Reviews and Problems with Infected: The Twin Vaccine
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5 June 2014
Summary: Like many hidden object games, The Twin Vaccine makes absolutely no sense. You have debris all around the place, yet you can only use one specific item (baseball) to break a window. You have a sledgehammer, yet you have to find oil to unjam a car door to reach inside. The story is kinda interesting, but you lose interest fast when the game is nonsense.
Summary: Seems quite strange to me to be the first to review this game... Oh, well, let's start :) I bought "Infected: The Twin Vaccine Collector's Edition" from Steam for about 8 (at discount price). It's a pretty good adventure/point-and-click game: - setting and characters are "borrowed" from real photos, then recreated in 2/3D (there is also a nice "extra" video, created by the developers, that show how they done most of the work).
Summary: This was a great game. I played the SE version. This story is unlike any other hidden object story i've played. The characters were interesting and realistic. I liked the ratio of adventure scenes to hidden object scenes. The hint button was very helpful although I didn't feel like I needed it that much. There is a map I didn't use and the journal was interesting. What a cool game. The atmosphere nails the post-apocalyptic thing perfectly.
Summary: Gogii has finally hit a home run for me. The graphics on this game were clear, no blurry HO scenes that wear your eyes out and that shows you - developers can improve the quality of their product! The map was OK, diary useful and the hint system provided a nudge in the right direction. HO scenes were a puzzle mix, collecting items to complete actions in the scene, totally enjoyable.
Summary: I'm not a fan of the medical thriller stories but this one was really well built and attractive enough to make me go on. The game goes with the story of city hit by a virus that threats to go pandemic. And you as a doctor investigator have to find one twin girl that survived. You are quickly threw in the story and realize that its going to be scary alert and puzzling.
Summary: I've been playing the SE of this mostly adventure/some HO game all morning and am still not nearly done, so length is good. Game lives up to its gruesome name as doctor you search around a devastated town in hopes of finding the only remaining person known to be immune to a deadly virus that is wiping out the populace. Story actually develops logically for a change with good scary people encountered along the way who help and hinder your quest.
Summary: Nail your shoes to the floor and play this game. OK. Nail one shoe to the floor and play the demo, at least. This is one heck of a good game! Plot? Right out of the headlines. Music? Perfect, low-key, great instrumentation. Graphics? Stark, unrelenting, sobering, just as you'd expect in a town overrun by a virus with no cure. (Even the sky was menacing.
Summary: It started off a bit slow & I was disinterested rather quickly. Luckily I persisted and when it got to the middle of the game, it improved & I did enjoy it by the end. The bonus game in the collector's edition was nice - player got to play the role of the Michael character. I liked the graphics - nice, good attention to detail, well drawn. Choice of colour palette was nice & vibrant (not like some games that have completely dull graphics). Gameplay was easy.
Summary: Most times I just buy Gogii games due to the sensational graphics, but this time the story actually kept me interested. The renderings for this game were well done, and I highly enjoyed the progression of the story, which had a very realistic element to it. The cut scenes for this game were superb, and extremely crisp. The VOs weren't half bad, and didn't come across as overly dramatic.