Crystals of Time


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Ashley, a professional thief, has inherited this vocation from her father. When her father suddenly goes missing one night while trying to sneak into the Three Oak Mansion, Ashley finds herself standing before the vast deserted estate with only a mysterious crystal to aid her in the recovery of her father. Using her crystal, Ashley must navigate through time and space to find the clues that will lead her to her missing father and help her solve the mystery of Three Oak Mansion. Join Ashley on an epic adventure in Crystals of Time!
  • Over 80 beautiful hand drawn scenes;
  • 24 minigames and hidden object scenes;
  • Atmospheric soundtrack.


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported My System Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.6.810.10.5

Your Mac meets the
minimum requirements.
CPU TypeIntel Mac OnlyIntel Mac
CPU Cores24
CPU Speed1.8 GHz2.7 GHz
System RAM2 GB8 GB
Drive Space500 MB798.7 GB
Video RAM1 GB1.5 GB
Video CardAnyIntel Iris Pro

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


From 7 Shoppers

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  1. Good game but seems unfinished.
    by biancaruth, Australia - May 26th 2015

    A reasonably fun way to spend an afternoon but the game needs a bit of work. The hint button malfunctioned and gave the same clue for most of the game rendering it useless and the written comments don't always make sense in a way that makes you think they have been badly translated from another language. Also there are two many hidden object games that it seems purely a hidden object game rather than multi-puzzle. A bit of fun but it could be better.

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  2. Fun while it lasted
    by Aber Deen, United Kingdom - Jan 7th 2014

    Another entertaining hidden object game. Worth the few bucks. Too bad it's pretty short.

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  3. Poorly implemented hidden object
    by Captain Skurvy, Australia - Dec 16th 2013

    Full screen mode apparently means putting a black border around the game window to fill the screen. In short there is no REAL full screen just a pretend one with the same sized game window just surrounded by black to fill the rest of the screen

    Text/Print size is small in a lot of windows. Once again this does not change in so called full screen mode.

    When clicking on hidden object you often have to click on a certain spot on the object for the game to register you have located the item.

    Could have been a half decent game if so thought had been put into the UI, game screens, and text.

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