Library of the Ages

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Sort through stacks of ancient books to figure out the magical combinations before time runs out. Your challenge is to figure out numeric sequences and matching colors - it appears easy but requires quick thinking and a sense of strategy!

Game Features:

- 15 challenging levels
- Golden books and ancient treasure bonuses
- Listen to classical masterpieces while you play

Note

MegaGames has investigated claims that Zango contains spyware, IT DOES NOT. Not only does it not contain spyware of any kind but the company is certified by COAST (Coalition Against Spyware Technologies) as spyware free. The Zango search assistant will serve some ads which may confuse some people but it definitely contains no spyware of any kind.

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Library of the Ages

Zango cannot be regularly uninstalled but requires anti-spyware or -virus software, such as McAfee antivirus, which classifies it as a "potentially unwanted programme". I also received a lot of spyware after installing this programme, which slowed my computer down to the point that I couldn't keep more than one explorer window open at a time. A free demo programmme to get rid of it is spybouncer, which, by the way, also classifies it as spyware. Eventhough I have been using megagames.com for years I have to say that the site is wrong since a programme which cannot be uninstalled regularly is spy-ware.

Library of the Ages

It's spyware. I've seen the term weaselware used maby 3 times. Kinda gay sounding, spyware is more of a nasty name for things being forced on your computer, that're a pain in the ass to get rid of. I'd like to take anyone who suports it, tie a rope around their balls, hang them from a hot air baloon, and slowly lower them into on coming traffic.

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