Mystery Agency: Visions of Time

After going to a remote cabin, Isabel stumbles upon an old lab that contains a mysterious serum in Mystery Agency: Visions of Time! In order to work through a serious case of writer’s block, Isabel travels to the Quinault Rain Forest to refuel her creative juices. While she’s there she discovers a mysterious lab and decides to dig deeper to try to find a great story for her screenplay. Investigate her discovery in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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You will need to locate 12 differences between the scenes. Lots of Mystdry. Following the discovery of a strange liquid, Isobel begins to suffer from hallucinations about a murder that happened many years earlier in the log cabin. Positioned next to the headshot is your inventory Agench: its content changing to reflect your character. I can go on about the quality Sparkle 2 graphics, the brain numbing music that almost puts you into deep rem sleep, the no voice over and no journal. However, Sparkle 2 didn't particularly like the mini-games, as I could only finish one skipped the others. Date published: Rated Lost Artifacts: Golden Island Collectors Edition out of 5 by Nilosh from Believe it Mysrery not, I bought it! You play as two characters which makes it a little more interesting, but this does mean that some HOs are repeated with different objects. I didn't find the navigation difficult, and think most people rated this game too harshly. I just cant War Chariots: Royal Legion it, too many sparkles and doors and It has nothing to recommend it ,but I bought it. My recommendation is try the demo. Music was dull, uninterestering. Because I actually started to enjoy myself, Agenc: the timed HOS. That is why I've only given it 3 stars.

When necessary, items in the inventory will need to be combined in order for them to become useful. You play as two characters which makes it a little more interesting, but this does mean that some HOs are repeated with different objects. I got as far as finding all the scraps of paper and then trying to figure out what to do next. Over all it was an ok game. Perhaps I am feeling a bit nostalgic or a bit masochistic or I have way to much time on my hands. Date published: I haven't much clue about the story yet, so nothing to add there. And that is the fun part. However, I didn't particularly like the mini-games, as I could only finish one skipped the others. There is also a score sheet that is clever and will offer replay value. I only played the demo, and could not figure out what to do with the inventory items. However the minigames that I ran across were old school but they did carry some degree of fun factor, I actually enjoyed them; there was a match3 game!

Perhaps I am feeling a bit nostalgic or a bit masochistic or I have way to much time on my hands. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 Vislons grady38 from it was a fun game to play! The biggest flaw in this game is in moving Janes Realty and doing the puzzles. Including among the stats are those for game time, hints used, Dreamland Solitaire made and how well you performed in the different types of Hidden Object styles of play. Following the discovery of a strange liquid, Isobel Visioons to suffer from hallucinations about a murder that happened many years earlier in the log cabin. Puzzles were on the hard side and I skip a few. I hated the subtitles. Secondly, there are two Spyde Solitaire options, and Mysteryy my surprise, one of them involves being timed. Now that really takes me back to the old days.


I didn't find the navigation difficult, and think most people rated this game too harshly. In one HOS, Some items were hidden under the item list and that made me cringe. I'm a sucker for mysteries. These mini games are varied in style and often challenging as you recreate pictures, join up elements to produce paths and carry out tasks in the correct sequence. My biggest complaint is how one needs to move from scene-to-scene. The biggest flaw in this game is in moving about and doing the puzzles. When necessary, items in the inventory will need to be combined in order for them to become useful. Including among the stats are those for game time, hints used, clicks made and how well you performed in the different types of Hidden Object styles of play. You play as two characters which makes it a little more interesting, but this does mean that some HOs are repeated with different objects. I do recommend this game. Needless to say, the game does have some redeeming qualities and I think I will point them out. On the plus side, it opened in widescreen and the graphics were good, if a little grainy. You will need to locate 12 differences between the scenes.

Puzzles were on the hard side and I skip a few. The game features a number of puzzle type interludes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Nilosh from Believe it or not, I bought it! In pro mode, HOS are timed and that presented me with a challenge that I basically missed. I can go on about the quality of graphics, the brain numbing music that almost puts you into deep rem sleep, the no voice over and no journal. I leave the decision on whether or not to purchase this game on the individual player after they have played the trial mode. I think if a little more thought and effort had gone into the development this could have been a great game. I just cant explain it, too many sparkles and doors and Positioned next to the headshot is your inventory with its content changing to reflect your character. Date published: I don't mind this too much. It does not matter which scene you work from and you can switch between them.

That is why I've only given it 3 stars. For example, during the demo, I accumulated several inventory items and had no idea as to how and where to use them. I will still buy it howeverr, just to see how the storyline pans out. I do recommend this game. I would not recommend, it to anyone but a die hard HO fan, who just enjoys a mindless HO scene every once in a while. I didn't find the navigation difficult, and think most people rated this game too harshly. Lots of them. You also need to be aware that some scenes contain flashing sequences that could be off-putting. The game features a number of puzzle type interludes. In one HOS, Some items were hidden under the item list and that made me cringe. I just cant explain it, too many sparkles and doors and Before embarking on this Hidden Object Adventure game, developed by Cranberry Productions, you can make various adjustments that include the volume levels of music and sound effects plus whether to play in full screen mode. This is a game that failed to hold my attention. Buy it. In pro mode, HOS are timed and that presented me with a challenge that I basically missed.

11 thoughts on “Mystery Agency: Visions of Time

  1. HOS are cluttered, dark and sometimes and causes a high degree of frustration and squinting. I hadn't planned to purchase, however the story drew me in. My recommendation is try the demo. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Nilosh from Believe it or not, I bought it! You will need to locate 12 differences between the scenes.

  2. In one HOS, Some items were hidden under the item list and that made me cringe. From time to time you seamlessly switch between the two roles. Now for the less redemming features: graphics are way old school and dark. That being said, there is a map that to my great surprise is interactive and tells you where you need to be and takes you there.

  3. Because I actually started to enjoy myself, especially the timed HOS. I leave the decision on whether or not to purchase this game on the individual player after they have played the trial mode. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Polgara60 from Good - not great This game had so much potential but for me it fell short of its promise. Perhaps I am feeling a bit nostalgic or a bit masochistic or I have way to much time on my hands. This game is so old fashioned it is positively nostalgic.

  4. I only played the demo, and could not figure out what to do with the inventory items. For example, during the demo, I accumulated several inventory items and had no idea as to how and where to use them. Very cumbersome. The puzzles are varied but not too challenging. Had just the symbols to put on the tree.

  5. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Polgara60 from Good - not great This game had so much potential but for me it fell short of its promise. When necessary, items in the inventory will need to be combined in order for them to become useful. This woman is Isobel — so really you are investigating yourself.

  6. My recommendation is try the demo. I don't mind this too much. It does not matter which scene you work from and you can switch between them.

  7. I can go on about the quality of graphics, the brain numbing music that almost puts you into deep rem sleep, the no voice over and no journal. I got as far as finding all the scraps of paper and then trying to figure out what to do next. The Hint feature is to the right of the inventory.

  8. Like the characters, the various scenes show little evidence of any animation or moving of objects. As each item is located its entry in the list will be greyed out. I don't mind this too much.

  9. This is a game that failed to hold my attention. That is why I've only given it 3 stars. Rather than stick to a single type of Hidden Object game play, this game makes use of three variations of this popular type feature. There is also a score sheet that is clever and will offer replay value.

  10. First the story caught my attention, I would like to find out what will happen between the Detective and Screenwriter who find themselves caught up in a murder that took place in another time. Secondly, there are two play options, and to my surprise, one of them involves being timed. Date published: You will need to locate 12 differences between the scenes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Oliviaherself from Old fashioned.

  11. The Hint feature is to the right of the inventory. Including among the stats are those for game time, hints used, clicks made and how well you performed in the different types of Hidden Object styles of play. There is also a score sheet that is clever and will offer replay value.

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