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Agent A: A puzzle in disguise

By Yak & co

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Agent A, your new mission is in from headquarters. An enemy spy known as Ruby La Rouge has been targeting our secret agents. Your mission is to find and capture her.

First we need you to follow Ruby, then locate and infiltrate her secret lair. Once inside it is imperative that you uncover her plans.

Oh and agent... do be careful. Miss La Rouge has a taste for dismissing agents such as yourself.


Agent A: A puzzle in disguise is an episodic tale of espionage spanning five chapters:

Chapter 1 - A puzzle in disguise
Chapter 2 - The chase continues
Chapter 3 - Ruby's trap
Chapter 4 - A narrow escape (OUT NOW!)
Chapter 5 - The final blow (2018 Q2)

You play as Agent A, your mission (should you choose to accept it) is to infiltrate the secret hideout of Ruby La Rouge and apprehend or neutralise the target.

Uncover a stylish 60s themed world full of retro futuristic contraptions, hidden gizmos, gadgets and clever logic based puzzles. But do be warned… Ruby La Rouge is no spy to be taken lightly! Explore a labyrinth of perplexing puzzles in this quirky game of cat and mouse that’ll have you wondering whether you’re the cat… or the mouse!!

Notice something strange or out of place? Making mental notes and observations (like a good secret agent) will aid you in solving tricky puzzles later on. As you explore Rubys secret hideout, collecting objects and using them cleverly is crucial in unlocking a trail of puzzles leading you ever closer to your target!

Agent A features:
* Stylish 1960’s inspired art
* 26 environments to explore, 72 inventory based puzzles and 42 puzzle screens
* 13 achievements to collect, for the trophy hunter in all of us
* Available in fully translated English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian versions


If you like escape games, you will love Agent A!

One Purchase - No In App purchases.

***** Game of the Year AGDA 2016 Winner *****
***** Awarded Apple's Best of 2015 *****
***** PAX Indie Showcase Winner 2017 and 2015! *****
Number 1 puzzle & adventure game in 72 countries. Apple's Editors Choice in 30 countries and Best New Game in over 100 countries.

4.5/5 Apple n Apps "Agent A is an outstanding puzzle adventure that delivers a must have iOS experience."

4/5 Touch Arcade "This is one of the most playable and least frustrating adventure games I've played, and it speaks to the strength of the game design that it is great."

AppUnwrapper "Agent A feels like something really special."


Are you clever enough to outsmart Ruby? Slip into the exciting world of espionage with Agent A now!

What's New in Version 4.0.0

Chapter 4: A Narrow Escape is out now! Agent’s, your new mission is in. The next chapter in our episodic tale of espionage has arrived and is a free update for all existing players!

Pick up the trail of the elusive Ruby La Rouge as you explore 10 beautiful new game environments filled with hidden gizmos, gadgets and a plethora of new puzzles. Sneak deep down inside Ruby’s Bond-esque underground hideout, uncover a gadget laboratory where Ruby builds her crazy traps and inventions, traverse new outdoor environments along the cliff top edges of Ruby’s island and scale to the top of giant communication tower high above Ruby’s lair.

Chapter 4 is filled with exciting new story moments as the plot continues to untangle and Agent A attempts to uncover Ruby’s devious plans.

To all our secret agent fans out there we thank you for playing, you are awesome! We’re so excited to share with you our greatest chapter yet. Happy sneaking :)

PS. Chapter 5 is targeted for Q2 2018.


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Customer Reviews

Love it!

It's a great game! I like the comments that Agent A makes on Ruby's objects (whether they are useful tools or not). The setting for how to use different objects is also very good. You actually need some brain and common sense to be able to get the solutions, but they are not that hard to get to. I particularly liked the part in Chapter 4 of filling the empty bucket with water and pouring it on the electricity box to get through the walls of the signal tower. And the part of the steam in the bathroom showing the solution to the clock in Chapter 1 (or maybe it's 2). Graphics also nice!

One thing which might be a flaw though:
I think a normal agent/spy will not simply just believe every word the enemy says. But in Chapter 3, it looks like that Agent A just believed that hitting the red button would stop the bomb. Of course, she had nothing better to do then, being locked and watched by Ruby. But I would expect at least a few sentences of doubts, thoughts and struggles in her mind. Same problem in Chapter 4. I would assume that, after hitting the button and blowing up the bridge at the end of Chapter 3, Agent A will feel at least some guilt or regret, but I don't see much of it.

Overall, great game but there is definitely room for improvement!

Can't wait for Chapter 5!

Good game, needs more puzzle, less spot-the-monkey

I enjoyed the game and will keep playing, but the latest update left me cold.
In the fourth section in particular, there are all these visual clues running through but we never actually meet the puzzles — instead you’re just trotting from screen laboriously back to start to gather scraps of blueprint. Who cares?
There were too often stretches with very little breadth in story 4. Most of the time I spent with only one puzzle in front of me, rather than having multiple fronts to work against. The game is much more fun when I have six things I know are clues and three things I need to find solution for. (Earlier sections do better on this.)
Finally, the pinch to step back is cute in theory but slow in practice and often unreliable. I’d much rather have a plain old back button at the bottom of the inventory pane.

Will the sequel continue?

It’s absolutely fantastic to play this game and I really appreciate the smarty developers. I finished the Chapter(4) within an hour so, I think my brain is good enough to solve as I has already known the previous chapters in details. It doesn’t take time for me to solve C-4. Just asking that after Chapter(5), will this be end? I want to continue playing. If so, just has to end Chapter(5) with sorrow.

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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  • $4.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 4.0.0
  • Size: 654 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Apple TV: Yes

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