Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse tells the story of Kate McCormick, a private investigator that receives a call from her friend, professor Archibald Jones, an expert in ancient Mesoamerican civilizations. The old guy is in trouble and only manages to tell Kate about a mysterious briefcase she has to find and give to the authorities. Of course, after the FBI takes the briefcase, Kate decides to take the matter into her own hands and solve the mystery herself. And you will help her!
So prepare to find out everything about an ancient mystery of the Aztec Empire, expose a secret organization and save some lives in the process – everything in a thrilling game that’s really, really well done!
The Emerald Curse mixes the first person adventure genre with hidden object elements and many puzzles/minigames that keep the action alert and you entertained. Even better, the minigames are not repetitive, so you will not get bored doing the same things over and over again. Or, if you find them too difficult (which shouldn’t be the case), you can skip them entirely and only focus on the mystery-solving part of the game.
So even though I only tested a beta version of the game I can say that I was fascinated and I can barely wait for the full product to hit the stores (it had to happen on the 12th of March, but apparently there was a tiny delay).
UPDATE: Now you can buy the game by clicking this link. Have fun!