Break the curse of an angry god and find hidden treasure of unimaginable worth in this thrilling new hidden object adventure! Your seek-and-find skills will be challenged as never before as you beat one thrilling episode after another!.
Alex was making just another routine run across the Atlantic Ocean in his cargo plane when his girlfriend's lucky talisman started to glow. Moments later, as his ride dove toward choppy waters, he found himself parachuting to the sandy expanse of an uncharted island. When a native rescues Alex, he begins a hidden object adventure that will take him into the heart of a strange island, where hidden treasure and the curse of an angry god await!Your seek-and-find skills will be challenged as never before as you scour over 30 beautifully detailed locations set in a world time forgot. You'll need to not only find lost objects but also return them to their proper place in order to get help from the natives. You'll also have to collect the scattered belongings of 24 clients, beat over a dozen mini-games and earn a slew of trophies as you solve the mystery at the center of Treasure Island!
Select one or more paths, configure how the searching process will behave and get a list of all these files you are missing. After that, you can save the results list or your personal searching options to find your data next time even faster!
Manage a list of contacts with the ability to dial the number and identify incoming calls. Integrates with Asterisk IP PBX and you can call a person by simply clicking on a phone number. When an incoming call pops up a card party with all its data.
Devastated, Professor George Einwin committed suicide. The day before his death, his young assistant Filby Young had met him. Full of guilt, the Professor claimed to have activated a chain reaction of uncontrollable events that would destroy the huma
Miss Black will soon be replacing Deckard, a police officer who is retiring. He will still be here a few days, to show her the ropes. And they won't be resting: several cases are waiting for them. Obviously, it is more about murders than accidents or