The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life

Eipix Entertainment proudly brings you the latest thrilling installment of The Andersen Accounts series! Since saving the city from dangerous criminals with new magical abilities, you’ve become a household name. You look forward to a rare evening in with your girlfriend, but your plans are interrupted when you receive a cryptic message and are attacked on the train! What’s more, it’s clear that the assailant has magical abilities when your hand starts turning into wood! Can you uncover who’s behind the attack and stop them from plunging the city into darkness in time? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

It is an okay length consisting of about 9 pages on the Strategy Guide which is longer than any of the 5 chapters within the main game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Loved the Music The Title Screen music was the bomb and my fav part of this game. The tensions in Bay City are rising as the conflicts between Marked and Unmarked people start to grow. The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is a wonderfully-crafted dystopian detective game that is both refreshing and riveting. Although the storyline could be interesting I found the graphics to be cartoonish at times and then dull and dark. There are a few Mini-Games that I really enjoyed playing but most of them are easily solved on the first attempt. Enjoyed the storyline. I was unimpressed with the CE BC so this version is probably the better choice. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics. Although it's still based upon a fairy tale rendition, this game is a little more realistic and doesn't rely so heavily on fictitious characters. Through sophisticated gameplay, The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is able to keep maintain the excitement from start to finish. As always, please try the demo before you buy since this game might be one you want to play.

As always, please try the demo before you buy since this game might be one you want to play. The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which make for an incredibly captivating game through and through. Meanwhile, Bay City is in turmoil resulting from the tattoo's Cecil unlawfully inked upon those with special abilities. Some of the HOP scenes were so dull and washed out that it was difficult to spot the required items. I was unimpressed with the CE BC so this version is probably the better choice. There are a few Mini-Games that I really enjoyed playing but most of them are easily solved on the first attempt. The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which makes for an incredibly captivating game through and through. The Andersen Accounts is back for another round of thrills and the tensions in Bay City are rising as the conflicts between Marked and Unmarked people start to grow. The Hidden Object Scenes quite frankly were located in uninteresting scenes, lacked detail, clarity, and color. I hope Eipix continues with this series and perhaps go so far as to create another new HOPA series in this same genre. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Cecil Hogg has been convicted and awaits transportation to the prison he'll soon call home. Mainly because the first game offered so little to do in each scene, which only had areas of interest available. I personally found the voice-acting of the protagonist a little odd, otherwise this game would have been perfect production-wise. I was really disappointed in the quality of the HO part of this game.


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Can TThe help him stop this gang of criminals before time runs out? Like the city itself, Chris must go head-to-head with his enemies of Super-powered criminals! The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which make for an incredibly captivating game through and through. Most of them consisted of a mixture of different types of HO styles or paned from one location to x. Chris Andersen helped to put Cecil behind bars, but Chris is no ordinary Mahjongg: Ancient Mayas, for he too bears the Mark of disgrace, and now someone wants him dead! Playing a fantasy game is fine Pirate Solitaire in a while but seems to be all there Nemos Secret: Vulcania. It is an okay length consisting of about 9 pages on the Strategy Guide which is longer than any of the 5 chapters within s main game. The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is a wonderfully-crafted dystopian detective game The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is both refreshing and riveting. Meanwhile, Bay City is in turmoil resulting from the tattoo's Cecil unlawfully inked upon those with special abilities. The tensions in Bay City are rising as the conflicts between Marked and Unmarked people start to grow. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics. Here's a recap of Adcounts: review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Cecil Hogg has been convicted and awaits transportation to the prison he'll soon call home. Like the excellent first game Anxersen, The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is an excellent hybrid between the true-crime and the dystopian genres.

Playing a fantasy game is fine once in a while but seems to be all there is. I hope Eipix continues with this series and perhaps go so far as to create another new HOPA series in this same genre. Those who hid in the shadows, those who went unnoticed, those who weren't identifiable until forced to bear the Mark. There are a few Mini-Games that I really enjoyed playing but most of them are easily solved on the first attempt. Can you help him stop this gang of criminals before time runs out? Detective Chris Andersen is on his way for a pleasant evening out with his girlfriend when he is approached by a stranger that transformed his body parts into wood. The storyline in this edition may not be the most fast-paced nor the most action-packed, but it is consistently paced and the delivery is definitely impeccable IMHO. The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life took me under four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Loved the Music The Title Screen music was the bomb and my fav part of this game. I really loved this sequel which took me about four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. In the CE version, each scene has a hidden Can of Spraypaint but they are so large and obvious I wondered why they even bothered? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics.

I thought Acclunts: gameplay was sophisticated enough to Anderen the excitement from start to finish. Happy gaming! I highly recommend! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Loved the Music The Title Screen music was the bomb and my fav part of this game. Just photo shots of different this. The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is a wonderfully-crafted dystopian detective game that is both refreshing and riveting. The 7 Wonders: Magical Mystery Tour Accounts: The Price of a Life took me under four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. The Hidden Object Scenes quite frankly were located in uninteresting scenes, lacked detail, clarity, and color.


Mainly because the first game offered so little to do in each scene, which only had areas of interest available. I really loved this sequel which took me about four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. The characters, the voice overs, game play, story line, I really loved this and its made me want to play the others in this series! The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which makes for an incredibly captivating game through and through. There are a few Mini-Games that I really enjoyed playing but most of them are easily solved on the first attempt. I was unimpressed with the CE BC so this version is probably the better choice. Eipix did an amazing job with the intricate artwork and epic visuals, along with the breathtaking musical score. I loved this whole thing however. Those who hid in the shadows, those who went unnoticed, those who weren't identifiable until forced to bear the Mark. Can you help him stop this gang of criminals before time runs out? The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is a wonderfully-crafted dystopian detective game that is both refreshing and riveting. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics. Did anybody else get a case of Deja-Vu while playing this game? Detective Chris Andersen is on his way for a pleasant evening out with his girlfriend when he is approached by a stranger that has transformed his body parts into wood.

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  1. I really loved this sequel which took me about four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Loved the Music The Title Screen music was the bomb and my fav part of this game. Eipix did an amazing job with the intricate artwork and epic visuals, along with the breathtaking musical score. Although it's still based upon a fairy tale rendition, this game is a little more realistic and doesn't rely so heavily on fictitious characters. The storyline is neither the most fast-paced nor the most action-packed, but it is consistently paced and the delivery is definitely impeccable.

  2. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Cecil Hogg has been convicted and awaits transportation to the prison he'll soon call home. I was really disappointed in the quality of the HO part of this game. Like the city itself, Chris must go head-to-head with his enemies of Super-powered criminals!

  3. Like the first game, The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is an excellent hybrid between the true-crime and the dystopian genres. I was unimpressed with the CE BC so this version is probably the better choice. After completing the CE BC you can go into the collectibles to retrieve any spray paint cans you missed, and all of the CE Achievements are doable. So I forgive them for the easy.

  4. The storyline is neither the most fast-paced nor the most action-packed, but it is consistently paced and the delivery is definitely impeccable. Happy gaming! The characters, the voice overs, game play, story line, I really loved this and its made me want to play the others in this series!

  5. The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which make for an incredibly captivating game through and through. The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is a wonderfully-crafted dystopian detective game that is both refreshing and riveting. The characters, the voice overs, game play, story line, I really loved this and its made me want to play the others in this series!

  6. After completing the CE BC you can go into the collectibles to retrieve any spray paint cans you missed, and all of the CE Achievements are doable. I really loved this sequel which took me about four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter takes place the morning after the Main Game's timeframe, you won't play as Chris, but any more information will give away the plot of the main game. I was unimpressed with the CE BC so this version is probably the better choice. I personally found the voice-acting of the protagonist a little odd, otherwise this game would have been perfect production-wise.

  7. In the CE version, each scene has a hidden Can of Spraypaint but they are so large and obvious I wondered why they even bothered? As always, please try the demo before you buy since this game might be one you want to play. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter takes place the morning after the Main Game's timeframe, you won't play as Chris, but any more information will give away the plot of the main game. The storyline is neither the most fast-paced nor the most action-packed, but it is consistently paced and the delivery is definitely impeccable.

  8. The characters, the voice overs, game play, story line, I really loved this and its made me want to play the others in this series! The hidden object scenes are creative and highly interactive, while the puzzles are fun and clever. Like the excellent first game , The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is an excellent hybrid between the true-crime and the dystopian genres. The Hidden Object Scenes quite frankly were located in uninteresting scenes, lacked detail, clarity, and color. Most of them consisted of a mixture of different types of HO styles or paned from one location to another.

  9. The hidden object scenes are creative and highly interactive, while the puzzles are fun and clever. It just wasn't fun, and the graphics are very badly done. As always, please try the demo before you buy since this game might be one you want to play. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics.

  10. In the CE version, each scene has a hidden Can of Spraypaint but they are so large and obvious I wondered why they even bothered? Meanwhile, Bay City is in turmoil resulting from the tattoo's Cecil unlawfully inked upon those with special abilities. Like the excellent first game , The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life is an excellent hybrid between the true-crime and the dystopian genres. Date published:

  11. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Cecil Hogg has been convicted and awaits transportation to the prison he'll soon call home. Chris Andersen helped to put Cecil behind bars, but Chris is no ordinary man, for he too bears the Mark of disgrace, and now someone wants him dead! The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which makes for an incredibly captivating game through and through.

  12. There are a few Mini-Games that I really enjoyed playing but most of them are easily solved on the first attempt. Those who hid in the shadows, those who went unnoticed, those who weren't identifiable until forced to bear the Mark. Did anybody else get a case of Deja-Vu while playing this game? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Berry from Confusing gameplay and horrible graphics.

  13. The storyline development and the buildup to the revelation leave enough room for suspense, which makes for an incredibly captivating game through and through. The characters, the voice overs, game play, story line, I really loved this and its made me want to play the others in this series! The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life took me under four hours to complete and it was a thrill ride all the way through.

  14. The hidden object scenes are creative and highly interactive, while the puzzles are fun and clever. The tensions in Bay City are rising as the conflicts between Marked and Unmarked people start to grow. Hope this game continues with Part 3 later in the year. After completing the CE BC you can go into the collectibles to retrieve any spray paint cans you missed, and all of the CE Achievements are doable. I highly recommend!

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