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Mini Interview – Puzzle Agent 2: What Does Graham Annable Think?

By Marty Mulrooney

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Following the recent release of Puzzle Agent 2 (reviewed here), AMO caught up with cartoonist/animator/illustrator Graham Annable to discuss the game in an exclusive online mini interview!

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GAME REVIEW – Puzzle Agent 2

By Marty Mulrooney

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A direct sequel to last year’s superb Puzzle Agent by Telltale Games, Puzzle Agent 2 once again sees players taking control of FBI Agent Nelson Tethers (Department of Puzzle Research) as he investigates a series of mysterious disappearances in the sleepy town of Scoggins, Minnesota. Featuring the stunning artwork of Graham Annable, Puzzle Agent 2 is certainly a winner in the looks department. But, does it have the puzzles to match?

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Mini Interview – Puzzle Agent: What Does Graham Annable Think?

By Marty Mulrooney

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Following on from the success of AMO’s Tales Of Monkey Island mini interviews last year (What Does Dominic Armato Think?) I decided to go out on a limb and invite Grickle creator Graham Annable back to chat with us once more in an exclusive mini interview, this time specifically regarding his new game Puzzle Agent (recently reviewed here). I was delighted when he accepted my offer! As expected, Graham was an absolute pleasure to interview again: he not only reveals his innermost thoughts on the game, but also offers a small glimmer of hope for fans itching to see more of Nelson Tethers in the future…

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GAME REVIEW – Puzzle Agent

By Marty Mulrooney

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Puzzle Agent is Telltale Games’ first foray into their online ‘pilot’ scheme, where they create a single game episode to see how well it works, with a view for later expansion. I don’t think they could have chosen a better starting point! On a technical level at least, Puzzle Agent is stunning: the artwork of Graham Annable brought to life. But of course, any game with the word ‘puzzle’ in its title had better deliver some solid brainteasers…

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