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Riddles of The Past

Average Rating 5 player reviews ( 4.4 out of 5.0 )

Find the clues to the secrets of Riverside, the abandoned town without memory.

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Game Description

10 years ago, Emily Hanson, a young dancer, found herself at the railway station in a strange town, not knowing who she was or where she came from. Over time, she managed to adjust, fit in, and live a full, normal life. Until a few fragments found in an old photo album awoke the memories and mysteries of the past. This game’s plot rich in mysteries and secrets, unusual puzzles, thrilling scenes, and a moving love story will be a real treat for fans of the genre as well as for first-time players. The authentic visual style and quality sound will completely immerse you into the mysterious atmosphere of this town without memory!

-52 beautiful city locations transformed by the absence of people.
-Unusual gameplay elements turn every game setting into a hidden objects scene.
-The interactive map helps players move around the city quickly.
-Discovered memories are stored and can be replayed at any time.
-Exciting gameplay that immerses players in a mysterious abandoned city.

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  • by BiddyCat on Mar 08, 2015

    Very good game. I enjoy this type of HO's game your not hunting for items in a list but finding parts. Hints very helpfull refilled fast, Great story line they left it open. Yeah. Hope they have another one looking for Clark. This is a very simple game noone should have problems with it. Enjoy. See more See less

  • by rubywine on Mar 08, 2015

    This was a good game for the most part, even though the graphics could have been a little better, IMO. In some scenes, they were a bit drab and dreary, but then, this was supposed to be a deserted town, so maybe that's the effect they were going for. The story was interesting and a little more then halfway through the game, there's a plot twist that takes you by surprise. The problem of the "jumping" inventory list is easily solved, you can lock the list so it stays in place. This isn't a traditional HO game - you must find and collect items to complete small "mini" scenes. So hard-core HO fans may not like it as much. Or maybe they'll like it more. Bottom line is, you have to try it yourself and see. Have fun. See more See less

  • by keyser13 on Mar 06, 2015

    Good story, very interesting. The only problem I had was with the invertory thing at the bottom of the page. It was fine at first but then it kept jumping up and down. Then couldn't get it open. Then when I did get it to come up, this time stayed up. Other then that everything else ok. Didn't have sound on. You can also skip the mini games, if you like but the were pretty easy. See more See less

  • by anonymous on Mar 04, 2015

    Interesting game, a little different for a change. The only thing I thought was a bit lost in translation was using the word soccer which is of course futball for most of the world. The young man was famous for, American Football, not soccer. Still I can understand why it translated to soccer not football. It was quite a fun and interesting game, kept me entertained for about an hour and a half. See more See less

  • by judygarland on Mar 04, 2015

    Mystery Tag did an outstanding job with this game. The story I love which is quite original. No lost relatives. Instead Emily is trying to piece back together her past. The graphics and music are awesome. The H0GS aren't a list but you click on objects and the little circles come up where you have to find the frags for to make the object whole. The mini games are fun and original. There is a map with a white ! to tell you there is something to do, and a gold arrow to say you are here, and it's a jump map. If the team made this a CE I still would have gotten it. Kudos and thank you to Mystery Tag for an awesome game, and Iwin for putting it out. See more See less