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Age of Enigma: The Secret of the 6th Ghost HD

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Help the ghostly inhabitants of a haunted house as you venture into the beyond and discover the secret of the 6th ghost! Mysteriously summoned to a house you have seen only in your nightmares, you will encounter the dark and inscrutable Nathan and help the ghosts held captive there in Age of Enigma: The Secret of the Sixth Ghost. Explore this spooky Adventure game and escape from hell!


☆☆☆☆☆ Features ☆☆☆☆☆

✓ Colorful scenes come to life!
✓ Follow a mesmerizing story
✓ Become a gifted medium!
✓ Solve unique puzzles to save each ghost!

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Customer Reviews

Age of Egnima

Enjoyed the different style of searching, initially, in the old house and the quieter space and music. Looking for clues throughout was much more interesting than all those "find all the objects" puzzles. Even the "solve this" type of thing was more interesting... It all worked because it was familiar territory. We're all used to an old house and all the furnishings. But when we went on the first tangent with the first ghost everything changed... Searching for pieces of a broken spear was a waste of time. There were no spear pieces to really discern. And once inside the temple things didn't improve. After finding the discernible pieces to move up the stairs it was just like outside in the jungle. You just point to everything and anything, as no pieces are really discernible. And the "solve this" puzzles were sad... I skipped them both just to be able to get out of there and move forward. It's a shame. Initially, I thought, Wow, this one was going to be a winner. But not being able to intelligently search for what seemed like stupid pieces for stupid goals only made the game not worth pursuing, in spite of hopes to be able to get back into the house and search it. The map for the inside was intriguing and wonderful... Hope the feedback is useful. I really enjoyed the game to start with. This is the very first of Big Fish's games I've deleted...

Really needs to be fixed

I played the trial and liked it ok enough. The story is fine, the art style is kind of cute, though I didn't quite like how hard to find some of the pieces were. I play other Big Fish games on "expert" mode routinely and I found it impossible to see some of the pieces in the levels. That wasn't what made me quit this game though. It wasn't even that the storyline is incredibly predictable and you will figure out exactly who the 6th ghost is within the first 5 minutes of the trial. That didn't bother me either.

I actually paid for this game after the trial and played through the third level. I finished, saved, and quit for the night. When I came back to resume the next day, my game had been deleted. Nope, not doing it. The levels were not enjoyable enough for me to play through all of them all over again. The shoddy work on this game is what did it. Combined with the predictable storyline, the hard to find pieces (some are actually hidden BEHIND the message on your screen - someone didn't think that one out), the fact that this game does not have a reliable progress save feature makes this too annoying to be worth money.

Save yourself the aggravation until they fix this game.

Lots of Fun!

Thoroughly enjoyed the simple storyline, and liked the tangents for each ghost that were unrelated to the main setting... Playing a bit of egypt and Japan was a lot of fun. I liked the concept, and can see it has plenty of room for expansion. For an intro plot it was okay, but any sequels had better put a bit more thought into it.

Did have a problem in chapter five when it's possible to overfill your inventory, at which point you can't combine an object from the beginning and something that has scrolled out of reach. Making this impossible to overfill would solve the issue, but my preference would be to find a way to combine objects that aren't next to one another. (Maybe just drag/drop reordering of inventory so objects could be moved closer and thus be able to combine them.)

Age of Enigma: The Secret of the 6th Ghost HD
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  • Category: Games
  • Released:
  • Version: 1.0.0
  • Size: 559 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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