FAQ about Atlantis Rising

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor


Atlantis Rising: Frequently Asked Questions

What is Atlantis Rising?

Atlantis Rising is an up-and-coming video game that takes you on an epic adventure exploring the lost city of Atlantis. In the game, you’ll unravel mysteries, solve puzzles, and uncover untold treasures as you navigate through stunning underwater landscapes.

When will Atlantis Rising be released?

The release date for Atlantis Rising has yet to be announced. However, the developers are working tirelessly to ensure that the game is the best it can be. Stay tuned for updates!

Can I play Atlantis Rising on my device?

Atlantis Rising will be available on a variety of platforms, including PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. Whether you prefer playing on your computer or gaming console, you’ll have the opportunity to dive into the world of Atlantis.

What age rating will Atlantis Rising have?

Atlantis Rising is intended for players of all ages. It is designed to be an enjoyable and immersive experience for both younger and older players alike. However, parental discretion is advised for younger children.

Will Atlantis Rising have multiplayer capabilities?

Yes! Atlantis Rising will feature both single-player and multiplayer modes. You can embark on the adventure solo or team up with friends to explore Atlantis together. The choice is yours!

Can I pre-order Atlantis Rising?

Pre-orders for Atlantis Rising have not yet begun. Keep an eye out for announcements from the developers regarding pre-order availability. This will be your chance to secure your copy of the game and embark on an unforgettable expedition.

What sets Atlantis Rising apart from other games in the genre?

Atlantis Rising stands out from other games in the genre due to its captivating storyline, stunning graphics, and immersive gameplay. The developers have put great care into creating a rich and detailed world that will leave players spellbound.

Is there a limited edition version of Atlantis Rising?

Yes! Atlantis Rising will have a limited edition version available for purchase. This special edition will include exclusive bonus content, such as behind-the-scenes footage, a soundtrack, and collectible items. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Atlantis.

Where can I find more information about Atlantis Rising?

For more information about Atlantis Rising, including updates, trailers, and release dates, be sure to visit our official website and follow our social media channels. Stay connected to stay up to date on all things Atlantis.

Can I contact the developers of Atlantis Rising?

Absolutely! The developers of Atlantis Rising are always happy to hear from fans and players. You can reach out to them through their official website or on social media. Your feedback and questions are valuable to them.

A: When it comes to applying the effects in the game, I always make sure to do it in the order they occur. The thing about the Explorer’s special ability is that it kicks in right when the dice are rolled. Now, let’s talk about Earthquake. Sometimes, the target number can actually go above 6. If that happens, don’t worry! You just need to find a way to increase the value of the die roll. You can spend some mystic energy or find another trick up your sleeve. On the other hand, if a target number gets reduced to below 1, your Atlantean automatically succeeds. Pretty neat, right?

Q: Can I play a library card to avoid discarding cards when I have too many in my hand?

A: Yes, absolutely! If you find yourself with more than four cards in your hand, you can play one or more of them right away. This way, you won’t have to worry about exceeding your hand limit and having to discard. It’s a handy way to keep your options open and make the most out of your resources.

Q: How exactly do the cards Cipher of Expertise and Enigma of Alacrity work when I place a Leader on a two-for-one placement spot?

Hey there! Let’s dive into some interesting questions about the game. You’ll find the answers below!

Q: I have a question about the Leader and the Atlantean. Can they activate certain spots multiple times?

A: Absolutely! The Leader and the Atlantean work together like a power duo. When the Leader is placed on a spot, it activates that spot once. But guess what? The Atlantean can also activate that same spot again! It’s like giving the spot an extra boost.

Q: I’m curious about the Spirit Seal and the Soul Terraformer. Can I use volunteers or Leaders on these spots?

A: Great question! When it comes to the Spirit Seal, it’s a bit picky. It can only be activated using Atlantean followers. So, volunteers, Leaders, the Hologram, and the Automaton won’t do the trick here. It’s an Atlantean-only party!

Now, let’s talk about the Soul Terraformer. This one requires a specific combo. At least one of the two Atlanteans activating the spot must be a follower. The other Atlantean can be any type, so feel free to mix it up!

Q: I’m curious about what counts as a “resource” in the game.

A: Good question! There are four resources in the game: Atlantium, crystal, gold, and ore. These are the real MVPs when it comes to building and progressing. Just keep in mind that mystic energy, even though it’s needed to build the Cosmic Gate, doesn’t fall under the resource category. So, focus on gathering those four main resources!

Q: If I bring resources to the Amplification Harbor, can I keep the ones that are returned?
Q: Can I use the Spirit Seal to remove misfortune cards from the draw deck and the discard pile?

A: Yes, you can remove misfortune cards from both locations.

Q: How does the Priest function at the Cities?

A: If you have the Priest on a Cities tile and the action fails, you can choose to reroll one or both dice. However, you can only attempt the action one more time.

Q: Can the Emissary let me have a third worker at the Cities?

A: Yes, you can have a third worker, but only 2 dice are rolled. Additionally, if there are three players, they can choose a new follower from any of the three councilors in this situation.

Q: Can I activate the Cities with just one Atlantean?

You: Nope. If a single person from Atlantis is found in the Cities, they go back to their player without doing anything.

Q: So, where exactly does the cultural imagery in Atlantis come from?

You: Well, we imagined Atlantis as a super smart civilization that faded away during the early days of the Bronze Age (that’s around 3300 BCE).

It sat right in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and attracted folks from all kinds of places who wanted to make it their home. Now, whenever a civilization crumbles, its culture has a way of living on in the ones that take its place.

In the case of our Atlantis, we took inspiration from the ancient Minoan civilization. A bunch of smarty-pants folks think this civilization might have been what Plato had in mind when he dreamed up Atlantis. So, our clothes, jewelry, art, and buildings all have a lot in common with what the Minoans left behind back in the old Bronze Age.

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