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  • Summary: Help Archie to overcome all of the pitfalls of a mad scientist's mansion in this funny action puzzle game! Archie and crazy professor Klumpfus are stuck in the professor's mansion. The latest experiment of the goofy scientist went all wrong, and weird lifeforms escaped from their containment. Now a paranoid central computer locked both heroes up!

    TEST YOUR SKILLS AND WIT IN 179 UNCANNY LEVELS!

    Archibald's Adventures offers gameplay mixed of action and puzzle elements with gradually rising complexity. The player starts as a boy on skateboard, but soon he will roll in robotic vehicle capable of riding on walls and ceilings, fly on jet device or remotely control mysterious floating bubble able to switch distant mechanism or transport objects in many tricky puzzles.

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    Download LITE version with 40 levels for free!
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    * Available in English, French, German, Russian and Czech language.
    * 4th place in Game Tunnel's 2008 Puzzle Game of the Year!

    You can find collection of walkthrough videos at http://archibald.rakeingrass.com/help.php

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  1. It's just been done better and bigger a hundred times before. [Feb 2011, p.103]
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  1. Apr 30, 2012
    10
    My favourite PSP Mini title. The visuals, music and level design are all great, and you get nearly 200 levels. Sure, there's a bit of repetition, and the story isn't profound (not that it's trying to be), but it's challenging and fun and a you get a lot of value for your money. Collapse