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  • Summary: Dive into the exciting world of finding long forgotten treasures. Grab your metal detector and set off to explore the countryside. What today looks like a peaceful meadow might have been the scene of a fierce battle in the past, hiding now the valuable artefacts. Ready to dig in the past?
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    This slightly peculiar game has a surprising amount of appeal, despite a few small flaws. Pretty environments paired with decent replayability provides a fun, relaxing few hours, at the very least.
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  1. Jun 17, 2021
    4
    I am actually quite sad because this game had some intereting potential. And developers were surprisingly close to deliver us an unavoidableI am actually quite sad because this game had some intereting potential. And developers were surprisingly close to deliver us an unavoidable indie game. But instead, we have this fancy and intriguing air-filled package. Fresh air yes, but you will soon realize it's gone after something like an hour of gameplay. The main flaw of 'Treasure Hunter Simulator' is its crude repetitiveness, but it also has many others. The objectives are not always clear. Sometimes they are shown on the map, sometimes not, so you waste time on each mission only to realize that you just had to look at the big yellow dot floating in the corner of the map to succeed. The graphics are barely decent: the landscapes and lighting are great but as soon as you get close to the details, it gets ugly as hell. The animation your character does every time you pick up an object often made me vomit because you see the ground and the objects in question in the most hideous and pixelated way. In addition to its repetitive gameplay, the game is just awfully slow. I finished it by running from start to finish. So why add the ability to walk in this case? You can upgrade your stuff but yeah, the gameplay doesn't even change a bit doing so. It is buggy and unrewarding. Expand