Super Sneaky Spy Guy 3

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Part 3 of the series, for a lot of you I made it a smaller file!! A few things have changed. I have added a better map and changed the look a little bit. I think this game is a little harder but some probably will not think so. I just want everyone who plays to enjoy it!

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Here is the third installment of Super Secret Spy Guy, a very old but still fun point n click mystery game. This game is more difficult than the first two, but not impossible. It took me a long time to finish because I couldn't find a certain thing that the tool needed to be used on very easily. Overall, this game is still fun in 2016 and I look forward to playing through the rest of the series.

selfdefiant responds:

Thanks! Glad to hear you like it even now!

I'm pretty hyped to so how the final game of the series will end.

I forgot to mention this is my last review, but you do have an excellent taste in music. All the audio that you've been used for most, if not all of the Escape games you made sound very soothing, and fits in with the atmosphere of the game. Nice work!

That guy in the intro almost looks like he's dripping blood rather than an ice cream. :D I like how the interface changes in all of these first segments, not that consistent sure, but it feels like it's evolving for each one. I like this one best so far, much smoother than the previous, and the textbox is perfectly integrated here. No unnecessary space, large buttons.. it looks good!


omg the music you chose must of giving me strength coz i did this in to time i love these kind of music instead of the other ones coz its got a beat to it and thats what u need in a escape game a good beat awesome art and a simple story line which u got right here but all the other games u have mad are still awesome your just up grading your art and must but keeping the same simple story line and puzzles

Another enjoyable stop in the "chronological trip down selfdefiant memory lane" (tm).

Still a bit on the short and easy side, although the hints were less obvious this time around, making the puzzles more challenging and satisfying. The usage of a particular 'tool' in one of them was a really nice touch, definitely my favourite puzzle of the series so far. I also liked that there was a bit more (if disjointed) backstory in this one.

I'm already missing Uncle Willie and his gold though! D:

selfdefiant responds:

Thanks. I think I need to replay all of these as well. :)

Credits & Info

3.71 / 5.00

Nov 18, 2006
9:10 PM EST
Adventure - Point 'n Click