A suave secret agent escape room. Use your Bond like detective skills to infiltrate enemy spy Ruby La Rouge's secret hideaway and put a stop to her evil plans before she escapes!

Are your secret agent skills on point? Find out as you assume the role of Agent A in this award winning indie point & click adventure full of retro futuristic contraptions, hidden objects, gadgets and clever logic based puzzles. But do be warned… Ruby La Rouge is no spy to be taken lightly! Explore a labyrinth of perplexing puzzles in this quirky game of cat and mouse that’ll have you wondering whether you’re the cat… or the mouse!!

Notice something strange or out of place? Making mental notes and observations (like a good secret agent) will aid you in solving tricky puzzles later on. As you explore Ruby's secret hideout, collecting hidden objects and using them cleverly is crucial in unlocking a trail of puzzles leading you ever closer to your target!

• Stylish 1960's inspired art
• 35 unique environments to explore and escape
• 100 inventory-based puzzles, hidden objects and secrets to uncover
• 50 puzzle screens
• 30 achievements to collect, for the trophy hunter in all of us

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise is an episodic tale of espionage spanning five chapters:

Chapter 1 - A puzzle in disguise
Chapter 2 - The chase continues
Chapter 3 - Ruby's trap
Chapter 4 - A narrow escape
Chapter 5 - The final blow

If you like escape rooms you will love Agent A.
Good luck Agent!

What’s New

Version 5.3.2

Minor update to minimize data collection.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8.2K Ratings

8.2K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

A sophisticated and dangerous spy is on the loose, and it’s your job to track her down. As the suave Agent A, you’ll need to sort through clues, picking up objects and finding creative uses for them—like figuring out what you're supposed to do with fish bones and other odd items. Inside Ruby la Rouge’s chic manor, you’ll find plenty of hidden cupboards, secret buttons, and seemingly unsolvable mysteries. The game’s retro look makes them all as mesmerizing as its creative puzzles.

Skylar Summer ,

Mixed thoughts

Agent A was by far the most absorbing and intellectually stimulating game I’ve played on my phone. The puzzles are very well thought out and the developers of the game must have worked quite hard to make sure all the details worked together. The game has great graphics, so many scenes and is a thrill to play, especially since there is a short introduction to every chapter, and throughout the process Ruby La Rouge talks to Agent A at sudden intervals, which prompts a slightly unnerving impression that you are being watched.
My only disappointment was the abrupt ending that made the whole game seem a little less impressive and outstanding, since it was very quick and left a few loose ends. The previous chapters were solidly compiled with clear goals from beginning to end. Chapter five had missions, but the end made me wonder if there was something I missed. There were many reviewers complaining that chapter five wasn’t worth the wait, but I think the issue was mainly the ending that made the whole chapter feel fruitless since it didn’t lead up to a startling or climactic conclusion.
I really hope there is a second game to follow. The developers are so talented and have created something golden here. There is so much opportunity to take the story from here and make it into an entire adventure with multiple sequels! People will definitely appreciate and purchase it since it’s obvious this is a quality game.
Wishing you the best of luck!

Suzsho ,

Fun game and updated review

Update #2: sorry it took me so long.... we now have the option to start at the new chapter without replaying earlier ones. Thanks so much for listening, Developers! Five stars! Really fun game. Can't wait for chapter 5.

Update: chapter 3 was excellent fun! But please give us the option to start at the new chapter if we've already played the earlier chapters. More about this below. Thanks, Yak games! It's a great game and getting better with the new parts.

Lighthearted room escape type puzzle game. You're an agent searching the home of a spy in order to catch her. She has secret rooms, safes, codes, etc. the puzzles are fun.... not too difficult but still entertaining. I took off two stars for two reasons: it's quite short, and there's a very long lag time when moving from one room to another - it's sooooo slooooow - which definitely hinders the enjoyment of the game. Did anyone else have that problem? Developers: can you speed up the transition time? Other than that, a fun game that's short and sweet.... definitely worth the 99 cents.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that we had released an update a couple of months back allowing you to start at or replay any chapter in our brand new chapter select feature. Thanks for requesting the feature, we listened to everyones feedback. We hope you can revise your review to reflect the features in our game, we appreciate your support. Thank you =)

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Yak & co pty ltd
812 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.

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English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References


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