Phineas and Ferb: Agent P vs. The Puzzle-Inator Review
Pros & Cons:

Pros: Great Cinematics, Fun Gameplay

Cons: Tedious to Learn At First

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This game, based on a Disney’s show, challenges users to take on the role of a secret agent to help out Agent P – aka Harry the Platypus. The game consists of saving Agent P in various missions by solving puzzles. The puzzles consist of you having to get multiple items to build a device to free Agent P.

Jumping through multiple scenes trying to find items can be a bit tedious, and if you don’t read the tutorial right away you can easily get lost. Picking up the wrong items causes your time of 2 minutes to run down even faster, though after you’ve gathered all the materials you’re given a blueprint where you’re timed again to assemble the device. Assembling the devices requires you to twist and turn parts to fit them accordingly, and afterwards you are greeted by cutscenes. The cinematic that ties into the characters really are great for a kids game. It brings a story-feel to the missions and a sense of comic relief to the game.

Overall the game is geared towards fans of the show and for that matter younger kids that enjoy these sort of puzzle games. A bit of repetitive game style for those who play it a lot, but overall if you’re a fan of the show and like the characters the game is definitely a good buy. Check it out in the app-store today.

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