10 Days to Save the World Game Summary:
10 Days to Save the World is an extremely fun hidden object game with a startling story where you will have to unveil the key to avoid world's destruction and thus prevent the extinction of the entire human race.
It all starts when a series of natural disasters begin to occur under really strange circumstances. At the same time an ancient amulet that Dianna and her sister found a couple of years ago while scuba diving in search for lost treasures deep in the sea. starts to move strangely.
In fear of those being signs that this relic is the cause of the strange happenings, Dianna and her father, a renown archaeologist, depart in search for answers. Discover if she will be able to arrive on time to save the planet. In this fascinating hidden object game you'll visit some intriguing temple ruins of the ancient Mayan culture in order to learn what is causing all the disturbances.
Immerse yourself in powerful rituals, solve the mind blogging puzzles and find the answers to the menacing mystery.
10 Days to Save the World Trivia:
The belief that the Mayan calendar marks December 21, 2012 as doomsday is a misconception due to the Mayan practice of using only five places in Long Count Calendar inscriptions.
A 5125 year period (Piktun) ends on December 21, 2012 marking the end of a period, but there is no evidence that the Mayas believed it would be a doomsday.
At least 6 movies are set in, based on or make reference of the 2012 apocalypse, two of them carry the 2012 number in the title: 2012: Doomsday a B-Movie by The Asylum and 2012 a 2009 sci-fi film directed by Roland Emmerich.
Several TV series and documentaries on the 2012 apocalyptic theories were aired since the 1990s including titles like "2012, End of Days", "Nostradamus 2012" and "2012 Apocalypse".
Though there is very little evidence, the 2012 phenomenon gained a lot of popularity since the late 1990s including books, websites, TV documentaries, songs and movies.
December 21, 2012 is the day on which all kind of cataclysmic and apocalyptic events will occur, this end-date is proposed based on the
termination of the Mesoamerican Long