Over many years, Private investigator Alex Hunter had worked on dozens of cases involving murder, theft, bribery and fraud; and nothing fazed him. Until, a young lady came to his house asking him to help find her father, the renowned scientist, Professor Patterson.Read full description
Track down a missing scientist as you explore the place where reality meets illusion.
Over many years, Private investigator Alex Hunter had worked on dozens of cases involving murder, theft, bribery and fraud; and nothing fazed him. Until, a young lady came to his house asking him to help find her father, the renowned scientist, Professor Patterson. The professor had vanished from his house, without a trace, over a month ago. The police were called in but they were unable to find any clues. Coincidentally, neighbors reported having bizarre visions and suddenly finding themselves in strange places. Hunter took the case, thinking it would be a piece of cake…
Take on the role of Alex Hunter and investigate this mysterious disappearance. When you discover that the Professor’s experiments delved into the secret workings of the brain and mind control, the case takes a whole new twist. It’s up to you to follow the trail of clues and find out who has taken Professor Patterson, and intends to use his knowledge for evil purposes. Find the place where reality meets illusion! You will need to go head to head against a demented mind; a mind armed with the power to control yours!
Outwit and defeat a criminal brain!
Explore lush environments on your quest for the truth
A thrilling story that will lead you through sewers, a mental hospital, and into a bizarre alternative world.
Devious puzzles, clever mini games and highly detailed hidden object scenes
Bonus Chapter – Destroy the crime syndicate that masterminded the plan
Alex Hunter Lord of the Mind is a hidden object and adventure game that has you playing as a Private Detective hired to find a missing professor in the early 1900s. There are different difficulty modes with the easier settings giving you tutorials, a faster charging skip and hint feature, and requiring you to find less secrets in order to unlock a bonus chapter. The graphics are good for the most part and scenes can feature some animation. The puzzles aren't that interesting or anything unique but they do tend to be appropriate to the situation. For the low price this is a decent looking game with a good story and that is long enough that it will hold your attention for a while, worth a look for genre fans.
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