by Alawar / Epic Star - December, 2013
Alawar as Platinum Edition / Standard Edition
Big Fish as Standard Edition only
GameHouse as Platinum Edition / Standard Edition
iWin as Platinum Edition / Standard Edition
Alex Hunter thought the case of the missing professor would be an easy paycheck. But his investigation has proven to be anything but simple. Alex Hunter: Lord of the Mind will thrill casual game fans looking for their next great adventure!
Private investigator Alex Hunter thought the case of the missing professor would be an easy paycheck. But his investigation has proven to be anything but simple. What began as a routine open-and-shut affair quickly turned into a race to save a city from a madman who has invented a machine with which he can control the mind of every citizen. Set in a beautifully rendered and atmospheric game world, Alex Hunter challenges the player to guide the title character through a point-and-click mystery of surprising depth. As you locate hidden objects, solve puzzles, and open new locations, you'll untie the ingeniously knotted thread designed to keep you from accomplishing your goal: stopping the insanity before it spreads to every person within the lunatic's reach!
The Platinum Edition of Alex Hunter: Lord of the Mind includes a multitude of bonus materials. As you play, you'll unlock stunning desktop wallpapers, concept art, music, videos, and a gripping bonus case that takes Hunter into the hideout of an evil crime syndicate. With hours of captivating game time, a richly detailed world, and a storyline inspired by classic detective novels, Alex Hunter: Lord of the Mind will thrill casual game fans looking for their next great adventure!
- Rich, atmospheric world
- Sherlock Holmes-style story
- Cleverly designed puzzles
- Challenging hidden object scenes
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REVIEW IN PROGRESS
Alex Hunter: Lord of the Mind CE (IHOG)
Options include separate sliders for music and sound, plus full-screen, custom cursor, and keep aspect ratio. There are two modes to choose from: Casual and Expert. Expert requires you to "find all 35 secret symbols" to unlock the Bonus Chapter I actually went with Casual mode since the description says nothing about sparkles (which I hate >_< ) and I didn't want to risk not being able to see the bonus! The tutorial is optional in this mode, and there is NO rapid misclick penalty... at least in this mode! And the nice part? NO SPARKLES!
There are no mini-game instructions unless you want them.
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