Agent A: A puzzle in disguise
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About this game
Developer: Yak & co
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Agent A, your new mission has just arrived from headquarters. As usual destroy this transmission once received. This mission is of the utmost importance so get to it effective immediately. MISSION: Ruby La Rouge. Known enemy spy and perilous predator has been targeting our secret agents. Your mission is to find and capture this vindictive vixen. She’s been on our radar for some time now, however intel revealing her motivations is unclear. We need you to follow Ruby, then locate and infiltrate her secret lair. Once inside it is imperative that you uncover her plans. Oh and agent... do be careful. Miss La Rouge has a taste for dismissing agents such as yourself.
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I’m still fairly early on in Agent A, but so far I’m enjoying the game a lot. The graphical style is gorgeous and will definitely appeal to fans of the ’60s. The music and sound effects are a fantastic touch, controls are simple and straightforward, the puzzles are rather challenging, and the storyline is captivating. If you are a fan of adventure puzzles with a thrilling spy aspect to it, then this is a game for you.
Agent A is such a different thing from most other adventure games that I've played, and that's mostly a good thing. It doesn't have the most challenging puzzles out there. In fact, I found myself occasionally bypassing steps of puzzles because I figured things out before I was supposed to. That said, it's still inventive and does a great job of making you feel like a really smart super spy as you play it.
Agent A features solid hand-drawn cartoony graphics which run rather smoothly on both your iOS and Android devices. The game brings quite a seriously difficult yet fun and satisfying challenge for experienced adventure and puzzle gamers. This is also great for children and adults. There’s no getting around the fact that Agent A is a heavy game. For newer adventure and puzzle gamers, there aren’t a lot of clues to help them out.