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Beyond Eternity episode 1

by Brent Eakin

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17 Jun 2015
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Medium length game
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This game features voice acting.

About this game

Professors are disappearing out of thin air from West College. How long has this been happening? Where are the Professors going? Why do they not admit facts that others plainly see?

You explore West College to solve the mysterious professor disappearances. You must pay close attention to widely scattered clues. Along the way, you pick up scientific knowledge that uncovers many pieces of the mystery. Time and patience are needed to work through multiple challenging puzzles. Unraveling the evidence could be more important to the future of our Earth than you ever imagined.
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MyEakinBack has worked on 2 other games: (see them >>)
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vertigoaddict has worked on 7 other games: (see them >>)
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2 people commented on this game (newest first):

Tedium ad nauseum. The puzzles were not hard, but extensivr to the point of ennui. The game is (IMHO) unplayable without a hint/walkthrough, and I think the designer needs to remember that we play these games for pleasure. This is the only AGS game that I wanted to quit, I hope there is no sequel!
2018-03-29 10:45:24 by Wiggy
This game for me is sort of an unpolished masterpiece! It has been a long while since I have played a game quite so challenging, where even when I turn the game off and go out for the day, I will be sitting at lunch thinking ideas of how to progress further (when I should be socialising hehe). The game is also pretty non-linear, so if you get stuck with one thing, you can go off somewhere else, and find clues/ideas for other puzzles.

As I say it is a little unpolished, keep an eye on any light bulbs and test tubes you might have. I think maybe as you can hold more than one at a time, something happens where they can disappear.

But by all means, do not let this hold you back from playing this game, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
2015-08-06 18:04:52 by Andy
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