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Timeless: The Lost Castle
Timeless: The Lost Castle

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System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP/Vista
CPU: 1.6 GHz
RAM: 1024 MB
DirectX: 9.0
Hard Drive: 237 MB

      Timeless: The Lost Castle is from any respect as fluid and dynamic as its predecessor, namely, Timeless: The Forgotten Town. There is no trace of stuck in this game, you can just resolve puzzles, and then go to different locations, hoping to dig out a little more about these bizarre dreams you've been having or about that mysterious orb. The content of this game is really fascinating. Even more disturbing is the fact that you recognize the character whose image has occurred in your numerous dreams, asking and pleading for you to save a girl whose body is trapped in an orb. Confronted with this, anyone might have an impetus to give a hand. Besides, this game provides a pretty standard for a casual hidden object adventure, combining the occasional mini-game with puzzle scene between rounds of exploration and laundry list item hunting. One unique aspect to Timeless is the little white circle on your inventory that allows you to combine certain items by dragging them to the platform. So it is very clear for you to figure out which two things should fit together, but having a little control over your inventory is always a welcome touch. Last but not least, hidden object scenes look like both simple and fair, with high visibility. Most scenes feature an interactive item or two, but nothing more complex than opening a case or using a key when the cursor switches to a hand icon. So you can see that this game is so well-made that it is really hard to deject any particular aspect of it. The graphics are crisp, the music is enjoyable without being intrusive. So it is worth to have a try!