The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents a new magical thriller series in The Andersen Accounts! A happy reunion with an old friend quickly turns dark when she’s kidnapped by an unknown assailant! With a rise in people using magical ink to gain incredible powers, nothing’s as it seems in Bay City. It’s up to you to traverse a dangerous city filled with fabled foes to save your friend and the place you call home! Do you have what it takes? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

I collected 41 Red Riding Hoods. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by schmear from Great story, great game I rarely write reviews, and I'm not even finished with this game yet. In this series:. Thanks for listening to us when we ask for something new. I love Eipix' sense of humor. We all have different tastes but you just might love it! The story is unique with tattoos that seem to give people powers—whether they want them or not—and there are lots of Little Red Riding Hood references, plus a LRRH collectible to find in every scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hopqueen from Noir Feel with Fairy Tale Elements I love when games have a noir feel, and this one is loaded with noir! Try it or buy it. A game with all the usual options available. It's based on a Wolf theme. Way to go, Eipix! The HOPs are great with a good balance between things that are easy to find and things that are difficult. Wonderful, and thank you to the creative minds behind this. I'm having fun, the storyline is intelligent, the technological aspects of this game is ingenious; the strategy and game flow are snap, crackle, and pop on!


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I picked up 24 The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One. Eipix finally came through with flying colors on this one. While the opening sequence is promising, the game turns into just another ordinary kidnapping mystery not long into the game. Creators of this game went above and beyond. Despite all the flaws, we actually thoroughly enjoyed the game and thought it was too short. Cityscapes, 2. Had 16 morphs in the hops. Way to go, Eipix! The HOPS are varied and have morphing objects within them. Regardless, there are a few cutscenes that feel a little lazy and rough, which makes the game fail to achieve the high-budget status it seems to strive for. The map is terrific, and if you don't have the patience to use it, you can use the hint button as a navigation tool. Date published: Acconts: 5 out of nOe by Ndwelt from Outstanding Even though I too am Acckunts: tired of magic tats and such 3Tones found this game overcoming that obstacle with it's graphics and intrigue. Corny as it may be, the following got Thd chuckle out of me: "When the night falls, stay away from Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age, go and find your bed, remember to play dead, don't even scratch an itch, for here comes, the snow witch. That's the cold, hard truth. I collected 41 Red Riding Hoods.

Excellent on every level for me, especially the story. Eipix Entertainment, you are on top with Anderson Accounts. Has good indicator for collectibles and morphs. The adventure part is quite predictable, the hidden object scenes are mostly standard, and while the puzzles are fairly creative, they often come with unclear and confusing instructions. Eipix finally came through with flying colors on this one. Still, it is a nice change of pace to have a game sets in the 21st century for once. I love Eipix' sense of humor. More, please!!! They should be proud. Try it for yourself. Intro continues: "Science and reason can't explain what's happening. I am so thrilled to be able to play an innovative game with new ideas, crazy good puzzles and different twist on hidden objects. Date published:

Wonderful, and thank you to the creative minds behind this. Your choice. Accountz: adventure part is quite predictable, the hidden object scenes are mostly standard, and while the puzzles are fairly creative, they often come with unclear and confusing instructions. We all have different tastes but you just might love it! That's the cold, Teh truth. Great graphics, HOPs, and mini-games interesting, but not too difficult. Puzzles are just right, Zumas Revenge HOGs are great too. I collected 41 Red Riding Hoods. I was relieved when the story reverted to the more obviously city-based story. Instant buy! I love Eipix' sense of humor. Cityscapes, 2. The voice overs are excellent. More, please!!!


Has good indicator for collectibles and morphs. The voice overs are excellent. Try it or buy it. It has lots of pigs and even reference to little red riding hood, but more wolf then any thing. I played it from start to finish, over the span of a Saturday. More, please!!! The adventure part is quite predictable, the hidden object scenes are mostly standard, and while the puzzles are fairly creative, they often come with unclear and confusing instructions. I picked up 24 souvenirs. Game play and graphics are all top notch, with morphing objects and collectibles to boot. Wonderful movement between scenes. Moonlit, rainy city, with glowing fluorescent lights, 4. Eipix Entertainment, you are on top with Anderson Accounts. Wow, what an innovative game.

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The Andersen Accounts Chapter One gameplay - GogetaSuperx

Enjoyed the whole game, no slow spots and a good length. Regardless, there are a few cutscenes that feel a little lazy and rough, which makes the game fail to achieve the high-budget status it seems to strive for. I liked the background sounds of humming and general noises of machinery and other city sounds —it was relaxing. I am so thrilled to be able to play an innovative game with new ideas, crazy good puzzles and different twist on hidden objects. Excellent on every level for me, especially the story. They should be proud. Was a good buy. That's the cold, hard truth. It has lots of pigs and even reference to little red riding hood, but more wolf then any thing. The morphing objects within the HOPs can be pretty hard! Cool, street-wise characters, minimal violence only enough so you get the gist. I love Eipix' sense of humor. I'm two-thirds through this CE version. So much potential!

14 thoughts on “The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One

  1. Eipix did a fantastic job creating an immersive environment through cinematic graphics and breathtaking music. Everything about this game was terrific in my notsohumbleopinion. Enjoyable to play. The mini-games and puzzles are really neat--some are easy and some are challenging. Was a good buy.

  2. More, please!!! Great game and new story line. The mini-games and puzzles are really neat--some are easy and some are challenging. In this series:.

  3. Moonlit, rainy city, with glowing fluorescent lights, 4. Has good indicator for collectibles and morphs. It's based on a Wolf theme.

  4. I picked up 24 souvenirs. Scenes can sometimes have multiple HOPs in them in the same go, which I quite like. I loved it from the get go. I played it from start to finish, over the span of a Saturday.

  5. The special effects are even better. Enjoyable to play. Game play and graphics are all top notch, with morphing objects and collectibles to boot. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vEnnie57 from Yeah Eipix : Eipix has acquired some new talent. I thought this game was full of adventure and that it was fun.

  6. In this series:. We all have different tastes but you just might love it! Everything about this game was terrific in my notsohumbleopinion. The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One is an undeniably ambitious game, although with this first installment, it has not reached its full potential yet.

  7. The mini-games and puzzles are really neat--some are easy and some are challenging. I love Eipix' sense of humor. The game took us around three and a half hours to complete, and the bonus chapter took us another 45 minutes. Had 16 morphs in the hops. Date published:

  8. This feel so much like a classic X Files episode! Your choice. Eipix finally came through with flying colors on this one. Enjoyed the whole game, no slow spots and a good length. Still, it is a nice change of pace to have a game sets in the 21st century for once.

  9. Looking forward to the next chapter in this creative game. It's a bit of an outlier — and not in sync with the atmosphere of the city. Great game and new story line.

  10. The adventure part is quite predictable, the hidden object scenes are mostly standard, and while the puzzles are fairly creative, they often come with unclear and confusing instructions. Try it for yourself. Was a good buy. Enjoyed the whole game, no slow spots and a good length. Enjoyable to play.

  11. The story is unique with tattoos that seem to give people powers—whether they want them or not—and there are lots of Little Red Riding Hood references, plus a LRRH collectible to find in every scene. The mini-games and puzzles are really neat--some are easy and some are challenging. I'm having fun, the storyline is intelligent, the technological aspects of this game is ingenious; the strategy and game flow are snap, crackle, and pop on! We all have different tastes but you just might love it!

  12. Same as when I really dislike a game! Puzzles are just right, and HOGs are great too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ndwelt from Outstanding Even though I too am so tired of magic tats and such I found this game overcoming that obstacle with it's graphics and intrigue.

  13. Very enjoyable to play, an intriguing story, and top-notch graphics. Lots of spacious areas. I'm two-thirds through this CE version. So much potential!

  14. Wish it was raining outside as I play this, but it is overcast, so that will have to do. Yes yes yes! I liked the background sounds of humming and general noises of machinery and other city sounds —it was relaxing. That's the cold, hard truth. The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One is an undeniably ambitious game, although with this first installment, it has not reached its full potential yet.

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