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There are popularity trends for everything, but some themes survive the test of time. These classic themes often come back stronger on every reincarnation, and the Lost City of Atlantis is certainly an idea which never loses its appeal.

One of the appeals of Atlantis is that it can be created to be whatever the programmers can imagine. If they can dream it up, they can create it and you can experience it. Why spend your spare time in reality – don’t we experience enough of reality on a daily basis?

1. Gripping Story – Traveling to Atlantis will take you through many ancient worlds including Rome, Egypt, Cathage, Greece and Babylon, creating a world you will want to return to. The story has a beginning, a middle and an end and you will certainly find it captivating.

2. And The Game Goes On – There is nothing worse than finishing a game and feeling that you want it to go on. There are seventy six levels for you to explore in order to find Atlantis, so you will enjoy all of them. Short games, although easy to complete can be very frustrating, the longer games are usually a more complete experience.

3. A Good Price – You don’t have to invest in a Playstation or a Wii to enjoy a computer game, a standard PC or Mac is now built to such a high specification that your games will be enjoyable for a fraction of the price of some other formats. Since most PC and Mac games are bought on the internet and downloadable, it also means that you can get playing them straight away!

Most of us live fairly stressful lives and playing games is a great way to unwind at the end of a day. It is so easy to forget that computers can be fun. We all use computers for work and emails, but when we got our first home PC it was all about fun – isn’t this what we should be trying to get back to?

In hard times there is a lot of pressure to economize and we find that going out is restricted, but we can still escape with a game which takes you to an amazing lost city?

So what is stopping you from escaping to the lost world?