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Mortimer Beckett and the Lost King Platinum Edition

Release date: 4 March 2010

Mortimer's homebound journey continues in Mortimer Beckett and the Lost King Deluxe, the thrilling new chapter from the much beloved and award-winning hidden object series! Meet the odd inhabitants of a bizarre world and help them find their Lost King. Please note: due to its large file size, this game may take longer than normal to download and install.

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Please note: due to its large file size, this game may take longer than normal to download and install.

Mortimer Beckett and the Lost King Platinum Edition features

  • Mortimer's award-winning adventure continues in the highly anticipated sequel
  • visit a bizarre world to search for the crown jewels and the Lost King
  • meet odd inhabitants while traveling through strange and wonderful lands
  • solve entertaining and clever puzzles using all of your smarts

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| Age: 81 | Added on 13-03-2015
 
Only played it a couple hours at night to relax. Am retired but busy during the day. It was very relaxing and the end was a surprise. Joe protsko age 80
 
| Age: 63 | Added on 20-08-2014
 
I have played ALL of the Mortimer Beckett's games unless there are some I haven't seen yet. As for the tree you have to move the arms not facing the screen. As if you were the tree with your back to the game.
 
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