Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman

Pieces of an ancient talisman have been separated, and now it’s up to you bring them back together before it is too late! Protect Banderville College and figure out who is behind this dastardly plan. Help Lara with your Hidden Object skills and get to the bottom of this intriguing mystery in Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman!

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Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Collect the 7 talismans of the artifact. The doors are locked if there is nothing to do. Overall, it was ok. I like it. Well I liked it to me it's Ta,isman game to chill out Tallsman, not to hard on Everything Nice brain. After being hired by a college Dean to investigate a series of six Talismans that he has hidden Gatfs: campus, Lara quickly discovers that the separation of these Talismans unleashes untold evil upon the world, sending her on a The Emptiness brief journey to track down the six and remove the evil before it spreads. There really isn't much to do except find things and then use them somehow. Could be just what you're looking for. Rated 5 out of 5 by tailswhiskers from Fun anddid not want it to end When I started to play this game, I found out that it Talisamn place at a college. Every room you enter, there is Taalisman HOG to play. My knees were actually beginning to hurt. It lacked the excitement and interesting feel that other games have of this genre that I have played. If there is some kind of mini-game once in a while, there is also a Skip button if needed. After I did something I was able to figure out what to do next.

Choice of difficulty settings. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by WarmBuns from Not the best game out there I found the perspectives to be an interesting change and although the hidden object scenes were junk pile, I consider them "nice" junk because the sizes and locations were mostly correct and believable. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Collect the 7 talismans of the artifact. The biggest problem with The Lost Talisman is its graphical design. I especially liked the "open door" concept that tells which areas to search and eliminates a LOT of frustration and useless backtracking. It's not going to be anyone's all time favorite, but it's a nice break from some of those where you absolutely need a walkthrough. I was attracted to this game because of the quality of graphics and how well the drawings looked, which was a good selling point aside from the special offer. While I suppose one could get used to this perspective, it is immediately jarring and unpleasant. Also if you really stuck and not sure where to go the hint button will give you an idea where to go next. At the end there is a statement leading us to believe there will be a sequel. For these and several other reasons, this will not be a buy for me but I do encourage everyone to give this game a try. You have to locate 8 talismans and bring them together.

You are on the grounds of a college and you go from Mahjong Gold to room looking for objects that you need. If there is some kind of mini-game once in a while, there is also a Skip button if needed. Also, I was able to play in windowed mode which I much prefer. I like it. I like games with that feature. Sound was muted so I couldn't tell you Talismxn.


Perhaps that's why it's on DD now. She knows that the talismans have been scattered somewhere around the University, but where? The puzzles I encountered were not to easy I think just right for this game. I will let you guess who. The HOS scenes were good as some of the items were a little tricky to find but not impossible. I did use the hints on occasion and found them for the most part helpful. It was not tremendously fun since the puzzles were rather easy to do. Every so often you find a talisman and have to place it correctly in a design. For those who really didn't like this game, I suspect they are seasoned HOG fans and enjoy the more involved games. Professor is missing but he called Lara to discuss an important artifact. Overall an enjoyable game, though somewhat short. Every room you enter, there is an HOG to play.

The graphics and sound are good. It is not that hard. Well I liked it to me it's a game to chill out with, not to hard on the brain. Date published: Enjoy Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BarbaraFish from A nice relaxing game I already have this game, but didn't quite remember it, so i played it again. The HOS scenes were good as some of the items were a little tricky to find but not impossible. It was not tremendously fun since the puzzles were rather easy to do. In this current form however, its short length and many problems make this one something to fly through once, and then forget about instantly, or better yet, not even play at all. I like games with that feature. Looks like a handpainted sketch. If I was searching somewhere and could not pick something up, logically to me it is not an "item" that should be searchable. Graphics and text are blurry.

The game did freeze up on me a couple of times. It's a straight forward HOG with a few puzzles thrown in. Could be just what you're looking for. Since it was so easy to play it was rather short to play too. A nice fun game. The storyline lacked something and it was as if the developers were trying to play off of another game with a character with a similar sounding name. After I did something I was able to figure out what to do next. It should be a requirement. Sound was muted so I couldn't tell you much. My knees were actually beginning to hurt. You are on the grounds of a college and you go from room to room looking for objects that you need. Mini Games were fun and relatively easy. If I was searching somewhere and could not pick something up, logically to me it is not an "item" that should be searchable. I considered the graphics to be mostly excellent and one of the reasons I bought the game.

10 thoughts on “Lara Gates: The Lost Talisman

  1. Lara goes to Italy in search of clues. She knows that the talismans have been scattered somewhere around the University, but where? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Flossi24 from Definitely Different I read the reviews but tried the demo anyway.

  2. I like it. Would like to see the sequel. If you don't know what to do next, just look for an unlocked door, or click on the hint button and it will tell you.

  3. Furthermore, navigation from one area to the next is often unituitive. Then I realized that the game had a glitch in it that still needed to be repaired. Clues are in your journal.

  4. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by WarmBuns from Not the best game out there If I was searching somewhere and could not pick something up, logically to me it is not an "item" that should be searchable. While I suppose one could get used to this perspective, it is immediately jarring and unpleasant.

  5. No voiceovers - all reading - which also can become quite tedious. Rated 5 out of 5 by tailswhiskers from Fun anddid not want it to end When I started to play this game, I found out that it takes place at a college. The biggest problem with The Lost Talisman is its graphical design.

  6. Sound was muted so I couldn't tell you much. If I was searching somewhere and could not pick something up, logically to me it is not an "item" that should be searchable. The HOS scenes were good as some of the items were a little tricky to find but not impossible. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by TopazMystique from Looking forward to the sequel! I did use the hints on occasion and found them for the most part helpful.

  7. I did use the hints on occasion and found them for the most part helpful. If you don't know what to do next, just look for an unlocked door, or click on the hint button and it will tell you. Overall, it was ok.

  8. It's a straight forward HOG with a few puzzles thrown in. If you don't know what to do next, just look for an unlocked door, or click on the hint button and it will tell you. At the end there is a statement leading us to believe there will be a sequel. I don't recommend this game if you are familiar with this kind of gaming genre since it would be way too easy to play and the amount of errors in the game takes away from it being fun. Clues are in your journal.

  9. Furthermore, navigation from one area to the next is often unituitive. I played the regular version and it ran about 3. No voiceovers - all reading - which also can become quite tedious. The HOS are mixed up with fun puzzles, not too hard, nor too easy.

  10. The Bad Forgettable. I like games with that feature. She knows that the talismans have been scattered somewhere around the University, but where?

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