Wooga’s Agent Alice encapsulates a lot of what drove players to these mystery stories in the first place: Lovely artwork, interesting mini-games, and a tale that’s a bit cheesy, but still compelling. Unfortunately, long and frequent wait times bog the experience down quite a bit.
Agent Alice’s action spans across multiple episodes, starting with a story about a murderous horned king who controls vines and seemingly stepped out of a dream. There are a lot of “Whats” and “Whys” in each episode, most of which are uncovered via hidden object scenes.
Agent Alice’s hidden object scenes are fairly traditional. A mess of objects is scattered around each scene, paired with a list of stuff you need to find in the chaos. The faster you tap objects, the better: You’re awarded point multipliers if you move quickly. Said multipliers are the best way to earn stars for each hidden object scene, which in turn need to go towards story progression.Stars are one reason why Agent Alice moves pretty slowly. You frequently need to cough them up if you want to move ahead in the story, but earning them requires you to grind hidden object scenes over and over.
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