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May 18, 2012 | 3:48 AM EDT
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The final episode of Covert Front series leads Kara to Lisbon in search for the elusive Karl von Toten.

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123toytoy1243123toytoy1243

Rated 5 / 5 stars 2 weeks ago

same music from submachine and im sand for this series to end i want it to continue forever



FurryChaosFurryChaos

Rated 5 / 5 stars 3 weeks ago

Loved every one of these games. In fact, I'm pretty sure I played a couple of them once upon a time, before the series had been finished, and almost completely forgot about them!

My guess is that what Karl says in his study room when you first ''find'' him -''Do you believe this machine can create a fully functioning human?''- is a direct reference to his butler being, in fact, non-human. Especially judging by the fact that when Kara beats him to a pulp, his ''blood'' is black.
I suppose it's all open to interpretation though.


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shadow56333shadow56333

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 11, 2014

awesome as always, i don't think this is the end though, i don't know if we'll see these two again but i think we'll absolutely hear something from them somewhere.



SimonJesterSimonJester

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 23, 2014

What fantastic ending to a terrific series! So, that explains the experiments in the lab we saw back in episode #2. I won't spoil it, but suffice it to say, the footage from the laboratory is the key to the whole mystery of Karl von Toten's invention.

The only criticism I have is that I'll miss Kara, although her signoff at the end was cathartic. Otherwise, this is an excellent point n'click adventure, and the period setting really helped to set the mise-en-scene, especially with all the crazy looking gadgets. A great sendoff for a truly legendary series.


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OrenIshiiOrenIshii

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 22, 2014

loved the whole series and the only thing i could complain about is the fact that it's over ;)

@rodlim the title you're looking for is called fantasia for solo violin iii in f minor by telemann