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The final episode of Covert Front series leads Kara to Lisbon in search for the elusive Karl von Toten.
A disappointing end to a rather delightful and addictive series of point and clicks. This game was easy, the conclusion of the story was hardly worth all of the build up, and it felt rushed.
I agree with bazookab but for the what he said about the graphics. This is a good game although by far the less well done and imagined. The puzzles are easy or fluffy, i mean the moment with the machine âEU¦ You have to made it up yourself kind of " let's write the word âEU¦ on the keybord" pfff. Still this serie in one of the best. Cheers
Awesome game and awesome ending. Also, for anyone reading these, barometer is another easter egg.
I have followed this series since ep 1; While I love this series, I noticed some differences between this episode and it's predecessors; for one, the artwork is not as visually stunning. The previous episodes gave you wanting more, yet a decent conclusion of they were not to continue (I thought 3 would have been the last ep). This episode literally took me less than 20 minutes. The puzzles were not challenging, and this episode was very short. I feel this was a rushed conclusion to the series, and it didn't give any significant answers to closure. You end the game (spoiler alert) with a password document and a photograph of MI6 and an envelope. Why? Why the picture? Didn't make sense. While I love this series, this game was my least favorite. I rated it a 3 because of it being the concluding game in the series - if it was just a random episode, the lack of replay value, the shortness of the game and the easy puzzles would get a rating of 1.5 (for effort) IMO.
I also found that you can type "lamp" in the typewriter room.
An amnesiac man finds himself fighting to bring color to a B&W world.
Animated sketch and improv comedy from a group of L.A. comedians!
The ultimate stick figure series, and a bunch of goofy parodies as well!
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