Teenagent is a humorous point-and-click adventure. As teenager Mark Hopper, you've been enlisted by the RGB to solve the mystery of money that's been disappearing from safes. You can talk to people, use items in your inventory, and even combine items. Left click on things to look at them, and right click to use them. There is a lot of dialog in the game, and it's witty and sarcastic. Teenagent is basically a parody of its own genre, and it's nice to play a game that doesn't take itself too seriously. The music is decent and the graphics are often very detailed. Shareware v1.00 was self-published by Metropolis Software House. A second shareware version was released after Union Logic Publishing started distributing the game, but it appears to be the same other than the addition of references to Union Logic. The backgrounds were hand painted and there are over 20 000 frames of animation in the registered version. The music and voices are also pretty good. The registered version is 10 times longer than the shareware version.
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|Teenagent Shareware Episode (1,452,059 bytes)||1995-04-11||DOS|
|Teenagent v1.00 Shareware Episode (1,177,626 bytes)||1995-03-08||DOS|
I have found no ordering information for this game.
It can be downloaded in a Windows-compatible format from GOG for free.