Among its renowned landmarks and hidden gems waiting to be discovered, Paris holds something new for each of its visitors. Scour some of the world's most famous locations for souvenirs as you prepare to be interviewed for an upcoming article in Travelogue 360 magazine. Locate items hidden in 3-Dimensional views of the Eiffel Tower, down the Champs Elysees, under the Arc de Triomphe, and others of Paris' most beloved landmarks. Find your own Paris in this incredible voyage.
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You also have to rotate pieces to fit into a dumb suitcase. Without a doubt, Travelogue can be used as a learning tool. The English-speaking player can certainly benefit from knowing how to properly pronounce the French names of places visited. This is how you find the items on your list. The really cool thing about this game is the degree aspect of it. There is a limit to how many times you can use the compass, so use it sparingly, lest you want to have no help at the higher levels. There are parts to every tour, and in each part you need to locate "souvenirs" using a degree ball and directional arrows. You can zoom in and out with your mouse. You use the mouse and look all around the scene for the objects. It must be noted that for the review I used the downloadable version from MacGameStore. The big difference with Travelogue is the panoramic experience. If you use them all, you're just stuck until you can find all the objects on your own. It is unlike any other HO game you will ever play! I am sure that the two games are identical, perhaps with the only difference being the Aspyr logo added to the beginning of the game.
The concept of the scrolling of the scenes was interesting and I was enjoying it, except for the no skip for puzzles. If you use them all, you're just stuck until you can find all the objects on your own. Rated 5 out of 5 by scoonerz from Best out there The Travelogue series are undoubtedly the best there is. There are also some elements that are not as good as one of the other games, "Rome: Curse of the Necklace". Even better, if the game could have a switch to go totally French, it would be a boon for students of the French language. I am sure that the two games are identical, perhaps with the only difference being the Aspyr logo added to the beginning of the game. There are no skips for puzzles and therefore All in all, I liked this game and gave it 4 stars. There's a compass ball at the bottom of the screen which you need to move up, down, left and right to move around the screen But, I will recommend it because I would have liked to been able to try the Mystery of London version, but it did not work on my pc. The items are large enough to see and there is a relaxed mode of Tourist in the beginning of the game that you can choose. That I succeeded, but the latest I Spy game was a disappointment.
Given its beautiful graphics and the immersing experience, I enjoyed Travelogue Paris very much. It is currently available only as a download from MacGameStore. There is a limit to how many times you can use the compass, so use it sparingly, lest you want to have no help at the higher levels. Most or maybe all of the pictures were taken from earlier games, only with different items to look for. Especially with all the innovations in technology and graphics, I bet a new one would be an instant hit Even better, if the game could have a switch to go totally French, it would be a boon for students of the French language. In this game there are only 5 hints per tour, so be sure to save them up. After the novelty of panoramic gaming and the awe of the gorgeous graphics wear off, I find that the game is too easy to play. Some of the tours, especially toward the end of the game, have 7 or 8 parts and up to 14 souvenirs to find in each part. It should make use of words that have multiple meanings. Mini games. Once you find all your items, you get a stamp and are on your way to the next stop. There were no voice overs but a LOT of voices