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All they wanted was a cure, but what they got was terror! Return once again as a detective for the Agency of Anomalies. This time you're called to a health spa in the Alps, where an evil professor has something terrible in mind for his unwitting patients.

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The Agency of Anomalies: Mind Invasion is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CAN YOU SURVIVE THE MIND INVASION AND DR. SWEN? What would you do if your beloved husband was suffering from a mysterious paranormal disturbance? I am sure you would do what Renee did and send him to the Alps where a physician renowned for curing these types of disturbances has a clinic. Maybe that was a mistake because Renee soon receives a letter from Alfred telling her that their marriage is over. Since Alfred didn’t sound like himself, Renee enlists your aid to get to the bottom of the mystery. You immediately recognize the name of Professor Swens and know that he works for the Seekers Brotherhood, an organization you have done battle with in the past. Could it be that you are in over your head this time. Fortunately, not is all that it seems and you do have some help. Will you be able to survive the mind invasion and Dr. Swen’s attempts to turn you into a member of the Seekers? The graphics are good but not as crisp as I like. They seem a bit old style in comparison with those in some of the more recent games that have been released. That being said they are still nice but a bit washed out. The sound package is okay but again there is nothing outstanding. You have a diary that keeps the progress of the story as you move through the game and there is also a transporter style map that is located close to your hint button. Where “Mind Invasion” becomes an excellent game is with the variety in the HOS. Rather than all being the standard list type they are varied, and some are almost like puzzles. I found that I really liked the variation in the HOS and found them fun to get through to earn my reward. The same with the game’s puzzles, many of them were different than what we normally see. Some puzzles did present a bit of challenge but I didn’t find them so difficult that they were frustrating. “Agency of Anomalies Mind Invasion’ is a unique and very interesting game because of the puzzles and the HOS. I found the story intriguing. “Mind Invasion” is a game I want to continue playing so I am off to hit the buy button. The developers have created a game that is interesting, challenging and a lot of fun. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if you agree that this is a great game and one well-worth adding to your collection. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2018-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-paced story! This game strikes the right balance. I found it interesting, imaginative, with excellent graphics, and I had never had any reactions that fell into the “cringe” category. Lots of HOPS, most of which were also good to look at. Characters done well, and a good mix of puzzles. GRAPHICS: MY FAVORITE sort: clear, sharp, and detailed, with contrasts of light and dark, a mix of real and created images with NATURAL COLORS. You can go for widescreen. HOPS: LOTS of HOPS 30 or more? Mix of all kinds: silhouettes, return displaced items, and regular word list with some interaction involved.. All nice to look at. Fridge alert…there’s a food HOP! PUZZLES: All sorts, with varying difficulty. I found 2 or 3 pretty difficult and skipped. SOUNDS: 2 sounds. Environment and Music are linked, however, I found that the music is nice enough and not constant; it plays during the HOPS and puzzles. Annoying mouse-click sound (like a “tap!” or sharp “clap!”) HINT: Will lead you and show you what to use. MAP: Travel map! I’m glad it was, in this game and it indicates where there’s action required. INVENTORY: Is lockable. Interesting because you carry items from people’s minds into the real world. JOURNAL: Yes, and you will refer to it for codes etc. CHARACTERS: Really well done, with good voice-overs but no mouth movement.
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved this game! Play a lot of games and this one had it all! I especially like the hidden object scene where you need to find where the object belongs in the picture ( finding the shapes is fun too ).
Date published: 2014-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mind Bending & Involving BASED ON COMPLETED GAME FIRST IMPRESSIONS When it comes to paranormal expertise, there’s no one quite like The Agency Of Anomalies. This is the fourth game of the series and combines some of the best elements of the previous games. The cut scenes are well done and I liked the intro – but geez, developers, I really could have done without the close up of the woman’s pores. SIGHTS & SOUNDS Bad to good to great art, depending on where are in the game at the time. This happens in exactly the same way as that other series Echoes Of The Past, made by these developers. The location graphics are awful, really. Pixellation, blurriness, graininess. Just unforgiveable in an upmarket game. Which this is in every other way. On the other hand, the HOP scenes look great. Clear, detailed, imaginative. I loved the way the mental interior environments were visualised. The music is so appropriate to the (gumshoe again) era. And is easily tuned out if necessary. The other sound, effects and ambient, made little impression upon me. The voiceovers were all excellent. WHAT’S HAPPENING? Well, you come to investigate a health spa, looking for the husband of the woman who hired you. What you find is a bit more sinister. It is the Seekers again, your enemy from previous games, up to their usual shenanigans. They are seeking the ultimate in mind control, and they want yours! Your first challenge is to escape the horrors you find in your own mind! You must then enter the minds of other victims to save them. GAMEPLAY The game offers more HOPs than puzzles, but both are very original and entertaining. There are several types of HOPs, including interactive word lists, replace the displaced items, find the small picture part on the whole, and find the outlined items. Some of the scenes are visited again, but using a different type of search. The puzzles are very new and very clever and very hard. I had to skip more than half of them. I’m not good with puzzles, but even I can normally do better than that. Some of them are really fun, and I hope we’ll see more of them. Others were innovative and exciting new concepts about familiar games, so that they are a whole new type of challenge. COMBINED IMPACT This is an exciting and imaginative game, in the manner of the others of this series, but I found myself frustrated about those puzzles. I may even upgrade to the CE, just to get the help I need to solve them, but in the end, I am not so enthusiastic about this one as I was about the others.
Date published: 2014-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Freaky Fun Invasion!!! I'm a fan of the entire Agency of Anomalies series. They just keep getting better and better and Mind Invasion is the best yet. The HOs are interactive and interesting, and the puzzles are different and challenging. I'm not a big puzzle fan and usually skip the mediocre ones. I only had to skip a few of these. I have to disagree with the reviewer who said it was an ugly game. Not so. It is a lovely game, both in the graphics and in the mechanics. Even the supposedly "gross" stuff, like a sink full of dirty dishes, was beautifully rendered. Plus, the characters were not nightmarish at all, but more like cartoon images in a fantasy book. Mystic Hospital was an ugly, dark and atmospheric game, but fun, nonetheless. Mind Invasion is gorgeous AND fun! The only negative I can see is the abrupt ending, which in no way detracted from my overall enjoyment of the game. I didn't play the CE to the end, so I don't know if it ends differently. I wish there was a way to upgrade to the CE without purchasing the whole game, so I could experience the additional gameplay. There is only one other game that I would do that for- Eternal Journey: Mission to Mars. You owe it to yourself to give this a demo. You may find a new favorite, as I did!
Date published: 2014-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I HAVE NEVER FINISH A GAME IN ONE SITTING. THIS WAS A GREAT GAME. CHECK IT OUT.
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game !!! The 4th installment of the Agency of Anomalies does not disappoint. This time you are in the Alps in a spa (although it does NOT look like any spa I've visited ) trying to stop the mean and evil Doctor from brainwashing his patients.. You are offered 3 levels of difficulty. A jump map is available. A journal is there. You get to listen to recordings of each patient's background and anomaly. There are many (did I say many) HOS. Yes, they are very different from your standard HOS, but there are lots of them nonetheless. However, they are interesting and diverse and enjoyable. The puzzles were challenging and I enjoyed them. The length of the game appears to be quite good. This game has a great creep factor. I impatiently waited for the SE offering, as I felt the CE did not offer much extra. This is a wonderfully put together game, and you can see much thought went into this by the developers. I do not rank games 5 stars very often. This is a keeper.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get Out Of My Head! The Agency has sent me on a new case to a suspicious "health spa" in the alps. My client Renee claims her husband's mind is being controlled by my archenemy, Dr. Swen. His involvement with the Brotherhood of Seekers in their quest for world supremacy is notorious and I must stop him at all costs! My investigation isn't going as planned and I wake up in a mindfreak of imagination, my mind is being controlled and manipulated, I must find a way to break free! This is yet another great Agency game with an unusual story and twisted graphic visuals as you use your mind control devise to enter the minds of other patients. The HOS are a mixture of finding the items that match the silhouetted shapes as well as putting inventory items back into the scene in the correct place. There are a lot of tricky mini games too. The one I enjoyed the most was typing a name on and old typewriter, however, you had to choose the correct keys, some would type the letter in the exact spot, some had arrows indicating a one or two space jump forward or backwards. This is a great game with that "professional" feel, and if you don't mind the absence of extras in this version it's well worth the SE, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ANOTHER WINNER WITH A LITTLE SPICE If you've liked any of the other Agency of Anomalies, you'll like this one. A different type of creative story - people's minds are being changed and you get a gadget that lets you into their minds. The HOS and puzzles are in a good ratio. The HOS are great and I like that they've put just about every type of HOS into the game - good variety adds a little spice. They are not too busy and you can find the objects without too much eyestrain. The puzzles are mildly to intermediately challenging - and all are doable. Artistry and graphics are outstanding and I love the little mind reader (another piece of spice) which lets you into the patient's "revised" mind and see things through his eyes - it's almost similar to those games where you change illumination and find new items and uses. Good animation. Fantastic production values and a good addition to your game platforms.
Date published: 2014-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun I like games which have more than just hidden objects. I get tired of just looking for things, but this one has a variety of puzzles, and games besides the hidden objects and the story is very interesting with different scenarios. I played the CE instead of this one, but I believe you will like to play no matter each one.
Date published: 2014-01-05
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