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Adam’s Venture Episode 1 


I love the exploration of the Tomb Raider games. I love the awe of finding a new impressive looking area. I do not mind the puzzles. The violence is what drags Tomb Raider down. It messes with the flow of the game, and lets be honest - violence is boring and so last century. This is where Adam’s Venture comes into the mix. This franchise gives us that awe and inspiration. It gives us puzzles. It left the violence on the design table.

Adam’s Venture Episode 1 The Search for the Lost Garden takes us to the gates of the Garden of Eden. In 1928 the entrance was discovered. The gate is closed though. So you go on a quest through the caves to find all of the pieces that will operate the door mechanism.

Along the way you run into a black smoke. This black smoke in Adam’s Venture Episode 1 sounds a lot like Satan. At the very least a demon that is trying to stop you from getting into the Garden of Eden. Players have to be careful of traps in Adam’s Venture Episode 1. They will send you back to your last checkpoint. Thankfully there was no blood or gore on these traps.

My first issue with Adam’s Venture Episode 1 is the length. This game is short. I mean really short. We walked through it in two hours. There are ten hidden chests, but I saw no reason to replay the game to pick up what I had missed. This Personal Computer game is also a one shot experience. Once you go through the game there are few reasons to go back through it.

The keyboard controls feel a bit stiff to me, and did not always work so great with level design. Especially when running at an angle. Puzzles do not always make sense, and Adam’s Venture Episode 1 does not offer any hints on what to do. There are game walkthroughs on the Internet if you get really stuck. The Bible verses and overall experience of Adam’s Venture Episode 1 is fantastic. I really enjoyed this game.
- Paul


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 100%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Iceberg Interactive
Developer: Vertigo Games

Rating: ‘7+’ - 7+

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