Xplorer Comes To Macs
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments
Game developer baKno has announced the release of the new hide-and-seek adventure, Xplorer, complete with original music and detailed graphics. Players work against the clock to find a randomly generated list of objects in ten progressively challenging quests around the globe.
baKno, a game development studio offering fun and challenging online games for all ages and every computer, announces the release of Xplorer for Mac and Windows on its website. Xplorer is a visually rich game in which the player navigates around the globe through a series of ten timed adventures. The hide-and-seek game features an original music score by composer Edward M. Melendez, producing captivating soundscapes to match the vibrant graphic quality. A free download of Xplorer's demo version is available at the baKno games website. Single seat licenses can be purchased for $19.95 (USD), and a promotional two-seat license is available for $29.95 (USD).
Each level of Xplorer has a progressively challenging list of randomly selected hidden objects to uncover. Working against the clock, players search by navigating through the diverse progression of detailed scenes from locations around the world. Players can activate tools such as the magnifying glass and electronic detector for help in spotting hard-to-find objects. Each level can be replayed numerous times as the object list of more than 500 different items is randomly generated.
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