Jane Lucky is a newly released hidden object game. The game doesn't seem to be crazy original at first sight, though there are some features that help it kind of fresh up the genre.
You get to go to the jungle to solve the ancient mystery and get rid of the terrorists, who kidnapped you.
The game gives generous portions of dialogues with excelent voices.
The game takes you to deep jungles, where things work a little different than in more civilized places. You are on an archaelogical trip with a team of workers and a professor. Suddenly a helicopter lands and armed people take your team as hostages.
The professor is taken from you by someone in a mask. You have no idea what's going on until very soon when you remember that the professor was talking about some mysterious thing called Northern Star. You get real quick that it all might have something to do with the present situation. The story unfold more and more with your every next step. The game gives generous portions of dialogues with excelent voices.
The character of the game are very beautifully drawn. There's no question about that. Though some of them a bit ... strange. Like the girl you are playing as is a blod who looks just like anything but a smart archaeologist.
Anyways that's what you get in Jane Lucky. As to the game play, you spend most of the time on the hidden object searches. There are two different types. One of them is when you are to find the items given to you in the circles on the screen. The trick about those levels is that you don't really get what is the original size of the items since all of them are tiny small in those circles.
The other ones are just typical hidden object levels where you follow the classic trail. You are given a list of items to find and a rechargable hint for the most challenging cases. There are also searches of several items of the same kind.
There are different mini-games as you move on in the game. Those are very typical, but fun and work great as a change from the searches.
The game is beautiful, but there isn't enough challenge to make it a better one. Though don't take my word for it, check it out for yourself.
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