Developer: Applied Systems Ltd
Current Version: 1.0.56
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 218.7 MB - Download
Try this elegant mix of puzzle, love story, adventure and quest!
The action develops around a time paradox, which was accidentally caused by Jane when she discovers that her uncle has died and visits his house in France.
In the uncle’s house she finds a time machine and dares to use it, which results in a growing temporal clash. From now on Jane is responsible for the future of the whole humanity as the past and the present have mixed. She must find a way to avert the paradox. The stakes are high: the whole mankind is standing at the brink of chaos, but there’s something no less powerful that makes Jane’s heart beat faster and encourages her to challenge the inevitability of the disaster. She must by all means see Alan again.
While eliminating the time paradox you will have to use all your imagination and attention to small details. Travel to the France of the 17th century to help a brave musketeer save the Queen’s honor, visit Ancient India with its dainty adornments and go through the sophisticated traps of the Mayan civilization.
- Intriguing plot
- Breathtaking time travels
- Engaging mini-games and groovy puzzles
- Authentic items from different historical epochs
- Scenic views of ancient countries and civilizations
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Fixed crash when start on Mac OS 10.6.8
Most Helpful Reviews
Buggy. Needs fixes. - In general, I was enjoying this game- it was a little fussy about where and how you clicked on something, and two of the mini-games were the kind I can never get right, but it was interesting. Then I got to a scene that requires you to find objects in one HO scene before replacing them in their proper places in a different HO scene- and a necessary item disappeared from my inventory with no explanation or way to get it back. The game won't let me advance without completing the action, but this is impossible. The people who do walkthroughs do not seem to have this problem, but be aware that it does exist. Not good, Puppet Life. Not good.