The Institute - A Becky Brogan Adventure

An eccentric doctor, Dr. Benjamin Gentle, and his unconventional treatment methods have Becky Brogan scouring the grounds of a spooky Institute! Find a missing nurse and discover exactly what took place at The Institute. Search different rooms and learn about each patient in this dark Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Tackle tricky puzzles and more in The Institute: A Becky Brogan Adventure!

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Its all reading. Lots of reading, if you like that sort of thing. They were cute, and added a little welcome lightheartedness to the game. At one point, I Instittute myself almost nose to nose with the screen. Too fuzzy. Zumas Revenge whole point of the adventure is supposedly solving this long-cold case, but the actual investigation feels like an afterthought. That was funny. The hidden object searches of The Institute are ordinary and dull, but finding all of the bears is The Institute - A Becky Brogan Adventure satisfying challenge. So, here's how this game works: Advenhure difficult to see "hidden object hunting" followed by more Halloween: Trick or Treat 2 difficult to see "compare the two scenes" and ending with a "scary jigsaw puzzle" - that I could actually see. I gave up reading all these very early in the game. I gues it's one redeeming feature is Broagn doesn't have you going to the same scenes over and over. The designers throw in a few token notes and letters - all nicely bloodied and torn - to cram in a story line Caves And Castles: Underworld, sorry guys, it doesn't exist, not really. I like the fact that Ihstitute don't have to go from room to room. The Hidden Objects can be a little hard to see.

It drew you in and then let you down a bit at the end but there it is. The puzzles are too easy, the graphics blurry at best, the objects unidentifiable, and the potential for enjoyment not obivious. I gues it's one redeeming feature is it doesn't have you going to the same scenes over and over. The only trouble was, it ended quite abruptly, without any satisfying resolution. No action, no exploration, no useful objects, complete linearity. The hint recharge time is ok, not super quick but not too slow. I did like the dark, ominous music but that is not enough to recommend this game. Even some objects that are not part of a search are undefinable. This could of been a really great game if it had some character interaction,better graphics, and not the same music throughout the game. That was funny. Give it a whirl though as you just might enjoy it which I hope you do however minutes was enough for me. Don't get this game if you are looking for something relaxing! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Hookedonbigfish from No Plot, No story, no Point The title suggested an adventure - there was no adventure, no plot, no story and really no point to the game at all. Don't waste your time on this one when there are so many other really good games out there to play.

There have been a few games I didn't mind the reading but they were very interesting and while this story sounded interesting the reading wasn't as I found Medieval Defenders clicking through Dream Inn: Driftwood pretty quick. It's just hidden object scenes, one after the other, with the added bonus of one or two simple puzzles within the scene, with a small inventory of objects, which opens up other scenes. So, here's how this game works: blindingly difficult to see "hidden object hunting" followed by Dark Dimensions: City of Ash Collectors Edition blindingly difficult to see "compare the two scenes" and ending with a "scary jigsaw puzzle" - that I could actually see. The Ikibago line looked good but it just didn't get off the ground. The story sounded really awesome about a nurse that goes missing when I first started playing but it went down hill pretty quick for me but I hung in there for about 30 minutes - somewhere between there just thinking it might pick up a bit - NOT. I gues it's one redeeming feature is it doesn't have you going to the same scenes over and over. The graphics are very poor in my opinion as I had to use more hints than I usually do in hidden object games. I would Pet Hotel Tycoon that even Adevnture most avid of hidden object gamers give this game a miss. Boy, it's dark in there and hard to see things! A Adevnture and a doctor have gone missing.


Don't waste your time on this one when there are so many other really good games out there to play. I just clicked in the tree branches and the blurry window panes, and I eliminated 9 of the 12 items, without even seeing what they were, other than flashes on the screen as they went to the great unidentified object burial grounds. The hint recharge time is ok, not super quick but not too slow. However, you can collect teddy bears and use them as extra hints. This is a very eerie, dark kind of game, nice for Halloween. No running around, back and forth, just objects to find. At one point, I found myself almost nose to nose with the screen. As an improvement, hidden object scenes don't repeat, and there is no penalty for wrong clicks. Too much being to much I quit the demo after 22 minutes and uninstalled it. It's not a big story, but I found myself driven to find out what happened, enough to want to plough through the challenges. It's quite a strange game, and I didn't like it instantly. I wasn't even interested enough to continue the game to find out what happened to the nurse. Its all reading.

Related Stories. The majority of HOs are ridiculously tiny [so are the differences], or perfectly invisible or totally unrecognizable; I had to find a TV set which didn't look like a TV set at all. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Hookedonbigfish from No Plot, No story, no Point The title suggested an adventure - there was no adventure, no plot, no story and really no point to the game at all. The hidden object searches of The Institute are ordinary and dull, but finding all of the bears is a satisfying challenge. One other thing: the name should be "Becky Brogan: The Institute. I can't even recommend this game to HOG lovers, they deserve better. I wasn't even interested enough to continue the game to find out what happened to the nurse. It's not a big story, but I found myself driven to find out what happened, enough to want to plough through the challenges. There have been a few games I didn't mind the reading but they were very interesting and while this story sounded interesting the reading wasn't as I found myself clicking through it pretty quick. Some of the scenes were a little dark, but there were some more colorful scenes further along the game. Unlike the other Becky Brogan game, this has unlimited hints and creepy music, rather than creepy sounds. So, here's how this game works: blindingly difficult to see "hidden object hunting" followed by more blindingly difficult to see "compare the two scenes" and ending with a "scary jigsaw puzzle" - that I could actually see. And there are many.

The whole point of the adventure is supposedly solving this long-cold case, but the actual investigation feels like an afterthought. There is little to say about it, actually: the graphics are more than mediocre, it's only HO Scenes upon HO Scenes with uninteresting puzzles in between, like "find the differences", "jigsaw puzzle", etc In this game, many of the hidden objects are very hard to find. University student Becky Brogan is investigating a decades-old unsolved case about a doctor and nurse who went missing from a mental facility. Too fuzzy.. And there are many. Its all reading. This second adventure here I thought would be way more interesting since she's in college now. If you want adventure mixed in, this is not it. I kept yelling "Is there anyone in there, if so, please turn on the light switch! This one is similar to the other one. The game was tied down with hidden object scene after hidden object scene interdispersed with the occasional spot the difference or the spasmodic inclusion of a jigsaw puzzle. Sorry Gamehouse.

11 thoughts on “The Institute - A Becky Brogan Adventure

  1. Lots of reading, if you like that sort of thing. At one point, I found myself almost nose to nose with the screen. Dull, repetitive, story told too slowly. I would suggest that even the most avid of hidden object gamers give this game a miss. The graphics leave a lot to be desired and while I realize it takes place in an abandoned medical facility the rooms were so dark it was very difficult to identify most of the objects you were supposed to find.

  2. I can't even recommend this game to HOG lovers, they deserve better. One bear is hidden in each level the rare occasions one is missing are pointed out to you , and finding them will be tough even for HOG experts. A nurse and a doctor have gone missing. I would suggest that even the most avid of hidden object gamers give this game a miss. Mini-games are ok.

  3. In this game, many of the hidden objects are very hard to find. The graphics leave a lot to be desired and while I realize it takes place in an abandoned medical facility the rooms were so dark it was very difficult to identify most of the objects you were supposed to find. I loved the storyline, very intriguing and I was drawn into it, quite disturbing, creepy and intricate. The hint recharge time is ok, not super quick but not too slow. The hidden objects were, in most cases, very hard to find and discern amongst the dark and dingy backgrounds and the spot the differences were just as small and difficult to find.

  4. In another scene you are supposed to find "objects that don't make sense", such as handcuffs and a clock. And there are many. It was one hidden object scene after another and the whole thing had no oomph.

  5. No action, no exploration, no useful objects, complete linearity. I gave up reading all these very early in the game. This could of been a really great game if it had some character interaction,better graphics, and not the same music throughout the game. The hint is also OK on charging back up - not super fast but not really slow either.

  6. Little by little, you discover information about them and some of the children. One bear is hidden in each level the rare occasions one is missing are pointed out to you , and finding them will be tough even for HOG experts. In one scene, a big lump of brown; was it as bread loaf or a giant slug?

  7. Just a very boring game in my opinion. And there are many. I kept yelling "Is there anyone in there, if so, please turn on the light switch! The story is about an abandoned hospital for mentally disturbed children. There have been a few games I didn't mind the reading but they were very interesting and while this story sounded interesting the reading wasn't as I found myself clicking through it pretty quick.

  8. There isn't charaters that interact with one another, or really any reason how you got to which room you're in to the next. I didn't have either of the above mentioned objects and as a result kept leaning closer and closer in to my monitor. It was one hidden object scene after another and the whole thing had no oomph.

  9. I wasn't even interested enough to continue the game to find out what happened to the nurse. I'll never know. I gues it's one redeeming feature is it doesn't have you going to the same scenes over and over.

  10. Too much being to much I quit the demo after 22 minutes and uninstalled it. It's quite a strange game, and I didn't like it instantly. And there are many.

  11. The majority of HOs are ridiculously tiny [so are the differences], or perfectly invisible or totally unrecognizable; I had to find a TV set which didn't look like a TV set at all. They were cute, and added a little welcome lightheartedness to the game. The designers throw in a few token notes and letters - all nicely bloodied and torn - to cram in a story line but, sorry guys, it doesn't exist, not really.

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