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Jane Austen's Rogues and Romances

On July 12, 2012

Jane Austen’s Rogues and Romances has taken Facebook by storm. Jane Austen fans worldwide have been logging on to Facebook to rescue beloved heroines Elizabeth and Mr Darcy.

Based loosely on Jane Austen’s novels, the game is collaboration between BBC, 6Waves and developer Legacy Games.

Can you help Elizabeth and Mr Darcy find their way back to the pages of Pride and Prejudice?

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