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Others have mentioned this, but it takes forever to go from scene to scene and you get a black screen in between. I thought my computer had gone kaput! The objects are easy enough to find but you go back to the same scenes over and over. Interesting graphics though and some cute puzzles. I never did figure out how to fold the paper to find the hidden clues. Had to skip those. Not the best game because of the extremely slow play. Could have been a lot better.
Items in the rooms you explore have labels in English, and there are modern items such as radios and television and hairdryers. (The modern items I would guess are supposed to be evidence of an advanced civilization). Not only that, Atlantis was theoretically sunk a few thousand years before the birth of Christ (at least), but in a few rooms you see multiple Catholic symbols and figures of Mary and Jesus! From the look of it, I would have to set it as 1950s era, America.Further, there are paper items galore (and an entire intact library of books and paper scrolls) that seem to have had no problem with being underwater.Apparently somehow this sunken city was magically preserved from all effects of being underwater- nothing showed evidence of getting wet, of being moved by current (everything is apparently exactly where it was left, most rooms appeared to have been suddenly abandoned yesterday) or of being touched, damaged or affected by any type of fish, barnacle, crustacean, plants/corals, rust, tarnish or even time itself.If you can stomach all that, you might enjoy it.