The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance Collector's Edition

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(541.45 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

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Take on the task of exposing a secret brotherhood called The Seekers and save the performers of the theatre who became the brotherhood's victims in The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance. As an agent of The Agency of Anomalies, help the performers restore their human form, return their paranormal powers and find out what happened to the theatre’s founder Patrizia Edelshtain.

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Achievements
  • Collectable Items
  • Replayable Mini-games
  • Sketches
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 557 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Alcohol Reference
  • Mild Language
  • Mild Violence
  • Use of Tobacco
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The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance Collector's Edition 4.5 5 67 67
Excellent addition to the series & everything I want in a CE Game is 3rd in the series & having purchased the first two, I've been waiting for this release since the beta test in June.. I LOVE the decision to release a CE & this one is full of goodies that I look for in a CE purchase. + Well balanced mixture of HOS, puzzle and adventure. Not your typical HO. Balance was perfect for me so probably a little more puzzle / mini games than HO but well spaced. Was never bored and I didn't groan at the thought of yet another HO scene getting in the way of having fun. Plot: Find out what's become of the missing theatre performers and the discover what's behind their mysterious "ailments" and return them to human form - Basic options menu: music / sound adjustments, custom cursor - 3 levels of play: casual, advanced, and hardcore. I played hardcore mode. No hints, sparkles or puzzle skips and you can't change it in mid-game #so beware#. No help whatsoever and you're on your own - Crisp graphics, very clean. Mouse clicking was accurate - Nice VO and much improved since beta test. Way more believable and talented with option to skip dialoge + 7 Chapters #not including bonus play# + Locking inventory window #love games w/ this niffty little option!# + Journal w/ replayable story scenes - No map as in previous games but back tracking wasn't bad at all and was logical and relatively contained to a few areas + Special powers are learned along the way needed to progress in the game #5 total# + HOs were a mixture of list/interactive and the opposite version #place items where they belong# Not too dark at all or impossibly invisible, and while technically junkpiles, they weren't too cluttered. I'd describe them as "scattered heaps" + Puzzles are a new spin the old which was refreshing while some I've never seen before CE Includes: + Achievements #11 total# + 31 Hidden Objects to collect #vinyl records# + Bonus puzzles to play afterwards + SG and bonus chapter Simply put... If you enjoyed the first two games, you don't wanna miss out on this one!! September 13, 2012
Freak causes car crash !!! No ghost this time... Played 25 minutes, casual - 3 modes, casual, advanced, hardcore - Integrated SG which stays on the page you leave - 7 chapters and bonus chapter - Bonuses : mini games, SG, achievements, concept art - Voice overs - You get awards (using no hint in H0, not skipping mini games, etc) - You've got to find 31 records throughout the game - Note book - No map - You get an amulet of Astra Projections - H0, 3 types, names, silhouettes, objects to put back in, you interact - Hint refills really quickly and is useful outside H0 - [b]SCREEN[/b] : I have no widescreen and I get (first time for these games) black bars - Mini games are the regular ones - Excellent graphics Long time a strange creature hadn't created a car crash ! You've got to rescue theater performers turning into freaks. This looks like an excellent game and I would be perfectly happy if it wasn't for the black bars I can't adjust, never had this problem before with The Agency of Anomalies' games. Still, it's a buy for me. :thumbup: September 13, 2012
Oh Brother, What A Ride! GAME COMPLETED TWICE Story: It?s your 3rd and most difficult case with the Agency of Anomalies, Take on the task of exposing a secret brotherhood called The Seekers and save the performers of the theatre who became the brotherhood's victims. As an agent of The Agency of Anomalies, help the performers restore their human form, return their paranormal powers and find out what happened to the theatre?s founder. Developer: ***** Release Date: Sep 2012 Extras: Cut Scene Replays, Achievements, Collectibles ! For Bonus Content See Below ! This is third of the series surpasses even the excellent Cinderstone Orphanage. Its visuals and sounds can match any game out there, so please take it as a given that you?ll not be disappointed with any of the game?s artistry. I?m on a strict word limit here :-# ;) . For the record, this is very like the other two, except we have silhouettes and lists for HOs, but still visited each 3 times. The puzzles are harder, and everything feels more original and alive. I?m rather ?over? carnivals, and therefore was very pleasantly surprised with the originality of characters, their predicaments and their visuals; all were excellent and new. That?s one reason I am so impressed with the game, the other was the new styled mini-games associated with each special ability you acquire. Both are exciting and different, visually appealing. It?s definitely a ?must have?. Bonus Content Review The Strategy Guide, which I used only a couple of times, seems clear, stays where you left it, and gives you the location of the ?secret objects? aka collectibles at the end. There are 6 bonus mini games and 11 achievements. This was a beautiful game to look at, and for once I actually enjoyed the concept art. . The Bonus Adventure was not at all essential to the main game, and took me roughly one quarter of the time of the main game, but I skipped the puzzles in it, because I was too tired for them. There were more puzzles than in the main game relatively speaking, and you must uncover the solutions in layer after layer, which although it was done well, I got a bit tired of. Would I buy the CE again? No, I think I?d have been just as happy with the SE. February 24, 2013
Blooming Marvellous!!! Waited months for this and finally it is here! The 3rd instalment of Anomalies and the best so far! played for 30 mins and bought straight away. The graphics are superb and right from the opening cutscene i am hooked. This is a HOPA and the HOS are clutter free with great art work. Love the challenge of achievements and collecting all 31 of the records hidden about in the scenes. The storyline is interesting and you don't feel like you're stuck with wondering what to do next, the hint system is great if needed. Think my afternoon is taken today and busy busy with this wonderful new game. Thank you Big Fish. September 13, 2012
great fun game play it Another in the series and a good game. I got the SE based on reviews. The graphics are good and has voice over which I like. The HOS are not all that hard but you do need to look hard for some. My only complaint is that you have to keep going back and forth with finding and using clues. The finding clues are not hard and seem to be in logical sequence. This is a fun and enjoyable game to play and buy. May 18, 2013
Anomalies Work Well I have to admit I was a bit doubtful that the third installment in the Agency of Anomalies series could provide a great game yet again, but I have been proven wrong. Once more using the fun addition of powers, the game has you solving puzzles and hidden object scenes to figure out why a group of performers are suddenly becoming creatures that aren't quite human. There are backwards hidden object scenes where you must place an item back in the scene as opposed to searching for it, and the puzzles range from the standard fare to enjoyable twists. I highly enjoyed this game and I'm stoked that the series has stayed true to it's high standards and delivered. September 13, 2012
SUPER SEQUEL! I loved everything about this game. I felt like the storyline was better than the other anomaly games. As usual, the graphics and cutscenes were great and music along with voiceovers were done well. Not overdone with the HOS but just enough to be interesting. I played advanced as I usually do and it wasn't too difficult although the "light" mini game took some time and it took a little while for me to figure out the "picture outline" mini game. I had not seen one quite like this one before. You collect records along the way which I always enjoy those little extras like that. It's a definite "thumbs up" for me! September 13, 2012
Very Good Love the different HO scene. One of the Puzzles had me hard at work when I ran out of time. Graphics, voice overs were great. Story line good. Flowed pretty nicely. Will enjoy the rest once I buy this along with their other games. I already own one of. Music okay, but I am still waiting for a game that has a great music selection without repeating. Like a movie it should have different mood music for each part of the story exceptions for when a certain mood needs to be repeated. But one can always turn off music and theirs was fairly good anyway. I would put this near the bottom of my favorite top ten. I probably will always buy The Agency of Anomalies games because they make a very good game. My favorites start out with Ravenhurst, down through Rainclieff, through Puppet show and so forth and so on. September 13, 2012
Front Row Theater Seats! A BFG Fan of the Agency of Anomaly series, you are up front and center in a new paranormal investigative case. I'm sure you'll appreciate, as I did, the crisp, clear graphics and vibrant colors; all of which go "easy-on-the-eyes" in this newest masterpiece. The opening scene and storyline holds promise for more mystic fun that just keeps getting better and better. With a birthday around the corner, this is a perfect game to add to my collection. Thanks BFG! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- September 13, 2012
Very good game to play I really like this game and I loved the puzzles, there is so much to do in the trial time that all 60 minutes went by too fast, I like games with hidden object and puzzles to solve, it makes playing a game more interesting than only hidden object scenes I will be buying this game because I feel there is a lot of game play to it being a CE. September 13, 2012
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