Jane Lucky

Help Jane Lucky solve the riddle of an ancient artifact! Travel the globe in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Meet new friends, fight with rebels, and encounter unpredictable twists as you step into the shoes of an expert archaeologist. Tackle tricky minigames and puzzles as you explore realistic looking locations in this immersive game.


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Date published: Jane Lucky is a fun game for users who enjoy a side of puzzle solving with their adventure storyline. This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game. Very well done graphics, excellent voice over, great sound, intriguing characters, impressive dialogs. As a Jane Lucky, game was not very well developed. Storyline: Jane and a group of student archeologists go on a dig when they are set upon by Freedom Fighter terrorists. At times, it made little sense. Jane Lucky is a brightly colored bold game that touches on the subject of terorists very well and earned a couple stars. Puzzles were easy and repetitious ok if Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies for novices. Too monochromatic in color. Voice overs were nice to begin with, but later they stopped. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Creative Storyline and Mad Mouse The HOGs were miserable because they were monochromatic in color and the items were impossible to Jane Lucky. Text boxes are used to interact with other characters or Fairyland Match objects in Jane Lucky, and most if not all text contains clues or hints to help solve future puzzles.

Graphics are excellent and colorful and enjoy the story. Jane Lucky is a fun game for users who enjoy a side of puzzle solving with their adventure storyline. But, as always, please take the time to try it, it is free. Softonic review Fun-filled hidden object hunt through exotic locations Jane Lucky is an adventure game that takes players to exciting locales while they solve puzzles. Why do they want us to strain our eyes. Think twice about this game. But, that's only the beginning, because along comes a helicopter with a masked man really, a silver mask who kidnaps Sky, head Professor and archeologist. Very good game, indeed! Jane Lucky is a brightly colored bold game that touches on the subject of terorists very well and earned a couple stars. Really liked the demo, so bought the game half-way through — entire game took a little over 5 hours on casual. This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game. The majority of Jane Lucky is still-frame, with the occasional action frames complimenting movie cuts that push the game forward or supplement the storyline. Half of the dialogue is spoken and about half you have to read. Date published:

They, of course, have limited Mahjong Garden To Go experiences or exposure to real-life stories of problems people solve or the types of TV programs they watch. I consider this a great game for them. But, as always, please take the time to try it, it is free. I already bought the Jane Lucky. Voice overs were nice to begin with, but later Jane Lucky stopped. Like professional boxers have different weight divisions, my reviews are based on certain catergories. Rated 5 out of 5 by katmeup from suprising i was realy suprised at this game it keeps you involved and just as you think its over it isn't many games finish much to quickly and this one does Mystery Cruise lots of fun Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by usfreedom from Great challenge! I guess it depends what side of the story you're on. Date published: I recommend this only if all you want to do is find HO's. This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game.


Puzzles were easy and repetitious ok if intended for novices. The HOGs were miserable because they were monochromatic in color and the items were impossible to find. The puzzles are rather easy, have to be as I solved them with no problem. A lot of detailed artistry added a third star. Really liked the demo, so bought the game half-way through — entire game took a little over 5 hours on casual. If you click too often on the same character or object though, expect to get repetitive responses. I have nice vision. This game had more dialog than I like but it was like reading an interactive book. Graphics: Horrible. I already bought the game. What you get is something similar to a FROG, in that you have a circle of smaller items to retrieve in order to get the larger item gather tools for the toolbox, then take the toolbox, etc. Think twice about this game. I guess it depends what side of the story you're on. Jane Lucky is a brightly colored bold game that touches on the subject of terorists very well and earned a couple stars. Why do they want us to strain our eyes.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Creative Storyline and Graphics! A lot of detailed artistry added a third star. This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game. Fifth star for being able to find hidden objects without a magnifying glass or with little hint help. These puzzles often require players to rearrange images, memorize sequences or put objects in the right order to obtain a specific goal. I already bought the game. They, of course, have limited life experiences or exposure to real-life stories of problems people solve or the types of TV programs they watch. The dialogue was overly long and ridiculous at times. I recommend this only if all you want to do is find HO's. I guess it depends what side of the story you're on. They are in every scene. I consider this a great game for them.

This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game. Really liked the demo, so bought the game half-way through — entire game took a little over 5 hours on casual. Right amount of a lot of HOSes, not too challenge, but nice. They are everywhere and they seem to be what this game is all about. If you click too often on the same character or object though, expect to get repetitive responses. Why do they want us to strain our eyes. Map highlighted active areas and took you directly there. Very good game, indeed! They, of course, have limited life experiences or exposure to real-life stories of problems people solve or the types of TV programs they watch. They are in every scene. At times, it made little sense. Puzzles were easy and repetitious ok if intended for novices. Advertisement With a non-linear storyline that gently guides players forward at their own pace, Jane Lucky takes you from pyramids to remote islands to jungles, in one single game. I guess it depends what side of the story you're on. Date published:

13 thoughts on “Jane Lucky

  1. At times, it made little sense. A lot of detailed artistry added a third star. The dialogue was overly long and ridiculous at times. Softonic review Fun-filled hidden object hunt through exotic locations Jane Lucky is an adventure game that takes players to exciting locales while they solve puzzles. The majority of Jane Lucky is still-frame, with the occasional action frames complimenting movie cuts that push the game forward or supplement the storyline.

  2. Half of the dialogue is spoken and about half you have to read. This Glam-ma says it could have been a really great game. They, of course, have limited life experiences or exposure to real-life stories of problems people solve or the types of TV programs they watch. Think twice about this game. Voice overs were nice to begin with, but later they stopped.

  3. The puzzles are easy also. I could have enjoyed a lot more. I already bought the game. At times, it made little sense.

  4. Some mini games are new and good challenging, others are well known and easy. Music was nice. As a whole, game was not very well developed. They are everywhere and they seem to be what this game is all about.

  5. But, it just lost a lot in the translation. Very good game, indeed! Happy Gaming. Terrorists, Freedom Fighters and Archeology all rolled in one.

  6. Sound: Tuned it out - 'nuf said. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Creative Storyline and Graphics! A lot of detailed artistry added a third star. Voice overs were nice to begin with, but later they stopped. I already bought the game.

  7. But, it just lost a lot in the translation. I could have enjoyed a lot more. Could be the game or my computer, but it became tedious just reading all the dialogue. The dialogue was overly long and ridiculous at times. So problems encountered had the most unviable and unbelievable solutions.

  8. Date published: Graphics are excellent and colorful and enjoy the story. These puzzles often require players to rearrange images, memorize sequences or put objects in the right order to obtain a specific goal.

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by suchar from good game I finished the hour play and liked it almost immediately. They are in every scene. I could have enjoyed a lot more.

  10. A lot of detailed artistry added a third star. Jane Lucky is a brightly colored bold game that touches on the subject of terorists very well and earned a couple stars. Very good game, indeed!

  11. Jane Lucky is a brightly colored bold game that touches on the subject of terorists very well and earned a couple stars. Voice overs were nice to begin with, but later they stopped. Jane Lucky is a fun game for users who enjoy a side of puzzle solving with their adventure storyline.

  12. So problems encountered had the most unviable and unbelievable solutions. It's pretty easy, but some of the objects are hard to distinguish. What you get is something similar to a FROG, in that you have a circle of smaller items to retrieve in order to get the larger item gather tools for the toolbox, then take the toolbox, etc. Puzzles were easy and repetitious ok if intended for novices. Graphics are excellent and colorful and enjoy the story.

  13. The dialogue was overly long and ridiculous at times. Like professional boxers have different weight divisions, my reviews are based on certain catergories. Immersive and very interesting story: Jane Lucky is saving a group of archeologists from a group of bandits leads by masked one. Really liked the demo, so bought the game half-way through — entire game took a little over 5 hours on casual. Why do they want us to strain our eyes.

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