National Geographic: Lost City of Z
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N-139218
Category:
Adventure
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Platform:
Windows
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New
Brand:
ValuSoft
Age Rating:
All Ages
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$19.99
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Uncover the secrets hidden in the Amazon!

Product Information

In 1925, British Colonel Percy Fawcett journeyed to the Mato Grosso region of Brazil with a small crew to search for a lost civilization – the mysterious City of Z. They never returned. National Geographic went on the case to solve the mystery - now a National Geographic employee has been missing in the jungle for four days. It’s up to you to help find the Lost City of Z! Join National Geographic on a quest for truth that leads to death or disappearance for those who long to solve it. Can you get through the impenetrable jungle canopy of the Amazon to find the Lost City of Z?

Product Features
  • Scour 43 exotic locations and search for the hidden clues to discover the secrets of the Amazon.
  • Use the emergency kit and provide the much needed anti-venom serum to a village boy in trouble.
  • Pin the correct coordinates on the map to discover the route taken by Abby, the lost National Geographic explorer.
  • Take photographs of the beautiful scenes around you and catalog them in your daily journal.
  • Search for traces of an ancient civilization as you follow the clues left by Colonel Fawcett to lead you to the next clue.
  • Play exciting new mini-games to challenge your matching skills.
  • Excite to thrilling footage from the television event as you search for the missing National Geographic explorer.




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System Requirements
  • Windows XP, Vista
  • Pentium 800 MHz or faster processor
  • 512 MB of RAM or more
  • 159 MB of available Hard Disk space
  • DirectX 9.0 or later
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
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