Where Is Hiro?
|Where Is Hiro?|
|First mentioned:||February 9, 2010|
Where is Hiro? is an online search-and-find game on NBC.com.
Following the Season Four finale, NBC released a new game on its website where users must find Hiro in a series of photographs. Points are awarded to users for the speed with which they locate Hiro, as the photographs are only shown for a limited amount of time. The eleven photographs are from significant moments in history, and Hiro's presence at the events is assumed to be a result of his ability to time travel.
1910: Leaning Tower of Pisa
Hiro is located in the center of the photograph, under one of the arches on the tower.
Unknown: The Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Cheops
Hiro is located on the far left of the photograph, standing with another person.
1930: NY March against prohibition
Hiro is located on the far right side of the photograph.
1920: Protest against Prohibition
Hiro is located on the very bottom of the photograph, about one-third of the way across from the left.
1927: Celebration for Amelia Earhart
Hiro is located in the top left corner of the photograph, and is one of the few people in the crowd not wearing a hat.
1905: Immigrants at Ellis Island
Hiro is located in the top left of the photograph, just to the right of the building.
1897: The Paris Carnival
Hiro is located in the lower right corner of the photograph, right next to the tree that is the closest in the foreground.
1888: Construction of the Eiffel Tower
Hiro is located in the top right of the photograph, on a platform below one of the four large arches of the tower.
1861: Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln
Hiro is located in the center of the photograph, on the top row of people, just to the left of one of the columns.
1931: Capture of Al Capone
Hiro is the furthest person on the left side of the photograph.
1989: The Fall of the Berlin Wall
Hiro is located in the top right quadrant of the photograph, between a person in a white coat and a person in a dark brown jacket with tan stripes.