MISSING: An Interactive Thriller - Episode One Download 12 Mb

MISSING: An Interactive Thriller - Episode One Download 12 Mb


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About This Game

MISSING is an episodic series bringing the 90's FMV games and classic adventure together in a unique experience. In the first episode you play David Newcastle, the victim. Kidnapped for no clear reason, Dave will have to find his way out and elude captivity while trying to figure out who his captor is. Meanwhile, Detective Lambert investigates a series of mysterious disappearances in the city. Use your brain to solve puzzles, find items and use reflexes in action sequences to help the characters progress in the story.

This game includes episode one only. Future episodes aren’t available yet and will be sold separately. 7ad7b8b382



Title: MISSING: An Interactive Thriller - Episode One
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer:
Zandel Media
Publisher:
Zandel Media
Release Date: 25 May, 2015



English,French,Italian,German,Russian,Portuguese




Missing: An Interactive Thriller is an episodic Full Motion Video. I\u2019ve never played an FMV before so Missing popped my FMV cherry on that regard and boy was it a great experience.

We start the game with David, a seemingly innocent man, who is kidnapped for reasons undetermined as of yet. He is thrown into an abandoned building where he must use his wits to solve the obstacles that bar his way. All the while, taunting words and pictures of his family are littered all around him as he traversed through the corridors of his prison. Is his family captured as well? Where are they?

Curiously enough, I believe his captor is leaving these breadcrumbs, a trail of clues that actually aids David rather than hinder him on his quest and we are shown that perhaps this is some kind of twisted test that he must passed in order to continue and see his family.

While this is happening to David, in the outside world, we delve into the role of Lambert, a detective who might be in charge of the case involving David\u2019s disappearance. There seems to be a string of cases like David\u2019s and Lambert is determined to find him.

I wasn\u2019t expecting much so it surprised me that I actually liked it. I beat Episode 1 in an hour or so but game time will vary, depending on how fast you solve the puzzles (which are fair and I thought some were clever). Most of the time, puzzles consists of searching for items and inserting them to their correct spot. They\u2019re self-explanatory.

There are QTEs but all are pretty simple, achievable with just a click of a mouse so all hope is not lost. Perhaps this is just me but I was getting this Heavy Rain vibe. I won\u2019t spoil that game for anyone but essentially, David\u2019s kidnapping seems very personal to his captor. That\u2019s just me and we shall see on the next episode.

For the base price of 4.99, it may not be worth it to some because of the game\u2019s short length, so it might be best to wait for a sale or at least wait for the full package because all the episodes will probably be bundled together. However, if you\u2019re a fan of FMVs, I highly recommend it.

Anyways, here\u2019s my video of me fooling around in the game. If you also need help with the puzzles (which I doubt you will) the solutions are in the video description.

Missing: An Interactive Thriller Video <\/a>. cheap, great game with fun puzzles and achievements are fairly easy to get.. This game was awesome!!! I am so sad that there will not be anymore.. This game was like a really interesting pilot of a new series that sadly got cancelled after just one episode. Damn shame.. Genre - Interactive Puzzle Film

If you are a fan of the Saw style films and point and click adventures you should like this game.

The actors I have seen so far do a reasonable job, and the environments look nice both on film and in the interactive space. The puzzles require some thought but aren't too hard. The game is short (less than an hour) and is only the first episode but the enjoyment I got out of it meant it was worth the price. As you get episode one you can then decide whether to take the story further. There are achievements you can go back for, but some of these might be more of a pain than they are worth. Although the completionist in you will want to at least try.

Not sure how they will do the other episodes yet, so watch this space.. Oh man.

I was not sure what to expect from this game. But boy, was I in for a sweet surprise.
This game is essentially a room escape game, with video elements integrated in.
And it works SO WELL.

A very enjoyable experience. First episode is very short, but well worth the cost.
I am excited for the remaining episodes to be released!!. Let's get it straight: Missing is not a bad game per se. The puzzles are good enough, and the scenario kind of makes you want to know more about the story. And yet I don't recommend it; why, you ask? Simply put, because this is supposed to be an episodic interactive story, but the studio that made the game closed its doors before finishing the game. Therefore you're left with a forever unfinished game, and a bitter taste in your mouth.

In this current state, it is impossible for me to recommend that game (that is one hour long!).. Awesome Game!

Little bit Shot..i think i played it 45min to complette the game once.

BUT for 3,99 its a very nice game :)

7\/10



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