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.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (187 reviews) - 78% of the 187 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 8, 2013

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“"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 This 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

    • 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
11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
I was running late for work today. So I ran into my kitchen and got some ice cubes. I then proceeded to put them in the microwave for 30 seconds untill the ice melted into water. I poured the microwaved water into my flower pot and it instantly grew a plant and spit out my car keys.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
I've got a soft spot for hidden object games. They're a great way to relax, and they're often unintentionally hilarious. Infected definitely hits both of those notes, and I'm not even sure it was unintentional. You play a doctor exploring the town of Oxford, where a mysterious disease has wiped out the population. You're looking for patient zero, a little girl, who is hiding behind some of the most hilariously contrived locks and barriers I've ever seen.

Seriously, this game is straight from the old Resident Evil school of security. One of the first puzzles in the game has you removing a train crest from a train to get at a tractor key behind it, and then later you have to put the crest on a gate to activate the sliding ring panels that open it. There's an apartment that only opens when you slot stained glass windows into the door, and a safe keyed to the genetic code of a hornet. It's bizarre as all hell, but as long as you examine every out-of-place feature of the scenes, you should have no problem finding all the crests and sigils you need to proceed.

The actual item hunts, ironically, make more sense than in most games of this type. Instead of picking out a bunch of random doodads and shapes, every item you're ordered to find must then be used in the same scene to open up access to other items. It becomes this neat Rube Goldberg chain of unlocking that concludes with you getting a new key item needed to progress. I find myself really looking forward to the item searches in this game, because they feel much more like logic puzzles than idle clickfests, especially when compared to the contrived puzzles in the rest of the game.

Overall the game has a grimy, late 90s feel to it thanks to some Harvester-level modeling and FMVs. There are a few characters you interact with that are caricatures of real people, but still entertaining for that same reason. The story is equally weird and barely holds together, but it makes a fine backdrop for this ridiculous romp. If you ended up with it in a bundle by all means give it a try, and if you enjoy hidden object games it's a definite keeper.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 16
This is one of the best hidden object games I have ever played and DEFFINITLLY the most unique one I have ever seen!
I love how in the hidden object parts, all the items had a purpose! Something I have never seen!
This game really feels like it was inspired by the old school Resident Evil and Silent Hill games from back in the day with the puzzle solving!

My only disappointment with this game is I felt it was too short! I really wanted to immerse myself into this world just a little bit more!

I absolutely recommend this game! 9/10
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 3
The gas-masked guy, and his backstory.

This game is basically a hidden object game.

An apocalyptic story about a disease that holds a whole country in it's grip. The story seems to be a bit overdone, it's not an all bad game - though it is also not one of the best games I played. Still it was enjoyable. The Hogs aren't too hard, the riddles are quite easy, you can finish this game in far under ten hours - if you don't do breaks during gameplay that is. Normally there would be three maybe four hours required.

And this is exactly, besides some logical lapses, what is giving me the creeps about this game. The game is quite expensive for what is offered, at a price of 13,99 € it's not a good opportunity to buy. Even though I do understand that the developers might have had some expenses for creating the game, it's not a good idea to give out a game with so small a content at this price.

To fans of HOG games, this game might appear very apealing because of the post apocalyptic scenario given here, the gas-masked guy also might be some draw in, making curious about the game. Sadly the game got stuck itself in it's high price. At this price I can't recomend the game. Maybe for a price far lower, say 3,99 € or 4,99 it might be recomendable.

I also have to warn that you might encounter troubles when trying to return to the game later after you needed to close the game. Though probably not encountered on all computers or accounts.
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43 of 51 people (84%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 3, 2014
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.
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