Microsoft has just released a new Windows 8.1 game called Secrets And Treasure: The Lost Cities. It's a free casual puzzle game that also supports Xbox Live.
The game definitely has a Indiana Jones look in terms of its art style. Basically, your goal is to explore temples and lost cities in deep jungles while also training a team of explorers, each of which have their own skills to help you out.
Secrets and Treasure pits the player's mind against a number of puzzles that have to be solved in order to advance in the game and also claim experience points. In addition to the game's main puzzle, it also offers daily challenges to figure out in order to keep things fresh.
You can download Secrets And Treasure: The Lost Cities right now from the Windows Store. It's free, but it sounds like there might be room for Microsoft to offer additional content for a fee.
What do you think about Microsoft's latest free Windows 8.1 casual game?
Thanks to Pratham Sarwate for the tip!
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