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Anna's mission is to save Germany from a disaster. She has to keep the secret, solve the puzzle, and watch out for men on motorcycles. She's got 130 minutes. But where's her first clue?
Anna starts to answer Ogur's questions but is interrupted by the sound of motorbikes and gunshots. She escapes to a museum where she discovers an address on her music box. Can it shed any light on her mission?
Anna heads off towards Kantstraße but is held up because she has to ask for directions. She loses more time when the men on motorcycles arrive and shoot at her.
Anna arrives at her destination on Kantstraße but it's closed. She's told that the owner is in a café. They seem to know each other. Anna has 100 minutes left. Will she have enough time?
Anna takes the music box to the clockmaker for repairs. But it's more than just a job for Paul Winkler. He tells Anna he knows her from way back. But how can this be? She's only just arrived.
Anna bumps into another person who seems to know her. This time it's a woman who says they were friends in 1961. Anna is further baffled with the news that a woman in red is on her trail.
Anna eludes the motorcycle gang by slipping into a Variety Theatre. There she meets Heidrun again and Inspector Ogur tells her that RATAVA is after her. That makes two enemies. But why do they want her?
Ogur, wounded in a gunfight with the woman in red, tells Anna about the sinister RATAVA outfit and their intention to change history. Before passing out, Inspector Ogur gives Anna a date. November 9. But what year?
Anna escapes from the Variety Theatre but the woman in red catches up with her at Paul Winkler's shop. She gets away again thanks to Heidrun Drei. Anna has one piece of the puzzle. How can she get the other?
The player combines August 13, 1961, the day the Berlin Wall was built, and November 9, 1989 when it fell. The success of the mission depends on something to do with those dates. But what should Anna do?
Anna tells Paul about the mysterious motto, "In der Teilung liegt die Lösung; folge der Musik!" Paul realises the danger. He tells Anna to go and see Pastor Paul Kavalier. But is he on the right track?
Anna has 65 minutes left. She figures that the music box is the missing piece of the church organ. The woman in red appears again and demands a key. What key?
The church proves to be the place for guidance. The pastor explains the tune to Anna and tells her it is a key to a time machine. But what kind of contraption is he talking about?
Anna discovers the time machine and is told that a gang of time terrorists are out to erase an historic event. But which one? The player sends her back to 1961. She has only 60 minutes left. Can she trust the pastor?
In a divided Berlin, Anna has to get from the East to the West. That's not the only problem. She has only 55 minutes left to find out RATAVA's target. Is it the construction or destruction of the wall?
Upon her return to 1961, the armed motorbikers are still pursuing Anna. She gets help from a strange woman in this dangerous situation. Why is she doing this? Can Anna trust her?
With only 50 minutes left, the player says it's time to trust the cashier. Paul is dubious about helping Anna. A radio report says East German soldiers are erecting barbed wire fences. Is this RATAVA's historic event?
Anna discovers that the woman in red is the head ... die Chefin ... of RATAVA. There are only 45 minutes left to save Germany and all Anna has as a clue is a hidden case. Can she retrieve it and complete her mission?
With 40 minutes left, Paul and Anna escape from the woman in red and end up in West Berlin. But it's the wrong side. Paul adds on another complication by declaring his love for Anna. Is this an aid or a hindrance?
Anna is still no closer to the solution of the riddle. Which historic event does RATAVA want to prevent? The player tells her to come back to 2006 and then go back to 1989. How dangerous are these leaps in time?
Anna goes back to 2006 to find that pastor Kavalier has been kidnapped by the woman in red. As there is no way of discovering the pastor's whereabouts, she sets off for November 9, 1989, the night the Berlin Wall fell.
Anna is taken to 1989 and arrives in a city going wild over the fall of the wall. She needs to move through the crowds to get hold of the hidden metal case. Will she make it?
Anna hitches a ride on the back of a scooter to get to Bernauer Straße. Her helper is Emre Ogur who wishes her luck in Berlin. But will she need more than that to escape the woman in red and find the hidden metal case?
Anna retrieves the metal case hidden back in 1961 but can't open it because it's rusty. When she does manage to open it, she finds an old key. Is this the key to the mystery?
Time is running out and Anna bids farewell to Paul before she goes to November 9, 2006. Once she's there she'll only have five minutes. Will it be enough?
Once she reaches 2006, Anna tells Paul they have to jam the machine. But they need a code. Anna follows the music and then the woman in red arrives. Will "die Chefin" stop Anna, who is so close to reaching her goal?
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