||(Win98/Me/XP) (Retail) (BEYONDA2PR)
||(Win98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (BEYONDA2PJ)
Mild Violence / Suggestive Themes
A from Just Adventure
Step Back Into the Lands of Dreams
and Legends ...
Embark on an incredible adventure and become immersed in an
extraordinary tale of intrigue and mystery.
Assume the role of an archaeologist, as you search for the
existence of a metropolis built, according to myth and legend, by the ancient
Egyptians. Your quest for the mysterious secrets, that have eluded many, will
take you on a journey through the worlds of unequaled beauty.
Let wisdom be your guide as you travel through time and
spirit, and encounter challenging puzzles along your path. Discover and explore
the stunning surroundings of the vast Sahara Desert, the wondrous icy plains of
Siberia, and the fascinating lands of ancient Egypt.
The greatest treasure of all time lies waiting to be
An epic adventure set across many worlds
Stunningly realistic 3D graphics
Engaging and challenging puzzles
Original and compelling storyline
Windows 98/Me/XP: Pentium II 333 MHz (Pentium II 450
MHz recommended), 32 MB RAM (64 MB RAM recommended), 8x CD-ROM drive, DirectX
compatible sound card and video card.
Before starting play you should apply the patch available
Adventure by Ray Ivey
"...Are you in the mood for a breezy, gorgeous adventure
game with more of what you like and less of what you hate? You're in luck,
"Easily the most entertaining segment of the game,
however, takes place in a stunningly-imagined mythical Baghdad. You actually
assume the role of Scheherazade as well as the wily thief in the story she's
telling. In your pursuit of a black rose you encounter a kaleidoscopic parade
of puzzles that are a tremendous pleasure to solve. There's everything from
using a cat to divert a guard to guiding a unicorn through a tricky maze to
becoming a piece on a gigantic spiral game board. The entire sequence is a
triumph of design.
"I've been pretty hard on games with the Cryo label in the
last few years, so it's nice to be able to report that Beyond Atlantis 2 is
such a pleasure to play. It's as if someone sent out a memo reminding everyone
that, ahem, adventure games are supposed to be fun. And this game is the most
fun I've had with a Cryo game since their underrated 1999 Ring: The Legend of the Nibelungen. It's a game that will
bring much pleasure to the desperately deprived adventure game audience."
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