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Teenagent (Amiga)

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Description

You take the role of Mark Hopper, an ordinary teenager who gets hired by the RGB intelligence (he was selected by a fortune teller) to solve the mystery of gold disappearing from the Mega Bank. But first you're sent to the RGB training camp where you'll have to pass the three trials!

Teenagent is a humorous point-and-click adventure, originally available as shareware, but the DOS version was later re-released as freeware. You control Mark Hopper with a mouse - click on where you want him to go, left-click on objects and people to look at them, and right-click on them to interact with them. By moving the cursor to the top of the screen, you bring up your inventory.

(Note: the game isn't connected in any way to the 1991 movie Teen Agent.)

Screenshots

Teenagent Amiga Fried sergeant
Teenagent Amiga Searching for agent
Teenagent Amiga Gold transport
Teenagent Amiga Shotgun on the wall

Alternate Titles

  • "Teen Agent" -- Common title
  • "Nowy Teenagent" -- Polish enhanced CD-ROM re-release title
  • "Agent Mlíčňák" -- Czech title

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The Press Says

Świat Gier Komputerowych Jun, 1996 22 out of 30 73

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Trivia

CD Version

The CD version of Teenagent was the first Polish game released on CD. It features voice acting by writers from one of biggest Polish game magazine at that time.

Free Releases

Teenagent was the 100th game released by GOG.com. The game was and (currently) still is provided free-of-charge to newly subscribed users.

Information also contributed by JRK.

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Blod (84) added Teenagent (Amiga) on Mar 03, 2004
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