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Welcome to the Hector forums!

If you're curious about the series, head over to the iTunes App Store and download Episode 1 for the iPhone now!
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  • Cap'n Tyger;454401 said:
    It was honestly pretty much the only new announced game that I'm interested in, personally. Can't wait for the episodes to come out on PC!

    I feel the same but il check out the others as well but this seems the best one.
  • RAnthonyMahan;454038 said:
    Assuming it gets rated (submitting your games to the ESRB is completely optional, at least if you're not planning to release your games on a console), it's a pretty safe bet it'd be M.
    The Site says this game is intended for audiences 16 and older. I'm 16, so maybe I could convince my dad into letting me get it.

    On another note, I looked at the original site and I have to say this is pretty goddamn hilarious.
  • I loved this game! Can't wait for more! :)
  • How long is episode 1 (in comparison to say Puzzle Agent)? The game looks good, but I am not going to buy it if it is too short.
  • I haven't played the whole game yet, but most of the reviews of the iPhone version say anywhere from 2-3 to 3-5.

    Edit: Says right in the app store profile: "A good few hours worth of low action puzzle-solving gameplay". I don't think it's going to be any shorter than Puzzle Agent was.
  • Fantastic game. I can't wait to buy it again on PC to show my support for Straandlooper studios. I've been waiting for the next episodes since the day this was released on the iPlatform...and it's been quite some time. I hope this partnership with Telltale serves them well!
  • When can we pre order?
  • Its looking interesting.I like these season. From where i can download the season. When it going to launch for PC? Thanks for sharing. Keep updating.
  • Right now you can play episode one on ipod/iphone. The other versions should come this summer.
  • Strangely, Hector feels to me like an amazing fusion of both old-school LucasArts gameplay with Sierra-esque puzzles, which is actually kinda fun with how they made it work.
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