Anomaly Hunter: Sci-Fi hidden object puzzler about time-traveling detective

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    Anomaly Hunter - hidden object game with unique puzzle and time-traveling mechanics. Play as the detective, what should fix the time, grab the service robot and tame the chaos of time! Meet King Arthur in the Middle Ages, avoid mutants on wild planets and stand in line for sausage in the totalitarianism World - time-traveling detective has many work to do nowadays, doesn't he?

    Features:
    • Well-designed plot with various characters, plot twists and funny dialogues;
    • 11 original locations from different times and planets;
    • Time-traveling mechanics that affect locations;
    • The unique detailed visual style;
    • Gazillion of Easter eggs, most of them you won't find anyway ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.

    Free demo:
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    About us: Hook Games is a small developers team located in Ukraine. Anomaly Hunter is our first big project.

    Anomaly Hunter will be released in Q4, 2020. The game will be available on PC
    (Steam), Nintendo Switch.

    More information about the game:
    • Twitter: https://twitter.com/hookgames
    • Discord: https://t.co/NxEJbRWfiQ?amp=1
    • Website: https://hook.gg/
     
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