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Inca Quest

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Reviewer:  undiep
Location:  United States
It's a tried & true game format, that much is true. And though this game is far from original, I loved it. Yes, it had the lame explorer in search of treasure in a jungle plot, & yes it had some lame monkey sidekick thrown in for laughs. But those shockingly did not ruin the game. It was relatively easy, especially if you know how to get those rebound shots, & it wasn't too short like I feared it would be. It also offered some variation, which is hard to do with this sort o...

21 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 38 seconds
Dial-up: 53 minutes

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Aim, launch, and match Incan color coins through temples of ancient secrets and untold treasure. The Professors color-popping journey will take him through 10 temples of adventure, 80 confounding puzzles, and 8 floors of the Shamans survival trial.

Will you be the one to guide the Professor and his friends? Challenges of skill, strategy, and fun are waiting for you. Live the next generation of puzzle action in Inca Quest!



  Free Trial Version!

Colorful match-n-pop gameplay
Adventure, Puzzle, and Survival play modes
Next-generation special effects and artwork
A dozen secret power-ups to discover
  for only $19.99

 Full Unlimited Version.
 Instant activation.
 No additional downloads.
 No shipping, waiting or CD-ROM     necessary.

Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
Processor: PII 400 MHz
128 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 21 MB
SVGA Video Card
Sound Card
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Inca Quest, Better Than the Rest
Written by: undiep  | Read all reviews by this user

Pros: 
Graphics, Sound

Cons: 
Laggy at times

Comments: 
It's a tried & true game format, that much is true. And though this game is far from original, I loved it. Yes, it had the lame explorer in search of treasure in a jungle plot, & yes it had some lame monkey sidekick thrown in for laughs. But those shockingly did not ruin the game. It was relatively easy, especially if you know how to get those rebound shots, & it wasn't too s...
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