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This game combines a digital portal with a 3D floor plan to make you feel closer to the real world in the comfort of your home. Although it didn't have a strong puzzle component, it did give us the detective vibe. We also liked that we didn't have to go outside of the game portal for additional information. Adding an inventory basket would definitely make the game much easier to follow and improve the game flow. If you like "search and find" type of game while piecing together evidences in order to find the truth behind a mystery, then this might be the game for you!
The Pegasus Project is a prequel to Operation Mindfall. If you’ve played it’s outdoor counterpart, running around with your briefcase and an iPad, then you’ll know the drill! Spies, an evil corporation, mind control, and YOU! A brilliant team of secret agents.