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A new breed of virus has spread throughout the City of Oxford forcing the area to be quarantined. The first reported case of the virus was found in 6 year old twin sisters Tiffany & Theresa Morrisey. Tiffany never survived the infection but Theresa made a full recovery and is now believed to be the key to finding a cure.
Release Date: Aug 8, 2013
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New Languages Added - BR, IT, NL, JP, ES, FR, DE

April 24th, 2014

We have updated Infected to include 7 new languages: BR, IT, NL, JP, ES, FR, DE and the previously launched English version.

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Reviews

“"Infected: The Twin Vaccines is a unique and interesting game, especially for its often formulaic genre. The atmosphere is eerie, the hidden object scenes and puzzles are entertaining and the bonus chapter adds an unexpected twist to both gameplay and narrative."”
4 of 5 – Gamezebo

About the Game

A new breed of virus has spread throughout the City of Oxford forcing the area to be quarantined. The first reported case of the virus was found in 6 year old twin sisters Tiffany & Theresa Morrisey. Tiffany never survived the infection but Theresa made a full recovery and is now believed to be the key to finding a cure. In the chaos of a city-wide evacuation, Theresa has gone missing. You must travel back to the abandoned city of Oxford to find her before the virus spreads globally. Though be wary...you’re not the only one back in town.

Key Features


  • 220+ Scenes to Navigate.
  • New Unique Hidden Object Mode
  • HD Widescreen Mode: See more action!
  • Real world locations
  • Customizable Difficulty to set challenges how you like them.
  • Bonus Chapter: dive deeper into the world of Infected.
  • Includes Behind the Scenes making-of video
  • Wallpapers
  • Concept Art

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Processor: 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 1624 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Integrated Audio or better
Helpful customer reviews
8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
367 products in account
18 reviews
3.5 hrs on record
Can't recommend with such a short story and a price at $14. I beat the game with just 3.5 hours on it. The story is good, but not good enough to cost so much for so little. Go buy Still Life instead. $10 and I have 25 hours on it and still have yet to beat it. You can buy Still Life 1 and 2 and get Post Mortem as well for $20 and it's a much better buy than this.
Posted: May 27th, 2014
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
741 products in account
66 reviews
4.7 hrs on record
Pretty good hidden object game with nice graphics (for the genre) and *gasp* a STORY?? There are the usual adventure game elements added, but it's the hidden object parts of the game which are the best part. You don't just find random objects like in most other (older) types of these games, If you need a bell, it could be hidden in a box, but to open the box you need a box cutter. So you find the cutter, to open the box, to collect the bell. It actually makes sense, which is a nice change from the randomness of "collect a hedgehog and a pack of cards" for no reason.

Watch out though, I did have a problem (along with a lot of other people apparently) where the game crashed at the midway point and the only way I could complete the game was to run it through a sandbox program.
Posted: June 21st, 2014
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
85 products in account
35 reviews
4.2 hrs on record
I like the music, atmosphere and environment. The story was nothing special and I didn't like the puzzels at all. They where strangely mystical when common items you need where hidden in strange locations which often needed hidden keys, illogical in a sentence and didn't feel that smart. I just kept thinking during the game "who hid this here and why" because it made no sence. but the puzzels where really easy to solve I breezed through the whole game. There where 1 or 2 puzzels which I really liked which took some extra thinking.
Posted: February 26th, 2014
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
459 products in account
2 reviews
2.9 hrs on record
First, the story isn't bad and is a nice departure from all the ghost stories that seem to be the trend with hidden object games these days. Other than that I can't really recommend this game. So may of the puzzles make no sense and seem more random than logical. There were more than a few times where, after some random clicking, I felt "who would ever think to do that?" Dialogue is so-so and sound is fine but nothing to write home about. My main complaint at this point is the game breaking bug the developer still hasn't fixed after months of being an issue. There is also no indication that a fix is on it's way so if you encounter it you're basically SOL. Check the forums for more details as it seems common enough to be a major issue. I encountered it and can't progress any further in the game so this game is essentially a waste of time and money. Shame on the devs, it should have been fixed by now but they clearly don't care.

EDIT: Got the game to continue running using Sandboxie. Shouldn't have to use third party software to get things going again.
Posted: April 7th, 2014
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
2,094 products in account
800 reviews
3.8 hrs on record
Infected The Twin Vaccine is a hidden object game that's about 2-3 hours long. Normally I'd say that's short, but for a hidden object game it's long enough. The story is entertaining and intriguing and better than 80% of the games in this genre. This is also partly thanks to the puzzles that at least make some sense. You don't have to find weird stuff when you're outside, with tens of objects that don't really belong there in the first place. No, this game uses objects that could actually lie or stand there, and keeps things realistic. Finding objects will also allow you to fix/open/destroy things that you couldn't do otherwise. So as you can see it tries to do things differently. And that I can appreciate.
And no, the game is not 100% realistic. I mean, puzzles still require objects that are found in the weirdest places, places you wouldn't ever expect them to be, but like I said it's entertaining, and that's what counts.
Infected The Twin Vaccine is a fun, casual game that's worthy of your time, if you at least know what to expect.

[Rating: 76/100]
Posted: March 29th, 2014
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42 of 50 people (84%) found this review helpful
1,507 products in account
3 reviews
2.4 hrs on record
First completed game of 2014!

This is a point and click/hidden object casual game. It took me around 2 hours or so to finish so it is a little on the short side. Fun game with an interesting story behind it. Not too challenging as I only got stuck twice. Once I was being lazy, the second time I just clicked in the wrong place the first time. It comes with a built in guide so a quick consult and I was on my way again. Hidden object scenes are not too challenging either and they are mixed with your typical point and click gameplay (find item, use it somewhere else, etc.). Not a bad game if you enjoy Casual HOG games and I enjoyed my time with it.

3/5 Stars.
Posted: January 3rd, 2014
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