The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly brings you the latest thrilling installment of The Andersen Accounts series! Since saving the city from dangerous criminals with new magical abilities, you’ve become a household name. You look forward to a rare evening in with your girlfriend, but your plans are interrupted when you receive a cryptic message and are attacked on the train! What’s more, it’s clear that the assailant has magical abilities when your hand starts turning into wood! Can you uncover who’s behind the attack and stop them from plunging the city into darkness in time? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

They are very catchy. Maybe the puzzles are too easy and the HO too, but the story is truly fine and interesting and full o surprises. This game is scriped as a movie, love the graphics, love the story, love the SciFi and suspense. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pedroG4mac from Location, location, location We have some rainy days to get through, and with a story such as Andersen's, we can handle it. Loved the story line. Love it! A great game to add to my collection. There is no map, but not many locations in each chapter. I hope Eipix continues with this series and perhaps go so far as to create another new HOPA series in this same genre. I usually don't have a problem solving puzzles but one of them nearly drove me mad so for the first time in a long time I finally skipped it! Everything about the game is fantastic. If you like this game you will also like: Time Mysteries Inheritence, and Redemption Cemetary, Curse of the Raven Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by centauri from Good, challenging game!


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Loved the story line. It is Pinocchio reworked in a modern, cyber-punk setting with enough humanity in it to JamParty it from being too dark. Great effort Sprouts Adventure create a space to become the hero, and scenes have a mysterious sense, that we are evading the harm intended in the quest to heal a friend. Hint button is good. It's easy to play, direction is clear, puzzles are varied. Date published: Try the demo which I didn't because it is different that the first game. Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt much for voice over and the graphics are good not great. The hidden object scenes were not too easy and not terribly hard. Fortunately, I read some positive reviews for this, and purchased it hoping it would improve as the game went on. Thoroughly enjoyed the HO scenes and even some of the puzzles. This game is scriped as a movie, love the graphics, love the story, love the SciFi and suspense. Main game POV is male, bonus game is female, which is a nice touch.

Great graphics and very clear objects to find. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. Although from all the three, this is my least favorite, it is still a good game from Vogat.. Although the rest of the game looks great, the video scene however, is not that clear, looks blurry and not so well drawn. I was surprised at every turn. Some directions are bad. In this mode, the strategy guide is needed! Love the interactive HOS and different mini stories within the game itself, you go back to your past lives with 5 different stories in one really. I loved all 3 in the Reincarnations series and this is the best. Pros: the settings are convincing, nothing too artificial, just gritty enough to be credible. Maybe the puzzles are too easy and the HO too, but the story is truly fine and interesting and full o surprises. Rated 5 out of 5 by greenshade from Great story and game play Late to the party but simply must add my 5 stars to this terrific game. The Andersen Accounts is back for another round of thrills and the tensions in Bay City are rising as the conflicts between Marked and Unmarked people start to grow. Thank you dev, for making this great sequel! The storyline in this edition may not be the most fast-paced nor the most action-packed, but it is consistently paced and the delivery is definitely impeccable.

The Sparkle Unleashed part of the game kept moving with tasks that were fun to complete. Music not bad. Great effort to create a space to become the hero, and scenes have a mysterious sense, that we are evading the harm intended in the quest to heal a friend. I found the story really interesting, so There is some interaction in most of them Over all this is worth the CE price and I heartily recommend this one. It is Pinocchio reworked in a modern, Te setting with enough humanity in it to save it from being too dark. The games were very good, and some were down right challenging! Setting aside the usual horror and gore in so many other games, the story line is exceptionally original and Hospital Manager that a game can be excellent without including a fear factor. Seemed a little anti establishment type game to me so if your a rebel this maybe a game for you. I'd purchase the SE in a heartbeat. The collectors edition is loaded with a wtg, xply,wallpapers,concept art, music soundtrack and the game is worth buying for the screensaver alone, its one of the pop up books coming to life Date published: Overall, a solid four stars in my book, and a bit of a sleeper. I can't think of one z I don't like about The Mystery of the Crystal Portal. The graphics are clear, Queens Garden Sakura Season objects in the HOS are sometimes hard to find.


Even got to me this time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pedroG4mac from Location, location, location We have some rainy days to get through, and with a story such as Andersen's, we can handle it. The game is as challenging as the main part, still no help! It's easy to play, direction is clear, puzzles are varied. Thank you dev, for making this great sequel! Eipix did an amazing job with the intricate artwork and epic visuals, along with the breathtaking musical score. It is Pinocchio reworked in a modern, cyber-punk setting with enough humanity in it to save it from being too dark. Although from all the three, this is my least favorite, it is still a good game from Vogat.. This is the best sequel so far for me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from great sequel again! The length is rather short, only 4 chapters overall but luckily the storyline is interesting. There is a task list. Music not bad.

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The Andersen Accounts: Chapter One

Music not bad. Love it! Hint button is good. You visit different worlds through books and have to free ghosts. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by RPgames from Wood please I played the first game in this series and liked it. It has challanges that are fun to figure out and I love that it's a really long playing game. That may have been the reason for this game seemingly being longer. There is a task list. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by timothya from Great Atmosphere But Short You'll have to like dystopian urban scenes to like this one, but I found the atmosphere intriguing. No fairy tales, no artefact, no ghosts, no puppets, no magic glasses, no purple colors, no demons, no red eyes. But I am nothing if not determined and am playing it again just so I can master that puzzle challenge!!! Seemed a little anti establishment type game to me so if your a rebel this maybe a game for you.

2 thoughts on “The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life Collectors Edition

  1. It took me 3 hours for the main part. Some directions are bad. Try the demo which I didn't because it is different that the first game.

  2. The hidden object scenes are creative and highly interactive, while the puzzles are fun and clever. This is my favorite game I've purchased so far. That may have been the reason for this game seemingly being longer.

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