Age of Enigma - The Secret of the Sixth Ghost
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Age of Enigma - The Secret of the Sixth Ghost 

Connect with the supernatural to free ghosts and help citizens in Age of Enigma - The Secret of the Sixth Ghost, an irresistible point-and-click endeavor.

As far as she can remember, Ashley is haunted by dreams of a mysterious house. On a day like any other, she receives a letter leading her to an address and when she arrives, she is amazed by what she sees - that very same house that haunts her dreams. There, she is greeted by a shadowy figure who reveals her psychic abilities and explains her destiny.

Follow Ashley on her paranormal quest to connect to the other side. Investigate the house and come face to face with ghosts asking for her help. Why are they there and what is behind a sudden wave of freakish events? Collect helpful items to solve puzzles, use special powers, and play mini-games to continue the discoveries. Can Ashley release the restless ghosts and find peace for the population?

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Age of Enigma - The Secret of the Sixth Ghost and find out today!

  • Use your psychic powers to save citizens in this fascinating Adventure game.
  • Visit a mysterious house in search of ghosts and answers to your destiny.
  • Collect helpful items to solve a myriad of puzzles.
  • Use special powers to unlock secrets and overcome obstacles.
  • Play mini-games separately in a secondary mode.
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Reviews of Age of Enigma - The Secret of the Sixth Ghost
 | Added on: January 12, 2016
 
It was a fun game, a good way to waste an afternoon. It was a short play, although I'm sure you could spread it out if you wanted. There are jumpscares, and some sensitive topics (a mini game where you have to design a satanic pentagram and so on). It's a good storyline, kept me engaged the whole time. Some of the mini games were impossible, and I consider myself pretty good at those types of things. However, there are in game "cheats' if you click the bottom left hand corner of the screen, so it definitely helps. I wish more games did that. I would definitely play a sequel if it came out!
 | Added on: February 26, 2015
 
The graphics were nice and the game immersive. The story line was very original. Did not allow hints only gave you an objective. You just have to look at everything. lol. I wish it was longer. Sounds like there will be others. Never been to Tartarus in a game before. Hehehe. I thought it was great.
 | Added on: October 12, 2012
 
That's what I asked myself as I just had to keep playing… A very curious story presented in illustration reminiscent of Anime and Manga. Rather odd, not very scary for a ghost story, but I remained intrigued. I really wanted to know how the two main characters were connected. Beyond that, please experience this for yourself, the discovery adds to the impact of the game. Pure adventure, all found items are scattered around and will be used. Two modes of play, casual and adventure. They are different -- try both. 25 puzzles -- several of which really tested your brain. If you worked them all out the game will not be short! One thing I really liked -- you get to work out what you think the solution is and then press submit. That is a big improvement over other games where puzzles sometimes solve themselves as the result of a random guess. That's not very rewarding. In this game you really get to feel accomplished. Don't pass on doing the demo; this game is different and enjoyable.
 | Added on: October 13, 2012
 
This game is basically lots of puzzles and mini-games strung together with a few hidden objects of the "find all the pieces of..." variety. This is very much my thing although I found some of the minigames rather easy. Not a game for children.
 | Added on: November 11, 2012
 
ok game. the sound effects in this game are gr8-scarey. you find objects to help you progress in the game. i did find myself lost at times, but the guide was very helpful. instead of a hint button, you use the guide. it is very specific in it's hints. there is a varitey of mini games. i like that if i found them too tedious i could skip them. all in all an ok game.
 | Added on: October 27, 2012
 
I enjoyed the storyline and the graphics. It was pretty entertaining and sometimes even a little scary! It was very easy though even in the adventure mode. If you are looking for something super challenging, this would not be the game for you. If you want something to kill time that is fun and short, definitely get it. I finished it in about 3 hours (while taking breaks often) so be prepared for it to be over quickly.
 | Added on: October 12, 2012
 
I really loved this game! Straight adventure game with no hidden objects which is what I love! However it only takes about 3 hours to beat, id love it if it had been longer.
 | Added on: October 16, 2012
 
You really needed to think about this one. In casual mode the guide did help, but it was still up to you to find all of the different pieces that made the game go forward. I little creepy at times, but I loved it.
 | Added on: October 14, 2012
 
I was not too sure what to expect with this game: would it be scary, spooky or corny. Actually, it was none of those. It was an adventure, a mystery, a puzzle and very challenging. The mini games really made you think and I thoroughly enjoyed that aspect. In Casual Mode, the game led you through where you needed to be so you weren't constantly going back and forth. All in all, a very well-thought out, well designed game.
 | Added on: October 12, 2012
 
This game certainly holds your attention. A girl is called to a house she had previously seen in her dreams. Little by little she learns that she is quite powerful and has the ability to free souls chained to this earth. So, one at a time, she sets about helping them. There is no hint system, per se. There is a guide that will tell you how to accomplish some actions, but when you must find something, you are on your own. There is a map, but as far as I could tell, it's completely useless. It doesn't tell you where there are items left to complete, and you can't go to a room or a location by clicking on the map. But in casual mode this is a pretty straight-forward game, and you will pretty much always know what you need to do next. If not, the guide will help you. When you need to find items, they are almost always in color. Sometimes the backgrounds are in color, and sometimes they are almost monochrome. The graphics are well drawn and crisp, and the music deliciously matches your game play. But the real treat comes with the mini-games. You have to think. Although they are not tricky, they do require some time to work out. You can skip them if you choose, but most of the fun (at least for me) was in working out how to complete them. The ending was predictable, and the publisher left lots of room for a sequel, so there was no neat ending. The game is also quite short. But this is an interesting and intriguing game that is well worth playing for those who enjoy puzzles.
 | Added on: October 15, 2012
 
I tried this one in the 'adventure' (most difficult) mode. But still found it way too easy. I guess I played half the game (or more) in the hour. So for not so experienced gamers maybe a nice game, the rest might try the free trial to see if they like it better then I did. Only thing I liked about this one is that everything you find, you actual can use :-)
 | Added on: October 17, 2012
 
I like HOGs where there are puzzles as part of the game. This game has a variety of good puzzles. True, some weren't too difficult, but others made me think for a bit. Also I liked the story, the graphics and music were good, and I enjoyed that different places the main character traveled to. Glad I purchased this game.
 | Added on: October 12, 2012
 
There were some instances that the instructions were lacking but overall great game play. Far too short. Finished in about an hour.
 | Added on: October 16, 2012
 
This is a point-and-click adventure game that you can play in either casual or adventure mode. Despite selecting the more difficult adventure mode, I found that pretty much everything you needed to do to complete the game was pretty clearly laid out - not much thinking required. For example, if I needed to assemble something, it was pretty clear where most of the pieces were... and if something was missing, I only needed to run the cursor over the scene - the cursor changes to a pretty big hand when there's something that can be picked up. Pretty obvious. In each section of the game (where you're helping to free six ghosts) there were only two or three locations to interact with, which made for pretty easy game play. I would have appreciated a little more depth in this aspect. There are a few simple mini-games within each level. If you can add, match things, or find differences between two pictures they won't pose much of a problem. If you're considering this game, I'd highly recommend that you try it before you buy it. You may be able to finish the game within the allotted free hour.
 | Added on: October 29, 2012
 
This game was pretty easy, but I did find some of the mini games challenging mostly because they were difficult to make out; I couldn't even see the details of the frescos, never mind figure out where the missing pieces went. It was very forgiving with skips. There are no hints. The story line is decent, although on whole the game comes across rather amateurish. You can't possibly miss things to pick up with the giant picking-up-hand. It did take me longer than an hour, and since I was on FunPass I wasn't being too critical of dollar value. An OK timekiller.
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