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Besides a very solid gameplay and intriguing plot the game also has great graphics and good music score, all a great game should have!

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Besides a very solid gameplay and intriguing plot the game also has great graphics and good music score, all a great game should have!

Gameplay

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The puzzles are mostly logical, although a bit far fetched. Still, you don’t have to blindly click on anything you see. There's lots of humour. How else do you call telling a girl "“Even Obelix has friends” when she's worried about getting fat.

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Ever heard of RGB? No?! Well, it’s not surprising. Even their name is so secret that the big boss of the organization doesn’t know what the initials stand for.

And what do they do you ask? Simple, they solve the craziest mysteries that take place on the face of our planet (stuff even X-file agents wouldn’t touch).

And this time the bank vaults are getting empty and fast! The RGB agency has been on the case for half a year now and they’re getting desperate. That’s why they decided to hire a fortune-teller. No, don’t worry. They’re not crazy enough to believe a fortune-teller could solve the case for them (that would be too easy). They hired the fortune-teller to randomly pick somebody from the phone book – and that poor sob will then have to solve their mystery (it all makes sense now, doesn’t it).

You’ve guessed it, you’re the poor sob who’ll have to spoil the evil scheme of Mr. Not, for you are the TEEN AGENT. Will it give you the sense of self-accomplishment? You don’t care. Will it raise your patriotic awareness? Like a rock will raise a punctured balloon to new heights. Will you do it for the gratitude of the agency? Just who the hell do they think you are?!?! You’ll do it for the only reason a teenage boy will ever do anything for – GIRLS!!!

And so you embark on your grand adventure.

Naturally you need to pass the crash course in secret agent training and it consists of three trials. After that the real mission begins.

The game is very well made and you’ll never throughout the entire game have the feeling it wasn’t meant to be a great commercial success. It’s completely clickable and you bring the inventory down by moving the pointer to the top left level. You don’t have any commands. It’s quite simple. Left-click or right-click. Left-clicking is used for look at stuff or showing stuff to people, while right-clicking is used for manipulating object (also combining them).

The puzzles are mostly logical, although a little far fetched. Still they wouldn’t go beyond the standard action comedy level of realism (so you don’t have to blindly click on anything you see and try to combine it with everything else). The game features a lot of humour and it does show it’s a European made game. I mean, who else than a European comic lover would ever tell a girl “Even Obelix has friends” when she’s worried about getting too fat?

Besides a very solid gameplay and intriguing plot the game also has great graphics and good music score, all a great game should have! The only thing I found with this game is, that it was too short. I mean the commercially released grand adventures take me at least an hour even if I know all the puzzles and shortcuts through it, but when I played this game for the first time I finished it in three hours and after playing it again I finished under half an hour. So I do wish it would be longer, but that’s about the only flaw I see. OK, if you want to be really nitpicking, I spotted two grammatical errors in the text, but since none of the developers is a native English speaker I’m sure that’s not such a big deal (it doesn’t spoil anything).

I really have to say I was fascinated and amused by this game, but I haven’t been certain if it’s the HARE material. The game features a lot of animal abuse. I guess just about every animal (except a HARE) is abused in the game (Okay, not all of them), so I guess the maker of the game had to be a HARE lover. Big thumbs up and the highest possible score of all five carrots!

Review by: Sebatianos