The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance

Take on the task of exposing a secret brotherhood called The Seekers and save the performers of the theatre who became the brotherhood's victims in The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance. As an agent of The Agency of Anomalies, help the performers restore their human form, return their paranormal powers and find out what happened to the theatres founder Patrizia Edelshtain.

Once more using the fun addition of powers, the game has you solving puzzles and hidden object scenes to figure out why a group of performers are suddenly becoming creatures that aren't quite human. Go back twice. The game length is very impressive; as an expert player I easily put roughly hours into this game NOT counting the bonus chapter which took me an additional 1. I felt like the storyline was better than the other anomaly games. Go back once, move forward, turn left, go upstairs, and turn left again. Go downstairs. Go forward and play the HOS. Zoom into the aquarium and use the NET on it Z. The HOS are not all that hard but you do need to look hard for some. Go back three times and then move forward three times. No help whatsoever and you're on your own - Crisp graphics, very clean. Zoom into the door and take the note O. The finding clues are not hard and seem to be in logical sequence. Play the mini-game. Find all the silhouette items shown in the screenshot


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Go back twice. Use the hammer to break the piggy bank H and take the coin. The ROPE will go into inventory. Use the pestle on the ingredients 2. Use the Super-flexibility Power to reach the rope F. It's a definite "thumbs up" for me! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Juju38 from Blooming Marvellous!!! Turn left and move forward. For Bonus Content See Below! Zoom into the cupboard. Pros: - Great storyline. Use the knife to Viking Brothers the rope; take the buoy I. The HOS are not all that hard but you do need to look hard for some. Swap tiles to connect three tiles of the same color to make them disappear.

The graphics are good and has voice over which I like. The screenshot displays the correct solution Q. The game length is very impressive; as an expert player I easily put roughly hours into this game NOT counting the bonus chapter which took me an additional 1. Mouse clicking was accurate - Nice VO and much improved since beta test. The screenshot displays the correct solution R. The scenes were well done as well as the characters. Not overdone with the HOS but just enough to be interesting. You've got to rescue theater performers turning into freaks. A lot of work went into this game and it shows. Zoom into the cupboard. Think my afternoon is taken today and busy busy with this wonderful new game. I was able to complete all HOS without using a hint.

As usual, the graphics and cutscenes were great and music along with voiceovers were done well. Go back and play the HOS. Go back and turn right. This is third of the series surpasses even the excellent Cinderstone Orphanage. One of the best of the Las. Go back twice, go downstairs, and move forward. Move forward. Zoom into the mirror and pull the lever C. Go back three times, turn right, and move forward. I played advanced as I usually do and it wasn't too difficult although the Battle Slots mini Lasr took some time and it took a little while for me Little Things figure out the "picture outline" mini game.


Rearrange the picture by putting the pieces on the small spots. The 3rd instalment of Anomalies and the best so far! The outline is a good indication where to put specific pieces. This is a fun and enjoyable game to play and buy. As long as these developers continue releasing top-quality games that do not have that cookie-cutter feel, I will continue to be a huge fan. Move forward. Go back and turn right. For Bonus Content See Below! For the record, this is very like the other two, except we have silhouettes and lists for HOs, but still visited each 3 times. Go back twice. Fill the whole sign with bubbles by applying the spray bottle to it. Go back and move forward. Use the knife to cut the ingredients 1.

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Use the spatula on the ingredients 5. Go back and turn right. Thank you Big Fish. This looks like an excellent game and I would be perfectly happy if it wasn't for the black bars I can't adjust, never had this problem before with The Agency of Anomalies' games. Use the tube on the ingredients 4. Go forward. Take the power. Open the right door K and go through it. The outline is a good indication where to put specific pieces. Love the challenge of achievements and collecting all 31 of the records hidden about in the scenes. For Bonus Content See Below! I highly enjoyed this game and I'm stoked that the series has stayed true to it's high standards and delivered. I loved everything about this game.

5 thoughts on “The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance

  1. Go back twice. You have to swap tiles O from A to G to clear the board. Rearrange the gravity vortexes to fill the black hole. Zoom into the mirror and pull the lever C. Go back three times, turn right, and go forward.

  2. Put the chocolate into the box and take the chocolate box Y. Zoom into the fountain and use the NET on the fountain Y. Walk back twice, turn right, and go forward. The finding clues are not hard and seem to be in logical sequence.

  3. The number on each button indicates how many sparkles should be next to the button. Go back twice and then move forward twice. The 3rd instalment of Anomalies and the best so far! Use the knife to cut the rope; take the buoy I.

  4. A lot of work went into this game and it shows. There were more puzzles than in the main game relatively speaking, and you must uncover the solutions in layer after layer, which although it was done well, I got a bit tired of. The 3rd instalment of Anomalies and the best so far! Go back five times.

  5. Walk back twice, turn right, and go forward. Waited months for this and finally it is here! The Bonus Adventure was not at all essential to the main game, and took me roughly one quarter of the time of the main game, but I skipped the puzzles in it, because I was too tired for them.

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