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Jul 18, 2007 | 1:04 PM EDT

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>> july 23th, update: as I said, the bug has been fixed, but game awaits NG staff approval to be updated. It's out of my hands.

>> july 19th, update: fixed the "menu glitch" and other minor bugs. Now it runs flawlessly. I hope

In Covert Front you are a top secret agent code-named Kara in an alternate history version of World War I. Assigned to infiltrate the mansion of a notorious scientist, Karl von Toten, you must discover the incredible secrets that lie within and escape with your life.

Reviews


mynameizjustinmynameizjustin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice

it was hard but you left clues everywhere. so i like that. its not too confusing. a little brain work and your good to go. you shouldnt have made the walkthru alrdy, should save it for later so ppl actually think.
cant wait for the end of series



Dangerous-FelixDangerous-Felix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A great point-and-click puzzle game.

The puzzles were pretty difficult and that's what made it fun for me. The animation was also done very well.



TOUCHEDFERNTOUCHEDFERN

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Rolling stones"

This game is one of your best compared to submachine. I hope to see more of your work further on. This game is captivating and keeps me playing till' the end!



CramseCramse

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice game :)

Just wanted to let you know I found a bug, but couldn't PM you 'bout it!!
I had picked up the matches, clock key and crowbar (the rest not found yet or used), when I somehow managed to put the clock key in the matches place in the top bar. Then, trying to sort things out, I removed the layer that comes out when you select something, and later I wasn't able to USE the clock key.

Now I have to start all over, but the game was great, so it'll be allright :)



DeathsangelDeathsangel

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Intriguing...

Intriguing is the word I would use, the feeling and sound are well done. One thing I have to admit though, is that I had to use the walkthrough at a moment.
Why?
Well, there are quite a few combinations you can make on a clock. I do not know where I should have, in game found out what the combination was... perhaps it is wise to be able to find a snipe of paper with a hint... or in the passage of the dinner for one. Also, even if you don't use it, you might want to pick up that gun found in the bedroom. After all, what may come in version 2 is unknown...
I could here the accent in your german, or whomever, said the line for the lady, but it was no problem.
Now I don't mind you want to use an alternate history (I have absolutely no clue if france had a prime minister than), but it might have been better to use a fictional war all together, as this care of problems other people might have with the slightly twisting of facts.
If that is put aside and the earlier two comments taking in I find it very well done game. I will certainly recommend it and follow it with version 2.