Infected - The Twin Vaccine
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.8 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 3 Stamps
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Infected - The Twin Vaccine 

Stop a deadly virus that threatens all of humanity in Infected - The Twin Vaccine Deluxe, a chilling account of modern bio-terrorism. An unknown virus spreads throughout the city, forcing the area into quarantine. The first reported case of the virus was found in twin sisters Tiffany and Theresa Morrissey. Tiffany never survived and in the chaos of a citywide evacuation, Theresa is now missing.

  • find a young girl and save the world in this thrilling hidden object adventure
  • explore a deserted city to locate the cure to a deadly virus
  • search through numerous scenes and locate vital objects
  • solve a host of masterful puzzles while avoiding infection
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Reviews of Infected - The Twin Vaccine
 | Added on: October 3, 2012
I finished it today and I have to say the game was just about right. The graphics were outstanding! I loved the cut scenes. A movie within the game my husband kept on saying and I would just shh him lol. It was a wonderful game and the mini games, some original and the HO scenes were cool since not all were out there and it was sometimes a domino effect if you will. The end was awing? But for what I see on the gamer sights, depending on what level you play is the ending you get. Oh and that's another thing I liked. The custom level. So cool. Great game Gogii! So if you want to play it again, it'll end differently.
 | Added on: October 29, 2012
I have never before fussed about spelling and grammar issues in a video game, but if they're going to tell people what certain words mean, the creators should get their terminology right. 'Etymology' is the study of the history of words, not of insects. 'Entomology' is the term they should have used. It's easy to check on the Internet, so there's no excuse for this, especially in a Platinum-level game. Similarly, 'could of' instead of 'could have' is never okay in writing. This is too bad, because it's a potentially intriguing game. Even though the interface on a MacBook Air is a bit clumsy, I was quite prepared to immerse myself in it until that degree of error threw me out of the game.
 | Added on: September 4, 2012
Great scenes - well planned, realistic, no strange things like a cell phone in some 16th century scene. I really like the interactive part of the searches, a long list of items with only a few visible. Then you use what you've found to open, uncover, complete the remaining objects. The visible objects were not just out in the open, but blended in to the scene quite well - you have to look hard for some. I used the least help possible in the set up and really enjoy that mode. I like the use of the flashlight and lantern in dark places. I really did some searching and thinking, not just clicking the obvious. Got tripped up a few times, but that is the game. I used the hint button a few times and it is good a directing you to the correct scene with out wasting time. Even in the difficult mode it refilled quickly. This had a basic, good ending for the story line and left a good jumping off place for the sequel to begin in the bonus game. I usually hedge on buying platinum games, but I'm glad I bought this one.
 | Added on: October 2, 2012
I just finished playing this game, and including the bonus chapter it took about four hours. I would have liked a bit more game play for a platinum edition game, but the visual effects and puzzles made it worthwhile. The hidden object scenes had the traditional items that were readily visible, but there were also objects that you needed to perform additional tasks to find, which I liked. I also like games where you amass an inventory of items that need to be used in other scenes, so if you like to figure out what goes where and how things are used, I think you'll enjoy this game. I played on the most difficult mode (you can choose your desired level of difficulty) and it still wasn't too difficult. I was able to do most of the game on my own, though I resorted to the hint button a couple of times. I like a challenge, and this game was moderately challenging for me. I did like the fact that most of the time you could figure out what you were supposed to be doing - it's not one of those games where you know you're supposed to be able to use the hammer, but it's not working, and an hour later you figure out that you need to do something senseless to the hammer for it to work properly (I just made that example up [obviously] but I guess what I'm trying to get at is that I wasn't pulling my hair out trying to figure out some senseless sequence of events that I was supposed to complete, as I have in other games). I didn't really think the bonus chapter was very good - it seemed really easy compared to the rest of the game. Probably took about 15-20 minutes to complete. If I'd known that, I probably would've waited for the regular edition of the game to come out. If the bonus chapter had been great I would've given this game five stars, but as it is I'm sticking with four. The visuals in the game are awesome, the storyline is intriguing (although not for kids), and the game play flows well and is challenging without being unnecessarily frustrating.
 | Added on: September 10, 2012
I loved the game, the storyline kept me sunk in. The objects weren't too hard and weren't to easy, this was a good game for the money, i would highly recommend for anyone who loves these types of games.
 | Added on: September 23, 2012
Good graphics. Dark plot. Nice hidden object scenes with puzzles to solve to find objects.
 | Added on: September 1, 2012
This one is way different than any other hog I have played thus far. In the hidden object scenes you use items you find to obtain other items. All objects found serve a purpose in the scene. The hint button is very helpful and the story is also great and the graphics are also very good. I am completely satisfied with this purchase. I will play multiple times. I started playing yesterday and could not stop until I finished it which took about 5 hours. The only downside it was just too short.
 | Added on: October 10, 2012
The graphics were great, the HOGs were interesting and relatively challenging. But it was too easy, and the bonus game, while lengthier than some, wasn't worth the price of a platinum game.
 | Added on: September 11, 2012
Once you start, you will be hard pressed to stop and stay away. Extremely pleased that every item you have to find is used, no screens packed with junk that is irrelevant to game progress. Well worth the purchase!
 | Added on: October 1, 2012
This game was interesting it seemed short but it wasn't. It was okay. The characters seemed lifelike.
 | Added on: September 21, 2012
Just finished this game and the bonus chapter. I loved this game. I felt the storyline was okay, the HOGs were at time quite challenging, and I found myself getting emotionally involved with the characters. This game is definitely worth the money.. The theme may be a little to scary for the younger folks.
 | Added on: September 3, 2012
I found this game to be highly addictive. The scenes are beautifully rendered and full of detail but not so much that the they obscured the items needed for game play. I also liked the "behind the scenes" extra. It was fascinating to see a bit more of how a top game is created. I have played a lot of Hidden Object Games and this is one of the best I have ever experienced. I recommend The Twin Vaccine to anyone who loves originality, atmosphere and challenge.
 | Added on: September 21, 2012
This was truly an amazing game... It's the BEST game I've EVER played in my entire life as far as downloads on sites... I purchased it and it's truly ONE OF A KIND...The hidden object games are definitely unique.. This game draws you into it completely.. I just cannot explain how fantastic it was... The only problem I had with it was that it was a bit too short for me but then again I could have gone on and on and played this one for days but for a game I had to pay for this time ($6.99) being a Fun Pass member it was definitely worth it...Thanks Game House for the BEST game EVER!!!!!
 | Added on: September 16, 2012
I bought this game without trying it, and I am glad I did. It makes you ask, what is going to happen next?
 | Added on: September 4, 2012
Loved this game. Good storyline - actually watched the cut scenes. Hidden object scenes were enhanced by puzzles to solve to find all the objects. I wasn't lost on what to do or where to go. Nice flow to the game. Took app. 2 hours start to finish. I recommend it.
 | Added on: September 16, 2012
I absolutely loved this game. The graphics were awesome and the story line was well thought out. My only negative opinion about this game was that it was too short. I loved it so much that I wish it lasted longer.
 | Added on: August 31, 2012
like that u can make this game as easy or challenging as u'd like. like that every item u find in the HO portion of the game is used to find other items or to advance in the game. the story is intense. the trial hr flew by. the music enhanced the game. great job, guys...
 | Added on: September 27, 2012
This turned into one of my favorite HOGs due to the wonderful graphics and voice-over auditory additions. I especially appreciated the "Behind the Scenes" video. It gave me a sense of how much hard work goes into the creation of interactive gaming. The Gogii team creates some of my most favorite games. Gogii and Alawar are my two top favorites whenever I choose a game. The story line in this game is actually believable, and the player can easily get caught up in the scenarios. This is one game I could not stop playing until I had reached the end. It took me seven hours to play. Then, I went straight to the bonus chapter, which was really good too. I wish I had played the bonus game first because it gave me a lot of insight into the heart of the overall game. Thank you, Gogii Team, for your hard work and dedication to your art.
 | Added on: September 3, 2012
The game is extremely short, so not worth the Platinum Edition cost.
 | Added on: October 18, 2012
This game was fun a the beginning but got a little old after a while. Not many HOG scenes and few puzzles. More of chasing back and forth between scenes and putting things together. Storyline is weak and the father character is freaky. So is the guy called Carl. Switches between painted graphics and real photographs. Well-done is some aspects but got kinda boring.
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