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  • Summary: **Hero's Lost Tomb is now on sale for 99 cents! Now you can uncover clues and solve the mystery of Herod's Lost Tomb for 75% off the regular price!** *************************************** "Impressive" ; "This very fun hidden object game is a great value for your dollar" -- 8/10 IGN

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    Explore the ancient biblical world, uncover hidden archeological clues and help researchers solve the mystery of Herod's Lost Tomb in this hidden object game from National Geographic. Based on a major television event, Herod's Lost Tomb allows players to join archeologists as they excavate masterpieces of ancient architecture and examine clues that reveal the final resting places of one of the Bible's most infamous characters.

    Using classic hidden object gameplay and controls designed specifically for the iPhone, players must explore a variety of environments and find the hidden items in each location.

    Can you find the clues and uncover the grave? Find out in Herod's Lost Tomb from National Geographic!
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  1. Mar 15, 2011
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    I bought this game from a store. It has a fussy long installation procedure -- for a simple, unsophisticated game -- that also asked to have anti-virus turned off. It installed two icons, neither of which started the game. One went straight to the "Break for Games" home page, and the other went to a startup screen where nothing worked, except the link to "Break for Games". Thinking the game might require online play, I started what turned out to be the demo. I couldn't get the play screen to enlarge to full size (and I gather from the forum, others had the same problem.), so I played on a 2 x 3 inch area. Mindless, random clicking easily resolved the three puzzle screens I was allowed to play before I was invited to buy a game that I already own and have installed. Not just one of those games where you want your money back, but one where you want your time back. Collapse