Home Story: 1971

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Home Story: 1971 is a story about Jamie and his family. Today is her birthday, but she misses someone important in her family. The clues lie are everywhere around her. What you need to do in this game is to find all the photo pieces and put them all together. Solve the mystery and delve into this touching story!


This game is developed by Just Two, who we know from Dead End Street. You can support them on Patreon.


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Home Story: 1971 is a thrilling hidden object games game. You can play it here directly in your browser. It has received 17,380 plays and has been rated 9.1 out of 10 with 182 votes. The game is built with Flash technology to run without trouble in most browsers. If you like this game, take a look at our other hidden object games or Monkey GO Happy: Stage 163 and Hoshisaga Monochromatic.



How to play Home Story: 1971

Use the left mouse button to interact with an object.

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