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Adam Wolfe: Episode 1 - The Ancient Flame

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Based on 4 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCOct 7, 2016

Developer: Mad Head Games

Genre: Adventure

Step into the shoes of Adam Wolfe, investigator of the supernatural. Driven by your sister’s mysterious disappearance, take to the brooding streets of San Francisco, where crime and paranormal occurrences intertwine in dark corners. Solving one mystery after another, slowly unravel a larger conspiracy that could lead you to your missing sibling, but may also drag you into the abyss forever. Use your wits, your detective instincts and, when all else fails, your six-shooter in this psychological thriller packed with more than 8 hours of challenging gameplay. Secret societies, unnatural afflictions and ancient covenants await you in Adam Wolfe's exciting 4 episodes! Become the Detective. Become Wolfe.
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Reviews

Adam Wolfe Episode 1: The Ancient Flame does well as an introduction, and does the right things to keep you clamming for more of its mystery.

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'Adam Wolfe' is a somewhat pretty and ultimately routine HOPA. It differs little from its predecessors in this genre, and as sheer time-wasters go it pales in comparison to so many other casual and, I dare to say it, social media games. The folks over at Madhead are clearly lovers of the HOPA but this a niche field to say the least, and 'Adam Wolfe' has little mainstream appeal.

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You can expect well made puzzles, gorgeous graphics, as well as a really interesting story line that will have you on the edge of your seat.

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Adam Wolfe is truly a pleasant surprise from Serbia that once again proves that even small indie games are able to compete with bigger budget projects. At least the first episode managed to do so.

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