Timeless: The Lost Castle

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Every night you’ve been haunted by visions of a man in a red hood, pleading for you to save an innocent soul. You pack your bags for Europe, but soon you’ll find yourself headed for a different destination, stranded aboard a flying ship. In the distance, an ancient castle among the snowy mountains holds the key to releasing a young girl’s spirit, but it also contains an ancient evil sleeping just under its foundations. Follow in the footsteps of the Man in Red and uncover his secrets in Timeless: The Lost Castle, a mysterious Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game.

  • Three levels of difficulty
  • Explore a snow-covered castle
  • Unmask the Man in Red
  • A story of betrayal and redemption
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 237 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Timeless: The Lost Castle 4.1 5 102 102
Such a good game! May i have more, please? The time between really good games - even if it's only a week or 2 - really seems to drag for this game addict, but Timeless: The Lost Castle was really worth the wait. This is right up my alley, being mostly adventure play, with a just few HOscenes thrown in. So expect slower, more deliberate movement, seeking, & implementing your found items & discovered info than you would with games that are more hidden object based. This isn't a hand holder, so the gray matter's gonna be occupied and, I hope, thanking you for it. 3 modes of play allow for a good range of challenge; i played expert & was really happy with it. Graphics are very good. Music kept low in the background enhances rather than overrides the experience. There are essentially no voiceovers, but rather written character lines, & altho' i prefer vo's, this game is none the worse for lack of them. There's no map either, & personally i like it that way. The journal is not only valuable thru your adventure, but it's kinda cool looking ... ok, that doesn't matter, but i liked it lol. Puzzles there are, & most are pretty darn good. I gotta give credit to this dev for the way the storyline & gameplay are so well integrated; everywhere you go, everything you do - & there's a LOT to do - is obviously & directly related to the the developing storyline & it's goals. Man, i just love when that happens! And the whole thing ran smooth as silk, glitch-free, thus frustration-free. There's a whole lot of really fun, game-junkie play time here, folks; i was at it for hours, completely immersed, intrigued, & happy as a kid in a candy store. It's a SE, worth the price of a CE imho. I recommend at least giving this one a demo, & hope you enjoy it as much as i did. Kudos to the devs for such a great piece of work. Have fun gaming, folks! March 7, 2013
a challenge I loved it and am looking for the next one. I needed the hint button a few times more than usual. Recommend! The HOS were crowded, and the silhouettes were a real challenge. But overall one of the better ones. February 27, 2013
GOOD ENOUGH TO BE A CE The only thing keeping this game from being equivalent to a Collector's Edition is a few extras like bonus play, an interactive map, wallpapers, etc. The length and variety of actions in this game would have been worth the price of a CE. The storyline is basic good versus evil, with a stranger coming to the rescue of people being tormented by demons. Enough said. I never play with music, so I have no opinion on it. There are no voiceovers, but there was not that much dialog that had to be read. The variety of puzzles and hidden object scenes was very impressive, Some of the puzzles were fairly easy, but others were hard enough that I had to skip them. Some were unique and others were enough of a variant on standard puzzles to make them interesting and challenging. There were lots of hidden object scenes and they varied between lists and silhouettes, with items that had to be opened or moved to find other items. Definitely kept my interest. The only criticism I have is that it definitely needed at least a map, and an interactive one would have been perfect. There was a lot of back and forth and ordinarily that turns me completely against a game. The saving grace with this game was that the hint button acted as a navigator to the next active location, although it worked by taking you backwards/forwards one screen at a time. If you have a good memory and are good at remembering how you got to a certain place, this might not be a problem for you. However, after a few back and forths, I get completely lost and can barely remember the last location I visited. However, the challenge of this game and the interest it generates overcame this irritant for me. I was so impressed with this game that I immediately purchased the other game in this series, Timeless: The Forgotten Town CE. It would be nice if other Timeless games were developed, if the quality meets or exceeds this game. July 23, 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed it. This review is based on the SE. I found the game to be nice and long with a good mix of puzzles and HOS. There is no map so those who object to "walking all over the place" probably will not like it, but I actually think it ads to the realism. The hint feature guides you to a location without penalty. You only "use" the hint if you invoke it in a location/room with a task to be done. I like that type of hint system. This is the first time I've played any in this series. I'm looking forward to trying some of the others. April 12, 2014
challenging game It was challenging because you have too be aware of anything you can see,it took twice to get through it,but was fun June 17, 2013
Wow nice long standard version! Graphis and story very well done, mind challenging puzzles, not many hos but good ones. May 28, 2013
Wonderful game This game was well worth the money. I gave it all fives. I loved the first Timeless, but this one is better. I played it until I beat it and now I'm sad. I eagerly await the next one. April 10, 2013
I Love Puzzles This game had a bunch of good puzzles. I also enjoyed the story line as I'm a big fan of fantasy. It had a reasonable amount of hogs, but not too many at all. I also liked that the middle setting, normal, had the occasional sparkle, instead of all or nothing. I would love more like this. April 10, 2013
Different Although I play a lot of games, I don't usually give reviews. This game was different, enthralling and worth the money. March 23, 2013
This game is really tricky!! I have been playing this game for a couple of hours now and you won't believe the challenges in it. They are great. Takes awhile to figure out what to do but they sure are fun. The vocals/sound are good and thank goodness for the help button as it leads you to where you need to go next. The game is drawn crisp and clean and easy to see. There is a lot of back and forth in this game but it sure is worth it. There are very few plain old hidden object scenes as most have a slight twist to them. Someone put some thought into this. Some things are a little mislabeled like "loupe" for magnifying glass but that is not a big problem. The more I play this game the better it gets. I will have to play this game several times. I hope you buy it, I think you will really enjoy it, as much a I am. Well, back to having fun!! March 23, 2013
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