Age of Enigma


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Enter the Age of Enigma and play Ashley Reeves, a remarkable young woman with great promise. Mysteriously summoned to the house you saw in your nightmare, you will encounter the dark and inscrutable Nathan and help the ghosts held captive there. Resolving challenging puzzles and venturing into the beyond, you'll discover your ability to see and interact with the supernatural. An important task has been entrusted to you and on its completion, you'll find out who you are... to the very depths of your soul!
  • Amazing gameplay
  • Breathtaking music and sound effects
  • Escape from hell!


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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
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CPU SpeedAny
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  1. Good, but . . .
    by JT&LB, USA - Jan 1st 2019

    We like Adventure Games, not Hidden Object games! Too many Hidden Objects games are listed as adventure games. This game is less adventure & more hidden object-so it's not my favorite. You are given the choice of playing a Casual or Adventure version. We played the Adventure version, which allows you to roam freely. All was OK until we put up the torch before getting the incense burner. We were stuck-could not take back the torch, and could not get the burner (it was grayed out)-so couldn't go on in the game. Had to restart. What is funny is we were previously told we couldn't put the torch up because we still needed it. We then used it to light the lanterns in another scene and it then allowed us to put it in the other scene, prior to taking the burner. So why didn't it stop us then-Bad programming? It would have been nice to go back to a saved game, like in true adventure games, but there aren't any in this game.
    All in all, the story was interesting, but the reuse of the same cut scene was boring. The puzzles were different, but sometimes they used the same one too many times. (The bonsai tree was hard-could only find 6 of the 7 cuts.) The graphics and actions were very hidden object like, right down to the tinkle. The voices were done well & the eerie background music set the mood. It was worth the sale price, but it is not for the true adventurer!

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