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Age of Enigma combines puzzle solving, mini-games, and story in an intriguing mix of casual and adventure gameplay. Players can choose to be guided through the story in casual mode, or experience longer dialogues and more freedom of exploration in adventure mode. Striking cartoon artwork and a haunting soundtrack help set the spooky scene as Ashley progresses through the abandoned house to assist the restless spirits. The upcoming Special Edition for the Mac App Store and iPad will include an additional mini-game not present in the original PC release, bringing the total number of mini-games to 26.
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