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Jane Austen's Rogues & Romance

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Hidden object game puts wacky spin on classic novels.

Game Facebook 2012
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Rogues and Romance's mystery story is rife with social intrigue and flowery Victorian dialog, capturing the tone of a Jane Austen novel and providing players with motivation to keep playing in the hope of finding out what happens next. The hidden object scenes, however, require some suspension of disbelief as players search for objects like saxophones, maracas, and dentures in scenes that are supposed to reflect Victorian England. Despite being a little rough around the edges, Rogues and Romance is a decent free hidden object game that might spark an interest in Jane Austen's books.

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