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The Lost Crown: A Ghost Hunting Adventure on PC

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The Lost Crown: A Ghost Hunting Adventure is a Adventuring game available on the PC.

The Lost Crown: A Ghost Hunting Adventure is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.


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Teen Gamer review Mon, 09 Feb 2009

A genuinely decent adventure game! I've missed these things. Of course, being an adventure game it's hardly exciting, to the point of being dull a lot of the time, but it is a challenging and enthralling adventure game, the type of which is hard to come by, and I do not think has been achieved fully since the Broken Sword series.

In The Lost Crown, you play a man, Nigel Denvers, who has a very irritating voice. This is possibly the second most annoying part of the game. Nigel and a girl, Lucy Reubans, seem to have been transported through the normal realm into some sort of spooky town on the coast of England by a weird train. As I said, don't expect much in terms of action, but this is a good puzzle game, which will enthral you into this game for hours.
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