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Over many years, Private investigator Alex Hunter had worked on dozens of cases involving murder, theft, bribery and fraud; and nothing fazed him. Until, a young lady came to his house asking him to help find her father, the renowned scientist, Professor Patterson.
Release Date: Dec 3, 2013
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Buy Alex Hunter - Lord of the Mind

$6.99

About the Game

Track down a missing scientist as you explore the place where reality meets illusion.

Over many years, Private investigator Alex Hunter had worked on dozens of cases involving murder, theft, bribery and fraud; and nothing fazed him. Until, a young lady came to his house asking him to help find her father, the renowned scientist, Professor Patterson. The professor had vanished from his house, without a trace, over a month ago. The police were called in but they were unable to find any clues. Coincidentally, neighbors reported having bizarre visions and suddenly finding themselves in strange places. Hunter took the case, thinking it would be a piece of cake…

Take on the role of Alex Hunter and investigate this mysterious disappearance. When you discover that the Professor’s experiments delved into the secret workings of the brain and mind control, the case takes a whole new twist. It’s up to you to follow the trail of clues and find out who has taken Professor Patterson, and intends to use his knowledge for evil purposes. Find the place where reality meets illusion! You will need to go head to head against a demented mind; a mind armed with the power to control yours!

Features:


  • Outwit and defeat a criminal brain!
  • Explore lush environments on your quest for the truth
  • A thrilling story that will lead you through sewers, a mental hospital, and into a bizarre alternative world.
  • Devious puzzles, clever mini games and highly detailed hidden object scenes
  • Bonus Chapter – Destroy the crime syndicate that masterminded the plan

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Processor or faster
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 6.0
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
1,682 products in account
209 reviews
14.8 hrs on record
In this game you play as Alex Hunter a private investigator, who takes a case from a long legged dame who strolls into his office after her father goes missing. There is a variety of puzzles and Hidden Object parts so the game keeps moving at a nice pace like a book its a good page turner. Some of the puzzles take ALOT of time to solve and many are very, very, very, difficult. These difficult games can just be skipped, there are hints if you get stuck, and a guide. A good game that you can stop playing anytime and come back to since the map screen has exclamation marks showing which areas have something to investigate.

The visual look of the game is impressive, the scenes never feel dead, their alive with animals moving, instead of just a static image like other games. The music is awesome, and this edition has a bonus feature that lets you rock out detective style.

Rating: 9/10 Value: $7.99
Posted: June 27th, 2014
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
379 products in account
12 reviews
18.5 hrs on record
So long as you limit yourself when it comes to hints and skipping puzzles, this is one of the best Hidden Object Games I've ever played. It certainly took me longer to finish than any of the Midnight Mysteries, Samantha Swift, or Clockwork Man games. My only caveat is that I'm not personally a huge fan of sliding tile puzzles and this game has several - some of which I managed to solve on my own and some of which I used the in-game hint book or the Skip button to pass. But if you like that sort of thing and like finding hidden objects and solving point-and-click puzzles, then this game is for you, especially if it's on sale. No Steam achievements, but the in-game achievements also give it a little replay value since you're not likely to get them all on your first try.
Posted: June 29th, 2014
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
12 products in account
1 review
14.3 hrs on record
Really fun puzzle game. Click to advance type game where you encounter puzzles you need to beat in order to advance. The puzzles are difficult but not so hard you end up using the built in auto-pass feature every time.
Posted: January 28th, 2014
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
56 products in account
1 review
22.3 hrs on record
I truely enjoyed this game to the end...however, when I got to playing the Bonus game, I was only able to go so far and the hidden object scene in the sort of park area, listed a scorpion in red and mushrooms in white print...I was unable to pick up the mushrooms as normal, and could not find the extra step to be able to pick up the scorpion...hint kept going to an area in the violin case where the scoprion should have been, but could not click on any thing that would allow me to either open the case lining to find the scorpion or anything. Was never able to pick up the mushrooms nor find the prestep to picking up the scorpion nor the scorpian at all. Also in clicking on other objects, objects that were not included in the list would pick up, but always came back to the scene...very strange, from that point on, I was not able to comple the bonus round.

If anyone has any helpful solutions, please post.
Posted: February 7th, 2014
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
7 products in account
1 review
19.0 hrs on record
This game is challenging, especially for those not gifted with math abilities. Some of the puzzles I just could not figure out and finally gave up and skipped it. I went back and played it again and was able to figure out a couple more. In order to not use the map to figure out what you need to do next, you have to really remember every place you've been. What is really nice is the bonus chapter is as involved as the regular game. It takes quite a bit of time to solve the bonus chapter; not a quick run through like some other games. If you play the game in the expert mode, you have to really search for all the secret signs in order to unlock the secret chamber. I've played it twice, once on regular mode and once in expert mode. I could not find all the signs in expert mode so couldn't unlock the secret room. I would hghly recommend this game. It is challenging. The graphics are great, and the music fades into the background as you play it. It is not jarring like some music.
Posted: December 17th, 2013
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