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It is up to Agent 351 to progress through 40 levels of these explosive questions to deliver the Royal Bank from danger and capture the cunning Le Petite.
The game presents questions in a multiple-choice format, each with four possible answers. It offers users a 50/50 lifeline to remove two incorrect choices and a pause option to let them thoroughly ponder puzzling problems. The player's goal is to respond correctly before time expires and the bomb detonates.
The original detective-style soundtrack suites the environment and adds explosive a dramatic touch to the game. Combination of entertaining cinematic sequences, intriguing gameplay and a large pool of thought-provoking questions makes Agent 351: Logic Bomb a good addition to a trivia lover's collection.
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