The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance
This game has been around and is boring. It does give fast hints, which for some is nice. I think it's time for something different in the HOG. Unique we can get into, without it being a collectors addition. Somebody out there there is a new idea.
October 12, 2012
This HOG was o.k
Went slow in some places. Try!
October 13, 2012
Not as good as Cinderstone Orphanage
Bit disappointed on this one. IMO the orphanage was better. Game was too slow paced for me. Not sure if it's the game or cos we've had lots of great games lately. I played for 30mins to see if it might get better- nah! It was painfully boring I can't even finish the demo. Not for me but give it a go.
November 9, 2012
Graphics were excellent and I enjoyed playing the game. Hidden objects were not asx simple to find as they are in some games.
October 12, 2012
The graphics are amazingly detailed, Puzzles are a bit challenging but that's better than easy right? One of the best hidden object games I've every played.
December 10, 2012
Lots of different twists on usual HOG games. I'm not a big mini game player and I found that I skipped most of them and it seemed there were a lot of games.
story line is usual
hint button works well
no map, but not needed
journal is helpful
graphics are nice
Waited for the SE, not disappointed that I missed the CE.
October 21, 2012
I really like these anomalie games.
October 12, 2012
Having played the first two installments in this series, I'd hoped for a better storyline. The game graphics excellent and really creepy. I especially like the looming crow-faced statues.
But the inconsistencies in the storyline distracted from the game play.
I guessed early on Gerard, the decrepit "personal secretary" was actually Patrizia, the missing theater owner; but did I miss the explanation for how she became he? Since all the other characters seemed to be from a well-stocked sideshow, was Patrizia/Gerard a half-man/half-woman act? All of the hints/clues referring to "The Seekers" suggest that Gerard contacted them and was responsible for all of the experimentation, this suggests Patrizia/Gerard already existed prior to being experimented on. So how did that work? And what about the others, did they known Patrizia was Gerard and vice versa?
I recommend this game, but only if you aren't the type who worries over the plot making sense or the characters motivation.
June 11, 2013
Love the Agency games
Great game. Very challenging. Interesting story and graphics. Definitely recommend.
April 7, 2013
Surprisingly tricky, weird and fun
Great game, but quite difficult in places. The graphics were awesome and I especially like the cursor interaction. There is a LOT of tooing and froing, so try to remember where things are. Your diary is moderately helpful, but the strategy guide is only PC (why is that so when the game is MAC?) and the blog walkthrough only gives you answers, not explanations. Example - where did that strange solution to the safe combination of numbers and playing cards come from towards the end of the game? I still can't figure that one out. It took me hours and hours, but happily so - i love a good challenge and this is certainly one.
February 24, 2013