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Jul 17, 2009 | 4:22 PM EDT
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Covert Front 3: Night in Zurich. The adventure of undercover agent Kara continues...



Rated 5 / 5 stars May 31, 2010

Can't wait

For the fourth episode!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 15, 2010


Gotta love the amount of thought that has to go into solving one of these things. Although that jail cell scene was a royal pain, I really liked this. The plot is intricate, and the graphics dark and mysterious, although if you're going to show the main character we should at least be able to tell which gender she(?) is. That hair is quite confusing. But the plot line is good, and the puzzle extremely challenging. I look forward to your other puzzles.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2010

Enjoyable and really challenging.

I've gotta say, for me, this was the most difficult of the three. This game seemed more complex than the other three, but it was still fun, challenging, and engaging. You did not dissapoint once again. I am excited to play the next installment when it comes out.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars April 10, 2010

Loved it!

A really well-made point and click, the art and music as well as the general concept really made it stand out. (spoiler) Also, to anyone having trouble witht the getting the message out of the machine in the secret room, try using the two keys fond in the room on the dvice near the door of the secret room, and don't forget to turn the keys!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars March 11, 2010

Well done

I really like the Covert Front games, especially the third part.
And I don't understand why the game shouldn't be working in the secret room. I was able to play without problems.
@thanin: to make the machine work correctly, you have to turn to the entry of the secret room - there you'll find a square with two spots and two holes - you have to put the crank handle and the little key from the desk into the two holes and then turn both of them - afterwards the machine should be working - you simply have to push the button.

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