Hidden object / adventure game. Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox is a very challenging sequel, where Mortimer must travel to different ages in time to put things right. The items are split into several individual pieces which should be found. When you find all of the pieces of an item, the item would be added to your inventory, and can be used to solve the puzzle or help to reverse the time paradox. A piece of Uncle Jerome.s Time Bomb is the key to sealing the portals; try to receive it as soon as possible. Take into account that not all of the misplaced items are confined to the same room. Vice versa, puzzles and objects are spread out across several scenes within the same historical age. There are eight different ages to explore in the game; which are ranged from historical to locations. If you experience some difficulties solving puzzles, you can use the hints. The game doesn.t demands the speed from you as there are no time limits for the salvation of puzzles. Besides, you have a great possibility to interact with various famous figures, like King Louis XVI.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox is a very exciting game designed with wonderful graphics and pleasant sound system. The scenery is cleverly designed here. The game is full of varied scenes; each of them is accompanied by suitably selected audio. Perhaps, not all the scenes are visually rich and well-constructed, but the audio is great. Overall, it is a game which brings long challenging hours of the gameplay.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· 8 Different Ages to Explore
· Plenty of Helpful Hints to Use
· Exciting Storyline
· The end of the game is a little bit disappointing.
OS: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista Memory: 512 MB DirectX: 9.0 or later CPU: P800 Video: 16mb 3D Video Card
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