Cuando las investigaciones de la Casa Blanca sobre la compañía de Borradores Scoggins reciben como única respuesta una serie de curiosos puzles, el agente Nelson Tethers del Departamento de Investigación de Puzles de los EE.UU. es asignado al caso.
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Cuando las investigaciones de la Casa Blanca sobre la compañía de Borradores Scoggins reciben como única respuesta una serie de curiosos puzles, el agente Nelson Tethers del Departamento de Investigación de Puzles de los EE.UU. es asignado al caso.

Los extraños sucesos en Scoggins pondrán a prueba la pericia de Tethers y todo su ingenio, con pruebas mentales en cada esquina: laberintos, puzles lógicos, acertijos y mucho más. Pronto se dará cuenta de que éstos (junto con los absortos habitantes del pueblo, sociedades secretas y peculiares sonidos del bosque) están íntimamente ligados al meollo del misterio. ¿Y de qué van esos gnomos?

Creado con la sensibilidad gráfica y la narrativa única del artista del cómic independiente Graham Annable junto con el inconfundible estilo de Telltale para contar cuentos, ¡Puzzle Agent garantiza desafiarte, estremecerte y engancharte de más formas de las que puedes resolver un criptograma!

  • Abundancia de puzles para desafiar a tus neuronas. A ver si eres capaz de encontrar todos los puzles y resolver el misterio de Scoggins. Laberintos, lógica, acertijos, desafíos mentales y mucho más.
  • ¡Investiga lo extraño, peculiar y alucinante para resolver el caso! Tus descubrimientos te proporcionan pistas hacia el gran misterio que agobia a este pueblo, o encuentra puzles que debes resolver para obtener respuestas... o puede que más preguntas.
  • Caza las pistas: El chicle ayuda al Agente Tethers a pensar y a resolver. Busca y recoge pedazos de chicle por el pueblo para recibir pistas si te quedas atascado en algún puzle.

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: 2.0 GHz +
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Compatible con DirectX 8.1 y con 64 MB
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.1 o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 220 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 8.1
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 3 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Compatible con DirectX 8.1 y con 128 MB
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.1 o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 220 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 8.1
    • SO: Mac OS X 10.5 o posterior
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Otros: No recomendado para Macs con gráficos integrados
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I really enjoyed this game although it was fairly short. The story was engaging and the air of mystery about it kept me wanting to solve the puzzles. The puzzles were fairly difficult at times (I was being kind of lazy though because I wanted to see more of the story). The difficulty level of the puzzles varied throughout the game. The end puzzles were no harder than the beginning ones. I will say that there were a few "light" jumpscares (if I can use the term "light" in regards to jumpscares) which while not particularly horrifying, were just enough to leave you with an eerie feeling. To be perfectly honest I bought it on sale and there is nothing I feel the need to complain about. Overall it was very enjoyable as a casual and lighthearted game.
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Cute humor, nice puzzels. Get it cheep and have fun.
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Short game with lots of puzzles from Telltale Games. The game is worth a one time playthrough with an interesting story that goes along with it. The graphics work great for the type of game that this is. Too bad it's so short.
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If you're a fan of Professor Layton, stop reading and buy this game. For everyone else, go ahead and pick this up if you like brain teasers. Similarly, the story is very clever, and the cast of characters are all fun as hell. By the end, you too will be jealous that you aren't a puzzle agent. Unless of course that's literally what you do for a living. In that case, well aren't you fancy, mister big fancy pants.
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Made me rewatch Fargo. And it's weird and funny, yet still a nail biting puzzle game of the highest quality.
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I just played through this game start to finish in four hours and here are my thoughts.

Puzzle agent has the potential to be a good game but falls short. I started playing and found certain dialogue genuinely funny but as the story progressed and became more ridiculous I lost complete interest in the story itself. Now I'm not against a 'random' or 'quirky' storyline, in fact there are many games that have thrived under that direction - however these stories work because you are invested in the characters and want to see them develop regardless of how outlandish the story may seem.

Just for example - there is a cutscene where you are carried off into the woods by gnomes and wake up in a space shuttle in zero gravity where you need to solve a puzzle to get out, once you solve the puzzle you wake up in the lodge. That's it - there is no explanation given as to why you were there and it is literally never addressed again. I was thinking - are you trying to be random? funny?? Oh and before you go there this isn't a case of 'it was all just a dream'. Apart from the random story line this game has provided me with what is possibly the most unsatisfying ending I've ever experienced in a game. The ending was so frustrating that it may have encourage me to purchase puzzle agent 2 just to see what happens but because I wasn't at all invested in the lead character (heck I've already forgotten his name) lets call him detective mcgee that I wouldn't play puzzle agent 2 even if it promised a satisfying conclusion.

That all being said, this is a puzzle game which means that the puzzles should be worth while. Yes and no. The original puzzles are clever and original - however they tend to repeat themselves and the final three puzzles of the game are hilariously easy. Also there is one particular puzzle that is unclear and could be interpreted several different ways.

So to conclude I would only recommend this game if you are a serious fan of puzzle games - if not go pick up a copy of Lyne for a dollar more and focus more on the puzzles than any actual story.

3/10
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It was really good game!
exept game doesn't recognize if you do something right but different way game makers want and some tips were little missleading but i still loved it!
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Puzzle Agent is a game that meets its price as far as quantity, but falls a little short when it comes to quality. This game isn't exactly much of a puzzler, as most of its puzzles can be solved within a minute. As if that didn't' allow you to barge through them quick enough, the hint system makes it really easy to cheat through puzzles. While I do commend the hint system for being very well developed and fair for both puzzle noobs and puzzle experts, I feel as though it allows for the pace of the game to be sped up a lot.
The quality of the puzzles was the real disappointing thing, but there is enough variety in the puzzles to keep you from being bored. If only the difficulty was increased a little bit, that would have made the gameplay of Puzzle Agent amazing.

Being a point-and-click puzzle game, Puzzle Agent relies on its story to keep the gamer engaged. The story is weird, eerie, and feels like it was a mix of Stephen King and CreepyPasta. While I was a bit disappointed with the story's ending, after some thought it really was the best way they could have ended the story.

Thus, while Puzzle Agent is nowhere near the best puzzle game, it is worth the $5 and definitely worth picking up on sale.
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Puzzle Agent's story is a hommage to Twin Peaks. There's a little town with strange inhabitants, haunted woods and supernatural things happening and FBI man Nelson Tethers has to solve an accident at the local eraser factory.
The story continues in Puzzle Agent 2, so better get both games.

The gameplay consists of simple puzzles. Some are immediately solvable, some need a bit of thinking and some can be solved by trial-and-erroring. The puzzle variety is widespread, so it doesn't get boring.

The story is told in ingame sequences and via dialogues that you can click through. No challenge or different paths here. Just select every dialogue option and you're good.


The main aspect of the game is the story, the art style and the atmosphere. If you don't like G. Annable's videos, this won't be your cup of tea.
Graham's YT channel => https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqz4lWE_7FjyIzkO_9KM6KA
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A fun Point & Click adventure with some puzzles of reasonable difficulty. Doesn't take too long to complete and has a somewhat interesting story.
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I think that Puzzle Agent is a really nice puzzle game. A bit short, if you want, but enjoyable all the time. It also succeeds in linking a decent story with the various puzzles, not an easy task. As soon as you beat this, I suggest you play Puzzle Agent 2, which is also great (and longer, and slightly more complex).
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Great story, nice graphics, and fun puzzles. Exactly what I expected from it. Can't wait to play Puzzle Agent 2!
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great easy but not too easy puzzle fun, with an enjoyable storyline.
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I bought this game because it was five dollars and being new to Steam I had to add $5 to my Steam wallet before I could add friends and such. I loved the Sam & Max series from Telltale, and have heard great things about Monkey Island and some of their other episodic game series. I bought Puzzle Agent because I thought it would be similar to that format: casual, short, point-and-click, humorous. There was also a puzzle or two in Sam & Max that actually made me think.

This game is not like that. In Sam & Max, the puzzles are smoothly embedded directly into gameplay. You take this bowling ball, you click on this window, and you drop it on the guy below. You pick up the bowling ball of your own accord and can carry it wherever you want, for as long as you want, until you figure out what to do with it. If you can't figure it out, you can turn on various hint levels and the character dialogue will release a little more information to help you. But here, the general gameplay is too easy, showing you exactly where to click with no setting to turn this off. It feels like you are in a level that teaches you how to play, but it's like that all the time.

Once you get into a puzzle, gameplay is halted until you complete it, which is annoying, and on top of that, it is oftentimes a stretch in relating the puzzle to the actual game in the first place (making them seem pointless). Frequently they don't give you enough information to complete the puzzle without a hint, or it isn't well-explained, and when they are, they are so easy, they could be for children or teens. Plus, the puzzle formats are the same thing over and over again - you endlessly rotate tiles, literally connect dots, and do logic problems like in math class at school. A lot of time is spent tallying your score from these dumb things, surprisingly. And then once you can get back to the story, which you want to finish, you get to the end and nothing is explained at all. It's like you go out in the middle of the plot.
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super good, funny, PUzZleS yay
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El profesor layton en gracioso, aunque mas corto
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La versión pobre de Profesor Layton.
Y encima la historia sin sentido e inconclusa.
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Interesting game. Some of the puzzles actually gave me a headache, and I had to sit down and scribble on a bunch of post-it notes. The story is actually really compelling, compelling enough for me to want to buy the second game.
Sadly, this game is very short, since most puzzles were quite easy to solve (some are actually jigsaw puzzles, come on...). Also, I cannot say I recommend this game to anyone looking for a classic-style point-and-click adventure like Monkey Island, Edna & Harvey, and such. This really is more like a stripped down point-and-click game, where all focus is on separate puzzles. This means no items and inventory, and no multi-room puzzles (the most challenging and best puzzles, IMO).

This game could be better if the developers would have made the puzzles harder. Perhaps even adding a couple of puzzles. But I suppose that for the itty bitty price tag, it was totally worth it.

Long story short: Good game, great story, could be better though if it was longer and harder (that's what she said).
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Fantastic! A mix between, hm...Professor Layton and Fargo/Twin Peaks. It sounds ridiculous, but it totally works. The trailer is a perfect way to see what kind of atmosphere the game sets for you and the puzzles are fun throughout. It can be completed in only a couple of hours, but it's also only $5. Buy it!
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