Riddle of the Sphinx 2: The Omega Stone Image

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  • Summary: After years of digging, noted archaeologist, Sir Gil Blythe Geoffreys uncovered a secret chamber and an ancient papyrus scroll overlooked for centuries that revealed the whereabouts of a treasure sought after throughout the millennia, the Ark of the Covenant. Further exploration led to the discovery of another prophetic scroll, the contents of which unravels an ominous mystery. Sir Gil Blythe Geoffreys, calls on you to lead the exploration and examination of the origins of this sacred scroll, whose symbols point to cultures of great intelligence and refined intellects. [The Adventure Company] Expand
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  1. Not many developers would take the time and energy needed to recreate these famous sites with the care and attention that they require or conduct the many hours of research that this game calls for. Not many games can claim to give you the feeling of actually being there.
  2. The blurry graphics and amateur acting detract from what is otherwise a very immersive gaming experience, but seasoned adventure gamers should still find a lot to explore and discover in this latest offering from The Adventure Company.
  3. The game was obviously made by people who love the subject matter, and that affection comes across in every element.
  4. The generally high production values combined with the unending series of coherent brain-stretching enigmas make this worth a serious look.
  5. 65
    The difficulty of the game's puzzles (aggravated by a poor interface), combined with tedious mazes and trudging back and forth through emptiness killed my enjoyment of the game.
  6. An exciting puzzle game, and the ending creatively explains the link between the locales you've visited. Despite Stone's imperfections, this nicely improved sequel is worth digging up. [Aug 2003, p.86]
  7. Simply stated, TOS is a mediocre puzzle game at best. It really is a shame because the designers came so close to crafting a game that would forever reside on your shelf with the classics.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 3
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  3. Negative: 2 out of 3
  1. Jae
    Jun 15, 2003
    Running back and forth became tedious. The patch worked fine for a partial install. Overall story and puzzles okay - I would have liked more humour.
  2. JoK.
    Jun 2, 2003
    I find the game frustrating, with game crashing, items in inventory multiplying or disappearing, magnifying glass stops working. Even though i downloaded the patch, and did a full install of the game. Not a user friendly game at all! Expand
  3. S.Johnson
    Aug 12, 2003
    Looks and sounds good (before you play it) controls suck. Included instructions don't even suck - they don't exist (unless all you want to know is how to install the game) You don't have a clue or a goal. If you had a good interface, it might be fun to play with, but you don't so it isn't. If you buy this game - trade it for three peanuts, you'll get no more. Expand