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A reclusive author has asked for your help! Travel to the mysterious world of Enlightenus and use your detective skills to track down Edgar Lee`s missing novels! Explore an entirely different maze full of perplexing puzzles and intricate locks, as you collect each chapter of the missing books. This unique Hidden Object Adventure game challenges you to solve each riddle in order to escape the land of Enlightenus!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 164 MB
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  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later


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Enlightenus 4.1 5 23 23
Refreshingly different An entertaining hidden object game with a slight twist - you're putting objects back into the scenes, instead of trying to find them. The objects within the scenes are also a great source of humour - someone with an inventive streak went through and named everything, so that each time I encountered a new scene I went to the trouble of reading all of the descriptions first. The story was also a pleasant surprise, with an ending that both summarised and resolved the main conflict. A definite recommendation for a lazy afternoon! March 22, 2012
Interesting and unique! I really enjoyed this game. It is really different from other hidden object games in that you put objects back into the scene rather than taking them out. The game is fairly easy, and you collect hints in the hidden object scenes in the form of cards (usually 2 per scene) which is a nice twist. The puzzles are straight forward and mostly pairing games. The only down side is that it is too short and I completed it in a few hours, but for a few pounds, it was worth it! December 2, 2011
UNIQUE, FANTASTIC GAME Tells the story of a detective fulfilling her childhood dream of being an author. Her first novel describing her adventure in the Enlightenus world is such a success that there will be subsequent novels and travel. Gorgeous very detailed and unique graphics, an enchanting storyline, interesting and unusual gameplay, beautiful music, pleasant narration at beginning and ending, replay value, good length (took me 5 to 6 hours in unhurried casual mode). Gameplay: Find 42 pages from missing novels. Gameplay is the same throughout: 42 untypical HOS and a number of minigames and puzzles. Instead of the usual list of objects to find, you must return objects to their proper place in a scene, which will be visited 3 times. Pick up an inventory item and as you hover over the scene, a useful description of objects in the scene is given (example: a pirate bird, an alligator with dirty teeth, a hungry mouse). You will then place the inventory on the proper item (an eye patch, toothbrush and cheese in the example). You will get the same beginning screen each time, but the items to be placed will differ. Once you?ve placed all items, you will be rewarded with an engraved token button. Minigames: The tokens are used to solve riddles from portraits throughout the game. You are usually rewarded with an inventory item. Puzzles are nothing new ? mostly matching an item with its blueprint, an animal with its home, or an animal with its food. A book marks your progress with the mini-games. An impressive, well designed and polished game, with a satisfying ending. August 13, 2012
Really enjoyed this game This was a great game. The graphics were good and the story was fun. I really enjoyed having to put things back into their proper places instead of just finding them. Just the right amount of challenge to keep it interesting, loved everything about it. January 28, 2012
Fun Game With a Twist I absolutely love the Enlightenus series. Instead of just finding hidden objects, it's more of an association game of matching objects together in scenes. It's unique, creative, and a nice change of pace. Cool storyline and smooth gameplay. You can excercise your noodle in a way that it has not yet grown accustomed to. May not be everyone's cup of tea, but I really enjoyed it and recommend both games in the series. April 2, 2012
A Very pleasant, fun, relaxing game! As other reviewers have said, this is not your typical HO. But, the nicest thing about this game is the logic with which you place the items in each scene. Sometimes you need the description to see that logic, but that, for me, was the most fun...trying to guess how that logic worked. This is not a difficult or challenging game...but hunt for the "E" cards first, or the scene will disappear before you find them..and they are VERY small. The only thing I think the cards are good for are the hints, and I didn't need more than 5 or 6 through the whole game, so you can stop when you have plenty. I had nearly 70 left over. Everything about this game is pleasant and simple. Even the rooms are sparsely furnished. When you get to the crowded "opposite" HO scenes they are well lit and most items are easily identified. All in all a very nice game when you don't want to work too hard. I will be purchasing the new one too! June 12, 2013
Great Game! This game was SO much fun! It wasn't super difficult, but I looked forward to each of the HOG scenes...which are very different from traditional HOG scenes. You can to find where the objects belong in the scene, with is a different concept than I am used to. Also, there was a lot of humor when putting some of the objects together...for example: a toothbrush to clean dirty teeth. I loved this, and I can't wait to play the second one! December 22, 2012
Wonderful game! I loved this game. You have to place objects into scenes rather than take them out. It's not terribly difficult to play, but the thinking required is fairly challenging. You have to match the objects with something in the scene, so your logic skills are in high demand. When you finish each scene you get a token. Then when you get all the tokens from each of the scenes, you have to decide how to match them with the different paintings, which also requires logic. You also need to think about how to use some of the objects that you find lying around. I didn't think it was such a short game, as mentioned by a few other reviewers. After all, you're looking for 42 pages from a book, and each page takes a while to complete. I definitely recommend this unique and interesting game. September 24, 2013
This game thinks outside the square This game is a refreshing change from the usual hidden object. Instead of finding objects you are putting them back into the scenes where they belong. The story is interesting and the puzzles not too hard. A definite keeper!! November 9, 2012
good for me! Well, it's blue tea! I'm enjoy playing this and having fun. Thanks dev and good job! Love it! April 18, 2013
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