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Players will take on the role of Evelyn Tao, a bright young professor who is in town grieving over the death of her father. While exploring her old home, she stumbles upon some work left by her father immediately before he died.

After analysing his journal she realises that he discovered the whereabouts of a large amount of treasure hidden somewhere within the Forbidden City.  It is up to Evelyn Tao to find this treasure and reveal the secrets hidden within the walls of the Forbidden City.

Features
- Fractured object and hidden object gameplay
- Interactive inventory system for placing items after they are pieced together
- Puzzles and mini-games based on ancient Chinese games
- Over 25 authentic locations in and around The Forbidden City
- Interesting historical facts integrated into gameplay
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