Ashley Clark: The Secrets of the Ancient Temple

Detective Ashley Clark was sent to investigate another incident at an zoo. This time, the victim was a security guard, likely killed by an animal. During her investigation, she discovers a mysterious world full of dangers. Play the detective and help Ashley unravel the mysteries of an ancient temple.

I wish the game was better as the story had potential. You may find objects that you cannot pickup, you'll be able to later, so remember where they are. It won't hurt to give it a try. Knowing what I know now, would I have bought it? The first time the HOP is a very interactive list find, the next time you return, it will be a silhouetted shape find. Roll on the next one. Bottom line: This is a game I took my time with, using it as a break between other games. You start by talking to the director, Jim. Don't worry about the police; they have apparently not been called. Based on the lack of instructions, I would have given this game one star but I really did like the story and most of the puzzles where easy enough to figure out. Easy to play if you follow the map. My only complaint would be the fact that you have to do a lot of back and forthing, and to access the map, you have to click on your journal and then the map tab which can get annoying when you are constantly having to change locations. I am a fan of lots of puzzles. I really enjoyed this follow up to Ashley Clark Secret of the Ruby. Tough luck, Jim.

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We have a notebook or Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist journal and that is something I love in a game. MAP: Totally missed that there was a map! Please try for yourself as you may find more here than I did. I am a fan of lots of puzzles. The scenes tend to be dark and a bit grainy, but items are still recognizable. I used a free game code. No problem with the game, little long download time. All in all the game is definitely one I want to add Zarya - 1 my th collection. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Birkies from Lost 'em all. I think the worst part about this game so far is how Rescue Team 8 get one little item at a time - go all the way back where you have to use it while asking yourself things like 'why can't the knife cut the ivy too? Either the mini games are too easy they show you the matches for a match 3. Based on the lack of instructions, I would have given this rhe one star but Temle really did like the story Tempe most of the puzzles where easy enough to figure out. Abrupt and confusing ending. You start by talking to the director, Jim.

Even though there is no custom mode, if you select the easy mode the hints seem to recharge almost immediately. Good stuff: The story is somewhat different, interactive map, artwork, HOPs that are interactive the first time and silhouette the second time you visit, mini-games with occasionally adequate instructions, and batteries you collect in each scene to get more hints. I like new mini-games, especially to play the mandolin and ringing bells. Graphics is beautiful. There are lip-synced voiceovers that are fairly good. Please try for yourself as you may find more here than I did. Moments later he is taken in to the gorilla cage by what you describe as a giant spider. Puzzles, hidden objects, story line--all enjoyable and worthy for replay! The first time the HOP is a very interactive list find, the next time you return, it will be a silhouetted shape find. I love the computer generated graphics, and the whole vibe of the closed zoo. One of the security guards. Tough luck, Jim. Interesting plot moves and change of scene, it turns unexpectedly and you want to know what will happen next.

My sort of game. You find a 'hint' in each new screen, Even though it may take several hints Vagrant Hearts get to your next task, You only use one hint to get there. The drawback is that even though Bubble Zoo 2 puzzles get more challenging with each level, which is expected, eventually Secrefs reach a puzzle that can't be completed without the SKIP button. Probably, but I bought it cheap! There was a lot of running around from one place to another in order to find what I needed to rescue the zoo administrator in the beginning of the game, and I kept thinking that poor Jim would be a goner before I ever managed to find him — lol. I ended up skipping quite a few because it just wasn't worth my time to figure out what to do. Plus this game has additional annoying factors like suddenly having the same HO scene re-emerge, yet you don't know this since you have no reason to go back there so you have to wander or use hints until you realize it Monkey Money was interesting and held my Clsrk:.


Either the mini games are too easy they show you the matches for a match 3. Again the instructions in this game are very minimal, so it is not for a newbie fishy, but intermediates and above should find it challenging and entertaining. I wish the game was better as the story had potential. Just keep looking. There was a lot of running around from one place to another in order to find what I needed to rescue the zoo administrator in the beginning of the game, and I kept thinking that poor Jim would be a goner before I ever managed to find him — lol. Will certainly be playing this one again and would recommend it to other HO followers. Ashley Clark is a detective sent to investigate the death of a security guard at the zoo. Took about hours but that was with some interruptions and skipping many puzzles. Graphics is beautiful. One of the security guards. And don't worry about the body left lying where the guard fell; there's no blood and you hardly notice it as you pass it repeatedly. I really enjoyed this follow up to Ashley Clark Secret of the Ruby. The first time the HOP is a very interactive list find, the next time you return, it will be a silhouetted shape find. Don't worry about the police; they have apparently not been called.

You find a 'hint' in each new screen, Even though it may take several hints to get to your next task, You only use one hint to get there. Please try for yourself as you may find more here than I did. Can evil be stopped? Secrets of the Ancient Temple is the second game in the Ashley Clark series and I remember thoroughly enjoying the first game. The first time the HOP is a very interactive list find, the next time you return, it will be a silhouetted shape find. TONS of back and forth!! The hidden object scenes are good but there is hardly any of them. Puzzles, hidden objects, story line--all enjoyable and worthy for replay! In the list type HOPs there is quite a bit of interaction required to find many items, while in the silhouette types no interaction is required. I am a fan of lots of puzzles. No problem with the game, little long download time. Probably, but I bought it cheap! You may find objects that you cannot pickup, you'll be able to later, so remember where they are. The Mini Games range from super simple to medium difficulty, but they can be skipped if you prefer. I really enjoyed this follow up to Ashley Clark Secret of the Ruby.

8 thoughts on “Ashley Clark: The Secrets of the Ancient Temple

  1. I did not like the ending at all, could of had more action.. You start with twenty some. I like it when there is a game series that catches my eyes and challenges me.

  2. The puzzles and hidden object scenes were awesome except for the fact on some you had no idea what to do. Very generous, I almost never had less than Too bad because it was a great story. Moments later he is taken in to the gorilla cage by what you describe as a giant spider.

  3. What Ashley discovers hidden beneath the zoo could explain everything, but can she escape? I like it when there is a game series that catches my eyes and challenges me. Just keep looking. And don't worry about the body left lying where the guard fell; there's no blood and you hardly notice it as you pass it repeatedly.

  4. Are you up to the task? Ashley has been called in to investigate the death of a security guard in the local zoo. There are voices, but you see captions, not moving lips. The last is nightmare!

  5. After another dozen or so trips between gate and the food storage room, you make it into the gorilla cage, where there is no sign of Jim or the spider. The following is a list of some of the Mini Games, as brief descriptions, that you will encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate knobs on a microscope to create an image. The Hidden Object Scenes are repeated twice in each location. I love having a map, and a journal and finding hint items, and also full screen on my 15 inch laptop. TONS of back and forth!!

  6. MAP: Totally missed that there was a map! Because I love the gameplay and the puzzles, I am giving the game a high rating even though it lacks some of the polish of the games from our top devs. All in all the game is definitely one I want to add to my game collection.

  7. Probably, but I bought it cheap! My sort of game. And don't worry about the body left lying where the guard fell; there's no blood and you hardly notice it as you pass it repeatedly. I just wasn't having fun. There are minimal instructions for the game so in many cases we are on our own to figure out some of the puzzles.

  8. Tough luck, Jim. Graphics is beautiful. Either the mini games are too easy they show you the matches for a match 3. Based on the lack of instructions, I would have given this game one star but I really did like the story and most of the puzzles where easy enough to figure out. Interesting plot moves and change of scene, it turns unexpectedly and you want to know what will happen next.

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