Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos

  • Cleverly hidden objects.
  • Great mini-games.
  • Travel all over the globe.
  • Uncover more clues in Interpol 2: Most Wanted
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 73

Review for game Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos

A mysterious and dangerous criminal believed to have been in hiding for over a decade, has suddenly re-surfaced. The target of your mission is Dr. Vladimir Chaosky, aka Dr. Chaos. Agencies have been trying to track him down since the Cold War, and now, more than ever, you must bring him to justice. Your mission is to apprehend the evil doctor through global investigative work. Your expertise in tracking fugitives and analyzing crime scenes will help you succeed.

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

August 4, 2007

Game Rank

3155 points

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Different in nature
December 31, 2011

I bought this game back in 08, but to discover that it was one of those games that moves around, this type of game may be good for some people, but for me, no only makes me dizzy but I actually hate them. Beside that it had nice graphics, nice hidden object scenes and if you like to be moving inside a bubble this game is for you.

October 25, 2012

You are sent on a series of 20 missions by Interpol to capture Dr. Chaos, an international criminal, who travels the world, with you always being one step behind. GAMEPLAY: There is no adventure per se. Each mission is a series of HOS, with each ending in a different puzzle (examples: what doesn?t belong, find 10 similar items) to analyze the crime scenes and pinpoint where he?s headed next. The missions are tied together with scripts from headquarter advising where you are going next and what Dr. Chaos has been up to. THE REST: Artwork is very detailed for each of the 14 places of interest in various countries, but HOG scenes are rather crowded and frequently of a similar color (ex: one HOS is largely gold items). Objects though are usually nicely sized. The graphics were clearer and crisper on a widescreen than they are on my 27? monitor ? which seems to be the case with a lot of the HOGs. Music and other sound effects are apropos for the locations. LENGTH: If you like a straight HOG with a few puzzles to keep it fresh, you will like this game. This is the third time I played and it took about 8 ? hours. I felt it was a bit too long, but if you?re a straight HOG lover (which is how I tried to rate it, to be fair), it may be just right for you. You can break at any point in the mission and it will hold your place.

We've been over this ground before haven't we?
December 29, 2011

After having played Interpol 2, which I rather liked, I decided that I would probably like this game. However, despite the pleasing graphics and a good soundtrack together with sometimes difficult-to-find hidden objects I soon found myself becoming a little bored when each new level in the game was simply a different combination of previous scenes with the occasional new scene thrown in and ultimately this repetitiveness left me knowing the locations of most items, in turn making the game less challenging as a result. After going over the same ground again and again I wanted nothing more than for the game to end instead of being prolonged in that way. I would not say that this was a bad game, simply rather repetitive though a stronger background story could have helped but sadly it was rather weak. I would recommend Interpol 2 over this first game though if you were to play it every other day then I guess it is an OK game.

January 21, 2012

If you need something to help you turn off the computer and go to sleep, then try this game--otherwise don't waste your time and brain cells! I found this game to be rather simplistic--the HO scenes were repetitive and often even asked for the same objects over and over! The storyline (I hate to call it a plot it was so flimsy) was laughable--maybe a young child might be entertained by it, but not an adult. It was actually quite childish and now that I think about it, perhaps it is supposed to be for younger players and that is why the adults are giving it so-so to bad reviews. In summary: boring game, repetitive HO scenes, childish story line, silly mini games (find 4 differences in the 2 pictures) and even goofy communication with the 'office' or interpol computer! Give this game a pass--unless you are looking for a game geared towards the younger generation or one you can play with a child.

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