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Release Date 30 Aug 2012
Release Type Freeware
Content Advisory Occasional, mild | None | Mild
Operating System Windows
Game Genre Sci-Fi
Game Type Investigative
Story Type Original
Play Length Medium Length Game
Language English
Graphics 6, 3
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Juicing up his story to gain fame, Agent Moss told everyone how he fought off giant spiders, growling dogs, hissing cats and an army of humans by using only his bare hands and large pulsing brain to escape earth. After hearing his amazing story, Omega 1 turned him into a special agent. Now Moss and two of Omega 1's best, are sent to find a saucer that went down somewhere on earth 5 days ago. The problem is, the humans have got to them already, and they're now being held in some sort of lab/military base. Agent Moss is now thrust into this life threatening situation, and knows full well that he's a fraud. Wishing he was back to his old job of abducting humans from a safe distance, he must now venture off with his fellow aliens, Slug and Scar, to find these downed agents. Help these aliens complete their mission and return home safely. Three playable characters Switch between 2 of them at almost any time 50 rooms 160 sounds April 26th 2014. / New music track added February 11th, 2014 / New animations for characters added

NickyNyce Everything

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Gray head beta tester
House of de Sade Voice of Melindra and Hag Ghost.
Hubris - a Popular Pub Pastime Testing
Journey To Hell testing and various advices
Monty the Komodo Dragon beta testing
OSD Moby GearWhaleDX Voice Acting
RAM Ghost Testing
Rat Channel Tester
Sheep Quest Testing, Proofreading
SLEUTH Voice acting
Tales help on early version of the game
Tales - Tech Demo German Version Proofreading
Technobabylon - Part 3: In Nuntius Veritas Testing
The Bum German proofreading
The Unprintable MAGENTA head beta tester
The Visitor Testing
The Visitor 3 Testing
Wages of Darkness beta testing
Yago, the Coquerrestrial Thank you for reporting some bugs.

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A Night That Wouldn't End Everything
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AGS Awards Ceremony 2018 Intro Show (music)
Bitstream Music
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Captain Disaster in: Death Has A Million Stomping Boots Testing
Dakota Testing
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The Journey of Iesir Demo Testing
The Visitor Testing and proofreader
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Bustin' the Bastille BASS template
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ColourWise Strips & Sprites
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Medieval Prisoner beta testing
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RAM Ghost Design, Scripting, Graphics
Red Hot Overdrive Cow Donation
Shifter's Box - Outside In Testing
Sinking [OROW] testing
Tales help on early version of the game
Tales - Tech Demo German Version Proofreading
The Bum German proofreading
The Visitor Testing
Towel Day - H2G2 Based Game Some Testing
Zombie Attack (BAKE SALE) Testing, Bake Sale Splash Screen


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By Mandle on 6 Oct 2014
The Visitor series are now rated amongst the best games I have played on the AGS engine! I cannot express how much I enjoyed these games. The author knows exactly how to tell an immersive story while providing mind-wracking puzzles, and at the same time never forgetting character development! Not an easy thing to pull off...

A true classic for adventure game fans!

By jojo on 21 May 2014
I really enjoyed this fun sequel. Nice artwork, sensible puzzles, and some very clever humour, all taken from an aliens pov. The abililty to quick jump to different areas via signs was helpful, as well as the brief peek screens to remind the player when characters should switch, showing how certain actions would connect to help the other character was a really 'nyce' touch. Going for the bonus achievements was alot of fun. Well done Nicky. Looking forward to the next chapter.
For the love of Mighty Mucus, take some time out from being a human and play this game.

By Fitz on 27 Apr 2013
Thoroughly enjoyable! If you liked the first Visitor game -- you will love this one. It's got the same tense, creepy atmosphere. It's got more puzzles -- which still manage to be perfectly logical, or at least very intuitive. Moss gets more screen time (alongside his fellow alien invaders), and becomes a more developed character this time. But he's still the same creepy, oddly funny guy that hates humans. By the end of the game so will you ;) Play both Visitor games NOW, you puny human!

By cat on 6 Apr 2013
The story is fun and the setting with the agents starting on top and on bottom was excellent. The backgrounds were even better than in Visitor 1. Also there are lots of animations and fitting sound effects. The puzzles were logical and fun and the pacing was great. I only wish that there was more interaction between the two player characters.

Great game!

By Tabata on 18 Sep 2012
This game is definitely a MUST PLAY for all of you who like the classic p&c adventure-games!
There is an interesting story, cool puzzles, different playable characters, lovely done graphics and animations, lots of humor and, and, and ... everything put together with a really lot of love to details.
Let me reveal just one of those as an example (don't be afraid, it's not about a puzzle): If you leave the character of Scar while he is standing on the roof of the building, change to Moss and go with him to the pathway outside (from where he can see that part of the roof), Nicky makes it happen that you can see Scar standing over there (even if it wasn't really necessary and most of the players won't get in this situation).
I am very proud to be chosen as a tester for this wonderful game and strongly recommend this one to be played and enjoyed.

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