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“wonderful, beautiful visuals!!!” – iv/five

“pretty awesome and unique” – 4/v

Travel through time and change the course of history!


Information technology is the yr 1830, and a young governess named Ester has just received a letter that will change her life forever.

The message from her aunt tells Ester that her parents, whom she never met, left her an inheritance – a mansion in London. Just when she goes there, it turns out that the residence is abased, run-down, and haunted.

When she explores the mansion, slowly learning her family’s secrets, she discovers that for many centuries, members of her family take been investigating the phenomenon of fourth dimension travel. Soon Ester finds a foreign object that confirms the extraordinary legacy of the Ambrose family. This is how her exciting journey, which will lead her to places – and times – she had previously just seen in dreams, begins.

During her take a chance across time and space, she will find forgotten artifacts, run across boggling beings, and experience supernatural events. Trying to unravel the secrets of her heritage, Ester grows always more entangled in an aboriginal struggle between the sorcerer Merlin and his rival, Viviana.

Will the immature governess change the grade of history and solve her family’s ancient mystery?

• A portable time machine – change the history according to your volition!
• 21 diverse mini-games and 16 subconscious-object scenes
• 52 beautiful, hand-painted locations
• Fourth dimension manipulation puzzles
• 7 intriguing heroes, each with their own secrets
• Possibility to re-play ix mini-games and 16 hidden-object scenes
• Boosted second hazard
• Game earth encyclopedia

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The Secret Guild 5: The Buried Kingdom
Lost Grimoires 2: Shard of Mystery

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What’s New

More than small bugs and issues fixed

Ratings and Reviews

Great Game simply no resets!!!!

Game was really fun. Even the Object finds were done in the flow. Cute artwork. Although there were a tone of Object Detect scenes, the puzzles took a bit of throught to work through them; to figure out what to do. Through trial and mistake, was able to work through all of them except the concluding two – the Brass Leaves puzzle and the Glass pipes. Neither should have been hard, but both didn’t allow me to reset the errors. With the contumely leaves puzzles, in trial and error – I switched the dark-green rings to the green symbols and brown to brownish. That effectively stopped progression and I couldn’t reset information technology to begin again. The pipe puzzle had five broken pieces to stop your progress. When I checked out the “walkthroughs” and hints, all of those only had 4 cleaved areas to terminate progress. And then, don’t know what the problem was. I skipped those ii. Other than that, I enjoyed it and the story. The time piece was a clever way to spring various scenes.

Non Their Best Work

I’ve played most of Artifex Mundi’southward games available on the iTunes store now and most of them are fantastic; beautiful blitheness, engaging storylines, and puzzles that are challanging but not rocket scientific discipline. This one just flat out didn’t brand any sense. Commonly yous can figure out where you lot need to go considering the plot will help you forth with what you need to accomplish and you lot can really immerse yourself in the world of the game. This one just had a actually bland, nonsensical plot line that made it hard to navigate. I used the hint push button in this ane more than than whatsoever other hidden objects game. The ending leaves you at a weird cliffhanger that doesn’t really make any sense. We even tried playing Time Mysteries 3 and the ending still isn’t really resolved. They had a great idea with the time traveling affair, but they didn’t realy utilise it very much. Information technology would’ve been libation if they focused a little less on the mansion and the ane random house in Venice and instead tried some different fourth dimension periods to explore. The animation is pretty, I guess, but that’s most all I can say for this 1.

Beautiful and Interesting just…

This game was so beautiful and interesting and the story line was fun. I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED the time machine. The subconscious object screens were very well done and sometimes rather tricky (in a proficient way). Nevertheless, here comes the “buts.” At that place wasn’t instructions for the mini-games. There were a couple of them that I had to find walk-through online to know what to do. The hint push was worthless in many cases. Besides done as I thought the hidden object screens were, there were way too many of them. Give thanks goodness for the toggle game that could exist played instead of the HOS’s. Although I had some issues with this game, I really did relish information technology. It truly is one of my favorite games that I have ever played… and I have played a lot of them. The beauty and imagination that went into the product of this game made it well worth the money.

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