Lost in the City: Post Scriptum

Help Hero and Ann wake up all of mankind in Lost in the City: Post Scriptum! Put an end to the curse and save the entire world! After being the guardians of the future, Hero and Ann are told to leave their city. After returning to the real world, they discover that all of humanity is asleep! Follow the Hidden Objects and make your way through this intriguing story and save the day!

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Look out the window C. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. This whole game rocks! Move the fifth bar until the knob glows purple; then click the knob to open the safe Q. The cracks will fade after a short interval. The feeling of being in deserted town really excites me. I love this story just as much as the first. Look at the door to learn you need a key F. Ann has disappeared! Just an FYI in case anyone was worried about having not played the original! Repair the ticket. Left-click to pick up and place gears. It's a very basic gameplay with very basic HO's and puzzles. And a very peaceful aftermath of an incredibly soul touching game.

The cracks will fade after a short interval. You can look out the door, but you need to prepare for your trip first. This puzzle is randomized; your solution may vary. While you progress in the game, more extras will become available. The developers put a lot of time into this series story to make it stand out. Chapter 1: Home Look at the television to learn that you need to clean the screen A. It has no voice-over at all, and it has a lot of reading compared to almost any other game I have played. The feeling of being in deserted town really excites me. Hidden Object scenes are indicated by sparkles J. Emotionally Human! And silent. It has a great story The lack of voice-overs actually make the game much more powerful…you are in a post-apocolyptic world, alone, no one is with you, and the deafening silence and quiet music make you, as a player, completely ally with your character and genuinely feel the weight of an empty world.

Click on the sparkling radio for a hidden object scene F. Locate all the hidden objects on the list. Determine the code to unlock the safe. Hover your mouse over a present to see the chapter it represents T. Look at Ann E. Place the gears into the lock G. Right-click, or click the icon, to turn the magnifier on or off E. It's so unique! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Amijane from This is just so It was philosophical and beautiful. The options menu allows for the adjustment of music and sound volume A. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. Note the safe that is missing lock pieces J. It is an amazing game.


Lost in the City: Post Scriptum

When you meet a cat you rescue and it meows, I Haunted Train: Clashing Worlds jumped a bit, the sound startled me. I really want more of this game. Determine the code to unlock the safe. Look at the door to learn you need a key F. Remove the text from the screen until only the password remains 6. From the main screen you may Sparkle Unleashed player Battle Slots B. Complex story Select the safe for a hidden object area. The first game had each section timed for ten minutes each. Mini-games, chapter end mazes, and hidden object scenes are randomly generated! Find the purple butterfly. It had heart. If you didn't finish in time, you had to do that section again. Read the instructions C. Select the sparkling plaid tote for a hidden object scene D.

It had heart. I guarantee most will love it. Ann has disappeared! Maybe try the demo. You may play this game in windowed or full screen mode. It is an amazing game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Amijane from This is just so Move the fifth bar until the knob glows purple; then click the knob to open the safe Q. The story is very unique as well. Note the sparkling suitcase on the floor C. Determine the code to unlock the safe. The eye icon with an exclamation point indicates that you need to look and take action K. I tend to play a few hours for several nights and for the DD it was a great deal in my humble opinion, at one point I actually thought the game was over and it wasn't.

Thhe published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sandyca from Really liked this game. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. Read the message in the drawer The Timebuilders: Pyramid Rising. Purple butterflies will circle the suggested item as a hint. Select the top drawer and locate the hidden objects there. The first game had each Battle Slots timed for ten minutes each.


5 thoughts on “Lost in the City: Post Scriptum

  1. I love this story just as much as the first. Select the desk drawers for a hidden object game L. Find the five torn blue papers to trigger a mini-game.

  2. Right-click, or click the icon, to turn the magnifier on or off E. The cat waking him you up in the morning totally cracked me up…I am very familiar with that particular view he opened his eyes to! Exit the engine and click on the white arrow to move to the other side of the car.

  3. They have to separate, and go to their adventures of their own, and then meet again in the end. Click on the left side of the bar to move the bar to the right, and the right side of the bar to move the bar left. Mini-games, chapter end mazes, and hidden object scenes are randomly generated!

  4. I stand behind what I said about the graphics in the first one, but the hints were better this time. Maybe it's just me, but being timed helps provide that sense of urgency that really drew me into the game. The question marks indicate that an area is still locked U.

  5. You will earn extras that will be recorded on this screen. Exit the car to the right. Determine the code to unlock the safe. It was…strange.

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