Gemini Lost Comes to Mac and Widows

Posted by at 9:58 pm on September 22, 2009

PlayFirst, the creators of the popular Diner Dash series, today announced the release of Gemini Lost, an all-new life simulation title where players must build a thriving community while trying to solve an ancient riddle. Rooted in astrology, Gemini Lost will have players search their villages to find couples based on astrological signs to help grow budding communities into thriving establishments. Gemini Lost is available now for both Mac and PC download, priced at $19.99.

Gemini Lost chronicles the adventures of a lost group of denizens who were magically whisked away to an unknown land while exploring a site of mystifying astrological ruins. Combining the lore of astrology with user-friendly simulation gameplay, Gemini Lost creates an altogether unique experience for players of all ages. The game offers everything from puzzles and activities, to a rich storyline and a touch of resource management.

“Gemini Lost truly offers something completely new for fans of casual games,” said Kenny Shea Dinkin, Vice President and Creative Director of PlayFirst. “It delivers a rich storyline and satisfying gameplay in a way that anyone can really enjoy. It also offers something special for players looking for a little more depth in their pick-up-and-play titles.”

Players must help their hardworking villagers find 12 astrological keys needed to power a “teleporter” to send them back home. To this end, players will need to outsmart 20 challenging puzzles, as well as build more than 7 unique tools to help the town grow. Villagers will also benefit from 18 science upgrades to help build their communities, and earn 20 different skill trophies as they step closer to their ultimate goal of making it home safely.

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