Lucy's Expedition

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Dig up some family fun with Lucy's Expedition, an original time-management game.




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Dig up some family fun with Lucy's Expedition, an original time-management game from the creators of Little Shop - Road Trip! When pieces of a mysterious map begin appearing around the world, it's up to Lucy Livingston to track them down. Help Lucy and her team travel the world on their quest for ancient artifacts to trade for the map pieces. Flex your memory muscles for extra funding between levels in a fun mini-game. And don't forget to watch out for evil Nigel Gneaugood! He's out to cause trouble by stealing your supplies and even the artifacts you discover! Featuring a new and innovative theme, gorgeous full-screen graphics, and addictive gameplay, you'll discover an adventure full of fun in Lucy's Expedition!
  • Unique Time-Management Challenges
  • Memory Mini-Game
  • Innovative and Adventurous Fun


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny
Other Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.4 or better

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  1. Interesting concept, mediocre gameplay
    by Inkblots, Canada - Jan 24th 2014

    I love time management games, and this drew my attention because of it's unique concept. It's an interesting idea, but lacks any incentive to do more than just meet your basic goal so you can move on to the next level. My main issue is that the upgrades you're offered between levels appears to just be a set of three randomly chosen upgrades, rather than being shown a list of ugrades that can be purchased with the funds you raise. Even if the upgrades were still offered as they are, the timer (which is a one-time-use upgrade) should be offered as a purchase rather than an upgrade, and perhaps the ability to hire additional workers/assistants added.

    If it was free-to-play, or at the very least under $10, I might go for it, but it's definitely not worth the money in my books.

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