It is an age of unrest and the alliance between humans and dinosaurs is weakening due to an evil dinosaur that is set on ruling the earth. Adam of Mo, a human, meets with his father and finds out that he has the rare ability to unite the humans and dinosaurs. Adam, along with two dinosaur friends, is sent on a mission to protect the human/dinosaur alliance.
Lost Eden is beautifully designed and the cutscenes and 3-D polygonal graphics were way ahead of their time. On the other hand, the game suffers from the typical Cryo pitfalls [Underdogs' note: "typical" for Cryo's games made after 1994 - for examples of how good their games used to be, check out Dune and KGB on this site]. While great graphics and a beautiful trance-style soundtrack do abound, the game is overcome with repetitive puzzles, repetitive dialogue, and horrific voiceovers. The game is fairly short and is easy to complete within a few hours, making it a great title for amateur adventure fans.
On a good note, the game still holds up and has more than just a "curio" appeal. If you are open minded and don't mind a bit of easy adventuring, or are just looking for something a bit different from the norm, give this unique and stylish adventure a try.