Being One: Infection
Being One: Infection Instructions
Being One: Infection is controlled by using the mouse. Use your mouse to interact with objects in the game. Click on the icon in the upper-right corner to access your inventory.
Being One: Infection Walkthrough
Being One: Infection is the fifth episode of the Being One series of adventure games. Being One: Infection continues the story where Being One: Moonrise left off and features improved graphics, a better-organized interface, and minigames that add variety to the gameplay.
Essentially, Being One: Infection is a point-and-click adventure game. As is always the case in this genre, keen observation and intuition will be your best friends. Being One: Infection deviates from the norm, however, by including minigames. These minigames take elements from various game genres such as shooting games and puzzle games. The inclusion of minigames makes the game fresh and potentially appealing to gamers that are not necessarily the biggest fans of the point-and-click genre.
For those of you that need a bit of help getting started, we will provide a short walkthrough. Being One: Infection begins with a minigame that puts you in control of a space capsule. Dodge the mines (or not; it seems that you can run into mines without being destroyed) and you will crash-land on a space station. Enter the station by clicking on the crashed capsule. Once you are able, click on the yellow arrow to exit radiation screening. After receiving a text message, you will have to complete another minigame. This minigame requires you to focus an image. Click and drag the vertical and horizontal bars until the image is focused, then exit.
You will now see a door labeled "Security". Open your inventory and draw your gun. Enter the door and prepare yourself for a high-tech game of Whack-a-Mole. Turrets will pop out of the walls, the ceiling, and the floor. It seems that you can take a lot of damage, so you will not have to worry about the turrets killing you. You will have to destroy them all in order to proceed, however. Once all of the guns have been destroyed, exit security. From here on out you are on your own. Good luck!
We've been waiting three years for this adventure game, now the wait is finally over. Unlike Duke Nukem Forever, Being One: Infection was well worth the wait! F you are a fan of the series or a fan of point-and-click adventure games, then you certainly won't want to miss this brilliant game!