, archeologist and adventurer Samantha Swift stumbles upon one of the greatest archeological finds of all time! Unfortunately, she also runs into greedy treasure hunter Ravena Stryker.

As Sam, you'll use your keen sense of observation to uncover treasures around the globe and unravel the mystery of the Roses of Athena in this hidden objects adventure game. Together with associates Dr. Norwynn Butler and Adam Woodson, you must be cautious to guard the shield from falling into the wrong hands-Ravena and her benefactor are always watching you!

  • Combines two great game modes-Hidden Object and Puzzle-Solving Adventure
  • Collect artifacts and finds for The Museum of Secrets Lost
  • More than 50 exciting levels to explore!
  • Find all six Roses to complete the Treasure of Athena as you travel the globe.
  • Hunt for tools to help you uncover Secret Items in each round.
  • Piece together your finds to make even greater discoveries!
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  • OS: Windows Vista/XP
  • Processor: Processor Speed: 800MHz
  • Memory: 256MB RAM
  • Graphics: 64 MB Video Card
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 8.1
  • Sound Card: Sound Card
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 1): Archaeology at Athens
Mar 6, 2010
Arglefumph: The Nancy Drew Dude
Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 2): The Scepter of Zeus..Stolen!
Mar 6, 2010
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 16): The End
Mar 11, 2010
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 4): The Rose of Industry
Mar 6, 2010
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 15): Dr. Butler Kidnapped!
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Part 9): The Rose of Justice
Mar 10, 2010
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Microsoft from Spain
One of the best of its kind, there are not too many tracks and it is very fun to move forward, in general I find it very entertaining. If the archaeological topic interests you is a game in which to delve and discover new objects, the game is not too difficult, however at some time you can find some complicated puzzles that can give you the day, but with a bit of skill ends up coming out. The Artistic section is something very differentiating from other similar games, we find all kinds of scenarios very well finished and in which note that has been spent a lot of time. Under my point of view is a recommended game.
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Microsoft from Spain
NO SPANISH, NO PARTY! I Am Enfadadísimo with the company Mumbo Jumbo because this game exists in several languages, and the Steam platform only have English available. And for you to see that I do not lie, you just have to give you a tour of the website of "WildTangent GAMES", and you observe that your version of the game, is offered in the languages "German, English, French, Spanish and Latin." But What carelessness is this company Mumbo Jumbo? I Ask this company, if you plan to update your game, add the languages you lack, achievements and Steam cards. If You make my suggestions real, I will change my bad review to your game.
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Microsoft from French
Samantha swift is the equivalent of Indiana Jones in its hidden version... This young woman archaeologist is looking for the Roses of Athena pursued by her nemesis Ravena Stryker. Dated 2008, despite an undeniable sympathetic side due to my opinion by the comic style of the game, this one accuses his age on some points:-the resolution by beginning... even if the game adapts to the wide screens, the basic resolution is very low (a small 800 * 600 in my opinion) so much to say that it stings the eyes if your screen is very, very wide... better to play in windowed mode...-the hit box of objects is sometimes shifted and we find ourselves to click on the right object but not in the right place to validate our find-it is only a succession of SOC with occasionally a small puzzle to change... nothing very nasty. The story being there to justify the passage from one country to another... thing that works pretty well in the image of an adventure film. -No dubbing of the characters and it's a shame because even if the music is in the spirit of the game, we get bored a little and the whole lack of noise...-very, very,... very short (about 3 hours... 1 more hour in my case to try to find a solution for a resolution that is readable) it is not a bad game and I loved the graphic style but at the price to which it is sold in normal time and given the liabilities it has... Personally I will have trouble advising him... If you even make yourself in the archeologist style by finding old games like me... go ahead you should not be disappointed otherwise go your way.
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