The Passenger

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    Published: 2011-12-23, by .

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

    • 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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    by Ana , Appszoom

    Dec 23, 2011


    Short and experimental adventure game
    Get involved in a world where you will be solving logical puzzles, brain teasers and mini-games.

    Discover a relaxing experience designed specialy for mobile devices with an original and innovative Point-and-click graphic adventure game.

    Enjoy beatiful 2D hand-drawn backgrounds and character animations.
    Original soundtrack composed specially for the game that will involve you in the appropiate atmosfere.

    You won't find any lengthy boring dialogs in this indie puzzle / adventure game.

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    Users comments for The Passenger

    Josh Davison

    by Josh Davison

    Sep 27, 2017  |  "OK"

    This game is far too short--finished in about half an hour! The animation is very bad and story is non-existent. The puzzles are not intuitive and no explanation is given as to how to complete them. As an experimental project, however, it's fine. The ambient music is adequate and backgrounds are attractive. Despite needing a lot of work, as "episode 1" this shows promise, but I wouldn't hold my breath for anything further since it hasn't been updated for nearly 3 years.

    C. Norton

    by C. Norton

    Sep 26, 2017  |  "Good"

    Too short I'm not sure exactly what was happening. It needs some dialogue or video to explain. No story that makes any sense. I'd play a lengthier version if it came out though

    Samarth Singh

    by Samarth Singh

    Aug 27, 2017  |  "Good"

    The game is non realistic, with weird codes and you have to note or remember them... this makes the game less payable. Story wise, it is good, the passenger is a sentimental dude who keeps travelling, and seeing old pics and crying and such cutscenes appear.... But the story is not clear at all.

    Lea Moor

    by Lea Moor

    Aug 26, 2017  |  "Good"

    This game could be so much better. It has the potential. I hope you continue to improve the quality of the game.

    Amber Iddings

    by Amber Iddings

    Aug 15, 2017  |  "Good"

    has alot of potential -if there was an actual full length game involved, the description does say short- but come on .... you pick up a photo and out of nowhere Boom! games over! laaaame

    malcolm s grant

    by malcolm s grant

    Aug 14, 2017  |  "Great"

    Beautifully looking game!