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Nov 29, 2010 | 2:59 AM EST
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Who is Aurora, and why is everyone so afraid of her? You probably don't want to be around to find out, even though it seems as though she's very interested in meeting you...

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TribokTribok

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

very good game

i enjoyed the game. The art style is good however the puzzles are rarther easy (only consulted the walkthrough for the bomb part). I almost thought i had a glitch although i found out i just had to click on the clocks to see which one diddnt chime. My only problem really is that the music was repetitive, although the music did suit the game.


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FrostMonarchFrostMonarch

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

lots of fun!

i turned all the clocks to 8, then played the piano with the second spool, and i thought the chick was Aurora. lol


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tonmon100tonmon100

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Great

I really like this type of point and click game and the eerie theme you have got going is working very well. The music and artwork were superb but the music was a bit annoying after a while. Anyway a fantastic game you should be proud and i cant wait to play the next chapter.


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freshmuttonfreshmutton

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Good but not great

I like Pastel Games a lot, and this one had the usual great artwork. But the puzzles feel a little unfinished to me and the inventory could use a little more work. But not bad!


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MrPatienceMrPatience

Rated 3 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Not bad

The artwork was brilliant, and the soundtrack, although a little repetetive, was quite fitting.
The abrupt ending really hurts the game, as does the lack of structure to the quest.
There should not be purchasable items that do nothing, particularly with a finite amount of in-gam money. The last thing you want is a player getting stuck with no means to progress.
And overall, this felt unfinished. THe player is fooled in to believing that there is more than one way to complete the game, implied through the clocks, the postcard etcetera, when in actuality there is not.
Regardless, looking forward to future additions to the series.


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