Heart of Tota

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Rating: 4.32/5 stars (103 ratings)

Heart of Tota Instructions

Point and click with your mouse in this adventure game to place items, solve puzzles, and collect as many coins as you can. In addition to looking out for items to grab, pay attention to the clues you'll spot on temple walls - they'll give you all the answers you need and make the game that much easier.

Heart of Tota Walkthrough

Loosely based on Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (or any Indiana Jones movie at all), Heart of Tota is a great adventure game for anyone who likes to think, solve puzzles, and figure out a jungle mystery. You'll start off on a beach front, near a jungle. Your first task is to figure out how to climb up the small cliff that's in front of you, so you can continue on with the game.

You'll have give the scenery in this game more than a passing glance if you want to beat it - in the first scene, there's a rope and anchor in your boat. Pick it up, then try and place it on something that would allow you to scale the cliff - and you're well on your way to solving the temple mystery. Besides simple rope and cliff puzzles, though, you'll come across tons of various coins in the game - first golden coins, then silver coins when you make it into the temple. Pick them up whenever you spot them, but, about halfway through the game, they become more well-hidden - so be sure to look harder.

If you can't seem to find any items to pick up, try moving your cursor over the screen at random - you'll then see items that you can click on, and if you're out of hints, it's better than going on nothing. When you're ready to move to another area, simply click on the translucent arrow that appears at the sides (or top or bottom) of the screen, and you'll move to the next area or room.

Overall, Heart of Tota is a fun adventure game that's easy enough to play; it doesn't provide any hair-pulling challenges, but that's a good thing. It remains enjoyable, but it's still something you'll have to think logically to beat.