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The Mystery of a Lost Planet

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The Mystery of a Lost Planet - Space Hidden Objects Game
A game that makes You use your brain.

We tried to break from the standard formula most hidden object games follow these days, which is "Your father/brother/husband/sister/daughter/son has been kidnapped/put under a spell/otherwise crapped on by a witch/sorcerer/mad scientist/evil stepmother/generic evil doer and it's your job to save them."

The crew of a marooned spaceship must uncover the secrets of an unknown planet to survive. After a crash landing on the lost planet, you’re left with many unanswered questions. What was the mysterious force that seems to have pulled your ship into the planet and what are its intentions? The journey to answer these questions will be challenging but you cannot give up, because if you fail the crew will never see their home planet again! 

Explore beautiful landscapes on your journey - visit the islands that float in the air, underwater worlds and alien jungles. Traverse mysterious caves and damaged spaceships to learn more about this world’s amazing inhabitants. 

Small Bonus! Play the game on hard to meet a survivor of a previous spaceship crash and learn about his extraordinary survival story.Features:
  • Explore more than 50 bright and colorful locations
  • Complete many original quests and puzzles
  • Pleasant and atmospheric music
  • Interact with a variety of characters
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AlikArt Studio
AlikArt Studio
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • Processor: 1 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 553 MB available space
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • Processor: 2 Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 553 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Repair the onboard computer without using any Hints
Eagle eye
Complete a search without using any Hints
Naturally born detective
Complete three searches without using any Hints
Space ranger
Collect all the achievements
Find all insects or sea creatures without using any Hints
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The Mystery of a Lost Planet reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
very good games of hidden objects damage that it is in English a can short not much success damage also very very beautiful graphics CA worth a peek
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
You Can give yourself, but you could be a lot better. Story interesting but short and flat-> so shit, HO but crisp and challenging. Hopefully you get it for free, otherwise bad Investment.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Actually a nice Story, but the Game is so confusing that you almost can't get on Without Hints. The last Puzzle is almost insoluble because there is no Evidence of this at all and overall you are wrong about the Area in Search of what to do next.
Translated by
Microsoft from Dutch
HIdden Object Games with a science fiction theme are rare, so as sci-fi fan I wanted to try these. The naming of some objects in the HO scenes is downright bad (so you have to click a "magnifying glass" or magnifying glass while the game asks for a "lens"). Probably The result of a bad translation. But The biggest problems I have with the more point-and-click parts. I played the game on the highest level of difficulty, but that shouldn't be a reason why I should use an object on a part of the screen where I hover over it with the mouse do not see another cursor or text and even no useful feedback if I There click. Yet this happens to the oats slap. This Way you have to use the binoculars to find two apparently invisible metal planks. While No inidcatie is given that something is hidden or that you have to use the binoculars there. Because of This I had to consult a walkthrough regularly, because I was hopelessly stuck, while I sometimes had no more than four items in my inventory and access to three or four locations. Some puzzles show too little information, like the last puzzle where you have to put six icons in the correct order. Once I understood that the six tiles where you can place the icons have a colored edge, he was so solved. But because the coloured edge is very narrow and the different colors are not bright, but barely recognizable, the puzzle is unexpectedly difficult. And so there are more puzzles where you get (too) little information to solve them. The story is also far from interesting (you're stranded, you have to find help, you leave home) and sit messy together. At the highest level Of difficulty you Will encounter an extra character, but it is not worth the frustration. This figure does not mention anything noteworthy and adds nothing to the uninspired story. That a Hidden Object game has no great story or brilliant puzzles can be expected, but the quality of this game is severely disappointing. There are many better Hidden Objects games on Steam, this one you better leave left.
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