Time Riddles: The Mansion

  • Unique gameplay
  • Perplexing puzzles
  • Discover the past!
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 31

Review for game Time Riddles: The Mansion

Use a magical board game to travel back in time and discover the history of a mansion! Find clues in gorgeous Hidden Object scenes, solve tough puzzles, and piece together the story in Time Riddles – The Mansion! Earn unique bonuses for finding hidden jewels and solving clever riddles. Roll the dice, move the game pieces along the board, and dive deep into the rich past of this beautiful house!

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Genre : Puzzle

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Date release

March 6, 2010

Game Rank

3770 points

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Big Waste of Time
July 20, 2012

No interactivity, pasted in story line, the same objects/locations over and over, useless jewel hunt and repetitive match three game make this game one to be avoided at all costs. Spend your money elsewhere.

Weird and uninteresting
January 6, 2012

The sole originality of this game resides in the gameboard........ and the Match 3 games. There is no puzzle, no minigame, no action to perform. Only HO Scenes, some of which are neat and others kind of blurry. None offer any interactivity and all the items are given in a list. They are not too difficult to find and that's a good thing because hints are limited to 5 per 5 HO Scenes. Every 3 misclicks, the screen zooms in on you briefly. Quite surprising the first time, most annoying and eye-straining from the second time onwards. In addition you collect jewels and gain achievements under certain conditions, although this is not mandatory. Now the originality: In the center of the board 2 dice; click on them to roll them and 4 chips move along the edge then stop on a location each. Click on one location to access a HO Scene. Do the same with the others then click on the center for the fifth one. You're then back with the board and the dice. Repeat the process. The Match 3 game is dull and presents always the same pattern: brown trihedras, brown cubes, brown cylinders. No other color, no variety in the layout, no power-ups. I am not sure I grasped the story; it is rather confused and unclear As regards the riddles, I didn't see any. It takes a real fan of HOGs and Match 3's to like this one and go through all 15 chapters. I am not one of them. Note: Review based on the demo

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