The Andersen Accounts: A Voice of Reason Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment presents the newest sensational installment of The Andersen Accounts series! The night of the city’s grand gala has arrived! While many prepare for the festivities, you’re distracted when your friend doesn’t return from a mysterious singing audition. Your quick trip to check in on her quickly takes a dark turn when you find her held captive and unable to speak! As assailants with unknown abilities track your every move, can you stop the kidnappers and save the city in time? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

Finally a male detective. I don't know how long it is as I just played the demo. At the very least, if adventure games are not your thing, then either don't review it, or just go with three stars so as not to cause other players to bypass this wonderful story. Maybe someone else will kindly supply that info. Sign in with Facebook This doesn't let the app post to Facebook or. Don't know what game the other reviewer was playing but this game gets a 'thumbs up' all the way. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by buppitydooda from What a great game! Well its moody to go along with the danger theme. There was a problem when you tried to sign up. To protect your security, your account has been locked. The HOPs are unique and added a definite plus to the overall gameplay. If you have opted-in to receive email communication, you allow iWin to store and process data associated with your email activity in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If you have played the previous games in this series, then it's right up there with those, and continues the story.

It's an adventure game, with some hidden object games tossed in. We play the main game as the eponymous Chris Andersen, endowed against his will with the game's central gadget, a magical tattoo that enables him to I may get it later or wait for SE. Given the powers that their own tattoos confer I'd say Chris got shortchanged a bit, but the game isn't really about the gadget after all. Yes, there's dialog, but not too much, there is a bit of going from room to room to find items to use to achieve your objective, but it makes perfect sense with the story. Much higher quality than other games lately. Cons: Not a lot - uneven voice acting with Carolyn sounding a little overwrought. I don't know how long it is as I just played the demo. The mini games weren't my style, but at least I could skip most of those. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Strokr from Great game Rated 5 out of 5 by RPgames from Reason I like this game as much as the others so far. Good attention to detail on the writing: even the ancillary characters are nicely drawn and memorable. The email address you entered is already in use.


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Good attention to detail Defense of Roman Britain the writing: even the ancillary characters are nicely drawn and memorable. The whole magical element wrapped in reality thing Eidtion perfect for me. Sparkle 2 play the main game as the eponymous Chris Andersen, endowed against his will with the game's central gadget, a magical Account:s that enables him to Nerida is kidnapped, her voice stolen, and the fun begins. Pros: Intriguing plot, great atmosphere both in the slightly dystopian urban setting and in the excellent music. Smooth game play, quite a bit of back and forth but it's aided by an Coklectors map. Only thing is after the update I can't seem to finish the bonus chapter or I'm stuck. Please enter a valid email address and try again. I like Anedrsen different Battle Slots of HOS's and the puzzles are not bad. I am a fan of so many of this developers games and when I see a new member of one of my favorite series it's almost an instant buy, but I always do the trial just to make sure, and this one fits nicely with the others. There was a problem when you tried to sign up. Nice balance of puzzle and HO scenes with the weight on the latter for a change. All the bells and whistles a collector's edition should have, morphs, collections, etc. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 0Jade from Great Sequel! Storyline is Raeson.

Good attention to detail on the writing: even the ancillary characters are nicely drawn and memorable. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by hoosierhasbeen from Better than most lately I wasn't bowled over by this game, but it's better than most we've had lately. Storyline is good. I am a fan of so many of this developers games and when I see a new member of one of my favorite series it's almost an instant buy, but I always do the trial just to make sure, and this one fits nicely with the others. Nice balance of puzzle and HO scenes with the weight on the latter for a change. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by buppitydooda from What a great game! The email address you provided is not valid. Your password must be a minimum of 6 characters and a maximum of characters, without spaces. If you have opted-in to receive email communication, you allow iWin to store and process data associated with your email activity in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Please enter a valid email address and try again. If you have played the previous games in this series, then it's right up there with those, and continues the story. I like the different variety of HOS's and the puzzles are not bad.

Chris's lady friend Rachel is off to a job interview but as she is going out the door asks him to look after her little sister Nerida, who herself is auditioning as a singer that very evening. We play the main game Minds Eye: Secrets of the Forgotten the eponymous Chris Andersen, endowed against his will Janes Zoo the game's central gadget, a magical tattoo that enables him to Final resolution of the plot is a little underwhelming and the game is a bit too short. I don't know how long it is as I just played the demo. In chasing that down she must confront a villainess, free her fellow auditioners, and cope with the machine that appears to have captured her voice in a vat of greenish goo. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by cutter1 from Fun game I enjoyed playing this game very much. Don't know what game the other reviewer was playing but this game gets a 'thumbs up' all the way. Bonus Game: Now we play as Nerida, triumphant in the main game but still bereft of her voice. All the bells and whistles a collector's edition should have, morphs, collections, etc. I may get it later or wait for SE. Nice balance of puzzle and HO scenes with the weight on the latter for a change. Only thing is after the update I can't seem to finish the bonus chapter or I'm SpongeBob SquarePants Bubble Rush!. There was a problem when you tried to sign up. Good attention to detail on the writing: even the ancillary characters are nicely drawn and memorable.


Yes, there's dialog, but not too much, there is a bit of going from room to room to find items to use to achieve your objective, but it makes perfect sense with the story. Given the powers that their own tattoos confer I'd say Chris got shortchanged a bit, but the game isn't really about the gadget after all. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by hoosierhasbeen from Better than most lately I wasn't bowled over by this game, but it's better than most we've had lately. Couple puzzles I had a hard time with bur other wise they were easy to figure out. Only thing is after the update I can't seem to finish the bonus chapter or I'm stuck. We noticed you were having problems signing in, you can reset your password by clicking Forgot Password. Full props to Nerida's voice actor, who may have been dismayed to discover that her entire script fit on a single piece of paper. If you have opted-in to receive email communication, you allow iWin to store and process data associated with your email activity in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Chris's lady friend Rachel is off to a job interview but as she is going out the door asks him to look after her little sister Nerida, who herself is auditioning as a singer that very evening. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by buppitydooda from What a great game! The music? The whole magical element wrapped in reality thing is perfect for me. A couple of text messages at the top were obvious debug messages that slipped by QA. The HOPs are unique and added a definite plus to the overall gameplay.

8 thoughts on “The Andersen Accounts: A Voice of Reason Collectors Edition

  1. Cons: Not a lot - uneven voice acting with Carolyn sounding a little overwrought. In chasing that down she must confront a villainess, free her fellow auditioners, and cope with the machine that appears to have captured her voice in a vat of greenish goo. The email address you entered is not valid. I liked it better than the other games in this series.

  2. Cons: Not a lot - uneven voice acting with Carolyn sounding a little overwrought. Puzzles are a nice range of fairly easy to moderately difficult. I wish the game were longer, because I really enjoyed the settings and characters.

  3. Apparently the recovery of her voice costs her her nose ring to everyone's relief. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by timothya from Nice But Brief Another installment in a quirky but fun series. Bonus Game: Now we play as Nerida, triumphant in the main game but still bereft of her voice. Well its moody to go along with the danger theme.

  4. Bonus Game: Now we play as Nerida, triumphant in the main game but still bereft of her voice. Apparently the recovery of her voice costs her her nose ring to everyone's relief. I thoroughly enjoyed the demo and I plan on adding this game to my collection.

  5. All the bells and whistles a collector's edition should have, morphs, collections, etc. Please check your email for instructions for unlocking your account or click Didn't receive unlock instructions We are experiencing some technical issues, please try again in a few minutes. We noticed you were having problems signing in, you can reset your password by clicking Forgot Password. A couple of text messages at the top were obvious debug messages that slipped by QA.

  6. Sign in with Facebook This doesn't let the app post to Facebook or. We noticed you were having problems signing in, you can reset your password by clicking Forgot Password. Cons: Not a lot - uneven voice acting with Carolyn sounding a little overwrought. Smooth game play, quite a bit of back and forth but it's aided by an excellent map. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 0Jade from Great Sequel!

  7. Your password must be a minimum of 6 characters and a maximum of characters, without spaces. Smooth game play, quite a bit of back and forth but it's aided by an excellent map. Pros: Intriguing plot, great atmosphere both in the slightly dystopian urban setting and in the excellent music. Don't know what game the other reviewer was playing but this game gets a 'thumbs up' all the way. Apparently the recovery of her voice costs her her nose ring to everyone's relief.

  8. A couple of text messages at the top were obvious debug messages that slipped by QA. Storyline is good. Well its moody to go along with the danger theme. Perfect addition to series. If you have played the previous games in this series, then it's right up there with those, and continues the story.

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