Play The Role Of An Agent With Amnesia!
You are an agent working for Agency 33 driving along on the freeway when the Curator of the agency, Iris calls you, "get off the freeway and return to the agency, NOW, you're not safe"! Too late, whomever was after you runs you off the freeway and into the river, you're trapped and about to drown! Luckily you have a hammer in the glovebox and you're able to break the windshield and swim safely back to shore, Iris is helping you out but who's Iris? Even worse, who are you? Iris explains that you have been working for Agency 33 for over a year, the bad news is that you have amnesia, the good news, everyone thinks you are dead so the agency burned your file. You no longer exist, but you're school loans are wiped out. (I thought that part was hilarious)
You are given the Orpheus Cube, which allows you to instantly travel to any of the safehouses. The safehouses are actually Hidden Object Scenes. You have learned that before the accident you were on route to see the Keeper whose mission is to "keep" very important secrets. Every Keeper must sacrifice himself, he must enter Hades in a ritual which happens every 33 years and sometimes they try to escape, which is exactly what this Keeper was trying to do. This is your mission, to find the Keeper and find out what secrets he posses. If the Keeper doesn't fulfil the ritual, Titan and other creatures will enter our world and destroy everything.
There is a character board in the main office (Agency 33) and this is helpful because it shows a picture of every character you come across in the game, with a brief description of that person. There is also a room there where you will "learn" to create objects from the Inventor, that you will need to progress. Every creation needs instructions first and then the materials or elements, which you will find along the road to the safehouses, in order to create that item such as a fleur-de-lis. First you click on the Formula tab and choose which item you want to create. After you find all the elements shown by visiting different HOS, you click on create item, if you still need an element then you choose which hidden object scene to visit and then return to the Inventor room. There will be an option to Boost the amount of time it takes to create this item as shown on the timer, at first it's a free boost and eventually it will cost you gems, energy or coins.
You start out as a Recruit on level one, and as you progress levels, you will eventually increase your ranks, at the present time there are 150 levels. There are achievements to earn as well. Some items you need to create are locked and only available on higher levels so some items may take a while to achieve a mission. A mission is given in the form of an icon with the picture of the person requesting your service, you click on the mission icon and the mission tab shows you what the mission is about, the requirements needed and the amount and types of rewards that you will receive, click accept. You then click on the Orpheus Cube (which is a map) and decide which available locations to travel to in order to complete the mission. This scene is a HOS with 6 items to locate, you will earn more points for finding items back to back before the green meter bar drains. There is an available magnifying glass but I didn't find any of the items too small to identify. You may need to buy an item from the shop to give you energy such as coffee, cake or fruit but most of the time your energy is refilled each time you level up. There are bonus items to buy at the shop as well. The mission icons will show you if the mission is still in progress and if the mission has been fulfilled then you click on the reward button to get rewarded for your services with gems, energy and tokens.
This is one of the best F2P (free to play) games I have played in a while, there are a ton of things to do and it doesn't seem to get boring if you manage the time well, enjoy!
June 9, 2014
If you hang in at the beginning you will like this
This is a confusing game at first and requires you to explore and read to find out how things work. It is challenging. I like the HOP's. They change at times and I find that fun and makes you stay on your toes. I play several FTP games and I know how frustrating they can be. I know others have complained about the short play time at the beginning but as with most of these types of games the more you play the more time you earn. Once I figured out how to find and use the tools you receive for playing HOP's you will level up fairly fast. Yes creating some items takes time. If you find where the time increments you can cut down that time considerably. If I know I'm going to have to wait awhile I either play before bed or switch games. Since I'm trying to spend less money for these type of games I have figured out how to earn diamonds and cash fairly well. I know we are in an instant, I want it now kind of world now but learning patience can save you money.
July 16, 2014
Agency 33 is a great game....
This is one of the best F2P (free to play) games I have played in a while, there are a ton of things to do and it doesn't seem to get boring if you manage the time well, enjoy
June 17, 2014
Great game! Challenging and fun. Everything works no crashes, etc. Keep games like this coming!
June 17, 2014
The Name of the Game Should Be "Frustration"
The formulas that you have to buy were the worst; they're expensive. You pretty much have to buy gems so that you can afford multiple "boosts" that allow you to cut minutes or even hours off of the time it takes to forge a formula. You can't go anywhere else while the formula is being created, either. You just have to sit there and do nothing. Boring and frustrating.
Also, the game doesn't like it when you try to go around the blocks it sets up. Instead of letting you accumulate gold, gems or items, it starts pointing arrows at you and dropping hints mid-mission that you absolutely have to go to Place X or Locale Y. This can be absolutely maddening if you're trying to gather enough money to purchase a formula.
Don't waste your time with this. The premise isn't bad, but the execution needs a lot more work.
June 20, 2014
not for me tottally confused
thought I would give this game a try to be different. I am an adventure, large file and hidden object person but this was just confusing. played the demo for a bit but got stuck when I needed to buy money? not sure why or what the purpose was or how to do it. the hint kept taking me to the same place over and over. I guess we can't all like all games and this one is just not my style.
June 17, 2014
It's an Okay Game with No Ending
Not sure how anyone could give this FB style game 5 stars. Nor why they would waste so much time writing such a long-winded review.
The game is average at best and gameplay is endless, like Zombie Island on FB. Playing mindlessly with no goal or end in sight is not my cup of tea.
June 10, 2014
Played 10 Minutes
I'm sure this may be a great game for some people but I do not like it. There are so many arrows pointing you to the next thing to do, it seems childish. Perhaps I missed the choice of challenge levels. Just not for me.
June 17, 2014
Not a good game at all. I didn't enjoy any part of playing. Rewards.....what? Way to slow.
June 17, 2014
like a soap opera
This game is just like a soap opera on TV it just goes on and on never ends after awhile you get bore same thing over and over. Just like when you lose something around the house and have to search for it. If you like those kind of games then go for it The good thing about it that it's free
June 18, 2014