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Jane Angel is a FBI agent specialist in art theft that, while on a routine inspection of stolen pieces confiscated on an airport, finds medieval coins and other clues leading to the fabled lost treasure of the Knights Templar.

Jane Angel: Templar Mystery is a hidden object game with elements of the adventure genre. At the beginning, the player can turn on a time limit of forty minutes for each chapter, or play in a relaxed mode without time restraints. Most locations are presented as screen with static scenes, where the player has to find an click on all the objects listed at the left side. The screen can be scrolled sideways by clicking and dragging it to show its full extension. List entries become grayed to indicate they are not visible at the moment. The hint button shows the position of one of the required items.

Some variations and mini-games appear after the regular sections, where the player has to find the differences between two similar images, create logical chains of objects by numbering their attached tickets (for example, tagging a hammer with "1" and a vase with "2" to break it), complete a matching game on the laboratory by connecting balls of the same color to create strings and make them disappear, assemble jigsaw puzzles and complete other similar challenges. These games can be optionally skipped after a minute.


Jane Angel: Templar Mystery Windows Circular puzzle
Jane Angel: Templar Mystery Windows Apartment left side
Jane Angel: Templar Mystery Windows Ticket puzzle
Jane Angel: Templar Mystery Windows Apartment

Alternate Titles

  • "Jane Angel: El Misterio de Los Templarios" -- Spanish title
  • "Jane Angel: Das Geheimnis der Templer" -- German title

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