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A solid archaeological mystery game…

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This game starts just where Riddle of the Sphinx left off.

Graphics are just as good as in the Riddle of the Sphinx. This time, providing much more 360 view than in the last game. The monuments, the cutscenes and the different places you can see are represented almost as if you are really there, and just a hand away.

Gameplay is exactly like ROTS (Riddle of the Sphinx), except for the “fast-inventory” mode, in other words, if you right-click, you have the inventory.

Music and sound are amazing. Period.

Finally, to conclude, for anyone searching for a solid archaeological mystery game, Omega Stone is for you.

It’s a game worth playing…

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I’m from the old school of adventure games and don’t mind if a puzzle takes a bit to solve. This game is really good in the puzzle department, it holds your interest, and if you have a bit of the romantic in you, the Egyptian theme is quite satisfying.
The graphics show the game’s age, but they’re still very good. Overall, it’s a game worth playing.
I recommend this game!

I just finished playing it and it’s absolutely incredible!

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You’ve created a masterpiece of workmanship! I just finished playing it and it’s absolutely incredible! The attention to detail is totally amazing! I can’t say enough good things to tell you how much I enjoyed playing it and anxiously look forward to the sequel! Not since Myst have I taken so many notes. The puzzles were intriguing and great fun! Kudos to both of you!!! :-) It was worth waiting for! It was everything that I had hoped it would be… and MORE! Merry Christmas!

– Yvonne

A fun, fascinating, educational mystery game.

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Good grief, it’s been 20 years since I’ve had an Imo’s! Are they still as greasy and delicious as they used to be? (wiping drool from chin…) Miss them, Ted Drewes, Naugle’s breakfast burritos, Steak and Shake burgers, Cyrano’s, and the Alfredo from The Hill… At least I’ve still got my “Sliders” here in the Twin Cities. GREAT game! I will happily link to it from my site. Nice to see hometown folks putting out such a fun, fascinating, educational mystery game. Who’da thunk somebody from St. Louis – so far from the Silicon Valley – would accomplish something as wonderful as ROTS!!! Congratulations!

– mk everts

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