Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower

Clarence Flatt, an expert clockmaker, has asked for your help and has offered you the chance to explore the legendary Timeless Tower! While working on the incredible Ageless Clock, something goes wrong and pieces of the device end up all over the Timeless Tower. These pieces begin to unravel the very fabric of time, and only you can set things right in Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower, a fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

I wanted to be able to point at an object and read what it was quickly. For those who did not play the first game, this can be a bit of a challenge. Now I'll go looking for the original if it's the same as this one Click down and go up the steps on the left. Drag an inventory item to the Hint Meter to see where that item belongs. Unfortunately the game also gave me little information. There is a playable scene by the fountain G. Play the Japanese Garden, AD scene above the bed. Go through the door after the puzzle has been activated to reach the boat. There are also E cards contained in the letters from Clarence at the end of each floor. Go through the door in the far right. The graphics are beautifully rendered, and the hidden object games are fun. Open the Ageless Clock! Kind of silly but makes it fun.

This game has a silly sense of humor, and you will be asked to provide a variety of creatures with items that improve their lives. This guide contains all 99 E Card locations in the game. Click on the cash register to trigger a puzzle. Play the Japanese Garden, AD scene above the bed. Go to the Bridge. Click on any two pieces to swap their locations until they mirror the image in the screenshot. There is a playable scene by the fountain G. Click the case to move it aside, revealing a hidden compartment. Play the Forbidden City, AD scene on the teddy bear. I enjoyed the new style of HOG's, which made you think with the placement of each item. For those who did not play the first game, this can be a bit of a challenge. The logic puzzles are the same, the items that need to be fixed are the same, and all the scenes are the same.

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Go outside to the portal. This LandGrabbers time consuming and frustrating. I really enjoyed playing this game. Click the ballerina on the right to trigger the Rome Marketplace, BC scene. I enjoyed the HO part, you get to travel to a variety of places, and times which was interesting. He ends up in Timelsss when the clock breaks apart, and his past starts changing. You Sparkle 2 the game II: an Emerald Gem in your inventory, given to you by Clarence Flatt. First you have to really study the scenes to learn what's in Jurassic Mahjong and then use your wits to figure out where the items fit. It's Timelesd a try Enlivhtenus you love hidden object games but there are so many better games out there. Click down twice. Play the Gypsy Tent, AD on the left. Place the puzzle piece in the upper right, next to the others. The next four floors will give you Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower E cards, and Floor Six gives you 13 E cards, for Jump, Bobo! Jump! total of 99 E cards in the game. Click on two items to swap their positions.

And it is a sloooow refill on the hints. Occasionally you will come across a mini game in the house and they are NO instructions provided. Click on the papers on the desk to trigger the Ancient Egypt, 1, BC scene. Click the Save The Grandma Puzzle on the right. Play the Rome Marketplace, BC scene by the fountain. Go forward and take a closer look at the painting on the left. First you have to really study the scenes to learn what's in them and then use your wits to figure out where the items fit. Zoom into the control panel and place the items into the machine according to the instruction manual by the elevators. The story keeps you going. Open the Ageless Clock! Introduction Approach the tower. But if you did play the original game, then don't bother to buy this one just for the additional bonus scenes--it' not worth it. The clock pieces are not assigned to any specific hidden object scene.

That's kind of cheating. Arrange the bottom items according to the order Astral Towers the scroll. Go to the elevator area. Click on the cash register to trigger a puzzle. Pick up an object and drop it on the Hint button.


Click on the front door to trigger a puzzle. That's kind of cheating. Go up the steps. Go down and then up the ladder next to the clock. Introduction Approach the tower. Open the Ageless Clock in the lower right to place your clock pieces. Play the Japanese Garden, AD scene above the bed. Go through the back door. Click down; go through the left door and up the ladder next to the clock. Open the Ageless Clock. Enlightenus II is a story of a man who builds a time traveling clock. This is time consuming and frustrating. Click on the Ageless Clock device on the bottom right of the screen. The Hint button on the bottom left of the screen will show you where an object belongs. I found myself constantly wishing I had a journal or a guidebook to turn to.

14 thoughts on “Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower

  1. Open the Ageless Clock. Match similar pairs of items i. The bookcase moves aside to reveal a hidden door. But this is the same game! Go through the open door.

  2. All they did was relabel the old game and add some bonus material. He hires you, a reporter, to time travel through various clocks in order to set things right. I enjoyed the HO part, you get to travel to a variety of places, and times which was interesting. Open the slot in the upper right to uncover a puzzle piece.

  3. Place the Tower Emblem on the locked door. Some of the matches are so obscure I had to use the hint button. Go through the left door to the kitchen.

  4. Go through the open door. This is the suggested order for placing the objects into the scene, as there are some instances where a series of actions has to be done in the right sequence. Take the Gold Pendulum from your inventory and place it on the grandfather clock. I enjoyed the new style of HOG's, which made you think with the placement of each item.

  5. I enjoyed this one as well as the first for the nice graphics, unique storyline and the unusual finding of the "hidden" objects. You cannot do must of the matches without reading through all the items. I found myself constantly wishing I had a journal or a guidebook to turn to. Play the Japanese Garden, AD scene.

  6. Click on the cash register to trigger a puzzle. Introduction Approach the tower. Go to the walkway and place the ROPE on the side of the railing to go down. I found it repetitive and even boring after a short while playing. This is time consuming and frustrating.

  7. Play the London Museum, AD scene by clicking at the bottom of the tree on the right wall. Go up the ladder next to the clock. While it's pretty easy, the rich graphics were lovely to look at and the way the game was laid out was unique. If you do happen to get stuck the hint system assists quite well.

  8. Click on the front door to trigger a puzzle. BUT this is where the biggest flaw lies. Exit this scene.

  9. More a matching of objects to create a result in the area you are playing. Go through the open door. Click the bottom shelf of the left cupboard to play the Rome Marketplace, BC. Click on the sparkling clock face to access the second Clock World scene. Some I could figure out just by messing around but I also had to skip some simply because I didn't know what to do.

  10. It's worth a try if you love hidden object games but there are so many better games out there. For example, a paintbrush would go with a squirrel labeled "Artistic Squirrel" or something like that. Click down twice. Click on the sides of each portrait; read the clue given, and place the appropriate pieces in the slots. But I finally got too discouraged to finish the game.

  11. Click down; go through the left door and up the ladder next to the clock. Click down twice and go up the steps. I enjoyed this one as well as the first for the nice graphics, unique storyline and the unusual finding of the "hidden" objects. I found it repetitive and even boring after a short while playing. Go to the walkway and place the ROPE on the side of the railing to go down.

  12. Use the red buttons to rotate the positions of the numbers into numerical order this solution is random. You'll like this one. Play the Opera House, AD scene.

  13. Go down to the cash register area and take the steps. Go outside to the portal. The cat will come and push the fish back in the water. Go through the right door. Go through the open door.

  14. Play the Venice Sunset, AD scene on the left. All they did was relabel the old game and add some bonus material. There are two E cards hidden in each Clock World scene. Click on the sparkling clock face to access the second Clock World scene.

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