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iOS – Treasure Seekers 4: The Time Has Come – New

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In this fourth installment of the game, Tom, Nelly and Totenkraft are in a race for nothing less than the Holy Grail itself – with the fate of the world hanging in the balance! Fortunately our heroes are terrific at what they do and so the game serves up a healthy dose of hidden object adventuring fun.

In the game Nelly deciphers an ancient Mayan hieroglyphs that predict the end of the world in 2012. She is kidnapped by her arch-enemy, the time-traveling Totenkraft, who hopes to put her unique knowledge to use in his latest scheme. But Nelly’s brother Tom chases after them through time in a desperate attempt to rescue his sister and put a stop to the shenanigans!

This app is free and you can download it here. The full game unlock is an in-app purchase for $6.99

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Treasure Seekers 4: The Time Has Come sports two difficulty levels available, casual and advanced, although even in advanced mode the game will ensure that nobody gets stuck anywhere for long. The scenes are beautifully drawn and gameplay simple and elegant. The various puzzles pleasantly balance out the action in the game. Treasure Seekers 4: The Time Has Come was originally developed for PC by Artogon.

Key Features:
    •    4 Heart-stopping chapters
    •    45 Thrilling levels
    •    2 Game modes – casual and advanced
    •    Outstanding graphics
    •    Captivating storyline
    •    Game Center Support

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