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Every second counts in this thrilling paranormal story! Lives are on the line as you race to keep a young boy with psychic abilities from falling into the hands of an evil politician.

You are a child protection officer who suspects that a boy with paranormal abilities is in an abusive situation.

To evade the henchman sent to kill you and kidnap the child, you'll have to find cleverly hidden objects and solve cunning puzzles using the boy's abilities to manipulate time and matter.

Each chapter in Paranormal Pursuit ends with a nail-biting escape sequence during which you must make the right choices to avoid capture.

Your courage will be rewarded with achievements and a host of unlockable content including a bonus adventure!

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What’s New

Version 1.0.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
515 Ratings

515 Ratings

blueflier ,

Protective services and little kids...not a very 'game-y' topic

I'm going to start right off and say that Alawar and Big Fish appear to have created a game that is close to flawless in fundamentals. No wait time between scenes, teleporting maps, puzzles and story lines that involve logic and not just guesswork. Good voice overs, cutscenes, graphics and dialogue. I've just done the trial, but also good to get out of snowy fairytale kingdoms and into modern times. But...but...but...

But (feel free to skip, it's why I'm not continuing and it is a "me" thing): I'm not comfortable with the premise of this game, and I won't be going past the trial. I don't like games or movies or any entertainer where children are being hunted or abused, and it bothers me more for some reason when it takes place in a somewhat contemporary setting. Some people are creeped out by rats, some by snakes...I guess this is my bug-a-bear. Some of you are probably easing your eyebrows....and yeah, I know, I know. Most of these stories have some kind of evil v good element. I guess, for me, a line was crossed in this one, as with a creepy school one a few games back. Maybe that last DK with the abusive lovers made me a little more aware of the storyline. End of rant.

I may have it wrong, there may be a spin in the story and it isn't what I think. I'll never know. But the game itself seems to tick all the boxes in terms of a good game. And kudos to the devs for originality, too. So 3 ⭐️⭐️⭐️.

buddha elf ,

good game, but has bugs

i enjoyed the concept, and the HOPS were great - but totally frustrated by some of the game play. the arrows moving you back and forth between scenes were poorly positioned and sometimes wouldn’t work, either placed right over an active site, or not responding at all, leaving you stuck in a room and trying to figure out how to return to another scene. sometimes i couldn’t select items. twice i was stuck in a HOP for over 15 minutes because the obvious next move wouldn’t work...and then it FINALLY did. slow response overall throughout game sporadically. like i said, i wanted to give this a higher score, because the game itself wasn’t bad...but the execution was maddening.

Daver88 ,

A few hints here

I like this game enough to have played it/them probably a dozen times. I like all the characters except for the FBI guy, who when help would be appreciated basically just stands there and looks clueless. The game does present some difficulties, but they can be overcome and/or worked around, and after playing the game a second or third time it surrenders its frustration level, without becoming stale.

One thing I learned early is when pressing a direction arrow with no result, try pressing nearby spots that are more in the desired direction. You soon find yourself remembering those spots. A biggie that stumped legions and generated much discussion on the Net was how to remove the lit candle from the anvil. None of the online suggestions worked for me, but I finally stumbled onto the solution by virtue of sheer obstinance: you have to press on the flame!

Once you’ve completed the “Pursuit” part there is an unlocked bonus game that is just as well conceived and seems to be as long too. However, I find it somewhat annoying because in place of cute little Kevin and pretty investigator Samantha (both of whom I like) we now have a bratty pre-teen girl, along with the same FBI guy Eric, who thankfully is more active and reasonable this time around.

The puzzles and how they’re worked into the two stories are what shine, in my opinion. The animation and color art are exceptional, too. A lot of fun, and you get two games for your money.

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