The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One
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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents a new magical thriller series in The Andersen Accounts!

A happy reunion with an old friend quickly turns dark when she’s kidnapped by an unknown assailant! With a rise in people using magical ink to gain incredible powers, nothing’s as it seems in Bay City. It’s up to you to traverse a dangerous city filled with fabled foes to save your friend and the place you call home! Do you have what it takes? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 628 MB

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The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Just Anyone Can be Kidnapped Out of a Bar Restroom! Chris Andersen meets an old friend, Rachel, in a bar near her new apartment. Things rapidly get flushed when Rachel is kidnapped out of the restroom of the bar. Chris finds himself in trouble as he goes to her aid and the Bad Guys think he knows too much. It's all downhill from there, in more ways than one. Yes, there are all the expected game elements. Yes, there is some confusion over the story. Is there magic or poison in that tatoo ink? (Do we care?) Yes, the instructions for some of the games were badly written. Yes, not all the games worked. Yes, the scenes are dark, dirty, drab, and depressing. All would have been forgiven if I could have figured out what was going on. Rachel had a new tattoo, there was a news story on the bar TV about poisonous tattoo ink being used by some artists, and Chris is fond enough of Rachel to want to save her from whatever is happening. But there is the problem. We don't know what is happening and, as none of the characters were particularly interesting/attractive/endearing, I don't see any reason to put up with all the game's flaws. I will once again strongly recommend that you try the Demo. Give the game your total attention for the short time it takes to get through the trial. You may find more than I did.
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT As evidenced by the title of the game The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One is most likely the first game in a new series. I say most likely because many gamers, me included, will absolutely hate the game and the developer might decide that it doesn’t want to move forward with the series if Chapter One doesn’t generate enough interest. Even though I purchased the game based on some of the early reviews, I regret it now and will never purchase a sequel to what I consider one of the worst games to come from this developer. There are so many things I dislike about the game and foremost is the artistic style. The user interface area takes up almost one-fourth of the screen and I find it distracting and annoying. I also found that moving between scenes was difficult since I never knew exactly where to click to make the navigational controls work properly. The story was poorly told and, although I knew it was loosely based on a fairy tale, I wasn’t exactly certain which one, even though the collectible Red Capes were a big hint. Yes, even with those Red Capes in each scene I still couldn’t figure out the tie-in to the Red Riding Hood story and tattoos made with exotic ink. The game apparently has sixteen HOPS that, IMHO, are fifteen too many. I found nothing different or even creative in the scenes except that the developer made some of the items almost invisible and thus extremely difficult to find. I think that developers should remember that the majority of HOPA gamers are older and many may have eyes that might not be as sharp as those of the younger crowd. When a developer strives to make HOPA scenes more difficult by blending the items to be found into the background, or by making them very small it quickly becomes no longer fun to search for them. I imagine that if this trend were to continue a lot of the HOPA fan base could disappear. I personally found the HOPS to be a disaster and so tedious that I wish there had been an alternate game to play because for the first time in all my years of playing HOPA games, I eagerly would have selected that option rather than face hunting for objects in the HOPS in this game. I made my way through eight of the scenes before I decided I had enough and quit the game. The puzzles in the game were another story but equally as bad. Not only are the instructions for the puzzles confusing and incomplete but I found at least three of them did not function at all no matter where I clicked on the game. In the end, The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One was a huge disappointment. I had high hopes for this new series but it fell flat and didn’t hold up to the promise that I looked forward to with the game. It is time for this developer to go back to its roots or maybe take a hard look at what it got wrong in this game and see where it can improve in the future.
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No play - just video Far too much "movie action" for my liking. Clicking "Continue" doesn't do anything other than keep playing the scene, and there aren't Skip options on most pages.
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Eipix Accounts Funnel At one time, being a much sought after game developer has sadly fallen into one boring game after another. As happens with many Eipix games, the intro builds an exciting swirl of interest and intrigue then empties into a funnel of disappointment. After being away for nearly a year, I returned and gave Eipix yet another shot with The Andersen Accounts Chapter One. Nothing noteworthy as the objects, puzzles are incredibly easy with fuzzy artwork and a *yawn* zero plot. No intrigue. No mystery. No logic. They could have made a great game and settled again for much less. This is one member who no longer who will purchase their games nor read or rely on glowing BFG reviews. Enjoy! -Mama Mia-
Date published: 2018-08-16
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