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Atlantis Trial By Fire

Platform : Windows 98, Windows 95
Rated: Everyone

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  • Platform:   Windows 98 / 95
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Unlock the secrets and unleash the adventure. Your rite of passage begins with Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Trial By Fire CD-ROM. You assume the role of Milo in the single-player mode, and, aided by several members of the Atlantis exploration team, undergo intense trials based upon the four elements of ancient Greek philosophy: fire, water, air, and earth. Bravely making your way through mind-bending puzzles, diabolical traps, and the formidable denizens of Atlantis, your ultimate quest in this first-person action adventure is to save the legendary city from certain destruction by a cataclysmic volcanic eruption. In multiplayer mode, 16 players compete online in a variety of dynamic real-time contests, such as Capture the Flag, Crystal Tag, Tournament, and Cage Ball.

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Unlock the secrets and unleash the adventure. Your rite of passage begins with Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Trial By Fire CD-ROM. You assume the role of Milo in the single-player mode, and, aided by several members of the Atlantis exploration team, undergo intense trials based upon the four elements of ancient Greek philosophy: fire, water, air, and earth. Bravely making your way through mind-bending puzzles, diabolical traps, and the formidable denizens of Atlantis, your ultimate quest in this first-person action adventure is to save the legendary city from certain destruction by a cataclysmic volcanic eruption. In multiplayer mode, 16 players compete online in a variety of dynamic real-time contests, such as Capture the Flag, Crystal Tag, Tournament, and Cage Ball.

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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Great game - Not what I expected May 15 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
A First Person Action game - from Disney! Usually Disney's movie-to-games are flat, unimaginative puzzles that bore my kids within seconds. But Atlantis is something new. It's entirely in 3D, which for kids' games is extremely rare. Having not seen the movie I can't say how well it compares, but it does an amazing job of putting the player "in" the game. Visually it is first rate, obviously a lot of creativity went into the production.
Bottom line, my kids love it (2 boys and a girl). The multiplayer aspect of the game (you can go online and play against other people) is the biggest draw for them. Every time they play it's a new game, with new people doing unpredictable things. It worked out of the box, getting online to play is all built in, though my seven year old had to walk me through it the first couple of times.
Great gameplay, very impressive graphics, seemingly endless replayability, and my kids love it. And I play it, too.
Who needs a movie?
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Atlantis ROCKS! July 4 2001
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
I loved Disney's Atlantis the Lost Empire- Trial by Fire. But I still stuck on the second level, they should make a cheat book to help young players.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
O.K Aug. 14 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Atlantis was O.K But easy to bet. You have three levels of skill you can choose from easy, medium and hard but it's still not that hard to bet on hard. It's not much a chalange but still a fun game to play
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A GOOD GAME, BUT GETS BORING AFTER A WHILE July 3 2002
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
This game is fun for about an hour. The graphics are merely average.
The intro is dumb.
Level 2 is pretty easy,the only hard part is those stupid bridges. They're only a board! The second bridge does not break if you walk on the thin board; don't fall off!
I got stuck on level 3, but finally figured out how to pass it:AT THE FOURTH TUNNEL, GO DOWN CLOSE TO THE GROUND; JUST SO THAT YOU DON'T HIT IT,THEN STEER TO THE MIDDLE OF THE TUNNEL, KEEP GOING UNTIL YOU FLY THROUGH THE MIST, YOU ARE AT THE END OF THE LEVEL.
Level 4 is the hardest one; there are keepers everywhere!
Level 5 is sort of hard; to get talisman 1, you must enter the water room. There is a treasure chest under the bridge in the water, but it is useless. Don't waste your oxegen trying to get it to do something. Just grab the talisman and get out of there! The fire room is harder; go slow to avoid falling into the lava. The wind room is the easiest; nothing can hurt you.
The rock room is by far the hardest. You'll have to avoid the cracks in the ground that if you fall into you will die. This is one of the only places in the game where you'll have to use jumping. Note that each time you come out of a room, that number of Keepers will be waiting for you. Place all these talismans in the stone book (the thing in the center of the room) and the platform will move down. See the book? Just walk up to it and you'll have beaten the game.
Fun and challenging game for kids Nov. 19 2008
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
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Trial By Fire is a fun and challenging game with 2 modes and 2 games. Multiplayer and Single Player (CD needed) It has cool 3D effects (But they could be better) and 2 challenging games to play. It includes the original "Search For The Journal" but the game has it's own disc and only the Search For The journal disc has the Keeper's CTF (Capture the Flag) and Tourney (Tournament) with Keepers instead of Atlanteans and no "Stormtrooper Explorers." This is a fun game that should keep kids age 7+ entertained.