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    Published: 2011-12-23, by .

    Move around, find the hidden objects and combine the items to help you advance

    5
    • Well-done
    • Graphics
    • Intriguing tmosphere
    • Paid version

    "The passenger that wasn't there"

    The Passenger is a mystery game for Android where your goal is to find the hidden objects to solve the mystery. To move the character, you just need to tap the screen and choose wherever you want to go. In addition, you can interact with the items that have a yellow glow and combine them so as to help you advance through the game.

    You need to collect the items in the inventory and use them whenever it's necessary (for example, to open a door). Combine the items is as easy as to drag some items over others and see if they work. The handmade graphics are well-done and realistic and the soundtracks helps the app provide a scenery that creates a mysterious and eerie atmosphere, perfect for the game.

    The game is surely entertaining and really addictive for all those who enjoy this type of games or maybe want to those who want to try them out. More options and a longer game are included in this paid version. Loading Home is the developer of The Passenger and the demo version of the game. If you enjoy adventure and mystery games, this is the perfect games for you. However, it could be much longer so as to compete with other similar apps.

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    Ana Appszoom logo

    by Ana , Appszoom

    Dec 23, 2011

    Users review

    from 647 reviews

    "Good"

    6.2

    Users comments

    Ramix Nudles

    by Ramix Nudles

    Jun 16, 2017  |  "Great"

    Finally made it through - even though I had to cheat. I'm glad I found a walk through. The graphics are beautiful, albeit a bit somber. The music is fitting. I have no idea what actually happens, as this is "part 1" - which I didn't find out until the end and web searches. Unfortunately, parts 2 through 5 don't appear to have materialized, so I'll NEVER know what happens. The game play is a bit stilted. Movement is slow, controls are minimal. Puzzles are awkward and solutions are cryptic. There's a lot of back and forth pacing that draws on and slows the pace even more. If it weren't for breaking down and finding a walkthrough, I would not have been able to finish. But aside from all that, I really DID like it... It's more like a slow and awkward graphic novel (comic book), and I appreciate the art and the fitting music. Too bad I'm 5 years too late.

    Denilson Sá

    by Denilson Sá

    Jun 11, 2017  |  "Good"

    Pretty, but feels slow. It has unskippable cutscenes that are landscape but play in the portrait orientation. You have to take notes or screenshots yourself, otherwise you will have to slowly​ walk 3 screens back to look again at a hint object, and then walk 3 screens again to the puzzle you tried to solve. The magnet puzzle also felt slow and unresponsive. In the elevator puzzle, it was almost impossible to see the lights.

    Michael Nation

    by Michael Nation

    Jun 11, 2017  |  "Good"

    A bit short. As well as I had no clue what's going on . A bit clueless. Decent would like to see more. I see its a test.

    Linus Liu

    by Linus Liu

    Jun 03, 2017  |  "Good"

    To be continued. Then?

    dodong abraham

    by dodong abraham

    May 31, 2017  |  "OK"

    The puzzles are a bit random but could you at least add an option for running. He walks so slow and he looks like he's suffering from epilepsy

    Gerardo Albay

    by Gerardo Albay

    May 27, 2017  |  "Good"

    Its pretty average