System Requirements
OS: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME CPU: 266mhz AMD/Intel processor RAM: 64 MB HDD: 300 MB VIDEO: 8MB DirectX compatible 3D graphics card SOUND: 16 bit DirectX compatible sound card

I got this game free from Kellogg\'s, I sent in my 4 UPC\'s and low and behold a couple weeks later I get this game. This game is based off Disney\'s Atlantis movie, which I have not seen. Apparently you need to find this journal. This game is mostly first person but not exclusively, there\'s a level where you fly a plane. There are mission objectives given to you at the start of each level. The game automatically saves for you. It only saves, after you complete a level, so you get to re-do a level until you get it right. You start the game in the early 1900\'s. You are in the mountains and looking for this journal. You get guidance via radio, it\'s not that helpful though. Your enemies are the keepers. I am guessing they keep this journal. You get a choice of weapons you can use against them. You can freeze them, with a snowflake, blast them, or you can use your gooser gun to confuse them. It usually takes 1 or 2 hits to get rid of them. This is a short game. There are only four single player levels. After the intro, you land on the mountain island. You then get to go through the mountains. You must avoid and destroy the keepers along the way. After that you fly the plane to the dungeon. (This took many re-tries) Your next mission you have to get through the dungeon. Lots of keepers here. Finally you get to the journal room where you have four quick trials then you get the journal. After you finish the game you get to watch an Atlantis trailer. There is multiplayer in this game. This is the better part of the game I think. You play capture the flag. The maps are very nice, even though you only get two. For characters you get to be an explorer or a keeper. You can choose male or female for each. The naming is different, you can\'t create a custom name. You have to scroll down a list of pre-set names. This goes for the server as well. I thought that was unique. From a Christian standpoint, this game is pretty clean. There is no blood, you just zap or goop your enemies. I was a little surprised at the intro, kind of violent for Disney. Again no blood though. The game was easy to install and easy to play. The graphics were good, it uses the Lithtech engine. It has some nice movie animation. The game does has some minor bugs though. In the flying mission you can go out of the map. There seem to be some graphics glitches too, not big ones, but they are there. Sometimes when attacking enemies the game would slow down. Speaking of enemies, they weren\'t that smart. They would just come after you like zombies. The music was nice. Sound effects were decent. Attack sounds were nice, didn\'t like the plane grinding noises. They just didn\'t seem to fit. The game ran in Windows 2000 I\'m not sure if that\'s why it was slow at times or not. The slowness could be due to my background applications. No crashes though. Over all, I wouldn\'t pay money for this game, and I\'m glad it was free. It\'s a good clean multiplayer game for kids. I would recommend it for that reason alone.

Final Ratings

Graphics B Game play B Sound B+ Interface A Stability A- Offensive Content A-

Overall B

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