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The Visitor 3
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|Short Game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium Length Game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full Length Game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|Non-Adventure Game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
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About this gameCommander Moss and his crew are back with another dangerous mission. An Omega 1 prisoner transport ship carrying two prisoners sent a distress beacon before disappearing from radar. President Gooman decides to send Slug, Scar, Commander Moss and his new human assistant, Head, to the ships last known coordinates. Moss and his crew must find this ship and rescue any survivors. Once there, Commander Moss soon realizes, there is more going on than a disabled ship. A new life form emerges and puts everyone on board the ship at risk. AGS version 3.2 Music by Problem Default AGS template controls The talk icon will disappear in rooms that it is not needed. This will make for less clicking while cycling through mouse modes. Small action sequence Over 35 rooms Over 250 sounds
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AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Game Created with AGS 2015
Nominated, Best Freeware Game Created with AGS 2015
Nominated, Best Writing 2015
Nominated, Best Gameplay 2015
Nominated, Best Puzzles 2015
AGS Panel Review
"The series improves from game to game with the latest installment reaching a new level of quality. The graphics are clear and detailed, puzzles are fun and the multiple player characters and various story lines converge smoothly. "
12 people commented on this game (newest first):
Great game, even if you have not played the previous two games (I have yet to, but they are definitely on my to play list!)
A very clever game that really called on all my reasoning
powers (Involving much talking to myself) to make progress.
Switching between two characters is challenging....but five!
I think that's correct if memory serves.
I got so into the game and attached to the crew that I felt
rather sorry for the poor little cleaning droid when it met its demise. The bit after the credits surprised me and made me smile. The End....Or is it? I do hope not.
I've played the first two parts, still, this part is playable and very enjoyable as a standalone episode. It was so intense I was thinking of ways to solve puzzles in bed for the next morning to try. The more you progress in the game the more it gets interesting. I felt the game was alive and talking back to me, challenging me, bugging and teasing me at times! Every element of an adventure game was used elegantly and boy was that a way to end a trilogy. I'm not sure if this term is correct but the graphics are morbidly cute. Every freakin pixel is in the right place. The backgrounds are so simple and abstract they drove me nuts on how simplicity is everything. After solving a few puzzles you get to set back and catch your breath while watching even more intenser cut scenes. This game is the first adventure game that I can actually see in an arcade or flipper machine one day.
Then there is the music... Problem made me question my ability to write AGS games music, and I have the nerve to call myself a musician and a guitarist, meh. The background music puts you instantly in the mood of the game, which I can't define, is it comedy? horror? cute? WHAT IS IT! I didn't care to bother as long as I'm enjoying it! The sound effects are massive and probably one of the main reasons this could be in an arcade machine.
The story is very well written and the gameplay never gets boring! I don't want to spoil game elements here but the gameplay and the switching between multiple characters is used cleverly and logically.
After finishing this game I was sad it ended, and I really wanted to hug NickyNyce. Thank you Nicky for allowing me to be part of this amazing game
One of the best game of 2015 I've played so far!
Well done! Cheers!
The polish on this game just gleams! There is never a moment where anything feels awkwardly directed AND:
EPIC SPACE SCENES ARE EPIC!!!