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Hidden in Time: Looking-glass Lane (Macintosh)

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Description

You have explored Castle Fairwich using your Ancestor’s Mirror. Now you have gone to the house of your great-great-grandmother, Emma Willow. A lightning strike sends you back in time to when Emma's invention caused an entire train to disappear into the past. Solve Emma's puzzles to save the people from that train and get yourself home.

Hidden in Time: Looking-glass Lane is a hidden-object game and the sequel to Mirror Mirror. On most screens, the player will find items from a list at the bottom. If an item is listed in blue, this means that they must move or open another item to reveal it. Often, after they find the last item, they will have gained enough items to solve a small puzzle. These small puzzles open new doors or reveal other puzzles. Solving these puzzles reveals clues as to what to do next or reveals one of twelve machines Emma invented that are part of her time machine.

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LepricahnsGold (79698) added Hidden in Time: Looking-glass Lane (Macintosh) on Jan 08, 2012
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