The Institute - A Becky Brogan Adventure

An eccentric doctor, Dr. Benjamin Gentle, and his unconventional treatment methods have Becky Brogan scouring the grounds of a spooky Institute! Find a missing nurse and discover exactly what took place at The Institute. Search different rooms and learn about each patient in this dark Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Tackle tricky puzzles and more in The Institute: A Becky Brogan Adventure!

The game was tied down with hidden object scene after hidden object scene interdispersed with the occasional spot the difference or the spasmodic inclusion of a jigsaw puzzle. The hidden objects were, in most cases, very hard to find and discern amongst the dark and dingy backgrounds and the spot the differences were just as small and difficult to find. I gues it's one redeeming feature is it doesn't have you going to the same scenes over and over. I need a nap now. The only trouble was, it ended quite abruptly, without any satisfying resolution. I've lost interest so I won't finish it. Each scene has a bear that will give you an extra hint. Mini-games are ok. Too fuzzy.. Too much being to much I quit the demo after 22 minutes and uninstalled it. The hint is also OK on charging back up - not super fast but not really slow either. They were cute, and added a little welcome lightheartedness to the game. As mentioned, the hidden objects are very well hidden. The graphics are very poor in my opinion as I had to use more hints than I usually do in hidden object games. Give it a whirl though as you just might enjoy it which I hope you do however minutes was enough for me.

At one point, I found myself almost nose to nose with the screen. In this game, many of the hidden objects are very hard to find. The story is about an abandoned hospital for mentally disturbed children. Little by little, you discover information about them and some of the children. No running around, back and forth, just objects to find. I need a nap now. Its all reading. There isn't charaters that interact with one another, or really any reason how you got to which room you're in to the next. Rated 4 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Old School Fun I like the old games and this is old school fun. The hint recharge time is ok, not super quick but not too slow. Don't get this game if you are looking for something relaxing! The hidden objects were, in most cases, very hard to find and discern amongst the dark and dingy backgrounds and the spot the differences were just as small and difficult to find.

Don't get this game if you are looking for something relaxing! The story is about an abandoned hospital for mentally disturbed children. University student Becky Brogan is investigating a decades-old unsolved case about a doctor and nurse who went missing from a mental facility. It's not a big story, but I found myself driven to find out what happened, enough to want to plough through the challenges. The whole point of the adventure is supposedly solving this long-cold case, but the actual investigation feels like an afterthought. There isn't charaters that interact with one another, or really any reason how you got to which room you're in to the next. Lots of reading, if you like that sort of thing. I just clicked in the tree branches and the blurry window panes, and I eliminated 9 of the 12 items, without even seeing what they were, other than flashes on the screen as they went to the great unidentified object burial grounds. Why do they always have to put a skull in those HOGs? Dull, repetitive, story told too slowly. They were cute, and added a little welcome lightheartedness to the game. There are flashes of fun here and there, like the jigsaw puzzles and the hidden bears, but those are drowned out by the tedium of the rest of the game. The game was tied down with hidden object scene after hidden object scene interdispersed with the occasional spot the difference or the spasmodic inclusion of a jigsaw puzzle. I didn't have either of the above mentioned objects and as a result kept leaning closer and closer in to my monitor.

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This is a true Hidden Object Game. Its all reading. The hint recharge time is ok, not super quick but Living Legends: Bound by Wishes Collectors Edition too slow. That was funny. Why do they always have to put a skull in those HOGs? This could of been a really great game if it Instifute some character interaction,better graphics, and not the same music throughout the game. I loved the storyline, very intriguing and I was drawn into it, quite disturbing, creepy IInstitute intricate. The story line looked good but it just didn't get off the ground. One other thing: the name should Instituute "Becky Brogan: The Institute. One bear is hidden in each level the rare occasions one is missing are pointed out to youand finding them will be tough even for HOG experts. It's quite a strange game, and I didn't like it instantly. This one is similar to the other one. Little by little, you discover information about them and some of the children. I've lost interest so I won't finish it. Date published:

The game was tied down with hidden object scene after hidden object scene interdispersed with the occasional spot the difference or the spasmodic inclusion of a jigsaw puzzle. The puzzles are too easy, the graphics blurry at best, the objects unidentifiable, and the potential for enjoyment not obivious. The scenes are way too dark to make out any detail, so the objects are not just hard to find but impossible. The music to the game started off pretty good as it does sound kinda spooky but grated on my last nerve pretty quick because it was the same exact music for the 30 to 45 minutes I played of this. Lots of reading, if you like that sort of thing. There isn't charaters that interact with one another, or really any reason how you got to which room you're in to the next. I've lost interest so I won't finish it. Little by little, you discover information about them and some of the children. Related Stories. One hidden object scene after another, no character interactions, you get "the story" from folders and papers but just wasn't holding my interest cause I'm not one that likes to do a lot of reading while playing a game. I wasn't even interested enough to continue the game to find out what happened to the nurse. Don't get this game if you are looking for something relaxing! So, here's how this game works: blindingly difficult to see "hidden object hunting" followed by more blindingly difficult to see "compare the two scenes" and ending with a "scary jigsaw puzzle" - that I could actually see.

This Becky also did not have the charm of the first. The puzzles are too easy, the graphics blurry at best, the objects unidentifiable, and the potential for enjoyment not Charma: The Land of Enchantment. The graphics leave a lot to be desired and while I realize it takes place in an abandoned medical facility the rooms were so dark it was very difficult to identify most of the objects you were supposed to find. Each scene has a bear that will give you an extra hint. The scenes are way too dark to make out any detail, so the objects are not just hard to find but impossible. The hidden object searches of The Institute are ordinary and dull, but finding all of the bears is a satisfying challenge. If you like constant hidden object finding one after Halloween Night Mahjong 2, after another, after another then this game is good for you. Don't get this game if you are looking for something relaxing!


3 thoughts on “The Institute - A Becky Brogan Adventure

  1. Why do they always have to put a skull in those HOGs? And there are many. This Becky also did not have the charm of the first. The only story line you get is from getting "folders" or "papers" that you retreive during certain stages.

  2. Why do they always have to put a skull in those HOGs? I just clicked in the tree branches and the blurry window panes, and I eliminated 9 of the 12 items, without even seeing what they were, other than flashes on the screen as they went to the great unidentified object burial grounds. About halfway through the demo, I found myself getting sucked in by the story, which was quite creepy. This is a true Hidden Object Game. The story sounded really awesome about a nurse that goes missing when I first started playing but it went down hill pretty quick for me but I hung in there for about 30 minutes - somewhere between there just thinking it might pick up a bit - NOT.

  3. Since these are the good features, in my opinion, you definately want to try this game before you buy it, to determine if you like it. The graphics are very poor in my opinion as I had to use more hints than I usually do in hidden object games. The hidden objects were, in most cases, very hard to find and discern amongst the dark and dingy backgrounds and the spot the differences were just as small and difficult to find. The graphics leave a lot to be desired and while I realize it takes place in an abandoned medical facility the rooms were so dark it was very difficult to identify most of the objects you were supposed to find. The doctor was less than ethical, the nurse downright cruel, and the patients had more issues than a news stand — exactly the kind of characters you need for a really juicy tale.

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