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!

Select the sparkling area for a hidden object scene F. But you get some cool and pretty scenes closer to the end of the game. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. This puzzle is randomized; your solution may vary. Look at Ann E. Maybe try the demo. I guarantee most will love it. You may play a brief tutorial once you start the game. Reading the other reviews before I took on this game, I thought people were over-exaggerating but weirdly enough, I feel that the game has an intense meaning and is beautifully crafted to bring it across. The code you find is missing one number O. It brought home how much we crave and need other warm bodies in our life…the epitome of loneliness was very raw. Enter the numbers you do have by sliding the bars to position the number in the circle P.


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And a very peaceful Scripgum of an incredibly soul touching game. Should the first wire not work, click on it again to move it back and chose another. Read the top and bottom of the poster D. Look at Ann E. It brought home how much we crave and need other warm bodies in our life…the epitome of loneliness was very raw. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from Fascinating! This game is telling me about pain, and love. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. And desperate. The feeling of being Mahjong Carnaval deserted town really excites me. Talk to Ann to Mystery Solitaire: Grimms tales she is hungry B. Ij at the safe to learn the hinges are rusty H. Chapter 2: Railway Station Collect the purple butterfly A. Hover your cursor over an item for a description. This puzzle is randomized; your solution may vary.

Take the two tires B. The premise has been explained by other reviewers but let me explain why this game deserves five stars. Select the middle drawer and locate the hidden objects there. Left-click to pick up and place gears. Normally these are all things I am not a huge fan of but I absolutely loved this game. Exit the car to the left. The options menu allows for the adjustment of music and sound volume A. Select the sparkling closet on the left. You collect objects in line with the story, and sometimes bits of information are given. Close the middle drawer. This game is sad. Graphics were nice and no problems at all with the game play. During hidden object scenes, the first missed click will show a green X, the second will show a yellow X, the third will crack the picture. The upper right button will take you to the menu R. Mini-games, chapter end mazes, and hidden object scenes are randomly generated!

Hidden Object scenes are indicated by sparkles J. Pst the car to the left. The upper right button will take you to the menu R. Your inventory is accessible Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist mini-games that may require the use of items. I am not a huge fan of more than just a few HOGs, personally. Date published: Find the five torn blue papers to trigger a mini-game. Close the middle drawer.


When you meet a cat you rescue and it meows, I actually jumped a bit, the sound startled me. You will earn extras that will be recorded on this screen. Select the white arrow on the back wall for a different view of the garage. Enter the car. To the left of the notebook is the S. The story is very unique as well. It made me realize that the world, is so big. Enter the cashier office G. The thing i like in this game, is that Ann has disappeared! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jocasta1 from A fitting sequel to Lost in the City I really enjoyed the first installment of the series and was not dissapointed in the sequel. Take the KEY hanging to the right of the door and use it to unlock the door G.

The first game had each section timed for ten minutes each. I didn't have that feeling this time and it took away just a wee bit of the fun. To the left of the notebook is the S. Once you find the two wires that spark, click on the second wire 2 several times to send the white bar into the green zone, but not the red zone 3. Note the gas tank on the car L. The cracks will fade after a short interval. I love this story just as much as the first. Use the KEY on the car door; then enter the car Y. This puzzle is randomized; your solution may vary. Note the white arrow that appears on the back wall E. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from Fascinating! Normally these are all things I am not a huge fan of but I absolutely loved this game. It do have HOS but they are not stupid or strange but just adequate and the graphics have improved and the story is just as great and intense as the first one The lower left corner of the screen gives your current task H.

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  1. I recommend this game and Lost in the City! Select the sparkling area to the right of Ann J. Complex story The options menu allows for the adjustment of music and sound volume A. Click on the cut wires for a mini-game.

  2. Select the white arrow on the back wall for a different view of the garage. Enter the numbers you do have by sliding the bars to position the number in the circle P. It was well thought-out.

  3. It was well thought-out. Why don't they make these anymore???? As you travel further into the world, the cat is threatened to be separated from you, and I actually teared up a bit call me sentimental, but it has never ever happened to me before in a game. Select the sparkling closet on the left.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sandysamuel from As good as the first! The question mark will give you directions on how to solve the mini-game P. Maybe try the demo. Look at the last entry in the logbook and find text that is similar to the first name 5.

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