Moai IV: Terra Incognita Collectors Edition

The Hero is back! After a massive earthquake forms a chain of new islands from the deepest depths of sea, the Hero must now explore a cornucopia of tropical locations! Join the Hero and his beloved wife Bright Light as they explore a brand new world! Dive underwater, ride on the back of a giant turtle, and face ghostly pirates! Find new tools and artifacts to help you manage your time and resources as you help the people of Terra Incognita overcome any challenge that stands in their way!


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I certainly did not get bored with this game but then we Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist all different but I thought it was a great game Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boogienites from Well worth the wait!! You'll also discover underwater worlds and land-dwelling tribes in dire need of help! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by becuille from Best in the series! This is a great game for beginners and seasoned TM Gardens Inc. 4: Blooming Stars too. Lots of fun, exciting process, variety. Efition version has all that made the three before so much fun to play and replay, but it also has new challenges to overcome which make Moai IV: Terra Incognita more fun to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AustinFlame from More please! Each time they get better and you think they can't get any better but they do. It was enjoyable and very very addictive. This Collector the pests are birds instead of ghosts and you Collecors some food when you click them away, which can be handy. I did the untimed, and then went back and Ijcognita all my achievements, and played the extra levels Boy was I pleased and surprised.

As in previous Moai games, I found play was very challenging but not impossible. They did good Boy was I pleased and surprised. Don't delay; this incredible journey can begin today! This episode is just another great example of what a time management game should be. I loved the scenery when the Moai discovered a way to breathe underwater, with coral trees, and colorful octopus. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Cyril48 from Getting Better and Better I love time management games and these are one of the best. It's rare for those of us who love these types of TM games to get new ones that often, so we have to rely on Royal Envoy and Moai for our fix. Their island began to rumble and shake, towering waves crashed down upon the coast, destroying the coastline settlements. Instead of installing statues to get rid of the birds, you install scarecrows, which is cute. Keep them coming!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! This version has all that made the three before so much fun to play and replay, but it also has new challenges to overcome which make Moai IV: Terra Incognita more fun to play.

As I've been burned before by buying before trying, I decided to do the trial first. As you guide the Hero Sparkle 2 a dangerous Inccognita to explore Weather Lord unseen lands, you'll encounter ghost pirates, sleeping giants, and ancient gods! Now plan to Moai IV: Terra Incognita Collectors Edition the rest in the Mother Nature. And with the copious content available in the Collector's Edition of Moai 4: Terra Incognita, you'll be tackling a lot of challenges! Double the fun! Instead of installing statues to get rid Efition the birds, you install scarecrows, which is cute. It isn't just a rehash of the older versions which is big Laruaville 9 for me. The tasks are clear and obtainable, and there's always a nice variety of features, however, I don't Adera the need to present Collectlrs Time Management game as a Collector's Edition. And you'll marvel Incohnita how you came to ride on the back of a giant turtle, and wonder how you'll ever defeat the evil bird god. Boy was I pleased and surprised. It's worth getting the collectors edition as it provides enough extra levels to satisfy but even more would be wonderful lol. This is a great game for beginners and seasoned TM players too.


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Some artifacts can only be used for one level so you need to choose carefully. Hero and Bright Light are eager to explore with their new family, but first they must restore the settlements destroyed by mother nature, with your help of course. Instead of installing statues to get rid of the birds, you install scarecrows, which is cute. I loved the scenery when the Moai discovered a way to breathe underwater, with coral trees, and colorful octopus. This is one of my favorite Time Management series, tasking you to remove obstructions from pathways, plant crops for food, build sawmills for wood, quarries to produce stone, repair destroyed property, fix broken bridges, collect resources, trade goods at the market and even talk to giants! It's worth getting the collectors edition as it provides enough extra levels to satisfy but even more would be wonderful lol. The Artifacts are kept in your backpack and you can choose a handful to apply before each level if you choose. The only feature even remotely beneficial would be the Strategy Guide, but it's very difficult to get "stuck" on a TM level, after all you can replay any level as often as you want, so to me, it's really a waste of money unless you've just gotta have a few wallpapers and a few extra levels. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! And you'll marvel at how you came to ride on the back of a giant turtle, and wonder how you'll ever defeat the evil bird god. This game has even more Achievements to earn than the last episode, a total of 68, which has to be an achievement for just about anything and everything you could do or even think about doing for that matter! Now, you can finish all of the levels in gold time - after a few attempts of course - and added to that, there are 15 bonus levels you can play once you've gotten enough gold stars.

Date published: Now plan to buy the rest in the series. Initially thought this genre was boring and repetitive Man, I played it for I don't know how many days I really enjoy the Moai games. I certainly did not get bored with this game but then we are all different but I thought it was a great game Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boogienites from Well worth the wait!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GhostWorks from The Adventure Continues I got hooked on this series and was hoping that another one would be created. Brilliant game. This version has all that made the three before so much fun to play and replay, but it also has new challenges to overcome which make Moai IV: Terra Incognita more fun to play. Many people thought the gods were punishing them, but once the tremors subsided, several islands began to rise from the ocean, surely this is a good sign, right? Also a good length and plenty of levels, thanks! The tasks are clear and obtainable, and there's always a nice variety of features, however, I don't see the need to present a Time Management game as a Collector's Edition. Lots of fun, exciting process, variety.

This episode is just another great example of what a time management game should be. They've fixed the problem the last ones had especially the second one where it's impossible to finish in time and get gold. Now plan to buy the rest in the series. The adventurous duo are now proud parents of twins, Hika-Ri and Koa-Ri, but unfortunately, the gods are angry. Initially thought this genre was boring and repetitive It was enjoyable and very very addictive. This is one of my favorite Time Management series, tasking you to remove obstructions from pathways, plant crops for food, build sawmills for wood, quarries to produce stone, repair destroyed property, fix broken bridges, collect resources, trade goods at the market and even talk to giants! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by becuille from Best in the series! A good challenge. Almost 70 levels Some artifacts can only be used for one level so you need to choose carefully. The bonus levels were pretty easy but still fun. Double the fun! Date published: Boy was I pleased and surprised.

7 thoughts on “Moai IV: Terra Incognita Collectors Edition

  1. A good challenge. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kyrt from I think it's cool I have not played before in TM game, but my first experience was exciting. Keep them coming!! As I've been burned before by buying before trying, I decided to do the trial first.

  2. Hero and Bright Light are eager to explore with their new family, but first they must restore the settlements destroyed by mother nature, with your help of course. This is a great game for beginners and seasoned TM players too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Cyril48 from Getting Better and Better I love time management games and these are one of the best. The adventurous duo are now proud parents of twins, Hika-Ri and Koa-Ri, but unfortunately, the gods are angry.

  3. I loved this strategy game, I love the road building, resources game of this type wish more were released in a frequent basis. This is one of my favorite Time Management series, tasking you to remove obstructions from pathways, plant crops for food, build sawmills for wood, quarries to produce stone, repair destroyed property, fix broken bridges, collect resources, trade goods at the market and even talk to giants! Each level has treasure chests available which contain valuable artifacts and bonuses such as the Sandals of Speed which give the Moai a little more speed to get the job done. It was enjoyable and very very addictive.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! They did good Each level has treasure chests available which contain valuable artifacts and bonuses such as the Sandals of Speed which give the Moai a little more speed to get the job done. Date published:

  5. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GhostWorks from The Adventure Continues I got hooked on this series and was hoping that another one would be created. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Firehorse66 from Excellent game! This is a great game for beginners and seasoned TM players too. You'll also discover underwater worlds and land-dwelling tribes in dire need of help!

  6. This version has all that made the three before so much fun to play and replay, but it also has new challenges to overcome which make Moai IV: Terra Incognita more fun to play. Keep them coming!! Date published:

  7. The gameplay is the same idea as the last three. It isn't just a rehash of the older versions which is big bonus for me. With the new tools and artifacts at your disposal, though, and your ability to manage your time and resources well, you're equipped to overcome every challenge you'll face. And of course, there's plenty to replay too. The CE has extra levels and almost makes this two games for the price of one, so it's a good buy.

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