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- Help Save Miranda's Grandfather.
- Unique Scroll And Zoom Gameplay.
- Original And Engaging Storyline.
- Experience Steam Power And Strange Science.
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Explore a fantastic vision of a past filled with steam-powered robots, flying airships, and strange science in this epic hidden object game set in a whimsical world of fun! Join Miranda Calomy and her helpful sidekick, Sprocket, on a transcontinental adventure of perplexing puzzles in a rich Victorian setting. Featuring unique scroll and zoom gameplay, and an innovative hint system, this is an engaging experience for all ages!
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I have tried uninstalling the game, redownloading it and reinstalling it, but it doesn't help. As a result, I find the game unplayable. I hate that, since I know I would've enjoyed playing it, if it had worked properly for me. For the present, I've given up on this game, since, no matter what I do, I always seem to randomly come across objects that are not there, even though the game's object finder indicates they are. Since there is no option to skip an object and continue, the game stops right there for me, I can't play any further without finding that object.
Even though I'm very patient, I have no desire to keep starting at the beginning of the game over and over again just in hopes of not coming across a glitched object.
But this game is deadly dull. Most of it consists of the main character being asked to help clean up various landscapes, aka, the hidden object scenes. Then it's time to get out a magnifying glass because most of the objects to be found are so tiny and obscure. Some are so small that if you don't precisely click on them, they don't register. I believe that is the trouble another reviewer had when he or she said they used the hint function and still couldn't find the object.
They backload the end of the game with some puzzles that aren't anything worth mentioning.
The panoramic scenes are also stereographic; a 3D effect I haven't seen in any other game. I would like to see a more interesting game employ it.
The little Sprocket character is cute; maybe not as cute as R2D2, though.